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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] sgminer v5 - new unified multi-algorithm on-the-fly kernel switching miner on: July 25, 2014, 03:47:49 PM
Hmmmmm. I had much higher speeds.
See this post of my collected miners and configs: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=514242.msg7982772#msg7982772
No, u dont understand. I already have better hashrate with custom or dedicated miners, I just want to have the best hashrate (and if possible the same) with sgminer-dev-v5. Look like this version is missing a lot of optimizations from others miners.

Ahhh, OK, I see.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] sgminer v5 - new unified multi-algorithm on-the-fly kernel switching miner on: July 25, 2014, 01:17:24 PM
I'm testing latest GIT build of v5, and I have a few drop in hashrate compared to dedicated miners :
This is for a R9 280X Tri-X
Scrypt : v5 = 755 Kh/s, ref = 760 Kh/s, it's OK
X11 : v5 = 3,2 Mh/s, ref = 3,5 Mh/s, it's less than using sph-sgminer_x11mod (https://github.com/lasybear/sph-sgminer_x11mod)
X13 : v5 = can't compile .cl files at start, should be a bug introduced recently, ref = 2,45 Mh/s (same as X11)
Keccak : v5 = 380 Mh/s, ref = 370 Mh/s, OK
Nist5 : v5 = 7 Mh/s, ref = 13 Mh/s, it's VERY BAD DROP !

Maybe I'm missing some important tweaking (each miner have his own configuration when using different kernels) but using V5 drop hashrate on most cases.
If you have suggestions (config files), post them.

Thanks.

Hmmmmm. I had much higher speeds.
See this post of my collected miners and configs: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=514242.msg7982772#msg7982772
My script was 725 kH/s. Other speeds:
4.3 MHs/card       (= x5.9)   for X11,  @1480W for the total 8 cards
3.05 MHs/card     (= x4.2)   for X13,  @1480W for the total 8 cards
2.955 MHs/card   (= x4.1)   for X15,  @1560W for the total 8 cards
413 MHs/card      (= x17.9)   for NIST5,  @1650W for the total 8 cards
6.2 MHs/card      (= x6.2)   for FRESH,  @1350W for the total 8 cards
0.375 kHs(!)/card   (= x0.00051)   for Cryptonote,  @1650W for the total 8 cards
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] sgminer v5 - new unified multi-algorithm on-the-fly kernel switching miner on: July 23, 2014, 10:13:25 AM
These are the numbers I am getting on one set of rigs in my farm.  I won't post the specs unless they are requested - as I am not sure if these numbers are even the best possible hashes possible. I may need to so some tweaking myself Smiley

GPU:                RADEON SAPPHIRE R9 280x - 3GB OC Version
AMD DRIVERS:   14.6 Release Version
OS:                  Windows 8.1 Enterprise
CPU:                 Pentium Dual Core 3.2Ghz
RAM:                4GB
HDD:                 60GB SSD
MINER:              SGMiner Windows32 Build release 6/20

4 Cards per system - numbers below are PER CARD.

x11: 4.18
x13: 3.10
x15: 2.92



GPU:                  GIGABYTE R9 270x
AMD DRIVERS:   14.6 Release Version
OS:                  Windows 8.1 Enterprise
CPU:                 Pentium Dual Core 3.2Ghz
RAM:                4GB
HDD:                 60GB SSD
MINER:              SGMiner Windows32 Build release 6/20

4 Cards per system - numbers below are PER CARD.

x11: 2.25
x13: 1.69
x15: 1.45


Hope this Helps!

Strato

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It would be nice if u post ur config in that post, otherwise u have to search again for the config belonging to ur hashrates. Just like platinum for 290x.

These are my speeds and other relevant data.

