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July 22, 2011, 06:07:42 AM
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Watts   .   Mhps   .   Watts/Mhps   .   Mhps/Watt
530   .   800   .   0.663   .   1.509
433   .   780   .   0.555   .   1.801
439   .   800   .   0.549   .   1.822
300   .   723   .   0.415   .   2.410
520   .   800   .   0.650   .   1.538
820   .   1400   .   0.586   .   1.707
285   .   281   .   1.014   .   0.986
372   .   614   .   0.606   .   1.651
574   .   824   .   0.697   .   1.436
563   .   1135   .   0.496   .   2.016
800   .   1760   .   0.455   .   2.200
701   .   1200   .   0.584   .   1.712
785   .   1200   .   0.654   .   1.529
640   .   1268   .   0.505   .   1.981
....   .   Average:   .   0.602   .   1.736

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July 22, 2011, 06:23:20 AM
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Nice - making a table of it.
To make formatting better you can use code tags,
Code:
Watts .   Mhps   .  Watts/Mhps . Mhps/Watt
530   .   800   .   0.663   .   1.509
433   .   780   .   0.555   .   1.801
439   .   800   .   0.549   .   1.822
300   .   723   .   0.415   .   2.410
520   .   800   .   0.650   .   1.538
820   .   1400   .  0.586   .   1.707
285   .   281   .   1.014   .   0.986
372   .   614   .   0.606   .   1.651
574   .   824   .   0.697   .   1.436
563   .   1135   .  0.496   .   2.016
800   .   1760   .  0.455   .   2.200
701   .   1200   .  0.584   .   1.712
785   .   1200   .  0.654   .   1.529
640   .   1268   .  0.505   .   1.981
....   .  Average:  0.602   .   1.736
Though it's still a bit tricky as you need to adjust the spaces.
Also it might be nice to have a column referring to cfg., eg. 2x5830

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July 22, 2011, 06:27:42 AM
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Code:
Watts  Mhps    Watts/Mhps  Mhps/Watt
-----  ----    ----------  ---------
530     800    0.663       1.509
433     780    0.555       1.801
439     800    0.549       1.822
300     723    0.415       2.410
520     800    0.650       1.538
820    1400    0.586       1.707
285     281    1.014       0.986
372     614    0.606       1.651
574     824    0.697       1.436
563    1135    0.496       2.016
800    1760    0.455       2.200
701    1200    0.584       1.712
-----  ----    ----------  ---------
      Average: 0.606       1.732

Ah Frig the formatting debacle! Y'all can see what matters! 8^)

There. I fixed it.

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July 22, 2011, 06:42:35 AM
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Code:
Watts  Mhps    Watts/Mhps  Mhps/Watt
-----  ----    ----------  ---------
530     800    0.663       1.509
433     780    0.555       1.801
439     800    0.549       1.822
300     723    0.415       2.410
520     800    0.650       1.538
820    1400    0.586       1.707
285     281    1.014       0.986
372     614    0.606       1.651
574     824    0.697       1.436
563    1135    0.496       2.016
800    1760    0.455       2.200
701    1200    0.584       1.712
-----  ----    ----------  ---------
      Average: 0.606       1.732

Ah Frig the formatting debacle! Y'all can see what matters! 8^)

There. I fixed it.

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Thanks! Will work on specs, is hard enuf gleaning W & M from some of these guys. 8^)

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July 22, 2011, 07:01:19 AM
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Code:
Watts  Mhps    Watts/Mhps  Mhps/Watt
-----  ----    ----------  ---------
563    1135    0.496       2.016
800    1760    0.455       2.200
-----  ----    ----------  ---------

I'm curious of what those two setups are hardware wise.
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July 22, 2011, 07:08:57 AM
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Code:
Watts  Mhps    Watts/Mhps  Mhps/Watt
-----  ----    ----------  ---------
563    1135    0.496       2.016
800    1760    0.455       2.200
-----  ----    ----------  ---------

I'm curious of what those two setups are hardware wise.

Looking back in the thread they appear to be,

2x5870,1x5830 = 1135 @ 563
and
4x5870 = 1760 @ 800

I'm working towards a 4x5830 so these figures are looking good to me.
Seeing how good the 4x5870 power input is I may have been better going that route.

