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September 30, 2011, 11:13:29 PM
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Hi,

List your CPU and mining speed for TENEBRIX

Intel Core i5-2500s @2.7GHz

using 4 threads

1.37-1.41 khash/sec
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October 01, 2011, 12:54:14 AM
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Both in Linux...

Celeron 420 @ 1.6ghz - 1.08 kh/s
Core2Quad 9400 @ 2.66ghz - 2.05 kh/s per core (8.2kh/s)

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October 01, 2011, 06:58:59 AM
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similar numbers and.
last 14 h = 0 coins. Fuck that! Smiley
If you believe it's going to last and price will go up, buy the coin. Less risk and less bullshit involved (an your ROI is better).
Actually, what pisses me off are those 7.7 million premined coins aka it takes 3 year for all of us to even get close to this number.

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October 01, 2011, 07:32:13 AM
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Hi,

List your CPU and mining speed for TENEBRIX

Intel Core i5-2500s @2.7GHz

using 4 threads

1.37-1.41 khash/sec


that seems a little low, i'm getting similar numbers with a q9400 mining on windows.
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October 01, 2011, 08:53:23 AM
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Attention-attention, pool starting real soon now (might even be today if nothing blows up at simplecoin.us)

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October 01, 2011, 11:04:53 AM
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Still trying to start my GG pool, but still trying Sad

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October 01, 2011, 12:29:30 PM
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Dual Xeon X5677  @ 3.47GHz : 2 x 4 cores x 2 threads run with 16 threads, Hyper Threading enabled, Turbo Boost enabled
Not optimized (yet).

~20.5 kH/s

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[2011-10-01 21:19:02] thread 4: 6925 hashes, 0.98 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:02] thread 8: 6425 hashes, 1.28 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:02] thread 13: 6425 hashes, 1.27 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:02] thread 15: 5808 hashes, 1.27 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 12: 5975 hashes, 1.14 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 0: 6462 hashes, 1.26 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 3: 6205 hashes, 1.28 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 10: 6425 hashes, 1.28 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 9: 6425 hashes, 1.28 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 14: 6301 hashes, 1.27 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 5: 6205 hashes, 1.27 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 6: 6205 hashes, 1.28 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:04] thread 1: 6205 hashes, 1.28 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:05] thread 11: 6301 hashes, 1.28 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:06] thread 2: 6205 hashes, 1.28 khash/sec
[2011-10-01 21:19:07] thread 7: 6205 hashes, 1.14 khash/sec
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October 01, 2011, 02:24:45 PM
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Oh that reminds me a lot of auction houses practically throw out old dual and quad xeon and itanium rack mount servers. I remember them being pretty useless because they had DDR1 EECRAM. Might be ok for a project like this though but the power consumption might not be very good. They were heavy as hell. You needed a trolly to move them and they take up a lot of space.

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October 01, 2011, 02:49:18 PM
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Well I have tons of these servers, but the thought of racking them again and powering them for a few hashes will be a nightmare.   Still trying to convert their PCI to PCIe and doing more moderate hashing.
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October 01, 2011, 03:14:31 PM
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CPUs follow the same curve as GPUs.
A server that uses DDR1 will consume at least 2-4 times as much power per hash as a modern one.

Anybody who thinks using CPUs removes the benefit of throwing modern hardware at the issue is deluding themselves, really.
The ultimate setup for bitcoin is an AMD board and 5870 class cards (6970, 5970, 6990), the ultimate setup for Tenebrix is likely Phenom II X6 CPUs in a board, or 2600Ks.
Either way the people with access to more money get more hashes.
Hell the price of a one-unit upgrade is even about the same.
PhII+cheap mobo+ cheap ram is around $200-240, same as a 5870 was.

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October 01, 2011, 03:34:55 PM
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CPUs follow the same curve as GPUs.
A server that uses DDR1 will consume at least 2-4 times as much power per hash as a modern one.

Anybody who thinks using CPUs removes the benefit of throwing modern hardware at the issue is deluding themselves, really.
The ultimate setup for bitcoin is an AMD board and 5870 class cards (6970, 5970, 6990), the ultimate setup for Tenebrix is likely Phenom II X6 CPUs in a board, or 2600Ks.
Either way the people with access to more money get more hashes.
Hell the price of a one-unit upgrade is even about the same.
PhII+cheap mobo+ cheap ram is around $200-240, same as a 5870 was.

the average cpu is a lot more competitive relative to a top mining cpu then the average graphics card v a mining card.  Non high end ati cards are completely worthless for mining.
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October 01, 2011, 04:08:16 PM
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Average CPU is probably a core2duo, it'll get between 2 and 4kh depending on the model, OS, and overclocking.
Top mining CPU is almost certainly a 990x heavily overclocked, say 4.0-4.4ghz or so.
It should weigh in at 16-20kh/s.
So yeah, there's a smaller gap, but it's still mighty large.
Have fun finding a block with a core2duo Tongue

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October 01, 2011, 04:15:39 PM
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Phenom II costs a fraction of a top GPU and is far more commonly encountered that high-end videocards.

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October 01, 2011, 05:24:14 PM
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Don't really know if I am doing this correctly but mining on a 2600K at stock everything gets me around 0.95 for each thread so about 0.95*8 in total 7.6 khashes/s. Anyone else with a 2600K ? Might try to OC.
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October 01, 2011, 07:17:27 PM
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October 01, 2011, 07:39:37 PM
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Pool open @ simplecoin.us

Doesn't seem functional just yet.  Can we use GUIMiner for this?  IF so, do we use ufasoft (CPU miner)?  Mine doesn't seem to be working yet.

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October 01, 2011, 07:42:43 PM
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Pool open @ simplecoin.us

Doesn't seem functional just yet.  Can we use GUIMiner for this?  IF so, do we use ufasoft (CPU miner)?  Mine doesn't seem to be working yet.

No, Tenebrix is cpu mining only via Tenebrix Miner so far (minerd), it's included in the windows pack, linux users can find it on github and build.

And it works like a charm - my Tenebrix miner is finding moneys and not afraid of anything !

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October 01, 2011, 07:51:52 PM
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Pool open @ simplecoin.us

Doesn't seem functional just yet.  Can we use GUIMiner for this?  IF so, do we use ufasoft (CPU miner)?  Mine doesn't seem to be working yet.

No, Tenebrix is cpu mining only via Tenebrix Miner so far (minerd), it's included in the windows pack, linux users can find it on github and build.

And it works like a charm - my Tenebrix miner is finding moneys and not afraid of anything !

The windows pack of guiminer?  Sorry, I'm dumb and haven't been keeping up with all the latest versions of things.  Does anyone have a link to get that miner?

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October 01, 2011, 07:53:37 PM
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Only running on my headless miner. It's a 4core 3+ghz Phenom II, getting 1.8kh/s per core

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October 01, 2011, 07:55:10 PM
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Pool open @ simplecoin.us

Doesn't seem functional just yet.  Can we use GUIMiner for this?  IF so, do we use ufasoft (CPU miner)?  Mine doesn't seem to be working yet.

No, Tenebrix is cpu mining only via Tenebrix Miner so far (minerd), it's included in the windows pack, linux users can find it on github and build.

And it works like a charm - my Tenebrix miner is finding moneys and not afraid of anything !

The windows pack of guiminer?  Sorry, I'm dumb and haven't been keeping up with all the latest versions of things.  Does anyone have a link to get that miner?

check out www.tenebrix.org

And no, that is not a GUIMiner, that is specialsauce Tenebrix miner

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