Thanks for the congrats
, cheers for that info
I used the flag you're using (-v -w 128) that bumped me up to 765MH/s. I'm at 900MHz core overclock without the voltage mod and think i'll leave it at that for now.
I bought my cards for gaming so anything i make back is a bonus! They're really the cheaper 6950 cards too, but i've flashed there BIOS' with a 6970 BIOS, which literally turns these cards into a pair of 6970's as they use the exact same GPU. I think they're definitely the best cards to go for with mining (or gaming), as you save money going the flashing route and get the same speed as a real 6970 which is the fastest GPU for mining.
, am i missing something here?? Because you can easily disable CrossFire on Windows and have always been able to. But whether it's enabled or not is not making any difference, and i can still assign a miner to each GPU even with crossfire enabled. It looks as if i'm doing atleast
as well as Linux users with the same GPU's as me.
Plus on Windows theres loads of software and custom drivers to tweak my cards which isn't available on Linux, maybe theres some Linux alternatives, but not as many... i also game and work on Windows, which i've tried to do on Linux before but most isn't possible for me or simply doesn't work as well when it is possible (AMD and Nvidia Linux drivers are buggy, perform worse, lack features...).