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Got my MSI 750 non-ti gaming model in. I am working on it now to see if I can find the max stable clocks and rate. So far it looks like the best it can do is about +200/+200 which comes close to 258kh/s. You have to use T8x24 on these 1gb models. It seems to me that the core makes the biggest difference on these models. I'm guessing the stock mem clocks are enough to feed the cut-down core.

So it's a decent little card; if you can get them for $110 (I got this for $125-$15 rebate) then it's a steal.
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I need to give the EVGA 2gb non ti 750 a try...hmmm, where to find one in Argentina? frown.gif
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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

Ill let you know how I do with the asrock h81 btc's I ordered. As far as 5 slot boards go there are plenty of good ones, I have some asrock 970 extreme 4's and gigabyte 970-d3p that all work great

Hi,

What do you think about the AsRock h61 BTC instead of H81?
They are cheaper and also the processor.

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Originally Posted by Datlore001 View Post

Got my MSI 750 non-ti gaming model in. I am working on it now to see if I can find the max stable clocks and rate. So far it looks like the best it can do is about +200/+200 which comes close to 258kh/s. You have to use T8x24 on these 1gb models. It seems to me that the core makes the biggest difference on these models. I'm guessing the stock mem clocks are enough to feed the cut-down core.

So it's a decent little card; if you can get them for $110 (I got this for $125-$15 rebate) then it's a steal.

I have these exact cards as well. Tried T10x24 which they didn't like at all. Then tried T5x24 and the best they could do was 150 kh/s. I'll try T8x24.
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Guys can I ask if anyone has some numbers of the use of this card?

Hashrate of your rig and how much watts is being pullen from the wallsocket.

I a getting new information from others that they get up to 300 kh/s but pull 130watts per card then.
 
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Anyone mining yacoin with a stock/oced 750ti/non ti? Just curious with what numbers you can get.
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I see a lot of rigs with the MSI cards here. Anyone using the Gigabyte 750ti cards? I'm trying to decide between the 2, not that i can find anywhere that has them in stock at a reasonable price...

gigabyte makes much better cards than MSI. MSi cards are known to leak ball bearing grease from the fans. I just had to refund 7 of the MSI gaming 280x because of this problem.

I have had good luck with the gigabyte 750ti's I have, Motherboards is another story but the cards are solid. I'm waiting on my replacement mobos to get em all up and running.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1469212/public-service-announcement-do-not-buy-an-msi-r9-gaming-280x/70
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I have an important update to the mining community for those of you having problems with the gigabyte 990FXA UD3 motherboard. I was having some serious issues getting this board to work rit with the gtx 750tis mining. I ended up doin a number of controlled tests. What I discovered is that the real issue is the motherboard does not like powered usb risers. Through careful controlled testing in multiple configurations I proved that the 16x slots will run with no issues on these risers but the 1x and 4x pcie slots will crash every time. What will happen is at least one will crash then over time the others will as well leaving only the cards in 16x slots on USB risers working.

So. 4x slots and 16x slots direct on the board worked flawlessly, but of course not ideal for heat dissipation especially with 3 2x wide cards direct on the board.

Now the good news standard ribbon based risers seem to work fine. I ran 4 cards all day yesterday on 1x to 16x powered risers and today I'm running 5. No issues so far. Rock steady. Will add the 6th card tonight or tomorrow.

Hope this helps someone.
post #469 of 1291
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Guys can I ask if anyone has some numbers of the use of this card?

Hashrate of your rig and how much watts is being pullen from the wallsocket.

I a getting new information from others that they get up to 300 kh/s but pull 130watts per card then.

That is an incorrect figure, the most Ive seen these cards pull is 90 watts each and thats with bios flashing and high overclocking. My 5 card rig pulls 470 watts to the wall with the cards averaging about 315khs each.
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I have these exact cards as well. Tried T10x24 which they didn't like at all. Then tried T5x24 and the best they could do was 150 kh/s. I'll try T8x24.

T8x24 is the magic number that the auto-config arrived at. T5x24 also gave me 150kh/s. T10x24 wouldn't work.
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