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Title: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: trankil on December 19, 2013, 02:21:07 pm
hello

i propose to open a thread where we can put our result by processor

i'm starting :

AMD Phenom II X4 B97 3.2 Ghz  : 0.4hs /min 8 thread

AMD Phenom II  X4 820  2.87 Ghz  : 0.4 hs /min 8 thread

AMD Phenom X4 965  0.58388289  hs /min

i5 2430M 0.83 hpm

 I5 2500K  : 1.1

My i5 2500k stock clock is running at 1.3 H/m. (idle process)

x2 Intel Xeon L5420 @ 1.22 H/m

i5 2.4ghz  1.523

AMD A10-6800K 4.1GHz 1.58HPM

i5 [email protected] ~ 1.6hash/min

i5 3570k: 1.68 hs /min

Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU           X5650  @ 2.67GHz  4 thread  1.75   hs /min

aws c1.8xlarge  Intel Xeon-family         /     1.8 hpm

3570k, at 4.2GHz,  1.93 hashes/min.

i5 2500K @ 4.1 GHz = 1.957 hash/min on the mmcpool

Intel i7-3612QM 2.10Ghz  :  2.17 hs/min 8 thread

Core i7 3770K   : 2.1

fx-6300 @ 3.5GHz - 2.2 hpm

i5-2500k @3.3 GHz (not overclocked) 2,2 HPM

E5620 => 2.3 hpm , 2.4 hpm (8 gb ram)

i7 3610qm - 2,4 (8 thread)

amd fx-8320 2.44

i7-3630QM : 2.48

i7 2600 2.56 hpm

E3 1230 V2  2.9-3.1HPM 8threads

i7-2600 => 2.8 hpm , 2.9 hpm (16 gb ram)

Mac OS X 10.8 x64 (mmcminer): Core i7 3720QM 2.6Ghz - 8 threads, 3.00 hpm.

AMD 8 Core FX-8350 - Windows 8 x64 = 2.95 hpm / Ubuntu 12.04 x64 = 3.3 hpm

E3-1245 V2 @ 3.40GHz => 2.9 hpm, 3.1 hpm (32 gb ram)

3930k @ 3.5Ghz  : 3.09

E3-1230 V3 : hashespermin" : 3.09464864

i7-2600k  3.18347856

E5-2650L(Engineering Sample),Max 2.1Ghz(turbo boost mode),  3,2 hpm
3770k @4,2GHz 3,8 h/m Win7 64bit


AMD 3850 @ 4.4 ghz 3.55 hpm, total cost of build 380$

[email protected] GHz - 4

[email protected] GHz - 4.1

4770k @ 5ghz  4.1


Double Opteron 4356  4.56202554,

2 x L5639 (24 thread) : 5.3 h/m

 i7 3930K @ 4.5GHz - 5.3 hpm

aws c3.4xlarge  Intel Xeon E5-2680    /     5.4 hpm

Dual L5639(total 12 core 24 thread ) =>  5.5 hpm (24 gb ram) => 24 thread

DUAL L5639 OPTIMIZED   6.2 hpm

x2 [email protected] ~ 6.8hash/min(-t 256)

Dual Xeon 5670 AES-NI @ 8,5 Hs/min 32 threads

Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 0 @ 2.00GHz - Ubuntu 12.04 x64 = 8.2 hpm

aws c3.8xlarge  Intel Xeon E5-2680      /  10.6 hpm

EC2 cc2.8xlarge E5-2670 @ 2.6GHz (32 vCPU/Windows): ~ 10hpm

Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v2 @ 2.60GHz - Ubuntu 12.04 x64 = 10.1 hpm




4x 4770k @ 5ghz  16.0


il you like this tread you can giveaway  MMC : MTxecTRmb6Gs4wu4jsftJSHSuowiV3o6tF


in a table display  http://mmcwiki.com/memorycoin_mining_intel_hardware_comparison

Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Djemi on December 19, 2013, 02:35:08 pm
2 x L5639 (24 thread) : 5.3 h/m
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: ptsomsk on December 19, 2013, 02:53:55 pm
[email protected] GHz - 4.1
[email protected] GHz - 4
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: trankil on December 19, 2013, 03:22:23 pm
ok i update thread
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: chida on December 19, 2013, 04:03:36 pm
i7 3610qm - 2,4 (8 thread)
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 19, 2013, 04:18:09 pm
Does your RAM Bus speed make a difference in H/m?

