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August 28, 2011, 05:47:47 PM
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Hello everybody.  I'm new to the scene.

Using guiminer with an AMD FirePro V5700, v2.5 of the SDK and the latest drivers.  Averaging ~25 M/sec.  Does that sound about right to you guys?  I've looked around for flags to eek some more out of it.  Can't find much info on the FirePro cards.

GPU caps shows it as an OpenCl device.

Any suggestions?
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August 28, 2011, 11:45:42 PM
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25 Mhash could be right, I think I calculated that those chips would only ever be capable of 65 or 70 Mhash/sec based on the limited capabilities of the onboard GPU.
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August 28, 2011, 11:55:26 PM
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FirePro cards are more for running SolidWorks than Bitcoin mining... You can get some idea of where the 5700 should fall here - https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison .
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