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Author Topic: What's your Mhash/s? (Pissing contest here)  (Read 143313 times)
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March 05, 2013, 09:22:09 PM
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CPU mining on Ufasoft or CpuMiner on win7-64, intel i5-2500K:
8 or 5 Mhash with 2 threads
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March 05, 2013, 09:26:28 PM
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get  ~300 Mhash/s with my ASUS 6870 @ 1000MHz Core 900MHz Mem clock @ 63°C  70% fanspeed

I am a newbie here Smiley
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March 05, 2013, 09:37:18 PM
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Whats so good about the 10.4 driver? vs say 11.6
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March 05, 2013, 09:44:14 PM
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only gettin 84 mhash/s with my 5670
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March 05, 2013, 10:16:45 PM
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Running around 40Mh/s with my Laptop's GTX670M, and another 25-30Mh/s on my 9800GTX+.

Pooled mining from 50BTC because their PPS is niaccce.

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March 05, 2013, 11:08:15 PM
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Mining with 2x 7970 at about 1,3Ghash/s until they get unprofitable  Smiley

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March 06, 2013, 03:10:25 AM
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1x5770
2x 6950s
7x5850s
20x5830s

~10Ghs
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March 06, 2013, 06:48:59 AM
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Here's a picture of Rig 2, before I put it out in the shed.
https://twitter.com/relay_1/status/290159160987897858/photo/1

My total hashing power is 4.5 Gh/s
Rigs 1 and 2 have 1200w PSUs and use PCIe Risers, refer to the picture above, rigs 3 and 4 are just GPUs stuck in the boards.
I keep my rigs outside (I live in cold climate) for free cooling.  I don't mine for personal profit, just to break even on gear and electricity and make a little bit of $$ to power the 7 tor relays I operate in the EC2.  Anything extra goes back into gear or more relays.  

Rig 1,  ~1.6 Gh/s
2x5850     2x375 Mh/s
1x5830     270 Mh/s
1x6850     254 Mh/s
1x6950     366 Mh/s
adding a 5870 or another 5850 this week

Rig 2,  ~2000 Mh/s
2x5870     2x415 Mh/s
2x5850     2x375 Mh/s
1x6850     255 Mh/s
1x5770     200 Mh/s (on a good day)

Rig 3,  ~900   Mh/s
2x7870      2x450Mh/s

Rig 4, ~1 - 1.2 Gh/s
2x7950
(This rig is in the mail from newegg)

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March 06, 2013, 07:04:43 AM
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1x5770
2x 6950s
7x5850s
20x5830s

~10Ghs


What are your cards running at?  You seem to get better numbers than I do out of the same series cards.

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March 06, 2013, 12:02:52 PM
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18MH/s on my GPU, 2.3MH/s x4 on my CPU. Makes me wish I kept mining back in March, when the difficulty was WAY lower and I could actually mine! Looks like it's services only for me!   Cheesy

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March 06, 2013, 12:34:06 PM
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 I've got 4x 5830's cranking out about ~1200 Mhash/s
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March 06, 2013, 12:44:24 PM
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I currently took extra telecom cards here at my work with Stratix-II (EP2S90).  The cards cost me nothing, all I had to do is go through the hardware specs of the cards (all available since we designed those!) and wrap it with some custom hardware (which do cost something, but nowhere near buying the FPGA), custom FPGA code and a custom miner.   I currently have 13 cards running at 170MH/s per FPGA, so total is 2200MH/s @ approx. 450W.  At current difficulty it pops out a Bitcoin worth every 4 days (last week it was 1 BTC per 3 days...  damn difficulty raising Grin).  It also heat up our house a little bit Smiley but electricity is cheap here in Quebec (around 7.5cents/KWh).  Total investment is around 500~600$ and it already paid out.

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March 06, 2013, 12:45:52 PM
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CPU mining on Ufasoft or CpuMiner on win7-64, intel i5-2500K:
8 or 5 Mhash with 2 threads

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March 06, 2013, 12:58:52 PM
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Whats so good about the 10.4 driver? vs say 11.6
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March 06, 2013, 01:38:07 PM
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only gettin 84 mhash/s with my 5670

business boss Smiley
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March 06, 2013, 01:48:23 PM
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3x 5850 about 1100 MH/s

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March 06, 2013, 02:09:23 PM
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Using 5870 for my main mining and it hovers around 250-300 m/hash

Using a 4850 as a backup miner and it gets around 75 m/hash

Just using pooled mining because I don't know anything else.
going to get another 5870 next week, maybe a 3rd one too.

hello all Smiley
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March 06, 2013, 02:27:04 PM
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Single 5850 and 285MH/s on the average.

In fact I'd like to know how to squeeze maximum out of it. I use phoenix with phatk, but I'm not sure if I've configured it correctly.

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March 06, 2013, 02:49:29 PM
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1x5770
2x 6950s
7x5850s
20x5830s

~10Ghs


What are your cards running at?  You seem to get better numbers than I do out of the same series cards.

310 5830s
380 5850s
750 6990s
240 5770

heavy overclocks.
i have the some gigabyte cards which run best with direct air from the top cooling those copper heat pipes. they run in the 50c range at 65% fan
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March 06, 2013, 03:06:20 PM
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Well, the cheap Powercolor 4650 card in my PC topped out at a whopping 27.1 Mh/s. That's with Windows 7 set for best performance, and the GPU and RAM at max in ATI Catalyst. Then I turned it down so the card doesn't fry.

Despite my incredibly low hashing speed, I've got 39 shares on BTC Guild. So at least that's working.

Now that I've figured out basic mining... might as well build a rig with some real cards. Until it becomes a financial loss to pay for the electricity, screw the calculators! This is fun.
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