My i5 2500k stock clock is running at 1.3 H/m. (idle process)
x2 Intel Xeon L5420 @ 1.22 H/m
ARM Samsung Exynos 4412 Prime @ 0.09 H/m
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: jorneyflair on December 19, 2013, 05:04:06 pm
E3 1230 V2  2.9-3.1HPM 8threads
E3 1230 V3  3.0-3.3HPM 8threads

Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: nomullet on December 19, 2013, 05:21:34 pm
AMD 3850 @ 4.4 ghz 3.55 hpm, total cost of build 380$
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Montaxx on December 19, 2013, 09:26:01 pm
Core 2 Duo E7200 @ 2.8 GHz - 0.3hpm
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: cass on December 19, 2013, 09:32:32 pm
aws c3.8xlarge  Intel Xeon E5-2680      /  10.6 hpm
aws c3.4xlarge  Intel Xeon E5-2680    /     5.4 hpm
aws c1.8xlarge  Intel Xeon-family         /     1.8 hpm
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: trankil on December 20, 2013, 01:08:44 pm
updated
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: chida on December 20, 2013, 08:04:35 pm

4x 4770k @ 5ghz  16.0

mainboard?
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: agran on December 21, 2013, 03:32:23 am
AMD 8 Core FX-8350 - Windows 8 x64 = 2.95 hpm / Ubuntu 12.04 x64 = 3.3 hpm
2x Xeon 8 Core E5-2650 2.00 GHz - Ubuntu 12.04 x64 = 10.1 hpm
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 21, 2013, 04:10:15 am

4x 4770k @ 5ghz  16.0

mainboard?

Eh, that must price inefficient for $ per H/m (fades)


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Dual Xeon L5639 - "hashespermin" : 6.18893583 with version 85400
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Djemi on December 21, 2013, 07:13:47 am

4x 4770k @ 5ghz  16.0

mainboard?

Eh, that must price inefficient for $ per H/m (fades)


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Dual Xeon L5639 - "hashespermin" : 6.18893583 with version 85400

I have the same config with 2 x5639 getting only 4.5 h/m now... Where is the trick?
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: trankil on December 21, 2013, 05:01:50 pm
updated
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 21, 2013, 05:53:13 pm

4x 4770k @ 5ghz  16.0

mainboard?

Eh, that must price inefficient for $ per H/m (fades)


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Dual Xeon L5639 - "hashespermin" : 6.18893583 with version 85400

I have the same config with 2 x5639 getting only 4.5 h/m now... Where is the trick?

I have a custom script that prevents 'watch' from abusing resources.
the miner runs as an idle process on linux by default.
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: nomullet on December 21, 2013, 06:48:47 pm
I don't believe these older xeons have the AES instruction set.


4x 4770k @ 5ghz  16.0

mainboard?

Eh, that must price inefficient for $ per H/m (fades)


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Dual Xeon L5639 - "hashespermin" : 6.18893583 with version 85400

I have the same config with 2 x5639 getting only 4.5 h/m now... Where is the trick?
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 21, 2013, 11:28:36 pm
They do not. Dual L5639 just have a ton of GHz (24 v-cores).
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: agran on December 22, 2013, 05:22:11 am
MemoryCoin2 Calc: http://bitcoind.url.ph/memorycoin2_calc.html
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: trankil on December 22, 2013, 10:42:31 am
MemoryCoin2 Calc: http://bitcoind.url.ph/memorycoin2_calc.html

thanks for the link agran !
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: luckye on December 22, 2013, 11:17:18 pm
Dual Xeon 5670 AES-NI @ 8 Hs/min 32 threads
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: nomullet on December 23, 2013, 12:47:59 am
Can't believe how expensive that LGA 1366 hardware has gotten- looks like I could sell my 2 year old computer (i7 950) for more than I paid for it...

Dual Xeon 5670 AES-NI @ 8 Hs/min 32 threads
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Djemi on December 23, 2013, 01:32:33 pm
They do not. Dual L5639 just have a ton of GHz (24 v-cores).

