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June 12, 2018, 10:59:53 PM
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Nicehash does work, but sometimes it starts rejecting most of the shares, in which case re-start the miner. If there are no more rejects then you should be good.

Is anyone else able to get Nicehash to work? I have tried several times and I always get pretty much 100% rejects even after multiple reboots.
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June 13, 2018, 07:07:53 AM
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I can confirm that PPNLS payouts with Antpool is not working but PPS is. Also my Freq is 643 & I'm getting an average of 15.4ksol

15.4 KSol = Almost my 3 rigs full of 1080TI and Titan Xp, but less power efficient :-)

Significantly, I'd estimate that overclocked z9 is running at under 500W.

It is using 387 watts at 15.4 ksol

Antminer Z9 mini running on 387 watts, overclocked to Freq 643? Are you sure? In that case I can connect 4 miners to EVGA 1600 P2 power supply and overclock them to 643 freq?
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June 13, 2018, 09:32:36 AM
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antminer z9 mini can mine Bitcoin Interest(BCI) ? Undecided Undecided  how?

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June 13, 2018, 11:38:54 AM
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anyone's hashrate drop on antpool? No changes on my end. Miner status appears normal.
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June 13, 2018, 08:52:46 PM
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I can confirm that PPNLS payouts with Antpool is not working but PPS is. Also my Freq is 643 & I'm getting an average of 15.4ksol

15.4 KSol = Almost my 3 rigs full of 1080TI and Titan Xp, but less power efficient :-)

Significantly, I'd estimate that overclocked z9 is running at under 500W.

It is using 387 watts at 15.4 ksol

Antminer Z9 mini running on 387 watts, overclocked to Freq 643? Are you sure? In that case I can connect 4 miners to EVGA 1600 P2 power supply and overclock them to 643 freq?

Hay buddy, my Z9 hasn't arrived yet.. have you got it working overclocked at 643?. what pool are you using?... Cheers
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June 14, 2018, 08:47:46 PM
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I can confirm that PPNLS payouts with Antpool is not working but PPS is. Also my Freq is 643 & I'm getting an average of 15.4ksol

15.4 KSol = Almost my 3 rigs full of 1080TI and Titan Xp, but less power efficient :-)

Significantly, I'd estimate that overclocked z9 is running at under 500W.

It is using 387 watts at 15.4 ksol

Antminer Z9 mini running on 387 watts, overclocked to Freq 643? Are you sure? In that case I can connect 4 miners to EVGA 1600 P2 power supply and overclock them to 643 freq?

Hay buddy, my Z9 hasn't arrived yet.. have you got it working overclocked at 643?. what pool are you using?... Cheers


Was using Antpool but been using https://bitcoin-gold.miningpoolhub.com/

These are my payouts for BTC Gold

2018-06-13 (UTC)   0.86924967
2018-06-12 (UTC)   0.87895445
2018-06-11 (UTC)   0.71100779
2018-06-10 (UTC)   0.92915138
2018-06-09 (UTC)   0.54980312
2018-06-08 (UTC)   0.81474208
2018-06-07 (UTC)   0.62056684
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June 14, 2018, 09:26:21 PM
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I can confirm that PPNLS payouts with Antpool is not working but PPS is. Also my Freq is 643 & I'm getting an average of 15.4ksol

15.4 KSol = Almost my 3 rigs full of 1080TI and Titan Xp, but less power efficient :-)

Significantly, I'd estimate that overclocked z9 is running at under 500W.

It is using 387 watts at 15.4 ksol

Antminer Z9 mini running on 387 watts, overclocked to Freq 643? Are you sure? In that case I can connect 4 miners to EVGA 1600 P2 power supply and overclock them to 643 freq?

Hay buddy, my Z9 hasn't arrived yet.. have you got it working overclocked at 643?. what pool are you using?... Cheers


Was using Antpool but been using https://bitcoin-gold.miningpoolhub.com/

These are my payouts for BTC Gold

2018-06-13 (UTC)   0.86924967
2018-06-12 (UTC)   0.87895445
2018-06-11 (UTC)   0.71100779
2018-06-10 (UTC)   0.92915138
2018-06-09 (UTC)   0.54980312
2018-06-08 (UTC)   0.81474208
2018-06-07 (UTC)   0.62056684

Awesome that is brilliant, are you still pulling 14+sols?.. is the acceptance ok on these pools?... not racking up HW faults?... I cant wait for mine to arrive i have 1 in batch one and another coming in September.. Thank you and thank you for sharing 
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June 15, 2018, 01:23:04 AM
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I can confirm that PPNLS payouts with Antpool is not working but PPS is. Also my Freq is 643 & I'm getting an average of 15.4ksol

15.4 KSol = Almost my 3 rigs full of 1080TI and Titan Xp, but less power efficient :-)

Significantly, I'd estimate that overclocked z9 is running at under 500W.

