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I'm currently mining with 6 MSI TF at 1600 khash/s. Wondering how someone got 1550 with only 5 of them.

I'm able to get 316 from single card plugged in x16 slot with overclock 135/650. But whenever i'm using riser ( no matter if it's ribbon riser or powered usb 3.0 riser) i'm getting only 280 khash + downclock to 135/300.

How do you stay at the same rates with risers i cant understand. What could be a problem ?
Which motherboard do you use ?
post #162 of 1291
next pay check I'll be picking up a 750 Ti to trial alongside my 780 Ti.

is there a go-to model for mining purposes?
post #163 of 1291
1267-1280 MHz is my highest possible stable OC at 1.062-1.068V
bios TDP set to 39500 mW
power limit 100%
core clock +135

currently, I am increasing clock frequency by modifying the boost table.
In kepler bios tweaker: right click on boost table, choose "fix invalid clocks", and move slider at bottom.
Is there a better way to change the clock?
     
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Thanks for the tips and pointers guys! With your help, I managed to optimize my system even further in terms of power usage: I removed the –H 1 flag, undervolted my CPU (-0.100V compared to stock) and played around in the BIOS and now my power usage is as follows:

Complete System Power Usage
Idle without 750TI installed: 30W
Idle with 750TI OC +135/+635: 34W
Load with 750TI OC +135/+635: 112W

I.e. the 750TI OCed uses 112-30 = 82W under load

For a 6 card setup that would be 6x82 + 30 = 522W, let's say 530W. That’s a difference of 590-530 = 60W compared to before. Nice!

I’m now getting 320 kh/s which is slightly lower than before but still not bad. I have to run Chrome as well, else I get around 300 kh/s.

I’ll be getting my risers this Wednesday if all goes well. Then I can update you with the real world numbers.

Thanks!

Why is that? What kind of difference does a web browser make?
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Why is that? What kind of difference does a web browser make?

Forces the GPUs to operate at a higher load
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Yeah no backup pools make it not worth doing a farm with. Can't use betarigs, api, or backup pools.

I have it at 310 on each card. I can do 325 to 340. But with random crashes a day apart. So it's just better to keep then under voted a little and do 310 from me.

I'm using 90% power target.

there is no way to even do a backup pool? ugh I might have to cancel my order for 24 of these and just stick with 280x's.

Does anybody have a amd 990 chipset board and have these working with risers
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there is no way to even do a backup pool? ugh I might have to cancel my order for 24 of these and just stick with 280x's.

Does anybody have a amd 990 chipset board and have these working with risers

I wouldn't get 750ti's en masse till the cudaminer dev launches his failover support enabled cudaminer he's working on. That and the linux overclocking tool he said he or someone else was working on as well.
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I wouldn't get 750ti's en masse till the cudaminer dev launches his failover support enabled cudaminer he's working on. That and the linux overclocking tool he said he or someone else was working on as well.


i think im gonna keep my order, the stuff we need is right around the corner and the price on these is going to go up significantly I got my 24 for $165 shipped a piece.

btw got any links to the linux oc'ing tool ? im gonna use windows until that is viable.
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Why is that? What kind of difference does a web browser make?

Forces the GPUs to operate at a higher load

Hmm. Well I know Chrome uses the GPU, puts a small load on it. But if that load is something other than the mining software, how would that help anything?


Also, was just going to ask what the best/lowest-fee miner is that most people are using now. I've been using the ones in the OP of the PTS Mining Guide thread for now.
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Hmm. Well I know Chrome uses the GPU, puts a small load on it. But if that load is something other than the mining software, how would that help anything?


Also, was just going to ask what the best/lowest-fee miner is that most people are using now. I've been using the ones in the OP of the PTS Mining Guide thread for now.

I really don't know the mechanics behind it, I just read it somewhere and saw definitive results when using it.
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