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June 13, 2011, 10:51:18 PM
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If anyone could help me out, I'd really appreciate it.

I am getting 20% rejected at this point. It fluctuates for unknown reasons. Sometimes it's fine, others it's terrible.
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June 13, 2011, 11:45:18 PM
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If anyone could help me out, I'd really appreciate it.

I am getting 20% rejected at this point. It fluctuates for unknown reasons. Sometimes it's fine, others it's terrible.

Try playing with your AGRESSION.  I'm sorry but it's likely an issue with your local setup rather than bitcoins.lc - I get consistent sub 1% rejection rates from the pool.  You could try asking for more help in the mining support forum.

Good luck!

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June 14, 2011, 12:58:50 AM
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If anyone could help me out, I'd really appreciate it.

I am getting 20% rejected at this point. It fluctuates for unknown reasons. Sometimes it's fine, others it's terrible.

Try playing with your AGRESSION.  I'm sorry but it's likely an issue with your local setup rather than bitcoins.lc - I get consistent sub 1% rejection rates from the pool.  You could try asking for more help in the mining support forum.

Good luck!

Will

Just wondering - can overclocking a card too much increase rejection rates?

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June 14, 2011, 02:22:49 AM
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If anyone could help me out, I'd really appreciate it.

I am getting 20% rejected at this point. It fluctuates for unknown reasons. Sometimes it's fine, others it's terrible.

Try playing with your AGRESSION.  I'm sorry but it's likely an issue with your local setup rather than bitcoins.lc - I get consistent sub 1% rejection rates from the pool.  You could try asking for more help in the mining support forum.

Good luck!

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Just wondering - can overclocking a card too much increase rejection rates?

If the card is overclocked to the point of being unstable then yes, since it will generate a hash it thinks is correct but if it makes an error it will turn rejected since the proof of work will fail.

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June 14, 2011, 02:34:22 AM
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If the card is overclocked to the point of being unstable then yes, since it will generate a hash it thinks is correct but if it makes an error it will turn rejected since the proof of work will fail.

Yea figured as much. I also suspect rejection rates can be affected by transient network conditions.

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June 14, 2011, 03:30:52 AM
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Ive not noticed any difference between running stock 750 or oc 790.
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June 14, 2011, 03:56:26 AM
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Ive not noticed any difference between running stock 750 or oc 790.

Move that to the hardware forum for help, start a thread there for help, you can reply to me there if you like. On a side note if I OC my cards such that they do not have enough voltage to perform I can actually slow the Mh/s down below stock speeds, assume you are running a Radeon. It's unlikely but possible the card is having trouble given the voltage, you may bump it a bit.

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June 14, 2011, 07:29:09 AM
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Hmmmm... this block seems to be taking a long time... Or is it just a delay in posting result?

Last block: Monday 13 Jun 16:38:12 PDT

Currently: Tuesday 14 Jun 00:28:23 PDT


Also in regards to stale/invalid shares... I am in Canada, on the West Coast, and I have averaged less then 1/2% of stale/invalid... so I don't think its quite a distance or location thing.

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June 14, 2011, 08:20:09 AM
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Hmmmm... this block seems to be taking a long time... Or is it just a delay in posting result?

Last block: Monday 13 Jun 16:38:12 PDT

Currently: Tuesday 14 Jun 00:28:23 PDT


Also in regards to stale/invalid shares... I am in Canada, on the West Coast, and I have averaged less then 1/2% of stale/invalid... so I don't think its quite a distance or location thing.

I think it was just a long block
hope we will solve more, i kinda like this pool, earn a lot here tbh
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June 14, 2011, 08:32:28 AM
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Yeah, so far it's been going really well.. even though i don't have all that much hardware to mine with... i am only pulling like 550MHashes/s.. maybe closer to 600... But my new Video card is coming in the mail soon Smiley

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June 14, 2011, 08:40:54 AM
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Yeah, so far it's been going really well.. even though i don't have all that much hardware to mine with... i am only pulling like 550MHashes/s.. maybe closer to 600... But my new Video card is coming in the mail soon Smiley
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June 14, 2011, 08:51:10 AM
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When are the personal and general stats back? I really miss them...

