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September 15, 2017, 08:07:54 AM
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Hi.

Wondering if someone can help.

For some reason my Current Effective Hash rate is really inconsistant.  The miner is stable (Being monitored) and is getting the same hash rate all the time on the console.

Yet when i look at ethermine.org its totally all over the place.  See image below



I thought this was normal due to luck etc, but when i look at my friends, his is far more consistant than mine?  His image is below:



Can anyone tell me why this maybe?

Any help appreciated.
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September 15, 2017, 06:56:00 PM
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Hi.

Wondering if someone can help.

For some reason my Current Effective Hash rate is really inconsistant.  The miner is stable (Being monitored) and is getting the same hash rate all the time on the console.

Yet when i look at ethermine.org its totally all over the place.  See image below



I thought this was normal due to luck etc, but when i look at my friends, his is far more consistant than mine?  His image is below:



Can anyone tell me why this maybe?

Any help appreciated.

What you see on the website is an estimate of your hashrate over some period of time based on the number of shares received on the pool's end during that period of time. If you were lucky and your rig contributed an especially high amount during that period, then your reported hashrate is higher. If you were unlucky, it's lower.
The output on the console is (assuming your mining software is accurate) your hashrate.

Can you send a screenshot showing the scale on the charts?

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