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June 16, 2011, 09:37:33 PM
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I use the Phoenix Rising 1.3 GUI, and I'm mining two cards.  Both phoenix.exe processes in Task Manager are showing 25% CPU usage.  I don't have the greatest cooling system on my Q6600 so it runs hot under 50% constant load.  I don't think that GPU mining would use much CPU at all.  Is it possible that jedi95 is getting some free mining out of everyone using his client?
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AFAIK it's a bug that affects only some people. Why don't you try another miner?

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