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March 01, 2017, 09:27:39 PM
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Hey, 4x Opteron 6378 64cores 2,3GHz. Does anyone have experience how powerful these processors on mining? For example Monero?

Posible hash rate?

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March 02, 2017, 04:12:30 AM
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good question .. the pend with mobo u use etc . did this is worth ? build for monero

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March 02, 2017, 10:07:35 PM
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good question .. the pend with mobo u use etc . did this is worth ? build for monero

Yes exactly what I thought the price is quite reasonable and the 64 cores is not a few, and these versions of Opteron are pretty good.

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March 03, 2017, 10:28:21 AM
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2x 6174 opterton does 260hs @ 24 cores.  i was curious if i upgrade to 6276 x2=32 cores  would be better??
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March 03, 2017, 10:39:16 AM
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260h per core or overall?
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March 04, 2017, 12:38:11 AM
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260hs using all 24 cores
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March 04, 2017, 01:25:14 AM
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The opteron 6276's are expensive.
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March 07, 2017, 06:07:18 AM
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$29 usd is expensive??  well its used!!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/AMD-Opteron-6276-2-3GHz-Sixteen-Core-OS6276WKTGGGUWOF-Processor-/282333934278?_trksid=p2385738.m2548.l4275
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March 07, 2017, 07:11:39 AM
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Hey, 4x Opteron 6378 64cores 2,3GHz. Does anyone have experience how powerful these processors on mining? For example Monero?

Posible hash rate?

It's not worth it, I have a ton of 2x16core opteron which is 32 core or 32 threads hashing zcash at 15h/s compare to a rx480 at 290h/s. Monero is not much different.

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March 13, 2017, 04:34:37 AM
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I did not see that one, I did a quick search on ebay and the first few that popped up were way more than that.

And there are a few cheap 4 cpu mobo's on ebay, tho all with non pc power connections.
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November 06, 2017, 07:08:15 AM
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I know this is a pretty old thread, but it comes up in several related google searches so I figure it needs an answer. My server with 4x6378 running 40 threads for Monero mining does 2199.6 H/s average when idle (running Ubuntu 16.04, only does about 1800 H/s in Windows Server 2016 with same config file)

I didn't bother with any tweaks (other than huge pages and ulimit increase), I just run xmr-stak-cpu with config as full power on every odd core, then a low power thread on the 2nd, 10th, 18th, etc.

The 6100 line lacks hardware AES, which is why you got such garbage rates (that and 24 threads would have choked the CPU cache, those CPUs probably cap out at 5 threads each and drop after that). Four of the cheap 6276 from ebay would probably get around 1500 H/s in any recent linux or 1250 H/s in Windows server 2016.
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November 06, 2017, 07:59:34 AM
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i did a 32 core xeon cpu and 4 nvidia tesla 100v rentals @ AWS last night.   this is their newest and best instances and i was only getting just over 500/600 hs on the 32 cores using cryptonight algo.  its either an bad emulation of the 32 cores and or the 4 tesla 100v is causing high cpu usage??  
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November 06, 2017, 08:25:38 AM
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I have 4x Opteron 6276. The best hashrate I got was 2030 H/s using xmrig with 56 threads and set affinity to 0xFEFEFEFEFEFEFEFE.
But my server overheats after a while with that setting so I had to change to 32 threads and affinity 0x5555555555555555.
Then I got a stable hashrate of 1700 H/s. That is the best long term stable hashrate I have got.

You can check http://monerobenchmarks.info/
4X AMD OPTERON 6282 SE 1801 H/s -a crytonight -t 64

I actually got higer hashrate running 56 threads than with 64.
But my Power consumption is around 600W so I guess it is better using AMD Vega GPU which can give same hashrate but at much lower power.
Opteron 6300 series should use a Little bit lower Power but the performance should be similar as 6200 series.
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November 06, 2017, 01:32:10 PM
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Hey, 4x Opteron 6378 64cores 2,3GHz. Does anyone have experience how powerful these processors on mining? For example Monero?

Posible hash rate?

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January 20, 2018, 01:32:07 AM
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I know this is a pretty old thread, but it comes up in several related google searches so I figure it needs an answer. My server with 4x6378 running 40 threads for Monero mining does 2199.6 H/s average when idle (running Ubuntu 16.04, only does about 1800 H/s in Windows Server 2016 with same config file)

That is pretty awesome... I am looking through e-bay to see if I can dig some of these Opteron 6300 computers up =)

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January 20, 2018, 01:56:56 AM
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Okay yah I'm in... Ordered 9x systems with 4x Opteron 6380s per system.

Suggestions on the best / easiest way to install Linux on these ?

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January 22, 2018, 08:31:14 AM
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Okay yah I'm in... Ordered 9x systems with 4x Opteron 6380s per system.

Suggestions on the best / easiest way to install Linux on these ?


You install Linux just as on any other other computer, no difference.
I have a 4x Opteron 6276 server and had some trouble getting it stable because of heat.
Had to replace heat sinks and underclock a bit to make it run stable.

Keep in mind they are power hungry. 600 W per system is my guess.
Also very high sound level because of the cooling needed.
Still it is a good CPU miner for CPU-friendly algos.

Edit: And as I said above the Opteron 6200 series is almost as good as 6300 series opteron.
The 6300 series was much more expensive when I bought mine.
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January 22, 2018, 09:38:28 AM
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Hey, 4x Opteron 6378 64cores 2,3GHz. Does anyone have experience how powerful these processors on mining? For example Monero?

Posible hash rate?

Between 2000 and 2500

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January 23, 2018, 09:45:08 AM
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anyone having a list of parts for this build
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January 25, 2018, 01:33:24 PM
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I have 4x Opteron 6276. The best hashrate I got was 2030 H/s using xmrig with 56 threads and set affinity to 0xFEFEFEFEFEFEFEFE.
But my server overheats after a while with that setting so I had to change to 32 threads and affinity 0x5555555555555555.
Then I got a stable hashrate of 1700 H/s. That is the best long term stable hashrate I have got.

You can check http://monerobenchmarks.info/
4X AMD OPTERON 6282 SE 1801 H/s -a crytonight -t 64

I actually got higer hashrate running 56 threads than with 64.
But my Power consumption is around 600W so I guess it is better using AMD Vega GPU which can give same hashrate but at much lower power.
Opteron 6300 series should use a Little bit lower Power but the performance should be similar as 6200 series.

I just completed a server rig build with two motherboards. One with 4x 6276 and the other 4x 6376. I was hoping you might be able to answer a few questions.

1) Are you running Linux or Windows Server?

2) I tried the affinity settings you used for xmrig but only manage 140h/s. Do you mind sharing your full config file with me?

Any pointers or thoughts on your own troubleshooting to get the fastest hashrate is greatly appreciated.

Cheers!  Cheesy
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