need some advise please

fivel_976

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so i started using my gaming pc to mine when im not using it since i leave it run 24/7 might as well. im running windows 7 64 bit, 20gb of ddr3 ram amd fx 6350 at 4ghz cpu, and 2 rx 580s one is a power dragon 8gb and a sapphire nitro+ 4 gb. i have the newest amd adrenalin 2020 installed im using better hash and when mining eth my cards only get about 10 mh/s from what i read should be doing over 20 right out of the box really would like to get alot closer to 25 to 30 any help would be great thanks
 

roaringsx

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You have 2 options, either install windows 10 and run them in compute mode or follow the instructions on this page for compute mode in windows 7. I can confirm that you can get 20+ in windows 7 as I have 2 systems with this method with RX580 getting 31MH/s per card mining etherium.

Good luck.
 

fivel_976

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You have 2 options, either install windows 10 and run them in compute mode or follow the instructions on this page for compute mode in windows 7. I can confirm that you can get 20+ in windows 7 as I have 2 systems with this method with RX580 getting 31MH/s per card mining etherium.

Good luck.
is the compute mode missing in windows 7?
 

fivel_976

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so i upgraded to windows 10 but i still dont see the option to turn on compute mode?
 

fivel_976

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anyone know how to enable compute mode i have windows 10 i go to radeon settings global settings and i dont see any thing for workload
 

serial__thrilla

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anyone know how to enable compute mode i have windows 10 i go to radeon settings global settings and i dont see any thing for workload
right click on desktop space somewhere,
click Radeon Contol Panel ( or whatever it's called),
global setting, gaming,
click the name of the Graphics Card,
a new menu will open up,
depending on what version of Catalyst you have, it'll be a tile on the bottom-left,
if you are on the 2020 Catalyst version, you will just have a column-like list of settings to tweak,
scroll down a bit until you see Advanced,
expand it, you will get a longer column-like list,
scroll all the way to the bottom,
the option to toggle between Gaming and Computer is the 2nd to last one.

My currently running rigs are all nVidia, my AMD rigs decided to brick themselves yesterday, otherwise I would've posted screenshots.
Or you can do an image search on google, if my description didn't help.
 
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