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post #991 of 6478
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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

cpm isn't the only good reading factor I think - my 780 1300 core is getting 206 share value / h

http://ypool.net/pts/workers_live

is where you can check - post your share value / h and gpu plus OC see what we are all getting, cause I read a 7990 only gets 141 share value / h - may be Nvidia still owns this miner after all


is share value related to CPM? ill a little confused

I get 500 for 2x 780s
75 for my CPU
post #992 of 6478
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Originally Posted by Nightingale View Post

Cards are not SLI'ed. I am using an AMD Phenon II X4 if that matters.

480 is my first GPU in system where my display's are connected and I have the 780 as my secondary GPU for mining.

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With PtsGPUz0.3c I was having no issues, and I could even instruct it on what gpu to use,
I'm having this same issue. Won't work when I initiate two cards (-g 2). I just want to mine both cards like I was doing with PtsGPU.

This is what I'm starting with:

arCUDAminer_cm3.exe -u yourusername.PTS_1 -p x -m avx -g 1
pause

And I am using FX-8350 cpu, GTX-770, & GTX-550.
post #993 of 6478
Shares are how you get paid. More shares per hour, more actual PTS per hour. SPH is somewhat random though, and heavily predicated on having a lot of collisions.
post #994 of 6478
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Originally Posted by csimon View Post

I'm having this same issue. Won't work when I initiate two cards (-g 2). I just want to mine both cards like I was doing with PtsGPU.

This is what I'm starting with:

arCUDAminer_cm3.exe -u yourusername.PTS_1 -p x -m avx -g 1
pause

And I am using FX-8350 cpu, GTX-770, & GTX-550.

try using cudaminer.exe not the c3 one
post #995 of 6478
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Originally Posted by csimon View Post

I'm having this same issue. Won't work when I initiate two cards (-g 2). I just want to mine both cards like I was doing with PtsGPU.

This is what I'm starting with:

arCUDAminer_cm3.exe -u yourusername.PTS_1 -p x -m avx -g 1
pause

And I am using FX-8350 cpu, GTX-770, & GTX-550.

First off, pretty sure you don't have AVX instructions on your AMD CPU. Use -m SSE4.

Also, you'll find it's faster not using CM3 or high performance executables, just use the regular .exe.
post #996 of 6478
Lol, just fired up my Sony VIAO S15 laptop, which has a GT640LE flashed to a GT650M. Overclocked to 1000/1000 and it's getting 200 cpm. smile.gif
post #997 of 6478
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Originally Posted by CroakV View Post

First off, pretty sure you don't have AVX instructions on your AMD CPU. Use -m SSE4.

Also, you'll find it's faster not using CM3 or high performance executables, just use the regular .exe.

Does that come from a different .zp (download)? If so, where can I get it? I was just going with what's on the OP.
post #998 of 6478
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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

cpm isn't the only good reading factor I think - my 780 1300 core is getting 206 share value / h

http://ypool.net/pts/workers_live

is where you can check - post your share value / h and gpu plus OC see what we are all getting, cause I read a 7990 only gets 141 share value / h - may be Nvidia still owns this miner after all

That 7990 must be running the older version of the miner, the new one has shown a dramatic improvement.
post #999 of 6478
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Originally Posted by csimon View Post

Does that come from a different .zp (download)? If so, where can I get it? I was just going with what's on the OP.

There are 4 .exe files in the zip. Just use the "arCUDAminer.exe". And replace "-m avx" with "-m sse4" in the batch file.
post #1000 of 6478
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Originally Posted by CroakV View Post

There are 4 .exe files in the zip. Just use the "arCUDAminer.exe". And replace "-m avx" with "-m sse4" in the batch file.

Mine doesn't have 4 ...mine has the one you see. And another folder for MACOSX.
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