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January 31, 2018, 02:35:25 PM
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Where can I find software for CPU mining?

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February 01, 2018, 01:57:37 AM
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hi all...
ive been messing around with cpu mining on a couple pieces of junk for about a year now...
for now, ive been just looking for things that are brand new, so my junk has a chance in the first week or so...
I have a chance to pick up a couple of old servers for about 250$ total...

1. Dell Poweredge 2950 (2U Server)
 Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5410 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR2 Ram (Max 64GB Ram)
 Dual 150GB SATA hard drives (system supports SAS or SATA drives)
and
2. Dell Poweredge R610 (1U Server)
Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5504 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR3 Ram (Max 192GB)
 Dual 160GB SAS hard drives (system supports 2.5" SAS and 2.5" SATA drives)
 Dual Redundant Power supplies

ive done some fairly extensive research and cant find shit for answers...

my question, what kind of hash rate could I expect out of these two for say, monero, aeon or other cpu coin?
would it be worth it at the end of the day?
thanks
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February 01, 2018, 06:59:48 PM
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hi all...
ive been messing around with cpu mining on a couple pieces of junk for about a year now...
for now, ive been just looking for things that are brand new, so my junk has a chance in the first week or so...
I have a chance to pick up a couple of old servers for about 250$ total...

1. Dell Poweredge 2950 (2U Server)
 Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5410 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR2 Ram (Max 64GB Ram)
 Dual 150GB SATA hard drives (system supports SAS or SATA drives)
and
2. Dell Poweredge R610 (1U Server)
Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5504 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR3 Ram (Max 192GB)
 Dual 160GB SAS hard drives (system supports 2.5" SAS and 2.5" SATA drives)
 Dual Redundant Power supplies

ive done some fairly extensive research and cant find shit for answers...

my question, what kind of hash rate could I expect out of these two for say, monero, aeon or other cpu coin?
would it be worth it at the end of the day?
thanks

if you can have it for 250$  i don't think that cpus are power hungry, should be good
but can't tell you what hashrate you can expect i don't have any intel, you have so check if cpu has AES
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February 01, 2018, 08:21:05 PM
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hi all...
ive been messing around with cpu mining on a couple pieces of junk for about a year now...
for now, ive been just looking for things that are brand new, so my junk has a chance in the first week or so...
I have a chance to pick up a couple of old servers for about 250$ total...

1. Dell Poweredge 2950 (2U Server)
 Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5410 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR2 Ram (Max 64GB Ram)
 Dual 150GB SATA hard drives (system supports SAS or SATA drives)
and
2. Dell Poweredge R610 (1U Server)
Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5504 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR3 Ram (Max 192GB)
 Dual 160GB SAS hard drives (system supports 2.5" SAS and 2.5" SATA drives)
 Dual Redundant Power supplies

ive done some fairly extensive research and cant find shit for answers...

my question, what kind of hash rate could I expect out of these two for say, monero, aeon or other cpu coin?
would it be worth it at the end of the day?
thanks

if you can have it for 250$  i don't think that cpus are power hungry, should be good
but can't tell you what hashrate you can expect i don't have any intel, you have so check if cpu has AES
thanks for the response
looks like no aes....can I assume that algos will run considerably slower because of this?...or not at all?
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February 02, 2018, 08:21:23 AM
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Now I try to mine these, KOTO, YTN, Zoin. Have predecessors have better suggestions?
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February 02, 2018, 09:29:37 AM
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What's the difference between CPU and GPU mining? I thought it was just ASIC and CPU mining..

It depends on which cryptos you gonna mine.
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February 03, 2018, 08:58:00 AM
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hi all...
ive been messing around with cpu mining on a couple pieces of junk for about a year now...
for now, ive been just looking for things that are brand new, so my junk has a chance in the first week or so...
I have a chance to pick up a couple of old servers for about 250$ total...

1. Dell Poweredge 2950 (2U Server)
 Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5410 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR2 Ram (Max 64GB Ram)
 Dual 150GB SATA hard drives (system supports SAS or SATA drives)
and
2. Dell Poweredge R610 (1U Server)
Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5504 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR3 Ram (Max 192GB)
 Dual 160GB SAS hard drives (system supports 2.5" SAS and 2.5" SATA drives)
 Dual Redundant Power supplies

ive done some fairly extensive research and cant find shit for answers...

my question, what kind of hash rate could I expect out of these two for say, monero, aeon or other cpu coin?
would it be worth it at the end of the day?
thanks
These CPUs would be probably slower than my Xeon X3440 @ 3,2 GHz.
I don't remember hashrate for Monero on my PC, but I did a calculations few months ago and it wasn't able to mine 1 Monero in a year... So you can try only if you have electricity for free.
You can try cpuminer-opt 3.7.x and try to mine some new coins, which use CPU-favour algos.
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February 03, 2018, 02:44:18 PM
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hi all...
ive been messing around with cpu mining on a couple pieces of junk for about a year now...
for now, ive been just looking for things that are brand new, so my junk has a chance in the first week or so...
I have a chance to pick up a couple of old servers for about 250$ total...

