It does not affect performance at all, OR a little.
hmm, I just tested again and it spiked up to 1250H/s for 5 minutes then dropped to 1150-1200H/s. I guess 1250H/s might be top speeds because my setup can't sustain that hashrate for a long run.
Win 10 pro.
4gb per system.
PS. I don't know why I got 10+H/s more hashrate from Intel motherboard, maybe the bios setting is different. Testing E5-2470 on ASUS Z9NA got around 875-880H/s avg, same config.
2651v2 is really messy coz of its very low clockspeed.
I somehow got around 800-900h/s by using a combination of low-power mode(4M per core) and standard mode (2M per core).
avoid this processor unless you can grab for cheap.
unfortunately I can't remember these settings anymore since I...
just bought some cpu to test.
All of them are diskless
Hashrates are from 30mins average.
2x E5-2470 + 1x 4GB 2Rx8 1333 + Intel S2400SC + 350W Gold PSU
= 890H/s using XMRig 20 Threads
10 Cores Total Enabled. (5+5 with HT)
155W (150W with fan removed)
~30C ambient temp
5.5+ Hash per watt.
yes, dedicated mining rigs. I open a small second-hand computer store in Thailand, I have 9 of E5-2450 and 10+ of X5650/L5640 laying around my office waiting to ship to customers. well, my answer is like Marsh, too much server hardwares.
Few years ago, I always believed that GPU...
ok, thats make sense. after a week of tuning to get the best perf/watt ratio, my dual E5-2450 got ~810H/s@145Watts with 18 threads, one 16GB ram stick runs at 800Mhz PC3L DDR3 4X4, onboard gpu and 4 Cores disabled (2 cores disabled each socket).