4.3 MHs/card       (= x5.9)   for X11,  @1480W for the total 8 cards
3.05 MHs/card     (= x4.2)   for X13,  @1480W for the total 8 cards
2.955 MHs/card   (= x4.1)   for X15,  @1560W for the total 8 cards
413 MHs/card      (= x17.9)   for NIST5,  @1650W for the total 8 cards
6.2 MHs/card      (= x6.2)   for FRESH,  @1350W for the total 8 cards
0.375 kHs(!)/card   (= x0.00051)   for Cryptonote,  @1650W for the total 8 cards

As I have recently shifted my interest from mining (to more working) I want to share my collection of miners with you. This is AMD based, I had 8 r9280x cards separated in 2 rigs. Both had 14.6 drivers installed correctly (not always easy to do.)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mz7w37bo5dvkxvx/Accordus-miners.zip
Feel free to download above collected miners and config files. They all came from various threads and forums hand picked and selected to reach highest speeds. I have not really made changes to them.
Please note that I have indeed used different miner programs for different algos. This may have something to do with the higher speeds I got for some of the algos.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: cryp.today Mining revenue stats Scrypt Scrypt-N X11 X13 pools / hashrate rentals on: July 23, 2014, 08:39:33 AM
Hey man maybe a noob question but why do you calculate 5.2:1 for x11 and 3:1 for x13?

Unless my miners are set up wrong I'm seeing closer to 4:1 for x11 and 3.1:1 for x13.

Am I missing something? Thank you.

I'm using one of the "modded" sgminer versions on a 280X and these are the ratios I'm getting. I'll post a link to that sgminer later today when I get back home.

The whole ratio calculation is a bit outdated, it needs to be reworked, I just can't get enough time to do it. Some way of specifying your own ratios will be implemented.

Ahh sweet man thank you. I to have a 280x, maybe ill see a an improvement with different sgminer.

Guys, I do not know what is going on, but my speeds were higher.

4.3 MHs/card       (= x5.9)   for X11,  @1480W for the total 8 cards
3.05 MHs/card     (= x4.2)   for X13,  @1480W for the total 8 cards
2.955 MHs/card   (= x4.1)   for X15,  @1560W for the total 8 cards
413 MHs/card      (= x17.9)   for NIST5,  @1650W for the total 8 cards
6.2 MHs/card      (= x6.2)   for FRESH,  @1350W for the total 8 cards
0.375 kHs(!)/card   (= x0.00051)   for Cryptonote,  @1650W for the total 8 cards

As I have recently shifted my interest from mining (to more working) I want to share my collection of miners with you. This is AMD based, I had 8 r9280x cards separated in 2 rigs. Both had 14.6 drivers installed correctly (not always easy to do.)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mz7w37bo5dvkxvx/Accordus-miners.zip
Feel free to download above collected miners and config files. They all came from various threads and forums hand picked and selected to reach highest speeds. I have not really made changes to them.
Please note that I have indeed used different miner programs for different algos. This may have something to do with the higher speeds I got for some of the algos.


If you have reached better performance through the collection of this selected miners please consider donating to my BTC address!
1K8MEHHrNY8Pq8EgeifuLjWTkQX9TgVccC

Thanks!
5  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 19, 2014, 08:16:20 AM
"The Card Card System is still in BETA". This would have been the ultimate killer feature on the market. Easy to advertise. A Unique selling point for LR. Amazing stuff. But where is it?

It's right there.  Under "My Account"

 Grin

How could you miss it.

Cool, I saw ticket also resolved itself! However the site is down under now for a while.
 Wink
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XDN] duckNote [ANN]. CryptoNote based. Anonymous and CPU only. on: July 18, 2014, 05:01:56 PM
If amount > 32000 XDN the minimum time between payment is 30 Minutes.
If amount > 16000 XDN the minimum time between payment is 1 Hour.
If amount > 8000 XDN the minimum time between payment is 2 Hour.
If amount > 4000 XDN the minimum time between payment is 4 Hour.
If amount > 2000 XDN the minimum time between payment is 8 Hour.
If amount > 1000 XDN the minimum time between payment is 16 Hour.

