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vpitcher07
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October 16, 2011, 07:31:46 PM
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Hey everyone!

I just learned about bitcoin and decided to give mining a go! I'm currently using a GTX 295 with an i7 860. What should my expected Mhash/S be? I understand that my card has 2 GPU's and I have one miner for each GPU. I'm currently getting around 52-55Mhash/S per GPU. Is this expected? I'm in Slush's pool and my rewards are simply not worth the amount of power I'm putting into it. Any help is appreciated!

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October 16, 2011, 08:44:02 PM
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Hey everyone!

I just learned about bitcoin and decided to give mining a go! I'm currently using a GTX 295 with an i7 860. What should my expected Mhash/S be? I understand that my card has 2 GPU's and I have one miner for each GPU. I'm currently getting around 52-55Mhash/S per GPU. Is this expected? I'm in Slush's pool and my rewards are simply not worth the amount of power I'm putting into it. Any help is appreciated!

It should be a little higher: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

But yes, most people are losing money by mining because price dropped.
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