1. Dell Poweredge 2950 (2U Server)
 Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5410 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR2 Ram (Max 64GB Ram)
 Dual 150GB SATA hard drives (system supports SAS or SATA drives)
and
2. Dell Poweredge R610 (1U Server)
Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5504 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR3 Ram (Max 192GB)
 Dual 160GB SAS hard drives (system supports 2.5" SAS and 2.5" SATA drives)
 Dual Redundant Power supplies

ive done some fairly extensive research and cant find shit for answers...

my question, what kind of hash rate could I expect out of these two for say, monero, aeon or other cpu coin?
would it be worth it at the end of the day?
thanks
These CPUs would be probably slower than my Xeon X3440 @ 3,2 GHz.
I don't remember hashrate for Monero on my PC, but I did a calculations few months ago and it wasn't able to mine 1 Monero in a year... So you can try only if you have electricity for free.
You can try cpuminer-opt 3.7.x and try to mine some new coins, which use CPU-favour algos.

thanx for the info...
they are still for sale, (probably wont sell) I think I will wait a while and try to get them super cheap and use them like u said
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February 03, 2018, 06:14:51 PM
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hi all...
ive been messing around with cpu mining on a couple pieces of junk for about a year now...
for now, ive been just looking for things that are brand new, so my junk has a chance in the first week or so...
I have a chance to pick up a couple of old servers for about 250$ total...

1. Dell Poweredge 2950 (2U Server)
 Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5410 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR2 Ram (Max 64GB Ram)
 Dual 150GB SATA hard drives (system supports SAS or SATA drives)
and
2. Dell Poweredge R610 (1U Server)
Dual (2x4) Quad core Intel E5504 Xeon processors (8 cores total)
 8GB DDR3 Ram (Max 192GB)
 Dual 160GB SAS hard drives (system supports 2.5" SAS and 2.5" SATA drives)
 Dual Redundant Power supplies

ive done some fairly extensive research and cant find shit for answers...

my question, what kind of hash rate could I expect out of these two for say, monero, aeon or other cpu coin?
would it be worth it at the end of the day?
thanks
These CPUs would be probably slower than my Xeon X3440 @ 3,2 GHz.
I don't remember hashrate for Monero on my PC, but I did a calculations few months ago and it wasn't able to mine 1 Monero in a year... So you can try only if you have electricity for free.
You can try cpuminer-opt 3.7.x and try to mine some new coins, which use CPU-favour algos.

thanx for the info...
they are still for sale, (probably wont sell) I think I will wait a while and try to get them super cheap and use them like u said

if cpu is not aes i think just forget it, the hashrate is really low on older cpu's
if it had some bigger hard driver you could burst mining

also what king of power supply it has  because maybe better of to add some gpu's
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February 09, 2018, 10:27:01 PM
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Verium is CPU-only.

Is it still profitable?
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February 09, 2018, 11:04:38 PM
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CPU mining is not profitable. You might run into some real new coins, but you will not earn a lot.

It is just something to play with. And you never know if they will be worth something someday.
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February 10, 2018, 12:53:52 AM
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I have 2x Xeon E5645, not making much from mining, but indeed heating is not an issue in that room Tongue


May I ask please, which coins were you mining?

Using it for storj as I have some extra storage to spare and CPU for aeon at the moment.

Have you received anything from Storj? I ran their software for half month but didnt receive anything at all.
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February 10, 2018, 01:09:22 AM
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I have a Coffeelake I7 8700k @5.0 GHz and I'm mining Zcoin (Lyra2z) @ 1250 khs.That is more than my 1060 6G. When at stock clocks with turbo, my cpu does about 985 khs. This is good for around $1.60 a day.
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February 10, 2018, 01:40:28 AM
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just stick to gpu mining you guys!
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February 10, 2018, 02:31:51 AM
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just stick to gpu mining you guys!

Do you even know what you are talking about?  i3, i5, sure, GPU dominates.

There are CPUs (Power8/9 for example) that crush 6-10 GPUS's on both hash rate and total power.

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March 03, 2018, 12:44:46 AM
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Now I try to mine these, KOTO, YTN, Zoin. Have predecessors have better suggestions?

have you already obtain 1 coin for thats crytocurrencies?
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March 04, 2018, 04:44:29 PM
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magi is another CPU mining only coin if you guys want to check it out.
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March 04, 2018, 04:54:27 PM
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magi is another CPU mining only coin if you guys want to check it out.

Pretty hard to mine Magi in the last couple of weeks. Big hashers are making mining it unprofitable.
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March 07, 2018, 07:29:32 PM
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Okay, the only profitable thing is the new coins. with cpu

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