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If you're only mining with them, you can move them to a PCIe x8, x4, or even a x1 slot (needs a riser to utilize the x1 though) with no loss of performance to give them a bit more breathing space. Strictly speaking of mining here, the gpu's don't require anywhere near the amount of per lane bus bandwidth a graphical application does.

Thank you.

Unfortunately, my motherboard does not have open ended PCI-E slots. My hands are too shaky to attempt it. If I drop the intensity to 8, the temp still spikes at the cost of huge hashrate drops. I may have to go back using one card per rig. :\
    
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I'm gonna have to test my Sapphire 7970 in my main PC because I heard a faint popping sound when I put it in the old motherboard I was planning to use, and pressed the power button. I removed the card and the PC still won't turn on. Then I went back to the power supply that came with the PC and it turned on again.

Looks like I need a PSU with a proper 24-pin mobo cable, because even though my backup can take the watts, it does not have the most up to date connections.

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I got it working and it's now hashing. Now to try to get over 600Kh/s on a Sapphire Dual-X 7970. Anyone got any ideas?
Edited by ccRicers - 12/28/13 at 5:43pm
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can anyone help clarify the "-g 1" switch for cgminer? for my 2x 7970's I am using "-g 1" but some forums show people having success with "-g 2"...but it doesn't seem to work on mine...is it meant for dual-core cards like 7990?
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I was able to get over 640Kh/s on my sapphire Dual X 7970 card. Using these settings, my EAC pool reports peaks of over 750 Kh/s but it swings between that and 500. These settings worked for me.
Code:
del *.bin
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
cgminer --scrypt -o (pool) (worker) -g 2 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-engine 1050 --gpu-memclock 1600 --worksize 256 -I 13

-g 2 makes my card run two threads instead of one, but I haven't tested thoroughly with -g 1.
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Whats the typical hashrate to expect on a GTX 770, GTX780 and 780Ti? I heard that cudaminer has improved to make them hash at similar rates to AMD cards. I'm thinking of getting a GTX 780 for $450 and using it for gaming and mining
    
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What pool do you guys use for WDC, LTC and FTC?
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What pool do you guys use for WDC, LTC and FTC?

I'm mining WDC on Multipool and it seems to work well.

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MOONcoin...to the moon? scheduled to launch before the New Year. this just feels like a hyped up pump n dump...2M starting block rewards ROFL. but (imo) its funny and could catch fire. who knows?

...there are already Multipool and Alternatepool (switching pools) ready to go for launch...could be big.
Edited by Namwons - 12/28/13 at 9:07pm
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Any consensus on the most profitable coin?  Does Doge still hold that title?

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MOONcoin...to the moon? scheduled to launch before the New Year. this just feels like a hyped up pump n dump...2M starting block rewards ROFL. but (imo) its funny and could catch fire. who knows?

...there are already Multipool and Alternatepool (switching pools) ready to go for launch...could be big.

2 million block reward but that 384 billion coin count makes up for it. The block payout scheme looks like a combo of Dogecoin and Earthcoin.
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