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June 28, 2011, 01:04:15 AM
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Hi guys,

Would just like a little advice, I am relatively new to bitcoin, I have been hearing about it for awhile but have decided to jump in.


I currently have two servers that total 32 CPUS* 2.4GHx Xeon E7340.  Would you suggest solo minning or pool minning ? Which would prove to be the more efficient interms of obtaining bitcoins ?

Looking forward to your comments
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June 28, 2011, 01:10:30 AM
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I got 54 Mh/s on my Dual Xeon E7350 system (16 threads).  I'd expect you'd get slightly less that 2x that see as you're running 2.4GHz instead of 2.93GHz.

I'd highly recommend a pool as the difficulty increases will make it extremely hard for the big payout.  Better to settle for smaller timely payouts.

For maximum bitcoins/hases, I'd suggest a free 0% pool like BTC Guild.
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Thanks for the reply,

What miner CPU software in your experience gives u the most hashes/second ?
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