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Monero Mining Performance

Discussion in 'Processors and Motherboards' started by Patrick, Nov 18, 2016.

  1. Patrick

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    CPU Results (wolf's) Using (MB L3 cache/ 2) for threads
    4x Intel Xeon E7-8870 V3 = 2600H/s (NB drops to 2000 over time)
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2699 V4 = 1723H/s
    1x Intel Xeon Phi 7210 = 602H/s (case to use nproc-1)
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2698 V4 = 1572H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2698 V3 = 1463H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2690 V3 = 1100H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2658 V3 = 1050H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2650 V4 = 1047H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2650L V4 = 1031H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2683 V3 = 1014H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2680 V3 = 969H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2670 V3 = 969H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2628L V4 = 897H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2650L V3 = 874H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2630 V4 = 866H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2670 V1 = 829H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2620 V1 = 480H/s
    1x Intel Xeon E5-2630L V3 = 334H/s
    1x Intel Xeon D-1587 = 388H/s
    1x Intel Xeon D-1541 = 242H/s
    1x Intel Xeon E3-1515M V5 = 240H/s
    1x Intel Xeon D-1540 = 218H/s
    1x Intel Xeon E3-1220 V3 = 186H/s (case to use either nproc/2 or nproc-1)
    1x Intel Xeon E3-1245 V5 = 161H/s
    1x Pentium D1508 = 47H/s (case to use nproc-1)


    ARM CPU Results (thanks Fractal)
    ARM Cortex A7 (Odroid-C1) 5.9H/s (no AES)
    ARM Cortex A53 (Odroid-C2) 7.2 H/s (no AES)
    ARM Cortex A53 (Pine64) 12.5 H/s @ 4.1W (using AES instructions, thermal limited) 3H/W

    GPU Results (ccminer)
    1/4x GRID M40 GPU = 220H/s
    1x GRID M40 GPU = 880H/s
    1x NVIDIA GTX 1070 (ASUS STRIX) = 475H/s
    1x NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB (ASUS dual fan) = 431H/s
    1x NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB (EVGA ACX single fan) = 432H/s
    1x NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti 4GB (PNY) = 297H/s
    1x NVIDIA GTX 970 (ASUS STRIX) = 375H/s
    1x NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti = 205 H/s (Fractal)
    1x NVIDIA GRID K520 (AWS g2.2xlarge) = 164H/s
    1x NVIDIA K80 (one of two GPUs AWS p2.xlarge) = 209H/s

    AWS CPU Results (wolf's) Using (nproc-1) for threads
    g2.2xlarge = 321H/s
    p2.xlarge = 114H/s

    CPU/ GPU Build Results
    g2.2xlarge = 485H/s
    p2.xlarge = 323H/s
    DeepLearning01 = 649H/s
    DeepLearning02 = 347H/s

    It seems like a dual E5-2620 V4 system with two GRID M40 cards outpaces a quad E7-8890 V4 system.

    Depreciated
    CPU Results (wolf's) Using (nproc - 1) for threads
    4x Intel Xeon E7-8890 V4 = 2280H/s
    4x Intel Xeon E7-8870 V4 = 1585H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2699 V4 = 1220H/s
    1x Intel Xeon Phi 7210 = 1117H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2698 V4 = 1010H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2690 V3 = 840H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2670 V3 = 793H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2650L V3 = 720H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2620 V4 = 620H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2670 V1 = 590H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5-2630 V1 = 363H/s
    1x Intel Xeon E5-2630L V3 =270H/s
    2x Intel Xeon X5675 = 340H/s (Fractal)
    1x Intel Xeon D-1587 = 219H/s
    1x Intel Xeon E3-1220 V3 = 186H/s
    1x Intel Xeon E5-1515M V5 = 185H/s
    1x Intel Xeon D-1541 = 178H/s
    1x Intel Xeon D-1540 = 157H/s
    2x Intel Xeon E5620 = 150H/s (cafcwest)
    1x Intel Xeon E3-1245 V5 = 140H/s
    1x Pentium D1508 = 50H/s
     
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  2. Rand__

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    How so?
    650 (2620v4) + 2x220(m40) = 1090 vs 2280 ?
     
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    Ahhh
    650 (2620v4) + 2x(4 x 220(m40)) = 2410
    Got it;)
     
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  5. gigatexal

    gigatexal I'm here to learn

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    I've a 980ti coming in a few days I might give it another shot
     
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    980 TI what is this last year @gigatexal LOL, kidding :p:p
     
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    gigatexal I'm here to learn

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    Haha yeah... the 1080 was just too much considering I'm getting titan X perf for 300 aftermarket cooler et al
     
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    Another dual CPU system added. Should have GTX 1060 and maybe 1070 tomorrow.
     
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    Added GTX 1060! Ran into some issues so it took a bit longer than I had expected/ wanted. I am now going to run the 1070 (finally) then the 970.
     
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    I'll match your 980 ti and raise you a 770 ti. The numbers I've looked at for blender rendering show the 770 ti as the preferable card. NVidia killed double precision floating in their cards and there is little sign of it coming back soon to the consumer market.
     
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    CPU Results (wolf's)
    2x Intel Xeon X5675 = 340H/s (don't laugh too hard, lack of AES-NI hurts the new crypto projects)
    ARM Cortex A7 (Odroid-C1) 5.9H/s (no AES)
    ARM Cortex A53 (Odroic-C2) 7.2 H/s (no AES)
    ARM Cortex A53 (Pine64) 12.5 H/s @ 4.1W (using AES instructions, thermal limited) 3H/W

    GPU Results (ccminer)
    1x GeForce GTX 650 Ti, 92 H/s. Not much love for Kepler on this project. Too old for nvidia-smi power report too.
    1x GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 205 H/s lotsa Maxwell loving going on. nvidia-smi reports 16 watt usage
    2 x GeForce GTX 970, 890 H/s. More Maxwell loving. nvidia-smi reports 100 watt usage per card.
     
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  12. gigatexal

    gigatexal I'm here to learn

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    What kind of performance are you seeing?
     
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    @gigatexal keeping results in post 1.

    Adding Xeon D-1540 results now.
     
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    @Patrick but is the 1060 profitable with electricity when mining?
     
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    Thus far disappointed in the GTX 1070 mining performance. 475H/s seems low. What is also interesting is that the power consumption via nvidia-smi is exactly the same as the 1060. 10% more performance at the same power is not a bad result but the card costs significantly more.
     
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    gigatexal I'm here to learn

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    Hmm. Wish I had a titan X to add to the mix.
     
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    I agree

    Added GTX 970.
     
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    Commenting here not the Xeon Phi thread.

    What's the payback like if that does such a high H/s rate? Is it profitable? It's cheaper than two E5-2698 V4's right? Aren't those like $4000 each? The 7210 is what? $2500? 1/3 the cost for the same hash rate?
     
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    First of all, that is not really an optimized figure. 1.1 KH/s is like $1.68/ day with $8 XMR. That means about 7.44 year payoff excluding power and a system to put it in. 244w for those wondering.
     
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