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December 04, 2015, 12:59:58 AM
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I'm now running a test. I have 3 sticks on old DDR2 pentium dual core 4GB system with Anker USB 3.0 powered hub and 3 sticks on newer DDR3 i7 quad core 8GB system with Orico USB 2.0 hub.

All are running @ 300MHz.

Let's see how they do Smiley. I'm guessing the faster pc should help the sticks to a higher share because of data transfer rate but could be wrong, I usually am Cheesy.

the pc running the sticks should make no difference in a properly coded miner (ie cgminer). after all rpis run multiple higher clocked sticks fine. the usb 2 bus just xfers instructions to the stick, and the stick does the heavy lifting.

but ck, novak or sidehack can give the Definitive Answer.
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December 04, 2015, 01:17:55 AM
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It's 100% chance/luck, there is no correlation.

More sticks = more hash = more chances at a higher share.

Thanks for reply and sorry for delay, I've been tinkering Wink. Yes that's what I thought, what's happened doesn't seem like that though Huh.

I'm now running a test. I have 3 sticks on old DDR2 pentium dual core 4GB system with Anker USB 3.0 powered hub and 3 sticks on newer DDR3 i7 quad core 8GB system with Orico USB 2.0 hub.

All are running @ 300MHz.

Let's see how they do Smiley. I'm guessing the faster pc should help the sticks to a higher share because of data transfer rate but could be wrong, I usually am Cheesy.

I wish I would have kept 1 Orico usb hub back in the day.  They really were amazing quality and not a ton of hubs are metal.

Right now I'm using powered hubs I had in project area.  They were low priced and good for the money.  So I cant complain to much.  I would highly suggest looking into a RPI.  The fact of running on almost no electricity is nice.  Also they hold price pretty decent so one day you can sell the RPI if you needed money.  Just a lot of projects use them so keeps market up.

Out of curiosity what is our current percentage of hitting a block? On average?  I'm just curious I realize it's low but wondered in overall scheme.  But nice compacs are great running on low electricity.

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{"hashrate1m": "2.05T", "hashrate5m": "2.03T", "hashrate1hr": "2.06T", "hashrate1d": "2.32T", "hashrate7d": "5.06T", "lastupdate": 1449191245, "workers": 53, "shares":, "bestshare": 702803638.16469097, "bestever": 2935830018}


our team pulled    3,038,413,930     not 7,497,968,613  as this is both run added together

 you need to see a cdf for that many shares  but roughly 5%    for this round and maybe 11% on the two round combines
based on this info:  note pulled from kano.is


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December 04, 2015, 03:43:53 AM
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https://bitbucket.org/ckolivas/ckpool/src/0635c75560ee1823650d81008da2385f69843624/src/ckdb_data.c?at=master&fileviewer=file-view-default#ckdb_data.c-3025

Or: CDF = 1.0 - e^(-diff/netdiff)

(reasonable estimate for anything but a very tiny value for diff)

Of course I got that thanks to organofcorti Smiley

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December 04, 2015, 04:28:58 AM
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Thank you both Phil and Kano!  Intersting to see some numbers behind it all.   Been fun so far.

I'm still enjoying mining with these little guy's. Feels like the old day's in mining dealing with the sticks. So really quite fun I think personally.
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December 04, 2015, 04:40:52 AM
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Thank you both Phil and Kano!  Intersting to see some numbers behind it all.   Been fun so far.

I'm still enjoying mining with these little guy's. Feels like the old day's in mining dealing with the sticks. So really quite fun I think personally.

well if you one to five and mine   you spend around 125 for 5.  it is next to nothing to mine it for a year.  and the chance of a block and profit is not too bad.

Worst case is after a year you  still have 5 sticks.

if you run 5 and do balanced ½ at this pool and ½ at a pool like bitminter  you will have 5 sticks and some coin back.

we won't make much but still some fun.

In fact I AM GOING TO POINT MY AVALON 6 PAIR HERE FOR A DAY!

1) http://solo.ckpool.org/workers/1JiWuyX94wrCr7JhkAn7x5qNMCEef1KhqX.philipma1957donation
 

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December 04, 2015, 05:23:46 AM
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Aye, Aye, Captain.

Add one SP20 to the pile for a bit.....
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December 04, 2015, 04:27:45 PM
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Thank you both Phil and Kano!  Intersting to see some numbers behind it all.   Been fun so far.

I'm still enjoying mining with these little guy's. Feels like the old day's in mining dealing with the sticks. So really quite fun I think personally.

well if you one to five and mine   you spend around 125 for 5.  it is next to nothing to mine it for a year.  and the chance of a block and profit is not too bad.

Worst case is after a year you  still have 5 sticks.

if you run 5 and do balanced ½ at this pool and ½ at a pool like bitminter  you will have 5 sticks and some coin back.

we won't make much but still some fun.

In fact I AM GOING TO POINT MY AVALON 6 PAIR HERE FOR A DAY!

1) http://solo.ckpool.org/workers/1JiWuyX94wrCr7JhkAn7x5qNMCEef1KhqX.philipma1957donation
 

Well that's awesome - thanks philip! 

