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February 18, 2014, 02:30:03 AM
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I'll give it a shot...the XFX cooler looks way better. Max clocks on that one?
Also, do you know if they make a 4gb variant?

Thanks Cheesy

EDIT: Beave you're the man... 2.12kh/s, much better now :p



Surprising! You are welcome. I'm getting 2.35kh/s on the XFX now but only 2.04 for the U--share rate. I have 1100 on the gpu clock and 1050 on the memory clock.

As far as I know, Sapphire is the only one who makes the 4GB as far as I know.

Ah, interesting...well, these are dirt cheap, not half bad. The xfx one seems like it can clock higher with the better cooler.
I'll test the GT 640 4GB with cudaminer soon as well...and then the new GTX 750 and 750ti cards.
Looking forward to that.

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February 18, 2014, 02:43:02 AM
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I'll give it a shot...the XFX cooler looks way better. Max clocks on that one?
Also, do you know if they make a 4gb variant?

Thanks Cheesy

EDIT: Beave you're the man... 2.12kh/s, much better now :p



Surprising! You are welcome. I'm getting 2.35kh/s on the XFX now but only 2.04 for the U--share rate. I have 1100 on the gpu clock and 1050 on the memory clock.

As far as I know, Sapphire is the only one who makes the 4GB as far as I know.

Ah, interesting...well, these are dirt cheap, not half bad. The xfx one seems like it can clock higher with the better cooler.
I'll test the GT 640 4GB with cudaminer soon as well...and then the new GTX 750 and 750ti cards.
Looking forward to that.

Tip incoming!

Thank you. It will be interesting to see how well those cards do. Seems to be a lot of options out there. And it is still profitable with the CPU!

Back on Cryptsy--finally!

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February 18, 2014, 02:59:28 AM
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I'll give it a shot...the XFX cooler looks way better. Max clocks on that one?
Also, do you know if they make a 4gb variant?

Thanks Cheesy

EDIT: Beave you're the man... 2.12kh/s, much better now :p



Surprising! You are welcome. I'm getting 2.35kh/s on the XFX now but only 2.04 for the U--share rate. I have 1100 on the gpu clock and 1050 on the memory clock.

As far as I know, Sapphire is the only one who makes the 4GB as far as I know.

Ah, interesting...well, these are dirt cheap, not half bad. The xfx one seems like it can clock higher with the better cooler.
I'll test the GT 640 4GB with cudaminer soon as well...and then the new GTX 750 and 750ti cards.
Looking forward to that.

Tip incoming!

Thank you. It will be interesting to see how well those cards do. Seems to be a lot of options out there. And it is still profitable with the CPU!

Back on Cryptsy--finally!

Ah, good news! Cheesy

I mine on my i7 too...0.87kh/s
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February 18, 2014, 06:07:22 AM
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VERSION 0.4.2
I've noticed if wallet unlocked for PoS with
Code:
walletpassphrase <passphrase> <timeout> true
there's no need to confirmation for "Send coins" transaction.

Is it bug or feature!?  Wink

ps: 0.4.0 asks passphrase in that case

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February 18, 2014, 09:20:12 PM
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VERSION 0.4.2
I've noticed if wallet unlocked for PoS with
Code:
walletpassphrase <passphrase> <timeout> true
there's no need to confirmation for "Send coins" transaction.

Is it bug or feature!?  Wink

ps: 0.4.0 asks passphrase in that case
Heh, guess we inherited this from the NVC codebase when getting up-to-date with their changes.

That said, it still is just security through obscurity as the private keys have to be decrypted anyway for PoS to work. One just has to extract them from the process memory and then steal the YACs. Tho it could be useful if you have the RPC interface exposed (which you shouldn't anyway Tongue).

EDIT: Now that we're finally on Cryptsy again I wonder how long until the exchange rate of YAC regains its strength. Seeing that YBC is trading for 0.0048 BTC we should see some major up-trend. Smiley

2600 satoshi for YAC is horrible!

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February 18, 2014, 10:50:45 PM
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EDIT: Now that we're finally on Cryptsy again I wonder how long until the exchange rate of YAC regains its strength. Seeing that YBC is trading for 0.0048 BTC we should see some major up-trend. Smiley

2600 satoshi for YAC is horrible!

