This is totally a noob question, but I was wondering if someone could double check that my computer's mining correctly. That is, does this hashrate sound about right for my hardware? I've got one of those fancy AMD Kaveri 7850K APU's and I'm running sgminer under Linux. My pool's site reports my khash/s to be 716, and sgmimer reports my khash/s to be around 585. Does this sound about right? I'm guessing it is, but I just want to make sure I'm not wasting any of my computer's potential. I have no idea what a normal hashrate is. Another reason I ask is that my APU has 12 cores, but sgminer only runs with "GPU core 0." I was expecting it to run GPU cores 0 through 11. Also, I make it run with 2 threads, otherwise it'd be 1 thread. (I get the same total hashrate with either 2 threads or just 1 thread though--about 585 khash/s total.) In case anyone wants to know, my sgminer parameters are auto-gpu, auto-fan, thread-concurrency 16384 (thread concurrency never makes a difference for me though), gpu-threads 2, and -I 21. I run it from an .sh file.