All is ok for my Smiley
I send payout each 10 minutes
your are  less 8000 XDN ? Or send address in MP

OK, so the last exactly 1 hour I have received all what was expected. 54k to be precise.

Kind of strange, but OK!
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XDN] duckNote [ANN]. CryptoNote based. Anonymous and CPU only. on: July 18, 2014, 04:59:29 PM
checking forum time only
8  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 18, 2014, 04:18:16 PM
Again, unlike the competition, LeaseRig offers solo mining. 
By solo mining you mean mining by using a dedicated rig? The exact same thing happens on MRR and BR. Only NH is where you buy hashpower directly.


From everything you have sent though you are looking for short term high profit leases not mid to long term hashpower leases.   

Well, I just presented my feelings about where the market might be going.

This would require a new interface for hashpower + amount + rate + time..    So you would set your desired lease time and see the prices for that time period.
We can't change the entire layout to focus on that subset right now.

I did not try to suggest such a complicated interface.


Anyways, I look for any chance to lease my rig on LR again!
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XDN] duckNote [ANN]. CryptoNote based. Anonymous and CPU only. on: July 18, 2014, 03:58:53 PM
I am mining on http://ducknote.crypto-pool.fr/ but having my balance stuck for the last 2.5 hours.
This is odd because my initial 1.5 hours were OK and produced payout at the expected time.
But since then, there is nothing.

I wonder why?
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XDN] duckNote [ANN]. CryptoNote based. Anonymous and CPU only. on: July 18, 2014, 03:04:45 PM
Guys, how do you copy this insanely long wallet address and transfer id when sending XDN out?
I am on win7 and it does not allow me to paste the line into the colorful consol window.

Huh
Just click the icon at the top left, and click edit->paste

Thanks, this worked fine!

But why can I not spend for the second time?

[wallet d--reduct--w]: balance
balance: 5999.90000000, unlocked balance: 0.00000000
[wallet d--reduct--w]: transfer 0 dd--reducted--2 5999 1--reducted--f
Error: not enough money to transfer, available only 0.00000000, transaction amount 5999.10000000 = 5999.00000000 + 0.10000000 (fee)

Woooopsss, just turned to be unlocked by itself (time spent?) and sending was OK!
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XDN] duckNote [ANN]. CryptoNote based. Anonymous and CPU only. on: July 18, 2014, 03:03:18 PM
Guys, how do you copy this insanely long wallet address and transfer id when sending XDN out?
I am on win7 and it does not allow me to paste the line into the colorful consol window.

Huh
Just click the icon at the top left, and click edit->paste

Thanks, this worked fine!

But why can I not spend for the second time?

[wallet d--reduct--w]: balance
balance: 5999.90000000, unlocked balance: 0.00000000
[wallet d--reduct--w]: transfer 0 dd--reducted--2 5999 1--reducted--f
Error: not enough money to transfer, available only 0.00000000, transaction amount 5999.10000000 = 5999.00000000 + 0.10000000 (fee)
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XDN] duckNote [ANN]. CryptoNote based. Anonymous and CPU only. on: July 18, 2014, 02:45:02 PM
Guys, how do you copy this insanely long wallet address and transfer id when sending XDN out?
I am on win7 and it does not allow me to paste the line into the colorful consol window.

Huh
Just click the icon at the top left, and click edit->paste

Thanks, this worked fine!
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [XDN] duckNote [ANN]. CryptoNote based. Anonymous and CPU only. on: July 18, 2014, 02:08:31 PM
Guys, how do you copy this insanely long wallet address and transfer id when sending XDN out?
I am on win7 and it does not allow me to paste the line into the colorful consol window.

Huh
14  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 18, 2014, 12:32:34 PM

IDK, that removes some needed info.

But I wonder if we could add a BRP filter?



Like a checkbox, set the filter for the hours and check the BRP button to only show plans between x hours.... NVM.  I still have no real concept of the request or implementation?


