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post #5931 of 6478
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Originally Posted by rickyman0319 View Post

if u want ur gpu to be full speed, ur system has to be 8GB at least in order to work. if u get 4GB then u r limit to half of ur gpu speed. I am mining gpuc right now.

if I have 4GB, my speed is 240 kh/s but with 8GB I get at least 400 kh/s for 290 (non x).

Are you talking about vertcoin mining, or another scrypt coin? Because when I'm on clevermining, I'm getting ~462 kh/s per 270X, and on vertcoin, I'm averaging ~170 kh/s.

I know my clevermining numbers are in line, and my PTS numbers were in line too, and I've only ever had 4GB of RAM on this build.
post #5932 of 6478
vertcoin and gpucoin use the same program. they use vertminer for it.

u can search if they use the same asic or not.

vertcoin and gpucoin use scythc-n and not scythc.
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Since many here are referring to coinbase as the go to for withdrawing their bitcoins... I caved in and made an account as well smile.gif Just to be sure before I do my first withdrawal, coinbase isn't the one with the promotion code I remember reading about way back in this thread somewhere to give % extra on withdraw was it?
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Scrypt-N =/= Scrypt

Scrypt-N = VTC, GPUC

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As hot as scrypt-n runs, it's good to see 780 Ti's holding the same hash as 290's when you set up the batch file correctly redface.gif
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Scrypt-N =/= Scrypt

Scrypt-N = VTC, GPUC

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As hot as scrypt-n runs, it's good to see 780 Ti's holding the same hash as 290's when you set up the batch file correctly redface.gif

Yeah, I used to get 305 out of my former 780, could get more but the cooling on it wasn't enough to take the volts and clocks. (WF OC).
Got it up to 350kh/s tongue.gif
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Yeah, I used to get 305 out of my former 780, could get more but the cooling on it wasn't enough to take the volts and clocks. (WF OC).
Got it up to 350kh/s tongue.gif

Temps are a genuine limiter for scrypt-n hey. If I let my classy move up to 80C on the core, I can hold 400khash on VTC (until it crashes cos my card is rubbish hehe). Currently holding 380khash with 1180mhz on the core (1.15v) wheee.gif
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Temps are a genuine limiter for scrypt-n hey. If I let my classy move up to 80C on the core, I can hold 400khash on VTC (until it crashes cos my card is rubbish hehe). Currently holding 380khash with 1180mhz on the core (1.15v) wheee.gif

I feel ya brother...Do you remember that 900kh/s at scrypt with a 780ti guy? Using WC of course.
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I feel ya brother...Do you remember that 900kh/s at scrypt with a 780ti guy? Using WC of course.

I do, I do... People really need to remember to link that screenshot with a disclaimer noting that the card is WC'd... Too many people around here are getting bummed when their own air-cooled cards aren't pulling the full 900khash haha... redface.gif
post #5939 of 6478
The more people will bail the PTS the later the PTS will diff will drop.

Scrypt-N is a horrible scrypt. It is even more hard on the hardware than regular scrypt. I stay away from all -N coins to mine.

LTC diff went up to 4737!!! that is just outright silly. An historical high and historical low profit. Since all coins are dropping like crazy people are going back to the big ones; LTC.

DOGE has been on a steady drop in value for days on end. It has almost halved in value.

I am not sure what to mine right now.
 
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Originally Posted by Hukkel View Post

The more people will bail the PTS the later the PTS will diff will drop.

Scrypt-N is a horrible scrypt. It is even more hard on the hardware than regular scrypt. I stay away from all -N coins to mine.

LTC diff went up to 4737!!! that is just outright silly. An historical high and historical low profit. Since all coins are dropping like crazy people are going back to the big ones; LTC.

DOGE has been on a steady drop in value for days on end. It has almost halved in value.

I am not sure what to mine right now.

Not really, as soon as you go with higher n factors power consumption starts to drop. thumb.gif
18w mining yac on a GTX 750 Ti vs 45w mining scrypt.

I'd reccomend you look into mining Myriad coin, try Groestl, Skein or Qubit algorithms: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=483515.0
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