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March 30, 2014, 09:32:32 PM
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@mintpal you can get it back to ~4800 with < 0.05 btc at the moment. Just ppl trying to push it down by creating an artificial dump (which isn't there)
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March 30, 2014, 09:33:46 PM
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that 750Ti thing will push price down to 3500 or 3000

yeah right,  blame a GPU model for the demise of a coin. Wink

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March 30, 2014, 09:48:57 PM
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All Network (gh/s)
114.95

1Gh has (gh/s)
54.24

so its way under 51%

very good! Smiley
Yet, noone is buying. Where are those investors whose confidence is so important?
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March 30, 2014, 09:54:12 PM
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that 750Ti thing will push price down to 3500 or 3000

yeah right,  blame a GPU model for the demise of a coin. Wink

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say what you like ...price is going down
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March 30, 2014, 09:57:50 PM
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say what you like ...price is going down
I think he's saying that you can't attribute that to a specific model of graphics card - unless you have statistical data on the cards used for HVC mining, can show an increase in 750Ti use and correlated decrease in price; and even then it's merely correlated Wink

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March 30, 2014, 10:00:56 PM
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And price is back up. Thanks for the cheap coins!
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March 30, 2014, 10:01:38 PM
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say what you like ...price is going down
I think he's saying that you can't attribute that to a specific model of graphics card - unless you have statistical data on the cards used for HVC mining, can show an increase in 750Ti use and correlated decrease in price; and even then it's merely correlated Wink

It's probably bitcoin dragging the price down, not the card.
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March 30, 2014, 10:10:31 PM
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750ti's more hash, less power! Big thanks to the 2 Christians and their ccminer v0.5 for unleashing the potential in these cards!
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March 30, 2014, 10:12:51 PM
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And price is back up. Thanks for the cheap coins!

Where? It still down..
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March 30, 2014, 10:14:24 PM
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say what you like ...price is going down

Look at the 10 day graph of Auroracoin [AUR] and then look at HVC again and rejoice.
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March 30, 2014, 10:22:45 PM
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that 750Ti thing will push price down to 3500 or 3000

yeah right,  blame a GPU model for the demise of a coin. Wink

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say what you like ...price is going down

Stay calm, don't panic - this is a turbulent, negative week for digital currency news from China and a MASSIVE 10%+ drop in price for BTC TODAY alone.

This is a long term game, not short term, more power for this 750Ti just gives even more incentive for GPU miners to get involved, and there's only been small drops/fluctuations in price, when it drops, people, myself included are buying it back up for under 4000sat. But the sales are a TINY fraction of the MASS (extra, comparatively) amount of HVC being mined daily now - the real bulk of miners, even the new GPU powerhouses are holding 90% of what they are mining.

What this coin really needs is more marketing, I believe this is coming next week from SyRenity who will be coordinating marketing activities and promoting the coin to exchanges and getting publicity out there - fact is we have a great, really strong coin here with some fantastic features. IF we can get some marketing going and real press, real publicity and get the word out there then whatever price were at now, 4000sat/5000sat, whatever, will pale in comparison, mining will explode 10-100x over the summer IF people really find out about the cooler chips and mining advantages over LTC and as the ASICs come in to mine LTC

This "battle" isn't about the day to day rise and fall around 4000-5000sat, it's about mass publicity and coin recognition, and then establishing the coin as strong, resistant, reliable over the summer months.

You can also reassure yourself here with the depth chart (https://cryptrader.com/charts/mintpal/hvc/btc) - great guy support, sure, a wall at 5000sat, but I couldn't care less if its 4000 or 5000 right now as I'm holding on till its $0.30 before i take anything out, and then holding the remainder of my 300k HVC right throughout the summer and beyond, I'd love to see HVC up there in the top 5 at the back end of this year, but its a marathon, not a sprint.
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March 30, 2014, 10:29:46 PM
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that 750Ti thing will push price down to 3500 or 3000

yeah right,  blame a GPU model for the demise of a coin. Wink

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say what you like ...price is going down

Stay calm, don't panic - this is a turbulent, negative week for digital currency news from China and a MASSIVE 10%+ drop in price for BTC TODAY alone.

This is a long term game, not short term, more power for this 750Ti just gives even more incentive for GPU miners to get involved, and there's only been small drops/fluctuations in price, when it drops, people, myself included are buying it back up for under 4000sat. But the sales are a TINY fraction of the MASS (extra, comparatively) amount of HVC being mined daily now - the real bulk of miners, even the new GPU powerhouses are holding 90% of what they are mining.

What this coin really needs is more marketing, I believe this is coming next week from SyRenity who will be coordinating marketing activities and promoting the coin to exchanges and getting publicity out there - fact is we have a great, really strong coin here with some fantastic features. IF we can get some marketing going and real press, real publicity and get the word out there then whatever price were at now, 4000sat/5000sat, whatever, will pale in comparison, mining will explode 10-100x over the summer IF people really find out about the cooler chips and mining advantages over LTC and as the ASICs come in to mine LTC

This "battle" isn't about the day to day rise and fall around 4000-5000sat, it's about mass publicity and coin recognition, and then establishing the coin as strong, resistant, reliable over the summer months.

