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It's pretty soon gonna cross the 100K mark, gear up guys!, now's the time for full speed!
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

It's pretty soon gonna cross the 100K mark, gear up guys!, now's the time for full speed!

You got that right!

im at 3700cpm now with my 670/7870/7850.
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You got that right!

im at 3700cpm now with my 670/7870/7850.

5600 cpm here, 3x 780's, really need a couple more gpu's!
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

It's pretty soon gonna cross the 100K mark, gear up guys!, now's the time for full speed!

100K of what?
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Originally Posted by yanks8981 View Post

100K of what?

Workers!

Imagine the average being 50-60K and now, just as mentioned before, 40K more, boom!

Just saw it drop to 33K from 90K, whaaa?
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It says there are 85k workers on my screen.

I think 7870 will be sweet spot for this, they do about 1300cpm, so about same as a gtx 670.
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

Workers!

Imagine the average being 50-60K and now, just as mentioned before, 40K more, boom!

Just saw it drop to 33K from 90K, whaaa?

I guess I am unsure what that means. I have only been doing this for a few days smile.gif

What PSU are you using for your 780s? I'd say theres a 10% chance that this goes so well I want to order a 3rd GPU someday.
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

It says there are 85k workers on my screen.

I think 7870 will be sweet spot for this, they do about 1300cpm, so about same as a gtx 670.

Yea, now it's back again, weird how it went that low for a bit.

Correct, 7870 or 270x for low-end cards. The prob just is, you need a mobo with many slots or many mobos and more cards to take advantage of this...

But 280x gives the best performance for its price in the entire range, currently...
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Originally Posted by yanks8981 View Post

I guess I am unsure what that means. I have only been doing this for a few days smile.gif

What PSU are you using for your 780s? I'd say theres a 10% chance that this goes so well I want to order a 3rd GPU someday.


Well, it's like the more the invest, the quicker you get it back. With mining, it's pretty much always been like that.

I'm running a single 750W for two 780's and one on a 660. Have room for another, but need a riser now....
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Originally Posted by yanks8981 View Post

I guess I am unsure what that means. I have only been doing this for a few days smile.gif

What PSU are you using for your 780s? I'd say theres a 10% chance that this goes so well I want to order a 3rd GPU someday.

Only 10%? That seems low
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I'm a bit over 9000 cpm wtih my sig rig and 2x 290x mining rig. smile.gif
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