Maximum hash rate on CPU

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aliveri
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Sun Aug 13, 2017 3:46 pm

Hi,

What is the maximum hash rate you have achieved on CPU? What is your setup like?

Thanks

vanv101
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Mon Aug 21, 2017 3:48 am

The highest hash rate I have for a single system is a 4x Opteron 6274 with 64GB DDR3. It has a hashrate of ~12,400 H/m.

aliveri
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Mon Aug 21, 2017 4:00 pm

vanv101 wrote:
Mon Aug 21, 2017 3:48 am
The highest hash rate I have for a single system is a 4x Opteron 6274 with 64GB DDR3. It has a hashrate of ~12,400 H/m.
Is there a mining calculator available? I have looked every where but no calculator is found.

vanv101
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beercules
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Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:02 pm

That spreadsheet is pointless, its a combination of cpuminer and wallet mining results. It also doesn't take into account the difficulty increases over the past few months.

A great example is the XU4, its absolutely useless today for mining. You're wasting your time and money investing in SBC for verium mining because of the difficulty increases.

What's really important is how long you can keep your hash rate online, the longer its online the more coin it will make, my advice is focus on low power and low heat CPUs. I've had great success with L5630, L5640 CPUs which are rated as low as 40watts have a OK hash rate, draw less than 100watts for total system and stay under 40c with low noise levels (using HP DL380 G6).

Good luck.

Beercules

aliveri
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Wed Aug 23, 2017 6:17 pm

beercules wrote:
Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:02 pm
That spreadsheet is pointless, its a combination of cpuminer and wallet mining results. It also doesn't take into account the difficulty increases over the past few months.

A great example is the XU4, its absolutely useless today for mining. You're wasting your time and money investing in SBC for verium mining because of the difficulty increases.

What's really important is how long you can keep your hash rate online, the longer its online the more coin it will make, my advice is focus on low power and low heat CPUs. I've had great success with L5630, L5640 CPUs which are rated as low as 40watts have a OK hash rate, draw less than 100watts for total system and stay under 40c with low noise levels (using HP DL380 G6).

Good luck.

Beercules
Thanks for the input. I have seen that spreadsheet before and it was not even working at that time. Now it is working but you are right it doesn't help much.

What is the expected hashrate on following CPUs with 24 to 32 GB of RAM running Windows? Can use Linux if it gives more hashrate.

L5630
E3-1230v2 Quad Core 3.4Ghz
Opteron Octa Core 2.4Ghz

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beercules
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Wed Aug 23, 2017 6:55 pm

I'm using windows 7, because its free :)

I can use AID64 for temperatures and watch Task Manager for preformance. I use a single ssd and bypass raid controllers wherever I can, rule of thumb is less componets used, less that can fail.

2 x L5630 = 35h/s
2 x x5650 = 61h/s
1 x Opteron 6212 = 22h/s
1 x Opteron 6724 = 52h/s
2 x Opteron 6724 = 100h/s
1 x 6800k = 56h/s
1 x 7700k (overclocked @5ghz and watercooled) = 44h/s

I'm waiting on a bunch of parts for some more servers, I may end up doing a linux install on USB, I can post my rates when I attempt that.

Beercules!

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