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April 07, 2013, 12:05:33 AM
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Litecoins on BitMinter would be nice.

There seems to be somebody "big" joining the party at about 700GH/s on top of the ranking list. Is that like 11 Avalons or what could it be?
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April 07, 2013, 09:34:29 AM
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Litecoins on BitMinter would be nice.

There seems to be somebody "big" joining the party at about 700GH/s on top of the ranking list. Is that like 11 Avalons or what could it be?
BFL nuclear chips mining at bitminter Grin
Avalon or ASIC miner simple as that

10 Avalons clocked at 300 Smiley

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April 07, 2013, 11:13:50 AM
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Will keep a lookout for bitminter when they decide to implement litecoin support.
As of now all my equipment has gone over to solomining litecoins. but what a hassle compared to bitminter!=)

Bitminter will be my goto pool for litecoins!

One other question, it is to my understanding that it is not possible to use fpga/asics for mining litecoins due to bitcoins is sha256 and litecoin is something else.
Can this issue be overcommed? (hope not since all my rigs are gpu...) did a count earlier and found out i have 15 cards running.

Half the reason everyone is switching to LTC is because ASICs (not sure about FPGA) cannot do scrypt things very well, if at all.

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April 07, 2013, 12:09:10 PM
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Will keep a lookout for bitminter when they decide to implement litecoin support.
As of now all my equipment has gone over to solomining litecoins. but what a hassle compared to bitminter!=)

Bitminter will be my goto pool for litecoins!

One other question, it is to my understanding that it is not possible to use fpga/asics for mining litecoins due to bitcoins is sha256 and litecoin is something else.
Can this issue be overcommed? (hope not since all my rigs are gpu...) did a count earlier and found out i have 15 cards running.

Half the reason everyone is switching to LTC is because ASICs (not sure about FPGA) cannot do scrypt things very well, if at all.

The other half is that LTC trust increases as long as more people are switching and LTC community becomes stronger and stronger each day = TRUST. BTC community is loosing miners which can affect us badly in long term period


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April 07, 2013, 12:11:24 PM
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I'm getting a new PC next week which as 2 x 7950's.
I take it I'll have to buy a dummy plug for one of them?

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April 07, 2013, 01:19:26 PM
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I'm getting a new PC next week which as 2 x 7950's.
I take it I'll have to buy a dummy plug for one of them?

no plugs needed any more for over a year now. I have most my cards running nothing to connected to them at all Wink Some long time ago dummy plugs where needed, not any more Smiley

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April 07, 2013, 01:33:23 PM
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I'm getting a new PC next week which as 2 x 7950's.
I take it I'll have to buy a dummy plug for one of them?

no plugs needed any more for over a year now. I have most my cards running nothing to connected to them at all Wink Some long time ago dummy plugs where needed, not any more Smiley

I just realized that as well. Sad

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April 07, 2013, 02:52:38 PM
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Thanks Grin

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April 07, 2013, 11:00:21 PM
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I would love to use this pool but the amount of login problems I get is unreal can it not just be a simple register?
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April 07, 2013, 11:28:46 PM
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Hello

Thanks for the wonderfull job with the site and the miner. Grin

PLEASE add LTC support as soon as possible  Roll Eyes

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April 08, 2013, 05:57:02 AM
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I would love to use this pool but the amount of login problems I get is unreal can it not just be a simple register?

Getting timeouts? Which OpenID provider are you using?

Thanks for the wonderfull job with the site and the miner. Grin

PLEASE add LTC support as soon as possible  Roll Eyes

Nice to hear you like BitMinter. Smiley

LTC support is much requested lately. I'll take a look at LTC after I finish some important BTC features. I'm currently working on support for BFL ASICs in the miner.

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April 08, 2013, 07:33:10 AM
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Who is the "testtest" user clocking near 900GH/s?

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April 08, 2013, 01:00:13 PM
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Who is the "testtest" user clocking near 900GH/s?

My guess is it is BFL.  MY next guess is that it is their big rig that they were pre selling at 30k USD.  it was supposed to do 1.5Th not .9Th.

