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1  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Forced "On Hold For Refund" for all my Single SC orders on: May 17, 2013, 03:41:02 PM
I think that what Xian tried to do was encouraged people who have BFL orders to cancel and bump his order. After seeing a trickle of Jalapenos out of the assembly line to customers hands, he ordered more and doubled his efforts but the plan backfired. I've seen this kind of behavior before from people who were wait-listed/in queue.

I'm sorry, but this does not stand to any reason whatsoever considering my Single SC orders were day one and I had no interest in the Jalapeno line of products.

Even if you didn't have a Jalapeno ordered, it will still have an effect on the other products. Let's face it, most people tend to panic when they see/read something bad about the company they ordered their devices from.
2  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Forced "On Hold For Refund" for all my Single SC orders on: May 17, 2013, 03:32:15 PM
I think that what Xian tried to do was encouraged people who have BFL orders to cancel and bump his order. After seeing a trickle of Jalapenos out of the assembly line to customers hands, he ordered more and doubled his efforts but the plan backfired. I've seen this kind of behavior before from people who were wait-listed/in queue.
3  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: Pool rotating, why/how? on: May 06, 2013, 12:54:41 AM
Instead of rotating, I use CGminer/BFGMiner pool balance feature. It is a great way of decreasing variance.

I used 4 pools in the past namely BTCGuild, Bitminter, Eclipse, and MtRed. Sometimes replace one with OzCoin (be great if workers can be configured individually).

With BTCGuild hash rate going up exponentially, Bitminter connection problems, and MtRed shutting down; I am now currently using Eclipse and Itzod.

2 workers on Eclipse (1 configured as DGM and 1 as PPS) and Itzod replaced MtRed.
4  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Sapphire 7950 w/boost - autoclock from hell? cant game?(Fixed) on: April 29, 2013, 01:40:00 PM
When I was first testing with cgminer, it would fluctuate because I had AMD overdrive enabled so I could move the power control slider to +20% like everyone was saying to do. Now I have that disabled and don't need that silly slider anymore. I just ran another test with cgminer and I can set the clock to what I want and it stays there. Are you saying you don't install "catalyst control center"? Hmmm maybe that's the real problem. Just tried installing driver without it and it didn't work.

Yes, I always uncheck the "catalyst control center / amd vision control" every AMD driver installation or update. I configure clocks using Afterburner or Trixx (to lower down mem clock on the 6870s and 7950), the cores and the 5xxxx cards are configured via BFGMiner or CGMiner. As all of the games I play run fine without presets or profiles, CCC is just a waste of space.

Just add this to your cgminer.conf or bfgminer.conf:

"gpu-powertune" : "20",

No need for sliders.  Smiley
5  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Sapphire 7950 w/boost - autoclock from hell? cant game?(Fixed) on: April 29, 2013, 04:55:39 AM
I have Sapphire 7950 w/ Boost (SKU# 11196-19-41G) and the clocks (1150 core) stays on what I specified with bfgminer. I dont install CCC though (since my BOINC days) as I find it unnecessary.
6  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Multiple different video cards in one machine? on: April 29, 2013, 04:35:51 AM
I have 2 6870s, 1 5850, 1 7950, 1 5670 (slot used to be occupied by a 5970 until it died), 1 BFL FPGA Single, 1 MMQ, and 4 X6500s  on 1 rig running BFGMiner without issues. All of my GPU cards were made by Sapphire.

Win7 x64
13.1 & 2.8 (1084.4)
Athlon x4 620 on a Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H
Using IGP as primary display
Corsair AX1200 PSU
7  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: AMD VS Intel cpu/motherboard setups and power draw? on: April 22, 2013, 01:02:45 PM
Less than 50w idle power usage is achievable on an AMD system if you have a motherboard that allows undervolting. Lower the CPU NB and HT clocks, then lower the CPU and CPU-NB voltages. My Athlon x4 620 can function at 1.175v core (2.6Ghz) and CPU-NB at 1.025v (1.6GHz) without problems, enable all power saving features and you will see a lot of difference. My Athlon 170 also ran fine at 0.975v even if unlocked to dual core. If you dont run any cpu intensive tasks, you can lower the voltages a bit more. The power draw will also depend on what motherboard you are using. For FM2 processors, get a Gigabyte F2A85X-UP4 motherboard.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/6511/gigabyte-f2a85xup4-review-are-powirstages-needed-with-trinity/4
8  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: 5850 Core speed on: April 08, 2013, 04:51:41 AM
Try 960 core (1.05v), about 400mh/s. Temp was almost 80C, decreased to 68-71C (fan @ 80%) after a dose of Prolima Tech PK-1. Room temp is about 34-35C during the day, definitely much better than it used to be with 5 cards.

