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September 13, 2018, 02:08:14 AM
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I have a question ...

i Have a rig with only 8gpu on it .. still have 4 slot empty .. can i had 4x Acorn CLE 101 on the empty slot and get 60% more hashrate on ethash with my rx 580 8gb ? or 1 maximum by rig ?
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September 13, 2018, 04:32:22 AM
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I have a question ...

i Have a rig with only 8gpu on it .. still have 4 slot empty .. can i had 4x Acorn CLE 101 on the empty slot and get 60% more hashrate on ethash with my rx 580 8gb ? or 1 maximum by rig ?


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Edit you need a m.2 slot not a pcie slot.

The m.2 slot needs 16 lanes not 4.

If you use a pcie slot you need an adapter to fit the acorn.

And the slot must support 16 lanes.

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