Tag: benchmark

NVIDIA Titan V Mining Benchmarks – Part 2

In part 1 I focused on ccminer, because NiceHash was unusable at the time. Now it seems NH got their act together, as the newest version seems to run just fine on the Titan V with the newest NV driver. Specifically: NiceHash Miner NVIDIA 390.77 I didn’t have a single miner carsh on stock […]

NVIDIA Titan V Mining Benchmarks

Note: we already have reviews for this cards. This quick post doesn’t try to address what already have been addressed. I just had a few hours to play with this card, so I thought you’d find these numbers useful. We had only 1 algo benchmarked before, now we have 4 more. That’s all. Note: in […]

Storage Spaces Performance Analysis – Part 3

After part 1 and part 2 of this series, it’s time to wrap things up – at least for now. Let’s see some SSD benchmarks! This time the test specs go like this: Intel R2224WTTYS 2 x Intel Xeon E5-2630 v3 64 GB Kingston DDR4 LRDIMM 2133 MHz Q4 RAM 2 x LSI 9300-16i HBA […]

Storage Spaces Performance Analysis – Part 2

In part 1 I went through the basics, now it’s time to get a bit more exotic. I promised to do some SSD testing, but first I had to check out performance when things are virtualized. The setup’s pretty much the same as before. I only did the fancy charts for RAID5, but it’s quite […]

Storage Spaces Performance Analysis – Part 1

Preamble We’re building a new company from the ground up and I’ve decided to go the software way in regards of storage. We’ve used to be using LSI MegaRAID but the experience was less than stellar. Performance is fine, but random driver failures caused a fair amount of trouble during the years. I also have […]