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Guys so basically here is the the best thing for Scrypt. With any series GPU you should be able to undervolt the cards pretty well this includes 5xxx and 6xxx. I'm getting 640kh/s with only 1000mv on all three 7970's. You can run these GPU's for years at 1000mv.

For reference 7950's you want something like 78%-81% for 7970 you want 56%-61% Core to memory clock ratio. Anything higher and you will loose about 100kh/s to 150kh/s instantly.

My settings 945 core 1640 memory is 57% ratio. If I use 59% It gets really low yield.

For Scrypt your goal is to get as high of memory clock you can possible get. So if you can do 1800 stable with memory and you have 7970 try a 1026 core which is 57% and you can more it up from there to test. Some non-reference 7970's might run better in 78%-81%. But ounce you figure you how your card runs best at what percentage range then you can scale up or down from there.
But you should never be using stock voltage (1175mv) using Scrypt you would be wasting heaps of power. Even the best 7970 out there can only do 1900 memory which would be 1083 core and would only need probably about 1100mv of voltage.

Good luck guys
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Note these settings in the Spoiler are for water cooled cards so fan speed is set to 20-20 you will have to change your Temp settings and fan settings for air cooled cards. These settings are only for reference -i -v -w and gpu threads make sure you use your own settings for Temp target and fans.
Using .conf files while mining is the only way to go. One line start commands are not as customizable.


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post #92 of 22525
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Originally Posted by UNOE View Post

Guys so basically here is the the best thing for Scrypt. With any series GPU you should be able to undervolt the cards pretty well this includes 5xxx and 6xxx. I'm getting 640kh/s with only 1000mv on all three 7970's. You can run these GPU's for years at 1000mv.

For reference 7950's you want something like 78%-81% for 7970 you want 56%-61% Core to memory clock ratio. Anything higher and you will loose about 100kh/s to 150kh/s instantly.

My settings 945 core 1640 memory is 57% ratio. If I use 59% It gets really low yield.

For Scrypt your goal is to get as high of memory clock you can possible get. So if you can do 1800 stable with memory and you have 7970 try a 1026 core which is 57% and you can more it up from there to test. Some non-reference 7970's might run better in 78%-81%. But ounce you figure you how your card runs best at what percentage range then you can scale up or down from there.
But you should never be using stock voltage (1175mv) using Scrypt you would be wasting heaps of power. Even the best 7970 out there can only do 1900 memory which would be 1083 core and would only need probably about 1100mv of voltage.

Good luck guys
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"pools" : [
{
"url" : "stratum+tcp://yourpool:3333",
"user" : "yournick",
"pass" : "yourpass"
},
{
"url" : "stratum+tcp://yourbackuppool:3333",
"user" : "yournick",
"pass" : "yourpass"
}
]
,
"intensity" : "13,13,13",
"vectors" : "1,1,1",
"worksize" : "256,256,256",
"kernel" : "scrypt,scrypt,scrypt",
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"thread-concurrency" : "8192,8192,8192",
"shaders" : "2048,2048,2048",
"gpu-engine" : "945,947,947",
"gpu-fan" : "20-20,20-20,20-20",
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"gpu-memdiff" : "0,0,0",
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"gpu-vddc" : "1.000,1.000,1.000",
"temp-cutoff" : "65,62,62",
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"scrypt" : true,
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}

Note these settings in the Spoiler are for water cooled cards so fan speed is set to 20-20 you will have to change your Temp settings and fan settings for air cooled cards. These settings are only for reference -i -v -w and gpu threads make sure you use your own settings for Temp target and fans.
Using .conf files while mining is the only way to go. One line start commands are not as customizable.


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Originally Posted by UNOE View Post

Guys so basically here is the the best thing for Scrypt. With any series GPU you should be able to undervolt the cards pretty well this includes 5xxx and 6xxx. I'm getting 640kh/s with only 1000mv on all three 7970's. You can run these GPU's for years at 1000mv.

For reference 7950's you want something like 78%-81% for 7970 you want 56%-61% Core to memory clock ratio. Anything higher and you will loose about 100kh/s to 150kh/s instantly.

