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February 22, 2017, 02:22:01 PM
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Hello, I don't understand one thing

HD 7990 - Tahiti memory - 30Mhs on eth
                                   - 45 on exp

(same with 7950)

Msi gaming Rx 470 - ellesmere memory - 20mhs on eth
                                                       - 20 mhs on exp

Is this difference caused because of the different memory or where is the problem?

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February 22, 2017, 02:39:31 PM
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Hello

Send me a private message with your skype or smth i think i can help u to fix that for rx 470 ( iam getting 29~ MHS RX 470 already ) using my modded bios
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February 22, 2017, 02:54:24 PM
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Hello

Send me a private message with your skype or smth i think i can help u to fix that for rx 470 ( iam getting 29~ MHS RX 470 already ) using my modded bios

thanks for the goodwill I can get 22.6mh/s without mod but it doesn't matter because we are going to change 470 for 480 soon, that was only an example... The problem is - why there is no hash difference between eth and exp mining, but when mining with 7990 there is big hashspeed difference 1.5x -1.7x more on exp

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February 22, 2017, 06:18:30 PM
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Hello

Send me a private message with your skype or smth i think i can help u to fix that for rx 470 ( iam getting 29~ MHS RX 470 already ) using my modded bios

thanks for the goodwill I can get 22.6mh/s without mod but it doesn't matter because we are going to change 470 for 480 soon, that was only an example... The problem is - why there is no hash difference between eth and exp mining, but when mining with 7990 there is big hashspeed difference 1.5x -1.7x more on exp

hmm, idk honestly, but why u're saying u're going to change rx 470 for 480 soon, i don't get the point ?
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February 22, 2017, 06:22:44 PM
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exp is some epoches  before compared to eth. this means that dag file is smalle fpr EXP leading to faster speeds on older cards.
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February 23, 2017, 12:08:17 AM
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exp is some epoches  before compared to eth. this means that dag file is smalle fpr EXP leading to faster speeds on older cards.

Oh, I see but do you know why only older cards?

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coz they have 3gb memory
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