XFX ATI Radeon HD 5870 1GB Video Card -DOES NOT WORK- is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/computer-hardware/xfx-ati-radeon-hd-5870-1gb-video-card-does-not-work/
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Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 Video Card w/ Boost 11196-16 is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/computer-hardware/sapphire-radeon-hd-7950-video-card-w-boost-11196-16/
($100 USD Bounty) 1950x with a Vega 64 Crashing Often with Solid Screens [Repost]
***This problem is getting in the way of my work too often. If it's allowed, I'm willing to post a $100 USD bounty (zelle, venmo, paypal, bitcoin, gift cards) to anyone that's able to either fix the issue or single out the computer part that's causing this. Willing to escrow the hundred bucks to a trusted member or a mod. I apologize if something like this isn't allowed; feel free to take it down if it isn't.*** Description of Original Problem: This is what I mean by solid screens: https://imgur.com/a/VhtB1oT Those are pictures of my 3 monitors after a crash. It's not necessarily always a black screen when crashing or even a white one at that. It'll often be some sort of green, orange, etc. I'm honestly lost at what could be causing this. It's been happening ever since I built this computer 2-3 years ago but only once a week at most. Now with the recent task of having to record videos on OBS, it crashes every 15-30 minutes. Before using OBS it was getting bad where it was crashing once every day or two. Any general help or troubleshooting help would be greatly appreciated. I've already updated BIOS, chipset, and video card drivers to latest. -No manual overclocks of CPU and GPU. Everything just standard right out of the box. Computer Type: Desktop, custom built 2-3 years ago. GPU: I have the MSI Gaming Radeon Vega 64. Bought from this link from newegg's ebay account: https://www.ebay.com/p/2206488186?iid=382237989343 CPU: Threadripper 1950x Motherboard: Asrock Taichi x399 this one: https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/X399%20Taichi/index.asp RAM:https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-16gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram/p/N82E16820232530?Description=flare%20x&cm_re=flare_x-_-20-232-530-_-Product&quicklink=true 8 sticks of this. It was 4 sticks, set at XMP speeds, 3200mhz, but after adding 4 more, it wouldn't boot at xmp speeds so I have them at 2400 mhz currently with the same XMP timings, however. I'm not sure if this is related to the frequency of crashes but it's crashed often before I added more RAM. PSU: EVGA G3 1000W Platinum Case: Fractal Meshify C, using Noctua cooler (NH-US14S TR4-SP3) Operating System & Version: Windows 10 GPU Drivers: Latest driver automatically installed by "Radeon Software". Driver Version: 20.4.2 Chipset Drivers: AMD Chipset Drivers Revision Number: 2.04.04.111, / Release Date 4/7/2020 Background Applications: Discord, Skype, Google Chrome, other various basic software. I recently started recording lots of videos using OBS where it'll cause the same crash but very frequently (up to every 15 minutes). The crashes were somewhat bearable before but now with having to record videos, it's just gotten absolutely annoying. Troubleshooting: I'm looking for a way to troubleshoot as I don't know any other ways. I logged HWINFO sensors before a crash and all the clock speeds, voltages, and temps seem normal. Here is a log a minute before the crash. Before, it was near impossible to recreate the crash reliably but now with recording OBS, I can make it crash somewhat reliably. Here is the log (csv file) for anyone interested: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NqAjdhohWDRAQOR4166xOslPyyj0MaVa/view?usp=sharing Here's another log of a crash that happened just now with OBS. I can recreate the crash using OBS somewhat reliably. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1I5hb1gPh3-QjaVDrzuXL2TbWVTs1tipU/view?usp=sharing Additional Info: I'm not sure if this information is valuable but the same crashes have happened in 3 completely different cities that I've lived in in the past 2-3 years. Also tried ddu-ing my current amd gpu drivers and installing 19.9.2. No luck there either. I have 3 monitors, middle big one is a 4k 60hz monitor, right one is a 1080p gaming 24 inch monitor 144hz but will crash even set at 60hz. Left one is an ultra wide 1080p 25 inch LG monitor, had overclocked to 75hz but will crash regardless of refresh rate again. Edit: More info the better so - Boot up drive is a Samsung 960 EVO 500GB SSD. Also have a 1TB Intel m.2 SSD, along with 2 external WD hard drives, 4TB and 8TB. Never touched the SSDs but have tried disconnecting the external hard drives and crashes still appear.
