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February 12, 2013, 06:23:02 PM
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Thought that was kinda odd also, but I was looking at recent blocks and should be finding some serious blocks per hour but its not showing up in blocks found. If some has that kinda speed, put them pplsn plan please!
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February 12, 2013, 06:37:44 PM
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Thought that was kinda odd also, but I was looking at recent blocks and should be finding some serious blocks per hour but its not showing up in blocks found. If some has that kinda speed, put them pplsn plan please!

PPLNS gets the benefit of high speed PPS workers Smiley.  We just had really bad luck, but still very positive this difficulty.  We've had many shifts paid 140-200% PPS rate this week.

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February 12, 2013, 07:18:55 PM
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yeah i know, thats what I like about pplns. luck is about to change!  that user now seems to be hanging at 660 ghs is that his speed? holy f#$%  and this is probably just testing.
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February 12, 2013, 08:28:32 PM
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Just warning:  User 67117 is NOT 3 TH/s right now.  I'm helping the user with some internal setup and reset their cached speed calculations, which caused a huge spike in hash rate to show up.  Do not panic Smiley.

For a second I thought someone from BFL is mining at your pool.

You're not too far off.

Could you confirm if it is Asic, Fpga (or gpu) Huh

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February 12, 2013, 08:32:47 PM
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Just warning:  User 67117 is NOT 3 TH/s right now.  I'm helping the user with some internal setup and reset their cached speed calculations, which caused a huge spike in hash rate to show up.  Do not panic Smiley.

For a second I thought someone from BFL is mining at your pool.

You're not too far off.

Could you confirm if it is Asic, Fpga (or gpu) Huh

Its still showing ~800GH/s

It could be Inaba.

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February 12, 2013, 08:38:22 PM
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Just warning:  User 67117 is NOT 3 TH/s right now.  I'm helping the user with some internal setup and reset their cached speed calculations, which caused a huge spike in hash rate to show up.  Do not panic Smiley.

For a second I thought someone from BFL is mining at your pool.

You're not too far off.

Could you confirm if it is Asic, Fpga (or gpu) Huh

Its still showing ~800GH/s

It could be Inaba.



@9:47PM   67117 had   4,132,730 shares
@10:34PM   67117 had   4,637,050 shares
47 min, 2820s and 504320 shares -> 178.83 shares/s (diff1) -> 768GH/s
No idea who they are..


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February 12, 2013, 08:44:57 PM
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February 12, 2013, 08:53:55 PM
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Just warning:  User 67117 is NOT 3 TH/s right now.  I'm helping the user with some internal setup and reset their cached speed calculations, which caused a huge spike in hash rate to show up.  Do not panic Smiley.

For a second I thought someone from BFL is mining at your pool.

You're not too far off.

Could you confirm if it is Asic, Fpga (or gpu) Huh

Its still showing ~800GH/s

It could be Inaba.



@9:47PM   67117 had   4,132,730 shares
@10:34PM   67117 had   4,637,050 shares
47 min, 2820s and 504320 shares -> 178.83 shares/s (diff1) -> 768GH/s
No idea who they are..



I think Eleuthria knows who they are.

Please don't tell me its an ASIC test from BFL.

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February 12, 2013, 08:55:49 PM
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I think Eleuthria knows who they are.

Please don't tell me its an ASIC test from BFL.
If this was one week from now, I could see that. BFL's chips aren't ready and they still don't have a working prototype according to them, so unless they're lying about having working ASICs it's more likely to be ASICMINER.
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February 12, 2013, 09:28:56 PM
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Either ASICMiner or someone's got a big shipment from Avalon Smiley

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February 12, 2013, 09:30:15 PM
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Either ASICMiner or someone's got a big shipment from Avalon Smiley

Or It's Avalon themselves.

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February 12, 2013, 09:36:26 PM
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Either ASICMiner or someone's got a big shipment from Avalon Smiley

Or It's Avalon themselves.

I get the feeling it's ASICminer with their racks of crazy ASIC boards. Man I was hoping to get in before they went live. Bah.
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February 13, 2013, 01:35:52 AM
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A new Stratum server was deployed earlier today and added to the Round Robin DNS for stratum.btcguild.com (the default X-Stratum redirect).  Previous BTC Guild servers have been on colocated servers with virtualized servers on top of them for easier IP reassignment and the ability to launch instances/close them more readily.  This new server is running directly on the bare hardware, and is also using solid state drives in RAID1.

Depending on the performance results (specifically looking at the time it takes for bitcoind to return information needed for a new block), other servers may migrate to solid state drives/bare hardware in the future.

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February 13, 2013, 02:17:33 AM
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user 67117  now 1,007.62 GH/s, wow. I guess the first 1TH user.
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February 13, 2013, 03:29:59 AM
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Just refreshed this thread, noticed the title changed from [4000 GH] to [5000 GH].

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February 13, 2013, 03:35:29 AM
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Just refreshed this thread, noticed the title changed from [4000 GH] to [5000 GH].

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It may just be temporary, but I have to celebrate my victories as they happen Smiley.

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February 13, 2013, 04:56:08 AM
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Just refreshed this thread, noticed the title changed from [4000 GH] to [5000 GH].

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It may just be temporary, but I have to celebrate my victories as they happen Smiley.

BTC Guild may finally make the top of the weekly hashrates - bridesmaid no more Wink

Care to share what happened?

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February 13, 2013, 05:04:09 AM
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Just refreshed this thread, noticed the title changed from [4000 GH] to [5000 GH].

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It may just be temporary, but I have to celebrate my victories as they happen Smiley.

BTC Guild may finally make the top of the weekly hashrates - bridesmaid no more Wink

Care to share what happened?

This: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143664.0

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February 13, 2013, 05:12:30 AM
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Just refreshed this thread, noticed the title changed from [4000 GH] to [5000 GH].

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It may just be temporary, but I have to celebrate my victories as they happen Smiley.

BTC Guild may finally make the top of the weekly hashrates - bridesmaid no more Wink

Care to share what happened?

I can't say who it is, but the age of ASICs has finally hit with more than a single 60 GH/s unit to show for it.  Hopefully the luck bounces around, today was pretty bad overall, but early in the week was good.  Very hopeful to see how next week's charts look Smiley.

I'm going to give credit to Jeff Garzik's quote:  [17:57] <jgarzik> Eleuthria: ASIC miner is most stable when mining on your stratum ;p

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February 13, 2013, 05:24:42 AM
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140$/hr, no biggie.

Damn I would make silk road sold out! (Jk, I don't even use the site or stuff)
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