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May 21, 2013, 10:40:41 PM
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Last few rounds, looks like it makes sense now just wish there was a line for my score thats all. and my hash is under 50 just dont want to admit how little it really is cause you would die laughing but like I said running this as a model and not as income generation yet.
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Plenty of miners have a hashrate of ~ 35 Mhps (like you).
Ok then I'm not as inept at the hash thingy as I thought but aiming for 25-75 gh/s in next year or so.

Ah, you're just practicing then. Good luck!

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May 21, 2013, 10:42:32 PM
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Last few rounds, looks like it makes sense now just wish there was a line for my score thats all. and my hash is under 50 just dont want to admit how little it really is cause you would die laughing but like I said running this as a model and not as income generation yet.
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Plenty of miners have a hashrate of ~ 35 Mhps (like you).

Which reminds me organofcorti - you said you may find time for an updated blog entry - have I missed it or have you been too busy (watching day time tv - jeremy springer Smiley )

On Slush's pool? Not yet. It's on my list, after an updated "miner hashrate distributions" post and a post on the total electricity cost of mining. Soon!

Edit: Unless I get distracted by something even more interesting. Again.  Embarrassed

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May 21, 2013, 10:48:56 PM
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actually i'm running an older Nvida gpu and so I get lower mining rates with that but it is what I already have. I have it over clocked to the max of it's ability to remain stable and not overheat the rest of the system. I actually purchased a 5gh Asic and figure with the delivery delay I have enough time to figure out what the heck is going on. (hardware geek i understood the overclocking and the difference with the nvida part right away) then it will pay for it's self after a little while purchase another etc. dont forget the market will stabilize the prices to the point that will replace the decrease in the rewards to the point that your net gain in fiat will be consistent over time resulting in the same cash now then and before. or are there some mistakes to my logic.
Now I have a question for you. Someone tolled me that if I overclock my cards I need to increase the voltage. Even if that is not necessary for stability. You just need to or you will damaged it. Is that right? It sounds wrong to me but I'm no expert...

And if 5gh is BFL you will probably wait a long time. When did you order it? You will probably wait to the point that it will take some time to pay it self. It might even used more electricity then it will give out.

About your logic. There is over 50% of bitcoins already mined so there is no guarantee that the prices will cover cost of mining. There are people that have a lot of BTC and if they sell them the price will drop. It is always a risk. Price will get stabilized as soon as there is a big enough market that uses BTC and doesn't convert price according to $/BTC or €/BTC or something. But then again I might be wrong...
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May 21, 2013, 11:08:26 PM
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Last few rounds, looks like it makes sense now just wish there was a line for my score thats all. and my hash is under 50 just dont want to admit how little it really is cause you would die laughing but like I said running this as a model and not as income generation yet.
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Plenty of miners have a hashrate of ~ 35 Mhps (like you).

Which reminds me organofcorti - you said you may find time for an updated blog entry - have I missed it or have you been too busy (watching day time tv - jeremy springer Smiley )
Since you are not accepting donations I would be happy to collect them for you and donate them to my favorite charity.  Grin

there has got to be a way to put this conversation into a wiki or a faq to prevent the need to go through it again for the next guy/gal

Just dont like the begging thing - the wiki thing is a good idea and has been mentioned before - I dont think anyone ever expected slush's thread to get to 431 pages...

[EDIT] someone will tell us if there's a thread with more pages than slush...

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May 21, 2013, 11:36:52 PM
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[EDIT] someone will tell us if there's a thread with more pages than slush...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28402.0

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May 21, 2013, 11:52:12 PM
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Well, if my meeting with my banks Business loan people goes well, there will be 2 x 350GH/s KnCMiner Jupiters, mining on Slush's, come October, and if they appear, 30GH/s of BFL machines (hopefully) before that, from me too.

Fingers crossed!

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May 22, 2013, 12:18:53 AM
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Now I have a question for you. Someone tolled me that if I overclock my cards I need to increase the voltage. Even if that is not necessary for stability. You just need to or you will damaged it. Is that right? It sounds wrong to me but I'm no expert...


If you are stable, then there is no need to increase voltage.  (You might have some issues that don't cause the card to stop working completely that require more voltage however.)

It will definitely not ever do damage to run at too low voltage.  Running at too high of a voltage is where you might do physical damage to your cards.



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May 22, 2013, 01:11:14 AM
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Now I have a question for you. Someone tolled me that if I overclock my cards I need to increase the voltage. Even if that is not necessary for stability. You just need to or you will damaged it. Is that right? It sounds wrong to me but I'm no expert...


If you are stable, then there is no need to increase voltage.  (You might have some issues that don't cause the card to stop working completely that require more voltage however.)

It will definitely not ever do damage to run at too low voltage.  Running at too high of a voltage is where you might do physical damage to your cards.




he beat me too it, I agree. The best thing to do is to use the software that came with your card to over clock it. If it didn't come with software you are better off not overclocking it. Playing with voltage can seriously fry your system if you dont know what you are doing with it.

To pay for a BL 5gh miner will take around a month if the market price goes down to 100, 3 months if it goes under 75, those are just estimates so please no one correct me. Fact is no one should invest in bitcoins at all unless they can afford to loose every penny they put into it because it is marginally stable at best. People will always do currency conversions regardless of how much of a market there is. There is a movement to use silver as a unit of trade and people still convert silver to fiat.

