MD5 45.1 billion hash/sec

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MD5 45.1 billion hash/sec

Postby D3ad0ne » Mon Mar 28, 2011 1:44 pm

Just got the new machine built, with some new speeds on MD5, NTLM, MD4, and SHA1

MD5 45B/sec
NTLM 70B/sec
MD4 75B/sec
SHA1 14B/sec

Here is the vid - http://ob-security.info/files/oclhc-lite.avi <-- need divx codec
This is using beta software oclHashcat-lite which will be released soon.

System is a TYAN FT72-B7015 motherboard, dual Xeon x5650, 12GB mem and 8 x 6970's

http://ob-security.info/pics/P3250107.JPG
http://ob-security.info/pics/P3270109.JPG
http://ob-security.info/pics/P3270111.JPG

As far as power usage goes, I have no idea how much power it draws, I don't have any plans to mesure power usage. System has 3 1k PSU's.
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Re: MD5 45.1 billion hash/sec

Postby BarsMonster » Wed Mar 30, 2011 11:22 pm

Love this lovely red-black color :-) I've just got ASUS 6950.
Have you considered getting 6950 @ unlocking it?
Mine unlocked perfectly (all SP + 6970 clocks).
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Re: MD5 45.1 billion hash/sec

Postby D3ad0ne » Thu Mar 31, 2011 12:04 am

Thanks BarsMonster. I hadn't actually heard about this unlocking of 6950.
If I had it might have saved me some on buying these cards :) Do you have a link?
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Re: MD5 45.1 billion hash/sec

Postby BarsMonster » Thu Mar 31, 2011 12:21 am

D3ad0ne wrote:Thanks BarsMonster. I hadn't actually heard about this unlocking of 6950.
If I had it might have saved me some on buying these cards :) Do you have a link?


Simple as that:

http://www.google.ru/search?q=unlock+69 ... nt=firefox

Basically, you just flash BIOS of 6970 to 6950 and you are done. There are some space for customization like leaving 6950 clocks & voltage to have lower power consumption.
Operation is perfectly safe because you can always boot from secondary BIOS and reflash original BIOS.
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Re: MD5 45.1 billion hash/sec

Postby ryosaeba » Tue Jun 07, 2011 7:26 am

my computer only break 75 hash per second :|
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Re: MD5 45.1 billion hash/sec

Postby unitera » Sat Aug 06, 2011 5:10 pm

D3ad0ne wrote:Just got the new machine built, with some new speeds on MD5, NTLM, MD4, and SHA1

MD5 45B/sec
NTLM 70B/sec
MD4 75B/sec
SHA1 14B/sec

Here is the vid - http://ob-security.info/files/oclhc-lite.avi <-- need divx codec
This is using beta software oclHashcat-lite which will be released soon.

System is a TYAN FT72-B7015 motherboard, dual Xeon x5650, 12GB mem and 8 x 6970's

http://ob-security.info/pics/P3250107.JPG
http://ob-security.info/pics/P3270109.JPG
http://ob-security.info/pics/P3270111.JPG

As far as power usage goes, I have no idea how much power it draws, I don't have any plans to mesure power usage. System has 3 1k PSU's.


NTLM 70B/sec?? Why not test it using the freerainbowtables.com NTLM hashlist, it has the lowest succes percentage (37.16%). MD5 for example has a succes percentage of 70.71%.
Link: http://www.freerainbowtables.com/en/hashcracking/
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