They have AES support according to:

http://ark.intel.com/products/48766/Intel-Xeon-Processor-L5638-12M-Cache-2_00-GHz-5_86-GTs-Intel-QPI
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: agran on December 23, 2013, 07:03:45 pm
Quote
2x Xeon 8 Core E5-2650 2.00 GHz - Ubuntu 12.04 x64 = 10.1 hpm
Please fix:
Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v2 @ 2.60GHz - Ubuntu 12.04 x64 = 10.1 hpm
Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 0 @ 2.00GHz - Ubuntu 12.04 x64 = 8.2 hpm
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 23, 2013, 09:31:10 pm
Snagged one for $69 from a wholesale dedi host :S
DUAL L5639 OPTIMIZED
(https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/50880632/DualL5639.PNG)
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: salvo0097 on December 23, 2013, 09:42:52 pm
Show di you optimize the server. In windows server 2008 r2 it runs from 4.7 band 5 hpm.
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 23, 2013, 09:43:52 pm
I'm using Linux, it always has much better performance.
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: luckye on December 24, 2013, 10:22:22 am
I'm sceptic that Linux can double the hs/min alone...
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 24, 2013, 12:22:11 pm
I'm sceptic that Linux can double the hs/min alone...

two blocks from this baby enough?
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: jpeggt on December 24, 2013, 01:34:05 pm
not sure why, but my fx-8350 @ 4.4ghz is only getting 2.8hpm (running ubuntu 13.10)  ???
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: trankil on December 24, 2013, 01:40:41 pm
updated
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: luckye on December 24, 2013, 01:57:21 pm

I'm sceptic that Linux can double the hs/min alone...

two blocks from this baby enough?

I trust you, I'm only saying that this (huge) difference can't be only referred to the Os efficiency.
I own a Dual Xeon 5670 and I'm getting about 8/9 hs/min under windows.

Maybe the problem is in the windows client...
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: BigChase on December 24, 2013, 04:15:13 pm
MemoryCoin2 Calc: http://bitcoind.url.ph/memorycoin2_calc.html

URL now redirects to a Russian hosting service. :(
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: badbonez on December 24, 2013, 09:12:46 pm
MemoryCoin2 Calc: http://bitcoind.url.ph/memorycoin2_calc.html

URL now redirects to a Russian hosting service. :(

New URL: http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html



Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 24, 2013, 11:14:10 pm
not sure why, but my fx-8350 @ 4.4ghz is only getting 2.8hpm (running ubuntu 13.10)  ???

I got that issue with one of my mining builds too, It's the mainboard. Buy a better mobo!
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: jpeggt on December 24, 2013, 11:21:07 pm
not sure why, but my fx-8350 @ 4.4ghz is only getting 2.8hpm (running ubuntu 13.10)  ???

I got that issue with one of my mining builds too, It's the mainboard. Buy a better mobo!

I'm using this motherboard "msi 990fxa-gd65". Which I not too fond of since it will only boot with a graphics card attached. Is there a better am3 board you'd recommend?
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: agran on December 24, 2013, 11:25:50 pm
Is there a better am3 board you'd recommend?
I have ASUS M5A78L-M/USB3 and my AMD 8 Core FX-8350 4.0 Ghz give 3.3 hpm.
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: jpeggt on December 24, 2013, 11:32:56 pm
Is there a better am3 board you'd recommend?
I have ASUS M5A78L-M/USB3 and my AMD 8 Core FX-8350 4.0 Ghz give 3.3 hpm.

Interesting, that was the board I was going to buy, but decided not to since it has the 760G chipset and everything I read said to get a board with 990 if you want to do any overclocking. I also have a Asrock 980DE3/U3S3 that has a fx-6300 in it, I did try running my fx-8350 on that board but it was very unstable, even at stock clock.
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: nomullet on December 25, 2013, 07:08:27 am
M5A 78L-MLX Plus 54$ at newegg.
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: TheBeardedMann on December 26, 2013, 05:36:38 am
i5 2500K @ 4.1 GHz = 1.957 hash/min on the mmcpool
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: jpeggt on December 26, 2013, 06:24:47 am
i5 2500K @ 4.1 GHz = 1.957 hash/min on the mmcpool

with mmcpool mining on ubuntu 13.10 I'm getting this:

fx-8350 @ 4GHz - 3 hpm
fx-6300 @ 3.5GHz - 2.2 hpm
i7 3930K @ 4.5GHz - 5.3 hpm
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: s4l1h on December 26, 2013, 12:13:21 pm
Tested Ubuntu +Debian (8 thread)
E3-1245 V2 @ 3.40GHz => 2.9 hpm, 3.1 hpm (32 gb ram)
E5620 => 2.3 hpm , 2.4 hpm (8 gb ram)
i7-2600 => 2.8 hpm , 2.9 hpm (16 gb ram)
8 core AMD Opteron  4171  => 0.9 hpm (14 gb ram)
8 core X5650 => 1.5 hpm (4 gb ram)

