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April 13, 2013, 02:53:13 AM
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I was mining some litrcoin - and I saw some with this hash rate - 95532.3 kh/s    327.46 litcoin per day

what kind of rig would mine that when I see gpu's on ati cards doing 500 - 900 kh/s

just curious



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April 13, 2013, 02:58:31 AM
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Not one rig. A -LOT- of rigs running multiple GPUs per rig. You can get about 3.5MH/s out of 1 rig if you know what you're doing (maybe more if you're using 4U rackmounts). So that'd be about 27 or 28 rigs if it were just normal motherboards and GPUs and not a giant rackmount. Not even sure ATI drivers could support a 4U rackmount honestly.

The guy is probably making good money still, but the electrical costs would also be enormous.

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April 13, 2013, 03:06:43 AM
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Not one rig. A -LOT- of rigs running multiple GPUs per rig. You can get about 3.5MH/s out of 1 rig if you know what you're doing (maybe more if you're using 4U rackmounts). So that'd be about 27 or 28 rigs if it were just normal motherboards and GPUs and not a giant rackmount. Not even sure ATI drivers could support a 4U rackmount honestly.

The guy is probably making good money still, but the electrical costs would also be enormous.

thats makes sense - at current exchange rates its about $239,045.80  usd a year  - so not bad



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April 13, 2013, 03:24:04 AM
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The possibility also exists that miner may be using a botnet to mine. I know there are one or two silent miners floating about that are being used/distributed to/by botnet owners...
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