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February 28, 2017, 07:27:06 PM
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Hello, could somebody please share the hashrate for amd ryzen processor? Thanks

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February 28, 2017, 07:32:10 PM
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Im curious on this on for cryptonight.
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February 28, 2017, 08:21:25 PM
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Doesn't really matter. CPU mining will never be as profitable. Whatever hashrate new Ryzen processors are getting they will never hit ROI so there is no point in buying them with mining in mind, and if you want to mine from time to time there is no profit (just a few bucks)
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February 28, 2017, 08:23:59 PM
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Doesn't really matter. CPU mining will never be as profitable. Whatever hashrate new Ryzen processors are getting they will never hit ROI so there is no point in buying them with mining in mind, and if you want to mine from time to time there is no profit (just a few bucks)


lol.....this is biggest bulshit i ahve ever heard Cheesy
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February 28, 2017, 08:29:05 PM
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Doesn't really matter. CPU mining will never be as profitable. Whatever hashrate new Ryzen processors are getting they will never hit ROI so there is no point in buying them with mining in mind, and if you want to mine from time to time there is no profit (just a few bucks)


lol.....this is biggest bulshit i ahve ever heard Cheesy
okay if you are so smart (not really but...) chose  any CPU, any algorithm and calculate ROI time. You will see what actual hashrate are CPUs getting. Before you write something stupid please do some research beforehand you dumb fuck.
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February 28, 2017, 08:45:03 PM
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Doesn't really matter. CPU mining will never be as profitable. Whatever hashrate new Ryzen processors are getting they will never hit ROI so there is no point in buying them with mining in mind, and if you want to mine from time to time there is no profit (just a few bucks)

are you serious? do some research, it is true that cpu has lower roi but they will hit it... When zec was out the first 2 weeks were great for cpu miners + ryzen should have greater performance and consumption, I need some cpu to my rig, why not buy on which can earn me money?

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February 28, 2017, 08:58:46 PM
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Doesn't really matter. CPU mining will never be as profitable. Whatever hashrate new Ryzen processors are getting they will never hit ROI so there is no point in buying them with mining in mind, and if you want to mine from time to time there is no profit (just a few bucks)

are you serious? do some research, it is true that cpu has lower roi but they will hit it... When zec was out the first 2 weeks were great for cpu miners + ryzen should have greater performance and consumption, I need some cpu to my rig, why not buy on which can earn me money?
If you are right why are everyone using GPU over CPU now ? Difficulty is constantly increasing and with low CPU hashrate you will eventually be in a loss. Ryzen cannot earn you money. For that 350$ (1700) you can get almost RX 470 and for a few more bucks you can get another one. CPU mining is just a nonsense. I asked you something last time. Chose cpu and algo and please let us all know what is ROI time and then compare invested money with some GPU in same price range and then tell me CPU mining is any profitable.
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February 28, 2017, 10:20:24 PM
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Doesn't really matter. CPU mining will never be as profitable. Whatever hashrate new Ryzen processors are getting they will never hit ROI so there is no point in buying them with mining in mind, and if you want to mine from time to time there is no profit (just a few bucks)

are you serious? do some research, it is true that cpu has lower roi but they will hit it... When zec was out the first 2 weeks were great for cpu miners + ryzen should have greater performance and consumption, I need some cpu to my rig, why not buy on which can earn me money?
If you are right why are everyone using GPU over CPU now ? Difficulty is constantly increasing and with low CPU hashrate you will eventually be in a loss. Ryzen cannot earn you money. For that 350$ (1700) you can get almost RX 470 and for a few more bucks you can get another one. CPU mining is just a nonsense. I asked you something last time. Chose cpu and algo and please let us all know what is ROI time and then compare invested money with some GPU in same price range and then tell me CPU mining is any profitable.

Op didn't ask if it was profitable or not he asked the hashrate.