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May 22, 2013, 01:13:43 AM
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Last few rounds, looks like it makes sense now just wish there was a line for my score thats all. and my hash is under 50 just dont want to admit how little it really is cause you would die laughing but like I said running this as a model and not as income generation yet.
[ ... ]

Plenty of miners have a hashrate of ~ 35 Mhps (like you).

Which reminds me organofcorti - you said you may find time for an updated blog entry - have I missed it or have you been too busy (watching day time tv - jeremy springer Smiley )
Since you are not accepting donations I would be happy to collect them for you and donate them to my favorite charity.  Grin

there has got to be a way to put this conversation into a wiki or a faq to prevent the need to go through it again for the next guy/gal

Just dont like the begging thing - the wiki thing is a good idea and has been mentioned before - I dont think anyone ever expected slush's thread to get to 431 pages...

[EDIT] someone will tell us if there's a thread with more pages than slush...

Ah ok that makes sense just teasing and I dont mind posting a website for free advert but not into begging but would still be happy to babysit any extra coins people have laying around

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May 22, 2013, 01:24:05 AM
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Blockchain says Slush got block 237278, but his site doesn't agree? And that payout address is not right either. https://blockchain.info/tx/05250d0d298a075bc9cf7c224e2421d7387f1996d82dbef1982f36cb43acbb4e Whose is the error?

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May 22, 2013, 01:36:00 AM
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Blockchain says Slush got block 237278, but his site doesn't agree? And that payout address is not right either. https://blockchain.info/tx/05250d0d298a075bc9cf7c224e2421d7387f1996d82dbef1982f36cb43acbb4e Whose is the error?

i second this missing.

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May 22, 2013, 01:44:21 AM
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Blockchain says Slush got block 237278, but his site doesn't agree? And that payout address is not right either. https://blockchain.info/tx/05250d0d298a075bc9cf7c224e2421d7387f1996d82dbef1982f36cb43acbb4e Whose is the error?

i second this missing.

currious would like to know the answer as well. Could it be he also has a solo rig and this is reporting a chain found that way?

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May 22, 2013, 01:55:23 AM
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Blockchain says Slush got block 237278, but his site doesn't agree? And that payout address is not right either. https://blockchain.info/tx/05250d0d298a075bc9cf7c224e2421d7387f1996d82dbef1982f36cb43acbb4e Whose is the error?

i second this missing.

currious would like to know the answer as well. Could it be he also has a solo rig and this is reporting a chain found that way?
I think someone might be faking the slush "signature". I'm not wholly certain how who mines what block is assigned, but have a look at the coinbase:

237246: ��/P2SH/��Q�R 464d/slush/
237270:  ֞/P2SH/� �Q � 549bf/slush/
237278:  ޞM�/slush/R,�mmY#4�d�O� �g�@?�J�-_h�1q�s�

Additionally, the payout address usually used is 1AqTMY, but the questionable block is 152MGP.

Again, I don't know exactly what's going on here but I see a broken pattern.

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May 22, 2013, 01:56:27 AM
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why is namecoin merged mining turned off?
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May 22, 2013, 02:08:07 AM
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why is namecoin merged mining turned off?
what makes you say it is turned off

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May 22, 2013, 02:08:51 AM
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why is namecoin merged mining turned off?
what makes you say it is turned off

user wtff in the irc chat said it was disabled, and I have been mining for 30 hours on this pool with a namecoin address added yet no results
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May 22, 2013, 02:15:42 AM
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Namecoin only works on getwork and the getwork of the pool is only 2-3% of total power. Don't expect anything for days.

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May 22, 2013, 02:29:53 AM
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why is namecoin merged mining turned off?
what makes you say it is turned off

user wtff in the irc chat said it was disabled, and I have been mining for 30 hours on this pool with a namecoin address added yet no results
I have namecoin running with cgminer with stratus and it's still working. last namecoin was
18116    2013-05-20 09:43:31    3:09:59       0.00045825    237043    25.22500001    confirmed

you have to have the namecoin miner running with your cgminer or other software for it to register namecoins for you. been running it for a little over 3 weeks and have 0.00407408 namecoins

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May 22, 2013, 02:35:42 AM
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you have to have the namecoin miner running with your cgminer or other software for it to register namecoins for you. been running it for a little over 3 weeks and have 0.00407408 namecoins
False. Your namecoin miner does nothing in slush's pool. I've been mining for about the same amount of time and I have .5 NMC. Current NMC round is 1 day, 19:07:35. Like I said, it's getwork only and using stratum means you are not participating in the mining of a NMC block. And paying the 10% fee to use getwork is more loss than you will ever gain via namecoin.

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May 22, 2013, 02:44:51 AM
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you have to have the namecoin miner running with your cgminer or other software for it to register namecoins for you. been running it for a little over 3 weeks and have 0.00407408 namecoins
False. Your namecoin miner does nothing in slush's pool. I've been mining for about the same amount of time and I have .5 NMC. Current NMC round is 1 day, 19:07:35. Like I said, it's getwork only and using stratum means you are not participating in the mining of a NMC block. And paying the 10% fee to use getwork is more loss than you will ever gain via namecoin.
ok then I must be hallucinating and the bitcoins that are registered in my name aren't real. currently mining with stratum not get work. very currious. sooo you saying that i'm lying is ok but it hasn't been that long maybe gremlins are eating your namecoins. last namecoin round ended last night again for your reading pleasure you will see the data from the stats page.
18116    2013-05-20 09:43:31    3:09:59    23963018    95    0.00012246    0.00045825    237043    25.22500001    confirmed

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