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May 18, 2013, 05:27:13 AM

Psyrick, it would also be a great idea to reduce the memory clock to as low as you can before the card gets sick. I was able to lop off 5-6 degrees per card by doing that and you don't lose performance as bitcoin mining is not memory-intensive. And really consider the bench I posted.

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May 18, 2013, 05:44:09 AM

Psyrick, it would also be a great idea to reduce the memory clock to as low as you can before the card gets sick. I was able to lop off 5-6 degrees per card by doing that and you don't lose performance as bitcoin mining is not memory-intensive. And really consider the bench I posted.

Thank you for that suggestion. I was thinking it might be good to turn down the memory clock, but I wasn't sure if I'd lose stability due to the memory falling behind pace with the core. Also, I will consider the bench.

By the way. I really do appreciate the discussion I have received over this. I am very glad to be a member of this forum. The helpfulness of lack of hatefulness is very refreshing as compared to /b/.

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May 18, 2013, 06:12:48 AM

I was thinking it might be good to turn down the memory clock, but I wasn't sure if I'd lose stability due to the memory falling behind pace with the core. Also, I will consider the bench.

 Not to worry. I don't even know if the memory on the GPU's is being touched while hashing SHA256. You can safely down-clock your video memory to 300 and have them happily mining away at much cooler temperatures.

 Now if you are hashing Litecoin/Scrypt, that's another matter entirely, and you'll need to keep your memory normally clocked AFAIK.
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May 18, 2013, 08:21:00 AM

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May 18, 2013, 08:27:10 AM

I've been mining with 50Ghs for the 11th day now. Can you please evaluate the below log of earnings?

I watched that auction for the 10gig blades - it was awesome. How are your 5 running? Are they stable with temp etc? So jelly.



Actually I have "only" 4. They run stable, I cannot complain. Speed varies between 12.5-13Ghs / blade Smiley

I haven't got downtime caused by the miners as of yet. The cooling is quite easy compared to GPUs, I use 3 Fans for cooling all 4 blades.
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May 18, 2013, 08:35:49 AM

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wtf?

I'm seeing the same thing, and I haven't turned off my computer tonight at all. The "my account" page has me constantly submitting shares, so I'm not sure what's up with that. Hopefully it gets corrected at some point, 4 hours and all
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May 18, 2013, 08:54:42 AM

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I'm seeing the same thing, and I haven't turned off my computer tonight at all. The "my account" page has me constantly submitting shares, so I'm not sure what's up with that. Hopefully it gets corrected at some point, 4 hours and all
Here we go again (sigh).  All my miners were happily hashing away at full bore in this long round.  The rounds before it and the next one coming up (if rewarded correctly) would attest to that fact.
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May 18, 2013, 09:04:03 AM

I have tried to install different drivers for the cards, and I have tried installing a previous version that supports both cards. Neither worked. It seems to be the combination of the new card and anything but the new driver that makes GUIMiner not start.

Now, when I am running only the new card, Phoenix and Stratum Proxy, it stopped working tonight, a few hours after I started it. I restarted the miner this morning and it worked again. I hope it's a one time occurance, but I doubt it. It didn't happen with Phoenix and BCPool. Any guesses?


My estimsted rewards seem to be about right. I'm not exactly sure what they should be, but they are not in the 7 satoshi order of magnitude... Currently it's 0.00051612 and I've been running 200 MHash/s for 1.5 hours.

Maybe you should use next workaround. Remove one card from a computer. Run cgminer and if it works you will get kernel for that card. If it doesn't work change SDK and run again. If hashrate is too low use diffident SDK/driver and remove .bin file from cgminer folder. When you find the best combination backup .bin file just in case. Now remove the card and put in other card. Do the same but don't delete first card .bin file only second card .bin file if you don't like hashrate. Now put both cards in and run cgminer. It might work.

And just in case. When running windows you need to plug monitor or null plug into card. Did you?

I have not got any miner working on it's own without GUIMiner, I have tried a few different miners and lots of different settings in the command line, both own ideas and found on the internet. Always one of two things happen: either the program exits/crashes/doesn't start, or it runs but gets 0 hashes/s. This when GUIMiner works, I haven't even tried it when it doesn't.


Why wouldn't GUIMiner even start if it was only needing a monitor? I had a monitor connected to the other card at some time, but it was not connected to electricity as I didn't have any more outlets and didn't feel the need for two monitors enough to dig up an outlet splitter. Does the sensing need power to the monitor, or is it just two connected pins or a resistor between two pins or something?



The other day, I also noticed the problem of low payouts. For some time, it was down to one satoshi.

I still get the problem with GUIMiner stopping, just saying "connecting...", but it only happens around once every two days, so it's managable. I think it's my Internet connection that's unstable, and GUIMiner somehow can't recover when the connection goes down temporarily.

My name is confusing, I began mining using an old GeForce card. Now I have ATI cards.
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May 18, 2013, 09:17:39 AM

I believe this is the workaround (pics and all in there to make it easy)

http://bitclockers.com/forums/index.php?topic=7.0
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May 18, 2013, 09:20:46 AM

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wtf?

I'm seeing the same thing, and I haven't turned off my computer tonight at all. The "my account" page has me constantly submitting shares, so I'm not sure what's up with that. Hopefully it gets corrected at some point, 4 hours and all
Here we go again (sigh).  All my miners were happily hashing away at full bore in this long round.  The rounds before it and the next one coming up (if rewarded correctly) would attest to that fact.

Same here :
18082    2013-05-18 07:45:28    4:03:45    33732253    none    none    none    236720    25.24790000    87 confirmations left

Hopefully it will get corrected. Also - at around 3hrs into the round my score got reset - it was almost 0 at 3:15 and by 3:45 it was recovering...