I used to run the cards at 775 core (0.85v) at 330mh/s when BTC price was less than $15.
9  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: X6500 Custom FPGA Miner on: April 05, 2013, 05:34:33 PM
Interested but you dont ship outside US.
10  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Modular Python Bitcoin Miner - Official Thread on: April 05, 2013, 01:33:12 PM


Using bfgminer 2.10.5 for 2 weeks now without issues. Was using MPBM before because the x6500s had SICK/DEAD issues with older versions of bfgminer.

OCL 0 & 1 = 6870s (underclocked to 775/300)
OCL 2 = 5850 (overclocked to 960/300)
OCL 3 = 5670 (overclocked to 1000/300)
BFL = 864 firmware
XBS 0 - 3 = x6500 rev 3
11  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Single (FPGA) in hot weather on: April 04, 2013, 10:27:04 AM
I have a single that throttles with the 800 firmware using the stock hsf. After replacing the hsf with a cpu tower cooler (4 heatpipes), 880 firmware ran fine from november to march. This month, I switched to 864 firmware due to summer heat. Also in a room without AC.
12  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: CGMINER GPU FPGA overc monit fanspd RPC stratum linux/windws/osx/mip/r-pi 2.11.2 on: March 11, 2013, 12:31:59 AM
Using XP, I had to download and install manually the FTDI driver. With Win7, after plugging the single in, windows prompted to search the driver over the internet (windows update) and all I had to do was click "NEXT" button.
13  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Soft block size limit reached, action required by YOU on: March 08, 2013, 02:40:25 AM
I can't wrap my head around why so many people are hating on Satoshi Dice.

What if there were some African business helping to educate or feed starving kids in Africa and it had a business model that produced a huge quantity of transactions, would you still be against it?

I really think these anti-Satoshi Dice people are elitists who think that because gambling is stupid in their minds that nobody should be able to.

As if the Bitcoin Protocol gives a shit about what the transactions are used for.

And Luke-Jr says SD is breaking the rules. Really? I was under the impression that any transactions that broke the rules were immediately rejected by the bitcoin protocol. I mean, it looks like they're playing by the rules to me.

Seriously, if Bitcoin can't handle Satoshi Dice just throw in the towel right now, because I have some news for you. In the future, when Bitcoin is the GLOBAL MONETARY STANDARD, 95% of all transactions are likely to be gambling, sex, and drug related.

Those seem to be things that people value highly in life. Just because your puritan asses can't handle it doesn't mean we can't.

I, for one, LOVE that Satoshi Dice is flooding the blockchain.

I value sex and legal drugs (for disease/illness), I dont give a damn about gambling and illegal drugs at all.  Smiley

14  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [708 Gh] MtRed (PPS, LP+, API, 0 FEE) STRATUM on pa.mtred.com:3333 on: February 19, 2013, 04:15:58 AM
im shooting my self in the foot here

 it's strange when I run the sum for all accounts I get figures on target, when I run on individual workers its off.  Some less, some more ( 1 user 23btc more Sad

That + an update to the stratum mine that failed to broadcast 6 blocks in the last day. I'm working on straightening everything out. If you are missing rewards it will be taken care of asap.

-rr

No worries. Since I've used your pool for months without donating anything, lets just consider that missing 0.2225096 as a donation. I know that running a 0% fee pool can get your buffer in trouble. I mined at Itzod for about a month and I still have about 0.73btc pending after a week of absence there.

For now, I'll be at Ozcoin (been quite a while since I used that pool) for the time being or maybe Bitminter. I always end up going back to Mt. Red anyway. Smiley

15  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [708 Gh] MtRed (PPS, LP+, API, 0 FEE) STRATUM on pa.mtred.com:3333 on: February 19, 2013, 02:31:06 AM
Mine was credited on that bad block, then was deducted after the troubles. In short, I was not paid on that bad block. And as stated in my post above, my last withdrawal was February 10.
16  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [708 Gh] MtRed (PPS, LP+, API, 0 FEE) STRATUM on pa.mtred.com:3333 on: February 17, 2013, 02:55:50 AM
Have you withdrawn in the last 48hrs?

This is my latest withdrawal:

BTC   82164628b168056149ef4cbb6708c95f7fca9471d653b233...   10/2/13 12:36am   1NHza6iPLPkMFCzhyH9FqkDQWHEeZHDncD   0.03598982   user

Mt. Red was my primary pool until January 5 or 6 but due to the connection issues and a little high than normal rejects, I made it a backup. After learning that stratum support has been added, I switched back about 2-3 days ago.