You can also reassure yourself here with the depth chart (https://cryptrader.com/charts/mintpal/hvc/btc) - great guy support, sure, a wall at 5000sat, but I couldn't care less if its 4000 or 5000 right now as I'm holding on till its $0.30 before i take anything out, and then holding the remainder of my 300k HVC right throughout the summer and beyond, I'd love to see HVC up there in the top 5 at the back end of this year, but its a marathon, not a sprint.

Sure it will go up, but i think not so high like x11 coins, i think the community is going to prefer x11..
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March 30, 2014, 10:39:17 PM
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a few questions - I just started mining HVC with one R9 280X and I have settings that I use for other currencies like LTC pretty well set for my board - would the same settings hold true to HVC?

thanks

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March 30, 2014, 10:46:31 PM
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a few questions - I just started mining HVC with one R9 280X and I have settings that I use for other currencies like LTC pretty well set for my board - would the same settings hold true to HVC?

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You can go up 15Mh using 1gh pool,with their cgminer and password VIP, vdcc 1250, core clock 1180 or 1200, intensity 13
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March 30, 2014, 10:53:44 PM
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a few questions - I just started mining HVC with one R9 280X and I have settings that I use for other currencies like LTC pretty well set for my board - would the same settings hold true to HVC?

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Take a look at the hardware comparison http://heavycoin.wikia.com/wiki/Hardware_Comparison for some other miner's configs and settings

BTC: 163pZXhATaWiuGAX9o9y6PuKCF8ipDWnJH
HVC: HJWFdgUJPEw1oiLckBFPBzs8vCTLokCGgd
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March 30, 2014, 10:58:04 PM
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a few questions - I just started mining HVC with one R9 280X and I have settings that I use for other currencies like LTC pretty well set for my board - would the same settings hold true to HVC?

thanks


You can go up 15Mh using 1gh pool,with their cgminer and password VIP, vdcc 1250, core clock 1180 or 1200, intensity 13


not  sure what's wrong:

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[00:51:52] Log date is now 2014-03-31
 [00:51:52] Started cgminer 3.7.3
 hvc.1gh.com cgminer version 3.7.3 - Started: [2014-03-31 00:51:53] - [0 days 00:04:38]
 [P]ool management [G]PU management ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit         
 (5s):380.7K (avg):366.9Kh/s | A:0  R:0  HW:0  WU:0.0/m  WUE:0.0%
 ST: 2  SS: 0  NB: 4  LW: 231  GF: 0  RF: 0
 Connected to stratum02.heavycoinpool.com diff 0 with stratum as user xxx.pc
 Pool 0  Diff: 2.02K  Started: [00:56:08]  Best share: 0
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 GPU 0:  38.0C 2227RPM | 382.7K/370.4Kh/s | R:0.0% HW:0 WU:0.0/m T:2 I:20
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 [00:51:52] Log date is now 2014-03-31
 [00:51:52] Started cgminer 3.7.3
 [00:51:52] Probing for an alive pool
 [00:51:52] Pool 0 difficulty changed to 0.000626
 [00:52:01] Accepted 01fd05dc Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:01] Accepted 01939a48 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:08] Accepted 0488c732 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:18] Accepted 0296c1ab Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:19] Accepted 054995de Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:31] Accepted 0335a988 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:36] Accepted 025dc749 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:40] Accepted 03c74512 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:46] Accepted 2ca50cca Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:52:48] Accepted 02d0230b Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:01] Accepted 03453aa2 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:07] Accepted 04b50bda Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:13] Accepted 05d54581 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:15] Accepted 012c7da4 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:22] Accepted 051195ba Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:23] Accepted 01a3d40c Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:44] Accepted 2aab904a Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:44] Accepted 022283e3 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:47] Accepted 0462db9b Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:53:48] Accepted 037f014e Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:03] Accepted 01caab55 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:04] Accepted 3294b9e1 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:12] Accepted 01ec9050 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:19] Accepted 0344e148 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:28] Accepted 03dc312f Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:31] Accepted 6eac3dfa Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:35] Accepted 025ff04c Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:40] Accepted 0302ff57 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:42] Accepted 047b21cd Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:48] Accepted 055fa5b6 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:54:55] Accepted 05576b5c Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:55:04] Accepted 032e26a2 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:55:36] Accepted 0185fcda Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:56:11] Pool 0 difficulty changed to 0.001252
 [00:56:11] Accepted 7f09a1b6 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:56:12] Accepted 0206a707 Diff 0/0 GPU 0
 [00:56:33] Shutdown signal received.