Advice on GPU upgrade for linking with Oculus Quest
Greetings knowledgeable and generous folks. Three years ago, you helped me with a build - thank you - which needs an update to the GPU. That was the time of the bitcoin mining explosion and video card prices went crazy. Here is the build I ended up with:
MSI B350 ATX Motherboard (B350 PC MATE)
Ryzen 5 1500X Processor with Wraith Spire Cooler - stock
Corsair LPX 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 DRAM 3000MHz (PC4-24000)
PNY CS1311 240GB 2.5” SATA III SSD
WD Blue 1TB SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM Hard Drive
Radeon RX 560
Cooler Master HAF 912 - Mid Tower Computer Case
CORSAIR CX650M 650W 80 PLUS BRONZE Modular Power Supply
Dell SE2717H/HX monitor
I'm thinking of replacing the GPU with something like a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080/2070 so I can link my Oculus Quest (the AMD chips seem to be buggy with Oculus), and improve the viewing experience on my monitor. I play World of Tanks almost exclusively, but may head into Red Dead, or racing sims. I also watch Netflix on the PC. My questions: 1. I think it's OK to mix the Nvidia with the AMD CPU. Correct? 2. Would the CPU need an upgrade because of the jump in GPU? 3. Would DRAM need an upgrade? 4. Any advice either on the GPU, or video board manufacturer? I've been working from Tom's list of GPUs. Thanks in advance for lending your expertise.
EDIT: Sold for $65 to fwipsy without the HD4870 Video Card I'm trying to clear out all of my remaining DDR3/1150 parts in one bundle and have priced it accordingly. Everything except the i3 CPU and the video card in this bundle, came from a storage locker auction that appears to have been from a low-end bitcoin mining rig. The i3 CPU was previously running in my TS140 before I upgraded it and the HD4870 was just laying around looking for a new home. Everything works like it should and has been tested together. Just add your case, power supply and drive. Note: The Pentium G3320 doesn't support 1600MHz RAM, so if you want to use that CPU with the included parts, you'll need to use the Crucial or PNY RAM. TIMESTAMPS
AsRock H81 Pro BTC
Used / Working / Box Included
Intel Core i3 4330 3.5GHz Dual Core (54w TDP)
Used / Working / Installed
Intel Pentium G3320 3.0GHz Dual Core
Used / Working
Stock Intel Cooler
Used / Working
Crucial DDR3 1333MHz 4GB Kit (2x2gb)
Used / Working
G.Skill DDR3 1600MHz 2GB Kit (2x1gb)
Used / Working / In Packaging
PNY 4GB DDR3 1333MHz (1 Stick)
Used / Working
Sapphire Radeon HD4870 512mb Video Card
Used / Working
Price: $80 Delivered via Verified Paypal [Sold for $65 to fwipsy without the HD4870 Video Card] (includes USPS Priority shipping within the lower 48 states) Location: 92399 If interested, please leave a comment and PM me.
Im building a pc for my tech illiterate friend within the next 2 weeks who mainly plays competitive online games. The budget is £1000, but the 144hz monitor is £150, so only £850 is left for the build. I've been out of the scene for 2 years, so my current knowledge is a bit rusty, but here is what I came up with: PCPartPicker Part List
The case I plan to buy doesn't happen to be on pcpartpicker, but it costs £29 and has everything we need. I'm mainly cautious on the power supply and motherboard choice though, and I'm worried about any component price changes that might occur within the next 2 weeks. I built my computer shortly after the bitcoin phase, so graphics cards drastically changed in price every other week, so I'm not sure about the current state of component prices nowadays, especially amidst coronavirus.
