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July 27, 2013, 05:40:13 PM
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Hello, i just bought this unit, installed Easyminer, started the unit, temp is 55C .
I noticed 2 weird things :
- easyminer reports a mining speed of max 3.5GH, but in BTCguild i see the real speed,
53,295.77 MH/s;
- speed wont go upper than 53-55GH;

Is there any way to see if i have a broken unit or i just have a 50GH one mining at 53 ?


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July 27, 2013, 06:49:25 PM
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I know it was mentioned in a previous thread, but AFAIKnew the 60GHs never actually existed. Or they did, and they didn't give you nice enough binned chips.

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Try using a different software, ie latest version of bfgminer, and see if you get different numbers.
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