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August 09, 2011, 04:32:04 AM
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If I were to mine with a 5970 then would I run 1 worker for both GPUs or is there any way to get them to run independently of each other?

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August 09, 2011, 04:38:22 AM
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If I were to mine with a 5970 then would I run 1 worker for both GPUs or is there any way to get them to run independently of each other?

Yes you can run 1 worker for both GPU's, or you can also separate them if you wish also just modify the script to use a different worker.
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August 09, 2011, 05:49:56 AM
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I always run 2 workers per dual gpu card. Makes spotting downtime a bit easier (though the dropped hashrate would indicate problems anyways).

ADAPTER=0/1 is the syntax in Phoenix, or if you use GUIminer on windows you can just select a core to mine with.

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