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June 10, 2013, 02:14:40 PM
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same here discovered Bitcoin start of 2012, value was 5 GBP, i intended to start mining but i put it off due to BFL saying they were releasing ASIC very soon, well now im stuck with no Bitcoin, low hashrate and a heartbreaking realisation of missing out on at least 20-25k.
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June 10, 2013, 02:17:28 PM
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Well for now all I can do is hash away. I have a small farm of GPU, FPGAs and now ASICs mining. (Mostly GPUs though)
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June 10, 2013, 02:36:19 PM
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I have found 7 blocks in the just about 2 years I have been mining on slush.  But ALL of those came in before ASICS, when my 1.5-2ghash was a decent number.

I haven't found any blocks in almost a year now...

EDIT: but I would like to say that my total payout during those 7 blocks was about 450btc.  Which means I'm ahead of the game by almost 100btc.  Definitely pays to mine with slush...

I have been mining with slush for about 5 months and I found 2 blocks, all be it I slowly up the hashrate with the pool. Wish I knew bitcoin back in 2011

I wish I knew what bitcoin was gonna do back in 2011.  It was worth between $3-$5 for the longest time.  And I would save them up until I had like $300-$400 worth, and then I would be a good little bitcoiner and I would go spend them in the community.  I got a lot of cool shit, for basically free, but if I would have held on to all of them I could go buy myself a porsche, or a house... lol
Imagine it, when the bitcoin price was 3$ and then buy a lot from them, apr. 1000 bitcoin (1-3 month reward from good job) and now sell it, u can still buy a house from that:)
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June 10, 2013, 05:14:00 PM
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How can the luck for the day be at 113% when there have been so many long blocks today?
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June 10, 2013, 05:25:41 PM
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How can the luck for the day be at 113% when there have been so many long blocks today?
Because of yesterday. 6 hours+ block in not in last 24 hours and block after that were short. So last 24 hours is not just today.
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June 10, 2013, 05:33:52 PM
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Is the 4+hour blocks normal here?  I'm new and only been mining for a week or two.  I only have 1600MH/s and it seems like a long time to just earn .0026 or so.

Edit:  I guess the 3 minute and the 4 minute right afterwards kinda balances things out a bit. Smiley

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June 10, 2013, 06:01:51 PM
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Is the 4+hour blocks normal here?  I'm new and only been mining for a week or two.  I only have 1600MH/s and it seems like a long time to just earn .0026 or so.
4+ is short... If you are mining with 1.6GH you should be getting about 0.015 not 0.0026. So I guess you are slower or you are not mining all the time. If you just started the number will go up slowly. This is the way DGM works... If interested you can read hire https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=57148.msg1955006#msg1955006 or ask (PM or forum)

Pool users close to your speed:
Rank   Id   DGM Estimate   Shares   Rate (MHash/s)
112   e928ec84   0.01513061   6,704   1,690
113   5d7860a5   0.01607279   6,639   1,674
114   906b1bc4   0.01587488   6,546   1,650
115   0b938696   0.01585955   6,544   1,650
116   f313718d   0.01525332   6,486   1,635
117   b978fca8   0.01547224   6,352   1,601

This is a pool data that you can get on IRC

[19:50] <Lucko> !average
[19:50] <mmbot> On average it will take 6.7 hours to find a block at 2790.7 Gh/s. 50% of blocks will be found in 4.6 hours. 95% in 20.0 hours. 99% in 30.7 hours.
[19:50] <mmbot> The pool should earn approximately 89.94 BTC per day.

So 4X0,015=0.06 but you need to take small part away since it is not 4 blocks a day. So If you look http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator and calculate your speed you will see that this is what you will get with your speed. But there is a variance of luck. Sometimes you get much more sometimes you get much less.

EDIT: Sorry wrong pool Smiley No not normal but it can happen Smiley Longest I seen was 14 hours+. But it doesn't happen offend...
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June 10, 2013, 06:19:07 PM
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To be honest, I'm not real sure how to figure out how many mH/s I do get other than using what's on the "Main Account" page on Slush's site. It says:

Average hashrate in last 10 rounds: 1716 Mhash/s

I've been mining non stop for about a week now with my rewards ranging from .00265261 to .00329058 which was the 4 minute one about 30 minutes ago.

So this is normal?

Thanks for the help

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June 10, 2013, 06:31:19 PM
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nice another 4 in a row!

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June 10, 2013, 06:39:42 PM
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To be honest, I'm not real sure how to figure out how many mH/s I do get other than using what's on the "Main Account" page on Slush's site. It says:

Average hashrate in last 10 rounds: 1716 Mhash/s

I've been mining non stop for about a week now with my rewards ranging from .00265261 to .00329058 which was the 4 minute one about 30 minutes ago.

So this is normal?

