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October 15, 2012, 08:08:03 PM
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Been a good day thus far!
20 blocks now. Today a new day rekord.

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October 15, 2012, 08:44:40 PM
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Makes up for some of the bad days we've had Smiley 20 blocks in a day is pretty darn nice!
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October 16, 2012, 05:22:09 AM
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Hmm - i can't wait to get home today and see in person one of my machines I'm just screwing around with reach 580MH/s with stock 5770 and 6790 installed...didn't think they would go that high (I thought the most from a 5770 was about 240MH/s and from a 6790 about 220MH/s) as per this chart: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

And I'm glad that big block finally ended!

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October 16, 2012, 11:30:59 AM
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Lookin good!
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October 16, 2012, 01:20:49 PM
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I guess its only deserving that a 20 block day is followed by a day of long blocks!
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October 16, 2012, 06:25:58 PM
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I guess its only deserving that a 20 block day is followed by a day of long blocks!
The day is improving, however!  Smiley
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October 16, 2012, 08:56:35 PM
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Hmm - i can't wait to get home today and see in person one of my machines I'm just screwing around with reach 580MH/s with stock 5770 and 6790 installed...didn't think they would go that high (I thought the most from a 5770 was about 240MH/s and from a 6790 about 220MH/s) as per this chart: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

And I'm glad that big block finally ended!
You really have to oc/ov a 5770 to get that high. I keep mine at 960mhz, stock voltage, and get 215-220mh. I don't want to mess with the issues overvolting can bring, but as always, to each his own.

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October 16, 2012, 09:17:49 PM
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Hmm - i can't wait to get home today and see in person one of my machines I'm just screwing around with reach 580MH/s with stock 5770 and 6790 installed...didn't think they would go that high (I thought the most from a 5770 was about 240MH/s and from a 6790 about 220MH/s) as per this chart: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

And I'm glad that big block finally ended!
You really have to oc/ov a 5770 to get that high. I keep mine at 960mhz, stock voltage, and get 215-220mh. I don't want to mess with the issues overvolting can bring, but as always, to each his own.
Just my opinion, but the issues overvolting can cause are not worth it.  If you're only air cooling, expect the life of your video card to be drastically reduced.  If you're water cooling, everything may be fine, but it's still a coin toss in my experience.  Maybe I just suck at installing water blocks properly, though...
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October 17, 2012, 02:34:56 AM
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Oh wow, 1080MHz @ 1.25V. I wonder what kind of cooling they used?
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October 17, 2012, 03:05:37 AM
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Hmm - i can't wait to get home today and see in person one of my machines I'm just screwing around with reach 580MH/s with stock 5770 and 6790 installed...didn't think they would go that high (I thought the most from a 5770 was about 240MH/s and from a 6790 about 220MH/s) as per this chart: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

And I'm glad that big block finally ended!
You really have to oc/ov a 5770 to get that high. I keep mine at 960mhz, stock voltage, and get 215-220mh. I don't want to mess with the issues overvolting can bring, but as always, to each his own.

I havn't fiddled with anything on the cards (I used to) - it's just a secondary system I use for various other uses but task to mining occasionally. Hit 600 today :/

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October 17, 2012, 04:35:21 AM
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Hmm - i can't wait to get home today and see in person one of my machines I'm just screwing around with reach 580MH/s with stock 5770 and 6790 installed...didn't think they would go that high (I thought the most from a 5770 was about 240MH/s and from a 6790 about 220MH/s) as per this chart: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

And I'm glad that big block finally ended!
You really have to oc/ov a 5770 to get that high. I keep mine at 960mhz, stock voltage, and get 215-220mh. I don't want to mess with the issues overvolting can bring, but as always, to each his own.

I havn't fiddled with anything on the cards (I used to) - it's just a secondary system I use for various other uses but task to mining occasionally. Hit 600 today :/

You hit 600MH/s out of a 6790 and a 5770? They each have 800 shaders, you'd need to clock them around 1.3GHz to reach those speeds.
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October 17, 2012, 05:24:39 AM
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I am getting around 375.2Mhash/s On my ATI 5870 would it be worth me mining here as am new in town and I can probs get maybe 500 to 600 out of my card over clocking it

No, you won't get rich mining, but feel free to get your toes wet. Bitminter is a nice pool.
No you will not get that much out of O/C. You'll probably get about 450 if you do it right (and by that I mean safely).
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October 17, 2012, 05:28:09 AM
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Hmm - i can't wait to get home today and see in person one of my machines I'm just screwing around with reach 580MH/s with stock 5770 and 6790 installed...didn't think they would go that high (I thought the most from a 5770 was about 240MH/s and from a 6790 about 220MH/s) as per this chart: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

And I'm glad that big block finally ended!
You really have to oc/ov a 5770 to get that high. I keep mine at 960mhz, stock voltage, and get 215-220mh. I don't want to mess with the issues overvolting can bring, but as always, to each his own.

I havn't fiddled with anything on the cards (I used to) - it's just a secondary system I use for various other uses but task to mining occasionally. Hit 600 today :/

You hit 600MH/s out of a 6790 and a 5770? They each have 800 shaders, you'd need to clock them around 1.3GHz to reach those speeds.

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I don't even have sapphire trixxx installed on it yet to screw about...

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October 17, 2012, 06:15:41 AM
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Ah ... you do realise that the pool estimate of your hash rate ... is a not very accurate estimate ... right?

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October 17, 2012, 06:38:15 AM
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Ah ... you do realise that the pool estimate of your hash rate ... is a not very accurate estimate ... right?

That was my line of thought

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October 17, 2012, 06:46:56 AM
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There was a problem with shift updates last night. A rather large shift is now making its way down the list. All work is registered and will be paid when we find blocks. This will have the effect that the N in PPLNS is much higher until this huge shift is out of the last 10 list. So if you have work in this shift it will take longer than usual before it is fully paid.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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October 17, 2012, 09:16:11 AM
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Are higher difficulty shares being considered on this pool?
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October 17, 2012, 09:32:47 AM
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I am getting around 375.2Mhash/s On my ATI 5870 would it be worth me mining here as am new in town and I can probs get maybe 500 to 600 out of my card over clocking it

No, you won't get rich mining, but feel free to get your toes wet. Bitminter is a nice pool.
No you will not get that much out of O/C. You'll probably get about 450 if you do it right (and by that I mean safely).

Well at least its a start i know i wont get rich mining unless i got a big rig but guess i can start somewhere and maybe put the coins that i do earn in time towards a new right desined for mining

If you're paying for your own electricity you might be better off buying an ASIC or even just buying bitcoin.

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October 17, 2012, 12:07:45 PM
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Don't forget when you're overclocking/volting, you're generally squeezing out a few MH at the cost of much more electricity.  In most cases, -any- overclocking will reduce the MH/watt efficiency of your card.  Depending on your electric costs, you may be pushing yourself into a point where you're actually losing money over your utility bill. 

Additionally, if you're still requiring A/C to cool your house+farm, you're going to be pushing your A/C harder and harder with every overclock, which is a power consumption issue that a lot of miners completely ignore.

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October 17, 2012, 12:38:08 PM
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Rising clocks usually only causes a linear increase in power consumption. Rising voltages is a bad idea, because that will decrease efficiency for sure. Higher clocks + lower voltage is the best combination Wink

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