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July 04, 2014, 12:24:16 AM
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MultiMiner rocks for Rockminers!


Anything specific that makes you say that?

I've been running mine on BFGminer, but they won't overclock to the promised 37GHs, they run comfortably along at 32GHs. Do you know if multiminer can get a little more out of them?
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July 04, 2014, 12:50:13 AM
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MultiMiner rocks for Rockminers!


Anything specific that makes you say that?

I've been running mine on BFGminer, but they won't overclock to the promised 37GHs, they run comfortably along at 32GHs. Do you know if multiminer can get a little more out of them?

I think there are a few MM users that are running OC settings with good results. I have yet to see 37 Gh/s out of mine even when they were running on CrazyGuy's cgminer.

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July 04, 2014, 05:01:48 AM
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MultiMiner rocks for Rockminers!


Anything specific that makes you say that?

I've been running mine on BFGminer, but they won't overclock to the promised 37GHs, they run comfortably along at 32GHs. Do you know if multiminer can get a little more out of them?

I think there are a few MM users that are running OC settings with good results. I have yet to see 37 Gh/s out of mine even when they were running on CrazyGuy's cgminer.

I range from 32 to 34 using  CC's cgminer  on btc guild.

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biggest problem is  the dc jacks are off sized as compared to gridseeds.  2.5 vs 2.1mm



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July 05, 2014, 07:26:05 PM
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MultiMiner rocks for Rockminers!


Anything specific that makes you say that?

I've been running mine on BFGminer, but they won't overclock to the promised 37GHs, they run comfortably along at 32GHs. Do you know if multiminer can get a little more out of them?

If you set them at 290 for the frequency, I get mine running around 35Gh/s comfortably and 2 running above average between 35.5 and 35.9.  I'm running them on 1 instance of cgminer 4.4.0 with 5 antminer U2's on the same instance.

As far as multiminer goes, it's a great program, but it's just a gui interface for BFGminer, so if you're running bfg, your running the same miner you would be using multiminer, without a windows interface.

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August 18, 2014, 08:36:52 AM
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I was actually wondering about this. I have yet to get mine above 34 (having to unplug and replug the power in to do so). I was wondering if perhaps using a slightly higher wattage might raise hashing speed to the promised 37ghs. When I purchased mine I was told the recommended 12V 5A was insufficient to power these and had a 12V 7A power supply suggested. Instead I opted for the 12V 6A.
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