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Well I just purchased another MSI 750 Ti today, hopefully I'll get around 315KH/s per card when everything is set up perfectly. Now I'm just waiting on the risers and I should be good to go. smile.gif
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post #182 of 1291
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Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post

HardwareDecoder , the 6-pin is going to provide more stable power than a "made in china" PCI-e riser with some solder, hot glue, and maybe a capacitor wink.gif. The safe allowable wattage really depends on the wire gauge used by the riser. I'm pretty sure cam wasn't trying to be snarky.

As far as the AMD motherboards go it's iffy. Some people have reported issues with decreased hashrate compared to running them on the board , the cudaminer dev conjectured that it's because of added resistance of PCI-e risers to the Northbridge
Chrome with a flash game open forces the GPU to go into 3D mode

Nvidia has a bad habit of trying to save power (throttle) even when a 100% non-3D load is on it.

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ccRicers , it's worth it if you can get the GTX 750 Ti for cheaper than $170 if your power is expensive.


Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti update
http://www.reddit.com/r/litecoinmining/comments/1zfx90/issues_optimising_gigabyte_gtx_750_ti_2gb_oc/
user then got 290+ kh/s using 32 bit cudaminer

reasoning: http://www.reddit.com/r/dogemining/comments/1zek7b/the_x86_version_of_cudaminer_always_give_me/cft3ta2

hey good info the 32bit ver gave me another 10 khash I'm at 305 now
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post #183 of 1291
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Agreed, it's my board of choice...either that or the asrock oc formula, if the z87x goes OOS.

Sounds cool. About to pull the trigger on the purchases- I found some of those OC boards going for $160, and my other cards are still on auction, but I can't wait! I will buy two graphics cards at first and then the other two with the next paycheck.

[edit] never mind, the card is sold already biggrin.gif
Edited by ccRicers - 3/3/14 at 6:19pm
post #184 of 1291
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ZOTAC DUAL fan model (ZT-70602-10M) is available at SabrePC for $157.99, I'm not sure how good of a retailer they are
http://www.sabrepc.com/zotac-zt-70602-10m-geforce-gtx-750-ti-oc-2gb-graphic-card.html
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ZOTAC DUAL fan model (ZT-70602-10M) is available at SabrePC for $157.99, I'm not sure how good of a retailer they are
http://www.sabrepc.com/zotac-zt-70602-10m-geforce-gtx-750-ti-oc-2gb-graphic-card.html

Those are like the worst of the overclocke cards, 1046mhz core clock? That is weak. I would save my money for something else.
post #186 of 1291
I've seen some Zotac results and they were really good, stock clocks don't mean much.
post #187 of 1291
Most of the Zotacs Ive seen struggle to crack 300khs
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Most of the Zotacs Ive seen struggle to crack 300khs

Yeah, they pull off some good scrypt jane and keccak numbers though...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.msg5441080;topicseen#msg5441080

I'd go with the msi oc one without 6 pin, more convenient psu wise...
post #189 of 1291
Can't remember what has been said about this card yet, but is the evga superclock 750 Ti worth buying? Can't find any info on a 6pin connection, or the components used
post #190 of 1291
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Can't remember what has been said about this card yet, but is the evga superclock 750 Ti worth buying? Can't find any info on a 6pin connection, or the components used

Yes it is, it has no 6 pin and will get 300+khs for you.
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