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Author Topic: [ANN] [HVC] Heavycoin - Ultra-secure, Decentralized Block Reward Voting, Fast  (Read 539870 times)
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April 11, 2014, 05:00:18 PM
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wallet need to be updated because of the openssl vulnerability




Any coins have their own vulnerability ; Sad Sad Sad

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April 11, 2014, 05:19:29 PM
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Do share your reasons why you vote they way you do, High or low doesn't matter, it's an exclusive feature to HVC! We don't seem to hear much from the 1024 camp. In light of the GPU friendly features I can't find any logic in voting high.

Most don't comment because I imagine they are choosing not to be flamed for it. I voted high till 50% mark now low. Why, because i mined from day 1, higher vote higher reward in the beginning. Now, lower vote, for an extended mint phase. Whether people like it or not miners are mining for profit (majority, excluding hybrid miner/investors), high vote = more coins more to dump. They don't care to wait on prices. They typically aren't looking at the long term future of the coin. Until a coin "Emerges" from the pack most are going to be unbiased.

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April 11, 2014, 05:20:07 PM
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how much power per R9 290? can some one give some idea?
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April 11, 2014, 06:34:06 PM
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Seems like you have room for improvement but obviously depends from the cards and what they can do.
You are currently drawing 7.16W per Mhash. I am at 5.94W per Mhash. So ideally you could cut down your energy draw another 15-20%. 290's should also be a bit more energy efficient than 280x's.



Pls can you share your vcore and conf..  ?
Thank you
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April 11, 2014, 07:41:06 PM
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HVC diff dropped nicely, mining back HVC with all my gear and praying to our lord for the price to launch to moon soon!
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April 11, 2014, 07:58:09 PM
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is heavycoin.zhpool.com down?
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April 11, 2014, 08:11:50 PM
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No, I know the math but I was just wondering why you are running your cards so inefficiently  Smiley ? Even at 21.6Mhash per card I am drawing about ~660W. Low energy costs are one of the main beauty's of this coin Wink
Only requires 0.880mv @ 1000Mhz for me. With fans @ 75% and my cold air intake fan in the garage turned on I am getting temps from 35C - 42C which is damn nice compared 75C-85C mining scrypt  Grin

what is your vcore? 660 for 4x 280x seems too low even on heavycoin


660W is the highest I have ever gotten. I can go as low as 405W @ 17.3Mhash/950Mhz/0.856V but for now I am getting ~480W @ 19.8Mhash/1080Mhz/0.930V.





Seems like you have room for improvement but obviously depends from the cards and what they can do.
You are currently drawing 7.16W per Mhash. I am at 5.94W per Mhash. So ideally you could cut down your energy draw another 15-20%. 290's should also be a bit more energy efficient than 280x's.



Pls can you share your vcore and conf..  ?
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I am using the standard conf: --lookup-gap 0 -g1 -I 8 --worksize 64
I have custom modified my bioses with a HEX editor to get low Vcore values and the card to still boot. But I think with Sapphire cards you can go pretty low using Trixx also.

Here is a list of Watt/Mhash/Mhz/Vcore's I am using:

4x 17,3Mhash @ 950Mhz/0.856V = 405W
4x 18.3Mhash @ 1000Mhz/ 0.880V = 445W
4x 19Mhash @ 1040/0.900V = 460W
4x 19.8Mhash @ 1080/ 0.920V = 480W

I am not using higher setting such as 1150Mhz because it demands too much voltage
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April 11, 2014, 08:51:11 PM
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ZHPOOL: Why don't you compose some nice email to all your miners to set the vote to something low? You are the second largest pool and you have emails of all your miners unlike 1Gh pool which is anonymous. I would explain shortly especially to new miners why it's better choice to vote low these days and that it would drive the price up. But anyway it's important to somehow convince mainly the biggest miners to change their votes, there are just few miners with huge gpu farms who find most of the blocks. So maybe you could write to them personalised email and maybe provide them some bounty when they lower their votes. I believe it will be worth for all of us to make this extra effort and maybe some additional financial motivation.
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April 11, 2014, 09:08:50 PM
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Petition to ban Scam_Exposer from Bitcointalk.  Vote yes.  It only takes a second.

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April 11, 2014, 09:13:45 PM
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I am using the standard conf: --lookup-gap 0 -g1 -I 8 --worksize 64
I have custom modified my bioses with a HEX editor to get low Vcore values and the card to still boot. But I think with Sapphire cards you can go pretty low using Trixx also.