Seriously. There are a shit ton of exact/almost exact YAC clones out there that have not been updated for months that are trading at way higher prices than YACoin.
YAC needs a meme  Wink 

This sounds like a good idea to get things back on track...
http://yacointalk.com/forum/index.php/topic,605.msg2985.html#new

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February 18, 2014, 11:11:33 PM
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Indeed...all those crappy clones trade for way more, like CPR, or YBC, ZCC...now UTC.
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February 18, 2014, 11:58:07 PM
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Which mobo do you use for 4x r7 240? Are you using extenders x1 to x16 or mobo with 4 x x16 pcie? I want to setup yacoin mining rig so I'm not sure which way is cheaper. Smiley
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February 19, 2014, 12:07:31 AM
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Which mobo do you use for 4x r7 240? Are you using extenders x1 to x16 or mobo with 4 x x16 pcie? I want to setup yacoin mining rig so I'm not sure which way is cheaper. Smiley

I use my main pc, which had an i7 3820 for yacoin cpu mining :p

X79-UD3 + i7 3820 + 2x4gb samsung 1600mhz cl11 + 850w psu (super overkill)

I'd reccomend a z87x-oc or asrock oc formula for 4 well spaced slots, no need for risers. Cards are single slot but not sure if the cooler fits without a slot in between, mine are spaced.
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February 19, 2014, 01:00:16 AM
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VERSION 0.4.2
I've noticed if wallet unlocked for PoS with
Code:
walletpassphrase <passphrase> <timeout> true
there's no need to confirmation for "Send coins" transaction.

Is it bug or feature!?  Wink

ps: 0.4.0 asks passphrase in that case
Heh, guess we inherited this from the NVC codebase when getting up-to-date with their changes.

Was it interited from PPC via NVC and fixed by Sunny King? http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=1917.msg15070#msg15070

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February 19, 2014, 02:01:08 AM
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YAC rally on Cryptsy Smiley  welcome back cryptsy, we actually missed you  Cool

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February 19, 2014, 12:45:46 PM
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Some after-fork stats:

* latest block as of now
Code:
abe=> select block_height from chain_summary order by block_height desc limit 1;                                                                                                                       
 block_height
--------------
       429967
(1 row)

* number of orphaned blocks before the hard-fork
Code:
abe=> select count(*) from chain_summary where block_height<=420000 and in_longest=0;                                                                                                                 
 count
-------
 11345
(1 row)

* number of orphaned blocks after the hard-fork
Code:
abe=> select count(*) from chain_summary where block_height>=420000 and in_longest=0;                                                                                                                 
 count
-------
   335
(1 row)

* number of orphans in the last 10000 blocks before hard-fork - for comarison with the previous figure (off-by-one, i know Tongue)
Code:
abe=> select count(*) from chain_summary where block_height<=420000 and block_height>=410000 and in_longest=0;                                                                                         
 count
-------
   389
(1 row)

* total number of orphans
Code:
abe=> select count(*) from chain_summary where in_longest=0;                                                                                                                                           
 count
-------
 11680
(1 row)

* list of block heights where potentially unwanted forking occured since block #420000 (that is, my server saw the now orphaned block before the block that ended up in the main chain - regardless of the block's timestamp; block_id is the order of blocks as they arrived to my node - imo a much better metric than timestamps)
Code:
abe=> select a.block_height from chain_candidate as a full outer join chain_candidate as b on a.block_height=b.block_height and a.block_id!=b.block_id where a.block_id is not null and b.block_id is not null and a.block_height>=420000 and a.in_longest=1 and b.block_id<a.block_id order by a.block_height asc;

