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January 10, 2017, 08:43:14 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.

If im not mistaken, it depend on the difficulty of the dev pool, if your pool is more difficult, and dev pool less difficult it will get more share done for him, because the share hash faster for his pool than it does for your pool.
how it is possible?i wanna mine less difficult pool too.i thought that difficulty is the same for all miners and pools...not convincing...

you need to learn some basics first, pool difficulty does not make any difference on what you earn, you just save some pool and network bandwith with more diff on pool, and most pool have variable diff which is good

If the dev fee is time based (example 72 second per hour for a 2% fee) if dev pool is less difficult, than your main pool, it will hash more than 2% of your own mined share during this hour, because dev pool share are less valuable than yours and with the same hashing power, faster to hash/submit (but earn him less per share than yours) isn't it ? Or im wrong ?
If I am reading it right the answer is yes, the dev's share are worthless but will have more shares that are actually submitted than will be submitted on the main pool i.e. when miner is mining for you.
If on a pplns pool you should look at the 24hr average hash rate and multiply by 1.025 it should be close to the total speed that is reported by the miner.
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January 10, 2017, 08:46:12 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.

If im not mistaken, it depend on the difficulty of the dev pool, if your pool is more difficult, and dev pool less difficult it will get more share done for him, because the share hash faster for his pool than it does for your pool.
how it is possible?i wanna mine less difficult pool too.i thought that difficulty is the same for all miners and pools...not convincing...

you need to learn some basics first, pool difficulty does not make any difference on what you earn, you just save some pool and network bandwith with more diff on pool, and most pool have variable diff which is good

If the dev fee is time based (example 72 second per hour for a 2% fee) if dev pool is less difficult, than your main pool, it will hash more than 2% of your own mined share during this hour, because dev pool share are less valuable than yours and with the same hashing power, faster to hash/submit (but earn him less per share than yours) isn't it ? Or im wrong ?
If I am reading it right the answer is yes, the dev's share are worthless but will have more shares that are actually submitted than will be submitted on the main pool i.e. when miner is mining for you.
If on a pplns pool you should look at the 24hr average hash rate and multiply by 1.025 it should be close to the total speed that is reported by the miner.

Alright thx for confirming  Wink I also had quite a bit of trouble to understand this when i begun mining not long ago, still learning quite a bit everyday ! x1.02 for EWBF since it's 2% fee btw  Grin

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January 10, 2017, 09:56:20 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.

If im not mistaken, it depend on the difficulty of the dev pool, if your pool is more difficult, and dev pool less difficult it will get more share done for him, because the share hash faster for his pool than it does for your pool.
how it is possible?i wanna mine less difficult pool too.i thought that difficulty is the same for all miners and pools...not convincing...

you need to learn some basics first, pool difficulty does not make any difference on what you earn, you just save some pool and network bandwith with more diff on pool, and most pool have variable diff which is good

If the dev fee is time based (example 72 second per hour for a 2% fee) if dev pool is less difficult, than your main pool, it will hash more than 2% of your own mined share during this hour, because dev pool share are less valuable than yours and with the same hashing power, faster to hash/submit (but earn him less per share than yours) isn't it ? Or im wrong ?
If I am reading it right the answer is yes, the dev's share are worthless but will have more shares that are actually submitted than will be submitted on the main pool i.e. when miner is mining for you.
If on a pplns pool you should look at the 24hr average hash rate and multiply by 1.025 it should be close to the total speed that is reported by the miner.

Alright thx for confirming  Wink I also had quite a bit of trouble to understand this when i begun mining not long ago, still learning quite a bit everyday ! x1.02 for EWBF since it's 2% fee btw  Grin
I use the 2.5% because it takes time to switch to and from a pool as well as just luck in finding a share
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January 10, 2017, 10:13:02 PM
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I use the 2.5% because it takes time to switch to and from a pool as well as just luck in finding a share

Ah yes i see, that make sense  Cool not a bad idea, i'll do the same. thx for tip.

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January 10, 2017, 10:20:37 PM
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palit 1050 ti stormx 4gb, just pci-e power, 90% tdp, ~60w, 41% fun, 59°C

linux (or windows, no matter - same results)

145..150 Sol/s Smiley

the default core frequency is 1300 MHz, but the native function "boost" raises it to 1725 MHz O_o

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January 10, 2017, 10:34:18 PM
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I have problem of stability with error:46.
I cannot work more than 24hours without crash.
All rigs.. it's very strange. I don't read many people with the same problem.

V.10. GTx 1070 are different brand with different overclock but 4400 mem usually.
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January 10, 2017, 10:41:20 PM
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palit 1070 dual fan

memory clock +550
cpu clock + 150
power limit 80%

I only managed to get 390sols on the latest EWBF. Am I doing something wrong?
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January 10, 2017, 10:55:42 PM
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I have problem of stability with error:46.
I cannot work more than 24hours without crash.
All rigs.. it's very strange. I don't read many people with the same problem.

