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May 01, 2013, 09:18:17 PM
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just got back home and checked what the morning CPU mining did... total of 7 shares found, dificulty 1 ( max of 1.1MHash/sec when firefox is closed etc ) and find the following block is calculated ( and time showing last 2 of them were at end of round )

17791    2013-05-01 20:01:25  5:00:24 36782329  7 0.00000000    234096   25.58139100

normaly i'd shrug it off due to the over 36 million shares, this time i know at least 2 shares were in the last few min of the round

Unfortunally for such long round you probably need last minute not last minutes at that speed...
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May 01, 2013, 09:29:33 PM
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just got back home and checked what the morning CPU mining did... total of 7 shares found, dificulty 1 ( max of 1.1MHash/sec when firefox is closed etc ) and find the following block is calculated ( and time showing last 2 of them were at end of round )

17791    2013-05-01 20:01:25  5:00:24 36782329  7 0.00000000    234096   25.58139100

normaly i'd shrug it off due to the over 36 million shares, this time i know at least 2 shares were in the last few min of the round

Unfortunally for such long round you probably need last minute not last minutes at that speed...

I with my ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5145 capable of 7.7Mhash/s at top speed can say this is not quite true. Last few minutes are fine.

btw, I am stuck at BTC0.0037. Maybe someone would like to help me reach the minimum payout threshold? I'd pay you your fair share for the work and cover the commission.

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May 01, 2013, 09:37:07 PM
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just got back home and checked what the morning CPU mining did... total of 7 shares found, dificulty 1 ( max of 1.1MHash/sec when firefox is closed etc ) and find the following block is calculated ( and time showing last 2 of them were at end of round )

17791    2013-05-01 20:01:25  5:00:24 36782329  7 0.00000000    234096   25.58139100

normaly i'd shrug it off due to the over 36 million shares, this time i know at least 2 shares were in the last few min of the round

Unfortunally for such long round you probably need last minute not last minutes at that speed...

I with my ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5145 capable of 7.7Mhash/s at top speed can say this is not quite true. Last few minutes are fine.

btw, I am stuck at BTC0.0037. Maybe someone would like to help me reach the minimum payout threshold? I'd pay you your fair share for the work and cover the commission.

If you post a worker name and password here (it's safe - people can only use it to mine for you), I'll help a little till the end of the round - I'm a slow miner as well though.

I wouldn't require any payment from you, and maybe in little donations of time from different users you can reach your goal.

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May 01, 2013, 09:43:22 PM
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If you post a worker name and password here (it's safe - people can only use it to mine for you), I'll help a little till the end of the round - I'm a slow miner as well though.

I wouldn't require any payment from you, and maybe in little donations of time from different users you can reach your goal.

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I will give you my miner smaller miner(468) for one block....

Don't worry for user and password. The only thing anyone can do is mine for you. You can't be hacked... EDIT: unless it is the same password as your account...

P.S.: there is a difference in 7.7 and 1...
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May 01, 2013, 09:48:53 PM
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just got back home and checked what the morning CPU mining did... total of 7 shares found, dificulty 1 ( max of 1.1MHash/sec when firefox is closed etc ) and find the following block is calculated ( and time showing last 2 of them were at end of round )

17791    2013-05-01 20:01:25  5:00:24 36782329  7 0.00000000    234096   25.58139100

normaly i'd shrug it off due to the over 36 million shares, this time i know at least 2 shares were in the last few min of the round

Unfortunally for such long round you probably need last minute not last minutes at that speed...

I with my ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5145 capable of 7.7Mhash/s at top speed can say this is not quite true. Last few minutes are fine.

btw, I am stuck at BTC0.0037. Maybe someone would like to help me reach the minimum payout threshold? I'd pay you your fair share for the work and cover the commission.

If you post a worker name and password here (it's safe - people can only use it to mine for you), I'll help a little till the end of the round - I'm a slow miner as well though.

I wouldn't require any payment from you, and maybe in little donations of time from different users you can reach your goal.

K.

Thanks! I really appreciate this! I didn't think this would take that long. I'm struggling since 12 April.

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May 01, 2013, 09:52:28 PM
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mining seems to be a choice of pour money at it and get big rigs/asic or sift little and often and try to chip away at the mess of 0s to get some im only a tiny player myself and now after almost 1 month have .4 btc
unless your on a laptop you might look into getting a cheap gpu even a 57xx will give you about 100-150mhash
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May 01, 2013, 09:53:35 PM
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there is a difference in 7.7 and 1...

Sometimes I manage to mine a single share in an hour, sometimes two within a minute. No doubt there is a difference, but I call myself experienced at slow speeds Cheesy

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May 01, 2013, 09:58:38 PM
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there is a difference in 7.7 and 1...

Sometimes I manage to mine a single share in an hour, sometimes two within a minute. No doubt there is a difference, but I call myself experienced at slow speeds Cheesy

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I will give you my miner smaller miner(468) for one block....

Thank you!

1mhesh is less then one share per hour so if your miner doesn't send any shares for 30 minutes your score is reseted... This is a big difference from 7.7 to 1...

