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October 08, 2015, 09:06:31 AM
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Am I doing this right? Because this "dindu nuffin".

I lowered the Core Clock from 1000 to 800 and Memory Clock from 1375 to 1000, just to get a sure result but the temp is pretty much the same. I also restarted the computer. Also, for some reason I can't change the core voltage, even though I made sure this option was ticked in the Settings.



You need to lower the voltage from 1200mV to 1000mV or lower. You will get lower temperature.

Thanks for stoping by. Btw, I couldn't lower the voltage for some reason even though I made sure this option was On in the Settings. Don't know why. Perhaps I need to do it in BIOS first.
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October 08, 2015, 11:45:33 AM
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Time to rent a few rigs Cheesy
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October 08, 2015, 01:50:28 PM
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Thanks for stoping by. Btw, I couldn't lower the voltage for some reason even though I made sure this option was On in the Settings. Don't know why. Perhaps I need to do it in BIOS first.

Some cards are voltage locked. Sad

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October 08, 2015, 02:43:12 PM
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Am I doing this right? Because this "dindu nuffin".

I lowered the Core Clock from 1000 to 800 and Memory Clock from 1375 to 1000, just to get a sure result but the temp is pretty much the same. I also restarted the computer. Also, for some reason I can't change the core voltage, even though I made sure this option was ticked in the Settings.



You need to lower the voltage from 1200mV to 1000mV or lower. You will get lower temperature.

Thanks for stoping by. Btw, I couldn't lower the voltage for some reason even though I made sure this option was On in the Settings. Don't know why. Perhaps I need to do it in BIOS first.

You have to flash the BIOS. Then, you can control the voltage in Afterburn.

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October 09, 2015, 01:14:54 AM
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Sold all my exp a while ago.  Exited just barely in time to break even.

I think the issue with pump & dump came from the fact that this is one of the only legit looking cryptos to come out of the altcoin section in ages.

Everyone recognized this and so they were waiting for exp to hit exchanges.  It got pumped like crazy, probably thanks to some ETH money flowing in as well.  Then people dumped it back down when they realized the price couldn't remain stable with the rate of inflation.

Good luck with the project guys, I will keep an eye on it to see if there's a good time to pick up some exp again.
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October 09, 2015, 06:53:14 AM
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This project is very good and the price of exp at the moment is low.

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October 09, 2015, 07:21:00 AM
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These Ethereum clones seem pretty interesting

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October 09, 2015, 12:34:02 PM
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Right now Expanse's price is a lot cheaper than it was before when it started. However, despite everything that Expanse has been blamed for (premine, difficulty, etc) I still have hope that Expanse will become stronger in the next year or so. I remember when Bitcoin was priced at around $0.07 per BTC when it first started and look at it now. It is the most valuable cryptocurrency around. So all I can say is that this is the beginning of a wonderful journey for Expanse and perhaps it will surpass Ethereum in the next years. The key here is patience and I'm still holding my EXP for the future.  Smiley

 

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October 09, 2015, 10:35:00 PM
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Sold all my exp a while ago.  Exited just barely in time to break even.

I think the issue with pump & dump came from the fact that this is one of the only legit looking cryptos to come out of the altcoin section in ages.

Everyone recognized this and so they were waiting for exp to hit exchanges.  It got pumped like crazy, probably thanks to some ETH money flowing in as well.  Then people dumped it back down when they realized the price couldn't remain stable with the rate of inflation.

Good luck with the project guys, I will keep an eye on it to see if there's a good time to pick up some exp again.

I think that sounds about right. My own expectations were that would would have massive hashing power, I expected it popular right away at least in that regard, and then slowly get on exchanges and build up the price/value. Obviously it went crazy right away and hit all the main exchanges within 24 hours. In order to maintain that price it would be difficult, but there is no reason we can't build it up over time now since our marketcap is extremely low at this point. So thanks, and yes, good idea to keep an eye on it. Smiley

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October 10, 2015, 05:43:05 AM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes


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October 10, 2015, 08:39:04 AM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes

Because ETH is on the death bed and need another huge financial aid or BTC to go to 1000.
With EXP DAO all the sallaries are in EXP thus motivating people to hold and price to reach sustainable levels.
The guys building this coins are legit and good to talk.

Join EXP Slack to see yourself...
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October 10, 2015, 08:39:58 AM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes
Because it has 99% premine, LOL

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October 10, 2015, 12:02:35 PM
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Thanks for stoping by. Btw, I couldn't lower the voltage for some reason even though I made sure this option was On in the Settings. Don't know why. Perhaps I need to do it in BIOS first.

Some cards are voltage locked. Sad
can be done by using VBE to modify bios
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October 10, 2015, 03:30:24 PM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes

Because ETH is on the death bed and need another huge financial aid or BTC to go to 1000.
With EXP DAO all the sallaries are in EXP thus motivating people to hold and price to reach sustainable levels.
The guys building this coins are legit and good to talk.

Join EXP Slack to see yourself...

But the they have to sell EXP to make a living.
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October 10, 2015, 06:21:26 PM
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How do yall feel about this gui wallet?


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October 10, 2015, 06:33:36 PM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes
Because it has 99% premine, LOL


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October 10, 2015, 06:34:19 PM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes

Because ETH is on the death bed and need another huge financial aid or BTC to go to 1000.
With EXP DAO all the sallaries are in EXP thus motivating people to hold and price to reach sustainable levels.
The guys building this coins are legit and good to talk.

Join EXP Slack to see yourself...

But the they have to sell EXP to make a living.

But they can decide how to spend it (who to pay) ...
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October 10, 2015, 10:47:42 PM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes

Because ETH is on the death bed and need another huge financial aid or BTC to go to 1000.
With EXP DAO all the sallaries are in EXP thus motivating people to hold and price to reach sustainable levels.
The guys building this coins are legit and good to talk.

Join EXP Slack to see yourself...

But the they have to sell EXP to make a living.

Except we dont have to "sell it", the tokens can be used by themselves to purchase goods and services.

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October 11, 2015, 09:27:54 AM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes

Because ETH is on the death bed and need another huge financial aid or BTC to go to 1000.
With EXP DAO all the sallaries are in EXP thus motivating people to hold and price to reach sustainable levels.
The guys building this coins are legit and good to talk.

Join EXP Slack to see yourself...

But the they have to sell EXP to make a living.

Except we dont have to "sell it", the tokens can be used by themselves to purchase goods and services.

I can confirm also that team looks pretty resourceful.
That they can use 100k/month does not mean at all that they have to do it or will do it ....
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October 11, 2015, 02:19:00 PM
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I agree there's a good team behind this coin but why use an Etherum clone?  Roll Eyes

We based it on Ethereum as there were some projects that we were already thinking about running on the Ethereum platform, and this allows us our own platform to do them on instead giving us more freedom. This way we can change the foundation a bit and try some new things, and we really wanted to create a self funding DAO system instead of using the ICO model of Ethereum. We believe our model has the ability to create a long lasted self funding sustainable ecosystem that solves some of the problems other crypto platforms are stuck with. (working on the white paper for it now)

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