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August 02, 2011, 03:23:26 AM
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So I want to give this a shot, theres sooooo much stuff here. I read a lot of guides. Was hoping anyone with a 5770 can chime in (Hawx Edition). What is the most optimized setup for a single 5770? I don't want to pool, just solo mine.

Would I be able to throw in a 4770 as well and mine with both?

GUI version would be nice, however I can work command line if that would be more efficient. Running Windows 7 32bit with AMD 11.7 drivers. Any help is greatly appreciated, I already read a lot of guides. I just want to find one tailored to a 5770 for best performance.
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August 02, 2011, 03:32:07 AM
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No, you don't want to solo mine with 1 5770 (or 10). You may think you do but you really don't.
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August 02, 2011, 03:37:25 AM
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Yes, this is the first thing you should know about your card - it is not suitable for solo mining. Maybe if you had 100 of them...
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August 02, 2011, 03:39:50 AM
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deffinately dont do solo its a waste of time unless you have lik 15ghash/s.
you can hook up both carrd but the 4770 would only get like 20mhash/s or something
the setup i have my 5770 hawk is 950core/300mem with flags -v -w256 -f0 get around 220mh/s

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August 02, 2011, 05:02:46 AM
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So I want to give this a shot, theres sooooo much stuff here. I read a lot of guides. Was hoping anyone with a 5770 can chime in (Hawx Edition). What is the most optimized setup for a single 5770? I don't want to pool, just solo mine.

Would I be able to throw in a 4770 as well and mine with both?

GUI version would be nice, however I can work command line if that would be more efficient. Running Windows 7 32bit with AMD 11.7 drivers. Any help is greatly appreciated, I already read a lot of guides. I just want to find one tailored to a 5770 for best performance.

Guminer to slush or deepbit for the 5770,

I doubt as if 4770 will do anything much, but test it, if more than 50Mhs then run it too.

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August 02, 2011, 05:35:37 AM
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Don't go solo.

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August 02, 2011, 05:45:13 AM
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So I want to give this a shot, theres sooooo much stuff here. I read a lot of guides. Was hoping anyone with a 5770 can chime in (Hawx Edition). What is the most optimized setup for a single 5770? I don't want to pool, just solo mine.

Would I be able to throw in a 4770 as well and mine with both?

GUI version would be nice, however I can work command line if that would be more efficient. Running Windows 7 32bit with AMD 11.7 drivers. Any help is greatly appreciated, I already read a lot of guides. I just want to find one tailored to a 5770 for best performance.

Guminer to slush or deepbit for the 5770,

I doubt as if 4770 will do anything much, but test it, if more than 50Mhs then run it too.

Best of luck!





It defs won't be more than 50, i have a 5470 i used to mine with and it only got 16mh/s.
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August 02, 2011, 05:56:02 AM
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It defs won't be more than 50, i have a 5470 i used to mine with and it only got 16mh/s.

You're probably right, but it's at least worth a test. I would.

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August 02, 2011, 07:01:35 AM
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It defs won't be more than 50, i have a 5470 i used to mine with and it only got 16mh/s.

You're probably right, but it's at least worth a test. I would.
yea when i used my 4650 it only got between 7mh to 15mh

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August 02, 2011, 08:08:23 AM
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Welcome! Grin

Like other said, solo mining is a big waste of time until you haven't a lot of power (with 15 GH/s you will take 1 week in average to find a block and get a reward).

I propose you the BitMinter pool with a nice dedicated miner perfect for beginning without headache and a lot of command line miners and parameters Wink
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August 02, 2011, 12:03:40 PM
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You guys have convinced me. Pool mining it is. Best way to get the most out of my 5770 without overclocking (yet)?
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August 03, 2011, 08:56:16 PM
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https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=857670.0 GAWminers and associated things are not to be trusted, Especially the "mineral" exchange
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August 04, 2011, 12:13:45 AM
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New here myself currently using 6950 reflashed with 6970 fw getting 350 Mhash/s Solo or pool? any optimization flags I could use to get it a bit higher? using guiminer opencl
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August 04, 2011, 12:36:23 AM
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New here myself currently using 6950 reflashed with 6970 fw getting 350 Mhash/s Solo or pool? any optimization flags I could use to get it a bit higher? using guiminer opencl

Pool

6970 averages 323 so you are doing great IMHO

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August 04, 2011, 01:03:02 AM
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New here myself currently using 6950 reflashed with 6970 fw getting 350 Mhash/s Solo or pool? any optimization flags I could use to get it a bit higher? using guiminer opencl

Pool

6970 averages 323 so you are doing great IMHO


Thanks  Grin
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August 04, 2011, 04:40:33 AM
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Pool

avoid solo esp with your hardware.
solo would be a colossal waste of time
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August 04, 2011, 02:18:09 PM
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added -v -w128  to the flag dialouge box and seeing 390 Mhash/s latest amd drivers and amd sdk 2.4 could anyone tell me an average time it would take to make 1 BTC from a pool I worked it out at around 200 rounds?

To the OP sorry to hijack your thread dude its not intentional and I hope any information I am getting is helping you out also  Grin
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August 04, 2011, 02:24:04 PM
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added -v -w128  to the flag dialouge box and seeing 390 Mhash/s latest amd drivers and amd sdk 2.4 could anyone tell me an average time it would take to make 1 BTC from a pool I worked it out at around 200 rounds?

To the OP sorry to hijack your thread dude its not intentional and I hope any information I am getting is helping you out also  Grin

"You will average 1 BTC every 4days 19hrs 33mins 35secs at 390 Mh/s with current difficulty 1888787"
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August 04, 2011, 02:33:15 PM
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added -v -w128  to the flag dialouge box and seeing 390 Mhash/s latest amd drivers and amd sdk 2.4 could anyone tell me an average time it would take to make 1 BTC from a pool I worked it out at around 200 rounds?

To the OP sorry to hijack your thread dude its not intentional and I hope any information I am getting is helping you out also  Grin

"You will average 1 BTC every 4days 19hrs 33mins 35secs at 390 Mh/s with current difficulty 1888787"

Thank you looks like Aion will be taking a backseat for a while atleast until I can sort a dedicated mining rig  Wink
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