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April 03, 2016, 01:00:14 AM
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Some more hash rates for you:

C2750 Avoton (8-core): 80 H/sec
Google n1-standard-8 (8-core) VPS: 105 H/sec
X5650 Xeon (12-core): 164 H/sec
Google n1-highcpu-32 (32-core) VPS: 460 H/sec
E5-2670 Dual (32-core): 480 H/sec
E5-2690 v2 Dual (40-core): 640 H/sec
BC31S1P Xeon Phi (228-core): TBA Smiley

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April 03, 2016, 02:05:04 AM
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Some more hash rates for you:

C2750 Avoton (8-core): 80 H/sec
Google n1-standard-8 (8-core) VPS: 105 H/sec
Google n1-highcpu-32 (32-core) VPS: 460 H/sec
E5-2670 Dual (32-core): 480 H/sec
E5-2690 v2 Dual (40-core): 640 H/sec




Thanks for your post but don't you mean (32-hyperthread) and (40-hyperthread)?
E5-2670 has 8 cores and E5-2690 is 10 cores.

HASHRATE PER CORE  ~30 h/s for E5-26xx v2,  
          (guessing here) ~40 h/s == E5-26xx v3,
                                  ~50h/s for new/unreleased E5-26xx v4
so Xeon E5-2699 v4  22 cores 44 threads probably doing 1100 h/s @ $5000+ a piece,  YiKES!!!!!!!
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April 03, 2016, 06:53:37 AM
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so Xeon E5-2699 v4  22 cores 44 threads probably doing 1100 h/s @ $5000+ a piece,  YiKES!!!!!!!

Those cpu just came out so its normal its expensive also there is a Low power mode 22 core version ,
which is going to be awesome for virtualization, 65w only.

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April 03, 2016, 07:05:58 AM
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so Xeon E5-2699 v4  22 cores 44 threads probably doing 1100 h/s @ $5000+ a piece,  YiKES!!!!!!!

Those cpu just came out so its normal its expensive also there is a Low power mode 22 core version ,
which is going to be awesome for virtualization, 65w only.

they are good if you don't want to spend more by buying tons of motherboard and psu just for cpu mining



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April 03, 2016, 08:08:58 AM
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so Xeon E5-2699 v4  22 cores 44 threads probably doing 1100 h/s @ $5000+ a piece,  YiKES!!!!!!!

Those cpu just came out so its normal its expensive also there is a Low power mode 22 core version ,
which is going to be awesome for virtualization, 65w only.

they are good if you don't want to spend more by buying tons of motherboard and psu just for cpu mining
But GPU miners are inevitable sooner or later.

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April 03, 2016, 08:30:33 AM
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i7-4790K @ 4GHz:
[2016-04-03 10:30:07] Total: 199.28 hash/s

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April 03, 2016, 08:53:46 AM
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Some guy at work has like 20 of these Intel 755 socket CPUs. He would practically give them away for free but is there any motherboard out there that can run like 4 CPUs at once? Because if each CPU makes like $1/day then its not a bad deal but the problem is finding 755 socket motherboards, and having to deal with a new HD, PSU, etc.


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April 03, 2016, 09:54:11 AM
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Some guy at work has like 20 of these Intel 755 socket CPUs. He would practically give them away for free but is there any motherboard out there that can run like 4 CPUs at once? Because if each CPU makes like $1/day then its not a bad deal but the problem is finding 755 socket motherboards, and having to deal with a new HD, PSU, etc.



I'm sure you could find some used server board that runs 755 on ebay somewhere, its probably quite cheap because its a pretty old platform. Combine that with a cheap hdd and psu, and you'll have yourself a good rig Smiley you can even put a gpu or two on it for ETH or so Wink
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April 03, 2016, 02:22:37 PM
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Some guy at work has like 20 of these Intel 755 socket CPUs. He would practically give them away for free but is there any motherboard out there that can run like 4 CPUs at once? Because if each CPU makes like $1/day then its not a bad deal but the problem is finding 755 socket motherboards, and having to deal with a new HD, PSU, etc.



Spring break my son wanted to build a briefcase server for his dorm room. Needing a 755 socket board we went to a local pawn shop and after popping side panels found their cheapest pc's had them. He offered $40 on the $70 and of course they took it. Hit the pawn shops.
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April 03, 2016, 03:50:18 PM
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Some guy at work has like 20 of these Intel 755 socket CPUs. He would practically give them away for free but is there any motherboard out there that can run like 4 CPUs at once? Because if each CPU makes like $1/day then its not a bad deal but the problem is finding 755 socket motherboards, and having to deal with a new HD, PSU, etc.



