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July 22, 2012, 08:30:31 AM
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Using phoenix miner, can't seem to get over 320Mhash, its only utilizing one core

what parameters do I need to set in the .bat file to use both cores and get the maximum HASHrate?

just installed the latest catalyst drivers

main video card in system is nvidia

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July 23, 2012, 11:26:05 AM
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Using phoenix miner, can't seem to get over 320Mhash, its only utilizing one core

what parameters do I need to set in the .bat file to use both cores and get the maximum HASHrate?

just installed the latest catalyst drivers

main video card in system is nvidia

well, it's 2 devices?

so you have to use device=0 and device=1, two instances of phoenix

but latest catalyst drivers aren't good, especially since im assuming it installed the latest openCL too

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July 23, 2012, 05:15:46 PM
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Using phoenix miner, can't seem to get over 320Mhash, its only utilizing one core

what parameters do I need to set in the .bat file to use both cores and get the maximum HASHrate?

just installed the latest catalyst drivers

main video card in system is nvidia

well, it's 2 devices?

so you have to use device=0 and device=1, two instances of phoenix

but latest catalyst drivers aren't good, especially since im assuming it installed the latest openCL too

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July 24, 2012, 02:49:15 AM
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Wrote the config file based on the example DOC and the main phoenix 2 thread and still not working, starts up and shows [DISCONNECTED]

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