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I'm holding 8 different coins right now and I think every one of them dropped today. I made a couple of good buy/sales, but nothing to brag about. redface.gif

We are still needing everybody's votes for Nutcoin, Velocity coin passed us back today and we need to go back in front of it: http://www.allcrypt.com/beta/voting.php

I just passed the 14.5 million Nutcoins mined mark. I'm shooting for 30 million coins at low difficulty, but we'll see, I've only got 3 R9 270X cards left mining it, I've switched the rest of my cards to mining Franko for the time being.
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The Asus R9 270s are terrible when it comes to cooling... Tiny little fans, I can hardly keep them below 90C at stock clocks when mining...
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The Asus R9 270s are terrible when it comes to cooling... Tiny little fans, I can hardly keep them below 90C at stock clocks when mining...


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The Asus R9 270s are terrible when it comes to cooling... Tiny little fans, I can hardly keep them below 90C at stock clocks when mining...

mine are at stock voltage and get around 72c loaded, maybe you need some more airflow behind them like a box fan? i dont have anything blowing on mine.
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Thanks I'll try it out later.

i forgot to add, im using a modified scrypt kernel too, pm for details if you want it
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In my experience the ASUS DC2 cools very well. The fans may look small, but it keeps my OC'ed GTX 760 under 70C under full load 24/7 and barely makes any noise at all.
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I've only had a bad experience with XFX DD fans.
I had a gigabyte 5770 and an xfx 6850 (single fan) that never had a problem.
We had 2x 7950 and a 7970 all XFX DD and they all had problems
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The Asus R9 270s are terrible when it comes to cooling... Tiny little fans, I can hardly keep them below 90C at stock clocks when mining...
I have 3 R9 270s (ASUS DCu II) on a rig.

This config gets me ~406KH/s, with only a little 7" fan pointed at them, and keeps them at well under 80C for the most part. I say for the most part, because of my cooling situation - no central heating/ac, so I only have a window a/c unit. I try to use it as little as possible. So yesterday and the day before, when temps outside reached 80 and 85F respectively, one of my cards hit 81C. They usually sit at 75C, with the hottest one (that reached 81C) using about 70% fan speed, and the others down around 45-50%.

If you have not yet, you should look into using VBE7 to modify the BIOS on the cards to use a lower voltage. Default full power voltage on mine are 1.215v, but with the -20 powertune in my config, they're limited to 1.175v and that helps temps quite a lot. I've heard that people have gotten a 1050/1500 overclock easily with voltage down to 1.125v, and stock clocks (925/1400) down all the way to 1.050v.
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New Doge wallet for the fork issue released.

http://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/1y6tq2/wallet_152_is_now_available_for_download/

Read post to check if your on the right block chain.
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