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June 21, 2011, 03:19:56 PM
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I have been using DiabloMiner for a few days, and even when I have googled some basic information, i still have a few doubts. For example, I guess that mhash could be my processing power, which usually (in my case) displays 5.x/5.x. What means each number? Current and average mhash? Another doubt is about parameter -f. As I underestand it, regulates the computing power, but larger numbers means more power? whats the default value if -f is not specified?
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June 21, 2011, 09:17:59 PM
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-f is for priority processing, the lower it is -f 0 the higher the priority, so -f 60 is not very concentrated processing. If you have a dedicated cpu for mining, then you would set -f 0 or 1 or 2, if you use your pc for other things as well, you might want to try -f 60 or above

I don't personally use diablo miner, but that's what -f does in the other miners

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