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WOW! That update is insane. My pair of 270X are getting around 2950 cpm. About a 25% increase.

Update: 3125 cpm with the overclock wheee.gif
Edited by drka0tic - 2/9/14 at 12:25pm
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thx

any chance you know power draw on gtx 780?
say 1.15v vs 1.2?

The 780 I'm not sure, my 780 Ti total system draw is 315w at the wall with my screen off and stock voltage 1.174V while mining. Total system at idle is around 115w with screen off, 145w with screen on. So the card it self is pulling about 200w getting 1700cpm. OC I get 1930cpm @ 1243/7600 and 1.21V. The power draw is then 350w at the wall or 235w from just the gfx card "with screen off." It's not a bad trade off to OC vs power usage "+230cpm & 35W" but I have a 2nd card coming and like to keep them sub 70C AND silent. "Living room system." The OC raises my cards temps by about 10C from 65 to 75 with fan at 65% vs 50%.
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My 7950 is doing 2300 cpm

Miner is absolutely useless on cards with less than 1.2GB memory. 5870 gets like 150cpm....

Does anyone have a good ocl pts miner for HD5000 ?

Or is it back to doge for those?
 
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post #2214 of 6478
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Originally Posted by wholeeo View Post

My 270x rig is seeing less performance out of it. Trying to play around with different flags at the moment.

Edit: Actually seeing more performance now after playing with some settings, @ 1400 CPM now.

1500 CPM now.


What settings/flags did you end up using? I have four 270Xs I'd like to get set up...
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Originally Posted by drka0tic View Post

WOW! That update is insane. My pair of 270X are getting around 2950 cpm. About a 25% increase.

AAARRRRRGHHH!!!!! I'm stuck at work for another 5.5hrs!!!!! mad.gif
post #2215 of 6478

thanks man, my CPM on my stock 7850 went from 920cpm to ~1075, thats like ~20% increase.

Also its a real simple upgrade, just copied my LAUNCH.bat file from the old amd miner and put that in the folder of the new amd one and then it runs fine.

edit: this new amd miner is saying on the first line of the command "fee is 2.5%, use -d to set fee percentage. i.e -d 3.5 is 3.5% donation. So do we have to manually type the 2.5% donation fee in or does it take away the fee from us automatically?
Edited by $ilent - 2/9/14 at 12:33pm
post #2216 of 6478
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Originally Posted by drka0tic View Post

WOW! That update is insane. My pair of 270X are getting around 2950 cpm. About a 25% increase.

Update: 3125 cpm with the overclock wheee.gif

If that's the case 14 270xs here we come.... AMD is beating some nvidia a$$ in mining, now. rolleyes.gif
post #2217 of 6478
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Originally Posted by theilya View Post

damn that not bad

how many 270s you got?

1k gold std PSU should be able to handle 5x 270s non x?

Only 1 at the moment.
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

thanks man, my CPM on my stock 7850 went from 920cpm to ~1075, thats like ~20% increase.

Also its a real simple upgrade, just copied my LAUNCH.bat file from the old amd miner and put that in the folder of the new amd one and then it runs fine.

edit: this new amd miner is saying on the first line of the command "fee is 2.5%, use -d to set fee percentage. i.e -d 3.5 is 3.5% donation. So do we have to manually type the 2.5% donation fee in or does it take away the fee from us automatically?

It's an automatic 2.5. You only set the flag if you want to donate more.

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Originally Posted by derpa View Post

What settings/flags did you end up using? I have four 270Xs I'd like to get set up...
AAARRRRRGHHH!!!!! I'm stuck at work for another 5.5hrs!!!!! mad.gif

clpts_x86-64 -u user -p x -t 0 -a 0 -d 2.5

I find that algorithm 0 gives me the best performance on my 270x.
post #2218 of 6478
thanks wholeeo

Can I ask though, what do you have the flags -t 0 -a 0 -d 2.5 set for?

thanks
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Is there anyone with 4 270/270x in a quadfire-like setup? im just curious if it can handle the temps without risers.
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post

thanks wholeeo

Can I ask though, what do you have the flags -t 0 -a 0 -d 2.5 set for?

thanks

-t 0 is for device 0
-a 0 is for algorithm (theres options 0,1,2,3)
-d 2.5 is to make sure I'm only donating the minimum. It's optional.
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