I think what he was asking for was for it to be apparent which type of pricing was available from the main screen without clicking further, having a whole column is indeed a waste of space hence my suggestion of an icon instead as it could go after the rig name or price with the other icons.

OK, then sacrifice Stability column. That is the least important measurement I think. Everybody is above 99.5% anyway. So basically there is no difference at all. Or swap row colouring for this measurement. See next.

But I go further.
You know my opinion about Current hash rate (spot measurement) and colouring of rows. That is essentially forcing everybody to state the lowest ever hashrate that happens with the rig on an unlucky moment of the html generation. Trash that. The issue here is that spot measuring has nothing to do with long term average. Yes, average must be correct, but that is what you see under Hire page in section: "Rig stats in past 24 hours". Plain misleading or at least irrelevant on the list page.



(Hmmm, I think "Less is more" could be my main message here with this overall discussion.)
15  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 17, 2014, 11:43:22 PM
"The Card Card System is still in BETA". This would have been the ultimate killer feature on the market. Easy to advertise. A Unique selling point for LR. Amazing stuff. But where is it?

It was trashed during the BETA.

The BETA group was able to have a frenzy with stolen credit cards among other things.  Not our best beta by any means.   The new verification system just rolled out to development level beta testers and we've completed some leases already today.  

Shouldn't be long just a few tweaks on the verification side and everything else is already done.

Fantastic news.
The customer universe should triple at least. Remember, the people with interest in "coins" but not having BTC to pay for a rig is numerous. People with access to BTC and still having interest in coins are less and less day by day. (Because they already know this whole game...)

Just be loud about it on forums and in advertisements.
16  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 17, 2014, 10:47:22 PM
One of the great things about leaserigs is that it allows providers to set different types of rates.

When I started I used higher prices for short rentals and lower prices for long rentals, that seemed logical to me to offer the best rates for longer commitments.

Once my number of rigs increased it just became too much of hassle to keep changing them all so swapped to the flat rate scheme.

Having said that I can see what you are saying about making it easier for customers to find the types of rigs that they want

Maybe a new icon could be added

[-] flat rate
[\] tiered pricing.

@Accordus @Tigggger



BRP for hours ANY = Dynamic

BRP for hours 72 means the best price is at the 72 hour plan.

Where else should this go?



This at least>
17  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 17, 2014, 04:01:45 PM
I don't agree. I price my rigs reasonably, but I refuse for someone forcing me to do so. It's a free market, everyone is open to price their rigs to what they want.
And any specific set of customers of the customer-universe are free to just not dig for your reasonable price if competition website can give them the same or better result without the hassle.

I am a marketing and sales guy and thinking in customer groups not individuals.

18  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 17, 2014, 03:30:40 PM
Outdated pricing structure still a possibility while both competition sites use clear "per hour" system.

We will not be adding this consumer trick to LR anytime soon.  Multi-pools and calculators and ROI calcs use BTC per Unit of Hash per day (BTC/Mhs/Day) etc.  So you can use pool-picker.eu, name a multi-pool, bitcoinwisdom, etc.  To determine your mining profits as B/MH/Day.    The hourly pricing is a trick to confuse people by selling something using a pricing system not shared by the rest of the market.  

Hour hourly prices are available on the hire page for anyone who allows 1 hour rentals.    

If I'm wrong from a consumer view let me know but I get this from our customers who like to be able to see what their pool/mining pays out per hashing unit per day.

I think you got it. Most customers calculate how much they earn per day, and then they compare rigs to see if they are profitable. If you do it per hour, the customer would have to multiply it by 24, and that's a lot of hassle for them.
We might as well have a vote for everything, since it should represent opinions better.

miaviator: You could be true, yes. Seems to me that you are implying with your understanding that most customers rent for full days.
But what normally happens is that providers set their price to (live=known="NiceHash") market profitability plus some margin but only for the longest period. Shorter periods have waaaaay off prices. I mean five times more or similar. Those rents will happen very rare on today markets. Especially because short term customers can easily find their provider on competition.
(And as rent history is gone from the site, I can not prove myself, but this is my feeling.)

