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January 01, 2014, 06:53:30 AM
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$100 per H/m is a bargain for CPU mining.
$20 per H/m is for GPU mining.
It is also 5X more efficient than CPU mining with the same capital cost.

GPU mining is 4 or more times more energy efficient than CPU mining.


This is not necessary true. Who is still doing CPU mining today? laptop users, the power consumption is <=90w from the wall, considering GPU users at least 250W for one.

To be fair, neither cpu nor gpu can overwhelm each other.

I was talking about the unit rate for watts consumed per h/m generated.

Laptops consume exceptionally less power and shouldn't really be used for computing because they are designed for mobility. They also have a substantially low mining rate.
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January 01, 2014, 07:00:16 AM
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$100 per H/m is a bargain for CPU mining.
$20 per H/m is for GPU mining.
It is also 5X more efficient than CPU mining with the same capital cost.

GPU mining is 4 or more times more energy efficient than CPU mining.


This is not necessary true. Who is still doing CPU mining today? laptop users, the power consumption is <=90w from the wall, considering GPU users at least 250W for one.

To be fair, neither cpu nor gpu can overwhelm each other.

I was talking about the unit rate for watts consumed per h/m generated.

Laptops consume exceptionally less power and shouldn't really be used for computing because they are designed for mobility. They also have a substantially low mining rate.

from comparison chart, lots of laptop cpu looks ok.

Intel i7-3612QM 2.10Ghz  :  2.17 hs/min 8 thread
i7 3610qm - 2,4 (8 thread)
i7-3630QM : 2.48

now, to other cpu users, like me, i still use p4 1.7, lga775 dual core and they all works fine. there is a big upgrade cost. but mining is a money game one way or another.  when I was renting droplet hashing at 0.26, others were renting 32 Xeon cores from amazon, what is the difference.
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January 01, 2014, 07:02:50 AM
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$100 per H/m is a bargain for CPU mining.
$20 per H/m is for GPU mining.
It is also 5X more efficient than CPU mining with the same capital cost.

GPU mining is 4 or more times more energy efficient than CPU mining.


This is not necessary true. Who is still doing CPU mining today? laptop users, the power consumption is <=90w from the wall, considering GPU users at least 250W for one.

To be fair, neither cpu nor gpu can overwhelm each other.

I was talking about the unit rate for watts consumed per h/m generated.

Laptops consume exceptionally less power and shouldn't really be used for computing because they are designed for mobility. They also have a substantially low mining rate.

from comparison chart, lots of laptop cpu looks ok.

Intel i7-3612QM 2.10Ghz  :  2.17 hs/min 8 thread
i7 3610qm - 2,4 (8 thread)
i7-3630QM : 2.48

It's not necessarily the fact that they don't put out enough working power...it's the fact that cooling is always a problem. Laptops tend to get HOT. Even the battery. It puts a lot of stress on the system.

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January 01, 2014, 02:01:59 PM
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does anyone on here know what should be higher clock speed or memory when GPU mining this coin

I'm looking to maximze the potential of the GPU
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January 01, 2014, 10:49:11 PM
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Added field "usd/local currency"

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January 02, 2014, 01:54:31 AM
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Once GPU miners are done with MMC, profitability will be 9.6% of capital costs for CPU's.

Last night I calculated GPU R9 280x profitability to be 150% per month of costs. Now it is currently 136.5%. At this rate, I expect profitability to drop even lower for all MMC miners.

136.5% profit = $573 for $420 invested in the current month, all things remaining the same.

The market will find equilibrium at around 45% GPU profitability compared to if you had invested to mine litecoins (scrypt).

When MMC finds equilibrium with the coin market:
$420 GPU hardware costs should vary profits at $189 per month.
-$420 in CPU hardware costs accordingly should only profit miners at $40 per month (just around or below electricity costs)

Most importantly, CPU miners that actually do invest in new CPU's should find profitability drop to only 9.6% of hardware costs over a longer period of time.

Let's see how the coin plays out. Costs for GPU hardware are higher so for the marginalized, the difficulty should rise with smaller momentum at this level.
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January 02, 2014, 02:03:38 AM
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Bug in the explorer. Will get it fixed. 

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January 02, 2014, 02:04:21 AM
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Is there any info out there on the GPU mining of MMC?  I know reorder posted about it in another topic, but it seems that there are enough pools offering it now that the source is most likely released somewhere.
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January 02, 2014, 02:08:32 AM
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Once GPU miners are done with MMC, profitability will be 5.8% of capital costs for CPU's.

Last night I calculated GPU R9 280x profitability to be 150% per month of costs. Now it is currently 138%. At this rate, I expect profitability to drop even lower for all MMC miners.

138% profit = $580 for $420 invested in the current month, all things remaining the same.

The market will find equilibrium at around 30% GPU profitability compared to if you had invested to mine litecoins (scrypt).

When MMC finds equilibrium with the coin market:
$420 GPU hardware costs should vary at $126 per month.
-$420 in CPU hardware costs accordingly should only profit miners at $26 per month (just around or below electricity costs)

Most importantly, CPU miners that actually do invest in new CPU's should find profitability drop to only 6% of hardware costs over a longer period of time.

Let's see how the coin plays out. Costs for GPU hardware are higher so for the marginalized, the difficulty should rise with smaller momentum at this level.

Nice analysis!  (I don't understand any of it. Smiley ) - Care to translate to practicalities?  I.e., Buy a card or not?

