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post #1 of 1135 (permalink) Old 12-04-2013, 04:07 PM - Thread Starter
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I decided to start a thread to serve as a database to compare cpu mining performance accross architectures and clock speeds.
I need you guys to post a screenshot mining protoshares and primecoins at ptsweb.beeeeer.org / ypool.net and www.beeeeer.org.
Also, if you can mine for 24hs, go to this site: http://xpm.syware.de/
Then input your xpm address and post a screenshot as well. That way we know how many xpm/day each setup produces. I think there's a similar site for PTS but not sure.

Instructions:

  • Download the proper miner from each respective site
  • Extract the windows binaries to a folder of your choosing
  • Edit the included bat file with your details (it's easy, ask if you don't understand how)
  • Post your chains per day for primecoin and c/m for protoshares and a screenshot for each program, after mining for 10 minutes. Include type of miner and settings used (threads, memory mode, instruction set)


We can draw useful conclusions from this collective effort.
What do you say? Feel like making a few bucks and helping out your fellow ocn'ers? We can all profit from this endeavor, it'll help us invest in the right gear.
We also have the fastest cpus around, I'm sure we outgun all other miners on the planet with our userbase. biggrin.gif

Example:

Stock clocks:




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Primecoin: 1.746 cpd
Protoshares: 128.7 c/m (8 threads, 26 memory mode, avx intel)
CPU: i7 3820 @ 3.6ghz
Ram: 2x2gb 2000mhz cl9-9-9-24-2t
Board: 100mhz bclk x79

EDIT: After primecoin's difficulty retarget, chains per day numbers changed drastically. You'll get 5.83% of your former CPD apparently now.
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post #2 of 1135 (permalink) Old 12-04-2013, 04:20 PM
 
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PTS

i5 2500K 4.5Ghz 1600Mhz Dual Channel 9-9-9-36
150c/m 4.8Sh/m



i7 920 3.0Ghz 1400Mhz Dual Channel 9-9-9-24
110c/m 3.6Sh/m


@ivanlabrie Your i7 is only clocked a bit higher than my i5, and you are getting almost twice the speed. Which version of miner are you using?
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I'll bite. It'll take me a bit to gather the collective output of all the miners I have going.
Code:
32.6 c/m  0.9 sh/m
41.7 c/m  1.3 sh/m
45.4 c/m  2.5 sh/m
51.0 c/m  0.8 sh/m

Lines 1-3 are the linux variants of xolominer and line 4 is the 0.7 RC0 Windows variant of xolominer.

The first 2 are using the HP Cloud VPS service (2 vCPU's each, Core2Duo T2xxx series), and line 3 is the MS Azure service using 8 cores (Xeon 5xxx series).

Line 4 is an i5 2520M running at 2.5Ghz.

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Just got it set up on my lowly A6-3400M OCed to 2.2Ghz just for some experimentation. Laptop runs a little too hot for my liking though so I have to figure out a better clock/voltage config. I will play around with protoshares on my Phenom II x4 and A10-6800k this weekend.


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Very nice! Thanks for participating guys, this will be a useful resource for everyone. Gotta love cpu mining biggrin.gif
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Am now running the AVX version of the miner on my i5 2500k. It is clocked to 4.6GHz, but I am only running the PTSminer on 3 cores because running 4 cuts into my hash rate for LTC mining on my 7950.



Also, my A6-3400m is now getting around ~49 c/m @ 2.2GHz. Not too shabby for a mobile chip!


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I tried PTS mining on 3 threads with the AVX program before and it would BSOD on me.. crap, I don't think my OC is stable enough!
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play with the amount of memory per thread... check the readme out.
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Would it be worthwhile to run this on a litecoin rig to knock two birds out with one stone?

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Would it be worthwhile to run this on a litecoin rig to knock two birds out with one stone?
Yes.

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