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Author Topic: [ANN] Nybble 0.6.5.2 Nybble - New Wallet Win, Mac and Source, New Pools.  (Read 31692 times)
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January 08, 2014, 09:36:52 PM
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I'm talking about this other pool, where we had several people mining:

http://nbl.pnwminer.com/


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January 09, 2014, 02:05:07 AM
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http://www2.coinmine.pl/nbl/index.php

This pool was still running yesterday

Ok - great - that will do for me to keep nibble/nybble going.
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January 09, 2014, 02:28:25 AM
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http://www2.coinmine.pl/nbl/index.php

This pool was still running yesterday

Thanks suncoastbuddy, I registered on the pool and now am happily mining away.  NBL price is down at the moment and I hope it comes back up.
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January 09, 2014, 02:29:55 AM
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Well, it seems that now if we lost the pool, takes several days for maintenanc ... very bad for nibble.
I just have 1100KH and that's just very little to mining at the current difficulty

gizzig, now you can add your hashrate to the coinmine pool.
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January 09, 2014, 03:23:29 AM
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Well, it seems that now if we lost the pool, takes several days for maintenanc ... very bad for nibble.
I just have 1100KH and that's just very little to mining at the current difficulty

gizzig, now you can add your hashrate to the coinmine pool.

Hi, Yeah mining in coinmine pool as "pepito"

Supporting this great coin.
regards

PD.: Now us already have more than 13MH

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January 09, 2014, 05:30:44 PM
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Yay!  http://nbl.pnwminer.com is back up on new hardware. I will be building out a block explorer shortly also since one is badly needed.
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January 09, 2014, 06:44:30 PM
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Yay!  http://nbl.pnwminer.com is back up on new hardware. I will be building out a block explorer shortly also since one is badly needed.


Now the only thing that missing is that the fee lower

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January 09, 2014, 10:52:20 PM
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Yay!  http://nbl.pnwminer.com is back up on new hardware. I will be building out a block explorer shortly also since one is badly needed.

Thanks - I will be moving back to this pool later today.  Your block confirmations are lower at 60 than the other pool at 120.
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January 10, 2014, 12:37:11 AM
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Yay!  http://nbl.pnwminer.com is back up on new hardware. I will be building out a block explorer shortly also since one is badly needed.

Thanks - I will be moving back to this pool later today.  Your block confirmations are lower at 60 than the other pool at 120.


[Edit]  Back on pnwminer - I had a restart of one of PC's so it was a good time to go back!
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January 10, 2014, 05:24:16 AM
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Just to keep people happy, I have lowered the confirmations to 10 and the fees are at 2% on the Nybble pool, which is probably the lowest I will ever set them except for promotions. Smiley

Hope that works for you guys!
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January 10, 2014, 03:58:33 PM
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Just to keep people happy, I have lowered the confirmations to 10 and the fees are at 2% on the Nybble pool, which is probably the lowest I will ever set them except for promotions. Smiley

Hope that works for you guys!

Thanks

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January 11, 2014, 03:01:01 AM
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Spent a few hours tuning a smaller mining rig.  Basically 1x XFX Radeon 5850 Black Edition - was running at about 321Kh/s at standard clock rates.  It has had the heatsink and fan replaced with a Accelero Twin Turbo II from Arctic (due to previous stock fan failure) - and runs at about 61 degrees Celsius.

I had been playing around with overclocking my 7850 so wanted to do the same with the 5850.

Now I am getting a stable 369.4Kh/s - but obviously getting hotter at about 70 degrees Celsius.

If anyone is interested, the stock black edition clocks at 775 for gpu and 1125 for memory.

and my new settings are:

--shaders 1440 --thread-concurrency 5824 --gpu-engine 890 --gpu-memclock 1125 -I 18

It uses 297 Watts now - previously was I think 250 Watts.  I did try raising the memclock but it seemed to make little difference, i.e. gpu at 900 gave very little improvement in hashrate, which needed memclock to be increased - but this means the memory runs hotter, so for me it wasn't worth the extra gain.  I was trying to get it to go past 370Kh but keep temperature and power down.

