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Author Topic: [150+ PH] SlushPool (slushpool.com); World's First Mining Pool  (Read 4265065 times)
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June 27, 2013, 03:32:59 PM
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I don't mind the bad luck, as it suggests a lucky strike is imminent - it has to even out some how Grin.

But when the luck turns its more kind face to us again, difficulty may be somewhere else than it is today, so no chance to even out.
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June 27, 2013, 03:35:42 PM
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I don't mind the bad luck, as it suggests a lucky strike is imminent - it has to even out some how Grin.

But when the luck turns its more kind face to us again, difficulty may be somewhere else than it is today, so no chance to even out.

Quit it with the negative vibe dood, lol Cheesy

No seriously, we have bad times, we have good times - that's what you get in a game of odds.

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June 27, 2013, 03:37:11 PM
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As far as im am concerned - i feel no need for another 5 hour round right now.
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June 27, 2013, 03:46:49 PM
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Have you guys not downloaded the large round predictor? I use it all the time and when a large round is coming I jump pools...

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June 27, 2013, 03:52:16 PM
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Have you guys not downloaded the large round predictor? I use it all the time and when a large round is coming I jump pools...

I've got it, that's why i'm earning bugger all on 50BTC (jk)

 Grin

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June 27, 2013, 03:54:35 PM
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Have you guys not downloaded the large round predictor? I use it all the time and when a large round is coming I jump pools...

I recommend Paulisoft Long Round Protector 1.0 ...and sniffing glue Wink
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June 27, 2013, 03:56:16 PM
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I don't mind the bad luck, as it suggests a lucky strike is imminent - it has to even out some how Grin.

But when the luck turns its more kind face to us again, difficulty may be somewhere else than it is today, so no chance to even out.

Quit it with the negative vibe dood, lol Cheesy

No seriously, we have bad times, we have good times - that's what you get in a game of odds.

K.

Only two blocks below one hour in last 24 hours... I wonder whether the one day luck drops under 50 % when current round ends. :-)
Yes, I still remember the 11+ hour block... :-)
Well, looking forward to the bright days comming. ;-)
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June 27, 2013, 03:58:50 PM
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when are we do for another difficulty change? Huh
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June 27, 2013, 03:59:33 PM
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when are we do for another difficulty change? Huh

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June 27, 2013, 04:02:00 PM
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when are we do for another difficulty change? Huh
On Saturday afternoon most probably.
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June 27, 2013, 04:14:22 PM
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I don't mind the bad luck, as it suggests a lucky strike is imminent - it has to even out some how Grin.

But when the luck turns its more kind face to us again, difficulty may be somewhere else than it is today, so no chance to even out.

Quit it with the negative vibe dood, lol Cheesy

No seriously, we have bad times, we have good times - that's what you get in a game of odds.

K.

Only two blocks below one hour in last 24 hours... I wonder whether the one day luck drops under 50 % when current round ends. :-)
Yes, I still remember the 11+ hour block... :-)
Well, looking forward to the bright days comming. ;-)

The 11+ hour round was when i got my first GC for mining, i've just got another and this...

How could I possibly effect all the people in the pool? (maybe I should leave for the greater good?)

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June 27, 2013, 04:36:21 PM
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sweet Jesus... finally.
cmon... lets roll some triples!

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June 27, 2013, 04:38:12 PM
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when are we do for another difficulty change? Huh
On Saturday afternoon most probably.

Network hashrate dropped significantly today and average between blocks is back up to 9.5 minutes or so.  I guess I would be surprised if the diff went up on Sat, but what do I know.

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June 27, 2013, 04:43:14 PM
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when are we do for another difficulty change? Huh
On Saturday afternoon most probably.

Network hashrate dropped significantly today and average between blocks is back up to 9.5 minutes or so.  I guess I would be surprised if the diff went up on Sat, but what do I know.

You have a good analytical mind - don't put yourself down,

K.
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June 27, 2013, 04:45:58 PM
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woo, 2 blocks, see...

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June 27, 2013, 05:13:02 PM
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woo, 2 blocks, see...

K.

Now we're rollin...  Cool

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June 27, 2013, 07:26:57 PM
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when are we do for another difficulty change? Huh
On Saturday afternoon most probably.

Network hashrate dropped significantly today and average between blocks is back up to 9.5 minutes or so.  I guess I would be surprised if the diff went up on Sat, but what do I know.

You have a good analytical mind - don't put yourself down,

K.

Of course now the network hashrate is climbing again (it was 140,000 GH/s earlier and now 160,000 GH/s) and time between blocks is down to almost 8.5 minutes.  I am curious about the large fluctuations in the total network hashrate. I mean 20,000 GH/s is the size of Slush's entire pool, how does that much compute power come and go so quickly?  Its like someone with 40 BFL Mini Rigs is dropping in and out of the network.  If I was in charge of $900,000 worth of equipment that generates sooo much  that a few seconds down can cost $1000s or $10,000s of dollars, I would make sure as
#!&| that the systems didnt go down.

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June 27, 2013, 07:29:48 PM
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18800    2013-06-27 19:08:29    1:56:18    31124594    2015    0.00000006    243637    25.33046927    97 confirmations left

 Cry  My internet picked a good time to puke out on me.  It went down 3 minutes before we found the block.  I wonder what I can get for 0.00000006 bitcoins? 

I'm a noob just starting, all donations are welcome.  13DXKRXQncUnWAFtemSwNH7boRZfEfsg5a
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June 27, 2013, 07:30:59 PM
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when are we do for another difficulty change? Huh
On Saturday afternoon most probably.

Network hashrate dropped significantly today and average between blocks is back up to 9.5 minutes or so.  I guess I would be surprised if the diff went up on Sat, but what do I know.

You have a good analytical mind - don't put yourself down,

K.

Of course now the network hashrate is climbing again (it was 140,000 GH/s earlier and now 160,000 GH/s) and time between blocks is down to almost 8.5 minutes.  I am curious about the large fluctuations in the total network hashrate. I mean 20,000 GH/s is the size of Slush's entire pool, how does that much compute power come and go so quickly?  Its like someone with 40 BFL Mini Rigs is dropping in and out of the network.  If I was in charge of $900,000 worth of equipment that generates sooo much  that a few seconds down can cost $1000s or $10,000s of dollars, I would make sure as
#!&| that the systems didnt go down.

 there was talk on another thread that ASICminer was turning large numbers of rigs off and on
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June 27, 2013, 07:32:00 PM
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Hmmm.  I'm only getting 350 - 380 out of mine.  Though I haven't tried all those scary options in the BIOS -- sending extra power to the cards and stuff like that.

You are probably using the 13.4 drivers too... a 7870 should be able to hit 400 easily.
Dont go higher than 13.1 drivers...
However if you did install the 13.4's UNINSTALLING them and using the Clean up utility dont work they leave remnants behind.
You have to physically go delete them or all installers below 13.4 will blue screen on detection.

delete all these in the windows directory including opencl.*
system32(amdocl_as64.exe, amdocl_ld64.exe, amdocl64.dll, OpenCL.dll)
syswow64(amdocl_as32.exe, amdocl_ld32.exe, amdocl.dll, OpenCL.dll)

If the installer blue screens on detect you missed a file.

ALSO Install GPUZ as people here dont seem to understand the 7870's have this little feature if you lower the memory too much aka like 200 below the GPU speed it throws the Memory to their default which u dont want.
  Lowest I can get memory to on my 7870's is 1005 or they default it back to 1200 GPUZ will show you this.
Pretty sure the card is doing it as my 7870xt's I can get memory down too 1020 with gpu at 1200 any lower bam back to 1500 for memory
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