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September 01, 2012, 08:39:02 PM
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Been looking into bitcoin mining for some time, but didn't take the plunge till last week, I hope I didn't wait to long.  But I am currently mining with 2 x5850's with and average rate of 463Mhash/s, and am thinking about upgrading to 2 x7950's or 7970's just don't know how much that will improve my rate and if the upgrade would be worth it.

I figure I will throw in a picture of my current rig, will post it in the pictures topic once I clear the newbie status.  I also read through the first few posts in the "Don't Trust Anyone" thread, and am curious to see if the online exchanges have gotten any more trustworthy in the year since that has been written.  Specifically MT.Gox as that is where I plan to sell my coins at and exchange.bitparking.com as that is where I plan to trade the namecoins for bitcoins.  If those aren't trustworthy or there are better ones I am always open to advice.


You can match that MHash rate with a single 7950, fyi.
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September 01, 2012, 08:44:09 PM
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Hello, I am Damon
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September 01, 2012, 08:52:32 PM
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Been looking into bitcoin mining for some time, but didn't take the plunge till last week, I hope I didn't wait to long.  But I am currently mining with 2 x5850's with and average rate of 463Mhash/s, and am thinking about upgrading to 2 x7950's or 7970's just don't know how much that will improve my rate and if the upgrade would be worth it.

I figure I will throw in a picture of my current rig, will post it in the pictures topic once I clear the newbie status.  I also read through the first few posts in the "Don't Trust Anyone" thread, and am curious to see if the online exchanges have gotten any more trustworthy in the year since that has been written.  Specifically MT.Gox as that is where I plan to sell my coins at and exchange.bitparking.com as that is where I plan to trade the namecoins for bitcoins.  If those aren't trustworthy or there are better ones I am always open to advice.

You can match that MHash rate with a single 7950, fyi.


Thank you, I was trying to find hashrates on the 7950/7970's but google was kicking my ass.  I did do some clocking and optimizing last night and am now averaging 566/Hhashs with the two cards.  And plan on adding three more cards to the rig just not sure which ones yet.  But so far I think this is a pretty good way to retire my old gaming rig.
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September 01, 2012, 09:18:51 PM
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"Introduce Yourself" is Faith No More's second album, released in 1987.  Wink
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September 02, 2012, 01:12:29 AM
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Hi!  The name is Asa!  Been interested in Bitcoin for awhile now.  I look forward to getting to know some people around here.

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September 02, 2012, 03:01:24 AM
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Been looking into bitcoin mining for some time, but didn't take the plunge till last week, I hope I didn't wait to long.  But I am currently mining with 2 x5850's with and average rate of 463Mhash/s, and am thinking about upgrading to 2 x7950's or 7970's just don't know how much that will improve my rate and if the upgrade would be worth it.

I figure I will throw in a picture of my current rig, will post it in the pictures topic once I clear the newbie status.  I also read through the first few posts in the "Don't Trust Anyone" thread, and am curious to see if the online exchanges have gotten any more trustworthy in the year since that has been written.  Specifically MT.Gox as that is where I plan to sell my coins at and exchange.bitparking.com as that is where I plan to trade the namecoins for bitcoins.  If those aren't trustworthy or there are better ones I am always open to advice.

You can match that MHash rate with a single 7950, fyi.


Thank you, I was trying to find hashrates on the 7950/7970's but google was kicking my ass.  I did do some clocking and optimizing last night and am now averaging 566/Hhashs with the two cards.  And plan on adding three more cards to the rig just not sure which ones yet.  But so far I think this is a pretty good way to retire my old gaming rig.

I did notice in your screenshot that it appears you're using the cards in a Crossfire configuration.  The advice I've heard is to not use Crossfire for a mining rig.  I don't have multiple cards, though, so it's never been an issue for me.
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September 02, 2012, 04:00:43 AM
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Hi Smiley
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September 02, 2012, 04:54:16 AM
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Hi. I just found out about bitcoins when I was doing some research on the Federal Reserve and the possibility of QE3 as I am interested in trading financial instruments.

