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June 22, 2013, 01:37:32 AM
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For everyone who's having any shares related issue, there is a problem right now with the Telia carrier and therefore there are connectivity problems. If you do a tracert to stratum.bitcoin.cz you'll see the issue.
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June 22, 2013, 01:52:55 AM
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 Pool now at 18,900Gh/s loving my new card being negated! Running out of places to install new cards!
I am trying to decide if after GPU's are totally shot if I should swap my Nvidia 650 for one of these 7870xt's but I so hate AMD/ATI....

I have 2 of those in my machine running on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with cgminer and I get just over 1GH/s out of the machine.  They don't run as cool as my 5870's, but they are beasts cranking out 500 MH/s consistently and at $250 a pop new. Its a pretty good card. I would take 2 of these over a 5970 or 7970 any day.

yeah blah I was buying 7870's then tried a 7870xt and that is all I buy now hah. I have a bunch of Dell Precision 390s sitting around 375watt supplies and those cards work perfect maxed out in them. the power supplies are not being pushed at all. they run cool. I have 2 at 1200gpu doing 525mh/s and  2 at 1180gpu 515mh/s. stupid inconsistency in card manufacturing. the low ones crash over 1180. the 1200's I could probably go higher but heat starts coming into play.
 GPUz says VDDC around 1.23xvolts and 145amp. which is 178watts the card is drawing.
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June 22, 2013, 01:59:23 AM
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Looks like one of the server’s unloaded the pent-up data all it once.

I wonder what would have happened if a block was solved right at that time. I would have gotten an insanely high payout, I think. LOL


Yeah. I use direct IPs and I see this happen. when it does I change the miners IP to one that is updating at the website on time. So what is happening is each IP probably goes to a different server, and sometimes one of the servers data is lagged behind.
 It all catches up in the processing. I always ponder how the slush equation handles it though. It either figures it out or ignores the equation cuz I havent gotten bad payouts when I see it happen.
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June 22, 2013, 04:21:57 AM
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You look like you're connecting via remote desktop.  CGMiner isn't showing you the GPU information you'd normally see (temperature and fan speed).  If I'm correct, I'd recommend TeamViewer or some other remote control solution.  RDP really screws up CGMiner.


You are very much correct my friend. That was fairly insightful.  I will try something else, TightVNC or RealVNC maybe.  This rig is at my GF's apt so its headless (and yes running windows server... I already had this machine configured before I started using it for mining).

Thank you very much!

Yeah, in a pinch, I'll use RDP and then do a 'tscon 0 /dest:console" after loading teamviewer.  It might be tscon 1 or 2 /dest:console depending on what version of Windows you're on.  But you can RDP into the box, restart CGMiner, and disconnect the session with tcon as long as you put the destination to the console.  After I RDP in, I'll load teamviewer, kill the connection and reconnect with TeamViewer.  VNC might be better...  it's all personal preference.  Good luck!
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June 22, 2013, 07:17:23 AM
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I have seen advertised for 336 MH/s per USB ASIC, I am getting 334 MH/s so it is doing about what it is advertised. Here is proof



Run it like that

--icarus-options 115200:1:1 --icarus-timing short

You will get more but no idea how much... I get from 333 to 339

But is a lottery and I always get different numbers for same units...

EDIT: this works on 3.1.1. You should let it run for longer so average is closer to what is really...
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June 22, 2013, 07:24:53 AM
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242688 orphaned   Sad

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June 22, 2013, 10:52:45 AM
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18691    2013-06-22 01:28:35    1:37:33    25159990    1129    0.00090110    242688    25.19292271    31 confirmations left
18690    2013-06-21 23:51:02    1:46:33    27620981    1166    0.00090479    242679    25.30515000    22 confirmations left
18689    2013-06-21 22:04:29    2:17:59    35736020    1521    0.00108985    242664    25.17020097    7 confirmations left
18688    2013-06-21 19:46:30    1:00:30    15603293    688    0.00101305    242647    25.18052800    confirmed
18687    2013-06-21 18:46:00    1:52:11    29216982    1197    0.00082228    242640    25.07018000    confirmed
18686    2013-06-21 16:53:49    0:10:02    2610401    90    0.00098312    242631    25.53120000    confirmed
18685    2013-06-21 16:43:47    0:32:41    8482004    361    0.00095466    242629    25.13740000    confirmed
18684    2013-06-21 16:11:06    3:34:55    55810775    2345    0.00106008    242622    25.13332244    confirmed
18683    2013-06-21 12:36:11    0:05:42    1474176    60    0.00093630    242588    25.10580000    confirmed
18682    2013-06-21 12:30:29    0:12:52    3353265    139    0.00101769    242586    25.17040504    confirmed
18681    2013-06-21 12:17:37    0:29:47    7804930    301    0.00078533    242583    25.45571200    confirmed
18680    2013-06-21 11:47:50    0:56:17    14494189    579    0.00094680    242581    25.18250438    confirmed
18679    2013-06-21 10:51:33    1:28:20    22890314    999    0.00094757    242574    25.29314478    confirmed
18678    2013-06-21 09:23:13    0:38:36    9980556    408    0.00093608    242567    25.27682017    confirmed
18677    2013-06-21 08:44:37    2:58:56    45738093    1808    0.00107624    242564    25.25391000    confirmed
18676    2013-06-21 05:45:41    0:23:53    5890535    279    0.00118517    242547    25.00580095    confirmed
18675    2013-06-21 05:21:48    4:26:12    64448472    2897    0.00084513    242541    25.20963001    confirmed