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January 02, 2014, 02:18:55 AM
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Buy a card to pay it off in about 1.5 months ^.^ Buy a cpu to pay for its electricity costs Cheesy

I fixed the numbers so they make more sense...
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January 02, 2014, 02:22:01 AM
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Is there any info out there on the GPU mining of MMC?  I know reorder posted about it in another topic, but it seems that there are enough pools offering it now that the source is most likely released somewhere.

What other pools offer GPU mining?

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January 02, 2014, 02:24:21 AM
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Is there any info out there on the GPU mining of MMC?  I know reorder posted about it in another topic, but it seems that there are enough pools offering it now that the source is most likely released somewhere.

What other pools offer GPU mining?

I suggested they release the source for solo miner farms but only one pool is available. I'm getting all rejects with my GPU anyway.
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January 02, 2014, 02:29:40 AM
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Buy a card to pay it off in about 1.5 months ^.^ Buy a cpu to pay for its electricity costs Cheesy

I fixed the numbers so they make more sense...

So a 280x will pay for itself and then profit after 1.5 months, while a new CPU will only cover the costs of electricity? 

Let me just ask this way:  I have ordered a 280x and I also mine with my CPU (~3.5 h/m) plus I have a R9 270 (~10hpm).  Profit or not?  All I'm looking for is to cover expenses and eventually pay off equipment.  I'm not necessarily looking for a short-term dump.  (Just need to be able to tell the wife that it's at least paying for itself.  Grin )

And thanks! 

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January 02, 2014, 02:31:49 AM
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Is there any info out there on the GPU mining of MMC?  I know reorder posted about it in another topic, but it seems that there are enough pools offering it now that the source is most likely released somewhere.

What other pools offer GPU mining?

I suggested they release the source for solo miner farms but only one pool is available. I'm getting all rejects with my GPU anyway.

my 270 is at A/R/T = 433/30/37

A = accepted
R = rejected
T = timeout?

Am I reading that right?  Is that good or too many rejects?

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January 02, 2014, 02:40:47 AM
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Buy a card to pay it off in about 1.5 months ^.^ Buy a cpu to pay for its electricity costs Cheesy

I fixed the numbers so they make more sense...

So a 280x will pay for itself and then profit after 1.5 months, while a new CPU will only cover the costs of electricity? 

Let me just ask this way:  I have ordered a 280x and I also mine with my CPU (~3.5 h/m) plus I have a R9 270 (~10hpm).  Profit or not?  All I'm looking for is to cover expenses and eventually pay off equipment.  I'm not necessarily looking for a short-term dump.  (Just need to be able to tell the wife that it's at least paying for itself.  Grin )

And thanks! 

profit. Smiley
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January 02, 2014, 05:13:39 AM
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Is there any info out there on the GPU mining of MMC?  I know reorder posted about it in another topic, but it seems that there are enough pools offering it now that the source is most likely released somewhere.

What other pools offer GPU mining?

I suggested they release the source for solo miner farms but only one pool is available. I'm getting all rejects with my GPU anyway.

my 270 is at A/R/T = 433/30/37

A = accepted
R = rejected
T = timeout?

Am I reading that right?  Is that good or too many rejects?


Normal

%86 accept
%6 reject
%8 timeout
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Is there any info out there on the GPU mining of MMC?  I know reorder posted about it in another topic, but it seems that there are enough pools offering it now that the source is most likely released somewhere.

What other pools offer GPU mining?

I suggested they release the source for solo miner farms but only one pool is available. I'm getting all rejects with my GPU anyway.

I'm getting ZERO accepted with my HD 6970 2GB card at 14~15 hpm. Seems like I'm never able to mine this damn coin, cpu and/or gpu...LMFAO!!!

Is there any info out there on the GPU mining of MMC?  I know reorder posted about it in another topic, but it seems that there are enough pools offering it now that the source is most likely released somewhere.

What other pools offer GPU mining?

I suggested they release the source for solo miner farms but only one pool is available. I'm getting all rejects with my GPU anyway.

my 270 is at A/R/T = 433/30/37

A = accepted
R = rejected
T = timeout?

Am I reading that right?  Is that good or too many rejects?


Normal

%86 accept
%6 reject
%8 timeout


At least your mining, I take half my speed just to mine....LOL

More likely either an architecture issue with the harware and/or software related. But, I'm leaning towards software, as the miner might be optimized for HD 7000's series and not the HD 5000's or HD 6000's. I would assume that a miner would work with the two older generation cards since they all share similar drivers and/or openGL.

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January 02, 2014, 06:36:45 AM
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I'm getting ZERO accepted with my HD 6970 2GB card at 14~15 hpm. Seems like I'm never able to mine this damn coin, cpu and/or gpu...LMFAO!!!



I noticed that Reorder, the author of the GPU miner, has said there is a problem with the 6xxxx series cards.

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1784.msg21095#msg21095

I think he's working on it....

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January 02, 2014, 06:43:23 AM
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I'm getting ZERO accepted with my HD 6970 2GB card at 14~15 hpm. Seems like I'm never able to mine this damn coin, cpu and/or gpu...LMFAO!!!



I noticed that Reorder, the author of the GPU miner, has said there is a problem with the 6xxxx series cards.

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1784.msg21095#msg21095

I think he's working on it....

Would be great. Now I'm getting crazy numbers now when I execute it, 280~400 hpm with continuous rejects...LOL

I have a feeling it's software related and just need a miner optimized for HD 5000 and HD 6000 series.

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January 02, 2014, 08:16:37 AM
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Happy new year to everyone - take the chance to get started with MMC and take part in our new year's giveaway! https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1831
happy new year to you too!
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