Here is a list of Watt/Mhash/Mhz/Vcore's I am using:

4x 17,3Mhash @ 950Mhz/0.856V = 405W
4x 18.3Mhash @ 1000Mhz/ 0.880V = 445W
4x 19Mhash @ 1040/0.900V = 460W
4x 19.8Mhash @ 1080/ 0.920V = 480W

I am not using higher setting such as 1150Mhz because it demands too much voltage

What about memory clock?
I use 1000Mhz
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April 11, 2014, 10:06:42 PM
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I am using the standard conf: --lookup-gap 0 -g1 -I 8 --worksize 64
I have custom modified my bioses with a HEX editor to get low Vcore values and the card to still boot. But I think with Sapphire cards you can go pretty low using Trixx also.

Here is a list of Watt/Mhash/Mhz/Vcore's I am using:

4x 17,3Mhash @ 950Mhz/0.856V = 405W
4x 18.3Mhash @ 1000Mhz/ 0.880V = 445W
4x 19Mhash @ 1040/0.900V = 460W
4x 19.8Mhash @ 1080/ 0.920V = 480W

I am not using higher setting such as 1150Mhz because it demands too much voltage

What about memory clock?
I use 1000Mhz

Yeah, I use 900 but no difference with 1000. For some reason turning it all the way down to 750Mhz actually starts taking more electricity  Roll Eyes Smiley
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April 11, 2014, 10:17:19 PM
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ZHPOOL: Why don't you compose some nice email to all your miners to set the vote to something low? You are the second largest pool and you have emails of all your miners unlike 1Gh pool which is anonymous. I would explain shortly especially to new miners why it's better choice to vote low these days and that it would drive the price up. But anyway it's important to somehow convince mainly the biggest miners to change their votes, there are just few miners with huge gpu farms who find most of the blocks. So maybe you could write to them personalised email and maybe provide them some bounty when they lower their votes. I believe it will be worth for all of us to make this extra effort and maybe some additional financial motivation.

When you download the cgminer from there pool. the default --vote 1024 on settings. newbie miner dont know about this they will just ignore it and run they miner.
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April 11, 2014, 11:15:09 PM
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ZHPOOL: Why don't you compose some nice email to all your miners to set the vote to something low? You are the second largest pool and you have emails of all your miners unlike 1Gh pool which is anonymous. I would explain shortly especially to new miners why it's better choice to vote low these days and that it would drive the price up. But anyway it's important to somehow convince mainly the biggest miners to change their votes, there are just few miners with huge gpu farms who find most of the blocks. So maybe you could write to them personalised email and maybe provide them some bounty when they lower their votes. I believe it will be worth for all of us to make this extra effort and maybe some additional financial motivation.

When you download the cgminer from there pool. the default --vote 1024 on settings. newbie miner dont know about this they will just ignore it and run they miner.

Sounds like they are trying to force quicker rewards so that they make more money and aren't worried about the coin long term. Sad
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April 11, 2014, 11:45:07 PM
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ZHPOOL: Why don't you compose some nice email to all your miners to set the vote to something low? You are the second largest pool and you have emails of all your miners unlike 1Gh pool which is anonymous. I would explain shortly especially to new miners why it's better choice to vote low these days and that it would drive the price up. But anyway it's important to somehow convince mainly the biggest miners to change their votes, there are just few miners with huge gpu farms who find most of the blocks. So maybe you could write to them personalised email and maybe provide them some bounty when they lower their votes. I believe it will be worth for all of us to make this extra effort and maybe some additional financial motivation.

When you download the cgminer from there pool. the default --vote 1024 on settings. newbie miner dont know about this they will just ignore it and run they miner.

Allowing miner apathy to inflict the most amount of damage. That's disappointing.
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April 12, 2014, 04:45:13 AM
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ZHPOOL: Why don't you compose some nice email to all your miners to set the vote to something low? You are the second largest pool and you have emails of all your miners unlike 1Gh pool which is anonymous. I would explain shortly especially to new miners why it's better choice to vote low these days and that it would drive the price up. But anyway it's important to somehow convince mainly the biggest miners to change their votes, there are just few miners with huge gpu farms who find most of the blocks. So maybe you could write to them personalised email and maybe provide them some bounty when they lower their votes. I believe it will be worth for all of us to make this extra effort and maybe some additional financial motivation.

When you download the cgminer from there pool. the default --vote 1024 on settings. newbie miner dont know about this they will just ignore it and run they miner.

Sounds like they are trying to force quicker rewards so that they make more money and aren't worried about the coin long term. Sad

This is what I think as well. ZHPool, please be so kind and so something about that, it will pay off at the end. I know it's risk for you and you most probably don't wanna end up like HVCPool but we all strongly believe HVC will survive this huge crash and will finally take off to moon soon. BTC is going up, many ALTS are going up and HVC seems to pick up at Mintpal too. Finally my bag is getting lighter. Smiley
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April 12, 2014, 06:15:37 AM
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I am using the standard conf: --lookup-gap 0 -g1 -I 8 --worksize 64
I have custom modified my bioses with a HEX editor to get low Vcore values and the card to still boot. But I think with Sapphire cards you can go pretty low using Trixx also.