V.10. GTx 1070 are different brand with different overclock but 4400 mem usually.


We have the same problem.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17462221#msg17462221

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January 10, 2017, 11:01:15 PM
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Lower your OC, it's not connection issue.

No overclock here, stock settings.

I have same problem with 5x1070's, first card is still crashing.

Bad riser ? bad psu ? tested card alone ? no riser ?

I have exactly same second rig, and it's not crashing. Other algos are stable too, just this miner is causing problems.
I'm still changing parts from this rig, to another, and changed parts, are not causing crashs.
So I better mining something else with this rig, I don't have time neither nerves to watch that rig 24/7.

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January 10, 2017, 11:03:22 PM
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Try nicehash version, if it still crash then you rigs are not stable, prolly PSU or some weak link (power riser cables, risers, cards, etc)
zcash so far use more power and it spikes more then lbry, eth, etc

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January 11, 2017, 12:14:20 AM
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Sweet!! Thanks for the miner!  Grin

I get 280sol on 1070 but I get error: some thread is dead restart..

Might be too high overclock..

280???  Mine gives me 385H/s stock.

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January 11, 2017, 12:22:16 AM
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I have problem of stability with error:46.
I cannot work more than 24hours without crash.
All rigs.. it's very strange. I don't read many people with the same problem.

V.10. GTx 1070 are different brand with different overclock but 4400 mem usually.


Same here. It stops the miner at 3hres interval. (V.10. GTx 1070 stock)

Would be nice to have some switch to force restart the rig.


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January 11, 2017, 12:25:12 AM
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How much can a maximum powered GTX 1070 do on the current EWBF?

I'm getting 449 on NiceHash
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January 11, 2017, 12:25:53 AM
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How much can a maximum powered GTX 1070 do on the current EWBF?

I'm getting 449 on NiceHash

I'm, hitting 460-470 at +740mem, core at 2025.

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January 11, 2017, 12:26:19 AM
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I have problem of stability with error:46.
I cannot work more than 24hours without crash.
All rigs.. it's very strange. I don't read many people with the same problem.

V.10. GTx 1070 are different brand with different overclock but 4400 mem usually.


Same here. It stops the miner at 3hres interval. (V.10. GTx 1070 stock)

Would be nice to have some switch to force restart the rig.



Rig crashes or miner crashes? Google miner restart scripts, there are a bunch than can be easily implemented.

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January 11, 2017, 12:30:09 AM
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avg and avast flagging this as a virus what up with that?


since no one else has complained is that some lameness going on with my windows 7 or some other non sense that is try ing to keep me from mining or what?

update
kapersky runs along side this with no probs



apologies for the false alarm thank you for your hard work!!!
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January 11, 2017, 12:33:29 AM
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How much can a maximum powered GTX 1070 do on the current EWBF?

I'm getting 449 on NiceHash

I'm, hitting 460-470 at +740mem, core at 2025.

Makes me wonder what I can get with mine if I up the memory

My EVGA FTW supposedly has a faulty memory cooling and I am keeping it at 500, but I am able to hit 2150mhz GPU on mine. Now that BTC isn't on a steady rise I am more inclined to mine for Z and exchange when ready instead
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January 11, 2017, 12:36:26 AM
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How much can a maximum powered GTX 1070 do on the current EWBF?

I'm getting 449 on NiceHash

I'm, hitting 460-470 at +740mem, core at 2025.

Makes me wonder what I can get with mine if I up the memory

My EVGA FTW supposedly has a faulty memory cooling and I am keeping it at 500, but I am able to hit 2150mhz GPU on mine

Samsung or Micron? It's not faulty memory, its faulty capacitors. If you run your cards cool, there shouldn't be a problem.  I have a FTW and it's running at +740 also.  I recently had my first eVGA 1070 SC die on me, just received my RMA thought, so I'm back in business.  It's one of many cards, so thus far my failure rate has been low.

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what antivirus are you guys running?
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January 11, 2017, 12:47:01 AM
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How much can a maximum powered GTX 1070 do on the current EWBF?

I'm getting 449 on NiceHash

I'm, hitting 460-470 at +740mem, core at 2025.

Makes me wonder what I can get with mine if I up the memory

My EVGA FTW supposedly has a faulty memory cooling and I am keeping it at 500, but I am able to hit 2150mhz GPU on mine

Samsung or Micron? It's not faulty memory, its faulty capacitors. If you run your cards cool, there shouldn't be a problem.  I have a FTW and it's running at +740 also.  I recently had my first eVGA 1070 SC die on me, just received my RMA thought, so I'm back in business.  It's one of many cards, so thus far my failure rate has been low.

I don't know anything about Samsung or Micron. I remember something about how older GTX 1070's with the EVGA ACX coolers don't properly cool the memory. I can either send mine in or have EVGA send me a new cooler to install myself. Considering my GPU clock rates I won the silicon lotto so I don't want to send mine to them or burn out the memory
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