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June 23, 2011, 02:47:10 AM
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How much does core clock speed affect variance from the averages posted on the wiki/bitminer.info? Say a 650MHz Radeon HD 5770 vs an 850MHz Radeon HD 5770?

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June 23, 2011, 03:01:29 AM
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Someone was kind enough to answer this for me on IRC, does anyone have a link to a calculator (or the formula) similar to the one he used? He's afk

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[19:46] <+redacted> nhodges,
[19:46] <+redacted> how does a 5770 w/ a core clock speed of 650MHz compare to one with 850MHz? much hashrate difference?
[19:46] <+redacted> let me check
[19:48] <+redacted> 143 @ 650 189@850 210@960

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