Here is a list of Watt/Mhash/Mhz/Vcore's I am using:

4x 17,3Mhash @ 950Mhz/0.856V = 405W
4x 18.3Mhash @ 1000Mhz/ 0.880V = 445W
4x 19Mhash @ 1040/0.900V = 460W
4x 19.8Mhash @ 1080/ 0.920V = 480W

I am not using higher setting such as 1150Mhz because it demands too much voltage

What about memory clock?
I use 1000Mhz

Yeah, I use 900 but no difference with 1000. For some reason turning it all the way down to 750Mhz actually starts taking more electricity  Roll Eyes Smiley

those are lucky voltage, they aren't normal at all, i can't for example stay at 0.920v with 1080 core, the best i can achieve is 950 core/0.950
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April 12, 2014, 06:27:15 AM
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I am using the standard conf: --lookup-gap 0 -g1 -I 8 --worksize 64
I have custom modified my bioses with a HEX editor to get low Vcore values and the card to still boot. But I think with Sapphire cards you can go pretty low using Trixx also.

Here is a list of Watt/Mhash/Mhz/Vcore's I am using:

4x 17,3Mhash @ 950Mhz/0.856V = 405W
4x 18.3Mhash @ 1000Mhz/ 0.880V = 445W
4x 19Mhash @ 1040/0.900V = 460W
4x 19.8Mhash @ 1080/ 0.920V = 480W

I am not using higher setting such as 1150Mhz because it demands too much voltage

What about memory clock?
I use 1000Mhz

Yeah, I use 900 but no difference with 1000. For some reason turning it all the way down to 750Mhz actually starts taking more electricity  Roll Eyes Smiley

Those core/voltage values are amazing. How is that possible for you?
My 4 x 280x rig can only go down to 1080/1.054v @ 19.8 Mh/s = 585W.

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I am using the standard conf: --lookup-gap 0 -g1 -I 8 --worksize 64
I have custom modified my bioses with a HEX editor to get low Vcore values and the card to still boot. But I think with Sapphire cards you can go pretty low using Trixx also.

Here is a list of Watt/Mhash/Mhz/Vcore's I am using:

4x 17,3Mhash @ 950Mhz/0.856V = 405W
4x 18.3Mhash @ 1000Mhz/ 0.880V = 445W
4x 19Mhash @ 1040/0.900V = 460W
4x 19.8Mhash @ 1080/ 0.920V = 480W

I am not using higher setting such as 1150Mhz because it demands too much voltage

What about memory clock?
I use 1000Mhz

Yeah, I use 900 but no difference with 1000. For some reason turning it all the way down to 750Mhz actually starts taking more electricity  Roll Eyes Smiley

Those core/voltage values are amazing. How is that possible for you?
My 4 x 280x rig can only go down to 1080/1.054v @ 19.8 Mh/s = 585W.

maybe his wattmeter is giving non-correct wattage
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April 12, 2014, 06:37:38 AM
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I am using the standard conf: --lookup-gap 0 -g1 -I 8 --worksize 64
I have custom modified my bioses with a HEX editor to get low Vcore values and the card to still boot. But I think with Sapphire cards you can go pretty low using Trixx also.

Here is a list of Watt/Mhash/Mhz/Vcore's I am using:

4x 17,3Mhash @ 950Mhz/0.856V = 405W
4x 18.3Mhash @ 1000Mhz/ 0.880V = 445W
4x 19Mhash @ 1040/0.900V = 460W
4x 19.8Mhash @ 1080/ 0.920V = 480W

I am not using higher setting such as 1150Mhz because it demands too much voltage

What about memory clock?
I use 1000Mhz

Yeah, I use 900 but no difference with 1000. For some reason turning it all the way down to 750Mhz actually starts taking more electricity  Roll Eyes Smiley

Those core/voltage values are amazing. How is that possible for you?
My 4 x 280x rig can only go down to 1080/1.054v @ 19.8 Mh/s = 585W.

maybe is wattmeter is giving non-correct wattage

I doubt it as it seems to be accurate to at least 5W.
Are you able to post a screenshot of GPU-Z sensor tab on one of your 280x while your rig is running?
I'm very curious what the VDDC shows via the sensor.

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April 12, 2014, 07:27:23 AM
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STILL HOLDING MY HVC'S LIKE A BOSS!!!! WHO IS WITH ME?
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