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September 19, 2013, 07:46:19 AM
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The red/green numbers are an average per 10 shifts, starting with the most recent.  The "important" number is the one above all those which gives you the average luck since the difficulty changed.  Neither mean much though since luck can only show you what happened already, it has no effect on future payments, and the luck across the whole difficulty swings up/down quickly during the first few days.

FYI: You can't just average all the %s together since the last red/green number is normally only a few shifts worth of data. Just take the black number directly above.

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September 19, 2013, 08:14:08 AM
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*takes the black number, holds it high above his head for everyone to see, before putting it down gently on a small plinth for others to see later*

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September 19, 2013, 10:34:18 AM
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Got ya. Na my only luck is 2 dlink -dub-h7 with 5 erupters a pice plugged into a pi. however on the otherhand i got 4 dlink + 2 anker hubs plugged into another anker hub that is pluged into my litecoin miner and its just pichy also. I guess the hubs kinda have a mind of there own... damn that sounds familure working with CNC's
I've had good success with cheap hubs powered by the computer PS. So I guess it's as Tim Allen always sez 'MORE POWER' Smiley

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September 19, 2013, 04:28:21 PM
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I have experienced difficulty on login into my account on https://www.btcguild.com. in past couple days. I tried to access my account from Beijing China. Is there any one who had similar experience?
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September 19, 2013, 06:31:22 PM
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I've lost track and am confused, did he say he has silver and blue erupters on hand or coming in? I don't want to order before he has them and end up with black or red ones. Huh

All inventory is blue/silver right now.  No red/black could possibly sneak in.

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5 ordered, that should at least get me some blue ones. Grin

*Comes back and there all silver*  Cheesy Oops. Angry Shocked

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September 19, 2013, 10:49:02 PM
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Another milestone passed for the pool, congrats eleuthria

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September 20, 2013, 03:17:45 AM
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Another milestone passed for the pool, congrats eleuthria

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September 20, 2013, 03:34:43 AM
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It probly was at ther for a moment. Shocked

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September 20, 2013, 03:38:48 AM
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Pool has been moving between 390 and 400 TH/s most of the day back and forth.  Will update the thread topic once the 24-hour average speed hits 400 Smiley.

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September 20, 2013, 04:08:25 AM
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Soo did you send me 3 more silver ones?  Cheesy If you dont know then i guess i have to wait till monday.

Side note. My computer is having issues with 50 erupters i got 2 anker hubs and 7 dlink-dub-h7 hubs. that are all pluged into an anker hub.  i cant figure out if its a hub bad or if its too many erupters. it ran fine with 38 but when i pluged in the other 3 dlink hubs it started not working. any ideas?

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September 20, 2013, 04:17:44 AM
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Soo did you send me 3 more silver ones?  Cheesy If you dont know then i guess i have to wait till monday.

Side note. My computer is having issues with 50 erupters i got 2 anker hubs and 7 dlink-dub-h7 hubs. that are all pluged into an anker hub.  i cant figure out if its a hub bad or if its too many erupters. it ran fine with 38 but when i pluged in the other 3 dlink hubs it started not working. any ideas?

I find USB to be very touchy when you start getting to the 50+ device range, especially when chaining hubs.  While it can be done, it gets very touch & go.  I personally preferred to use 4-port unpowered USB 2 hubs connected to the PC, then chained my hubs with erupters off of those.

As for colors:  Most of the recent shipments have been silver.  Blue has been sent upon request when possible.  There's ~200 left to ship as Silver, at which point it will resume being red.  I haven't opened them up to see if these are the older dark red, the lighter red, or the red with the circular rings.

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September 20, 2013, 04:59:31 AM
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So what would you recomend using then for hubs?

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September 20, 2013, 05:45:24 AM
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Soo did you send me 3 more silver ones?  Cheesy If you dont know then i guess i have to wait till monday.

Side note. My computer is having issues with 50 erupters i got 2 anker hubs and 7 dlink-dub-h7 hubs. that are all pluged into an anker hub.  i cant figure out if its a hub bad or if its too many erupters. it ran fine with 38 but when i pluged in the other 3 dlink hubs it started not working. any ideas?

My Anker (and clones) hubs are starting to suffer from power supply failures now.  I would check that out first by swapping known working power supplies into failing hubs to see if that works.  I've ordered some replacement power brinks from Amazon that have a little more juice to see if that does the trick.
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My Anker (and clones) hubs are starting to suffer from power supply failures now.  I would check that out first by swapping known working power supplies into failing hubs to see if that works.  I've ordered some replacement power brinks from Amazon that have a little more juice to see if that does the trick.

Just cut the leads off the failing bricks, solder on a molex connector, and run them off a PC PSU.  You're wasting your time and money replacing bricks, they just aren't designed for 24/7 running at high load. 

I run all mine off the same PSU that powers my Blades.  Far more efficient too, I'm saving 20W by running my hubs off the ATX supply rather than the Anker hub supplies.  Plus I don't have to worry about a meltdown.
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September 20, 2013, 10:49:55 AM
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2 anker hubs and 7 dlink-dub-h7 hubs. that are all pluged into an anker hub.

Win7 says that you can't go more than 5 deep on chaining USB Hubs.

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September 20, 2013, 01:34:06 PM
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2 anker hubs and 7 dlink-dub-h7 hubs. that are all pluged into an anker hub.

Win7 says that you can't go more than 5 deep on chaining USB Hubs.
And be aware that most of the larger hubs are already chained inside ...

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September 20, 2013, 01:46:39 PM
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Soo did you send me 3 more silver ones?  Cheesy If you dont know then i guess i have to wait till monday.

Side note. My computer is having issues with 50 erupters i got 2 anker hubs and 7 dlink-dub-h7 hubs. that are all pluged into an anker hub.  i cant figure out if its a hub bad or if its too many erupters. it ran fine with 38 but when i pluged in the other 3 dlink hubs it started not working. any ideas?

I find USB to be very touchy when you start getting to the 50+ device range, especially when chaining hubs.  While it can be done, it gets very touch & go.  I personally preferred to use 4-port unpowered USB 2 hubs connected to the PC, then chained my hubs with erupters off of those.

As for colors:  Most of the recent shipments have been silver.  Blue has been sent upon request when possible.  There's ~200 left to ship as Silver, at which point it will resume being red.  I haven't opened them up to see if these are the older dark red, the lighter red, or the red with the circular rings.

I gave up and ordered a Blue one on eBay. Tongue

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September 20, 2013, 05:18:16 PM
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Anker 10 ports are 3 hubs chained internally.

Also note some PCs can have a hub internally too, especially cheaper/older laptops.
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September 20, 2013, 08:50:48 PM
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This is how its setup.
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I got my 3 erupters in the mail early. Any they are BLUE!

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Side note: I have tried playing with ubuntu server and folllowed the instructions and it cannot see any of my erupters on the computer. I have tried that with 5 dlink hubs pluged into 1 dlink hub then plgued into the computer and no luck. 50 of thies little things are becoming more of a hassle. How do ya do it?  Huh

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September 21, 2013, 08:18:26 AM
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... 50 of thies little things are becoming more of a hassle. How do ya do it?  Huh
50 x .335 = only 16.75 GH/s

Yeah not much hashing power there ... for all the effort to set them up ...

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