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September 02, 2013, 01:15:02 PM
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I found another miner:

Primecoin GPU miner with instructions! (15 Mh/s on 7950)
http://satoshibox.com/522488c04c347bc2aa0041a7

What do you mean Megahashes? What does that equal in primes per second...? Or chains?

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September 02, 2013, 02:33:18 PM
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Holy sh*t, this is the real deal!
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September 02, 2013, 03:44:50 PM
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I found another miner:

Primecoin GPU miner with instructions! (15 Mh/s 15 Million primes/s on 7950)
http://satoshibox.com/522488c04c347bc2aa0041a7


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September 02, 2013, 03:49:10 PM
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Primes/s is a completely useless metric...

From your screenshots:
5-chains seems to be less than what an I7 on HP-builds gives
9-chains not displayed in your screenshot, but this is what chains/day tries to estimate in the CPU-miner. You can get >=1.0 with an I7, which means an estimated 1 block per week at diff >= 9.8. Based on the 8-chains performance, this doesn't look too good.  
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September 02, 2013, 04:11:00 PM
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did you also notice that fermats/s is ZEROOOOOOO!!!!

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September 02, 2013, 04:11:15 PM
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what do you mean by "found"?

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September 02, 2013, 04:26:37 PM
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did you also notice that fermats/s is ZEROOOOOOO!!!!

and 1.6K gandalf's magick!

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September 02, 2013, 04:27:37 PM
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прога не работает, инструкция по сути состоит из одной строчки.
прошу вернуть 0.4 btc
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September 02, 2013, 04:41:41 PM
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прога не работает, инструкция по сути состоит из одной строчки.
прошу вернуть 0.4 btc
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Строчек там больше, нужно выполнить все условия для того чтобы все работало. И непременно вложенный туда zlib1.dll (этих библиотек много версий существует, но не на всех работает).
Я никого не заставляю покупать. Это тот же майнер что продавался разработчиком REAPER, многие мучаются, пока не заставят его работать. Я решил упростить задачу (я потратил 2 часа чтоб она работала). У меня у самого много вопросов к разработчику по программе.
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There is 5 lines of instructions, you need to fulfill all the conditions for this to work. And you need use zlib1.dll which I copy in the folder with reaper (many versions of these libraries exist, but not all work).
I do not force anyone to buy. This is the same miner that sold by the developer REAPER, many suffer until they make it work. I decided to simplify the task (I spend 2 hours). I myself have a lot of questions to the developer of the program.

ну не знаю. я же покупал у вас. и вопросы к вам.

все условия из инструкции выполнены.

а как я мог узнать что она не работает до того как купил?
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September 02, 2013, 05:38:30 PM
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Primes/s is a completely useless metric...

From your screenshots:
5-chains seems to be less than what an I7 on HP-builds gives
9-chains not displayed in your screenshot, but this is what chains/day tries to estimate in the CPU-miner. You can get >=1.0 with an I7, which means an estimated 1 block per week at diff >= 9.8. Based on the 8-chains performance, this doesn't look too good.  
Reaper updates every second and every second there be a couple of 5-6-7-8 chains!
jhPrimeminer is much slower.

My i5 gives "primespersec" : 2695 in HP10
what you mean "5-chains seems to be less than what an I7 on HP-builds gives"?

Do you mean in  HP-builds displaing 5-chains in primespersec command?

Na, the numbers for the chains on the screenshots are per HOUR and not per second. You certainly don't have 8-chains every second, otherwise you would find a block every 5 minutes at least.

Since the reaper sourcecode leaked, it's easy to proof:

in App.cpp:

Quote
for(uint i=2; i<15; ++i)
{
   if (chainspersec > 0)
   {
         double num = 3600.0*chainspersec/((ticker()-starttime)*0.001);
         string str = SIize(num);
         cout << str << " " << i << "-chains     ";
    }
}

If you run the hp builds with "-printmining -printtoconsole" you'll see primemeter every now and then, which also gives 5-chains per hour estimates. I think I get around 600 5-chains / h on an older Intel I7.

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My i5 gives "primespersec" : 2695 in HP10

Means 2695*3600 = 9702000 primes per hour. So the 15 million primes per hour (and not second!) is actually not even 2x faster than your i5. Primes per hour is still a pretty useless metric to begin with, since you can tweak the settings so that you get more primes but less chains. Estimated blocks per day/week/month or whatever is the only thing that counts.
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September 02, 2013, 05:41:41 PM
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OK here i got 80M with 7950, so that would mean i should aks 2BTC! come on ppl be quick  Grin


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September 02, 2013, 06:33:14 PM
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September 02, 2013, 06:44:39 PM
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What does this mean? I didnt find a block or was it an instant orphan. lol


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September 02, 2013, 06:51:01 PM
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you need > diff which is 9.8 so 0.98 Tongue

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September 02, 2013, 06:55:29 PM
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Примерно такую же ерунду выкладывали как gpuminer для Quarkcoin.
http://satoshibox.com/5219dae04c347bd8290041a7
Знакомый повёлся и купил и в итоге в архиве вот что оказалось

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September 02, 2013, 08:30:29 PM
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Primes/s is a completely useless metric...

From your screenshots:
5-chains seems to be less than what an I7 on HP-builds gives
9-chains not displayed in your screenshot, but this is what chains/day tries to estimate in the CPU-miner. You can get >=1.0 with an I7, which means an estimated 1 block per week at diff >= 9.8. Based on the 8-chains performance, this doesn't look too good.  
Reaper updates every second and every second there be a couple of 5-6-7-8 chains!
jhPrimeminer is much slower.

My i5 gives "primespersec" : 2695 in HP10
what you mean "5-chains seems to be less than what an I7 on HP-builds gives"?

Do you mean in  HP-builds displaing 5-chains in primespersec command?

Na, the numbers for the chains on the screenshots are per HOUR and not per second. You certainly don't have 8-chains every second, otherwise you would find a block every 5 minutes at least.

Since the reaper sourcecode leaked, it's easy to proof:

in App.cpp:

Quote
for(uint i=2; i<15; ++i)
{
   if (chainspersec > 0)
   {
         double num = 3600.0*chainspersec/((ticker()-starttime)*0.001);
         string str = SIize(num);
         cout << str << " " << i << "-chains     ";
    }
}

If you run the hp builds with "-printmining -printtoconsole" you'll see primemeter every now and then, which also gives 5-chains per hour estimates. I think I get around 600 5-chains / h on an older Intel I7.

Also:
Quote
My i5 gives "primespersec" : 2695 in HP10

Means 2695*3600 = 9702000 primes per hour. So the 15 million primes per hour (and not second!) is actually not even 2x faster than your i5. Primes per hour is still a pretty useless metric to begin with, since you can tweak the settings so that you get more primes but less chains. Estimated blocks per day/week/month or whatever is the only thing that counts.

So a 7950 would be a bit faster than a i5, but not much of a bump?
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September 03, 2013, 07:48:38 AM
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look he has a ipscanner! he must a l33tz0r h4ck3r!

dear god what's wrong with ppl nowdays...
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look he has a ipscanner! he must a l33tz0r h4ck3r!

dear god what's wrong with ppl nowdays...

You don't believe in god (You wouldn't be into any kind of fraud if you did)

You should also delete this supporting account. Too obvious Mr. "l33tz0r h4ck3r"

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