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mackminer
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December 15, 2011, 10:36:13 AM
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Hi
I'm running cgminer with quite a few gpus. I want to tweak and monitor performance of each gpu at a time so I can fine tune them. Cgminer just offers average has hashrate for all. (6 gpus per client)

Can I do this or is there another way I shud go about it? The average per gpu jumps around too much for my liking.

Thank you.

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December 15, 2011, 10:51:52 AM
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You sure? Highlighted numbers are average per card AFAIK:


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December 15, 2011, 11:02:28 AM
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Yes but mine is constantly jumping around with very large variability . Is yours more stable?  Upon further research I see a post where someone has mentioned switching to overclock makes the average more stable (6990) - ill test that out tho I wud prefer to keep it at 375W so I can predict electricity usage. In the meantime the average rate per gpu jumps around so much its ikpossible to gauge whether ur getting a small increase in hashing power.

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December 15, 2011, 11:38:16 AM
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The left figure (458.0) fluctuates a bit, I think its a 5s average; the right one that I highlighted (456.6), doesnt change at all (after running for a while). I think that is the average since starting the app?

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