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July 22, 2011, 07:18:38 AM
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Here's an update of above with some rigs added.
I figure better I run through and match them up than to ask others...
Code:
Watts  Mhps    Watts/Mhps  Mhps/Watt  Rig
-----  ----    ----------  ---------  ----------
530     800    0.663       1.509      ? Fjordbit
433     780    0.555       1.801      ? Xephan
439     800    0.549       1.822      ? Xephan
300     723    0.415       2.410      2x5850
520     800    0.650       1.538      1x6990
820    1400    0.586       1.707      2x2x6950
285     281    1.014       0.986      1x6850
372     614    0.606       1.651      2x5830
574     824    0.697       1.436      2x5870
563    1135    0.496       2.016      2x5870,1x5830
800    1760    0.455       2.200      4x5870
701    1200    0.584       1.712      4x5830
-----  ----    ----------  ---------  ----------
      Average: 0.606       1.732


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July 22, 2011, 07:26:47 AM
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Here's an update of above with some rigs added.
I figure better I run through and match them up than to ask others...
Code:
Watts  Mhps    Watts/Mhps  Mhps/Watt  Rig
-----  ----    ----------  ---------  ----------
530     800    0.663       1.509      ? Fjordbit
433     780    0.555       1.801      1x5870, 1x5850 80+Silver PSU
439     800    0.549       1.822      1x5870, 1x5850 80+Silver PSU
300     723    0.415       2.410      ? teukon
520     800    0.650       1.538      1x6990
820    1400    0.586       1.707      2x2x6950
285     281    1.014       0.986      1x6850
372     614    0.606       1.651      2x5830
574     824    0.697       1.436      2x5870
563    1135    0.496       2.016      2x5870,1x5830
800    1760    0.455       2.200      4x5870
701    1200    0.584       1.712      4x5830
-----  ----    ----------  ---------  ----------
      Average: 0.606       1.732



Added in my hardware Smiley

And it's looking like the 5870 are better for the watt since I got my 1.822 ratio by clocking up the 5870 to reach 800MH/s for comparison.

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245W @ 444Mhash/s
HD5870

The Mhash per watt should get a bit better, once I get (if I get) my other card back from RMA. :q
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July 22, 2011, 08:25:11 AM
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Code:
Avg: 0.623 1.696
Watts Mhps W/Mhps Mhps/W Member Rig
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
530 800 0.663 1.509 Fjordbit ?
433 780 0.555 1.801 Xephan ? 1x5870, 1x5850 80+Silver PSU
439 800 0.549 1.822 Xephan ? 1x5870, 1x5850 80+Silver PSU
300 723 0.415 2.410 teukon xtra 4 good PSU & aftermarket coolers 4 two GC
520 800 0.650 1.538 "friend" 1x6990
820 1400 0.586 1.707 cicada 2x2x6950
530 540 0.981 1.019 cicada 2x5830
285 281 1.014 0.986 bmgjet 1x6850 OC@ 1010mhz, 530W PSU
372 614 0.606 1.651 mikeo 2x5830, OCZ EliteXstream 800W 80 Certified PSU
574 824 0.697 1.436 Yannick 2x5870
563 1135 0.496 2.016 piim 2x5870,1x5830, Corsair 750TX 750W
800 1760 0.455 2.200 CYPER 4x5870
701 1200 0.584 1.712 fitty 3x 6950 OCed to 905
785 1200 0.654 1.529 fitty 4x5830 OC 950
640 1268 0.505 1.981 Kermee 4x5830 at 998/300
245 444 0.552 1.812 being ?
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Avg: 0.623 1.696

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   Avg:   0.611   1.732      
Watts   Mhps   W/Mhps   Mhps/W   Member   Rig
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------               
530   800   0.663   1.509   Fjordbit   ?
433   780   0.555   1.801   Xephan   ? 1x5870, 1x5850 80+Silver PSU
439   800   0.549   1.822   Xephan   ? 1x5870, 1x5850 80+Silver PSU
300   723   0.415   2.410   teukon   xtra 4 good PSU & aftermarket coolers 4 two GC
520   800   0.650   1.538   "friend"   1x6990
820   1400   0.586   1.707   cicada   2x2x6950
530   540   0.981   1.019   cicada   2x5830
285   281   1.014   0.986   bmgjet   1x6850 OC@ 1010mhz, 530W PSU
372   614   0.606   1.651   mikeo   2x5830, OCZ EliteXstream 800W 80 Certified PSU
574   824   0.697   1.436   Yannick   2x5870
563   1135   0.496   2.016   piim   2x5870,1x5830, Corsair 750TX 750W
800   1760   0.455   2.200   CYPER   4x5870
701   1200   0.584   1.712   fitty   3x 6950 OCed to 905
785   1200   0.654   1.529   fitty   4x5830 OC 950
640   1268   0.505   1.981   Kermee   4x5830 at 998/300
650   1500   0.433   2.308   drgr33n   4x5850, OCZ ZX Series 1000W '80 Plus Gold' Modular Power Supply
245   444   0.552   1.812   being   ?
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------               
   Avg:   0.611   1.732      

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I'd leave my 540MH / 530W off the list, it's a poor example since my base system uses ~200W of that.  

Working on getting a third rig up and running to get those cards out of my server anyway, my UPS hates them!

