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March 02, 2014, 06:37:25 AM
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Sucks what transpired with TAG but frankly, after mining sha-3 for the last few weeks, scrypt just needs to die. Sha-3 is soooo much easier on my rigs, freaking love it.

Anyway, you are certainly one of the top pool ops I have had the pleasure of working with. 

Reflect your sentiment regarding Fuse... best pool operator I know of.

Mind sharing which SHA-3 coins you have been mining?

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March 02, 2014, 06:58:30 AM
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Sucks what transpired with TAG but frankly, after mining sha-3 for the last few weeks, scrypt just needs to die. Sha-3 is soooo much easier on my rigs, freaking love it.

Anyway, you are certainly one of the top pool ops I have had the pleasure of working with.  

Reflect your sentiment regarding Fuse... best pool operator I know of.

Mind sharing which SHA-3 coins you have been mining?

I have been mining MAX exclusively, which unfortunately is in a massive tailspin. I'm in 'set it and forget it' mode currently so I am not sure what other options are out there.

7950's 1080/50 undervolted
7970's 1100/100 undervolted
270's 1100/90 locked voltage

I don't know what my power draw is but I'm guessing it is significantly less than scrypt.

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March 02, 2014, 07:08:28 AM
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^^^...Thanks!

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March 02, 2014, 02:12:26 PM
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Fuse, I also feel like we've all been taken for a ride with TAG.  I'm glad that the problems came up before I spoke to the people locally I had in mind who may be able to use such a thing.  At least I have some TAG RFID cards to remember the drama by.  Might frame one Smiley

It's just weird that everything was great up until the first POS block was found (if memory serves, I think that was the start of the issues).  Right now TAG is down about 70-80% from peak and 20% from its recent average.  Without a stable functioning network, I don't see how it can be viewed as a safe means of value transfer for any purpose. 

All TAG specific issues aside, thanks for running one of the best pools I've mined at.

As far as other coins go, perhaps I'm just caught up in the gloom of recent happenings in the crypto world, but I'm not seeing anything exciting on the horizon unfortunately.  I've just been hanging out on the Scrypt coin to BTC pools and banking the coin for now. 

I have a miner that needs reloaded tomorrow.  I really wish there were better voltage control options for Linux.  Windows does seem to like to randomly crap the bed.  The power settings module appears to have corrupted and now I get video scheduler BSODs when it goes idle(or tries to).  My half assed work around has been to put the mouse on a shiny surface to keep the computer active but even that fails periodically.  Win 8 appears immune to the mouse jiggle apps unfortunately.
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March 04, 2014, 06:28:11 AM
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I finally got 1 rig with 5 GPUs. They are 5 Sapphire 270X. So using the settings from the non-X, plugged them in, swapping cables and risers until they all worked.



This just means, some of the riser parts aren't working, so I'll do a few more tests and return them for replacement.

Then I'll see how far I can push these. I got one of them going past 500 kh/s once, but a minute later the whole rig just stopped. I think I was up to 1170 or 1180 gpu engine, 1500 mem.

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March 04, 2014, 09:39:31 AM
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Veggie Crate Rig 5 GPU Sapphire 270X


Here's a pic of the almost assembled rig. All it needs is a home. This one belongs to my brother. He doesn't understand a thing, so it will mine to my address, hehe. Then I pay his electric bill.

The fans will be properly mounted a bit higher than they are in the pic.

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March 06, 2014, 07:25:13 AM
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I tried tweaking the 270X and I can push it to 510 kh/s.



Has been stable for at least 5 hours.

I'll plug in the rest of them and try the same settings.

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March 06, 2014, 01:47:47 PM
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Awesome Dabs, the 270's really can hold their own in the right setup. I'm going to evaluate undervolting mine sometime soon to see what they can do.

What are your settings for that last setup? Mainly engine, memory and TC.

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March 07, 2014, 03:56:41 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=504794

GPUs for sale.  I'll do deals for loyal tagminers.

I'd appreciate anyone vouching for me as well, it might push the whales to make offers.

Thanks, guys!

-Fuse

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March 10, 2014, 03:46:09 AM
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Cross-post from the main tag thread:

Greetings TAG mining community!

It's been a roller coaster of a week... hell, a roller coaster of a couple of months.  I've been there with you watching as prices have gone up and down, fighting through the orphans, and trying to keep everyone from completely giving up on TAG.  I'll admit that after last weekend I was pissed.  I felt like I was ready to give up, and I announced that I would be closing down Tagmining for good.

Then things turned around a little.  Mark admitted that he's been absent from the community here, and he was going to make it a priority to keep this community involved.  While mining Tagcoin might not be huge piece of the overall vision of the TAG empire, it's the portion of the business miners can really get behind until the widespread adoption of TAG as a global rewards system.  And while some of us have put effort into spreading the word of TAG, sometimes the only thing some of us can do is mine and support the strength and stability of the blockchain.  There are definitely two sides to the business, and I think Mark and the TAG team now see the value of a strong mining community.  This is evident by the introduction of Alex(@SisyphusEsperanto) to help keep the community in the loop.  From pool ops, to miners, to day traders, and yes... even the hoarders, we all play a piece in the future of TAG.

