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May 31, 2011, 05:30:35 PM
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So, let's say I have an account with a mining pool.

I have three computers, and four graphics cards.

Is there any advantage to me, to have a separate worker for each card?
Because if I point them all to the same worker, I get the same total hash speed.
It won't make me mine any faster, right?
Separate workers are just for organization, right?

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May 31, 2011, 05:35:33 PM
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So, let's say I have an account with a mining pool.

I have three computers, and four graphics cards.

Is there any advantage to me, to have a separate worker for each card?
Because if I point them all to the same worker, I get the same total hash speed.
It won't make me mine any faster, right?
Separate workers are just for organization, right?

Correct....i use 2 different workers for my 2 machines so i can quickly tell which one is down/having issues.
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