Forgot to add. It is a donation...
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May 01, 2013, 09:59:44 PM
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hey guys this would be my 1st post here. Smiley

Based on my experience here at slush pool having just 85 mh/s average The reward here is great! For example 24 shares on 26 mins block my reward is arround 0.0003.(this figure for me is great with just 85 mh/s). The only thing i notice is that if ever there is a connection issue or outage you will likely see a lot of zeros even if you have shares.

 Waiting for my 2 sapphire 5850 gpu (low on budget) which will arrive next week. Imagine getting 600-700 mh/s. I think it would be fantastic.


Quit mining at the moment.
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May 01, 2013, 10:00:22 PM
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Thanks! I really appreciate this! I didn't think this would take that long. I'm struggling since 12 April.

Your welcome Smiley

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May 01, 2013, 10:01:47 PM
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mining seems to be a choice of pour money at it and get big rigs/asic or sift little and often and try to chip away at the mess of 0s to get some im only a tiny player myself and now after almost 1 month have .4 btc
unless your on a laptop you might look into getting a cheap gpu even a 57xx will give you about 100-150mhash


I am on a laptop, and that's a huge offset. Nevertheless, I've learned a lot. I've also managed to worsen my browser display output setting up ATI drivers but that's another story Cheesy

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May 01, 2013, 10:06:31 PM
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@Mikko8: I'm only a slow miner like I said earlier (50mhash/s) - sent 10 shares so far, are they registering?

EDIT: new round, I'll stay on a little longer; hopefully you'll get a quick round.

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May 01, 2013, 10:07:53 PM
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hey guys this would be my 1st post here. Smiley

Based on my experience here at slush pool having just 85 mh/s average The reward here is great! For example 24 shares on 26 mins block my reward is arround 0.0003.(this figure for me is great with just 85 mh/s). The only thing i notice is that if ever there is a connection issue or outage you will likely see a lot of zeros even if you have shares.

 Waiting for my 2 sapphire 5850 gpu (low on budget) which will arrive next week. Imagine getting 600-700 mh/s. I think it would be fantastic.



That's more than I earn daily Cheesy Good luck with your new GPUs.

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May 01, 2013, 10:08:51 PM
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@Mikko8: I'm only a slow miner like I said earlier (50mhash/s) - sent 10 shares so far, are they registering?

K.

Thanks. It was 9 a minute ago + 1 on the new block.

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May 01, 2013, 10:08:56 PM
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mining seems to be a choice of pour money at it and get big rigs/asic or sift little and often and try to chip away at the mess of 0s to get some im only a tiny player myself and now after almost 1 month have .4 btc
unless your on a laptop you might look into getting a cheap gpu even a 57xx will give you about 100-150mhash


I am on a laptop, and that's a huge offset. Nevertheless, I've learned a lot. I've also managed to worsen my browser display output setting up ATI drivers but that's another story Cheesy

Cheap desktop with PCIx16 about 50€ and 5750 or 5770 is about 50€ and you will getitng about 150 180 without overclocking and up to 220 with overclocking... But use cgminer you get about 10% more out... When ASIC takes over BTC switch to LTC...
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May 01, 2013, 10:12:11 PM
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Waiting for my 2 sapphire 5850 gpu (low on budget) which will arrive next week. Imagine getting 600-700 mh/s. I think it would be fantastic.
No. Set up correctly you should be getting 700+. About 780 if heat isn't a problem...
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May 01, 2013, 10:12:40 PM
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mining seems to be a choice of pour money at it and get big rigs/asic or sift little and often and try to chip away at the mess of 0s to get some im only a tiny player myself and now after almost 1 month have .4 btc
unless your on a laptop you might look into getting a cheap gpu even a 57xx will give you about 100-150mhash


I am on a laptop, and that's a huge offset. Nevertheless, I've learned a lot. I've also managed to worsen my browser display output setting up ATI drivers but that's another story Cheesy

Cheap desktop with PCIx16 about 50€ and 5750 or 5770 is about 50€ and you will getitng about 150 180 without overclocking and up to 220 with overclocking... But use cgminer you get about 10% more out... When ASIC takes over BTC switch to LTC...

Thanks for the advice. I'll take a look on these possibilities and exact prices tomorrow.

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May 01, 2013, 10:14:54 PM
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Thanks for the advice. I'll take a look on these possibilities and exact prices tomorrow.
Well it is a cheep option but not cost effective one. EDIT: Be sure that PSU is strong enough

I missed start of a block for 3 minutes but now I'm mining for you...

EDIT: since it was a short one you will get one more...
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May 01, 2013, 10:26:35 PM
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@Mikko8: Ok, I've done 1 and a bit rounds and I'm signing off. (Hope it helped some).

I may help again soon (depending on the response from other community members).

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May 01, 2013, 10:40:54 PM
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Just got an email from BFL saying they are starting to ship & that you need to confirm your order or they will cancel it.

Gave them a call and was told you only need to confirm if you ordered the "older" ASICs with higher power requirements (4.5/30/60 models), but do not need to confirm 5/25/50 model orders.
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