Originally Posted by DizZz
Is the TItan any good for yacoin since it has 6gb of vram? How about a tesla with 12gb? I have no experience with yacoin at all.
It's pretty good, I'd reccomend ultracoin right now though. Yac is still good and pretty stable but harder to tweak with.
Originally Posted by Ali Man
Well man, long story short, till a specific amount of Cuda Cores Yacoin performs well, and anything above it isn't worth it, which comes to the final conclusion that the miner just isn't optimized well enough for them.
It's not the miner but the algorithm...it can't be done any better AFAIK.
Cudaminer's lookup gap works very well, it can make the miner run more threads despite not having enough ram with a gpu core performance penalty (extra work for the gpu).
If you have a very strong core you can run high -L and get way better hash rates anyway. Still not as efficient $/perf and hash/watt wise compared to a GTX 750ti for instance.
The best card ever would be something like a 750ti but with a 4gb vram buffer.