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Author Topic: GekkoScience Compac BM1384 Stickminer Official Support Thread  (Read 265270 times)
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January 13, 2018, 02:23:00 PM
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I'm actually using it at 300mHz and is running up to 40Ghs but the average is around 30-35 gHs.

No you don't, unless you're using 2 sticks. However, since the original Compac discussed in this thread went out of production over a year ago it's more likely you're using a single 2Pac, you should probably use the 2Pac support thread instead.

That said, stickminers will very likely never be profitable. They're learning tools, or lottery miners (mining solo), or unofficially and unfortunately, a way for greedy resellers to fleece people.

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January 13, 2018, 02:42:49 PM
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I point mine at bravo-mining.

He gives a 1 btc bonus if you hit the block.

I don’t expect to make a profit on them but if I do it is okay.

I mine alt coins with https://simplemining.net...
I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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January 14, 2018, 02:19:26 PM
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Hi to all,

I'm actually using it at 300mHz and is running up to 40Ghs but the average is around 30-35 gHs.
I would like to ask you guys here, if there is any coin you are able to mine with some concret results.
After 3 week on slushpool for bitcoin, I'm at around 5% of minimum threshold.And is gonna be about 0.001BTC
I tried then multi pool, to mine Digibyte, after a full day, totally zero. Was looking like the difficulty was like 700-900M and I wasn't able to get any share, so just new block and new difficulty, nothing else, a full day lost.
Always on multi pool, I'm trying right now to mine mazacoin, MZC, look like as per difficulty level is the only one I could get, but only cryptopia work with this coin, and the website is still not accepting any new account since December.
Do anybody knows how comes I'm able to mine the BTC, with it huge difficulty, but not able to mine digibyte?
I do believe that is something wrong about the level of difficulty, and I don't know how to solve it.
Any suggestion about?
Or what you guys mine whit the Gekko??

Thank you in advance!

Andrea

wow! 300mhz and 40gh is pretty awesome, can you post some pics of your setup. would be much appreciated Smiley

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January 14, 2018, 03:40:43 PM
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So I have what I thought was going to be a simple set up. A Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, a D-Link Powered USB Hub and a Gekko USB miner. However, I am only getting hashrates of around 500MH/s. Way lower that the 15GH/s advertised.

Any thoughts on what I am doing wrong?

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January 14, 2018, 03:57:58 PM
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I think it's safe to say at this point that nobody who posts questions in this thread is using a Compac. Since the Compac went out of production well over a year ago, and since then we've made about four times as many 2Pacs.

And then there's the consideration that, even if it's a Compac in question, the 2Pac driver and cgminer are a couple years newer and much much better and with current support.

So, maybe people should just stop posting in this thread. And instead go over to the 2Pac Support Thread for questions about 2Pacs. And maybe consider searching in it just a bit before posting questions because almost all of them have been asked already. Especially if the issue is you're using stock cgminer without 2Pac support and your stick is enumerating as an AMU with a ridiculously low hashrate.

So, 2Pac users, please let this thread die. Go somewhere with current (and actual pertinent) information, where the name of your product is in the title.

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