It its always possible to ROI if you have cheap electricity. Sure you cant compare a gpu with cpu but still highend cpu's can farm good specially at new coins with low diff.
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February 28, 2017, 10:34:14 PM
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Considering the Ryzen chips dont even come out for 2 more days I doubt you will find an answer right now.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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February 28, 2017, 10:54:19 PM
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Considering the Ryzen chips dont even come out for 2 more days I doubt you will find an answer right now.

nah, you can already buy them at least in my country - http://imgur.com/a/lobM2

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March 01, 2017, 01:48:56 AM
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Considering the Ryzen chips dont even come out for 2 more days I doubt you will find an answer right now.

nah, you can already buy them at least in my country - http://imgur.com/a/lobM2

Those must be preorders, or else more benchmarks would be posted besides a couple of low quality leaked screenshots and AMD sourced numbers.
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March 01, 2017, 03:25:28 AM
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If you needed a new CPU anyway, the 1700 might be good for monero. My 6800k does 350h/s, and the 1700 should do ~475 at a lower TDP.
But unless we have another Zcash situation where CPU is competitive with GPU in the beginning, it's a worse investment than a GPU. Not saying you won't ROI, but it's comparatively worse.

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March 01, 2017, 05:02:39 PM
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Doesn't really matter. CPU mining will never be as profitable. Whatever hashrate new Ryzen processors are getting they will never hit ROI so there is no point in buying them with mining in mind, and if you want to mine from time to time there is no profit (just a few bucks)

are you serious? do some research, it is true that cpu has lower roi but they will hit it... When zec was out the first 2 weeks were great for cpu miners + ryzen should have greater performance and consumption, I need some cpu to my rig, why not buy on which can earn me money?
If you are right why are everyone using GPU over CPU now ? Difficulty is constantly increasing and with low CPU hashrate you will eventually be in a loss. Ryzen cannot earn you money. For that 350$ (1700) you can get almost RX 470 and for a few more bucks you can get another one. CPU mining is just a nonsense. I asked you something last time. Chose cpu and algo and please let us all know what is ROI time and then compare invested money with some GPU in same price range and then tell me CPU mining is any profitable.

first of all you did not ask him but you asked me ... second : on cryptonight the cpu has more profitability than gpu , and there are still some coin mineable only by cpu. the problem with cpu is that for each cpu u need a motherboard and so on , making them very expensive for mining , but if you consider that for each cpu u can pair 6 gpus.... then you are gonna roi pretty fast...


just fyi : at the moment 2 opteron cpus are capable of pulling 900 h/s at less than 100w in monero. such cpu combo will cost around 150 Eur (like a graphic card) problem is that you can
stack up to 4 cpus in an opteron motherboard... and 4cpus mobo are blody expensive....

so CPU WILL HIT ROI , and CPU ARE , ACTUALLY , MORE PROFITABLE THAN GPU , they will just roi slower due to the bond , usually 1 cpu - 1 motherboard.
imagine make 1 rig and for each rig use only 1 videocard.....



here is 6 , SIX, stupid examples of coins that used to bring me not only roi with a cpu but also some serious profit (from oldest to newest )

1 ) BITCOIN (in 2009 was cpu minable only)
2 ) XPM
3 ) XMR
4 ) XMG
5 ) ZCASH
6 ) PASCAL

and this just coz i aint mined zcoin ........


not to mention  that MAGI (XMG ) is still cpu only , and there are more coins cpu only.... but better not to open the eyes to ignorant.... better leave them in the darkness...
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March 01, 2017, 07:35:11 PM
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just fyi : at the moment 2 opteron cpus are capable of pulling 900 h/s at less than 100w in monero. such cpu combo will cost around 150 Eur (like a graphic card) problem is that you can
stack up to 4 cpus in an opteron motherboard... and 4cpus mobo are blody expensive....

so CPU WILL HIT ROI , and CPU ARE , ACTUALLY , MORE PROFITABLE THAN GPU , they will just roi slower due to the bond , usually 1 cpu - 1 motherboard.
imagine make 1 rig and for each rig use only 1 videocard.....


