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Can you mine with an hd 5450?

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i tryed to do some monero mining with my 5770 most stuff dosnt support cards that old as a low end new card or a recent cpu can out hash them. so depending on what you want to mine you might be able to but you almost certainly wont be profitable

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Can you: Yeah probably

 

Should you: No probably


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31 minutes ago, Wyren9029 said:

i tryed to do some monero mining with my 5770 most stuff dosnt support cards that old as a low end new card or a recent cpu can out hash them. so depending on what you want to mine you might be able to but you almost certainly wont be profitable

If I make $0.01 I couldnt care its for fun

What currency should I use?

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intensecoin was kind of easy to mine a while ago it shouldnt be that bad yet i managed to mine 1029 of them with a r9 270x i used claymore miner though it didnt like my 5770 so i dont see it working with a 5450

https://intensecoin.com/ 

 

there are probably easier things to mine but thats one i know of and have mined 

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monerobenchmarks.info says you should be able to get 50 hash a second what cpu is in the system your going to use it in? that might be better use of power. monero benchmarks uses user submitted results the person who submitted the 5450 result used claymore 9.6 if you can find that on there github try that and see if you can get it working 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Wyren9029 said:

intensecoin was kind of easy to mine a while ago it shouldnt be that bad yet i managed to mine 1029 of them with a r9 270x i used claymore miner though it didnt like my 5770 so i dont see it working with a 5450

https://intensecoin.com/ 

 

there are probably easier things to mine but thats one i know of and have mined 

I have dual gtx 960s in my rig + a 5450 so could I use all 3 or is it split by AMD and Nvida

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stak xmr miner supports nvidia and amd but it probably dosnt work with the 5450 960s are going to be way more useful than the 5450

monero benchmarks says abround 240 hash a second each 

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Just now, Name Taken said:

You can technically find a block of 12.5 Bitcoins worth $175,000 with any amount of hashing power.

true if you are insanely lucky do this and be rich but almost no change of that happening 

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2 minutes ago, Wyren9029 said:

true if you are insanely lucky do this and be rich but almost no change of that happening 

Can you send me a link to download claymore?

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as a note basically all miners will be flagged by anti virus since they are used in so much malware these days you might need to dl it to a location that you exclude from your antivirus. scan it to virustotal before you run it if you want to see what i mean they most av flag it as a miner some just flag it with a generic malware tag

 

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2 minutes ago, Wyren9029 said:

as a note basically all miners will be flagged by anti virus since they are used in so much malware these days you might need to dl it to a location that you exclude from your antivirus. scan it to virustotal before you run it if you want to see what i mean they most av flag it as a miner some just flag it with a generic malware tag

 

Dont have anti virus slows pc down

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Like, seriously don't, you'll probably make 0 and lose a ton of money.


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