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September 16, 2017, 11:05:46 PM
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Hey all !

My GPU rig is hashing eth @170 MH/s using ethminer on nanopool, when trying to activate dual mining using claymore i always get -10 MH/s per GPU, no matter what second coin i use ...

Is this decreased expected when dual mining ? or am i missing something ?
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September 16, 2017, 11:12:31 PM
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Using the '+' and '-' keys you can adjust the -dcri parameter intensity of the secondary coin until the ETH hashrate isn't affected. You can also adjust the -dcri intensity on a per-card basis. Once you find the right intensity, just use it in your command line option or configuration file.
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September 16, 2017, 11:24:38 PM
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Using the '+' and '-' keys you can adjust the -dcri parameter intensity of the secondary coin until the ETH hashrate isn't affected. You can also adjust the -dcri intensity on a per-card basis. Once you find the right intensity, just use it in your command line option or configuration file.
How to do it in ethos ?
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September 16, 2017, 11:46:00 PM
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Using the '+' and '-' keys you can adjust the -dcri parameter intensity of the secondary coin until the ETH hashrate isn't affected. You can also adjust the -dcri intensity on a per-card basis. Once you find the right intensity, just use it in your command line option or configuration file.
How to do it in ethos ?
add flag option -dcri xx (default dcri value 30)

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