What you are really doing is nothing else but selecting customers from your "universe" (total possible customers looking for providers) who are patient to click through Hire buttons multiple times and can write down lot of data and then handle complex comparisons on paper or Excel or in head.
My guess is that this is a limited number of customer set.

I was rented 5 times yesterday on MRR and maximized my earnings with timed pricing decisions. I was not rented longer than 12 hours for the last one week at least, but still made a profit.

You are taking this the wrong way.  But I want to know what we could do make the calculation part easier.  What would the display the page or the filter look like?   

What I'm saying is that ROI is calculated in BTC/MH/Day by all major sites.   Changing to BTC per MH per Hour would a huge calculation to determining ROI.  We are not trying to hide our providers prices.   

And we offer reduced fees and bonuses to providers who reduce prices to their pool payouts + a reasonable margin! 

You show me a way we can make the site show you the data you want without losing the BTC/MH/DAY price display and I'll start working on it.

I got you.
BTC/MH/Day data presentation must stay. No question about it! Never said against it. Must have misunderstood somewhere back.

Reasonable pricing by providers for short term is a must if you want to compete on today market.
That's all.

The simplest way to reach this would be to strongly emphasize providers using flat pricing schemes.
Strongly means strongly.




19  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 17, 2014, 03:06:25 PM
Outdated pricing structure still a possibility while both competition sites use clear "per hour" system.

We will not be adding this consumer trick to LR anytime soon.  Multi-pools and calculators and ROI calcs use BTC per Unit of Hash per day (BTC/Mhs/Day) etc.  So you can use pool-picker.eu, name a multi-pool, bitcoinwisdom, etc.  To determine your mining profits as B/MH/Day.    The hourly pricing is a trick to confuse people by selling something using a pricing system not shared by the rest of the market.  

Hour hourly prices are available on the hire page for anyone who allows 1 hour rentals.    

If I'm wrong from a consumer view let me know but I get this from our customers who like to be able to see what their pool/mining pays out per hashing unit per day.

I think you got it. Most customers calculate how much they earn per day, and then they compare rigs to see if they are profitable. If you do it per hour, the customer would have to multiply it by 24, and that's a lot of hassle for them.
We might as well have a vote for everything, since it should represent opinions better.

miaviator: You could be true, yes. Seems to me that you are implying with your understanding that most customers rent for full days.
But what normally happens is that providers set their price to (live=known="NiceHash") market profitability plus some margin but only for the longest period. Shorter periods have waaaaay off prices. I mean five times more or similar. Those rents will happen very rare on today markets. Especially because short term customers can easily find their provider on competition.
(And as rent history is gone from the site, I can not prove myself, but this is my feeling.)

What you are really doing is nothing else but selecting customers from your "universe" (total possible customers looking for providers) who are patient to click through Hire buttons multiple times and can write down lot of data and then handle complex comparisons on paper or Excel or in head.
My guess is that this is a limited number of customer set.

I was rented 5 times yesterday on MRR and maximized my earnings with timed pricing decisions. I was not rented longer than 12 hours for the last one week at least, but still made a profit.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][XMR] monero.crypto-pool.fr | Large Monero Mining Pool on: July 17, 2014, 10:57:57 AM
Anyways, is there any calculator somewhere around?

You can go on IRC https://kiwiirc.com/client (it is actually available from the pool on http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/#community )
Channel #monero (type "/join #monero" to join)
In the chat, type "!calc 1270" (you must type the average hashrate reported by the pool, not the hash from the miner)
But the bot that calculate is down at the moment. You must wait for the admin (not me) to restart it.

Note that it is only an estimate. If the global hashrate increase during the day, you'll get less than expected because of the competition .
It is actually increasing a lot these days as the price increase.

Yeah, I saw that being down. Nevermind, I anyway have to do my own actual test.
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