RandomSFX Mining Benchmarks

Would be cool if everyone could share their hashrate performance on the computers they’re mining from.

Standard format:

CPU, Memory, Operating System, Hashrate.

Example:

  • AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, 16GB DDR4 3200MHz CL16 (2 x 8GB), Windows 10, 4889H/s
  • Intel Core i7-7700K, 32GB DDR4 3000MHz CL15 (4 x 8GB), Windows 10, 2463H/s

Looking forward to seeing the numbers!

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Intel Core i5-2540M, 8GB RAM, Windows 7 Pro, 540H/s

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AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz, 16GB , Win10, up to 4.1 KH/s

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Intel® Xeon® E3-1225 v5 3.30GHz, 32GB, Ubuntu 18.04LTS, up to 2025.8 H/s

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Intel i7 3540M, 8GB DDR3, Windows 10, 600 h/s on daemon three threads, 1 Kh/s on xmrig two threads, huge pages on. All solo mining.

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Intel i3 4130, 8GB DDR3, Win7 630h/s,
AMD FX-6300 ,32 GB DDR3, Win7 720h/s.
mining using xmrig.

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Intel Core i7-4770, 32GB DDR3, Ubuntu 18.04, Huge Pages enabled, 2338h/s

Via Safex Rig -> Local Safex Node

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AMD R5 3600 4.15ghz locked, 16GB ddr4, windows, Huge pages enabled, 6650h/s

Safex rig

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Man that’s pretty tight. What spec is your memory running at?

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Cl14 3200mhz

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ryzen 1800x unclocked 3900+

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Intel Core i5-6600K, 3.9GHz, 32GB RAM, Win 10, 936 H/s

I feel like my hashrate is too low for my setup. Likely something I can adjust in my config.json file to optimize it?

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@Rich.bate I’m getting a slightly lower rate with a similar AMD Ryzen 7 2700 (non-X version) at 4200H/s, Ubuntu 18

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i7-6700HQ, 16gb DDR3, Win10 = ~1400H/s

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