Building my first rig with 6 GPUs using an Asus B250 MB, looking for advice
New member so please be gentle. I have been micro mining for a few months now (with my GTX 1060 and my new RTX 2080 ti) and want to step up my game a notch. I have my sites set on building the following system with the specs listed below so far. Any input on why I should not use a specific item or why I should use a certain item would be greatly appreciated! 1. Kingwin Bitcoin Miner Rig Case W/ 6, or 8 GPU Mining Stackable Frame x 1: I have expansion in mind with this frame. It's stackable and ounces I ROI my first rig I plan on tossing a second level on to it. This frame is currently selling for around $50. Kingwin Bitcoin Miner Rig Case W/ 6, or 8 GPU Mining Stackable Frame 2. ROSEWILL Gaming 80 Plus Gold 1600W Power Supply (HERCULES-1600S) x 1: The heart of any rig, the power! I like this one for it's 1600W and it's price. Currently running around $200. ROSEWILL Gaming 80 Plus Gold 1600W Power Supply (HERCULES-1600S) 3. ASUS B250 MINING EXPERT Motherboard x 1: This motherboard is being used with expansion in mind. I want to start with 6 GPUs then build on that. Currently running around $140. ASUS MINING EXPERT Motherboard (B250) 4. VOLADOR PCI-E Riser 1x to 16x Powered Riser Adapter Card (USB3) x 6: Standard USB 3.0 risers. They come in a six-pack for about $20. VOLADOR PCI-E Riser 1x to 16x Powered Riser Adapter Card (USB3) 5. XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition (RX-580P8DFD6) x 6: Currently cheaper than the Sapphire below. These are currently running around $170. XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition (RX-580P8DFD6) 5-ALT. Sapphire Radeon Pulse RX 580 8GB (11265-05-20G) - BACKUP CHOICE GPU: This is what I was looking at first then I found the cheaper XFX Radeon's above. These are currently running around $180. Sapphire Radeon Pulse RX 580 8GB (11265-05-20G) 6. CPU: Currently I do not have any CPUs in mind to use for this rig. I know I don't need a beefy CPU for running Windows. I plan on ONLY mining with GPUs in this rig. Suggestions are welcome! 7. Memory: Currently I do not have any memory in my sites. Suggestions are welcome! 8. Harddrive: I plan on using a simple 128GB USB thumb drive for the hard drive right now. Possibly something like an SSD if needed, but plan on using USB flash drive to start. Pros/Cons suggestions welcome! I think I my video my endeavor and show everyone how fun/frustrating it all was. Catching all the pitfalls in hopes of helping others out etc. But first I need to have a plan and that's what this is. I need to do some lite research, get a good shopping list, make a payment plan, and an ROI schedule. Any feedback that the community could give me would be very helpful because I only know about 80% of what I need to know to build this rig. The 20% is the overclocking, bios issues (MB and gpu), and general knowledge of building a mining rig. I expect there to be pitfalls and parts I didn't think of until I start the build.
Once again I am asking for your assistance. Years ago you helped me build my 1st PC. It is time to upgrade. Included pictures of battle station and other questions.
Hi everyone. My build is starting to show its age. The more I try to do, the more I see its age. at the bottom of the post you can see my current build. What is your intended use for this build? The more details the better.
Video/Picture Editing (Adobe Suite)
Streaming, Gaming (FPS/Action 1st player games)
killing time on Reddit, programming
If gaming, what kind of performance are you looking for? (Screen resolution, framerate, game settings)
Screen resolution: Was thinking 4K, but I saw this youtube video that said 4K monitors are not worth it.
Refresh rate: Want the best available. But also know I am very ignorant. 240hz?
Game settings: Would like to get the best looking game possible.
What is your budget (ballpark is okay)?
$1800 + $1200 (stimulus check...maybe if it ever gets here) = $3000
I also need to buy new monitors. so budget needs to account for that.
The rules had a link to this post about future proofing. Is that still the case. It is about 9 years old. Should I just build something every two years and buy cheap parts? That seems so wasteful.
