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October 20, 2017, 10:46:16 AM
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for biblepay you can mining with any old shit cores=  1,2,4 cores is best choice ... no need newest xeons

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October 22, 2017, 05:55:44 PM
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monero, maybe votecoin too for the future,

if you want to check out our miner site for monero here:
 
http://miner.goopen.tk/

but it's still in progress, we still need to add a lot of things, but for now you can mine and/or at least see our site, it will improve... today is down due to bad weather around the area where server is stationed.

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October 22, 2017, 08:19:32 PM
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it depends on ur cpu hash rate , u can calculate the hashrate on nicehash.com to see how profitable it could be
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October 23, 2017, 12:42:56 PM
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guys i m mining via nicehas software with gtx 1070 and 970 thats ok. but i have
1 x E5-2620 V3 2.4 - 6C 12T
1 x E3-1220 v3 3.1 - 4C 4T
1 x i7-6700 3.4
4 x i5-6500 3.2

and i dont want to waste these CPU powers. How can i use it. Beyond all costs i wish like to know

1- which coin, software, pool or wallet should i use. (prefer no software just command system)
2- i have already a wallet on nicehash but there is a small depeosit fee is there any good alternatives.
3-Generally using win7 x64 or server2012 on them. should i install a linux or Ubuntu OS (in servers if i do it on virtualization will it decreese of my mining rate)
4-which period they are making transfers to wallet i mean after reached 0.001 LTC or 0.00006 BTC etc.

need your guidance. Thank you for all interest.

Note: Im searching about VRM #1 - poolinat0r.com and VRM #2 - poolinat0r.com
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October 24, 2017, 11:50:40 AM
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guys i m mining via nicehas software with gtx 1070 and 970 thats ok. but i have
1 x E5-2620 V3 2.4 - 6C 12T
1 x E3-1220 v3 3.1 - 4C 4T
1 x i7-6700 3.4
4 x i5-6500 3.2

and i dont want to waste these CPU powers. How can i use it. Beyond all costs i wish like to know

1- which coin, software, pool or wallet should i use. (prefer no software just command system)
2- i have already a wallet on nicehash but there is a small depeosit fee is there any good alternatives.
3-Generally using win7 x64 or server2012 on them. should i install a linux or Ubuntu OS (in servers if i do it on virtualization will it decreese of my mining rate)
4-which period they are making transfers to wallet i mean after reached 0.001 LTC or 0.00006 BTC etc.

need your guidance. Thank you for all interest.

Note: Im searching about VRM #1 - poolinat0r.com and VRM #2 - poolinat0r.com

As mentioned before, you could mine biblepay,

Use this container if you don't want to deal with the optimized mining setup:

https://hub.docker.com/r/cryptozero/biblepay-opt/

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October 24, 2017, 01:36:11 PM
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I have 434h/s with Ryzen 1700x @ stock on xmr


only ?  that is not much for such expensive cpu
if i push my fx8300 above 4.4ghz id does also that speed  for only 1/4 price of the ryzen
i run it at 4.1ghz for 400h/s  going down to 385 when i use the computer


Good afternoon, tell me please what parameters of overclocking you have applied.
I have a processor 8320 motherboard gigabyte 970fx, 8 gigabytes of DDR3 1600. 7 cores, overclocked to 4.2 and above nothing helps. All energy-saving and other unnecessary functions disconnected in the BIOS.
As I have not played with the settings, I can not get over 300 hashes. tell me please how to do more. And the motherboard is heated to 69 degrees, the processor to 56. The bridge is heated. Thank you.
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October 24, 2017, 01:46:34 PM
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it depend if ryzen mining on win 10 vs 8.1 vs linux...... ryzen doesnt compile for minig all cpus coins= best choice is cpu with aes-ni
ryzens is nice for biblecoin

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October 24, 2017, 01:51:08 PM
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Try CPU-JayDDee\cpuminer with lyra2z
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October 24, 2017, 02:58:13 PM
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


