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post #751 of 1291
Hi Guys!

Just started mining with MSI 750ti Twin Frozr. I am mining scrypt on clevermining.com.

I am using debian with cudaminer and getting 266-267 khash/s stable. I am not running X, just simply cudaminer in screen.

My questions:
- Is there any way to flash BIOS from linux? Can you give me a link to a guide for this?
- What is the best BIOS I should try for optimal khash/s? I want the max from the cards, power is free at the moment.
- What cudaminer options seem to be the best?

Please help me out guys, I have been googling for a long time now, and I find this forum the best.

Thanks,
Dan
Edited by darude - 3/23/14 at 8:03am
post #752 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Depends on the coin...some I keep, some I dump.

Ultracoin - dump for slightly more than market price and wait
Yacoin - dump for slightly more than market price and wait
Microcoin - same
Vertcoin - I'd say hold
Fuguecoin - dump tongue.gif
Bitleu - waiting for an exchange (got 750 of em)
Crowncoin - Got like 5 million lol (solo mined on two cards) - waiting for an exchange...fun mining 5 mil coins in less than a day though.
Litecoin - holding some till asics hit scrypt hard

Since I started researching cryptocurrencies, I thought that would be nice to save some LTC.
Is it possible to it have such a movement like BTC?
post #753 of 1291
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Originally Posted by darude View Post

Hi Guys!

Just started mining with MSI 750ti Twin Frozr. I am mining scrypt on clevermining.com.

I am using debian with cudaminer and getting 266-267 khash/s stable. I am not running X, just simply cudaminer in screen.

My questions:
- Is there any way to flash BIOS from linux? Can you give me a link to a guide for this?
- What is the best BIOS I should try for optimal khash/s? I want the max from the cards, power is free at the moment.
- What cudaminer options seem to be the best?

Please help me out guys, I have been googling for a long time now, and I find this forum the best.

Thanks,
Dan

Have you "OCed" your card?
post #754 of 1291
26x khahs/s is non-oc performance for sure.
post #755 of 1291
if there are additional opinion with some data, on the choice of OS between win7 and win8 (for gaming + a bit of mining, with a single GTX 750ti, perhaps one or two more max in the future, not above), that would be great.

Is the improvement witnessed by some here by switching from win8 to win7 substantial or not? Is it for specific cases like mining rigs with more than 5 GPU, or witnessed even with only one gpu?

Thanks smile.gif
post #756 of 1291
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Originally Posted by Avarclackarz View Post

if there are additional opinion with some data, on the choice of OS between win7 and win8 (for gaming + a bit of mining, with a single GTX 750ti, perhaps one or two more max in the future, not above), that would be great.

Is the improvement witnessed by some here by switching from win8 to win7 substantial or not? Is it for specific cases like mining rigs with more than 5 GPU, or witnessed even with only one gpu?

Thanks smile.gif

For a single GPU it doesn't matter, go with what you have already. Windows 8 has only posed issues for multi-gpu rigs as some people have had scaling issues running multiple GPUs.
post #757 of 1291
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post

Have you "OCed" your card?

The card is OCed, it's this one:
http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N750Ti_TF_2GD5OC.html#overview

Actually I don't know how I can OC ever more under linux. I don't know where I can find a decent howto for BIOS modification under linux. I am a newbie with cudaminer and Nvidia mining. Can you just give me few pointers? If it is impossible under linux, then ok, I accept, just I need to know ;-)
My aim is to get at least 300 khash/s somehow, and this card can do it, I have read it on the net.

Thanks,
Dan
post #758 of 1291
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Originally Posted by Americonfusion View Post

For a single GPU it doesn't matter, go with what you have already. Windows 8 has only posed issues for multi-gpu rigs as some people have had scaling issues running multiple GPUs.

oh ok so it's a multi-GPU issue with Windows 8 that's right? And starting at how many GPUs (in case i want to buy a second or a third GTX 750ti)?
post #759 of 1291
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Originally Posted by darude View Post

The card is OCed, it's this one:
http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N750Ti_TF_2GD5OC.html#overview

Actually I don't know how I can OC ever more under linux. I don't know where I can find a decent howto for BIOS modification under linux. I am a newbie with cudaminer and Nvidia mining. Can you just give me few pointers? If it is impossible under linux, then ok, I accept, just I need to know ;-)
My aim is to get at least 300 khash/s somehow, and this card can do it, I have read it on the net.

Thanks,
Dan

Sorry Dan. I'm not into LINUX. Can't even say if it's, or not, possible with it.
For Windows is pretty easy to OC up to 300KHs.
post #760 of 1291
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post

Sorry Dan. I'm not into LINUX. Can't even say if it's, or not, possible with it.
For Windows is pretty easy to OC up to 300KHs.

Hmm. And under Windows, is the OCing permanent? So if I set it under Windows, it will stay that way and be OCed in Linux also? Or that is only for that current Windows session?
Also, do you need to BIOS mod for being able to OC under Windows?

Thanks,
Dan
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