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Author Topic: What's your Mhash/s? (Pissing contest here)  (Read 131666 times)
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November 11, 2012, 01:32:35 PM
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Hello, I'm new and started with my gtx 570 @ about 143 Mhash/s but I'm thinking of going for a ati 7970.. Anyway can anybody tell me it the "Average hashrate in last 10 rounds" on the account page is supposed to = the 143 being reported by my client after the 10 rounds are up ?  Thanks.................
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November 11, 2012, 04:11:35 PM
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Managing a server for someone with 2 5770s and a 5750, totals around 500 MH/s. Sure its probably relatively a little low, but were able to get free electricity and internet, meaning continuing maintenance cost is $0, just time.
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November 11, 2012, 06:33:11 PM
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220 MHash/s using a slightly overclocked HD6850. Get's me ~2000 shares a night on Eligius.
60 MHash/s using a AMD A8 laptop.
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November 11, 2012, 08:03:23 PM
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50 MHash =( is this even worth?

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November 11, 2012, 11:46:34 PM
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I get about 380 MHash/s on my unlocked 6950 but it's not a dedicated miner so my desktop use is probably holding it back a bit Smiley
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November 12, 2012, 07:31:56 AM
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Laptop .4MHash/s
Desktop 300Mhash/s

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November 12, 2012, 07:20:21 PM
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Used to be 2+ GH/s on GPUs, but sold everything in the middle of summer... reason - too much heat, good price, upcoming ASICs. Now I only have one partly faulty 5850 which I managed to make work at very low settings but still 177MH/s 24/7 + one 6670 on my Desktop another 118Mh/s So total just less than 300 Wink

Probably will shut them down when price halves  Roll Eyes

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November 12, 2012, 10:57:57 PM
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PC 1: 300Mhash/s
PC 2: 450Mhash/s
PC 3: 400Mhash/s
PC 4: 650Mhash/s

Old pc still running: 140Mhash/s
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November 12, 2012, 11:59:23 PM
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in another couple weeks you'll need to change the subject to "What's your GHash/s?" or people will start to get confused.

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November 13, 2012, 12:02:10 AM
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Laptop: about 70 Mhash/s
Desktop: Haven't gotten it to work yet.
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November 13, 2012, 12:26:52 AM
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I'm on 100-104 Mhash/sec using my ATI 5870m in my Asus G73Jh. I'm just waiting to reach BTC0.10 to send to my wallet then I'm out of mining  Grin

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November 13, 2012, 05:49:53 AM
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OK, 5800MHash.
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November 13, 2012, 08:10:52 AM
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806MH/s BFL single
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November 13, 2012, 02:05:06 PM
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                      3.6 Mh/sec on NVIDIA Geforce 210.

                     planning to upgrade as no use with this hash rate.

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November 13, 2012, 02:07:05 PM
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1200mhash

3*6950
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November 13, 2012, 02:36:02 PM
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12.5Mh with radeon 6320 integrated. (apu e-450)
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November 13, 2012, 03:10:00 PM
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130 MH/s  Sad
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November 13, 2012, 03:28:02 PM
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Anyone that's hashing less than 50-100 MH/sec really needs to take a step back and look through their numbers.  There's a really good chance that you're spending more in power costs than you are making BTC'wise.  And don't come out with the "I have free power" crap, because unless you have solar or wind turbines, someone is paying for it and you're just wasting energy.

If you want to mine Bitcoins, then do some research and really mine bitcoins with the understanding that numbers that look good today could easily be in the tank if ASIC's come out in the next month or two.  Otherwise you're likely just wasting energy for basically nothing.

You also need to consider that even if it is 'profitable', is it really worth mining for $5-$10 a month in profit if you're destroying your CPU/GPU/Machine and will need to replace it when it ups and dies after 6 months of continuous use?  Will that $30-$60 you made in Bitcoins pay for the replacement of whatever died?
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November 13, 2012, 03:38:38 PM
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Anyone that's hashing less than 50-100 MH/sec really needs to take a step back and look through their numbers.  There's a really good chance that you're spending more in power costs than you are making BTC'wise.  And don't come out with the "I have free power" crap, because unless you have solar or wind turbines, someone is paying for it and you're just wasting energy.

If you want to mine Bitcoins, then do some research and really mine bitcoins with the understanding that numbers that look good today could easily be in the tank if ASIC's come out in the next month or two.  Otherwise you're likely just wasting energy for basically nothing.

Well, you are right, however I do not use my laptop for mining primarily - for most time its idle with bitcoin-qt and some other p2p software running so I figured that since it is wasting electricity anyway, I can turn at least some of it into bitcoins. I never expected my laptop to pay for itself (at least not by mining), but putting in some use spare computing power is probably worth it.
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November 13, 2012, 03:58:03 PM
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Anyone that's hashing less than 50-100 MH/sec really needs to take a step back and look through their numbers.  There's a really good chance that you're spending more in power costs than you are making BTC'wise.  And don't come out with the "I have free power" crap, because unless you have solar or wind turbines, someone is paying for it and you're just wasting energy.

If you want to mine Bitcoins, then do some research and really mine bitcoins with the understanding that numbers that look good today could easily be in the tank if ASIC's come out in the next month or two.  Otherwise you're likely just wasting energy for basically nothing.

Well, you are right, however I do not use my laptop for mining primarily - for most time its idle with bitcoin-qt and some other p2p software running so I figured that since it is wasting electricity anyway, I can turn at least some of it into bitcoins. I never expected my laptop to pay for itself (at least not by mining), but putting in some use spare computing power is probably worth it.

Ah, but there's a difference.  If you're laptop is sitting there idle, it'll probably go into standby or even sleep mode and only use a few watts.  You mine with it and you're probably using 60-100 watts.  So you might actually make a few bucks, but there's a good chance you'll kill your laptop a lot faster than if it had just been idling/sleeping.
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