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Gave around a 2-3x boost in hashing rates

GTX 750 Ti - 12~15MH - Galaxy GC 2GB
GTX 770 - 10~12MH - Zotac 4GB
GTX 780 - 20~22MH - Asus Direct CU, EVGA reference
GTX 780 Ti - 24~28MH - Gigabyte WF
GTX 750M - 3MH - Stupid a$$ Dell


Will try and get wattage details when i'm not remotely configuring all of these.

Edit: Updated with brands and models
Edited by xartic1 - 3/27/14 at 1:06pm
post #812 of 1291
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Are you using precision, and do you have the Power Target/Temp Target Link ticked? Mine was all over until I unticked that.

Yep... Precision with Link ticked.
No difference if I "untick".
post #813 of 1291
Almost everyone uses -v parameter as 512 on ccminer.

Is there any other value that could bring better mining results in the actual 750's ccminer's context?
post #814 of 1291
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post

Almost everyone uses -v parameter as 512 on ccminer.

Is there any other value that could bring better mining results in the actual 750's ccminer's context?

-v, --vote Heavycoin block vote (default: 512)

Source: Readme
post #815 of 1291
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I'll post some numbers later, for the 6 pin-less Zotac single fan model.

I think part of the advantage of these gpus is the reduced power consumption which translates into cheaper psu's, but it's kinda pointless if you still have to use molex to 6 pin adapters or get a bigger psu to get some connectors for the cards. tongue.gif

Also, the tdp mod is not something I'd do for a farm setup, I'd just grab the stock cards without a 6 pin connector and mount them on an H81 pro btc+g3220 combo with 8gb of ram and winblows (for now) or mod the bios to get an OC and use linux.

Hi Ivan!

I would like to get some info from you about "OC and use linux". How exactly can I do this? How do I OC exactly to be able to use it OCed in linux and get about 300 kh/s (scrypt, 750ti)?
Please help me, I cannot seem to find any info for this, only for Windows users, but I only have Linux. If I need to make some BIOS hack or anything under Windows, I can solve it, but I need to know exactly what my options are and perhaps a howto!

Thank you,
Dan
post #816 of 1291
So which ones require 6 pin?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate 1Tb Samsung 840 SSD Sony 22X Dual Format/Double Layer DVD±R/±RW Hydro Series H80i 
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post #817 of 1291
haven't figured it out yet. I'm using windows sorry.
post #818 of 1291
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-v, --vote Heavycoin block vote (default: 512)

Source: Readme

I know that, but I want to know if changing it can bring some better results.
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I know that, but I want to know if changing it can bring some better results.

Apologies if I misunderstand your question, but I think you misunderstand what it does. It doesn't affect mining in any way. Each HVC miner can vote for how many blocks will be rewarded when a block is found, they get this vote when finding an actual block I believe. Currently HVC rewards 577 per block. If you look in most HVC pools they will tell you what the expected next change in block reward is. I think the HVC ANN house an overview of how it works.
post #820 of 1291
just to clarify - that is the block reward for EVERYONE - so it doesn't do anything for you specifically
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