 block_height
--------------
       420049
       420069
       420080
       420246
       420275
       420319
       420375
       420518
       420642
       420739
       420794
       421027
       421048
       421135
       421175
       421242
       421283
       421417
       421448
       421469
       421567
       421659
       421865
       421884
       421893
       421931
       421985
       422087
       422088
       422214
       422300
       422427
       422507
       422507
       422861
       422882
       422942
       423065
       423066
       423067
       423225
       423308
       423352
       423400
       423414
       423462
       423480
       423493
       423567
       423606
       423664
       423665
       423675
       423756
       423766
       423769
       423963
       424068
       424148
       424164
       424238
       424269
       424305
       424402
       424667
       424722
       424886
       424975
       425198
       425235
       425241
       425278
       425435
       425473
       425507
       425563
       425573
       425660
       425724
       425745
       425798
       425812
       425919
       426178
       426195
       426238
       426267
       426288
       426334
       426335
       426336
       426484
       426525
       426530
       426540
       426551
       426576
       426629
       426794
       426808
       426825
       426852
       426856
       426945
       426972
       427067
       427076
       427305
       427350
       427353
       427432
       427503
       427614
       427627
       427673
       427685
       427690
       427695
       427696
       427699
       427700
       427707
       427712
       427718
       427724
       427751
       427767
       427790
       427795
       427807
       427816
       427838
       427863
       427918
       427929
       427930
       427931
       427936
       427939
       427993
       427995
       428014
       428049
       428057
       428062
       428065
       428069
       428131
       428189
       428282
       428373
       428393
       428431
       428448
       428467
       428521
       428522
       428533
       428538
       428550
       428551
       428559
       428684
       428724
       428775
       428806
       428817
       428871
       428910
       428941
       428944
       428957
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       428984
       429064
       429096
       429143
       429154
       429155
       429156
       429196
       429198
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       429513
       429624
       429641
       429708
       429712
       429718
       429719
       429754
       429773
       429815
       429835
       429951
(204 rows)

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February 19, 2014, 01:51:25 PM
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YAC rally on Cryptsy Smiley  welcome back cryptsy, we actually missed you  Cool

Someone is about to regret their weak hands.

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February 19, 2014, 02:09:29 PM
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anyone know the command line to Scrypt R9 280x - GV-R928XOC-3GD

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February 19, 2014, 03:26:18 PM
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Some after-fork stats:
*snip*

Look like good numbers to me.  330 Orphans in a week seems high until you remember it's a 1 minute block time with a relatively low difficulty.  The chances of two miners coming up with a solution at nearly the same time will be somewhat of a regular occurrence.

I'd asked about your block explorer before Sairon, but are you using a stock fork of Abe?  I'd love to have the blockchain info in a SQL database (Which is my native language), just never looked into it, and if you could save me any time, that would be helpful.

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February 19, 2014, 10:10:42 PM
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Some after-fork stats:
*snip*

Look like good numbers to me.  330 Orphans in a week seems high until you remember it's a 1 minute block time with a relatively low difficulty.  The chances of two miners coming up with a solution at nearly the same time will be somewhat of a regular occurrence.

I'd asked about your block explorer before Sairon, but are you using a stock fork of Abe?  I'd love to have the blockchain info in a SQL database (Which is my native language), just never looked into it, and if you could save me any time, that would be helpful.
Yeah, I was just trying to find out whether my changes caused some unexpected forking behavior or not. So far it looks like it's working +- as intended.

Well... I tweaked Abe quite a lot, tho it's mostly some additional stuff like the graphs page and some new API methods and such. Most of the major changes are in my git repo here https://github.com/saironiq/yacoin-abe and I'll try to push some more when I get to it (sometime, maybe)... I believe the git checkout should work "out-of-the-box".

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February 21, 2014, 04:21:57 PM
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Does anyone have working nodes? I cannot get the wallet to sync at all. Using the new release version.
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February 22, 2014, 04:22:44 AM
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I PM'd you a few. Are you running with the -noirc option? 
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where is the very latest official yac windows qt?  any active nodes?

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February 23, 2014, 01:04:03 AM
 #1860

where is the very latest official yac windows qt?  any active nodes?

Client available  here https://github.com/yacoin/yacoin/releases/download/stable_0.4.2/YACoin-0.4.2.zip

There are many thousands of active nodes: https://maps.google.com/maps?q=http://explorer.yacoin.org/static/peers.kml

Also check yacoin.org and yacointalk.com for additional info.
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