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June 03, 2011, 03:20:18 AM
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The user is working at least 4x as many shares as the top user!
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June 03, 2011, 03:27:43 AM
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The user is working at least 4x as many shares as the top user!

I don't know, but according to my math they are running around 65.4225708 GH/s .. so it's a very short list of who it can be.

Edit: GH, not MH

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June 03, 2011, 03:34:52 AM
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Yeah. The odd part is if you go through the block statistics they seem to be high for 1-2 blocks then back down to <500MH/s... more stable in the last few rounds though.
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June 03, 2011, 03:38:18 AM
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How do you see individual user's hashrates?

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June 03, 2011, 03:41:46 AM
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How do you see individual user's hashrates?

I calculate hashrate from (their payout/my payout) * my hasrate

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June 03, 2011, 03:43:38 AM
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Yeah. The odd part is if you go through the block statistics they seem to be high for 1-2 blocks then back down to <500MH/s... more stable in the last few rounds though.

No matter how you put it together that's a lot of cards so I'm sure some of them get shopped around between pools.

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June 03, 2011, 03:47:54 AM
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Oh ok I found it I didn't see that under block statistics thanks!

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June 03, 2011, 03:49:27 AM
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Is it cypherfox's two clusters of FPGA's ? 

Or ArtForz's custom-asic chips?

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June 03, 2011, 03:51:12 AM
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Is it cypherfox's two clusters of FPGA's ? 

Or ArtForz's custom-asic chips?

Do those even exist? I haven't been paying much attention but last I saw there wasn't any evidence of those existing.
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June 03, 2011, 03:56:39 AM
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Uh. I think it's the pool owner. He has the most solved blocks.

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June 03, 2011, 04:02:19 AM
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It isn't me.  I have always been User #1.  Most my block solves were in the first 100 when we were still pretty small.

I can say that I thought User #2631 was a DDoS attack earlier today, the sheer number of connections (mostly in TIME_WAIT since they only last < 0.5 seconds) from his setup was baffling.

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June 03, 2011, 04:04:07 AM
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I could think of 2 possibilities, but I'm not saying. If they wanted the world to know who they were, they would hop on here and be all like "Yeah, you see that awesome powa? That's me bitches."

If you spend any amount of time in the IRC channel, you could probably draw your own conclusions.

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June 03, 2011, 04:04:56 AM
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Is it cypherfox's two clusters of FPGA's ? 

Or ArtForz's custom-asic chips?

Do those even exist? I haven't been paying much attention but last I saw there wasn't any evidence of those existing.

There's a thread somewhere about biggest miners, I think it was a few weeks back. I can't find it right now.

ArtForz was said to have somewhere in the range of 40Gh/s with about half of that being asic chips.

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June 03, 2011, 04:05:41 AM
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I could think of 2 possibilities, but I'm not saying. If they wanted the world to know who they were, they would hop on here and be all like "Yeah, you see that awesome powa? That's me bitches."

If you spend any amount of time in the IRC channel, you could probably draw your own conclusions.

Is it a secret?

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June 03, 2011, 04:08:32 AM
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Is it cypherfox's two clusters of FPGA's ? 

Or ArtForz's custom-asic chips?

Do those even exist? I haven't been paying much attention but last I saw there wasn't any evidence of those existing.

There's a thread somewhere about biggest miners, I think it was a few weeks back. I can't find it right now.

ArtForz was said to have somewhere in the range of 40Gh/s with about half of that being asic chips.

That's too bad that you can't find it. I remember seeing cypherfox's thread for weeks with lots of bold claims and tons of people going on and on with pie in the sky dreams, but I never saw any hard evidence that he produced anything real. Would have been nice to see if that had really come to anything or not.

I'll have to look up ArtForz separately.
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June 03, 2011, 04:19:40 AM
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Is it cypherfox's two clusters of FPGA's ? 

Or ArtForz's custom-asic chips?

Do those even exist? I haven't been paying much attention but last I saw there wasn't any evidence of those existing.

There's a thread somewhere about biggest miners, I think it was a few weeks back. I can't find it right now.

ArtForz was said to have somewhere in the range of 40Gh/s with about half of that being asic chips.

That's too bad that you can't find it. I remember seeing cypherfox's thread for weeks with lots of bold claims and tons of people going on and on with pie in the sky dreams, but I never saw any hard evidence that he produced anything real. Would have been nice to see if that had really come to anything or not.

I'll have to look up ArtForz separately.

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09:31    ArtForz    currently ~ 38Gh/s, about half of that from asics
09:31    ArtForz    got another 20Gh/s coming in in ~2 weeks

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June 03, 2011, 05:02:59 AM
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Were would one go about getting one of these asics?
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June 03, 2011, 05:05:09 AM
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I don't think he's selling them.  You'd need to learn VHDL and negotiate with a foundry yourself.

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June 03, 2011, 08:02:57 AM
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User #2631?

That's my machine at the office, a 128 qubit D-Wave One.



Just wait until I finish my overclock3d Beowulf cluster of these quantum thingys.

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June 03, 2011, 08:08:59 AM
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I can say that I thought User #2631 was a DDoS attack earlier today, the sheer number of connections (mostly in TIME_WAIT since they only last < 0.5 seconds) from his setup was baffling.
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