I have a brand new Radeon 7870 so will now play with that.  Also trying to upgrade my Ubuntu from 13.04 to 13.10 - the 13.04 says the 7870 is unsupported.
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January 11, 2014, 03:50:50 AM
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Spent a few hours tuning a smaller mining rig.  Basically 1x XFX Radeon 5850 Black Edition - was running at about 321Kh/s at standard clock rates.  It has had the heatsink and fan replaced with a Accelero Twin Turbo II from Arctic (due to previous stock fan failure) - and runs at about 61 degrees Celsius.

I had been playing around with overclocking my 7850 so wanted to do the same with the 5850.

Now I am getting a stable 369.4Kh/s - but obviously getting hotter at about 70 degrees Celsius.

If anyone is interested, the stock black edition clocks at 775 for gpu and 1125 for memory.

and my new settings are:

--shaders 1440 --thread-concurrency 5824 --gpu-engine 890 --gpu-memclock 1125 -I 18

It uses 297 Watts now - previously was I think 250 Watts.  I did try raising the memclock but it seemed to make little difference, i.e. gpu at 900 gave very little improvement in hashrate, which needed memclock to be increased - but this means the memory runs hotter, so for me it wasn't worth the extra gain.  I was trying to get it to go past 370Kh but keep temperature and power down.

I have a brand new Radeon 7870 so will now play with that.  Also trying to upgrade my Ubuntu from 13.04 to 13.10 - the 13.04 says the 7870 is unsupported.

I knew I should not play around with too many things at once!  The Ubuntu 13.10 upgrade froze, and now the system doesn't boot.  The USB disk seems to be corrupted - the disk doesn't mount, and I can't access it even on a Linux notebook.  Luckily I wrote down the cgminer settings as I was working on it!  Now I will install Ubuntu 13.10 from scratch.
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January 11, 2014, 11:44:06 PM
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new developments?
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January 12, 2014, 12:12:06 AM
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new developments?

As in?  NBL is still mining, albeit a bit slow.  A big storm took out internet at the pnw pool for some hours.  Then I moved back to pnw but then just now I rebooted my main rig because one 7950 was getting hot.  It seems one of the fans isn't working, so have shutdown to take the card out - maybe put in a 7870 instead.

The current block is 39250 - change in difficulty in 1070 blocks, so getting closer.
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January 12, 2014, 12:23:11 AM
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new developments?

As in?  NBL is still mining, albeit a bit slow.  A big storm took out internet at the pnw pool for some hours.  Then I moved back to pnw but then just now I rebooted my main rig because one 7950 was getting hot.  It seems one of the fans isn't working, so have shutdown to take the card out - maybe put in a 7870 instead.

The current block is 39250 - change in difficulty in 1070 blocks, so getting closer.

Back running on 2x 7950's for the moment, getting about 583Kh per card.  Will now work on getting the 7870 hashing properly.
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January 13, 2014, 04:12:41 AM
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Returned my MSI 7950 - they gave me a 7970 as a replacement.  Tried this in a test machine, but it is getting very very hot.  First with little hashing rate, like 300Kh at intensity 12, it kept getting hotter and hotter until maximum fan speed was reached, and kept going up - got to 94 degrees celsius before I quite cgminer.  This took about 1 minute, so guess I have to take this one back too!  Luckily I didn't stop my main mining rig to try it out - this current NBL block 39254 is taking ages - tried mining it yesterday, but had to stop, then let it run all day today and it is still working on it.
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January 15, 2014, 04:33:58 AM
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Needs some more nodes, I've got one connection and 9000 blocks to download :-(
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January 15, 2014, 04:59:31 AM
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Needs some more nodes, I've got one connection and 9000 blocks to download :-(

I am connected to these two nodes, then you can try myself - usually the nibble client is running 24/7 unless the laptop gets rebooted.

addnode=77.251.56.232
addnode=54.200.132.23

Mine would be

addnode=124.189.53.150

-John
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January 15, 2014, 05:21:38 AM
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Needs some more nodes, I've got one connection and 9000 blocks to download :-(

I am connected to these two nodes, then you can try myself - usually the nibble client is running 24/7 unless the laptop gets rebooted.

addnode=77.251.56.232
addnode=54.200.132.23

Mine would be

addnode=124.189.53.150

-John

Cheers dude, Working a charm.
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