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October 30, 2013, 07:48:15 AM
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Tried out 0.98 a few hours. I had a decrease of performance 281GH/s to 260GH/s.
Back to 0.97.

It seems that miners that are working well with previous firmware don't work well with 0.98.
And miners that are not working with previous firmware work well with 0.98.


dang it ...much like my life...I connected my Jupiter and infected you all!!!

(i'm always a*ss backwards from everyone else and last to get the memo.so it .figures)

by the by got an email that my 1 item I did keep and not upgrade to the monarchs (I know I know monarchs are pipe dream but considering I only had jallys and a 30g.... well punted....with bfl's refund policy and them being bricks and all)...anyway....I ordered it in April BEFORE KNC EXISTED AS A COMPANY and it will arrive 2 weeks later then my Jupiter did....

see how now  my above comment on everything backwards in my life makes sense don't it?

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October 30, 2013, 08:18:57 AM
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Variance. Just because a calculator says you should be getting say 2 bitcoins a day (in theory), doesn't mean you will be able to actually earn 2 bitcoins a day in reality. It all depends on luck of the pool, your hashing speed (stable, unstable, stale, dupes), size of the pool, number of miners in the pool, fees, payment type.... a whole lot of other factors.

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October 30, 2013, 09:40:40 AM
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So I applied .98 about an hour ago. Took my machine a little to warm up to it, but now my Mercury is hashing just over 100 at 110, highest of 126. Time to see if it stays in this range. Seems to jump up and down quite a bit, I'm guessing this is normal? How stable are these machines suppose to be?

This whole afternoon before applying the patch, it was going up and down from 80g to 100g every two hours it seemed. Seemed to peak, then drop, peak, then drop slowly over that time period, odd.

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October 30, 2013, 10:03:28 AM
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Extremely happy with 0.98 on all 3 Jupiters, no variance between them at all and the pool rate has rocketed up to same as CGminer.




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October 30, 2013, 10:24:22 AM
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Tried out 0.98 a few hours. I had a decrease of performance 281GH/s to 260GH/s.
Back to 0.97.

It seems that miners that are working well with previous firmware don't work well with 0.98.
And miners that are not working with previous firmware work well with 0.98.

Same experience here, my very best jupiter was averaging about 540GH/s on factory installed 0.95
On upgrade to 0.98 the hashrate dropped by over 100GH/s and WU by 2000
I then ran enablecores and restarted

Code:
cgminer version 3.6.6 - Started: [2013-10-30 10:09:40]
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 (5s):617.1G (avg):565.6Gh/s | A:85600  R:0  HW:1652  WU:7814.4/m
 ST: 2  SS: 3  NB: 2  LW: 100067  GF: 0  RF: 0
 Connected to redacted diff 400 with stratum as user redacted
 Block: 000a3686512dabbd...  Diff:391M  Started: [10:15:17]  Best share: 41.1K
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 [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 KnC 0:                | 582.2G/565.7Gh/s | A:85600 R:0 HW:1655 WU: 7835.0/m
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October 30, 2013, 10:30:04 AM
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Apologies if it's been asked before. But any method to fix the error below? Everything seems to be running fine but I don't see stats.

CGMiner Status   Running (Connect to CGMiner API failed)

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October 30, 2013, 10:36:19 AM
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Apologies if it's been asked before. But any method to fix the error below? Everything seems to be running fine but I don't see stats.

CGMiner Status   Running (Connect to CGMiner API failed)

On the mining page in the webui of your miner, make sure the 'CGMiner API Enabled' checkbox is checked.

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October 30, 2013, 10:49:02 AM
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Tried out 0.98 a few hours. I had a decrease of performance 281GH/s to 260GH/s.
Back to 0.97.

It seems that miners that are working well with previous firmware don't work well with 0.98.
And miners that are not working with previous firmware work well with 0.98.

