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October 21, 2017, 11:30:29 AM
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i suppose xmr stack cpu gives u the highest hashrate.  im currently running amd ryzen 1700(no x version) on asus x370 pro  @3.850mhz stock air cooler. getting about 550h/s in claymore.hadnt time to oc better. should have configured xmr stack.
u know what is best about ryzen?  even if i put load on 8 real cores ,i have no drop in hashrate for any gpus. this is way beyond expectations as intels are the other way around.i dont know why mining ppl do not buy amd for their rigs. the mainboards northbridge chip is also cool at load.

tweak : just remember  to activate 'high performance' in power options of windows. if not, u will get about 350h/s
dont forget to enable 'lock pages in memory'  as well.

how about power usage ? is it stable when you are activating high performance ? need more info about this ryzen
want to build new ryzen rig, since im amd big fans hehehe

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October 21, 2017, 11:40:38 AM
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Just for info, I'm doing 1370 h/s XMR with XMR-STACK-CPU on a stock Threadripper 1950x.
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October 22, 2017, 01:26:31 AM
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i suppose xmr stack cpu gives u the highest hashrate.  im currently running amd ryzen 1700(no x version) on asus x370 pro  @3.850mhz stock air cooler. getting about 550h/s in claymore.hadnt time to oc better. should have configured xmr stack.
u know what is best about ryzen?  even if i put load on 8 real cores ,i have no drop in hashrate for any gpus. this is way beyond expectations as intels are the other way around.i dont know why mining ppl do not buy amd for their rigs. the mainboards northbridge chip is also cool at load.

tweak : just remember  to activate 'high performance' in power options of windows. if not, u will get about 350h/s
dont forget to enable 'lock pages in memory'  as well.

how about power usage ? is it stable when you are activating high performance ? need more info about this ryzen
want to build new ryzen rig, since im amd big fans hehehe

We have 5 Ryzen CPUs in my wife's small mining farm and 2 Ryzen CPUs in personal computers. They have all been CPU mining for several months at a minimum and we have never had a single issue with them. They are very stable and power consumption is quite reasonable if you don't overvolt them. Temperatures are lower then when running CPU benchmarks or stress tests too. Ie. mining has lower temps then running Cinebench etc...

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October 22, 2017, 01:48:09 AM
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i suppose xmr stack cpu gives u the highest hashrate.  im currently running amd ryzen 1700(no x version) on asus x370 pro  @3.850mhz stock air cooler. getting about 550h/s in claymore.hadnt time to oc better. should have configured xmr stack.
u know what is best about ryzen?  even if i put load on 8 real cores ,i have no drop in hashrate for any gpus. this is way beyond expectations as intels are the other way around.i dont know why mining ppl do not buy amd for their rigs. the mainboards northbridge chip is also cool at load.

tweak : just remember  to activate 'high performance' in power options of windows. if not, u will get about 350h/s
dont forget to enable 'lock pages in memory'  as well.

how about power usage ? is it stable when you are activating high performance ? need more info about this ryzen
want to build new ryzen rig, since im amd big fans hehehe

We have 5 Ryzen CPUs in my wife's small mining farm and 2 Ryzen CPUs in personal computers. They have all been CPU mining for several months at a minimum and we have never had a single issue with them. They are very stable and power consumption is quite reasonable if you don't overvolt them. Temperatures are lower then when running CPU benchmarks or stress tests too. Ie. mining has lower temps then running Cinebench etc...

what are u mining ? with rizen ? i tried bible pay but ryzen is terrible on that, way slower than I7
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October 22, 2017, 02:04:36 AM
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We have 5 Ryzen CPUs in my wife's small mining farm and 2 Ryzen CPUs in personal computers. They have all been CPU mining for several months at a minimum and we have never had a single issue with them. They are very stable and power consumption is quite reasonable if you don't overvolt them. Temperatures are lower then when running CPU benchmarks or stress tests too. Ie. mining has lower temps then running Cinebench etc...

Temps depend on the algo. Cryptonight and other memory hard algos run relatively cool.
If you want a hot algo try keccak. I'm particularly interested in the 1700. It comes
with a cooler and has a lower TDP, besides being cheaper than the 1700X. Do you OC?

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October 22, 2017, 02:32:52 AM
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i suppose xmr stack cpu gives u the highest hashrate.  im currently running amd ryzen 1700(no x version) on asus x370 pro  @3.850mhz stock air cooler. getting about 550h/s in claymore.hadnt time to oc better. should have configured xmr stack.
u know what is best about ryzen?  even if i put load on 8 real cores ,i have no drop in hashrate for any gpus. this is way beyond expectations as intels are the other way around.i dont know why mining ppl do not buy amd for their rigs. the mainboards northbridge chip is also cool at load.

tweak : just remember  to activate 'high performance' in power options of windows. if not, u will get about 350h/s
dont forget to enable 'lock pages in memory'  as well.

how about power usage ? is it stable when you are activating high performance ? need more info about this ryzen
want to build new ryzen rig, since im amd big fans hehehe

We have 5 Ryzen CPUs in my wife's small mining farm and 2 Ryzen CPUs in personal computers. They have all been CPU mining for several months at a minimum and we have never had a single issue with them. They are very stable and power consumption is quite reasonable if you don't overvolt them. Temperatures are lower then when running CPU benchmarks or stress tests too. Ie. mining has lower temps then running Cinebench etc...

i have a plan to build new computer with ryzen inside with the spec amd ryzen, mobo gigabyte ab350, ram 8 gb, hdd 1 tb. is it good to start mining? because i have another idea to add one graphic card inside so if i want to mining in anytime, i can start without having any problem. but it will cost too much because the graphic card is too expensive. for the cpu itself, it cost me almost $500. i am thinking to redesign the spec so it will go cheaper but the spec is good.

