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December 05, 2015, 10:09:58 AM
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Does anyone use Fury, Fury X or Nano card?
How much CPD we can get from those cards?

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December 05, 2015, 10:25:20 AM
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Does anyone use Fury, Fury X or Nano card?
How much CPD we can get from those cards?



I tried R9 Nano via this miner ~ 9.5 - 10 CPD.

With Claymore it doesn't mine, tried different Opencls. I thinks it's because he abandoned his project and don't update his miner anymore
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December 07, 2015, 08:58:50 AM
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Does anyone use Fury, Fury X or Nano card?
How much CPD we can get from those cards?



I tried R9 Nano via this miner ~ 9.5 - 10 CPD.

With Claymore it doesn't mine, tried different Opencls. I thinks it's because he abandoned his project and don't update his miner anymore
Thats one very expensive card for 280x performance heh.
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December 08, 2015, 08:53:38 AM
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).
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December 09, 2015, 02:39:27 PM
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v
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December 11, 2015, 06:21:03 AM
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?
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December 11, 2015, 08:03:41 AM
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?

I don't have R7. And my results was obtained with Claymore miner.
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December 11, 2015, 08:14:39 AM
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?

I don't have R7. And my results was obtained with Claymore miner.
Hi - Yes it is supported.
I mine with such card R7 260X and it gave me about 3,4 CPD
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December 11, 2015, 09:20:46 AM
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?

I don't have R7. And my results was obtained with Claymore miner.

Hi - Yes it is supported.
I mine with such card R7 260X and it gave me about 3,4 CPD

gollumist, qqqq, thank you for your answers!
hmm.. 3.4 CPD is very small. I thought that it would be the same as hd7850 (4.7 CPD).

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December 11, 2015, 09:28:42 AM
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gollumist, qqqq, thank you for your answers!
hmm.. 3.4 CPD is very small. I thought that it would be the same as hd7850 (4.7 CPD).



Yes it is small - normally R7 260X is 1/3 of R9 280X. I try it for a lot of algorithms X11, X13, Eterum and gives around 1/3.  Only for quark gives a little bit more than 1/3 of R9 280X
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December 11, 2015, 09:50:50 AM
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Yes it is small - normally R7 260X is 1/3 of R9 280X. I try it for a lot of algorithms X11, X13, Eterum and gives around 1/3.  Only for quark gives a little bit more than 1/3 of R9 280X

I am trying to compare the characteristics of some cards, but do not understand what is crucial. Core frequency? At the moment I only understood that the frequency of memory and amount of memory are not very important.
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December 28, 2015, 01:48:48 PM
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January 12, 2016, 06:32:31 AM
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?

I don't have R7. And my results was obtained with Claymore miner.

Hi - Yes it is supported.
I mine with such card R7 260X and it gave me about 3,4 CPD

gollumist, qqqq, thank you for your answers!
hmm.. 3.4 CPD is very small. I thought that it would be the same as hd7850 (4.7 CPD).



The 260X is effectively a 7790 (Bonaire core) with 892SP and only a 128bit bus.

OTOH, the 265 is a what amounts to a 7830, or R9 270LE.  It is a Pitcairn class chip with a 256bit bus and 1024SP.  Frankly put, the 265 has no business being labeled as a R7 class chip and/or in 26x nomenclature. 

If you think back to the 5xxx series, the 265 is pretty much the 5830 where your R7 260/260X chips are the 5750/5770 and your R9 270/270Xs are the 5850/5870.

So, your results are inline with expectations given the 265's bump in hardware resources over the 260X.
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February 10, 2016, 07:32:19 PM
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Asus R9 290x mine 13.5 CPD why?
GPU 1050
MEM 1350
powertune+50

GPU 1000
MEM 1250 give me 12-12.5 CPD
powertune+50

Data:
miner 9.4.1
win 8 cat 14.4 (amd-catalyst-14.4-64bit-win8.1-win8-win7-whql-aug)

conf
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onCrash = "0";
cpuload = "1";
target = "10";
sieveSize = "420";
weaveDepth = "40960";
width = "20";
devices =        ["1", "1", "1", "1", "1"];
sieveprimorial = ["13", "13", "13", "13", "13"];
sievePerRound = ["5", "5", "5", "5", "5"];
...

Any advice?

p.s. memory elpida
and MSI afterburn show GPU load like (100%-96%-100%) -----------_---------


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March 09, 2016, 03:37:35 AM
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Did anyone had block transfer from 3/6?
I can't get any XPM now.
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March 14, 2016, 06:24:46 AM
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Hello, dear xpm-miners!
Anybody can share with experience of using R9 380, 380x? What CPD can be expected?
Thank you!
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March 14, 2016, 11:52:58 AM
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Nice one, thanks for sharing and building this! I'm going to try it now!
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March 23, 2016, 06:51:05 PM
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Hello, dear xpm-miners!
Anybody can share with experience of using R9 380, 380x? What CPD can be expected?
Thank you!

R9 380 (GPU 1000MHz, mem 1500MHz) 6 cpd

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March 24, 2016, 12:46:50 PM
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Hello, dear xpm-miners!
Anybody can share with experience of using R9 380, 380x? What CPD can be expected?
Thank you!
R9 380 (GPU 1000MHz, mem 1500MHz) 6 cpd
abrgeza, thank you so much for your answer!
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March 28, 2016, 09:23:03 AM
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Yes it is small - normally R7 260X is 1/3 of R9 280X. I try it for a lot of algorithms X11, X13, Eterum and gives around 1/3.  Only for quark gives a little bit more than 1/3 of R9 280X

I am trying to compare the characteristics of some cards, but do not understand what is crucial. Core frequency? At the moment I only understood that the frequency of memory and amount of memory are not very important.

Core frequency and FP64 is very important. As you can see on this http://www.anandtech.com/show/9387/amd-radeon-300-series/2
R9 380 is similar to R9 280 except it has weaker FP64. R9 380 has 1/16FP64 and R9 280 has 1/4FP64.
R9 380 is obviously slower for mining XPM but it is good for ETH.
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