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1  Bitcoin / Project Development / New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 24, 2015, 09:10:32 PM
Hello, I have spent the past month working non stop on this website. This is not an announcement, I am looking for beta testers right now to test functionality and look for bugs. If you are interested please visit the website. - Up! Added HTTPS

There are no ads, and I collect no fees. It is impossible for your bitcoins to be compromised since they do not go through my website.

If you have any experience with sql injection or cross site scripting, feel free to use any methods on my website as long as you report any security issues to me.

I could use some help on adding more content to the different sections specifically the about, how it works, and the faq. I'm looking to make it more clear as to what this website is, as well as adding more faq.

The last thing I'm looking for feedback on is the site design. Let me know what you think about it, and what you would like to see added, removed, or changed.

This site is still in beta, so I am not liable for anything that happens.

It is a referral program, so you will have to use my username (microzee) right now to sign up. If more testers sign up, please use their usernames instead.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / nvidia 9800 gtx and gt 520 on: June 19, 2014, 04:21:42 PM
Has anyone seen the spreadsheet on these to cards while using cudaminer?

The 9800 says it gets 40,000 kilohashes, and the 520 says 1794. There's no way that's true.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! - JPC on: June 12, 2014, 03:27:42 PM
Jackpot coin just dropped drastically! Its at .00023 which is an all time low! I myself will be investing $100 into it, just thought I'd let you guys know Cheesy
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Best Coin To Currently GPU and CPU mine on: June 04, 2014, 02:24:36 AM
Hello, I was mining feathercoins, then scrypt asics came along and I predict feathercoin is gonna die off soon because of it. Then I switched to vertcoin. That went okay, and I might mine those occasionally. Then I started mining darkcoin because the whole x11 thing lured me in. But I make way less in darkcoin than i do with vertcoin and feathercoin.

I have only one 7970, getting about 700 kh/s on scrypt coins, 300 kh/s on scrypt-n coins, and 2.1 mh/s on x11 coins.

I also decided might as well cpu mine too and just started solo mining primecoin. I get 68 primespersec and
1.39669671 chainsperday.

So my question is what should I do? What coin is currently the most profitable for GPU mining? What coin is most profitable for CPU mining?
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / VTC/MON/PLX explanation? on: May 22, 2014, 11:00:07 PM
Hello, I was originally mining feathercoins, but I want to switch to the new scrypt-n to get away before asics hit. Anyways, I decided vertcoin looked pretty good, but then I realized that the pool I'm using ( does merged mining for all 3 of these coins. Does this mean I have to have 3 wallets? I wanted vertcoin and thats it! instead I'm getting PLX atm. What's the point of this? I'm confused, please explain Tongue
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Only getting ~640 on sapphire 7970 dual-x OC Boost on: May 21, 2014, 02:05:09 AM
Hello, as the title states no matter what I do, I cannot get past 640. First off, some info with my card:

That is my exact card. My card also has the same bios:

After extensive testing, and overclocking, my best settings are
--scrypt -o stratum+tcp:// -u microzee.ftc -p 7623 --thread-concurrency 8192 -I 13 -g 2 -w 256 --shaders 2048 --lookup-gap 2

And you guessed it. The default values.

I have done overclocking, which reduces my values to around 630 or less. I can run a stable memclock at 1700, and I have tried various gpu clocks, all of which do not help that much I also never see a significant drop, so I can never find the "sweet spot." Also, I thought you were supposed to run the highest thread-concurrency your gpu can take, but that also lowers my values. I found that I can run up to 20480. What can I do?

Please don't just post your settings and ask me to try them out especially if they have gpu-engine and memclock settings because that all depends on your certain card. Instead have me run tests or something.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Tweaking 7970 settings on: May 16, 2014, 08:27:25 PM
Hey everyone, I'm not mining bitcoins, just working on the hashrate. I also won't be mining bitcoins (obviously). I have 2 gpus. One cruddy one to power my displays, and the 7970 to mine. It is a sapphire dual-x 7970 but I don't know the exact model. Check out this screenshot:

I'm getting around 640. Anyways, what can I change? if I turn up the intensity to 18, my hashrate goes down. Should I turn up thread concurrency? Any flags?

Also once I have adequate cooling I would like to overclock. I went into the AMD Catalyst Control Center, then performance, then AMD OverDrive. In order to adjust stuff, you have to do an auto-tune feature first. It got up to 4000 mhz and it kinda scared me so I hit stop. Is that normal? I was wondering if maybe you needed a monitor plugged into it in order for it to test correctly or something.
8  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Is this mining rig okay? on: August 08, 2013, 06:57:36 PM
Hey everyone, I'm building a mining rig/computer for mining litecoins and wanted to make sure everything is okay/compatible as this is my first build. I have a hard drive, case, cables, and fans already. The motherboard supports Intel 3rd gen, I was kinda wanting a 4th gen, but I couldn't find one. It has quad crossfirex meaning it can supports up to 4 7950's? Anyways here's the list:

Let me know if everything's okay, if I can get something better, or if you know were I can find a 4th gen mobo with quad crossfirex at a decent price.
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