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October 22, 2012, 04:54:04 PM
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It does.  Not sure where your going wrong cause I'm using the latest version with the same setup as you.

You need to select solo in the drop down box, then put just localhost for the host, and all the other information should stay the same.

In the old one, I had "other" selected and it worked, so yeah, that was the problem. Anyhow, my hash rate is lower on the newer version. Have about 180 M/hash to 190, while on the new miner with the same setting I get 150 M/hash...

using the same flags?  I've changed versions of guiminer with opencl probably 4 or 5 different times and have never seen a difference that big in hash rate...

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October 22, 2012, 05:02:33 PM
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using the same flags?

I keep my flags blank (use no flags) for both of the versions, so i guess that counts as a yes...

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October 22, 2012, 05:07:20 PM
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using the same flags?

I keep my flags blank (use no flags) for both of the versions, so i guess that counts as a yes...

Try using:
-v -w256

I've got a couple 6850's and that's what I use.  It might get you back up to 180.  Almost all my cards are 6000 series, and I always use -v, and always -w with either 128 or 256, you can tweak that number to find which one works best (64, 128, 256, etc).  And you can also try adding -f1, I use it on about half my cards, sometimes it makes a difference, sometimes it doesn't...

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October 22, 2012, 05:27:00 PM
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using the same flags?

I keep my flags blank (use no flags) for both of the versions, so i guess that counts as a yes...

Try using:
-v -w256

I've got a couple 6850's and that's what I use.  It might get you back up to 180.  Almost all my cards are 6000 series, and I always use -v, and always -w with either 128 or 256, you can tweak that number to find which one works best (64, 128, 256, etc).  And you can also try adding -f1, I use it on about half my cards, sometimes it makes a difference, sometimes it doesn't...

Thank man, I'll try it out!

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October 22, 2012, 05:29:20 PM
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Woa! kicked me up to 200 M/hash, thanks a lot digital!

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October 22, 2012, 05:42:21 PM
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lol, my pleasure.

And for future reference, if you ever get new or different cards, you can always go to the below url to find out what flags to use.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

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October 23, 2012, 07:46:28 PM
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sorry if this has been answered somewhere else, but why does the pool software wait the full 100 confirmations before issuing rewards? Just curious...

Also, reading this last page...been mucking about with my -w setting for my MIS HD6770....tried a whole range of em...64, 128, 192, 256, 320, 384, etc all the way up to 2048....no noticeable jump or crash in hashrate.......do i need to stop my miner, change it, then restart to see any difference?
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October 23, 2012, 09:22:25 PM
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sorry if this has been answered somewhere else, but why does the pool software wait the full 100 confirmations before issuing rewards? Just curious...

This is basic rule implemented in Bitcoin protocol itself; miner can manipulate with freshly mined coins after generated block is already 100 other blocks deep in blockchain. Btw official Satoshi client requires 120 confirmations.

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October 23, 2012, 09:26:15 PM
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Also, reading this last page...been mucking about with my -w setting for my MIS HD6770....tried a whole range of em...64, 128, 192, 256, 320, 384, etc all the way up to 2048....no noticeable jump or crash in hashrate.......do i need to stop my miner, change it, then restart to see any difference?


I'm not totally sure if you have to stop and restart the miner after making a change, but I normally do as a rule of thumb.   After I change anything on my miner I'll hit stop, then immediately hit start, then save (of course provided you like the settings).

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October 23, 2012, 09:43:45 PM
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I believe you do need to stop and start for the flags to take effect

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October 24, 2012, 12:56:19 AM
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dangit. that'll break my share streak.. it's over 30k now.
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October 24, 2012, 01:17:24 AM
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dangit. that'll break my share streak.. it's over 30k now.


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October 24, 2012, 05:56:18 AM
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October 24, 2012, 06:05:27 AM
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Woohoo!

I knew I kept that old 5670 in the BAMT rig with the faster cards for a reason. It just found my first block (after mining for well over a year), block number 204492. About time...

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October 28, 2012, 03:12:29 PM
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Zero namecoin rewards in the last 4 rounds?

That seems extremely odd.

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October 28, 2012, 06:12:48 PM
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Zero namecoin rewards in the last 4 rounds?

That seems extremely odd.

namecoins are pretty useless anyway so I wouldn't make a big deal out of it Smiley
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October 28, 2012, 07:04:21 PM
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Zero namecoin rewards in the last 4 rounds?

That seems extremely odd.

namecoins are pretty useless anyway so I wouldn't make a big deal out of it Smiley

Not helpful, but hey, at least you got your opinion out there right?

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October 28, 2012, 09:28:01 PM
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Hi Slush, I am running cluster at about 21177 Mhash/s over Stratum 24/hours a day.
I am experiencing weird results:

In rounds that take less than 10 min,  I am getting in everage aprox 25% less BTC reward than in longer rounds.
Do you have an explanation for that?

14499    2012-10-28 21:04:57    3:19:28    6225948    0.47559232    205457    99 confirmations left
14498    2012-10-28 17:45:29    0:08:20    329669    0.36785404    205435    77 confirmations left
14497    2012-10-28 17:37:04    0:24:19    861367    0.46408428    205432    74 confirmations left
14496    2012-10-28 17:12:38    1:03:37    2085276    0.44666061    205429    71 confirmations left
14495    2012-10-28 16:08:52    2:39:19    5026981    0.47298015    205422    64 confirmations left
14494    2012-10-28 13:29:33    2:09:20    4109653    0.46649767    205398    40 confirmations left
14493    2012-10-28 11:20:13    1:04:48    2102209    0.46776012    205377    19 confirmations left
14492    2012-10-28 10:15:25    0:05:52    221440    0.37440259    205368    10 confirmations left
14491    2012-10-28 10:09:33    1:32:52    2902404    0.46973427    205366    8 confirmations left
14490    2012-10-28 08:36:35    0:08:10    309157    0.38314444    205353    confirmed
14489    2012-10-28 08:28:18    0:17:34    632768    0.44944079    205351    confirmed
14488    2012-10-28 08:10:38    1:10:27    2265815    0.45915052    205350    confirmed
14487    2012-10-28 07:00:05    0:10:25    390258    0.37391746    205343    confirmed
14486    2012-10-28 06:49:35    0:50:15    1631890    0.47672695    205342    confirmed
14485    2012-10-28 05:59:20    0:19:20    660704    0.46180293    205339    confirmed
14484    2012-10-28 05:39:52    4:10:25    7779746    0.48759257    205338    confirmed
14483    2012-10-28 01:29:21    0:08:08    309159    0.39049572    205318    confirmed

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October 28, 2012, 09:52:06 PM
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Old news man...

The short answer, is it's basically a result of pool hoppers.  they come in at the beginning of rounds hoping to capitalize on short rounds.  And on short rounds they do capitalize as you can see by the lower numbers.

Slush is currently working on a different scoring algorithm (double gemoetric or dgm) that is hopping proof.  Not sure of where he's as far as progress, he'll have to let you know on that end.

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October 29, 2012, 08:32:30 PM
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Old news man...

The short answer, is it's basically a result of pool hoppers.  they come in at the beginning of rounds hoping to capitalize on short rounds.  And on short rounds they do capitalize as you can see by the lower numbers.

Slush is currently working on a different scoring algorithm (double gemoetric or dgm) that is hopping proof.  Not sure of where he's as far as progress, he'll have to let you know on that end.

Hello Slush, do you plan to implement some hopping proof method + will you share Bitcoin fees with pool miners once the BTC reward drop to 25BTC/block?


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