  In the next 2 months network hash rate will explode it will go over 200Th. this is why a lot of us have an interest in litecoin. I am waiting for my asic's my guess is my 59Gh (2x jalapeno's plus 2x little singles)  will come in august or sept.  I am all gpu and by august unless  bit coins  go up to 400usd my gpus will need to switch to litecoin. I have to say that todays price of more then 175usd  is amazing. I can mine with 150Th and a difficulty of 16,000,000 and my gpus will still make money.

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April 08, 2013, 01:41:51 PM
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Who is the "testtest" user clocking near 900GH/s?
My guess is it is BFL.  MY next guess is that it is their big rig that they were pre selling at 30k USD.  it was supposed to do 1.5Th not .9Th.
I would have thought BFL would mine at Eclipse (Inaba) or Eligius (Luke).

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April 08, 2013, 02:25:23 PM
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Who is the "testtest" user clocking near 900GH/s?
My guess is it is BFL.  MY next guess is that it is their big rig that they were pre selling at 30k USD.  it was supposed to do 1.5Th not .9Th.
I would have thought BFL would mine at Eclipse (Inaba) or Eligius (Luke).


They would have to rotate the big rig around to be sure every larger pool can handle it.  I do not know if it is them. I do not know if they have a working big rig or 2 or 3.  Just guesswork, but I have to feel that 10 to 25 rigs were sold before they stopped selling the big rig.  So even if they give each buyer a watered down version in the 700- 900Gh range at half price or give them 2 to get the correct hash of 1.5Th they need to know the rigs will hash.   You gotta think that at least one or two people that have them on order want to mine with bitminter.
 
  All guesswork on my part.

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April 08, 2013, 08:23:56 PM
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Hello

I changed my video card from a Nvidia to an AMD (7970) on XP SP3 and now BITMINTER doesn't reconize my card, no OPEN CL. Angry

AM I to understand after some recherch, that AMD doesn't support OPEN CL on XP anymore ?  Huh

Any way to make it work ?     I don't whant to pass to SEVEN on that computer.

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April 08, 2013, 11:00:59 PM
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Hello

I changed my video card from a Nvidia to an AMD (7970) on XP SP3 and now BITMINTER doesn't reconize my card, no OPEN CL. Angry

AM I to understand after some recherch, that AMD doesn't support OPEN CL on XP anymore ?  Huh

Any way to make it work ?     I don't whant to pass to SEVEN on that computer.

Just a guess, but did you:
1. Uninstall the old Nvidia drivers?
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2. Install the AMD drivers?
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April 08, 2013, 11:14:41 PM
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YES I did uninstall the nvidia driver and install the AMD driver for Xp 32 bits

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April 09, 2013, 12:21:58 AM
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YES I did uninstall the nvidia driver and install the AMD driver for Xp 32 bits
Power down correctly each time I wrote power down.

yeah below is slow and tedious but may work.

1) power down  wait 60 seconds

2)make sure only the amd card is in machine .

3)boot uninstall again nvidia first if it say nothing detected  power off machine. wait 60 seconds

4)boot try again if it still says undetected. power off machine. wait 60 seconds

 5)boot uninstall the amd power off the machine wait 60 seconds

 6) boot install the amd power off the machine

7) boot check your java install if good go to bitminter and try.

sometimes the drivers don't fully uninstall and or install if you boot with a restart.  full power down works. 

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April 09, 2013, 12:37:16 AM
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YES I did uninstall the nvidia driver and install the AMD driver for Xp 32 bits
Power down correctly each time I wrote power down.

yeah below is slow and tedious but may work.

1) power down  wait 60 seconds

2)make sure only the amd card is in machine .

3)boot uninstall again nvidia first if it say nothing detected  power off machine. wait 60 seconds

4)boot try again if it still says undetected. power off machine. wait 60 seconds

 5)boot uninstall the amd power off the machine wait 60 seconds

 6) boot install the amd power off the machine

7) boot check your java install if good go to bitminter and try.

sometimes the drivers don't fully uninstall and or install if you boot with a restart.  full power down works. 

thanks

So it's supposed to work with Xp ?

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