I hate my current monitors. See pic for the reason. I need help picking a monitor. I do know that I want a widescreen. Just don't know if two or one is the dream setup. MUST WORK WITH MOUNT ARM
Corona Virus and its affect on the market. Some said that prices would go down. Others say it will go up. My hope is to have a prototype ready, and if there is a sale, I can snatch it up.
With my old parts once I upgrade. What does everyone do with them? Do you make a server? use your old graphics card to mine for bitcoin? I need Ideas. Might just build my wifey a computer with my old parts.
As many others did, I got a stimulus payment today. I also got a raise and a bonus on my last paycheck. So I'm looking to get some upgrades. I desperately need a new GPU. When I built my PC 2 years ago, I re-used my old graphics card because the bitcoin miners inflated the prices so high. So I'm looking to upgrade my CPU and GPU now. Current specs: 650W gold rated PSU, 16GB DDR4, Ryzen 1500X, Geforce GTX 960 2GB. Monitor is 1080p 60hz, but I do plan on buying a high refresh rate monitor in the future. I've already decided to upgrade the CPU to a 3600 or 3600X. That was an easy decision. My main problem is I don't have enough VRAM for anything that's come out in the past year or so. I've been looking at mid range cards like the 5600XT and 1660 Super or 2060 RTX. The thing that concerns me, is those cards only have 6GB VRAM, and in the benchmarks I've watched, I see some games are already using over 5GB. With a new console generation launching soon, I'd imagine games are going to start using more VRAM. So I really want to go with 8GB. The other thing that concerns me, is I've only ever bought one video card from team red before. That was a Radeon HD 5770. I had nothing but problems with it. It would crash and blackscreen like every 10 minutes, and I reached out on the official forums, there were quite a few of us with the same issue. I waited for the driver to fix it, never got fixed, so I ended up buying a 560 TI. Now looking at the 5600XT and 5700, I'm hearing the AMD is still having driver issues. That's a shame, because they seem to be beating Nvidia in price to performance. So now I'm considering a 2060 Super, but the price is making me hesitate. So question is, what is the best graphics card to pair with my Ryzen 3600 upgrade?
Looking for a new GPU that lasts as long as the AMD R9 290X has, supporting my motherboard
I am looking for recommendations for a new GPU. My current one is an AMD R9 290X and it's survived pretty well these past 5+ years. I'd like to upgrade to a card that performs just as well over time as my current card does. It should also support the motherboard I have (obviously), my specs are listed below. What is your intended use for this build? The more details the better. Programming / gaming / VR gaming. I just want to upgrade the GPU. If gaming, what kind of performance are you looking for? (Screen resolution, framerate, game settings) It should support the Valve Index. Let's also say it should support Red Dead Redemption 2 at max settings? Not too fixated on it supporting the max of max, but it would be good. What is your budget (ballpark is okay)? (GPU only) I guess I got the previous one (in 2014) at £300, so I guess I'd say £300 now. But y'know, Brexit & bitcoin may have inflated prices a little bit. I am happy to go over this budget. I have no idea how the prices have changed since 2014. In what country are you purchasing your parts? United Kingdom Post a draft of your potential build here (specific parts please). Consider formatting your parts list. Don't ask to be spoonfed a build (read the rules!). PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant (doesn't include SSD/RAM upgrades)
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-08-31 21:14 BST+0100
Provide any additional details you wish below. Five years ago I was helped by many useful people on /buildapcforme, and ended up with this build. The AMD R9 290X has held up pretty well although nowadays I have to be a little more selective on which settings I set to "Ultra". Unfortunately I just got a Valve Index and apparently the Valve Index doesn't support R9 cards. Since then I've upgraded the SSD and got more RAM. I would really appreciate recommendations for a new card that holds up as well as the R9 290X did. i.e. a card that should suit me well for five years, like my current card has. Thank you!