Spring break my son wanted to build a briefcase server for his dorm room. Needing a 755 socket board we went to a local pawn shop and after popping side panels found their cheapest pc's had them. He offered $40 on the $70 and of course they took it. Hit the pawn shops.

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Some guy at work has like 20 of these Intel 755 socket CPUs. He would practically give them away for free but is there any motherboard out there that can run like 4 CPUs at once? Because if each CPU makes like $1/day then its not a bad deal but the problem is finding 755 socket motherboards, and having to deal with a new HD, PSU, etc.



It's not worth it.  You'll burn more electricity (and money to built those rigs) than what you'll earn.
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April 03, 2016, 06:29:51 PM
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Hi all,  love the Hodl, but i'm not understanding a purpose.  i know that main intent is to pay interest and to demonstrate the effects of compounding.  but past that, i don't get a feeling that this alt currency would be widely adopted.  please help me understand what i'm missing.  and why should i hold HODL?   sincerely - Taltos777
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April 03, 2016, 07:03:37 PM
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Hi all,  love the Hodl, but i'm not understanding a purpose.  i know that main intent is to pay interest and to demonstrate the effects of compounding.  but past that, i don't get a feeling that this alt currency would be widely adopted.  please help me understand what i'm missing.  and why should i hold HODL?   sincerely - Taltos777
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April 03, 2016, 07:40:26 PM
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Hi all,  love the Hodl, but i'm not understanding a purpose.  i know that main intent is to pay interest and to demonstrate the effects of compounding.  but past that, i don't get a feeling that this alt currency would be widely adopted.  please help me understand what i'm missing.  and why should i hold HODL?   sincerely - Taltos777

Maybe your right maybe it will only be slightly more adopted then Bitcoin.. seeing how HOdl is Bitcoin with interest


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Thanks so much for samsmith16 , finally i get coin on  E5-2650  Kiss


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April 03, 2016, 09:47:54 PM
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Anyone else knowing hashrate for other cpu.  Please post your hashrate and cpu

Pentium G3220 @ 3GHz, 20h/s

AMD FX 9370 @ 4.7GHz, 170h/s

Solo mined just two blocks now in the last week, both on the AMD machine.
2 bloks are 100 HODL
right now 1 hodl on yobit is 7135sat = 713500 sat you earned this week and how much electricity you used  Smiley

if you are smart buy it , it cheaper now Smiley


Having solo mined nothing for three days I've switched to pool mining which is earning me about 16~17 hodl a day. I'm sure my PCs are using more power than this is worth, and running hodlminer is affecting my ethminer hashrate, so going to stop mining hodl. It's not worth it.
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Anyone else knowing hashrate for other cpu.  Please post your hashrate and cpu

Pentium G3220 @ 3GHz, 20h/s

AMD FX 9370 @ 4.7GHz, 170h/s

Solo mined just two blocks now in the last week, both on the AMD machine.
2 bloks are 100 HODL
right now 1 hodl on yobit is 7135sat = 713500 sat you earned this week and how much electricity you used  Smiley

if you are smart buy it , it cheaper now Smiley


Having solo mined nothing for three days I've switched to pool mining which is earning me about 16~17 hodl a day. I'm sure my PCs are using more power than this is worth, and running hodlminer is affecting my ethminer hashrate, so going to stop mining hodl. It's not worth it.

Welcome to the club!!!!!!!!!!!!
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but HODL isn't bitcoin with interest.  i wish it were, but it's a different block chain. i'm not trying to be down on HODL, but what i'm saying is that someone from the HODL community should BUILD a HODL App, for general use to serve a purpose.  p.s. for full disclosure i own 267K of HODL.   we need to get a purpose to hodl and not just investing.
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April 03, 2016, 10:51:18 PM
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Anyone else knowing hashrate for other cpu.  Please post your hashrate and cpu

Pentium G3220 @ 3GHz, 20h/s

AMD FX 9370 @ 4.7GHz, 170h/s

Solo mined just two blocks now in the last week, both on the AMD machine.
2 bloks are 100 HODL
right now 1 hodl on yobit is 7135sat = 713500 sat you earned this week and how much electricity you used  Smiley

if you are smart buy it , it cheaper now Smiley


Having solo mined nothing for three days I've switched to pool mining which is earning me about 16~17 hodl a day. I'm sure my PCs are using more power than this is worth, and running hodlminer is affecting my ethminer hashrate, so going to stop mining hodl. It's not worth it.

Welcome to the club!!!!!!!!!!!!


Well if I'm reading this right... When you say "it's not worth it" to you.. You mean mining it then dumping it to pay the electric bill.. Your not able to do this? But in my eyes I'm mining for future value and my personal opinion is it is worth it.. However everyone must make this call on their own..


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So how much will one earn with 260h/s per day while pool mining ?

I see the estimates are way off...
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