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Author Topic: [1050 TH] BitMinter.com [1% PPLNS,Pays TxFees +MergedMining,Stratum,GBT,vardiff]  (Read 775696 times)
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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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October 17, 2012, 12:39:44 PM
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Are higher difficulty shares being considered on this pool?

Yes, that's the next upgrade I'm working on right now.

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October 17, 2012, 12:43:45 PM
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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

At current difficulty, you'll make a bitcoin a week, give or take. Once ASICs hit the field, you will be making satoshis a week.
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October 17, 2012, 04:04:56 PM
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DigiGami sure has a lot of hashing power! He's got about the same as the next two guys below him put together!

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October 17, 2012, 04:10:01 PM
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It's a leased run from Hashpower.com Cheesy

I sure wish I had 300GH in my own hardware.. but alas, only 4.5GH of that is actually my own gear
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October 17, 2012, 04:29:46 PM
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It's a leased run from Hashpower.com Cheesy

I sure wish I had 300GH in my own hardware.. but alas, only 4.5GH of that is actually my own gear

I did the same thing the other day but no one noticed. It was nice to see my name at the top of the list for once (or even on the top 50 for once lol) Ive only got 4Gh/s on my own   Undecided

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October 17, 2012, 04:40:37 PM
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Uhmm, what's up with shift #9888:

No.   Completed                    Duration   Pool Ghps   Difficulty   Your score   Total score   Your proofs   Total proofs
9888   2012-10-17 06:36   12h 00m   1,534.524   3,072,321   0.00469612   5.03679107   14,394   15,441,821
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October 17, 2012, 04:54:40 PM
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Uhmm, what's up with shift #9888:

No.   Completed                    Duration   Pool Ghps   Difficulty   Your score   Total score   Your proofs   Total proofs
9888   2012-10-17 06:36   12h 00m   1,534.524   3,072,321   0.00469612   5.03679107   14,394   15,441,821

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.

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October 17, 2012, 07:21:37 PM
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Weird, cgminer is still saying that rollntime is disabled even though my efficiency is at 577%.


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October 17, 2012, 09:14:42 PM
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It's a leased run from Hashpower.com Cheesy

I sure wish I had 300GH in my own hardware.. but alas, only 4.5GH of that is actually my own gear
I haven't heard of hashpower.com.  I heard some bad things about GPUMAX a while back.  Has HashPower become the best alternative?
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October 17, 2012, 09:31:01 PM
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The only alternative that I am aware of..
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October 17, 2012, 10:49:13 PM
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Weird, cgminer is still saying that rollntime is disabled even though my efficiency is at 577%.

http://i.imgur.com/EyMUZ.png
That shows the info regarding the last getwork received

So either there's a bug/thread run condition in my 'set flag for report' code or the pool's not always saying that for every getwork

If in the VERY unlikely event it is a thread run issue - then it should be extreeeeeeeeeemly rare and a refresh should certainly show it correctly
However stats reporting is certainly not a reason to lock access in critical sections of the code to resolve such rare problems.
The docs about 'stats' when I added it, say something to that effect Smiley

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October 18, 2012, 05:16:27 AM
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@DrHaribo I have  an idea for the status window on site. Is their a chance to implement current round how many blocks required to build etc and shares etc mined and how many are remaining to be done for that round and maybe some more real time status to show your percentages within the pool at what input you are giving towards to total pool like efforts and added to pool in current round etc

and some status like next round starting in and then counts down going of the rate of work been done currently by all members in pool ?

It already shows how many shares are mined. That's the "accepted" and "rejected" numbers. If you are logged in there will also be accepted and rejected numbers showing how much you did in the current round. Your efforts and total pool efforts would be the hashrate?

We can't show how much remains of the current round in work or time. Every proof of work is like a lottery ticket. We don't know how many more tickets we need before we find a winning one. It could take 1 second or 100 years to finish the round. So the CDF value will never reach 100%. In the livestats it will stop at 99.99% but in reality of course it will get more and more nines.

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October 19, 2012, 01:33:59 PM
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Looks like someone has leased a very large amount of shares from HashPower! Not complaining though as it increases our odds of more blocks Cheesy
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October 19, 2012, 01:49:30 PM
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Looks like someone has leased a very large amount of shares from HashPower! Not complaining though as it increases our odds of more blocks Cheesy
No, it just reduces variance.

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October 19, 2012, 02:05:27 PM
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Looks like someone has leased a very large amount of shares from HashPower! Not complaining though as it increases our odds of more blocks Cheesy
No, it just reduces variance.
Seems to me you are both correct.

Yes, less variance.
Yes, better odds for more blocks per time.
Yes, less payout per share / work unit performed.

However, incrementally closer to PPS payouts but with transaction fees included in the payouts.

I see it as a net gain. (So long as the rejection rate stays low with the higher traffic.)
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October 19, 2012, 02:13:22 PM
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Looks like someone has leased a very large amount of shares from HashPower! Not complaining though as it increases our odds of more blocks Cheesy
No, it just reduces variance.
Seems to me you are both correct.

Yes, less variance.
Yes, better odds for more blocks per time.
Yes, less payout per share / work unit performed.

However, incrementally closer to PPS payouts but with transaction fees included in the payouts.

I see it as a net gain. (So long as the rejection rate stays low with the higher traffic.)


kano is more right.

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