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December 04, 2015, 04:36:53 PM
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well I have 6 sticks and 6 U3 pointed to the pool Smiley

I'm off next week, but I should have 1xS3 and 1xS3+ waiting for me when I get back.
Maybe I'll add them too Smiley

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December 05, 2015, 04:31:47 PM
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Would like to join and will wait till the next round. I'm on Kano.is pool and
wonder why my stick 178 accepted 60 rejected probably means I'm too slow of a miner. Using the new Bfgminer (works great now even for avalon1)
12.42/12.24/ 9.87ghs  HW:/2   running for 12 hours

somtimes I get CBM:0 Comms error <werr=1>

Its plugged into a pci usb card. with a case fan pointed to it inside the computer case.


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December 05, 2015, 04:38:32 PM
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Would like to join and will wait till the next round. I'm on Kano.is pool and
wonder why my stick 178 accepted 60 rejected probably means I'm too slow of a miner. Using the new Bfgminer (works great now even for avalon1)
12.42/12.24/ 9.87ghs  HW:/2   running for 12 hours

somtimes I get CBM:0 Comms error <werr=1>



those are okay numbers.

 I will list you I think we may expand to 50 next round.

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December 05, 2015, 04:39:41 PM
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Would like to join and will wait till the next round. I'm on Kano.is pool and
wonder why my stick 178 accepted 60 rejected probably means I'm too slow of a miner. Using the new Bfgminer (works great now even for avalon1)
12.42/12.24/ 9.87ghs  HW:/2   running for 12 hours

somtimes I get CBM:0 Comms error <werr=1>



Have you tried increasing the voltage a little bit to get rid of those two HW? My two sticks run on HW:0 when the voltage is right for the freq.
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December 05, 2015, 05:07:51 PM
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what would the volt setting look like

--set compac:clock=150
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Awesominer is pointed the the wrong directory so it was set at some default clock/volt and not mine. Another case of poor directory management bfgminer5.4.0 vs bfgminer5.4.1   (Note Awesomeminer can use either cfgminer or bfgminer you choose)


It should be set at 150 again thank everyone for getting me on the right track. This compac is the best usb miner ever, selling all my others including the avalon1

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December 05, 2015, 05:50:30 PM
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what would the volt setting look like

--set compac:clock=150
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Awesominer is pointed the the wrong directory so it was set at some default clock/volt and not mine. Another case of poor directory management bfgminer5.4.0 vs bfgminer5.4.1   (Note Awesomeminer can use either cfgminer or bfgminer you choose)


It should be set at 150 again thank everyone for getting me on the right track. This compac is the best usb miner ever, selling all my others including the avalon1

Good to hear you're solving the issue. Just in case, I'll point you to the official compac support thread where there's lots of info on the first post https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1173963.0

The voltage adjustment is made by moving the tiny screw on the front as seen here: (maybe you already figured it out)
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December 05, 2015, 05:53:16 PM
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Can I add a couple of R-boxes to the pool?  Would only be around 65 Gh/s but every bit could help! 

Let me know
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December 05, 2015, 09:33:50 PM
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Can I add a couple of R-boxes to the pool?  Would only be around 65 Gh/s but every bit could help!  

Let me know


you do not seem to be on the list as a stick miner.

so for now the answer would be no.-- I could have missed something.

I may be missing you on list so let me look a bit more.

we now have a full list of 40 stick miners and a few as waiting room.

please let me review the waiting list and mining list.

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December 05, 2015, 10:02:01 PM
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Can I add a couple of R-boxes to the pool?  Would only be around 65 Gh/s but every bit could help!  

Let me know


you do not seem to be on the list as a stick miner.

so for now the answer would be no.-- I could have missed something.

I may be missing you on list so let me look a bit more.

we now have a full list of 40 stick miners and a few as waiting room.

please let me review the waiting list and mining list.

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Kinda the point is that all have at least one stick as the cloud kinda is a fun social way  to support sidehack and his projects.   If your wanting to do this and do not have a compac I suggest going to his group buy thread soon, as I'm not sure how many are left for sale.

And a lot of us are looking forward to his pods next.  Still not a lot of info on those yet.
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December 05, 2015, 10:47:03 PM
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Kinda the point is that all have at least one stick as the cloud kinda is a fun social way  to support sidehack and his projects.   If your wanting to do this and do not have a compac I suggest going to his group buy thread soon, as I'm not sure how many are left for sale.

And a lot of us are looking forward to his pods next.  Still not a lot of info on those yet.
Okay I see, sorry about that.  Will check on available compacs direct, or through resellers! You can exclude me for now...
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December 05, 2015, 10:53:18 PM
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Kinda the point is that all have at least one stick as the cloud kinda is a fun social way  to support sidehack and his projects.   If your wanting to do this and do not have a compac I suggest going to his group buy thread soon, as I'm not sure how many are left for sale.

And a lot of us are looking forward to his pods next.  Still not a lot of info on those yet.
Okay I see, sorry about that.  Will check on available compacs direct, or through resellers! You can exclude me for now...

I bought some from asicpuppy.com recently, you can pay with BTC or Paypal and they ship worldwide Smiley.

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December 06, 2015, 01:20:42 AM
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Renting 12TH for 20 hours fingers crossed Smiley.

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December 06, 2015, 01:23:54 AM
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Renting 12TH for 20 hours fingers crossed Smiley.
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I just pulled the avalons

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