[edit] This might do well on a wiki-style page somewhere like the HW comparison guide, so that no one person need feel like it's their job to keep it up to date.  That, and these numbers may change as posters realize their mh/w ratio sucks balls and work to improve it Wink

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1 X 5870
1 X 5970
450 watts at wall using a killowatt
No cdrom no hdd
1110 Mhash/sec
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I'd leave my 540MH / 530W off the list, it's a poor example since my base system uses ~200W of that.  

Working on getting a third rig up and running to get those cards out of my server anyway, my UPS hates them!

[edit] This might do well on a wiki-style page somewhere like the HW comparison guide, so that no one person need feel like it's their job to keep it up to date.  That, and these numbers may change as posters realize their mh/w ratio sucks balls and work to improve it Wink

I'll be glad to take the 530W/540MH off if you insist, but frankly this is not a race to only put in the best IMHO. I had hoped to have all types of measurements so people could really see the top, bottom and middle ground.

So far I really don't mind updating the google doc. Maybe at some point if wanted/needed I'll share it with a few others so a team keeps it updated.

In that spirit here's the public link to the spreadsheet:

https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?hl=en_US&hl=en_US&key=0AkBJ2-x_lf01dGxaSFRjS2p1ckV5YmotLXU2UDZNenc&output=html

I hope more of you put in details on your PSU as that seems to make a large difference.

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July 24, 2011, 02:02:26 AM
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Code:
Avg: 0.600 1.772
Watts Mhps W/Mhps Mhps/W Member Rig
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530 800 0.663 1.509 Fjordbit ?
433 780 0.555 1.801 Xephan ? 1x5870, 1x5850 80+Silver PSU
439 800 0.549 1.822 Xephan ? 1x5870, 1x5850 80+Silver PSU
300 723 0.415 2.410 teukon xtra 4 good PSU & aftermarket coolers 4 two GC
520 800 0.650 1.538 "friend" 1x6990
820 1400 0.586 1.707 cicada 2x2x6950
530 540 0.981 1.019 cicada "NOT JUST MINING, 2x5830, Corsair HX650 80+ Bronze 650W 'professional series'
"
285 281 1.014 0.986 bmgjet 1x6850 OC@ 1010mhz, 530W PSU
372 614 0.606 1.651 mikeo 2x5830, OCZ EliteXstream 800W 80 Certified PSU
574 824 0.697 1.436 Yannick 2x5870
563 1135 0.496 2.016 piim 2x5870,1x5830, Corsair 750TX 750W
800 1760 0.455 2.200 CYPER 4x5870, Corsair HX850
701 1200 0.584 1.712 fitty 3x 6950 OCed to 905
785 1200 0.654 1.529 fitty 4x5830 OC 950
640 1268 0.505 1.981 Kermee 4x5830 at 998/300
650 1500 0.433 2.308 drgr33n 4x5850, OCZ ZX Series 1000W '80 Plus Gold' Modular Power Supply
245 444 0.552 1.812 being ?
450 1110 0.405 2.467 max in montreal 1 X 5870, 1 X 5970, Antec earthwatts 750 PSU

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Avg: 0.600 1.772

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1 X 5870
1 X 5970
450 watts at wall using a killowatt
No cdrom no hdd
1110 Mhash/sec

Antec earthwatts 750 PSU
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1 X 5870
1 X 5970
450 watts at wall using a killowatt
No cdrom no hdd
1110 Mhash/sec

Antec earthwatts 750 PSU

Thank you Sir! May I have another? 8^)

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I'll be glad to take the 530W/540MH off if you insist, but frankly this is not a race to only put in the best IMHO. I had hoped to have all types of measurements so people could really see the top, bottom and middle ground.

That's understandable, you can go ahead and leave it in if you wish.  Perhaps there should be some context for the numbers added, but this could get really cumbersome.

For example, that 540MH / 530W setup is:

2x 5830's @ 270MH/card, clocks 875/1000mhz gpu/ram
6x 1TB HDDs (most are 'low power' versions)
1x Opteron 6128 ( 8 cores @ 2.0ghz each )
4x 4GB DDR3-1333 RAM
4x 120MM 2400+ RPM fans, 4x 60MM high-flow fans lined up in the card gap
Corsair HX650 80+ Bronze 650W 'professional series'

Certainly some highly-pertinent information can be gleaned from there, such as the ~200W for that base system, but doing so could quickly become really tedious Wink

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Certainly some highly-pertinent information can be gleaned from there, such as the ~200W for that base system, but doing so could quickly become really tedious Wink

In the spirit of keeping things as simple/readabel as possible I just added "NOT JUST MINING" to the front of your Rig descriotion.
 
Is that an apropriate "fix"?

I thought that putting the Member's name/handle would allow those who wanted more information the ability to go look up further details.

And again thanks to all for contributing such valuable data to allow us to glean some actual information. We now have 18 data points and that means to me that we are just starting to become "statistically significant". 8^)

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