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Author Topic: What's your Mhash/s? (Pissing contest here)  (Read 131655 times)
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May 05, 2013, 05:59:12 PM
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HD6870 at 300mhs

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May 05, 2013, 06:01:27 PM
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One more thing guys.

I just ordered 2 5GH butterfly labs rigs for $308 a piece.  Are these a scam or why aren't more people here using them?  Is anyone here using those things and are they for real?  If so, at the current difficulty level how many bitcoins can one find in a week?  What about mining litecoin, devcoin, etc?  

On the BFL site they on,y mention bitcoin and I just see bitcoins as an almost done deal and I'd rather focus in the next big thing which I think will be litecoin, namecoin and devcoin.  

Thanks in advance once again guys!

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May 05, 2013, 06:03:35 PM
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HD6870 at 300mhs

Can you please share how many bitcoins you get per day or per week letting your rig run 24/7?

And you have one or dual 6870's?  Man, I had 2 7850's and took them back cause I was only getting 500 kilo hash on litecoin.  This sucks!

But hey, they forced me to keep windows 7 pro.  I got that out of the deal even though I don't need it.  Lol

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May 05, 2013, 06:05:04 PM
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1 Ghps here

Now are you getting 1 giga?  That's huge?  How many bitcoins are you finding if running it 24/7?  Thanks in advance.

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May 05, 2013, 06:06:17 PM
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getting about 2200mh/s

soon to be 3500mh/s Smiley
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May 05, 2013, 06:08:06 PM
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One more thing guys.

I just ordered 2 5GH butterfly labs rigs for $308 a piece.  Are these a scam or why aren't more people here using them?  Is anyone here using those things and are they for real?  If so, at the current difficulty level how many bitcoins can one find in a week?  What about mining litecoin, devcoin, etc?  

On the BFL site they on,y mention bitcoin and I just see bitcoins as an almost done deal and I'd rather focus in the next big thing which I think will be litecoin, namecoin and devcoin.  

Thanks in advance once again guys!


the BFL miners can only mine BTC, they have only just started shipping them... no one know what numbers they are shipping at atm.

just google bitcoin profit calculator and put the hash rate etc and it ill work it out for you
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May 05, 2013, 06:15:16 PM
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Lol, I just checked the bitcoin calculator.  Ahahaahaaaa.

With a 1,000 mega hash rig it would take 8 years just to break even on a $2,000 computer.  At 1,000 mega hash I would mine .0499 coins per 24 hours.

What's the point?  Most people here are well under 1,000 mega hash so then you're not even finding 5 cents of 1 bitcoin.  Oh man, this is depressing.  Even with 2 BFL mining rigs (at 5GH each) it's hardly worth it.

Is it too late or is there a way to find other coins that will also go up in price later on?  TIA

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May 05, 2013, 06:23:30 PM
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Lol, I just checked the bitcoin calculator.  Ahahaahaaaa.

With a 1,000 mega hash rig it would take 8 years just to break even on a $2,000 computer.  At 1,000 mega hash I would mine .0499 coins per 24 hours.

What's the point?  Most people here are well under 1,000 mega hash so then you're not even finding 5 cents of 1 bitcoin.  Oh man, this is depressing.  Even with 2 BFL mining rigs (at 5GH each) it's hardly worth it.

Is it too late or is there a way to find other coins that will also go up in price later on?  TIA

The 5GH/s machine would pay for its self fairly quickly.
My GPU is generating 305MH/s and makes 0.05BTC every 5 days. The BFL 5GH/s machine is roughly 16.5 times as quick, so (at current difficulty) should make 0.825BTC every 5 days.

This means with one BTC being $115 today, and the machine being $275 - each one would pay for its self within 15 days - everything else on top of that is pure profit (minus electricity usage - but these things can be connected to a Raspberry Pi, if you are concerned about power)

This is why I have one on order too. (When mine arrives, and I know they are real, I will be ordering a 50GH/s model immediately.