I get 1550h/s with my dual xeon X5650  Grin

How do you do that?. I have an X5650 with free electricity, thanks for your help.
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October 24, 2017, 04:58:24 PM
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PsKminer  easy : 1x 5650 get 775 H/s with 32GB RAM ... jump to Aeon forum topic

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October 24, 2017, 09:17:11 PM
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PsKminer  easy : 1x 5650 get 775 H/s with 32GB RAM ... jump to Aeon forum topic

Thanks, I will try it.
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October 25, 2017, 06:16:04 AM
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


I get 1550h/s with my dual xeon X5650  Grin

how is it possible ? i have i5 6500 and i have something about 150 H / s but i use the Minergate. do you have any advice on which program to use? or settings? I will be very grateful  Smiley
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October 25, 2017, 06:25:07 AM
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what with XDN(DigitalNote) coin, have it perspective in the future, also mines on cryptonight algoritm?

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October 25, 2017, 11:38:49 AM
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


I get 1550h/s with my dual xeon X5650  Grin

how is it possible ? i have i5 6500 and i have something about 150 H / s but i use the Minergate. do you have any advice on which program to use? or settings? I will be very grateful  Smiley

With my Core i7 2600 with 8 MB cache I get around 700 H/s by using 4 threads of 2MB each with the miner XMRig and settings av=2, t=4 and cryptonight-lite.

A core i5 6500 has 6 MB cache so you can run 3 threads of 2 MB each and it should be around 500 H/s for Aeon. With a miner like Aeon-stak-CPU or XMRig you can choose using 1MB or 2 MB cache for each CPU thread and also set number of threads. The trick is to let the threads using only the cache memory in CPU and use a setting that use all of the CPU cache memory. You should not use more threads than supported bu the CPU. Core i5 6500 has 4 threads (one for each core) and using all 4 cores with 1MB memory each is only using 4MB cache memory and 2MB is left unused. You probably get higher hashrate by using 3 threads of 2MB each. Test both options and see what is best. Also check power usage and if the computer can run other tasks when mining on CPU. With 3 threads for CPU mining you should be able to run GPU mining also or use the computer for other tasks without having to stop CPU mining.

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October 25, 2017, 02:50:28 PM
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You can try bytecoin or manateecoin Grin Grin Grin
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October 27, 2017, 10:03:52 AM
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I used my laptop Sony Vaio E Core i5, is it ok for mining by CPU? Max Hashing Power is 40h/s Sad
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October 27, 2017, 10:24:46 AM
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I used my laptop Sony Vaio E Core i5, is it ok for mining by CPU? Max Hashing Power is 40h/s Sad

NEVER use a laptop to mine cryptos, use it only if you you want to see what Hashing Power you get with yours CPU , but thats it.
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October 27, 2017, 05:00:51 PM
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I used my laptop Sony Vaio E Core i5, is it ok for mining by CPU? Max Hashing Power is 40h/s Sad

NEVER use a laptop to mine cryptos, use it only if you you want to see what Hashing Power you get with yours CPU , but thats it.

Why do you say so? I mean I understand it's not very efficient but "NEVER"?
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October 27, 2017, 06:36:03 PM
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I used my laptop Sony Vaio E Core i5, is it ok for mining by CPU? Max Hashing Power is 40h/s Sad

NEVER use a laptop to mine cryptos, use it only if you you want to see what Hashing Power you get with yours CPU , but thats it.

Why do you say so? I mean I understand it's not very efficient but "NEVER"?
Can you destroy your laptop with that?

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October 27, 2017, 06:55:36 PM
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What's the point of using the laptop for CPU mining with the possible profit below 50 cents per day and the constant overheating of all the components? Mining won't necessary destroy the laptop however undoubtedly it will reduce it's lifespan. Even such a simple thing as a laptop's fan is not designed to last long in 24/7 mode. I had to replace a bunch of those when I was frequently using my laptops for intense calculations.
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