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October 22, 2017, 02:49:12 PM
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i suppose xmr stack cpu gives u the highest hashrate.  im currently running amd ryzen 1700(no x version) on asus x370 pro  @3.850mhz stock air cooler. getting about 550h/s in claymore xmr miner.hadnt time to oc better. should have configured xmr stack.
u know what is best about ryzen?  even if i put load on 8 real cores ,i have no drop in hashrate for any gpus. this is way beyond expectations as intels are the other way around.i dont know why mining ppl do not buy amd for their rigs. the mainboards northbridge chip is also cool at load.

tweak : just remember  to activate 'high performance' in power options of windows. if not, u will get about 350h/s
dont forget to enable 'lock pages in memory'  as well.

how about power usage ? is it stable when you are activating high performance ? need more info about this ryzen
want to build new ryzen rig, since im amd big fans hehehe
my hashrate was for 7 threads fro xmr. leaving one for when im typing here or something:d  
no that is ok.important fact is that CPUs do not age like GPUs so i order them to work. why not.
XMR STACK  has some sort of configurations like low power mode.  disabling threads .playing with them and removing some threads from mining does reduce power consumption to 80w. without a huge reduction in hashrate.
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October 22, 2017, 09:15:53 PM
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We have 5 Ryzen CPUs in my wife's small mining farm and 2 Ryzen CPUs in personal computers. They have all been CPU mining for several months at a minimum and we have never had a single issue with them. They are very stable and power consumption is quite reasonable if you don't overvolt them. Temperatures are lower then when running CPU benchmarks or stress tests too. Ie. mining has lower temps then running Cinebench etc...

Temps depend on the algo. Cryptonight and other memory hard algos run relatively cool.
If you want a hot algo try keccak. I'm particularly interested in the 1700. It comes
with a cooler and has a lower TDP, besides being cheaper than the 1700X. Do you OC?

Yeah, I bought the 1700X for my personal workstation/gaming rig when it first came out, but if I had to do it all over again I would have bought a 1700 instead and saved the money.  Both of them are overclocked at 4.0 on all 8 cores @ 1.425 vcore, but the 1700 runs at least 5-6c cooler under the same workload when compared to the 1700X. The 1700 is on a 120mm AIO cooler and the 1700X is on a 240mm AIO cooler but it's still hotter due to the higher power consumption.  For whatever reason the 1700X does ~2150 on AEON whereas the 1700 only does ~2070 at the same clocks and settings. I don't know if that's due to better silicone or different motherboards between the two PCs.

I don't think the Wraith cooler that comes with the 1700 would handle 1.425 vcore, but you could probably OC it to 3.8-3.9 on 1.35 vcore and it would handle that just fine.

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October 23, 2017, 12:50:40 AM
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We have 5 Ryzen CPUs in my wife's small mining farm and 2 Ryzen CPUs in personal computers. They have all been CPU mining for several months at a minimum and we have never had a single issue with them. They are very stable and power consumption is quite reasonable if you don't overvolt them. Temperatures are lower then when running CPU benchmarks or stress tests too. Ie. mining has lower temps then running Cinebench etc...

Temps depend on the algo. Cryptonight and other memory hard algos run relatively cool.
If you want a hot algo try keccak. I'm particularly interested in the 1700. It comes
with a cooler and has a lower TDP, besides being cheaper than the 1700X. Do you OC?

Yeah, I bought the 1700X for my personal workstation/gaming rig when it first came out, but if I had to do it all over again I would have bought a 1700 instead and saved the money.  Both of them are overclocked at 4.0 on all 8 cores @ 1.425 vcore, but the 1700 runs at least 5-6c cooler under the same workload when compared to the 1700X. The 1700 is on a 120mm AIO cooler and the 1700X is on a 240mm AIO cooler but it's still hotter due to the higher power consumption.  For whatever reason the 1700X does ~2150 on AEON whereas the 1700 only does ~2070 at the same clocks and settings. I don't know if that's due to better silicone or different motherboards between the two PCs.

I don't think the Wraith cooler that comes with the 1700 would handle 1.425 vcore, but you could probably OC it to 3.8-3.9 on 1.35 vcore and it would handle that just fine.

My guess for the performance variance Is something with the CPU. There has to be a cost for the significantly lower TDP. If it runs 5-6C cooler
at the same clock it must be doing less work.

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October 31, 2017, 01:26:38 AM
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I'm using the 1700 (non x) stock at 3.0 GHz. Using only 7 cores (following the 0,2,4,6,8,10,17) and I manage to get around 464 h/s while using other apps in the background. Very cool and quiet cpu.
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November 11, 2017, 11:51:27 PM
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Hi all
Can anyone make me a benchmark with Ryzen 7 1700 and Ryzen 5 CPU for hodl coin ?
This coin is for CPU only and is optimised for AVX2 instructions
The miner is on this adress http://hodl.optiminer.pl/  and for start benchmark create a *.bat file and write on it hodlminer.exe --benchmark
I would appreciate some printscreen if you can.
Thank's in advance !
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