The only issue is, that if you *just* ordered it - you won't get it until July at the earliest, and the difficulty will have increased by then, but you should still see a great benefit over your GPU rates.

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May 05, 2013, 06:24:55 PM
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50 mh/s

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May 05, 2013, 06:48:25 PM
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50Mhash/s on HP Laptop. GPU/CPU
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May 05, 2013, 06:48:52 PM
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i run 4 5830's in pooled mining and get about 1GHash/s.
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May 05, 2013, 07:19:07 PM
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May 05, 2013, 08:19:23 PM
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Lol, I just checked the bitcoin calculator.  Ahahaahaaaa.

With a 1,000 mega hash rig it would take 8 years just to break even on a $2,000 computer.  At 1,000 mega hash I would mine .0499 coins per 24 hours.

What's the point?  Most people here are well under 1,000 mega hash so then you're not even finding 5 cents of 1 bitcoin.  Oh man, this is depressing.  Even with 2 BFL mining rigs (at 5GH each) it's hardly worth it.

Is it too late or is there a way to find other coins that will also go up in price later on?  TIA

research more before sinking any more money into mining.
even LTC so much harder to earn money vs 2 months ago with everyone mining it now. When i started i was supposed to get about 5 coins per day but today i only get about 2 or so (LTC)
not even bothering with BTC until there's easier access to ASIC
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May 08, 2013, 01:07:26 PM
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10,892 mh/s
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May 08, 2013, 01:26:43 PM
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10+Gh/s 18x 7950 Radeons Stock.

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May 08, 2013, 02:25:47 PM
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I don't mine because i really don't believe that any Hasrate is enough to gain profit.
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May 08, 2013, 02:42:43 PM
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only 70Mhash/s here. HD 4850 on Windows 7
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May 08, 2013, 02:43:02 PM
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50Mhash/s on HP Laptop. GPU/CPU
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May 09, 2013, 11:13:13 AM
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so I got an older dell server with 2 quad core 2.5 ghz L5420 and I tried to use cpu miner but it's pretty much worthless.  I then tried to mine litecoin since that's CPU friendly (supposedly) but Im only getting 40 kilo hash on litecoin.

can this be right?  I disabled the step technology in bios so the cpu doesn't slow down and it didn't do anything.  I'm running windows 7 pro.  any ideas, is it possible only 1 cpu is working?  I just can't believe 40 kilo hash is all i'd get from dual xeons, even if they are a bit older.  the ram is 16 ECC  gig, and 15K scsi drives which of course make no difference.  I guess I can install a GPU but then energy cost is gonna go through the roof.

Any ideas would be appreciated.  I read that a 4 way mining program works great for cpu mining but I couldn't find any 64 bit windows 7 ones that would work on my server.  the server came totally wiped  clean so I spent all night just loading some necessary software so perhaps I'm still missing something.  I did install Open CL from the intel site and other important drivers.

On a side note, because I can't yet post on the devcoin thread, how do I get a devcoin wallet?  I installed the software but what pops up is a window that says bitcoin address.  this can't be right, correct?  It's confusing cause I have a bitcoin wallet and litecoin as well on the same laptop.  thanks in advance.

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May 09, 2013, 11:17:03 AM
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I don't mine because i really don't believe that any Hasrate is enough to gain profit.

You know, I've been at this about 30 days now and I've spent some money and i'm starting to feel the same thing.  I can't even effectively mine the cheaper coins like namecoin or litecoin.  It's getting ridiculous, but I'm still trying to make something work.

I even ordered 2 5GH units from Butterfly labs and now I just read a wired article which says it's  total scam and that they don't work as advertised.  What do I do, they already took my money out of my paypal account and their website says no refunds.  What BS.  can anybody confirm if BFL is really just a scam.  I wish you could use their units for mining other coins, that would be worth it since mining bitcoin is pretty much a lost cause right now unless you have a killer rig and free energy.

thanks in advance.

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