I am not sure why I didn't stumble on this sooner.

I'm excited about this community and technology.

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September 02, 2012, 06:31:00 AM
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Been looking into bitcoin mining for some time, but didn't take the plunge till last week, I hope I didn't wait to long.  But I am currently mining with 2 x5850's with and average rate of 463Mhash/s, and am thinking about upgrading to 2 x7950's or 7970's just don't know how much that will improve my rate and if the upgrade would be worth it.

I figure I will throw in a picture of my current rig, will post it in the pictures topic once I clear the newbie status.  I also read through the first few posts in the "Don't Trust Anyone" thread, and am curious to see if the online exchanges have gotten any more trustworthy in the year since that has been written.  Specifically MT.Gox as that is where I plan to sell my coins at and exchange.bitparking.com as that is where I plan to trade the namecoins for bitcoins.  If those aren't trustworthy or there are better ones I am always open to advice.

You can match that MHash rate with a single 7950, fyi.


Thank you, I was trying to find hashrates on the 7950/7970's but google was kicking my ass.  I did do some clocking and optimizing last night and am now averaging 566/Hhashs with the two cards.  And plan on adding three more cards to the rig just not sure which ones yet.  But so far I think this is a pretty good way to retire my old gaming rig.

I did notice in your screenshot that it appears you're using the cards in a Crossfire configuration.  The advice I've heard is to not use Crossfire for a mining rig.  I don't have multiple cards, though, so it's never been an issue for me.


I do leave the bridge on there but disable crossfire for mining, just don't go in and take the bridge off, have tested with and without it, and each card still hits 285-295 either way..  I did learn the hardway for the first week about leaving it enabled though.  Thanks for the reply though, and I am sure it will help some of the other members out.
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September 02, 2012, 06:32:51 AM
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Hi I'm MrWubbles...

and I wub wubcoins Smiley


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September 02, 2012, 09:53:50 AM
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Hey there!
Just found out about this board, especially searching for some exchanges.
Hope for a good stay here Smiley.

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September 02, 2012, 11:18:06 AM
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Hello. I'm Michiel. I use Bitcoins because I like the way it works.
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September 02, 2012, 02:50:42 PM
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Hi.
I am exploring this new world. I read some things about bitcoin.
I'm curious to know more.
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September 02, 2012, 03:52:51 PM
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I found this site after reading about the pirate ponzi scheme going busto on a poker forum.
That said, bitcoin's are an intriguing concept, electricity is cheap here in Quebec and my gaming rig isn't getting much use so I'm looking to learn more.

Currently mining with an ATI 7770 getting about 185 Mhps and reading a ton of threads here.
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September 02, 2012, 06:15:13 PM
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Hello from the front range. I love decentralized currency!
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September 02, 2012, 06:26:15 PM
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Hi. I like the idea of bitcoins and I'm trying my poor programming skills with dailybitcoins-like site Smiley.

Unless stated otherwise, all opinions are of my own, not FaucetBOX.com's.
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September 02, 2012, 09:18:37 PM
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Hello .. we are BTC-Center

We are a new exchange service and starting nextweek.

We are provide BTC to Wester Union, SEPA and CASH (only for NL,BE,GER)
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September 02, 2012, 11:36:10 PM
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just hello Smiley
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September 03, 2012, 03:34:32 AM
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Hi everyone  Smiley I've been lurking for a few weeks and decided it was time to join. I've been interested in bitcoins for awhile but just now started buying and mining them.
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September 03, 2012, 05:06:46 AM
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I'm FG. I've been aware of BitCoin since mid-2010 and I bought in after the crash last year but have remained largely inactive. I finally decided to register because of all the pirate drama, because it fits with my multi-pronged obsessions with niche subculture, Internet drama and Ponzi schemes. Figured it was time to properly join up.
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