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June 22, 2013, 11:07:19 AM
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242688 orphaned   Sad

?? looks fine to me
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June 22, 2013, 11:39:15 AM
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Reward for block 18699 almost 0
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June 22, 2013, 11:43:06 AM
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Reward for block 18699 almost 0
 Yes its off for me as well:

18700 2013-06-22 11:27:36 0:08:23 2165760     529 0.00582412 242761  25.08680160 100 confirmations left  
18699 2013-06-22 11:19:13 1:05:24 16767081 4188 0.00005480 242759  25.59400000 98   confirmations left  
18698 2013-06-22 10:13:49 1:09:38 17852693 4486 0.00576345 242750  25.00730000 89   confirmations left  


it will get repaired
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June 22, 2013, 11:45:12 AM
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And the problem is... (?)

18691    2013-06-22 01:28:35    1:37:33    25159990    1129    0.00090110    242688    25.19292271    31 confirmations left
18690    2013-06-21 23:51:02    1:46:33    27620981    1166    0.00090479    242679    25.30515000    22 confirmations left
18689    2013-06-21 22:04:29    2:17:59    35736020    1521    0.00108985    242664    25.17020097    7 confirmations left
18688    2013-06-21 19:46:30    1:00:30    15603293    688    0.00101305    242647    25.18052800    confirmed
18687    2013-06-21 18:46:00    1:52:11    29216982    1197    0.00082228    242640    25.07018000    confirmed
18686    2013-06-21 16:53:49    0:10:02    2610401    90    0.00098312    242631    25.53120000    confirmed
18685    2013-06-21 16:43:47    0:32:41    8482004    361    0.00095466    242629    25.13740000    confirmed
18684    2013-06-21 16:11:06    3:34:55    55810775    2345    0.00106008    242622    25.13332244    confirmed
18683    2013-06-21 12:36:11    0:05:42    1474176    60    0.00093630    242588    25.10580000    confirmed
18682    2013-06-21 12:30:29    0:12:52    3353265    139    0.00101769    242586    25.17040504    confirmed
18681    2013-06-21 12:17:37    0:29:47    7804930    301    0.00078533    242583    25.45571200    confirmed
18680    2013-06-21 11:47:50    0:56:17    14494189    579    0.00094680    242581    25.18250438    confirmed
18679    2013-06-21 10:51:33    1:28:20    22890314    999    0.00094757    242574    25.29314478    confirmed
18678    2013-06-21 09:23:13    0:38:36    9980556    408    0.00093608    242567    25.27682017    confirmed
18677    2013-06-21 08:44:37    2:58:56    45738093    1808    0.00107624    242564    25.25391000    confirmed
18676    2013-06-21 05:45:41    0:23:53    5890535    279    0.00118517    242547    25.00580095    confirmed
18675    2013-06-21 05:21:48    4:26:12    64448472    2897    0.00084513    242541    25.20963001    confirmed

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June 22, 2013, 11:47:36 AM
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18699   2013-06-22 11:19:13   1:05:24   16767081   1033   0.00001356   242759   25.59400000    98 confirmations left

just informing block number 242759 has problems and yes slush will probably fix it soon

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June 22, 2013, 12:08:27 PM
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problem is low reward points Sad
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June 22, 2013, 12:30:42 PM
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How much lower compared to what? Did you notice that most probably most of us not upgrading our hardware have the same situation?
Take a look at: http://mining.bitcoin.cz/stats/graphs/

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June 22, 2013, 12:44:16 PM
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i'm stop to upgrade VGA cards now i weight ASIC miner Cheesy
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June 22, 2013, 01:01:42 PM
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Run it like that

--icarus-options 115200:1:1 --icarus-timing short

You will get more but no idea how much... I get from 333 to 339

But is a lottery and I always get different numbers for same units...

EDIT: this works on 3.1.1. You should let it run for longer so average is closer to what is really...

That picture is showing 2 minutes of run time, but now it has been a few days so all USB ASIC are running exactly 334 MH/s average while the 5 second is 333 MH/s to 335 MH/s/ Also I have the same setting as you have advised to me. Smiley Thanks though.
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June 22, 2013, 02:04:02 PM
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Anyone know if I should be running my suggested difficulty at 32 or 64 if I have a Avalon mining away @ 80000

Bitcoinica still has not given me 50% of my claim of 600 BTC
INTERSANGO can go down with bitcoinica for abandoning customers
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June 22, 2013, 03:13:34 PM
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Anyone know if I should be running my suggested difficulty at 32 or 64 if I have a Avalon mining away @ 80000
not sure but if want to send it to me I will be happy to test it and find out for you!  Wink
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June 22, 2013, 04:03:50 PM
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I don't like 18702 either Huh

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June 22, 2013, 04:10:54 PM
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I don't like 18702 either Huh

I guess I'm not the only one with this payout:
18702    2013-06-22 15:21:37    1:59:11    30464457    2472    0.00000033    242788    25.44442180    92 confirmations left

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