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May 17, 2011, 09:34:07 PM
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As topic says, looking for good CPU miner (when u dont pay bills, u want to set everything whats possible).

With the one added to Guiminer got only 1.7 Mhash at C2D E7400 @3.5GHz, which comparing to wiki comparison is little poor.

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As topic says, looking for good CPU miner (when u dont pay bills, u want to set everything whats possible).

With the one added to Guiminer got only 1.7 Mhash at C2D E7400 @3.5GHz, which comparing to wiki comparison is little poor.

Play with the 4way clients command lines, there are a ton of them.  Your numbers look like its only churning on a single core so adjust the thread count
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