It is using 387 watts at 15.4 ksol

Antminer Z9 mini running on 387 watts, overclocked to Freq 643? Are you sure? In that case I can connect 4 miners to EVGA 1600 P2 power supply and overclock them to 643 freq?

Hay buddy, my Z9 hasn't arrived yet.. have you got it working overclocked at 643?. what pool are you using?... Cheers


Was using Antpool but been using https://bitcoin-gold.miningpoolhub.com/

These are my payouts for BTC Gold

2018-06-13 (UTC)   0.86924967
2018-06-12 (UTC)   0.87895445
2018-06-11 (UTC)   0.71100779
2018-06-10 (UTC)   0.92915138
2018-06-09 (UTC)   0.54980312
2018-06-08 (UTC)   0.81474208
2018-06-07 (UTC)   0.62056684

Have you tried the equihash profit switching port on MPH? 
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June 18, 2018, 11:07:59 AM
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I can confirm that PPNLS payouts with Antpool is not working but PPS is. Also my Freq is 643 & I'm getting an average of 15.4ksol

15.4 KSol = Almost my 3 rigs full of 1080TI and Titan Xp, but less power efficient :-)

Significantly, I'd estimate that overclocked z9 is running at under 500W.

It is using 387 watts at 15.4 ksol

Antminer Z9 mini running on 387 watts, overclocked to Freq 643? Are you sure? In that case I can connect 4 miners to EVGA 1600 P2 power supply and overclock them to 643 freq?

Hay buddy, my Z9 hasn't arrived yet.. have you got it working overclocked at 643?. what pool are you using?... Cheers


Was using Antpool but been using https://bitcoin-gold.miningpoolhub.com/

These are my payouts for BTC Gold

2018-06-13 (UTC)   0.86924967
2018-06-12 (UTC)   0.87895445
2018-06-11 (UTC)   0.71100779
2018-06-10 (UTC)   0.92915138
2018-06-09 (UTC)   0.54980312
2018-06-08 (UTC)   0.81474208
2018-06-07 (UTC)   0.62056684

Awesome that is brilliant, are you still pulling 14+sols?.. is the acceptance ok on these pools?... not racking up HW faults?... I cant wait for mine to arrive i have 1 in batch one and another coming in September.. Thank you and thank you for sharing 

Yes it is, no HW errors and very stable Smiley
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June 18, 2018, 03:22:08 PM
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I can confirm that PPNLS payouts with Antpool is not working but PPS is. Also my Freq is 643 & I'm getting an average of 15.4ksol

15.4 KSol = Almost my 3 rigs full of 1080TI and Titan Xp, but less power efficient :-)

Significantly, I'd estimate that overclocked z9 is running at under 500W.

It is using 387 watts at 15.4 ksol

Antminer Z9 mini running on 387 watts, overclocked to Freq 643? Are you sure? In that case I can connect 4 miners to EVGA 1600 P2 power supply and overclock them to 643 freq?

Hay buddy, my Z9 hasn't arrived yet.. have you got it working overclocked at 643?. what pool are you using?... Cheers


Was using Antpool but been using https://bitcoin-gold.miningpoolhub.com/

These are my payouts for BTC Gold

2018-06-13 (UTC)   0.86924967
2018-06-12 (UTC)   0.87895445
2018-06-11 (UTC)   0.71100779
2018-06-10 (UTC)   0.92915138
2018-06-09 (UTC)   0.54980312
2018-06-08 (UTC)   0.81474208
2018-06-07 (UTC)   0.62056684

Awesome that is brilliant, are you still pulling 14+sols?.. is the acceptance ok on these pools?... not racking up HW faults?... I cant wait for mine to arrive i have 1 in batch one and another coming in September.. Thank you and thank you for sharing 

Yes it is, no HW errors and very stable Smiley
Awesome  Smiley
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June 19, 2018, 03:18:53 PM
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Any updates with Slush?
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June 21, 2018, 11:01:20 AM
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My Z9 Mini is on the Way now  Grin
Is Nicehash still working bad and are any mining pools for ZCL available?
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June 21, 2018, 11:19:50 AM
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Any updates with Slush?

None yet, I haven't had any time to do any testing the past week or so, apologies for that. I'm sure we'll see a bunch tomorrow and friday as the rest of batch 1 arrives though. Smiley
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June 21, 2018, 11:26:55 AM
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My Z9 Mini is on the Way now  Grin
Is Nicehash still working bad and are any mining pools for ZCL available?