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June 14, 2011, 09:42:29 AM
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Yeah, so far it's been going really well.. even though i don't have all that much hardware to mine with... i am only pulling like 550MHashes/s.. maybe closer to 600... But my new Video card is coming in the mail soon Smiley
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My second 6950 should be arriving in a couple days... Then I get a crossfire rig as well as a 660ish MHash/s Miner... add my 5850 in my livingroom htpc.. and I might touch 1Ghash/s

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June 14, 2011, 09:45:07 AM
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My second 6950 should be arriving in a couple days... Then I get a crossfire rig as well as a 660ish MHash/s Miner... add my 5850 in my livingroom htpc.. and I might touch 1Ghash/s

grin Smiley

Yea I'm thinking of doing the same or just going a 6990 and using the 6950 in another rig..

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June 14, 2011, 09:52:03 AM
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My second 6950 should be arriving in a couple days... Then I get a crossfire rig as well as a 660ish MHash/s Miner... add my 5850 in my livingroom htpc.. and I might touch 1Ghash/s

grin Smiley

Yea I'm thinking of doing the same or just going a 6990 and using the 6950 in another rig..

No point in a 6990 unless you don't have the slots for crossfire.. 2 6970's will out mine a 6990, and save you a chunk of change to boot. But if you don't have the PCIE slots.. then it's probably about the same as a new board and 2 6970s... depending upon your cpu.
Heck.. Depending on prevailing 6990 prices, and the number of PCIE 16x (physical) slots on your mobo, 3 could be had for near the same price.. then your mining at ~150% a 6990... Depending upon how the miners scale when your throwing that much power around...

Or as you already have a 6950.. perhaps 3 of them... You know... now that i think of it.. i really ought to see what I have available for useable PCIE slots... hmmm...

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June 14, 2011, 09:53:52 AM
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Yeah, so far it's been going really well.. even though i don't have all that much hardware to mine with... i am only pulling like 550MHashes/s.. maybe closer to 600... But my new Video card is coming in the mail soon Smiley
im still waiting on 2 5770 hawk's Tongue


My second 6950 should be arriving in a couple days... Then I get a crossfire rig as well as a 660ish MHash/s Miner... add my 5850 in my livingroom htpc.. and I might touch 1Ghash/s

grin Smiley

im not really trying to spend to much money on it, but a 5770 hawk crossfire set up is quite a good gaming-setup
for the other 5770 i might use it to hook it up to my TV and home cinema if bitcoin fails, im still a bit sceptic about it.

But indeed, where are the stats!
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June 14, 2011, 09:54:11 AM
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No point in a 6990 unless you don't have the slots for crossfire.. 2 6970's will out mine a 6990, and save you a chunk of change to boot. But if you don't have the PCIE slots.. then it's probably about the same as a new board and 2 6970s... depending upon your cpu.
Heck.. Depending on prevailing 6990 prices, and the number of PCIE 16x (physical) slots on your mobo, 3 could be had for near the same price.. then your mining at ~150% a 6990... Depending upon how the miners scale when your throwing that much power around...

Hmm..yea my board supports crossfire so I'm thinking of going 2 x 6990's in the longer term.

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June 14, 2011, 09:58:11 AM
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Ahhh... Seen... Hmm but what do the 6990's retail around your neck of the woods? I'd imagine a cheap sempron and 3 5850's in a box with board, ram and PS could be had for the same price as 1 6990... although, the 6990 would possibly be more power efficient.

What miner and flags do you use with your 6950? what sort of yield do you get? I am with GUIMiner and default poc and getting 310-320 Mhash/s.. but feel like I should be able to eek out a bit more. Also, for me the -v -w128 decreases my throughput... but worked wonders on my 58xx.

Edit: Had to price check 6990's... they aren't as high as I thought up here around me.. so my bad.. i was placing them in the $800 arena.. when you can get em for low 7's... (my bad)

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June 14, 2011, 10:18:36 AM
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Strange.... two blocks found, but shares seem way off... and times are strange...

Is the site reporting blocks and shares accurately atm?

Thx

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June 14, 2011, 10:26:30 AM
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Strange.... two blocks found, but shares seem way off... and times are strange...

Is the site reporting blocks and shares accurately atm?

Thx
Got the same thing..

However, Jine credited the last block DOUBLE to ALL accounts Cheesy Hooray for Bitcoins.lc  Grin

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