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January 28, 2017, 05:43:31 PM
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Is anyone still mining with R9 290/R9 390? What coin are you mining, whats your hashrate/power consumption?
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January 29, 2017, 10:25:13 AM
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Is anyone still mining with R9 290/R9 390? What coin are you mining, whats your hashrate/power consumption?

hello Jdope

there are still many of our users using these kinda of cards, maybe it would be helpfull for you if you would come to our irc chat to get that kind of info.

your always welcome on irc on free node channel #pimp

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January 29, 2017, 10:51:23 AM
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I don't have any 290/390 but I have 280x and i'm currently mining ZEC. I think you should too
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January 29, 2017, 11:01:51 AM
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290 stock bios (elpida): 275h/s zec
290 stock bios (hynix): 290h/s zec, 27mh/s eth
290 stock bios, core oc (hynix): 29mh/s eth
290 w/390 bios (hynix): 330h/s zec

290x is almost the same h/s for zec, slightly faster for eth

only buy 290s if you can get them extremely cheap, or have free power. otherwise, 470s are better for eth, and nvidia are better for zec

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January 29, 2017, 12:37:49 PM
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I don't have any 290/390 but I have 280x and i'm currently mining ZEC. I think you should too

Whats your hashrate on it? and the power consumption?

 
290 stock bios (elpida): 275h/s zec
290 stock bios (hynix): 290h/s zec, 27mh/s eth
290 stock bios, core oc (hynix): 29mh/s eth
290 w/390 bios (hynix): 330h/s zec

290x is almost the same h/s for zec, slightly faster for eth

only buy 290s if you can get them extremely cheap, or have free power. otherwise, 470s are better for eth, and nvidia are better for zec

Do you happen to measure the power consumption?
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January 29, 2017, 02:40:54 PM
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390s are sweet GPU's, but power hungry.  with claymore on windows, you can get about 365sols for Zcash.  with claymore on ETH, you can get about 31.5mhs.  But some people overclock and add some juice, and get over 35...I've heard of 39 but i havent seen the power consumption (its exponential basically lol).  Mine run 1100/1500 @ 31.5 eth, or 365 sols, between 65-74c temp.  cant say the exact power consumption though im too lazy to check.
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