Same experience here, my very best jupiter was averaging about 540GH/s on factory installed 0.95
On upgrade to 0.98 the hashrate dropped by over 100GH/s and WU by 2000
I then ran enablecores and restarted

Code:
cgminer version 3.6.6 - Started: [2013-10-30 10:09:40]
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 (5s):617.1G (avg):565.6Gh/s | A:85600  R:0  HW:1652  WU:7814.4/m
 ST: 2  SS: 3  NB: 2  LW: 100067  GF: 0  RF: 0
 Connected to redacted diff 400 with stratum as user redacted
 Block: 000a3686512dabbd...  Diff:391M  Started: [10:15:17]  Best share: 41.1K
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 KnC 0:                | 582.2G/565.7Gh/s | A:85600 R:0 HW:1655 WU: 7835.0/m
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behind the times here also on .95 is enable cores an option in the newer drivers etc.....or sep program?

thanks

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October 30, 2013, 10:56:53 AM
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Apologies if it's been asked before. But any method to fix the error below? Everything seems to be running fine but I don't see stats.

CGMiner Status   Running (Connect to CGMiner API failed)

On the mining page in the webui of your miner, make sure the 'CGMiner API Enabled' checkbox is checked.


Thanks...

That's now checked, didn't seem to change anything though, is there another step? I've cleared cache etc on the browser...

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October 30, 2013, 10:57:57 AM
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Apologies if it's been asked before. But any method to fix the error below? Everything seems to be running fine but I don't see stats.

CGMiner Status   Running (Connect to CGMiner API failed)

On the mining page in the webui of your miner, make sure the 'CGMiner API Enabled' checkbox is checked.


Thanks...

That's now checked, didn't seem to change anything though, is there another step? I've cleared cache etc on the browser...

yes, you have to restart cgminer in order to apply the config modifications

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October 30, 2013, 10:58:29 AM
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So I applied .98 about an hour ago. Took my machine a little to warm up to it, but now my Mercury is hashing just over 100 at 110, highest of 126. Time to see if it stays in this range. Seems to jump up and down quite a bit, I'm guessing this is normal? How stable are these machines suppose to be?

This whole afternoon before applying the patch, it was going up and down from 80g to 100g every two hours it seemed. Seemed to peak, then drop, peak, then drop slowly over that time period, odd.

Comments?

Mine sat at 136 then at 140 when I went to .97 and has been on 141 to 144 ave on .97 so far...on the pool and on the miner software. The only other stats were that short term Eligus BS which was wildly over and under that. Oh and running at 38C max.
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October 30, 2013, 10:59:25 AM
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Apologies if it's been asked before. But any method to fix the error below? Everything seems to be running fine but I don't see stats.

CGMiner Status   Running (Connect to CGMiner API failed)

On the mining page in the webui of your miner, make sure the 'CGMiner API Enabled' checkbox is checked.


Thanks...

That's now checked, didn't seem to change anything though, is there another step? I've cleared cache etc on the browser...

yes, you have to restart cgminer in order to apply the config modifications

Hey there we go, thanks! *feeling a bit silly right now though Smiley*

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October 30, 2013, 11:01:21 AM
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So I applied .98 about an hour ago. Took my machine a little to warm up to it, but now my Mercury is hashing just over 100 at 110, highest of 126. Time to see if it stays in this range. Seems to jump up and down quite a bit, I'm guessing this is normal? How stable are these machines suppose to be?

This whole afternoon before applying the patch, it was going up and down from 80g to 100g every two hours it seemed. Seemed to peak, then drop, peak, then drop slowly over that time period, odd.

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Mine sat at 136 then at 140 when I went to .97 and has been on 141 to 144 ave on .97 so far...on the pool and on the miner software. The only other stats were that short term Eligus BS which was wildly over and under that. Oh and running at 38C max.

Hmmm, I'm getting basically 100G, 106 if I'm lucky at the moment, highest was 126 for a very short while.  It's running better than it was on any other firmware so I'm not wanting to change it just yet... Was hoping I could get a bit closer to 130 though...

