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August 31, 2017, 09:05:12 PM

Didn't want to pollute the nvOC thread which is mostly filled with technical advice on the OS.

I have two 6 GPU EVGA GTX 1070 rigs running nvOC v19.

My settings are core 100 / memory 1000 / power limit 110.

I am getting 183 MH/sec @ 55 degrees. Works out to 30.5 MH per card. It is rock stable.

I have no idea if this is good or bad and if my settings are good? Seems the windows and Linux clock setting are way different.

What settings re you using and are my hash rates what I should expect? Seems my temps are really low and maybe I could be pushing them harder? 
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September 03, 2017, 09:26:37 AM


I just posted this post here:,

All the OC settings i seem to see relate to Windows and not linux and i can't work out the correlation.

I assume you are running Linux as your settings sound more more similar to mine? I am also running Linux

As per the post running:

136watt power
100-150 graphics clock offset (testing between a few different rigs)
1200 Transfer memory offset.

**Edit, should have mentioned i am getting 188MH/s. This setup is stable on two out of three of my rigs. Less so on the third. All running identical hardware.
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