My settings 945 core 1640 memory is 57% ratio. If I use 59% It gets really low yield.

For Scrypt your goal is to get as high of memory clock you can possible get. So if you can do 1800 stable with memory and you have 7970 try a 1026 core which is 57% and you can more it up from there to test. Some non-reference 7970's might run better in 78%-81%. But ounce you figure you how your card runs best at what percentage range then you can scale up or down from there.
But you should never be using stock voltage (1175mv) using Scrypt you would be wasting heaps of power. Even the best 7970 out there can only do 1900 memory which would be 1083 core and would only need probably about 1100mv of voltage.

Good luck guys
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"pools" : [
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"url" : "stratum+tcp://yourpool:3333",
"user" : "yournick",
"pass" : "yourpass"
},
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"url" : "stratum+tcp://yourbackuppool:3333",
"user" : "yournick",
"pass" : "yourpass"
}
]
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"vectors" : "1,1,1",
"worksize" : "256,256,256",
"kernel" : "scrypt,scrypt,scrypt",
"lookup-gap" : "2,2,2",
"thread-concurrency" : "8192,8192,8192",
"shaders" : "2048,2048,2048",
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Note these settings in the Spoiler are for water cooled cards so fan speed is set to 20-20 you will have to change your Temp settings and fan settings for air cooled cards. These settings are only for reference -i -v -w and gpu threads make sure you use your own settings for Temp target and fans.
Using .conf files while mining is the only way to go. One line start commands are not as customizable.


...

I don't understand. I spent a good 2 hours last night starting at stock speeds and bumping memory up by 25, wait 30 secs, bump another, etc till it crashed. It was always 500-550 Khps. And then I did the same with core speed but bumping it by 5. It really didn't have any effect. I got tired of it crashing on me so I just set it to my normal 1200 speed at 1250mv and it's 640 Khps.

Am I missing something? Why is everyone saying that such a low core speed is best when in my case it's an always extra 90-100 Khps at an overclocked setting?
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I don't understand. I spent a good 2 hours last night starting at stock speeds and bumping memory up by 25, wait 30 secs, bump another, etc till it crashed. It was always 500-550 Khps. And then I did the same with core speed but bumping it by 5. It really didn't have any effect. I got tired of it crashing on me so I just set it to my normal 1200 speed at 1250mv and it's 640 Khps.

Am I missing something? Why is everyone saying that such a low core speed is best when in my case it's an always extra 90-100 Khps at an overclocked setting?

Pretty much what i did was take the general settings Ivan gave me and tweaked the numbers up and down till i found what i liked.

In the Top of the Op there is links to other mining software to !
    
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I can't seem to get my feathercoin wallet to "catch up". It was stuck at 1200 blocks to go last night before going to bed and still was this morning. I've restarted it and it's still stuck there. I should've sent the coins straight to an exchange. frown.gif
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I don't understand. I spent a good 2 hours last night starting at stock speeds and bumping memory up by 25, wait 30 secs, bump another, etc till it crashed. It was always 500-550 Khps. And then I did the same with core speed but bumping it by 5. It really didn't have any effect. I got tired of it crashing on me so I just set it to my normal 1200 speed at 1250mv and it's 640 Khps.

Am I missing something? Why is everyone saying that such a low core speed is best when in my case it's an always extra 90-100 Khps at an overclocked setting?

Mate, post a screenshot of your cgminer running. I wanna see how good it runs with your current settings after say 10 minutes. Then I'll clear things up for you.
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Quesiton for you bitcoin guys, I have a desktop witha 5850 in it right now, if I bought another GPU (say 7970), I could set it up so that when I am gaming, I am only using one GPU and the other is mining still right?
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This is one that's been running for 8-10 hours now.

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Can a 5970 mine well enough for it to be worth it?
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I can't seem to get my feathercoin wallet to "catch up". It was stuck at 1200 blocks to go last night before going to bed and still was this morning. I've restarted it and it's still stuck there. I should've sent the coins straight to an exchange. frown.gif
Has FTC even been fixed yet?
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