[Beta] cudaHashcat-1.20 - GTX 750 TI Benchmark
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6 GPU mining rig.
Gigabyte GTX 750 TI WindForce non OC.

All GPUs are connected with USB 3.0 PCIe 1x Risers:
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Quote:cudaHashcat v1.20 starting in benchmark-mode...

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Device #1: GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 2048MB, 1110Mhz, 5MCU
Device #2: GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 2048MB, 1110Mhz, 5MCU
Device #3: GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 2048MB, 1110Mhz, 5MCU
Device #4: GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 2048MB, 1110Mhz, 5MCU
Device #5: GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 2048MB, 1110Mhz, 5MCU
Device #6: GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 2048MB, 1110Mhz, 5MCU

Hashtype: MD4
Workload: 1024 loops, 256 accel

Speed.GPU.#1.: 4146.7 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#2.: 4140.2 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#3.: 4247.4 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#4.: 4076.0 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#5.: 4197.2 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#6.: 4141.9 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#*.: 24949.5 MH/s
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Hashtype: MD5
Workload: 1024 loops, 256 accel

Speed.GPU.#1.: 2283.1 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#2.: 2287.2 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#3.: 2347.0 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#4.: 2251.0 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#5.: 2321.6 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#6.: 2291.3 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#*.: 13781.1 MH/s
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Hashtype: SHA1
Workload: 1024 loops, 256 accel

Speed.GPU.#1.: 1090.6 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#2.: 1089.8 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#3.: 1115.7 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#4.: 1062.5 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#5.: 1105.5 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#6.: 1089.7 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#*.: 6553.8 MH/s
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Hashtype: SHA256
Workload: 1024 loops, 256 accel

Speed.GPU.#1.: 418.8 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#2.: 418.7 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#3.: 428.7 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#4.: 417.4 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#5.: 425.1 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#6.: 418.4 MH/s
Speed.GPU.#*.: 2527.1 MH/s
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Hashtype: SHA512
Workload: 256 loops, 256 accel

Speed.GPU.#1.: 23725.5 kH/s
Speed.GPU.#2.: 23691.7 kH/s
Speed.GPU.#3.: 24269.0 kH/s
Speed.GPU.#4.: 23682.7 kH/s
Speed.GPU.#5.: 24018.0 kH/s
Speed.GPU.#6.: 23688.5 kH/s
Speed.GPU.#*.: 143.1 MH/s
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#2
Hey, thanks, can you please post all the other algorithms as well?
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#3
It sound's more like advert than a benchmark.
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#4
Just curious. It's the first time that I see this riser setup. Where do you connect the other end of the wire with the molex connector?
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#5
It connect's on opposite side of USB port
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#6
Thanks. Looks more reliable than the ribbon ones.
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#7
interested to know if a USB hub can be used to run multiple GPUs while connected to a single pcie x1 slot
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#8
Big Grin was it a question or some sarcasm?
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#9
no sarcasm.
my guess is no but ya never know. doesn't hurt to ask Smile
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#10
actually i don't think there's any technical reason it shouldn't work as long as your motherboard supports PCIe MR-IOV. from a technical standpoint, i don't think this would be much different from using a passive pci splitter or pci expander. or even any different from a dual gpu card for that matter.

if for some reason it didn't work though, you could just use this with a pci splitter. the usb cables are much more flexible than pci extenders, so you could get a lot more creative with it.
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