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April 12, 2017, 04:42:33 AM
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GPU's MODEL NAME: MSI R7 370 Gaming 4G
VRAM: 4GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1175/1500
HASHRATE: 188-189 (miner reported)
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore's ZCash AMD GPU Miner v12.4
OS: ethOS 1.2.0 (Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS)

I'll update the 24hr hashrate as reported by the pool in a day or two.


24-hour hash rate at the pool is ~183

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April 12, 2017, 07:09:03 AM
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GPU's MODEL NAME: MSI R7950
VRAM: 3GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1020/625
Voltage: 1075
HASHRATE: 280 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore v12.4
OS: Windows 7 Pro
TEMP: 68ºC
POWER DRAW: ~150 W

GPU's MODEL NAME: Gygabyte 7950
VRAM: 3GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1173/1497
HASHRATE: 320 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore v12.4
OS: Windows 7 Pro
TEMP: 68ºC
POWER DRAW: ~180 W

Wow, pretty high numbers for 7950. grats
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April 12, 2017, 07:38:39 AM
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GPU's MODEL NAME: MSI R7950
VRAM: 3GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1020/625
Voltage: 1075
HASHRATE: 280 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore v12.4
OS: Windows 7 Pro
TEMP: 68ºC
POWER DRAW: ~150 W

GPU's MODEL NAME: Gygabyte 7950
VRAM: 3GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1173/1497
HASHRATE: 320 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore v12.4
OS: Windows 7 Pro
TEMP: 68ºC
POWER DRAW: ~180 W

Benchmarks added  Cool

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 12, 2017, 07:40:14 AM
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GPU's MODEL NAME: MSI R7 370 Gaming 4G
VRAM: 4GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1175/1500
HASHRATE: 188-189 (miner reported)
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore's ZCash AMD GPU Miner v12.4
OS: ethOS 1.2.0 (Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS)

I'll update the 24hr hashrate as reported by the pool in a day or two.


24-hour hash rate at the pool is ~183


Updated!

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 12, 2017, 08:27:28 AM
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Is it possible to enable sorting of the columns?
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April 12, 2017, 05:43:08 PM
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Is it possible to enable sorting of the columns?

Sure, currently working on website and will add a page with these features:

GPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only EVGA/NVIDIA benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only Intel benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

After I finish these features mentioned, I will work on search feature.


Edit: Features added on this website will later be added to monero website too.

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 13, 2017, 06:19:19 PM
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MY EVGA GTX 1060 in my gaming system seems to work pretty well for ZEC Smiley
These numbers are all from MSI Afterburner, and a kill-a-watt power meter.

Once the fan speed hits 50% or higher the noise becomes noticeable and annoying to me personally

Maximum Attack
GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 2113/9598
HASHRATE: ~345 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 82ºC
FAN SPEED: 100% (manual)
POWER DRAW: ~151 W
EFFICIENCY: ~2.20 Sol/W

Balanced mode
GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1936/9408
HASHRATE: ~315 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 69ºC
FAN SPEED: 47% (manual)
POWER DRAW: ~95 W
EFFICIENCY: ~3.32 Sol/W

Stock Performance

GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1911/7200
HASHRATE: ~297 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 82ºC
FAN SPEED: 45% (auto)
POWER DRAW: ~106 W
EFFICIENCY: ~2.80 Sol/W
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April 13, 2017, 11:06:51 PM
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MY EVGA GTX 1060 in my gaming system seems to work pretty well for ZEC Smiley
These numbers are all from MSI Afterburner, and a kill-a-watt power meter.

Once the fan speed hits 50% or higher the noise becomes noticeable and annoying to me personally

Maximum Attack
GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 2113/9598
HASHRATE: ~345 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 82ºC
FAN SPEED: 100% (manual)
POWER DRAW: ~151 W
EFFICIENCY: ~2.20 Sol/W

Balanced mode
GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1936/9408
HASHRATE: ~315 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 69ºC
FAN SPEED: 47% (manual)
POWER DRAW: ~95 W
EFFICIENCY: ~3.32 Sol/W

Stock Performance

GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1911/7200
HASHRATE: ~297 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 82ºC
FAN SPEED: 45% (auto)
POWER DRAW: ~106 W
EFFICIENCY: ~2.80 Sol/W
Best presented set of benchmarks yet. I think you've now set the standard  Cheesy

A 95 draw with 315 sol is quite something, impressed!
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April 13, 2017, 11:14:56 PM
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Is it possible to enable sorting of the columns?

Sure, currently working on website and will add a page with these features:

GPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only EVGA/NVIDIA benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only Intel benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

After I finish these features mentioned, I will work on search feature.


Edit: Features added on this website will later be added to monero website too.

An average price column for each card pulling from newegg, amazon and ebay buy now's with price displayed in USD would be a good addition after search.
Maybe think about adding sort option for miner column.
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April 13, 2017, 11:20:39 PM
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MY EVGA GTX 1060 in my gaming system seems to work pretty well for ZEC Smiley
These numbers are all from MSI Afterburner, and a kill-a-watt power meter.

