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How do I know if Gamma is using my GPU?

Discussion in 'Razer Gold & Silver' started by JaydontheThing, Oct 26, 2020.

  1. JaydontheThing

    JaydontheThing New Member

    I don't see many options in Gamma and was just wondering if there's any way to know if it is using my GPU? Does it just use it and if your GPU isn't working then it just switches to that? I need some info. Also I have a RTX 2080, so I wouldn't mind knowing how much I get per day?
     
  2. ProtoXcution

    ProtoXcution New Member

    Just use something like HWInfo to monitor that. Gamma doesn't use CPU, just GPU, most times at 100% load.
    Just measure how much silver you get in an hour, and you should be able to get a decent estimate for how much a day.
     
  3. xCryptik

    xCryptik Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Hi @JaydontheThing,
    I would recommend you to join Gamma Discord where you might be able to met and discuss with someone that's using the similar specs with you.
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  4. DaxHyena

    DaxHyena New Member

    open task mangers and see if its using the gpu also i use x1 precision to look at temp which tells if it's running
     
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  5. JaydontheThing

    JaydontheThing New Member

    Thank you and it is using my GPU!
     
  6. ProtoXcution

    ProtoXcution New Member

    This chart is only valid for the 30x event, these GPUs don't have those yields, period.
    Tried and tested. Both with a 2080 Max-Q and two 1080TI on SLI.
     
  7. xCryptik

    xCryptik Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Hi @ProtoXcution,
    Yes. It's only valid for the 30x event based on what included in the post as well. 1x = /30 ?
    Tbh, the Silver earned will vary anyways unless you have the exact same full specs of that mentioned with same environment as well.
     
  8. ProtoXcution

    ProtoXcution New Member

    Shouldn't really vary that much, the only variance should come from just temperature or overclocking, as the Gamma, from what I've understood so far, relies exclusively on the GPU to mine ethereum for Razer.
     
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