What kind of hashrate did you get this way? And how many threads were you running?
I don't think this works. At least i'm getting under 600h/s regardless of what settings i use in stak.
The low power treads also give a lower hashrarte than two normal threads.
Thanks for the info, i'm looking for a card for my desktop that could also mine at nights. And don't want to waste a vega for it.
This might be an interesting card, as it games enough fine for me and is cheap & has low power consumption.
Try xmrig, it usually gives a bit more. And at least in windows, you really need to open the miners first thing when you boot up, to get all the available cache. It seems to be the magic trick in getting constant 600h/s.
And yes, if you got two cpus then you need to run two miners on both nodes...
Ok, 60mb cache :) Thats a lot of cache... 20 threads. I get 600h/s with my e5-2680v2 that has only 25mb cache running 12 threads.
So, it really seems it's just about the cache. You have 1.6 times the threads... and almost 1.6 times higher hashrate. Your max peaks are almost spot on with the 1.6...
You are mining cryptonight-lite, its about 3.5x higher hashrate than the cryptonight algo. So just divide your hash rates by 3.5 and it will be approximately comparative to the results posted in this thread.
I tried it, but could not get it to work. Ill try again today, was starting to get tired yesterday while conffing it. I was just pissed about why make a program that requires you to calculate hex codes. Why not make a program that speaks human, like stak.
I have 7 cores enabled, so 14 threads...
Ok, good.. apparently i can do this in windows also. This helps out as now i can affine my gpu mining on a core that is not used in cpu mining.
START ["title"] [/D path] [/I] [/MIN] [/MAX] [/SEPARATE | /SHARED]
[/LOW | /NORMAL | /HIGH | /REALTIME | /ABOVENORMAL | /BELOWNORMAL]
How do i run a miner specifically on one or the other cpu? Do i just affine the threads to the cores, by counting the first 2
... well, that seems to work.. i got almost 1200h now (about 1150h/s) with two miners running
Thanks for the tip, i would have not thought about running two separate...