Latest Performance

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Performance obviously varies a lot with each hardware/OS configuration, with kernel support for largepages (/proc/sys/vm/nr_hugepages) turned on where possible. Take these numbers with a grain of salt.

Regular CPUs (Intel Xeon (non-Phi), Intel Core, AMD, ...)

 CPU model
 Cores/Threads Clock CacheH/s XMR
 H/s Aeon
 Notes
 2x Xeon E5-2699v3
2x18/2x36
2.3GHz
2x45MB
1784
6073
 
 2x Xeon E5 2643v3
2x6/2x12
3.2GHz
2x30MB
1132
 3630 
 AMD FX(tm)-8300
 8/8 1.4MHz8MB
 306 1115 
 Xeon 2630Lv3
 8/16 1.8GHz 20MB 306 1038 
 Intel Core i7-4800MQ
 4/8 2.7Ghz 6MB 204 793 
 Intel Core i7-7700HQ
 4/8 2.8GHz 6MB 193 711 0.9.2., CentOS7

Xeon Phi x205 "Knights Mill" Series

All x205's have 16GB MCDRAM.

 CPU model
Form Factor
 Cores/clock TDPH/s XMR
 Comments
Xeon Phi 7285 main CPU
68x1.3GHz
 250W2450 probably wrong bios/OS, should be faster w/ newer bios and ubuntu
Xeon Phi 7235
 main CPU
64x1.3GHz 250W2800
 measured by asrock rack

Xeon Phi x200 "Knights Landing" Series

All x200's have 16GB MCDRAM.

 CPU model
Form Factor
 Cores/clock TDPH/s XMR
 H/s Aeon
 Comments
 Xeon Phi 7290
main CPU
 72@1.5GHz245W 3075H/s ?Measured by asrock rack
 Xeon Phi 7250
main CPU
 215W 3050H/s 3000 reported by "Psymon" (for Ubuntu 16.04 only, CentOS was slower!), and reproduced on my side; 3050 reported by asrock rack
 Xeon Phi 7230     
main CPU
 64@1.3 GHz
 215W ~3000H/s  reported by asrock rack
 Xeon Phi 7220
PCI-card
68@1.2Ghz
 ~2830 5660 using MPSS 4 discontinued product
 Xeon Phi 7210
main CPU
64@1.2GHz
215W
~2800
 5500 2800H/s reported by Asrock Rack

Xeon Phi x100 "Knights Corner" Series

 CPU model
Form Factor
 Cores/clock MemoryH/s XMR
 H/s Aeon
 Comments
 Xeon Phi 7120
 PCI-card coprocessor
 61@1.2Ghz
8GB DDR5
 ~6501360 
 Xeon Phi 31S1P PCI-card coprocessor 57@1.1Ghz  8GB DDR5
 570 mpss offload version
 Xeon Phi 3120A
 PCI-card coprocessor57@1.1Ghz
6GB DDR5
545
 1130As reported by user (thanks Jeremy!)

Performance for OpenCL (GPUs)

 Model coresclock
mem
pwr cap
H/s XMR
H/s Aeon
 Notes
 AMD Radeon Pro Duo
 2x64CUs 1000 Mhz
 8GB 981
 1866 
 AMD Radeon Fury Nitro
 56CUs 1050MHz 8GB
  7051350
 V0.8.5, amdgpu 17.50
 AMD Radeon Fury X
 64CUs 1050 Mhz
 8GB  497 964 
 Gigabyte GTX 1070 GV-N1070G1 Gaming 8GDR2 1920 1683 MHz
 8GB 150 6011198
 
 Zotac GTX 1070
 1920 1683 MHz
 8GB 115610
1215
 
 GTX 750Ti
 6401450 MHz
2GB
 245
489
 


Version 0.8.0

  • Dual Intel Xeon E5-2699v3 (Haswell, 2x18 cores@2.3GHz, 2x46MB cache) : 1790-1800 H/s Monero,
  • Intel Xeon Phi 7210 (the bootable version) : 2750 H/s Monero, 5500 H/s Aeon
  • Intel Xeon Phi 7220p (the phi-card version) : reported by user at ~2500 H/s monero (not independently verified)
  • Intel Core i7-4880MQ (Haswell Laptop CPU, 4 cores @2.7GHz, 6MB cache): 138 H/z
  • GTX 1070 Hybrid (opencl, experimental): ~600 H/s monero, ~1200H/s Aeon. Note this is somewhat slower than some of the numbers claimed on monerobenchmarks.info, but actually faster than what 'whattomine.com' assumes for a 1070...
  • Intel i7-4800MQ (Laptop): 205H/s Monero, 750H/s Aeon

Version 0.8.0, Aeon:

  • ocl, GTX 1070 Hybrid: ~1200 H/s (experimental). 
  • Intel Xeon Phi 7210 (bootable, water-cooled): ~5500H/s
  • Intel i7-4800MQ (Laptop): 205H/s

Older versions

  • Linux laptop (i7 6700HQ, 4 cores@2.6GHz, 6MB cache, Ubuntu 16.04): ~ 150H/s
  • Dual-Xeon (Haswell) workstation (2xXeon 2690v3, 2x45MB cache): ~ 1600H/s
  • Intel Xeon Phi 7210 (7210 CPU, in Cache mode): ~2770 H/s (Aug 17, 2017, v0.3.2)

Questions/comments/feedback: email me at lukas.l.alexander@gmail.com