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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,

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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...

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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? 

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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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June 27, 2013, 07:35:44 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.

shame on you for saying Slush is 20th/s!!!!!  it was bad enough at 18th/s now 19.8th/s grrr I dont want to buy another card to make up for these 1th/s increases!!!
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June 27, 2013, 07:45:43 PM
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shame on you for saying Slush is 20th/s!!!!!  it was bad enough at 18th/s now 19.8th/s grrr I dont want to buy another card to make up for these 1th/s increases!!!

If you really believe a higher Pool hashrate will lower your earnings, switch to a smaller pool or mine solo for maximum income! :-P
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June 27, 2013, 07:59:29 PM
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shame on you for saying Slush is 20th/s!!!!!  it was bad enough at 18th/s now 19.8th/s grrr I dont want to buy another card to make up for these 1th/s increases!!!

If you really believe a higher Pool hashrate will lower your earnings, switch to a smaller pool or mine solo for maximum income! :-P

how is your post count doing?

No of course it doesn't.
every 1th/s increase/decrease in slush pool creates a decrease in my block amount. It is just a fact.
pool is at 19th/s now and my blocks are less
against 18th/s I am .005ish against 19th/s I have .004ish against 17t/hs I am .006ish
But u r right of course the pool hashrate has nothing to do with it...
After that 1st pool interrupt this week and the hashrate dropped back to 17th/s I wasnt getting .006ish a block AGAIN, when the hashrate got back up to 18th/s my blocks didnt drop to .005ish cuz it has nothing to do with the pool hashrate...
now with the pool at 19th/s my blocks are .004ish, but it has nothing to do with the pool hashrate....
For the past 2 months while I have chased this adding a 500mh/s miner it hasnt brought me back up to speed according to you.

 u r right what I just said above is all a lie. how is your post count doing?
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June 27, 2013, 08:00:49 PM
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Just curious, does anyone know what the 100% figures really are on the pool luck? As of right now the luck is:
Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   51%, 98%, 95%.  And since we found 10 blocks today I can guess that the 1 day luck is finding 20 blocks.  Is that correct?

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June 27, 2013, 08:01:45 PM
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shame on you for saying Slush is 20th/s!!!!!  it was bad enough at 18th/s now 19.8th/s grrr I dont want to buy another card to make up for these 1th/s increases!!!

If you really believe a higher Pool hashrate will lower your earnings, switch to a smaller pool or mine solo for maximum income! :-P

agree! the longer i think about it, the less i understand why a lower hashrate should increase my income. it's all about diff and at least for me -with some very slow miners- variance. that's it...
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June 27, 2013, 08:08:39 PM
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Just curious, does anyone know what the 100% figures really are on the pool luck? As of right now the luck is:
Pool luck (1 day, 7 days, 30 days):   51%, 98%, 95%.  And since we found 10 blocks today I can guess that the 1 day luck is finding 20 blocks.  Is that correct?

I haven't figured out how slush calculates luck at all. sorry. i can't

shame on you for saying Slush is 20th/s!!!!!  it was bad enough at 18th/s now 19.8th/s grrr I dont want to buy another card to make up for these 1th/s increases!!!

If you really believe a higher Pool hashrate will lower your earnings, switch to a smaller pool or mine solo for maximum income! :-P

how is your post count doing?

No of course it doesn't.
every 1th/s increase/decrease in slush pool creates a decrease in my block amount. It is just a fact.
pool is at 19th/s now and my blocks are less
against 18th/s I am .005ish against 19th/s I have .004ish against 17t/hs I am .006ish
But u r right of course the pool hashrate has nothing to do with it...
After that 1st pool interrupt this week and the hashrate dropped back to 17th/s I wasnt getting .006ish a block AGAIN, when the hashrate got back up to 18th/s my blocks didnt drop to .005ish cuz it has nothing to do with the pool hashrate...
now with the pool at 19th/s my blocks are .004ish, but it has nothing to do with the pool hashrate....
For the past 2 months while I have chased this adding a 500mh/s miner it hasnt brought me back up to speed according to you.

 u r right what I just said above is all a lie. how is your post count doing?

agree, too! higher hashrate means lower payout. but it's far more easy to watch your payout then getting some data about block frequency.
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June 27, 2013, 08:18:49 PM
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agree, too! higher hashrate means lower payout. but it's far more easy to watch your payout then getting some data about block frequency.

Note how I have quoted Paulizei without spamming everyone with a massive post just to make a small point Smiley

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June 27, 2013, 08:23:17 PM
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Note how I have quoted Paulizei without spamming everyone with a massive post just to make a small point Smiley

does that mean, that i've quoted too much? sorry, my english is propably too bad to figure out the message between the lines.

i hope this question isn't spamming this thread (again?)
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June 27, 2013, 08:29:28 PM
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my point was really simple and in my opinion not really small: it's very easy to figure out and to complain about decreasing payouts per blocks. but the increase of block frequency and therefore the real earnings per day/week/month(?) are rather hard to figure out.



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June 27, 2013, 08:33:05 PM
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I am running out of ideas how to explain it.
So just listen to me singing :


As hashrate goes up, block rewards go down
But don't worry baby, don't frown
Cause we'll just find a few more blocks per day
I'll all average out for you, in a way

Dont spend all your time on slush' page hitting "stats"
The lower block reward will make you go nuts
Switch over to graphs, at least for a while
Day earnings quite constant, that will make you smile

Besides, thanks for asking, my post count is fine
I really have plenty of time while i mine
But diff will go up, i guess saturday
And thats what will take our earnings away
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June 27, 2013, 08:35:09 PM
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As hashrate goes up, block rewards go down
But don't worry baby, don't frown
Cause we'll just find a few more blocks per day
I'll all average out for you, in a way

Dont spend all your time on slush' page hitting "stats"
The lower block reward will make you go nuts
Switch over to graphs, at least for a while
Day earnings quite constant, that will make you smile

Besides, thanks for asking, my post count is fine
I really have plenty of time while i mine
But diff will go up, i guess saturday
And thats what will take our earnings away

hahaha....really excellent!!! 
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