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June 02, 2014, 11:42:42 PM
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GPU mining YAC has always been an art, while CPU mining has always been pretty much "set & forget"  Shocked  One of the many great unintended features of Yacoin for sure is they way it caters to many different personalities.
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June 03, 2014, 01:32:34 AM
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GPU mining YAC has always been an art...


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June 03, 2014, 11:36:53 AM
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<- heck yeah xD

This guy had to code his own miner to get into the higher n factors lol
Talk about dedication...

Btw, I can't get more than 450h/s out of 2gb r7 240s, am I doomed? R9 290 doesn't seem to get past 1kh/s, and even then I get hw.
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June 03, 2014, 12:59:20 PM
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Is the getnetworkhashps RPC command right ?

Code:
user@server:~$ yacoin/src/yacoind getnetworkhashps
385667

And also, how do I mint if using only the daemon ?
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June 03, 2014, 01:23:01 PM
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Btw, I can't get more than 450h/s out of 2gb r7 240s, am I doomed? R9 290 doesn't seem to get past 1kh/s, and even then I get hw.

That seems low.  My R7 250 2GB's get 820 H/sec or so - 384 shaders vs 320 shaders won't warrant that large of a spread...

Buffer size 1753 (largest I can allocate on my rigs, YMMV)
LG=5, R=1078
or
LG=6, R=1280

one of those two should be your top hashrate... I would guess ~700 H/sec

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June 03, 2014, 04:09:29 PM
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http://explore.grokonet.com/ Is there any API for this block explorer?
Official explorer has been dead for ages
well, technically it's dead only since today. the motivation behind this decision is:
* it was running too damn slow to be of any use anyway
* the benefits of running that server didn't justify the cost (over $20/mo for something that's constantly moving through the thin line called "working/broken")
* some of the stat-generating cron jobs actually didn't even have a chance to complete as they were getting killed due to an out-of-memory condition
...
as a replacement, i'm running a (much cheaper but working and fast) new explorer at http://yacoin.unsha.net
...
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June 03, 2014, 04:17:03 PM
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...
PS: i really tried to make a windows executable with py2exe, but there's no fucking way i'm gonna get that stupid m$ visual shit to work (needed to compile yac_scrypt)...
...
MSVS can be like a fickle mistress.  You treat her wrong and she will give you hell.  You treat her right and she will make you very happy Smiley
What are you trying to do with MSVS?  What is yac_scrypt?  You did see my videos on building all the libraries for Bitcoin, YACoin, etc.  and my video on my YACoin changes using MSVS?

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June 03, 2014, 05:15:48 PM
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http://explore.grokonet.com/ Is there any API for this block explorer?
Official explorer has been dead for ages
well, technically it's dead only since today. the motivation behind this decision is:
* it was running too damn slow to be of any use anyway
* the benefits of running that server didn't justify the cost (over $20/mo for something that's constantly moving through the thin line called "working/broken")
* some of the stat-generating cron jobs actually didn't even have a chance to complete as they were getting killed due to an out-of-memory condition
...
as a replacement, i'm running a (much cheaper but working and fast) new explorer at http://yacoin.unsha.net
...
Hello Sairon & anyone else suffering the "ISP blues",

Could you use this Linux ISP?
http://inxtracking01.inx1and1.de/tracking?i1005q00bdrfqbpn55000d0000000000000000cx6wb0i6&kwk=6854016

Yes $0.99 for the first year! 
Unlimited data transfer etc. etc. Or maybe the $5.99/month package?

Just use that link if you sign up, it gets me a "smidge" off my websites(shameless plug) Cheesy

Ron
yeah, but i need a vps, not webhosting Smiley
actually, their vps prices are a bit higher than what i pay currently at chunkhost

...
PS: i really tried to make a windows executable with py2exe, but there's no fucking way i'm gonna get that stupid m$ visual shit to work (needed to compile yac_scrypt)...
...
MSVS can be like a fickle mistress.  You treat her wrong and she will give you hell.  You treat her right and she will make you very happy Smiley
What are you trying to do with MSVS?  What is yac_scrypt?  You did see my videos on building all the libraries for Bitcoin, YACoin, etc.  and my video on my YACoin changes using MSVS?

Ron

i was referring to yacoin_scrypt python module (which itself is written in c). finally managed to compile it with mingw (the time i could've saved by trying it this way first... gah), so it's ok now.

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June 03, 2014, 05:34:25 PM
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My 750ti got 880 hash/sec each.
 Grin goodbye AMD

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June 03, 2014, 06:26:44 PM
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My 750ti got 880 hash/sec each.
 Grin goodbye AMD nVidia

(Fixed that for you)

good to know!  My low end AMD is about 1.1 KH/sec - glad I didn't switch to team green!  my 2 GB cards are 820 KH/sec...

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June 03, 2014, 06:40:56 PM
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My 750ti got 880 hash/sec each.
 Grin goodbye AMD nVidia

(Fixed that for you)

good to know!  My low end AMD is about 1.1 KH/sec - glad I didn't switch to team green!  my 2 GB cards are 820 KH/sec...

Hey... profit is profit! barabeku, do you know the power output of the 750ti?

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June 03, 2014, 07:49:50 PM
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750 ti is a multi-purpose asic xD

It beats an r9 290 at most newer algorithms...yac was a bonus.
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June 03, 2014, 08:15:23 PM
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750 ti is a multi-purpose asic xD

It beats an r9 290 at most newer algorithms...yac was a bonus.

Both are better than the crappy asic companies out there.

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June 03, 2014, 08:33:11 PM
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fresh yacoin electrum distribution archives (tgz and zip) up in my dropbox, grab them while they're hot (and don't forget to post some feedback!)

note for windows users: you need to know how to run python scripts if you wanna try this Tongue
(also, looking for someone who can build an .exe for dem windows users)

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Last edit: June 03, 2014, 11:56:21 PM by sairon
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new snapshot with most electrum plugins fixed/modified to work with yac is up Cool

list of available plugins:
* yacoin exchange rates (so far just from cryptsy api and only to btc)
* label sync
* point of sale
* qr scans
* virtual keyboard

disabled plugins:
* aliases (bitcoin electrum ships with this disabled anyway)
* coinbase buyback (for obvious reason)

teaser screenshot from windoze (running raw python scripts, still haven't figured out the py2exe setup script)

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June 04, 2014, 03:44:51 AM
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Those are really useful features no one focuses on...they just assume bitcoind works 100%.
Thanks and props!
Hello Ivan,

Is your message (# 2171) referring to the previous message # 2170, which is mine?  If so, thank you.  If not, then it should be Grin 

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June 04, 2014, 04:10:55 AM
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Those are really useful features no one focuses on...they just assume bitcoind works 100%.
Thanks and props!
Hello Ivan,

Is your message (# 2171) referring to the previous message # 2170, which is mine?  If so, thank you.  If not, then it should be Grin 

Ron

Yessir! :p
You have some really cool ideas for the wallet.
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June 04, 2014, 04:43:50 AM
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Can you give me some data on how much hashrate (N=15) would you get with this cards?

280x=
750ti =
R7 240 4GB =

Thanks!
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June 04, 2014, 05:11:20 AM
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Can you give me some data on how much hashrate (N=15) would you get with this cards?

750ti = 1220 H/s
R7 240 4GB = 984 H/s
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June 04, 2014, 12:20:12 PM
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R7 240 4GB = 984 H/s


You're a little low, may want to work on settings - try a lower LG or increase frequencies.  You're leaving hashpower on the table...

R7 240 4GB = 1.18 KH/sec

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