BTC   2cd53a10f60b11421c969737ecdedf2472b945b8a2f440fd...   17/2/13 01:05am   3h12m22s   0.04793025   0.00000000   6223   53 req.
BTC   3661c15e5d6516640a5910797f2b75dd8c1759246fa62fd1...   16/2/13 09:52pm   0h11m13s   0.00260730   0.00000000   338   27 req.
BTC   527f8d250ef43c54155fb192f97d067ad60328e658c4b460...   16/2/13 09:41pm   10h20m20s   0.10833804   0.00000000   14171   26 req.
BTC   a8e3d1806cc9664cfcb6476961e9f69fcad7fcdc34af989f...   16/2/13 11:21am   0h17m17s   0.00499891   0.00000000   640   Yes
BTC   1d846c40633e7f80b1033ff7551be5198244e0ad77fa8d09...   16/2/13 11:03am   1h9m50s   0.01740330   0.00000000   2265   Yes
BTC   6ca990c96623d73d8b9f5a1dd13f242467ab1f0c24fda9b7...   16/2/13 09:54am   0h27m20s   0.00597419   0.00000000   767   Yes
BTC   9e8445e42d613be60c1a8d90e5a9490552b59f9738ff6d1a...   16/2/13 09:26am   4h2m44s   0.06212438   0.00000000   8002   Yes
BTC   ca6161635221ee47b6457f6d4d149924f558e71491e9c673...   16/2/13 05:24am   0h21m28s   0.00468556   0.00000000   600   Yes
BTC   a5cf5134314043cd07cde9587c692001f548a2037198ae19...   16/2/13 05:02am   7h53m20s   0.11249347   0.00000000   14673   Yes
BTC   06f40a262365d20e44bdd5b6035b6336df00bf2751c78c29...   15/2/13 09:09pm   4h0m31s   0.05458464   0.00000000   7025   Yes
BTC   6b12918479cb94dbbdc7bdf5f11c7405d80ef89bdc3802ea...   15/2/13 05:08pm   14h59m3s   0.22250960   0.00000000   28419   Credited
BTC   ffb2f662bdf535066151a15f4f3dc368f620c597e3314324...   15/2/13 02:09am   14h57m57s   0.00006146   0.00000000   8   Yes
BTC   210d794edd6ee710f236157d6bb6a9d1256f403ab811c067...   12/2/13 00:22am   12h58m49s   0.00007078   0.00000000   9   Yes
BTC   5a83bb3c68c49b3c50baf5b50b1112305e433c5b692e827c...   11/2/13 11:17am   2h47m20s   0.00013826   0.00000000   18   Yes
BTC   81b68eb8490e7a4dd908b6ce4b9b2457eb1e496544d27be6...   11/2/13 07:15am   4h57m45s   0.00003944   0.00000000   5   Yes
BTC   72aa53ed6126d3d2a7ddc4dc29fba72a5ccf19981e4c9e47...   10/2/13 03:56pm   0h58m53s   0.00005348   0.00000000   7   Yes
BTC   15722a0ca85665c59ef6b15c0b4277d42cafa9f09a67e676...   10/2/13 02:57pm   9h48m50s   0.00059584   0.00000000   77   Yes

Dashboard:

   Balance ?   Processing ?   Estimation ?   Round Work ?   Payee Address
BitCoin   0.26328516   0.15887560   0.24289684073029   15912   1NHza6iPLPkMFCzhyH9FqkDQWHEeZHDncD

I switched to another pool for the time being until things have been sorted out.

17  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [708 Gh] MtRed (PPS, LP+, API, 0 FEE) STRATUM on pa.mtred.com:3333 on: February 17, 2013, 12:04:09 AM
My confirmed balance have almost half of what it had before I went to sleep last night. I checked the total of the confirmed rewards since my last payout and compared it to the balance on the dashboard page, seems the reward on the 15hr invalid block is missing.
18  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: ASIC has Begun! (CONFIRMED) on: January 31, 2013, 12:01:16 AM
Until they can find a way to ship each order cheaply, others will not get their ASICs.  Smiley
19  Other / Archival / Re: Pictures of your mining rigs! on: January 04, 2013, 02:03:44 AM
Wow, big blurry pics.

My advice, avoid getting your hands wet when tired.  Smiley
20  Economy / Securities / Re: [GLBSE] BFLS.RIG - BFL Hardware mining & Sales on: December 21, 2012, 05:50:00 AM
Received the test payment of 0.00001646 BTC. 
Thanks! Smiley
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