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March 29, 2012, 03:54:59 AM
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May 15, 2012, 09:43:25 AM
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July 08, 2012, 03:17:26 PM
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I just got a Sapphire HD7850 to go into my new build and was wondering if there are any flags to go with GUI miner yet. The rest of my spec are i7 3770, 8GB memory, and a 60GB SSD for my operating system backed up with a 500GB HDD for storage. Smiley
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July 08, 2012, 06:51:47 PM
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I just got a Sapphire HD7850 to go into my new build and was wondering if there are any flags to go with GUI miner yet. The rest of my spec are i7 3770, 8GB memory, and a 60GB SSD for my operating system backed up with a 500GB HDD for storage. Smiley

Don't use GUI Miner.  Instead use CGMiner or DiabloMiner.

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July 09, 2012, 02:25:53 PM
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WHta is wrong with GUI miner? I have used it for over a year and it has served me well so far. It also is giving me 308mh/s at present with my new card. With extra flags it used to give me 207mh/s on my old hd 6770 which was very good for that card, my son has that one now. Do the other miners offer better than what I presently get? This is why I was looking for extra flags to push the hash rate up. Thank you for your reply and any further info you can share. Smiley
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July 09, 2012, 02:38:40 PM
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WHta is wrong with GUI miner? I have used it for over a year and it has served me well so far. It also is giving me 308mh/s at present with my new card. With extra flags it used to give me 207mh/s on my old hd 6770 which was very good for that card, my son has that one now. Do the other miners offer better than what I presently get? This is why I was looking for extra flags to push the hash rate up. Thank you for your reply and any further info you can share. Smiley
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July 12, 2012, 04:17:39 AM
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WHta is wrong with GUI miner? I have used it for over a year and it has served me well so far. It also is giving me 308mh/s at present with my new card. With extra flags it used to give me 207mh/s on my old hd 6770 which was very good for that card, my son has that one now. Do the other miners offer better than what I presently get? This is why I was looking for extra flags to push the hash rate up. Thank you for your reply and any further info you can share. Smiley
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GUIMiner is just a frontend. It's not a miner. You can plug in the kernel you want (diakgcn/phatk2/opencl/etc) with the miner you want (poclbm/phoenix/etc) and have the same performance as the more popular miners. Some people just don't want all the bells and whistles and stick to what works. Why fix it if it ain't broken?

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