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January 15, 2013, 08:23:00 PM
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After I fire up GUIMiner and enter my details, there is an option called "Device:". I can either select "AMD C-50 Processor" (my cpu) or something called "Loveland." When I run it on my cpu, I average 500 khashes/s. On the later, however; I get about 3-5 mhashes/s.

So what is "Loveland"? Thanks.
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January 15, 2013, 08:42:00 PM
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Loveland is the codename of your GPU. It's your computer, you are supposed to know how your hardware is named lol.

This said, well, what's the problem? Your CPU make 500khash/s while your GPU 3-5mhash/s. That's all. It sucks and is very low, so it's wasted time but since it looks like a notebook it's normal.
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January 15, 2013, 08:44:55 PM
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Loveland is the codename of your GPU. It's your computer, you are supposed to know how your hardware is named lol.

This said, well, what's the problem? Your CPU make 500khash/s while your GPU 3-5mhash/s. That's all. It sucks and is very low, so it's wasted time but since it looks like a notebook it's normal.

No real problem; just wanted to know what the codename was. I realize my laptop is old and not really fit for mining, but I figure I might as well anyways, considering I don't pay for my electric bill.  Cool
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January 15, 2013, 08:45:31 PM
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Loveland is the codename of your GPU. It's your computer, you are supposed to know how your hardware is named lol.

This said, well, what's the problem? Your CPU make 500khash/s while your GPU 3-5mhash/s. That's all. It sucks and is very low, so it's wasted time but since it looks like a notebook it's normal.
someone using GUIMiner certainly dosnt know what his PC consists of or cant understand it correctly, simple logic.

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