Dual L5639(total 12 core 24 thread ) =>  5.5 hpm (24 gb ram) => 24 thread



Tested mac os x (8 thread)
i7-3770 => 3.4 hpm,3.5 hpm (8 gb ram)
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: glitchboy on December 26, 2013, 01:22:18 pm
Mac OS X 10.8 x64 (mmcminer): Core i7 3720QM 2.6Ghz - 8 threads, 3.00 hpm.
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: reorder on December 26, 2013, 01:31:08 pm
For the sake of completeness, or just for lulz

Radeon 7870GE stock clocks - 10hpm
Radeon 280X - 15hpm
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: salvo0097 on December 26, 2013, 01:33:29 pm
For the sake of completeness, or just for lulz

Radeon 7870GE stock clocks - 10hpm
Radeon 280X - 15hpm
GPU ?
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: jpeggt on December 26, 2013, 01:36:37 pm
For the sake of completeness, or just for lulz

Radeon 7870GE stock clocks - 10hpm
Radeon 280X - 15hpm

You've got MMC to mine on a gpu? ???
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Gwynbleidd on December 26, 2013, 01:39:34 pm
3770k @4,2GHz 3,8 h/m Win7 64bit
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: kbhutto on December 26, 2013, 05:14:11 pm
EC2 cc2.8xlarge E5-2670 @ 2.6GHz (32 vCPU/Windows): ~ 10hpm

[17:09:31] Found share ...43e17022aa393528: submitting
[17:09:31] Stats: 10.095 hash/min
[17:09:31] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Accepted
[17:09:34] Found solution - 8427 / 1968 / 2552121027
[17:09:35] Found solution - 2918 / 1968 / 2626787225
[17:09:37] Found share ...e6282adbcfa91429: submitting
[17:09:37] Stats: 10.068 hash/min
[17:09:37] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Accepted
[17:09:39] Found solution - 620 / 1968 / 4175850305
[17:09:40] Found solution - 4261 / 1968 / 4253120609
[17:09:42] Found solution - 856 / 1968 / 181299850
[17:09:42] Found solution - 14702 / 1968 / 2551600901
[17:09:42] Found solution - 15246 / 1968 / 473877606
[17:09:43] Found solution - 3519 / 1968 / 2346623495
[17:09:43] Found share ...a3f785b287402476: submitting
[17:09:43] Stats: 10.068 hash/min
[17:09:44] PROOF OF WORK RESULT: Accepted
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: hayer on December 27, 2013, 06:11:17 am
x2  E5-2650  2.0 32 thread  only 3

[23:05:36] Found solution - 3441 / 1968 / 1420314637
[23:05:41] Stats: 3.256 hash/min
[23:08:07] Stats: 3.270 hash/min
[23:08:26] Stats: 3.276 hash/min
[23:08:44] Stats: 3.274 hash/min
[23:09:02] Stats: 3.281 hash/min
[23:09:21] Stats: 3.282 hash/min
[23:09:40] Stats: 3.276 hash/min

Do you think have prolem ? I run on virtual .
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: luckye on December 27, 2013, 10:07:49 am
Updating:

With minerd I'm getting 8,5 hs/min win8 dual xeon 5670 Aes-ni
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: etrock on December 29, 2013, 02:48:26 am
i5 [email protected] ~ 1.6hash/min
x2 [email protected] ~ 6.8hash/min(-t 256)
[email protected] ~ 0.375h/min
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: badbonez on December 29, 2013, 02:54:36 am
Macbook Pro 2012 Retna
i7 @ 2.6ghz, 4 threads
 ~0.76 h/m.

Didn't run it long though, wasn't able to cool the CPU to a reasonable level during the run.  Just wanted to see what it would do.

Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: stalemate on December 29, 2013, 11:27:54 am
i5-2500k @3.3 GHz (not overclocked)
Windows 7 x64

2.2 HPM

additional info: CPU-MB temp. is around 43-48 C while running 24/7
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: trankil on December 29, 2013, 06:36:34 pm
updated
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on December 29, 2013, 11:22:34 pm
For the sake of completeness, or just for lulz

Radeon 7870GE stock clocks - 10hpm
Radeon 280X - 15hpm

 :'(
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: tomorrow on January 01, 2014, 09:07:16 am
AMD A10-6800K 4.1GHz 1.58HPM
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: reorder on January 01, 2014, 09:50:45 am
For the sake of completeness, or just for lulz

Radeon 7870GE stock clocks - 10hpm
Radeon 280X - 15hpm

 :'(
Don't be sad, it is New Year after all. Anyway, you are better off spending $200 on Radeon than on AWS: in the end you will still have Radeon to play videogames!  And I hope AWS will stop annoying those who need it for real work with ridiculous limits.
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: sceneboss on January 01, 2014, 10:29:53 am
macbook pro 13.3" retina haswell i5 2.4ghz

[12:18:28] Stats: 1.523 hash/min
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: trankil on January 02, 2014, 02:55:36 pm
updated
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: luckye on January 11, 2014, 09:20:00 am

updated

Can you pls change the score of my dual 5670 from 8,5 to 11,2 ?

Thanks
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: PTPunto on February 15, 2014, 11:22:46 am
Hi,

Intel i5 4670k @ 4.6Ghz with AV2 = 14.5 HPM
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: toonces on February 16, 2014, 04:01:29 am
Dell PowerEdge R620
Dual Socket E5-2650 2Ghz 8 core 20M cache with 128GB RAM OS 64Bit Precise

MMC Agg. SPM: 25.937, HPM: 26.591; Rnds C/I: 50616/11839, Don. C/I: 594/138; Cfg/Wkr SPM: 25.937/0.8333, Cfg/Wkr HPM: 26.592/0.8310 51210 rnds AV=1, ART=72203


OpenStack 16 VCPUs 32 GB RAM

MMC Agg. SPM: 21.829, HPM: 22.198; Rnds C/I: 44284/6043, Don. C/I: 474/48; Cfg/Wkr SPM: 21.829/1.3870, Cfg/Wkr HPM: 22.198/1.3873 44758 rnds AV=2, ART=43248
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: ManeBjorn on February 16, 2014, 04:27:41 am
AMD A8-5557M Quad Core
3 threads running Yam M7m
1.79 hpm
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: MaxPWR on February 16, 2014, 05:23:38 am
Please also ask for power usage information (if available) for both idle mining, along with hpm.  See:
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2485.msg30783#msg30783
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: ManeBjorn on February 16, 2014, 06:11:29 am
I like the idea but I am not sure how to answer that on my end.
I get electricity for free.  The farm my in-laws own has a methane electricity generation plant that basically makes electricity from poop.  I don't have a meter to see what I am pulling from the wall either but once I get a few things done and save up I can get one a find out how much I am pulling.

Please also ask for power usage information (if available) for both idle mining, along with hpm.  See:
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2485.msg30783#msg30783
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: bcboy on March 18, 2014, 05:05:43 pm
At the lower end:

Core2Duo e8400, 3.0GHz, 0.38 hpm with mmcminer

i5-520M, 2.4GHz, ~2.3-2.4 hpm with yam

I do what I can...
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: filo1992 on March 28, 2014, 02:45:43 pm
hello, I have an i7 3630qm, but I can not do more than 1.4 hpm undermine what should I do??
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: p.hawks on May 15, 2014, 08:07:21 pm
Dual E5-2650 Xeon (Mac Pro 3,1) OS X 10.9.2
mmcminer 12 threads gets me 1.3 hash/min

It will sometimes spike (in the terminal window), but it doesn't get much above this for the value shown on mmcpool.com

Does anyone know if these results are typical?  Also, is there an optima code for my machine? I have 24GB of RAM, and mmcminer uses 1, and I don't see a way to let/tell it to use more
Title: Re: memorycoin Hashpermin VS processor
Post by: Delinquency on May 15, 2014, 11:14:56 pm
Dual E5-2650 Xeon (Mac Pro 3,1) OS X 10.9.2
mmcminer 12 threads gets me 1.3 hash/min

It will sometimes spike (in the terminal window), but it doesn't get much above this for the value shown on mmcpool.com

Does anyone know if these results are typical?  Also, is there an optima code for my machine? I have 24GB of RAM, and mmcminer uses 1, and I don't see a way to let/tell it to use more

Download YAM for mining. (find it on mmc-square)