Over the last week or so, I have been in communication with Mark via PM and email to discuss how things can change for the better in the community.  We've talked about how we can get TAG back on top by making it a stable coin with an even stronger mining base once again.  So we came up with something, and I hope it really helps spark some interest in miners again to come back to TAG, and make this the community that it can be.

So without further ado:

Tagmining.Com is now the official pool of Tagcoin!

Tagmining will be reopening bigger and better than ever!

Mark asked me what he could do to help give back to the community through Tagmining.  I told him we need to run promotions to get miners interested in mining again, and that he would need to fund the effort.  Without hesitation, he said, "Do it!".  So from now until the end of the month:

Tagmining will be giving away a 1TAG block finder bonus!
If pool funds start to increase due to pool fees and donations, we'll up the bonus until we reach a nice equilibrium.

Every weekday this month, I will announce a "countdown block".  The finder of the block 20 blocks after the "countdown block" will get 10TAG!

Tagmining will start it's jackpot back up!  Every Saturday, 3 lucky miners will win their share of 100TAG!
Jackpot rules and info can be found in the second post of the Tagmining pool thread found here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=324938.0


Those of you who have mined at Tagmining know that I pride myself on making sure the miners come first.  With Mark backing Tagmining as the official TAG pool, we can do more to make sure miners are taken care of and happy.  Whether that's things like planned bonuses and rewards, additional pool nodes to help localizing mining, or even just staying as active as possible to ensure miners have a voice- Mark and I will do everything in our power to make the TAG mining community the community the best it can be.

That's our promise to you.

Thanks for all your support, and here's to a new beginning!

-Fuse


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March 13, 2014, 12:36:04 AM
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FYI...

Until the pool achieves a hashrate to allow the countdown block, I will be suspending that promotion.  If you're mining on the pool and you want to see this promo happen, tell your friends to come and mine with us!

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March 14, 2014, 06:37:28 AM
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Some pics for you guys.

Dabs 2014-03-14 Veggie Miner


Dabs TAG miner in RED veggie crate

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March 14, 2014, 06:54:41 AM
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wow, so many hardware porn on this one


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March 14, 2014, 02:04:09 PM
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wow, so many hardware porn on this one



That's how we roll lol.  I almost want to change the name of the thread to "hardware pron, oh and that tagmining pool thing".

I really advise people who read this thread to go back and look at some of the configs and settings that have been posted.  Mainly those by Vesperwillow.  The man is a genius with GPUs(among other things).

-Fuse

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March 14, 2014, 04:32:42 PM
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You guys make me blush Tongue

I learn just like others, and I learn new stuff every day.

I find that if you threaten a computer while holding a bottle of salt water, it seems to bend toward your will.

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March 15, 2014, 10:46:22 AM
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Do you use rock sea salt? Or iodized salt? The computers work fine for me using only Coca Cola. And my soldering iron.

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March 15, 2014, 03:22:05 PM
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Do you use rock sea salt? Or iodized salt? The computers work fine for me using only Coca Cola. And my soldering iron.

See.  I'm strictly a Dr. Pibbs guy when it comes to my boards.  I would have never thought to use Coca Cola.

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March 15, 2014, 04:50:00 PM
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Tagmining update:

The block finder bonus has been increased to 2TAG per block!

Also, the first jackpot for 100TAG will be announced shortly.  Stay tuned, miners!

-Fuse

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March 15, 2014, 05:33:12 PM
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Tagmining Jackpot Info

Alrighty folks, here's the info:

There were 23 total rounds for the week.  To be eligible for this jackpot, you would have needed to submit shares to 75% of those rounds, equaling 17 rounds.  There were 7 people who qualified for the jackpot.  This was out of 42 miners who mined on the pool this week.  The qualifying miners are as follows:

Dabs
anchous
flywin
matquan
prashant
savchenko_anton
totmacher12000


This week's winners are as follows:

1st place -   Dabs                           50TAG  - TXID e1119fd9895a9fa84c220942cc437f0dade2620540b18f66db100f781c3676c9
2nd place -  totmacher12000       30TAG  - TXID 322063ed21bf976ff0074eab4872dd0c63c2c3bf24cebf282b49cdc5a3f6cc14
3rd place -   prashant                    20TAG  - TXID 3bb289290c1b67411018e5d09c1dad9e340c963649bca41f230ea6ddd3f3a483


Payments will be sent shortly, and TXID numbers will be posted above.

Congratulations, miners!  Good luck to everyone next week!

-Fuse

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March 18, 2014, 02:50:30 AM
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Woot! And to think my red crate is not yet online, because my risers haven't arrived.

Awesome Dabs, the 270's really can hold their own in the right setup. I'm going to evaluate undervolting mine sometime soon to see what they can do.

What are your settings for that last setup? Mainly engine, memory and TC.

engine 1175, memory 1500, tc 24000.

I've tried memory 1600, it seemed fine, but I put it back down to 1500. Also 1175 is only stable as long as I can keep temps down, otherwise I'll use 1125 if I know I won't be around for awhile to babysit the rig.

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