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do you have more info about it please? is it opteron 6276? I think it can be possible to get motherboard for 2 cpu, but it will need at least 3 pcie slots for gpu... do you know what is the best combination of mobo+cpu

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March 01, 2017, 07:50:31 PM
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Doesn't really matter. CPU mining will never be as profitable. Whatever hashrate new Ryzen processors are getting they will never hit ROI so there is no point in buying them with mining in mind, and if you want to mine from time to time there is no profit (just a few bucks)

are you serious? do some research, it is true that cpu has lower roi but they will hit it... When zec was out the first 2 weeks were great for cpu miners + ryzen should have greater performance and consumption, I need some cpu to my rig, why not buy on which can earn me money?
If you are right why are everyone using GPU over CPU now ? Difficulty is constantly increasing and with low CPU hashrate you will eventually be in a loss. Ryzen cannot earn you money. For that 350$ (1700) you can get almost RX 470 and for a few more bucks you can get another one. CPU mining is just a nonsense. I asked you something last time. Chose cpu and algo and please let us all know what is ROI time and then compare invested money with some GPU in same price range and then tell me CPU mining is any profitable.

first of all you did not ask him but you asked me ... second : on cryptonight the cpu has more profitability than gpu , and there are still some coin mineable only by cpu. the problem with cpu is that for each cpu u need a motherboard and so on , making them very expensive for mining , but if you consider that for each cpu u can pair 6 gpus.... then you are gonna roi pretty fast...


just fyi : at the moment 2 opteron cpus are capable of pulling 900 h/s at less than 100w in monero. such cpu combo will cost around 150 Eur (like a graphic card) problem is that you can
stack up to 4 cpus in an opteron motherboard... and 4cpus mobo are blody expensive....

so CPU WILL HIT ROI , and CPU ARE , ACTUALLY , MORE PROFITABLE THAN GPU , they will just roi slower due to the bond , usually 1 cpu - 1 motherboard.
imagine make 1 rig and for each rig use only 1 videocard.....



here is 6 , SIX, stupid examples of coins that used to bring me not only roi with a cpu but also some serious profit (from oldest to newest )

1 ) BITCOIN (in 2009 was cpu minable only)
2 ) XPM
3 ) XMR
4 ) XMG
5 ) ZCASH
6 ) PASCAL

and this just coz i aint mined zcoin ........


not to mention  that MAGI (XMG ) is still cpu only , and there are more coins cpu only.... but better not to open the eyes to ignorant.... better leave them in the darkness...


yup those boards do cost a long time ago i had one that took two cpu the board cost me if remember right 300 bucks and that was a few years ago they are way more now ..
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March 01, 2017, 08:16:10 PM
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mobo - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Supermicro-H8DGi-F-Dual-Opteron-AMD-Slots-SR5690-Extended-ATX-Motherboard-/391677047878?hash=item5b31c57446:g:4tkAAOSwjDZYelPN
2x cpu - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AMD-Opteron-6276-16-Core-CPU-Processors-2-3GHz-16MB-OS6276WKTGGGU-/282358551444?hash=item41bde19394:g:8bsAAOSwCU1YoHfy
6x gpu

will it work?  Grin

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yeah that will do.
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March 01, 2017, 09:22:04 PM
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CPU's often have first dibs on new coins before good GPU miners are made. Getting early mining on a coin before it reaches top 100 is indeed profitable.
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March 02, 2017, 01:33:36 AM
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Two E5-2667 V3 ES 8 core cpu's running Wolfs GPU XMR miner average ~1150 H/s .