Thanks for the help
I made a mistake and thought you are asking for a different pool. It is normal... and reword looks right for your speed. You will have long and short blocks... On short blocks you will also see bigger variances since luck plays bigger part. You can be lucky or unlucky for short time but in a long term it evens out...
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June 10, 2013, 07:48:12 PM
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Wohoo, total pool hashrate is going down last two days and I just plugged in another HD 5670…looking forward to you, rewards Grin

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June 10, 2013, 08:05:25 PM
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To be honest, I'm not real sure how to figure out how many mH/s I do get other than using what's on the "Main Account" page on Slush's site. It says:

Average hashrate in last 10 rounds: 1716 Mhash/s

I've been mining non stop for about a week now with my rewards ranging from .00265261 to .00329058 which was the 4 minute one about 30 minutes ago.

So this is normal?

Thanks for the help
I made a mistake and thought you are asking for a different pool. It is normal... and reword looks right for your speed. You will have long and short blocks... On short blocks you will also see bigger variances since luck plays bigger part. You can be lucky or unlucky for short time but in a long term it evens out...

Thanks for the info.

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June 10, 2013, 08:08:28 PM
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Wohoo, total pool hashrate is going down last two days and I just plugged in another HD 5670…looking forward to you, rewards Grin
I don't think that that big jump of 3th was "normal". I think it was ASIC miner. They jump from time to time to pools. I'm not sure why. Maybe they have problems with there pool. But not 100% sure since they do find blocks in that time. Might be that they have just performance issues and they need to decrease load on there pool.
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June 10, 2013, 08:59:56 PM
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Wohoo, total pool hashrate is going down last two days and I just plugged in another HD 5670…looking forward to you, rewards Grin
I don't think that that big jump of 3th was "normal". I think it was ASIC miner. They jump from time to time to pools. I'm not sure why. Maybe they have problems with there pool. But not 100% sure since they do find blocks in that time. Might be that they have just performance issues and they need to decrease load on there pool.

I thought the Rumor was butterfly labs was "testing" equipment before sending it out.
 never mind it takes "several" 5gh/s to make a pool increase by 1,000gh/s
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June 10, 2013, 09:03:11 PM
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Wohoo, total pool hashrate is going down last two days and I just plugged in another HD 5670…looking forward to you, rewards Grin
I don't think that that big jump of 3th was "normal". I think it was ASIC miner. They jump from time to time to pools. I'm not sure why. Maybe they have problems with there pool. But not 100% sure since they do find blocks in that time. Might be that they have just performance issues and they need to decrease load on there pool.

I thought the Rumor was butterfly labs was "testing" equipment before sending it out.
 never mind it takes "several" 5gh/s to make a pool increase by 1,000gh/s
Well could be but one admin did confirm me in PM that username is ASCI miner. Didn't write it exactly right because it might expose the admin.
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June 10, 2013, 09:06:03 PM
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But 3Th are exactly 2 minirigs and if it was them, its even good news, as we will know that they work fine with startum, while for those few hours it is clearly just testing and not 'testing'

EDIT: The best way to test stratum is not the test network, but at the inventor's pool, so good news actualy

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June 10, 2013, 09:12:26 PM
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Possible. But jumps are always in 1,2,3,4...TH. So minirig is 1.5TH and doesn't look right. You could do it but unlikely. I think it is 100 blades... No overclocking...
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June 10, 2013, 09:17:32 PM
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Is there any tricks to cut down the Video Driver from crashing. Besides lower GPU Mhz.
I am asking because I have 3 machines identical in all ways brand new win7 installs 64bit, Sapphire 7870xt cards.
I can run 2 no issues at 1200Mhz GPU mining 525 mh/s while the 3rd one the video driver seems to crash above 1145Mhz after several hours.
The 2 at 1200 run at 71C and 76C while the driver crashing one runs at 75C.
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June 10, 2013, 09:20:50 PM
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Is there any tricks to cut down the Video Driver from crashing. Besides lower GPU Mhz.
I am asking because I have 3 machines identical in all ways brand new win7 installs 64bit, Sapphire 7870xt cards.
I can run 2 no issues at 1200Mhz GPU mining 525 mh/s while the 3rd one the video driver seems to crash above 1145Mhz after several hours.
The 2 at 1200 run at 71C and 76C while the driver crashing one runs at 75C.


You can underclock the memory.

Add more cooling.

Other than that there isn't much.  Unfortunately that is simply the nature of video cards.  No two (of even the same model #) are exactly alike.

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June 10, 2013, 09:25:37 PM
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Is there any tricks to cut down the Video Driver from crashing. Besides lower GPU Mhz.
I am asking because I have 3 machines identical in all ways brand new win7 installs 64bit, Sapphire 7870xt cards.
I can run 2 no issues at 1200Mhz GPU mining 525 mh/s while the 3rd one the video driver seems to crash above 1145Mhz after several hours.
The 2 at 1200 run at 71C and 76C while the driver crashing one runs at 75C.


Are all the cards running at default voltage?  Perhaps the third one needs a little more?

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