Venezuela’s largest department store will install blockchain-enabled cash registers in its 49 retail outlets. The megastore operator Traki announced August 22, it will integrate Singapore-based Pundi X’s point-of-sale device, XPOS, to offer a cryptocurrency payment rail for shoppers. Already available in 30 countries, Pundi aims to sell 100,000 XPOS devices by 2021. This is part of the firm’s plan to introduce cryptocurrencies for everyday use, through an ecosystem of financial products like its XPASS crypto debit cards and Xwallet. The XPOS payments system supports payments in a range of cryptocurrencies including BTC, ETH, Binance’s BNB stablecoin, as well as Pundi X’s own NPXS and NPXSXEM tokens.
Top cryptocurrency exchange Binance is launching an open blockchain project “Venus” focused on developing localized stablecoins worldwide. In an announcement published on Aug. 19, the exchange argues it is well-positioned to launch such a currency ecosystem in light of its existing public chain technology, Binance Chain, wide user base and already established global compliance measures. The exchange says it is seeking partnerships with governments, corporations, technology firms, and other cryptocurrency and blockchain projects in order to develop a new currency ecosystem that will empower both developed and developing countries. Binance’s ambitious new venture appears to compete directly with plans from social media titan Facebook to launch a fiat-pegged stablecoin, Libra, that would power a global crypto payments network embedded into the company’s three wholly-owned apps: WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram.
One of the largest mobile providers in Austria is planning to accept cryptocurrency for payment at certain store locations. A1, which services some 5.1 million mobile and 2.1 million fixed lines across Austria, is testing cryptocurrency payments at store locations across Austria. Dash, ethereum, litecoin, stellar and XRP will be available for payment, according to a report by Austrian tech news site Futurezone. The pilot program will also host payments for Alipay and WeChat Pay by the end of August. As of now, Futurezone listed seven initial locations accepting cryptocurrency payments across Austria. Moreover, A1 told Futurezone that the payment option is not only for local Austrians but increasingly geared toward tourists.
Ukraine’s top law-enforcement and counterintelligence agency uncovered crypto mining equipment on site at a nuclear power plant. According to local media reports, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) confiscated six Radeon RX 470 GPU video cards, a motherboard, power supplies and extension cords, a USB and hard drive, and cooling units installed in the South Ukrainian Nuclear Power Plant on July 10. All of the equipment was located in a single office, No. 104, in the administrative wing separate from the power facility, from the state-owned Energoatom enterprise. The power plant is registered as a state secret and outside computer equipment is not authorized to enter the property. The same day, a National Guard of Ukraine branch uncovered additional crypto mining equipment at same nuclear plant. In this search and seizure, 16 GPU video cards, 7 hard drives, 2 solid-state drives and router were uncovered.
Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Rakuten Wallet has launched trading a year after acquiring Everybody’s Bitcoin. Confirmed in a press release on Aug. 19, Rakuten Wallet, which is a subsidiary of Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten, said spot trading of three cryptocurrencies — Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) — was now live. In future, developers plan to release an app for iOS and Android, use of which will be mandatory for deposits and withdrawals. The exchange joins a rapidly expanding ecosystem on the Japanese market, with multiple competitors vying for a slice of the domestic cryptocurrency trade.
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Edit: Resubmitted, original post removed due to lack of flair. After 11 years I returned to an AMD GPU. I bought a Sapphire Pulse Radeon 5700 XT about three weeks ago once the non-blower cards weren't selling out in minutes. Price at the time was $409.99. https://ibb.co/J7DvnYr Some initial thoughts: I didn't realize the power draw at idle would be so low (using Global Wattman) at 9W. I didn't know that the dual fans would actually shut off at low usage and make the card silent. It's much quieter than my old card, an EVGA 1050 Gaming, but I assume that's because it's fan is much smaller. I haven't stressed the card too much, but at least I now have something I can push for the next few years. I can't wait to get a 4k monitor and see what the card can really do. I decided to do a look back on my previous video cards: ATI 9800PRO All In Wonder (January 2005) - $245 - To pair with my NEC 19 inch CRT monitor. I could record TV on my computer, which I thought was amazing at the time (also coincidentally a month before YouTube was founded). EVGA GeForce 8800GTS (G92) (April 2008) - $280 - Much quicker than the 9800PRO, used it for a very long time, but it was really slow towards the end. EVGA 1050 Gaming (November 2017) - $105 - I got this in the middle of the bitcoin mining crisis when every card was at or over MSRP. I thought this would just be a filler card until prices came down, but that turned into about 2 years. Worked ok, but some newer games were a struggle. I do have one question. Now that I have a video card that can support 4k, do you have any suggestions on monitors? I'm currently running dual Acer monitors (24 and 21 inches), but I was thinking of dual 27 inch 4k monitors. Can the 5700 XT handle this? I'm not sure if I absolutely have to have FreeSync, and in the past I've liked Dell's monitors (currently looking at the U2718Q). Thanks!
