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July 09, 2016, 08:36:13 AM
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Hi, Im new and I hope to post in the right forum ^^"
(and sorry for my bad english)

I have a Prospero X1 (with 100 GH/s) which I got really cheap.
After reset and new configure pool and anything else I just noticed that the hash rate is never more than 75 GH/s. Even when I overclock the device.
70-75 GH/s is max. But why? Has it something to do with slush pool I registered or is it something else?
The manual said that it should be about 120 GH/s with overclocking and 100 GH/s without. Do I have missed something?

Thanks for your answers and have a nice day^^

LG
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July 09, 2016, 05:36:39 PM
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it will take a few hours for the pool to recognize and give credit for true hash rate pool side.  Watch your worker stats for a minimum of 3 hours, but it will be more accurate letting it run for a full day.
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