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Hello im newAnd i was wondering if it was possible to do minning with my Imac GPU ATI Radeon 4670How much Kh'/s would it make??Thanks Wilson!
While the Imacs shares earned were considerably smaller, they were considerably more frequent than my windows machine with a dedicated graphics card.
Too many factors here to determine that the operating system made a difference. You have to list the software your using, the pools, configuration of the miners, and the hardware specs especially. All iMacs are crap in the GPU department.[/quoteNo, not really. The node is one my lan, as both my Imac and Windows mining box. While the dedicated box received much larger payouts, The Imac had more frequent payouts (smaller) in comparison. If go run a sponsored study by all means please do. I was just posting my observation.
I'm a Mac as well as a Shibe, and have so far tried mining on my late 2011 MacBook Pro and a mid-2007 20" iMac. I would definitely NOT recommend trying to mine using a Mac laptop. They just aren't designed for it. My laptop reached over 200°F in a matter of minutes just with CPU mining and the fans immediately rose to over 6K rpm.The iMac has been another story. Successfully using minerd to CPU mine Doge, even while I use the machine to work at the same time, and never hear the fans kicking into gear. I leave minerd running 24/7 and average a little like 100 Doge a day at 14kh/s. Not much, but it's fun to see them pile up. I haven't tried GPU mining with either machine, and don't plan on it. I have a feeling both machines would be fried in no time. Better idea, either buy a reasonably priced mining contract, or a cheap PC you can tinker with and change out parts as needed, upgrading along the way. It's really not that hard--and this is coming from a non-techie girl--you just need to be patient with yourself and take it one step at a time. Download Linux to the PC and you'll almost feel like you're using a Mac.
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