Geez, I'm middle aged now. Help me tweak my build.
I have a toddler now, and I can't completely re-educate myself for 2019 parts, so I'm hoping you all can help me figure out if/how I'm going wrong, or if I can get better value for money.
My rig from 2010 is on its last legs, and I'm looking to replace. (In case anyone's nostalgic, it's an i5-760//4GB//Radeon HD5800)
I don't want anyone to build this for me - I'm just looking for advice. My budget is in the 600-900 range. I'm not looking to max-out my budget, but I'd love to know if there are places where I can get better value for money. I'm in Connecticut. Keyboard, mouse, speakers, and monitor are separate. I'm fine on my own with that.
Use Case - probably pretty light. Productivity: I'd like to be able to either dual-monitor or use a 4k (not both at the same time). Gaming: Single monitor, 1080P, and not necessarily the latest and greatest. I'm a patient gamer, and considering my next game will be Axiom Verge or something N64-era. Overclocking is not expected. My toddler may end up using it for awhile, but I'm sure he'll need a new one by the time he's 8 or so.
Am I wasting money with both a 2200G AND dedicated graphics? If so, will the CPU be enough for me, or ought I go with a different chip/card combo?
I kind of guessed at the Graphics card, based on the stickied builds and number of reviews. I'm happy to hear suggestions.
Do I need a separate cooleheatsink? (judging from the stickied builds, no?) Does the CPU come with a stock one?
I could save a few bucks with a 0.25TB SSD. Meh, I'll go with 0.5TB.
I could probably go for 8GB memory, but 16GB may make it last longer.
HDD reliability is pretty important to me. Any insights on manufacturer reputations are very welcome.
Boring cases are fine.
Thanks to all for your help!
Edit: Learning to format.
Edit 2: Guys, GUYS! There's been a lot of really good suggestions here. Thanks to everyone.
But we're not maxing out the budget for the sake of it. Check out the use case - or the title! I gave up on current-level graphics and FPS games some time ago. I'm not paying $250 for a graphics card (or competing with BitCoin miners).
In fact, how far could I downgrade my graphics card, and still hit my targets for desktop apps (and still be able to do much older games)? For games, let's target: "I could ably play MineCraft without gameplay problems, but the graphics might be mid-level."
Upgraded the processor - thanks, dar! The 2600X was only $10 extra so I went with that. Changed the Storage solution to a SSD. - thanks lild. Changed PSU. - thanks lild. Removed Windows 10 - will look into that, but it's not something that needs to go into compatibility/performance discussions.