[19:26:35] New job at diff 100002
[19:26:35] Thread 2, (CPU): 35.40H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 20, (CPU): 37.13H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 33, (CPU): 34.98H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 28, (CPU): 35.34H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 11, (CPU): 35.95H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 4, (CPU): 36.18H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 31, (CPU): 38.17H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 25, (CPU): 36.45H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 21, (CPU): 36.10H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 26, (CPU): 35.24H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 23, (CPU): 35.04H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 17, (CPU): 35.13H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 19, (CPU): 35.69H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 22, (CPU): 34.83H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 9, (CPU): 36.44H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 5, (CPU): 35.91H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 15, (CPU): 35.49H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 18, (CPU): 35.82H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 24, (CPU): 35.23H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 30, (CPU): 34.75H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 10, (CPU): 35.69H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 8, (CPU): 36.04H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 32, (CPU): 35.52H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 12, (CPU): 34.56H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 29, (CPU): 35.68H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 27, (CPU): 37.30H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 7, (CPU): 35.57H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 13, (CPU): 35.18H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 16, (CPU): 35.43H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 6, (CPU): 34.81H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 3, (CPU): 33.71H/s
[19:26:35] Thread 14, (CPU): 37.04H/s


Yes cpu's can be viable.

EDIT: Added this from the Serve The Home forum Monero performance post.

"CPU Results (wolf's) Using (MB L3 cache/ 2) for threads
4x Intel Xeon E7-8870 V3 = 2600H/s (NB drops to 2000 over time)
2x Intel Xeon E5-2699 V4 = 1723H/s
1x Intel Xeon Phi 7210 = 602H/s (case to use nproc-1)
2x Intel Xeon E5-2698 V4 = 1572H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2698 V3 = 1463H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2690 V3 = 1100H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2667 V3 = 1090H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2658 V3 = 1050H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2650 V4 = 1047H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2650L V4 = 1031H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2683 V3 = 1014H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2680 V3 = 969H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2670 V3 = 969H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2628L V4 = 897H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2650L V3 = 874H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2630 V4 = 866H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2670 V1 = 829H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2650 V1 = 750H/s
2x Intel Xeon E5-2620 V1 = 480H/s
1x Intel Xeon D-1587 = 388H/s
1x Intel Xeon E5-2630L V3 = 334H/s
1x Intel Xeon D-1541 = 242H/s
1x Intel Xeon E3-1515M V5 = 240H/s
1x Intel Xeon D-1540 = 218H/s
1x Intel Xeon E3-1220 V3 = 186H/s (case to use either nproc/2 or nproc-1)
1x Intel Xeon E3-1245 V5 = 161H/s
1x Special CPU = 153H/s (case to use nproc)
1x Intel Atom C3338 = 77H/s (case to use nproc)
1x Intel Pentium D1508 = 47H/s (case to use nproc-1)
1x Intel Atom C2358 = 18H/s (use nproc)


ARM CPU Results (thanks Fractal)
ARM Cortex A7 (Odroid-C1) 5.9H/s (no AES)
ARM Cortex A53 (Odroid-C2) 7.2 H/s (no AES)
ARM Cortex A53 (Pine64) 12.5 H/s @ 4.1W (using AES instructions, thermal limited) 3H/W

GPU Results (ccminer)
1/4x GRID M40 GPU = 220H/s
1x GRID M40 GPU = 880H/s
1x NVIDIA GTX 1070 (ASUS STRIX) = 475H/s
1x NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB (ASUS dual fan) = 431H/s
1x NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB (EVGA ACX single fan) = 432H/s
1x NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti 4GB (PNY) = 297H/s
1x NVIDIA GTX 970 (ASUS STRIX) = 375H/s
1x NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti = 205 H/s (Fractal)
1x NVIDIA GRID K520 (AWS g2.2xlarge) = 164H/s
1x NVIDIA K80 (one of two GPUs AWS p2.xlarge) = 209H/s"




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March 02, 2017, 02:03:51 AM
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thanks for sharing it but aren't the opteron cpu better in price/hasharate

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