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April 03, 2014, 09:22:01 PM
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You guys might see it go offline, I'm trying to set the other one up and running into some issues (probably my own faults but I'll keep you guys updated)
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Is it good or bad?
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747Gh/s average so far.

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April 03, 2014, 09:28:03 PM
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375gh... 

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If you look under workers it will be called Prospector1 - Give it time (like 23 minutes) to get a decent hashrate going on the chart. It will look really low until it has been up for the full 23 minutes.




That's all well and good, but if you look at your time stamp and my time stamp, I checked it almost an hour after you posted that it was up.  That's some long 23 minutes.  Good to see it's faster than that.

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April 03, 2014, 09:28:40 PM
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Hah before we say that's what it is, what the pool reports is what matters.
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April 03, 2014, 09:33:09 PM
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Hah before we say that's what it is, what the pool reports is what matters.

Is there often a big discrepancy between the local report and the pool report?


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April 03, 2014, 09:34:32 PM
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The Main Question is How fast does it Run Stable???

I saw it in the Pic Running 747ghs but is that stable and is that a true speed???

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April 03, 2014, 09:40:40 PM
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Hah before we say that's what it is, what the pool reports is what matters.

Is there often a big discrepancy between the local report and the pool report?

there can be. his screenshot shows a 5% error rate which is pretty high. (should be 1% or less)
his eligius page shows that it was in the 375-400GH range, but went offline for the last 10min or so. maybe tweaking up the hashrate a bit.

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April 03, 2014, 09:44:39 PM
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I have a USB issue where if I plug two of the HashFast boards in it kills CGMiner so only one can be plugged in right now. (It might just be that one port and I have someone bringing a hub just in case)

Otherwise yes CGMiner appears to be giving very high stats compared to what is being reported on Eligius. I used MrTeals recommendation and I'm trying to wait and see what Eligius reports now.
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April 03, 2014, 09:45:01 PM
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Hah before we say that's what it is, what the pool reports is what matters.

Is there often a big discrepancy between the local report and the pool report?

there can be. his screenshot shows a 5% error rate which is pretty high. (should be 1% or less)
his eligius page shows that it was in the 375-400GH range, but went offline for the last 10min or so. maybe tweaking up the hashrate a bit.

Good to know. Thanks!


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April 03, 2014, 09:46:53 PM
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There are some things i would be curious to know...

1) Bargraphics, the pics you posted have a Coolit cooler. How did you get that?
2) The board is different from an "evo" one, but yet it seems to reach 750GH with ease.

Evo: http://hashfast.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Yoli-Evo-board_FINAL-white-WEB-e1392926017925.png
Yours: http://i.imgur.com/D5OrSKj.jpg
First gen hf: http://hashfast.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Module-Measurement1.jpg

So the board shipped is really similar to a first gen HF, just with double the hashrate and a Coolit cooler that i don't understand the source off.
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There are some things i would be curious to know...

1) Bargraphics, the pics you posted have a Coolit cooler. How did you get that?
2) The board is different from an "evo" one, but yet it seems to reach 750GH with ease.

Evo: http://hashfast.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Yoli-Evo-board_FINAL-white-WEB-e1392926017925.png
Yours: http://i.imgur.com/D5OrSKj.jpg
First gen hf: http://hashfast.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Module-Measurement1.jpg

So the board shipped is really similar to a first gen HF, just with double the hashrate and a Coolit cooler that i don't understand the source off.
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the 747GH hashrate is an error, i would not be surprised if it was some issue with the reported difficulty being 256 vs 512 or other similar 2x issue. (ie: actual hashrate of 375GH)

The board is definitely the first-gen hashfats. AFAIK the yoli evo will be a differnt chip design in order to get higher speeds (an h80i or similar cooling solution would seriously struggle to move more than 500W of heat)

^i stand corrected. the same chip is in both the 400Gh baby jet and the 800Gh yoli evo. and the H80i can presumably cool an overclocked top-end CPU that reaches 550W or power draw

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April 03, 2014, 09:51:13 PM
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Switching to GHash.io just until I can get the average hashrate. Will post screenshots of it and then when I know they are working fine move them back to Eligius for Public Viewing.
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Switching to GHash.io just until I can get the average hashrate. Will post screenshots of it and then when I know they are working fine move them back to Eligius for Public Viewing.

you should keep on eligius - other than the annoying 22.5min delay it is the best pool IMO.   either way, looking forwards to reports on the 1min, 5min and 15min from ghash

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April 03, 2014, 09:53:19 PM
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The board is definitely the first-gen hashfats. AFAIK the yoli evo will be a different chip design in order to get higher speeds
So there are gen 1 and gen 2 HF GN chips?

(an h80i or similar cooling solution would seriously struggle to move more than 500W of heat)
And that is another thing that didn't add up.
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April 03, 2014, 09:55:10 PM
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So the board shipped is really similar to a first gen HF, just with double the hashrate and a Coolit cooler that i don't understand the source off.

The cooler is Bargraphics personally provided cooler as coolers do not come with the boad
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April 03, 2014, 09:57:14 PM
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The cooler is Bargraphics personally provided cooler as coolers do not come with the boad
Yes, I'm sorry. What i wanted to say is that this cooler is not on sale, so i was curious of it's origin Smiley
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April 03, 2014, 09:58:32 PM
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The board is definitely the first-gen hashfats. AFAIK the yoli evo will be a different chip design in order to get higher speeds
So there are gen 1 and gen 2 HF GN chips?

I did not hear about a second hash-fast chip and nothing they said would indicate they had to 2 gens of chips. AFAIK the yoli evo board is simply able to handle the chips designed capacity. Of course if I'm wrong, I welcome corrections.

The cooler is Bargraphics personally provided cooler as coolers do not come with the boad
Yes, I'm sorry. What i wanted to say is that this cooler is not on sale, so i was curious of it's origin Smiley
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Ah, I see, can't help there unfortunately but I'm sure there would be several to many potential customers that would like to know as well Tongue
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April 03, 2014, 10:03:10 PM
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I did not hear about a second hash-fast chip [...]
And this is why i asked to reapeat it, since that it's what he wrote... Smiley
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April 03, 2014, 10:03:27 PM
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The board is definitely the first-gen hashfats. AFAIK the yoli evo will be a different chip design in order to get higher speeds
So there are gen 1 and gen 2 HF GN chips?
after a closer look, i guess not. It looks like hashfast could basically push the chip from 400GH/250W to 500Gh to 800GH/720W. I jumped the gun a bit assuming it was a totally different chip revision that was able to double the speed    http://hashfast.com/hashfast-announces-fastest-bitcoin-mining-chip-in-the-world/    

so it is entirely possible with the right board design the prospector1 could actually push well past 500GH...

ps: i was half-wrong on the H80i. apparently some new high-end CPUs actually do reach >550W when overclocked heavily. Presumably it COULD cool up to a 720W chip

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