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August 28, 2013, 02:18:38 PM
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thanks
but my question is : L5639 costs about 90$ ,dual 1366 socket motherboard is about 120$
is it worth for mining XPM ??
i think that i only purchase L5639 for mining purpose  Grin
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August 28, 2013, 02:29:22 PM
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has anyone tried Xeon L5639 yet  Huh
is it worth to buy at ~ 90$ ?

Is it a 1366 xeon? Then yeah, it's quite decent.
yes,it is
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with 10 L5639s (df and oced to 3.6Ghz),how much income from mining XMP  Huh

The difficulty will increase to 10.0 soon. Not easy to make a return on current price.
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August 28, 2013, 02:32:39 PM
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has anyone tried Xeon L5639 yet  Huh
is it worth to buy at ~ 90$ ?

Is it a 1366 xeon? Then yeah, it's quite decent.
yes,it is
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with 10 L5639s (df and oced to 3.6Ghz),how much income from mining XMP  Huh

Quite a bit, I wouldn't dare to speculate on a quantitative figure. At least a few blocks a day on average. Question is, can you make a return on it, since it looks like (based on the the OS, W7?)these CPUs would be running in 'desktop servers' that you probably purchased.
yes,L5639 works fine on 1366 desktop motherboard,you can overclock it easily
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August 28, 2013, 08:23:15 PM
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thanks
but my question is : L5639 costs about 90$ ,dual 1366 socket motherboard is about 120$
is it worth for mining XPM ??
i think that i only purchase L5639 for mining purpose  Grin

I don't know of any dual socket motherboards besides the SR-2 that have overclocking features. They're all server boards.

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August 28, 2013, 08:41:07 PM
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got my first block on hp10 with stock settings after 3 days, mining on a core i3 with -1 idle priority (usually, when I leave the computer, I find a block). but i'm keeping my PC turned on 24/7, not doing really well.

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August 28, 2013, 09:52:27 PM
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got my first block on hp10 with stock settings after 3 days, mining on a core i3 with -1 idle priority (usually, when I leave the computer, I find a block). but i'm keeping my PC turned on 24/7, not doing really well.
Then consider yourself lucky. I spent three days without a block on an i7 3770k.
I have given up for the moment.
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August 29, 2013, 12:19:49 AM
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got my first block on hp10 with stock settings after 3 days, mining on a core i3 with -1 idle priority (usually, when I leave the computer, I find a block). but i'm keeping my PC turned on 24/7, not doing really well.
Then consider yourself lucky. I spent three days without a block on an i7 3770k.
I have given up for the moment.

I have gotten improved performance since the hp10 update on my desktop. I got two blocks on the 26th and one tonight on my 3930k. Before that I was just getting a block every four or five days. At the same time, it could still be a lucky streak since I have had mixed luck mining on it previously.

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August 29, 2013, 12:25:14 AM
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got my first block on hp10 with stock settings after 3 days, mining on a core i3 with -1 idle priority (usually, when I leave the computer, I find a block). but i'm keeping my PC turned on 24/7, not doing really well.
Then consider yourself lucky. I spent three days without a block on an i7 3770k.
I have given up for the moment.

I have gotten improved performance since the hp10 update on my desktop. I got two blocks on the 26th and one tonight on my 3930k. Before that I was just getting a block every four or five days. At the same time, it could still be a lucky streak since I have had mixed luck mining on it previously.

That's a great sample size and statistical analysis you've provided there. It could've easily been due to variance (luck) alone. I wouldn't read too far into it.

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August 29, 2013, 01:38:15 AM
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its all about luck my celeron found 2 block in 2 days, i5 none Tongue

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August 29, 2013, 01:41:58 AM
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Sounds like sieving has some kind of diminishing returns. However, does the returns for the primecoin mining overall scales more or less linearly with computing power (e.g., same architecture, higher clock speed)?

Anyone wants to take this question? Any ideas?

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August 29, 2013, 02:20:03 AM
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Anyone wants to take this question? Any ideas?
Without any way of benchmarking I am not sure how one would answer this.  All we have is chains per day (cpd). Those appear to scale linearly with cores (up to 12 at least) on the same architecture and would increase with frequency but no idea how much (i.e. is 3.2 to 4.5 10% faster or 40% faster) .

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August 29, 2013, 03:05:36 AM
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I am using ypool's jhprimeminer (new but now the newest version) to benchmark because it tells you not only 5-chains/h but also 6, 7, 8, 9 chains/h rates. It seems that 5-chains/h scales linearly with CPU speed (core numbers) but longer chains benefit from faster machines more.
It would be helpful if hp11 has statistics of higher chain rates (up to 10, I hope) in the log file.

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August 29, 2013, 06:43:55 AM
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I'm also selling 100$ aws amazon web services credit-code

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August 29, 2013, 06:45:49 AM
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which are the best pool to min XPM now guys?
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August 29, 2013, 06:52:29 AM
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ypool is by far the best, since it is the only one
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August 29, 2013, 08:39:24 AM
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ypool is by far the best, since it is the only one
Well ... if you have a fast CPU ypool is actually not the best ...
My 8 core Opteron finds a block every two to three days (~20->30 XPM), where as on ypool I only got 4 to 5 XPM in the same period.
Started solo and getting way more XPM's  Grin
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August 29, 2013, 09:21:10 AM
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edit: I take my offer back...

Am interesting in binary for centos 5.6 however.
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August 29, 2013, 10:45:48 AM
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its all about luck my celeron found 2 block in 2 days, i5 none Tongue
I highly agree.  Since switching to -hp10 I've found 9 blocks between 5 computers... both Core2Quads and both i5's have found at least 1... my i7 has struck out.

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August 29, 2013, 11:45:46 AM
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ypool is by far the best, since it is the only one
Well ... if you have a fast CPU ypool is actually not the best ...
My 8 core Opteron finds a block every two to three days (~20->30 XPM), where as on ypool I only got 4 to 5 XPM in the same period.
Started solo and getting way more XPM's  Grin

I fully agree, that mining solo is better if you can stand the variance. Bu he asked for the best pool, not for the best way of mining.
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August 29, 2013, 11:53:27 AM
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ypool is by far the best, since it is the only one
Well ... if you have a fast CPU ypool is actually not the best ...
My 8 core Opteron finds a block every two to three days (~20->30 XPM), where as on ypool I only got 4 to 5 XPM in the same period.
Started solo and getting way more XPM's  Grin
I fully agree, that mining solo is better if you can stand the variance. Bu he asked for the best pool, not for the best way of mining.
true ...  Smiley
so go for ypool please ... better chance for me in finding blocks!
Thank you!  Wink
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