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    Default KH/s mining question.

    So, I recently started this dogecoin mining and I am a new shibe to it, however I've got all my stuff setup and running. I've got three workers.

    worker 1 : 2 6950's avg 160-157Kh/s (yeah i've got crossfire enabled and i know i shouldn't)
    worker 2 : 1 GTX 770 avg 350-360Kh/s
    worker 3 : 6770 avg 102-107Kh/s

    I don't know if that's good or not, so aids, could you give me some input?

    And I've also got this: http://prntscr.com/2yj2dd

    Yeah, I don't really know what's good and what's bad. I don't have the best hardware so I'm guessing it could be below average? I'm not sure.

    Any feedback would be appreciated. <3

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    Can u post the hashrates from the litecoin wiki for each card.

    Then post your cgminer command line or conf file

    Then I can take a look

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