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September 25, 2014, 02:10:07 AM
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Hey guys,
 I don't want to clutter up the thread with useless stuff, but I've been reading over everything to figure out what I'm doing wrong here. I'm using a Core I5 3210M and I can't even get out of 'hash' speed territory (into khash). I didn't even notice it at first, but that's a huge difference. Right now it gets around 18 hash/s. I'm using the 2.4.0 cpu miner build from Thirtybird's releases page. Is this the 'old' build still? I tried downloading the one initially presented in this thread, but it won't connect to the stratum address.

Please forgive me if I'm being obtuse and missing something. I'm just starting with this whole cryptocurrency thing. I read up and down, and the only thing I didn't do was actually compile the binary that's here.

Thanks for the help

J

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September 25, 2014, 04:17:28 AM
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You might want to google around on subjects like "N-Factor" Smiley  N goes up by 1, CPU mining hashrate is reduced by 50% (simplified example here) - and N is now 16, so hashrate would be 64 or 128 times slower than CPU scrypt mining.  Noones CPU is in KHash range any longer.  18 hash/sec sounds like a single thread speed - i5's usually have 4, so if you're around 72 hash/sec with that cpu, that might be around right... my i7 does 184 Hash/sec, which is real similar to my 2GB radeon GPUs (at 195 stable, 205 unstable)

YACMiner: https://github.com/Thirtybird/YACMiner  N-Factor information : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aj3vcsuY-JFNdC1ITWJrSG9VeWp6QXppbVgxcm0tbGc&usp=drive_web#gid=0
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September 25, 2014, 06:17:02 AM
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Ah, I get it now. I lack proper confidence, so I always assume it's my fault - haha. Makes sense now. I really didn't understand the N factor beyond seeing it. Thanks much for pointing that out. But yeah, 18 was one of the threads only. I get about 80 hashes combined. I'm a broke musician, and YAC is pretty much the only CPU coin that is worth anything these days. I want to explore mining on better hardware, but I have to wait until I get signed *ha*  Grin

Well, it seems that I arrived too late for YAC. I can't even break 10 coins in 8 hrs now, 2 days ago at least I could get about 40 in that time. Sad

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October 01, 2014, 03:03:53 PM
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I dont see my hashses only see new block detected

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January 07, 2015, 05:27:57 PM
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Hello What is the strongest currency in profit now after currency YAcoin Smiley
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