Once the fan speed hits 50% or higher the noise becomes noticeable and annoying to me personally

Maximum Attack
GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 2113/9598
HASHRATE: ~345 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 82ºC
FAN SPEED: 100% (manual)
POWER DRAW: ~151 W
EFFICIENCY: ~2.20 Sol/W

Balanced mode
GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1936/9408
HASHRATE: ~315 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 69ºC
FAN SPEED: 47% (manual)
POWER DRAW: ~95 W
EFFICIENCY: ~3.32 Sol/W

Stock Performance

GPU's MODEL NAME: EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1911/7200
HASHRATE: ~297 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 10 Pro
TEMP: 82ºC
FAN SPEED: 45% (auto)
POWER DRAW: ~106 W
EFFICIENCY: ~2.80 Sol/W

Thanks, benchmarks added  Cool

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 14, 2017, 01:07:02 AM
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Is it possible to enable sorting of the columns?

Sure, currently working on website and will add a page with these features:

GPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only EVGA/NVIDIA benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only Intel benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

After I finish these features mentioned, I will work on search feature.


Edit: Features added on this website will later be added to monero website too.

An average price column for each card pulling from newegg, amazon and ebay buy now's with price displayed in USD would be a good addition after search.
Maybe think about adding sort option for miner column.

Sort benchmarks by mining software will be added to list.

Yet, i don't guarantee will add a price column. It is easier said than done and would require to be separate from main table, because of all work & data involved It'd require a scrapper that connects to those 3 websites: search, filter & separate used cards from new cards to average USD price and them be displayed on website & refreshed frequently due to price change from sellers without consuming too much resources from hosting. I'll keep this feature in mind but i don't assure it. 

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 14, 2017, 02:26:32 AM
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GPU's MODEL NAME: Zotac GTX 1060 6GB Mini


VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1924/4200  I think it is 8400 but it reads 4200
HASHRATE: ~308 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 7 Pro
TEMP: 67ºC
FAN SPEED: 67% (manual)
Power setting 75% TDP




I mine alt coins with https://simplemining.net...
I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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April 14, 2017, 05:49:21 AM
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GPU's MODEL NAME: Zotac GTX 1060 6GB Mini


VRAM: 6GB (Samsung)
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1924/4200  I think it is 8400 but it reads 4200
HASHRATE: ~308 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: EWBF 0.3.3b
OS: Windows 7 Pro
TEMP: 67ºC
FAN SPEED: 67% (manual)
Power setting 75% TDP





Thanks phil, just added your card to website.

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 17, 2017, 11:25:24 AM
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GPU's MODEL NAME: Club 3D R9 280X RoyalQueen
VRAM: 3GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1000/1500
VOLTAGE: 1.05V
HASHRATE: 290-295 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore v12.4
OS: Windows 7, Crimson 15.12
TEMP: 65ºC
FANS: 35-45%
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April 18, 2017, 04:54:13 AM
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GPU's MODEL NAME: Club 3D R9 280X RoyalQueen
VRAM: 3GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1000/1500
VOLTAGE: 1.05V
HASHRATE: 290-295 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore v12.4
OS: Windows 7, Crimson 15.12
TEMP: 65ºC
FANS: 35-45%
GPU's MODEL NAME: R9 280x Sapphire Dual X
VRAM: 3GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1020/1500
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK OC: 1070/1800
Voltage: 1200
HASHRATE: 310-330 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore v12.4
OS: Windows 10 pro Crimson 16.6
TEMP: 71ºC

GPU's MODEL NAME: R9 280x Sapphire Tri X
VRAM: 3GB
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1100/1500
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK OC: 1100/1570
Voltage: 1200
HASHRATE: 290-315 Sol/s
MINER SOFTWARE: Claymore v12.4
OS: Windows 10 pro Crimson 16.6
TEMP: 76ºC (lot of dust, normaly 70C° max)



Thanks, benchmarks added  Cool

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 18, 2017, 01:28:00 PM
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sorting will be nice.... or maybe you can decide to iframe on your page exel so anybody can sort or filter results.

ps. anybody has TITAN X Maxwell for zcash and know results?
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April 19, 2017, 04:34:24 AM
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sorting will be nice.... or maybe you can decide to iframe on your page exel so anybody can sort or filter results.


iframe are for those cases where a website is displayed within a website, and that's not the case here.

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 19, 2017, 04:38:05 AM
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Is it possible to enable sorting of the columns?

Sure, currently working on website and will add a page with these features:

GPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only EVGA/NVIDIA benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.


CPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only Intel benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.


After I finish these features mentioned, I will work on search feature.


Edit: Features added on this website will later be added to monero website too.


Website Updated, features mentioned some posts before are available here: http://zcashbenchmarks.byethost16.com/search.php

- Search feature is next, still under development.

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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April 19, 2017, 05:32:46 AM
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Does anybody have any numbers on 780Ti or Titan X Maxwell?

I get 295-310 for 280X@1099,
and almost 600H/s avg for Titan X Pascal (with bursts to 700+)
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April 20, 2017, 12:27:41 AM
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Three cards

Pull 616 at the kill-a-watt meter

Aorus 1080ti  716 h

About 68 power limit

Core 125
Vm.  300







Zotac 1080 ti. Fe 630 h.

Power 68
Core 125
Vm.  300

Zotac 1080 mini. 500 h

Power 72
Core 200
Vm.  350



Total 1846



Hi, Phil, any number with the Zotac 1080 when you push it hard at a higher TDP? Found some good deals for it, want to to whether it's good for replacing my 1070.

thanks a lot
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