 [00:56:33]
Summary of runtime statistics:
                   
 [00:56:33] Started at [2014-03-31 00:51:53]                   
 [00:56:33] Pool: stratum+tcp://stratum02.heavycoinpool.com:5333                   
 [00:56:33] Runtime: 0 hrs : 4 mins : 39 secs                   
 [00:56:33] Average hashrate: 371.7 Kilohash/s                   
 [00:56:33] Solved blocks: 0                   
 [00:56:33] Best share difficulty: 0                   
 [00:56:33] Share submissions: 35                   
 [00:56:33] Accepted shares: 35                   
 [00:56:33] Rejected shares: 0                   
 [00:56:33] Accepted difficulty shares: 0                   
 [00:56:33] Rejected difficulty shares: 0                   
 [00:56:33] Reject ratio: 0.0%                   
 [00:56:33] Hardware errors: 0                   
 [00:56:33] Utility (accepted shares / min): 7.61/min                   
 [00:56:33] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 0.00/min
                   
 [00:56:33] Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0                   
 [00:56:33] Unable to get work from server occasions: 0                   
 [00:56:33] Work items generated locally: 231                   
 [00:56:33] Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0                   
 [00:56:33] New blocks detected on network: 4
                   
 [00:56:33] Summary of per device statistics:
                   
 [00:56:33] GPU0                | (5s):382.8K (avg):371.7Kh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:0 WU:0.0/m                   
 [00:56:33]                     
root@rabbit-1:/cgminer_heavy# ./cgminer --heavy -o stratum+tcp://stratum02.heavycoinpool.com:5333 -u xxx.pc -p 123 -w 256 --vote 512 --no-submit-stale  --intensity 20 --thread-concurrency 24768 -g 2 --temp-cutoff 85 --temp-overheat 75 --temp-target 70 --expiry 30 --gpu-dyninterval 7 --log 5 --queue 1 --retry-pause 5 --scan-time 30 --temp-hysteresis 3 --shares 0 --shaders 1792 --gpu-engine 1100 --lookup-gap 2 --gpu-powertune 20 --gpu-memclock 1500


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March 30, 2014, 11:02:50 PM
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a few questions - I just started mining HVC with one R9 280X and I have settings that I use for other currencies like LTC pretty well set for my board - would the same settings hold true to HVC?

thanks

You can get up to 16.5 MH/s with 280x using the following:

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C:\Mining\cgminer-heavy\cgminer.exe --heavy --vote 1 -o <pool> -u <user> -p <password> -I 8 -g 1 -w 64 --gpu-engine 1180 --gpu-memclock 1500 --temp-cutoff 85

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1. Some have better hash with -w 256. But seems most have better results with -w 64.
2. You do not need to use -I (intensity) higher than 8 with 280x. With Intensity of 4, I get about 1-2% less hash rate than 8.
2. GPU core clock can be set between 1150 and 1200 depending on your card. You will need to use 1.2v or 1.25v in most cases.
3. Even with such high voltage and core clock, it uses about 40-50% less electricity than when mining LTC with the same settings.
4. Depending on your system, you may need to use --gpu-powertune 10 (or 20) to keep the card more stable.
5. Both zhpool and 1GH pool have a GPU specific port or password for higher fixed diff. Use them to get the most out of your GPU.


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March 30, 2014, 11:37:31 PM
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a few questions - I just started mining HVC with one R9 280X and I have settings that I use for other currencies like LTC pretty well set for my board - would the same settings hold true to HVC?

thanks

You can get up to 16.5 MH/s with 280x using the following:

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setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

C:\Mining\cgminer-heavy\cgminer.exe --heavy --vote 1 -o <pool> -u <user> -p <password> -I 8 -g 1 -w 64 --gpu-engine 1180 --gpu-memclock 1500 --temp-cutoff 85

NOTE
1. Some have better hash with -w 256. But seems most have better results with -w 64.
2. You do not need to use -I (intensity) higher than 8 with 280x. With Intensity of 4, I get about 1-2% less hash rate than 8.
2. GPU core clock can be set between 1150 and 1200 depending on your card. You will need to use 1.2v or 1.25v in most cases.
3. Even with such high voltage and core clock, it uses about 40-50% less electricity than when mining LTC with the same settings.
4. Depending on your system, you may need to use --gpu-powertune 10 (or 20) to keep the card more stable.
5. Both zhpool and 1GH pool have a GPU specific port or password for higher fixed diff. Use them to get the most out of your GPU.


You can also clock the memory down to 1100 to save some power and heat. As a rule you can't go below 1100 because even though you set it lower the card will run at whatever the default speed is for your card. (IE: If you set it to 1000 and the default speed for your card is 1425 it will run at 1425) bat/conf file settings will not override this.

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March 30, 2014, 11:43:02 PM
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u mad bro ?

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March 31, 2014, 12:13:21 AM
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Well someone is seriously loading up on HVC while keeping the price low.. just look at recent transactions, and the volume traded in the last half hour.. I'd say pre-pump.
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