929 votesAnonymous commented
I have two old gamerlaptops, that i enherited from my kids.
The amusing thing is that one running only CPU makes the same yield as the other running GPU full blast and 20% of the CPU. (and vice-versa)
When you are running on a laptop, would it be a point just looking at the temperature and adjusting the performance % to a (user-set) temperature? (trying to run full blast on both CPU and GPU)
This would make it able to run on any old thing.
Otherwise, thanks for makung the most stabile platform able to run on all the different machines i own, including two laptops with Beast e-GPU. (GeForce cards just use the 372.70 driver. Hint)
182 votesAnonymous commented
Android is generally on systems that have very little hashing power, and would only serve to make your system irresponsive.