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May 11, 2013, 08:00:02 PM

I think the problem you are having is because you can't mix hardware when mining.  You can run multiples of the same card, but not two completely different cards.  Sometimes even the same model card by different manufacturers is problematic.

I'm running two 6950s, one by XFX and the other by Sapphire, and a 5850 by XFX and they mine in perfect harmony with CGminer.

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May 11, 2013, 08:10:45 PM

Mine are fairly similar.  I had more shares in 17987 but got less than GuiltySpark, though. 

(I'm fairly certain this result is due to the double geometric scoring method being used.)

17987   2013-05-11 19:18:10   0:42:04   6098743       1048   0.00357989
17986   2013-05-11 18:36:06   0:44:56   6461795       1062   0.00408859
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May 11, 2013, 08:13:13 PM

I think the problem you are having is because you can't mix hardware when mining.  You can run multiples of the same card, but not two completely different cards.  Sometimes even the same model card by different manufacturers is problematic.

That's not true. I'm running a 7970, a 5750 and a 5850 on the same mainboard with GUIminer. I have no Problems...    Smiley

Oh, and my second rig ist running with a 7770 and a 5850 with GUIminer. Also no problems!

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May 11, 2013, 08:15:48 PM

Cool.  Great thing for guiminer users, then.  Never tried mixed hardware using it.   I do know it is an issue with others - like cgminer or bfgminer.  I pretty much use cgminer exclusively these days.
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May 11, 2013, 08:25:23 PM

Cool.  Great thing for guiminer users, then.  Never tried mixed hardware using it.   I do know it is an issue with others - like cgminer or bfgminer.  I pretty much use cgminer exclusively these days.

Not a problem with cgminer - I have all kinds of mixes on the go

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May 11, 2013, 08:45:57 PM

Cool.  Great thing for guiminer users, then.  Never tried mixed hardware using it.   I do know it is an issue with others - like cgminer or bfgminer.  I pretty much use cgminer exclusively these days.

No problem with CG... You can even use best SDK and driver combination for every card...
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May 11, 2013, 09:02:25 PM

Thanks for all the answers

I know my forum name is confusing. I began with an old GeForce card, but I have a friend who works with computers, and I have borrowed other cards from him. Currently, I am running one AMD Radeon HD 6700 series.

The driver is version 12.104.0.0, from the 13-4 installer. I have been switching drivers back and forth because I have been trying to mine on that card simultaneously with a 4850. No matter what I do, I couldn't get that to work, GUIMiner didn't start, it only got a tray icon that soon disappeared. With some drivers other programs crashed. As I said, I have spent at least six hours and twenty reboots on (not) getting it to work. I think I got all other drivers out before installing the one I just mentioned.

I think the problem lies in the drivers, if you search AMD.com, you will find that a 4000 series card don't use the same drivers as  6000 series card.
Mixing 5000, 6000, 7000 cards is ok because they use the same drivers.
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May 12, 2013, 02:25:08 AM

Did we just mine a block worth 30BTC?  Huh

Block #235748   Block Value 30.47090000
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May 12, 2013, 02:58:41 AM

Wow.  Yes - over 5 BTC in fees in that block.   Huh
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May 12, 2013, 05:18:55 AM

It looks like I'm going to have another poor payout. For the current round I currently have 1451 shares and an estimated payout of 0.00000049 BTC.

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May 12, 2013, 05:20:15 AM

Yep, same here. Oh well, it's only one block.

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May 12, 2013, 05:21:12 AM

Hey everyone. Look out for round 17979. It maybe another round in which people get stilted on their earnings. I have a new theory about it. It started when I was watching my account page. I saw the estimated reward drop from a typical .003 or so to .00000001. Then over the course of 30 minutes it eked up to .00000007, then .00000015, .00000240, and get close to my usual. What was going on at the time, however, was the total score for the round had not reset in a good 15-20 blocks. I'm not sure yet how often the total score resets but it was a 14-digit number starting in 5 before the fever broke. Some people last time thought it was stratum backing up and not properly reporting shares but it's this danged "hop-proof" mechanic Slush employs! I've got a thing or two to say about that in general, but I think I may have found the bug.

It's happening again for me. Anyone else see their estimated earnings infinitesimally small? The total score as of this writing is 387804932986, a 12-digit integer. My combined total score is about 45600. Also the Mh/s calculation is WAY off (though it's never been very accurate). Yeah, Slush needs to review this.

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May 12, 2013, 05:31:42 AM

Hey everyone. Look out for round 17979. It maybe another round in which people get stilted on their earnings. I have a new theory about it. It started when I was watching my account page. I saw the estimated reward drop from a typical .003 or so to .00000001. Then over the course of 30 minutes it eked up to .00000007, then .00000015, .00000240, and get close to my usual. What was going on at the time, however, was the total score for the round had not reset in a good 15-20 blocks. I'm not sure yet how often the total score resets but it was a 14-digit number starting in 5 before the fever broke. Some people last time thought it was stratum backing up and not properly reporting shares but it's this danged "hop-proof" mechanic Slush employs! I've got a thing or two to say about that in general, but I think I may have found the bug.

It's happening again for me. Anyone else see their estimated earnings infinitesimally small? The total score as of this writing is 387804932986, a 12-digit integer. My combined total score is about 45600.

Yes my estimated payout is: 0.00085215 BTC  and it is normally around .17

I looked at the overall score - it is way high.. wondering if there is a bug somewhere in how the score is calculated?

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May 12, 2013, 05:37:26 AM

And the round ended... get out your tissues, folks.

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May 12, 2013, 05:41:08 AM

FFS...do we have to ddos the pool to get slushs attention? been over a week since he posted on the forums...i can understand he needs a break once in awhile but damn...this keeps up i'm gonna be sad Sad also took the advice on here and load balanced on cgminer so hopefully this doesn't happen again...if it does i guess i'll be even sadder Sad

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May 12, 2013, 05:55:47 AM

I was complaining about this kind of thing all last week, and I kept getting told to shut up, because other certain people's scores were just fine.  I was also having problems with missing shares...

There is SOMETHING WRONG with the way payouts are being scored and it's happening to me on at least 2 or 3 blocks every day .00000007 payouts where normally I would have .0044 instead.

I HAVE had less trouble with missing shares since I moved all my miners from stratum2.bitcoin.cz to stratum.bitcoin.cz and started only using my worker1 ID for all 4 of my miners, but still come up short on what my payout should be on some blocks.
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May 12, 2013, 06:06:40 AM

3:07:09   25945750   1808   0.00023135   

Urg

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May 12, 2013, 06:18:19 AM

17995    2013-05-12 05:35:52    3:07:09    25945750    21555    0.00110136    none    235787    25.49480000    98 confirmations left

Ok. Fuck this. Time to find a new pool until we get an answer on what is going on.
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May 12, 2013, 06:36:03 AM

lol I dont think I did too bad out of this one

17995   2013-05-12 05:35:52   3:07:09   25945750   2949   0.13635205   none   235787   25.49480000    98 confirmations left

still I reckon this will be recalculated in the next block we find.
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May 12, 2013, 07:16:16 AM

Eyes peeled: the total score is 1454851153451, a 13-digit number. Weird things happen when it gets over 900 billion.

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