**Disclaimer** [Still testing, and Tuning but the new AMD RDNA Architecture is new and not only is AMD still optimizing drivers, the mining Developers who DO NOT get GPU's sent to them, are still working on optimizations. Please be patient with me as I continue to test and allow sufficient time for new miners to be developed.] Same stuff different day just as with the RX 590 Fatboy and RTX 2080, I will be testing the RX 5700 over time as new miners come out, to compare price to performance for mining. Below are some of my results when testing the new AMD RX 5700 (Non XT) graphics card mining performance, now I was only able to get a few working. I did some videos on its Gaming performance and the "SoftPowerPlayTables" mod from Igor's Lab at Tom's Hardware, which allowed the RX 5700 to really stretch its legs. Allowing this Non-XT model to surpass the RTX 2060 Super and even get on par with the first Gen RTX 2070. Moving forward, as new miners are release I will update my numbers and test when I can. ***UPDATE: 7/31/19 - New Phoenix Miner 4.5c still only getting 2 - 4 Mhs, XMR Stak 2.10.7, only Algo that will run is RYO ***UPDATE: 9/15/19 - Updated Power Draw numbers, as my Watt Meter died, new one in and retested Algos below ***UPDATE: 12/14/19 - Updated and added Algos as miner support was implemented. Retesting with Radeon Adrenalin 2020 driver ***UPDATE: 1/22/19 - Updated additional miners as support was implemented. Retesting with Radeon Adrenalin 2020 driver (20.1.3) RX 5700 GPU Driver Currently in Use: Mining Performance AMD DRIVER - Adrenalin Edition 19.9.1 OverdriveNTool 0.2.8 Average temps during mining Stock Setup: 65c - 72c Aggressive Fan Curve: 40% - 75% Algo (Mining Program) / OC settings (volt mV) / Power draw Claymore Miner (Updates will Follow) [ UPDATED 9/15/2019 got new Kill-A-Watt Meter ]
ETH (Claymore Miner V 15) STOCK***
1750 Core (1037 mV) / Mem 1750 (850mV)
ETH (Claymore Miner V 15) SPPT Mod***
1900 Core (1037mV) / Mem 1800 (850mV)
ETH (Claymore Miner V 15) SPPT Mod***
1750 Core (990mV) / Mem 1850(850mV)
ETH (Claymore Miner V 15) SPPT Mod***
1750 Core (990mV) / Mem 1860 (850mV)
ETH (Claymore Miner V 15) SPPT Mod*** [Best Config]
1325Core (900mV) / Mem 1860 (850mV)
Claymore Miner (Updates will Follow) [ UPDATED 9/15/2019 got new Kill-A-Watt Meter ]
ETH (Phoenix Miner) STOCK***
1750 Core (1037 mV) / Mem 1750 (850mV)
ETH (Phoenix Miner) [Best Config]
1250 Core (750 mV) / Mem 1850 (850 mV)
ProgPow | BCI - Bitcoin Interest (ethminer not working on Navi ATM)
Please suggest alternate parts for new budget/midrange PC
My 10-year old gaming system has finally bit the dust after many years of loyal service. Worth knowing: -I don't play anything AAA. I have two young kids, and I just don't have time to devote to gaming anymore. I would like to play X-COM 2. -I have two hard drives I can salvage from the old one, because they're recent upgrades: A Micron 500GB SATA SSD and a WD 2 TB hard drive. -I'd also like to keep the two 5.25" drives I have: A DVD burner and Blu-Ray player. -It's in my bedroom, and my wife will be displeased with a ridiculous looking case, or a loud PC. No LEDs, please. That said, this is what I'm thinking. I'd like to keep it around $500-600, if I can. PCPartPicker Part List
VideoCardz.net Graphics Cards Database. VideoCardz.net VideoCardz.com AMD Graphics Cards MSI Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB GAMING M. Jul 20. MSI Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB GAMING MX. Jul 20. BIOSTAR GeForce GTX 1650 4GB EXTREME. Jul 16. BIOSTAR GeForce GTX 1660 6GB EXTREME. The AMD Radeon RX580 is one of the most outstanding GPUs for mining, so much so that it is a bit of a victim of its own success, as it can sometimes be difficult to find. The AMD Radeon VII, however, creates about 90 MH / s and costs only about 740 euros, and thus significantly less at the same time much higher performance. Given the gigantic difference, we can also put it straight to the point: If you buy the graphics card really only for mining, there is no reason to look at the offers of NVIDIA at all. Best Graphics Cards for Cryptocurrency Mining that includes Zcash, Ethereum and Bitcoin Mining. These AMD and Nvidia graphics cards have lower power consumption and high computational performance for Bitcoin and Altcoins mining. You can use these mining graphics cards with mining motherboard and can set up your cryptocurrency mining rig for making money online. For a brief moment earlier this week, PC gamers looking to upgrade their rigs with the latest video cards from AMD or Nvidia felt some hope. The bitcoin-like cryptocurrency Ethereum that is
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