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May 18, 2013, 09:21:00 AM

18082    2013-05-18 07:45:28    4:03:45    33732253    none    none    none    236720    

What does that mean?
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May 18, 2013, 09:22:33 AM

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wtf?

I'm seeing the same thing, and I haven't turned off my computer tonight at all. The "my account" page has me constantly submitting shares, so I'm not sure what's up with that. Hopefully it gets corrected at some point, 4 hours and all
Here we go again (sigh).  All my miners were happily hashing away at full bore in this long round.  The rounds before it and the next one coming up (if rewarded correctly) would attest to that fact.

Same here :
18082    2013-05-18 07:45:28    4:03:45    33732253    none    none    none    236720    25.24790000    87 confirmations left

Hopefully it will get corrected. Also - at around 3hrs into the round my score got reset - it was almost 0 at 3:15 and by 3:45 it was recovering...
I wonder about the score resetting thing, isn't that part of the weighting system to counter pool hopping?  I notice all the time, my score will drop from the millions to nothing and then begin climbing back up
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May 18, 2013, 09:26:03 AM

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wtf?

I'm seeing the same thing, and I haven't turned off my computer tonight at all. The "my account" page has me constantly submitting shares, so I'm not sure what's up with that. Hopefully it gets corrected at some point, 4 hours and all
Here we go again (sigh).  All my miners were happily hashing away at full bore in this long round.  The rounds before it and the next one coming up (if rewarded correctly) would attest to that fact.

Same here :
18082    2013-05-18 07:45:28    4:03:45    33732253    none    none    none    236720    25.24790000    87 confirmations left

Hopefully it will get corrected. Also - at around 3hrs into the round my score got reset - it was almost 0 at 3:15 and by 3:45 it was recovering...
I wonder about the score resetting thing, isn't that part of the weighting system to counter pool hopping?  I notice all the time, my score will drop from the millions to nothing and then begin climbing back up

No, the reset is to prevent scores reaching very large numbers. It is thought that if anyone's score reaches +Inf, the universe will implode. So be grateful for the reset.

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May 18, 2013, 09:44:34 AM

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I'm just glad I wasn't the only one. It appears to be a valid block, so I'm sure slush will get it fixed.
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May 18, 2013, 10:41:48 AM

Hmm, more weirdness.  Account page says 724 MH/s, constant shares going out (last update at 0) every time I look, yet instead of the normal 0.0017-0.002 that I get per block, it's 0.00000082. I'm sure it'll be taken care of, but it's weird that these problems have been cropping up over the recent past and not before
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May 18, 2013, 10:55:13 AM

18084    2013-05-18 10:21:35    1:29:33    12254159    10046    0.00000945    none    236736

18083    2013-05-18 08:52:02    1:06:34    9193635        7840    0.02110453    none    236729

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May 18, 2013, 10:57:13 AM

Just give the pool some time to sort it out. Round 18082 is fixed already and was also showing none for me. Now:

Code:
18082 2013-05-18 07:45:28 4:03:45 33732105 2021 0.00148243

Sit back, relax...  Smiley

Pool luck can be a BITCH!
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May 18, 2013, 11:01:40 AM

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wtf?

I'm seeing the same thing, and I haven't turned off my computer tonight at all. The "my account" page has me constantly submitting shares, so I'm not sure what's up with that. Hopefully it gets corrected at some point, 4 hours and all
Here we go again (sigh).  All my miners were happily hashing away at full bore in this long round.  The rounds before it and the next one coming up (if rewarded correctly) would attest to that fact.

Same here :
18082    2013-05-18 07:45:28    4:03:45    33732253    none    none    none    236720    25.24790000    87 confirmations left

Hopefully it will get corrected. Also - at around 3hrs into the round my score got reset - it was almost 0 at 3:15 and by 3:45 it was recovering...
I wonder about the score resetting thing, isn't that part of the weighting system to counter pool hopping?  I notice all the time, my score will drop from the millions to nothing and then begin climbing back up

No, the reset is to prevent scores reaching very large numbers. It is thought that if anyone's score reaches +Inf, the universe will implode. So be grateful for the reset.

There is definitely a difference between reset and renormalization. While reset means zeroing out the scores, renormalization means scaling down the scored and modifying C accordingly. The first is simpler to implement and faster to execute while the second is mathematically more correct. Another options to protect against an arithmetic overflow would be using a logarithmic scale, but that is not how the exp scoring method is implemented.

BTW, I really liked reading http://organofcorti.blogspot.hu/2012/04/41-slushs-pool.html and http://organofcorti.blogspot.hu/2012/09/43-slushs-score-method-and-miner.html and suggest those articles to anyone with doubts and questions about how exp scoring works.

Cheers,
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May 18, 2013, 11:11:55 AM

Just give the pool some time to sort it out. Round 18082 is fixed already and was also showing none for me. Now:

Code:
18082 2013-05-18 07:45:28 4:03:45 33732105 2021 0.00148243

Sit back, relax...  Smiley

You're right, 18082 is fixed for me as well, and I'm certain that any other anomalies will be sorted out in time.
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May 18, 2013, 12:25:59 PM

18085   2013-05-18 11:44:55   1:23:20   11424432   5410   0.01233948   none   236746   25.08892000    99 confirmations left
18084   2013-05-18 10:21:35   1:29:33   12254159   5724   0.00000539   none   236736   25.29456603    89 confirmations left
18083   2013-05-18 08:52:02   1:06:34   9193635   4244   0.01162434   none   236729   25.17040503    82 confirmations left
why in the 18084 block of I will not count my 5724 making my account superbrain
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