Zero change in Nicehash as of last Friday. Others may have had more luck, but no dice here, still averaging 50%+ rejected...

And hmm. Nobody DID do any ZCL testing (or reporting at any rate). Hmm. I'm sure we'll have some more feedback soon, but I'll add the coin to the testing section (I avoid it like the plague, personally, too many wallet issues, so I haven't tried).
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June 21, 2018, 01:02:08 PM
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If NiceHash isn't working - I think I could point to the MiningPoolHub equihash autoswitching port (17023), set my autoexchange preference to BTC... and end up with the same thing? It should mine the most profitable equihash coin MPH supports (ZCL/BTG/ZEC/ZEN) and keep slowly converting it to Bitcoin?
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June 21, 2018, 01:43:54 PM
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If NiceHash isn't working - I think I could point to the MiningPoolHub equihash autoswitching port (17023), set my autoexchange preference to BTC... and end up with the same thing? It should mine the most profitable equihash coin MPH supports (ZCL/BTG/ZEC/ZEN) and keep slowly converting it to Bitcoin?


Should or does?

Do these asics come with setup instructions? My first asic is delivered tomorrow.

From what I have read, I connect it to the ethernet cable, plug it in, then go to my router address to access the miner setup gui and from there enter pool info. Am I missing anything?

If miningpoolhub is working well then I guess that is where I will point my miner.
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June 21, 2018, 02:22:55 PM
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If NiceHash isn't working - I think I could point to the MiningPoolHub equihash autoswitching port (17023), set my autoexchange preference to BTC... and end up with the same thing? It should mine the most profitable equihash coin MPH supports (ZCL/BTG/ZEC/ZEN) and keep slowly converting it to Bitcoin?


Should or does?

Do these asics come with setup instructions? My first asic is delivered tomorrow.

From what I have read, I connect it to the ethernet cable, plug it in, then go to my router address to access the miner setup gui and from there enter pool info. Am I missing anything?

If miningpoolhub is working well then I guess that is where I will point my miner.

Heh, you're in for a treat.

Yup, very, very basic instructions are included. But yes, you basically just change the pool info (and your password). It'll be set to Antpool addresses when it arrives.
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June 21, 2018, 02:35:43 PM
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If NiceHash isn't working - I think I could point to the MiningPoolHub equihash autoswitching port (17023), set my autoexchange preference to BTC... and end up with the same thing? It should mine the most profitable equihash coin MPH supports (ZCL/BTG/ZEC/ZEN) and keep slowly converting it to Bitcoin?


Should or does?

Do these asics come with setup instructions? My first asic is delivered tomorrow.

From what I have read, I connect it to the ethernet cable, plug it in, then go to my router address to access the miner setup gui and from there enter pool info. Am I missing anything?

If miningpoolhub is working well then I guess that is where I will point my miner.

Heh, you're in for a treat.

Yup, very, very basic instructions are included. But yes, you basically just change the pool info (and your password). It'll be set to Antpool addresses when it arrives.

Yeah, I expect the instructions will be the finest technical document known to man. Seems pretty simple. I know my router address, but unsure of how exactly to access the asic. Is it a web page or a downloaded GUI program to update settings, pool address, etc.
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June 21, 2018, 02:56:47 PM
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If NiceHash isn't working - I think I could point to the MiningPoolHub equihash autoswitching port (17023), set my autoexchange preference to BTC... and end up with the same thing? It should mine the most profitable equihash coin MPH supports (ZCL/BTG/ZEC/ZEN) and keep slowly converting it to Bitcoin?


Should or does?

Do these asics come with setup instructions? My first asic is delivered tomorrow.

From what I have read, I connect it to the ethernet cable, plug it in, then go to my router address to access the miner setup gui and from there enter pool info. Am I missing anything?

If miningpoolhub is working well then I guess that is where I will point my miner.

Heh, you're in for a treat.

Yup, very, very basic instructions are included. But yes, you basically just change the pool info (and your password). It'll be set to Antpool addresses when it arrives.

Yeah, I expect the instructions will be the finest technical document known to man. Seems pretty simple. I know my router address, but unsure of how exactly to access the asic. Is it a web page or a downloaded GUI program to update settings, pool address, etc.

Find it on the network and just enter the local url in a browser. They run on DHCP so it'll be in whatever range your router sets up.
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It does not come with much instruction but you do access it through a web based interface.   You just put the IP address in the miner, which should be something like http://192.168.1.70 and the login is root, pw is root.  There is a tab for mining configuration and that is where you set your pool urls.
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