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October 30, 2013, 11:02:29 AM
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Ok, left bags covering most of the heatsinks overnight and stats are still better. The temp sensor must be in the chip because otherwise how would I have shown it being hotter with an open case? Edit: used an IR temp sensor and highest temp I can find anywhere is 130F, so even though the temp sensor may not be in the chip, I am still below the temp of 70C that many are finding ideal. 130F is only 55C. So this method is only if your unit is in a cold basement like mine.






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October 30, 2013, 11:12:31 AM
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A little off topic light relief. Someone with luck lol
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October 30, 2013, 11:18:47 AM
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So I applied .98 about an hour ago. Took my machine a little to warm up to it, but now my Mercury is hashing just over 100 at 110, highest of 126. Time to see if it stays in this range. Seems to jump up and down quite a bit, I'm guessing this is normal? How stable are these machines suppose to be?

This whole afternoon before applying the patch, it was going up and down from 80g to 100g every two hours it seemed. Seemed to peak, then drop, peak, then drop slowly over that time period, odd.

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Mine sat at 136 then at 140 when I went to .97 and has been on 141 to 144 ave on .97 so far...on the pool and on the miner software. The only other stats were that short term Eligus BS which was wildly over and under that. Oh and running at 38C max.

Hmmm, I'm getting basically 100G, 106 if I'm lucky at the moment, highest was 126 for a very short while.  It's running better than it was on any other firmware so I'm not wanting to change it just yet... Was hoping I could get a bit closer to 130 though...

What's your HW error %? Some seem to be very high and some very low. I'm around 1.5% so lucky I think. 130 - 140 per module seems to be average though.
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October 30, 2013, 11:20:08 AM
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as a reminder to all with multiple miners....    just update ONE and see how it goes on next firmwares

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October 30, 2013, 11:59:51 AM
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So I applied .98 about an hour ago. Took my machine a little to warm up to it, but now my Mercury is hashing just over 100 at 110, highest of 126. Time to see if it stays in this range. Seems to jump up and down quite a bit, I'm guessing this is normal? How stable are these machines suppose to be?

This whole afternoon before applying the patch, it was going up and down from 80g to 100g every two hours it seemed. Seemed to peak, then drop, peak, then drop slowly over that time period, odd.

Comments?

Mine sat at 136 then at 140 when I went to .97 and has been on 141 to 144 ave on .97 so far...on the pool and on the miner software. The only other stats were that short term Eligus BS which was wildly over and under that. Oh and running at 38C max.

Hmmm, I'm getting basically 100G, 106 if I'm lucky at the moment, highest was 126 for a very short while.  It's running better than it was on any other firmware so I'm not wanting to change it just yet... Was hoping I could get a bit closer to 130 though...

What's your HW error %? Some seem to be very high and some very low. I'm around 1.5% so lucky I think. 130 - 140 per module seems to be average though.

Haven't checked yet tbh, only had the machine since last night. I'm guessing I have to log in and view CGMiner for those stats, so that may take me a little while to get my head around. I'm still trying to work out where I'm going to put it.

Where do you guys have your machines set up? Care to share some imagery? Smiley

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October 30, 2013, 12:31:22 PM
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Under the roof i got my booth, i made a hole in the wall, to let creepy Fans noise go away, it cost my insomnia, now is my miner on the closed next to the laundry
It will be nice to have an opinion as mercury and Saturn customers buy an extinction board for nornal roi price
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October 30, 2013, 12:57:51 PM
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Under the roof i got my booth, i made a hole in the wall, to let creepy Fans noise go away, it cost my insomnia, now is my miner on the closed next to the laundry
It will be nice to have an opinion as mercury and Saturn customers buy an extinction board for nornal roi price

Upgrade ? Nope, not for half normal price. Won't have a chance to break even.
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