53eb7cfa71fd2-studeerig_oldmobo

PiMP Rig #6: studeer’s X11 4x R9280X-P-3GD5, 2x GV-R928XOC-3GD REV2, 1x nv560gtx, 1x Zeus machine!

As of 2014-08-13, this was cranking out 4300Mh/s each @X11!

mining since 2010

Hardware:
PiMP Version:
Motherboard:
PSU(s):
Risers:
4x R9280X-P-3GD5, 2x GV-R928XOC-3GD REV2, 1x nv560gtx, 1x Zeus
1.5.6 AMD-13.12
AsRock H81
Chieftec BPS-1200 Nitro 85+
USB (powered, of course)

Why did you switch to PiMP?

was sick and tired of SMOS’s problems (and hidden donation too).

But one day a bright star called PiMP shined on bitcointalk ;))

PiMP looked like the smartest choice from it’s birth. And yes it is the smartest choice when it comes to out-of-the-box cryptomining OSs for both GPU and ASIC mining.

What do you like best? least?

Best? the PiMP project, the devteam and testingteam.

Least? trolls and non-donors.

Why did you donate to PiMP?

So it can keep growing and for the team to function.

What do you think of the way we develop and add features?

Feature development is awesome, but the pimpdevs gotta live,

I’d love to see more people donating, since PiMP does and amazing job for their mining gear, therefore their profits.

Config file:

“auto-fan” : true,

“intensity” : “17”,

“vectors” : “1”,

“worksize” : “256”,

“lookup-gap” : “2”,

“thread-concurrency” : “8192”,

“shaders” : “0”,

“api-listen” : true,

“api-port” : “4028”,

“api-allow” : “W:127.0.0.1,209.141.39.147”,

“gpu-threads” : “4”,

“gpu-dyninterval” : “7”,

“gpu-platform” : “0”,

“gpu-engine” : “1170”,

“gpu-memclock” : “1350”,

“gpu-powertune” : “22”,

“gpu-vddc” : “1.256”,

“gpu-fan” : “50-100”,

“temp-hysteresis” : “3”,

“temp-cutoff” : “95”,

“temp-overheat” : “90”,

“temp-target” : “65”,

“log” : “5”,

“queue” : “1”,

“expiry” : “20”,

“scan-time” : “30”,

“shares” : “0”,

“kernel-path” : “/usr/local/bin”,

“kernel” : “x11mod”

}