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February 28, 2012, 09:43:52 PM
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heh I remember when mining was a hobby for me

that was about 1 year and 25 GPUs ago Tongue
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February 28, 2012, 09:47:27 PM
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heh I remember when mining was a hobby for me

that was about 1 year and 25 GPUs ago Tongue

25 GPU cores - sounds about right.
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February 28, 2012, 10:13:55 PM
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y'know.

you should name your service gpumaxcasino for the buyers.







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February 28, 2012, 10:59:09 PM
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y'know.

you should name your service gpumaxcasino for the buyers.



You're way too greedy Cheesy

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February 28, 2012, 11:53:20 PM
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you should name your service gpumaxcasino for the buyers.


Hey.. I think he's on to something here..  just imagine the much expanded target audience for purchasing shares...   Put in some virtual roulette wheels, slots, fancy it all up and the buyers gamblers wouldn't even know they were buying mining shares !!!!!   As a net seller of shares, I whole-heartedly endorse this new, expanded target market Smiley

OK, back to your regularly scheduled "its still beta" discussion...

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February 29, 2012, 01:52:38 AM
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OK, back to your regularly scheduled "its still beta" discussion...
OK I'll bite. Isn't all of Bitcoin in beta? Tongue Just click Help > About Bitcoin-qt.... Bitcoin version 0.5.2-beta

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February 29, 2012, 01:59:23 AM
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sometimes I think my marriage is still in beta  Tongue

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February 29, 2012, 04:13:32 AM
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sometimes I think my marriage is still in beta  Tongue



Does that mean you can dump her for a RC2 wife?

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February 29, 2012, 04:22:27 AM
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sometimes I think my marriage is still in beta  Tongue


Does that mean you can dump her for a RC2 wife?

This is why I opted for a rolling (re)lease; the upgrades can even overlap.
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February 29, 2012, 04:31:03 AM
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sometimes I think my marriage is still in beta  Tongue


Does that mean you can dump her for a RC2 wife?

This is why I opted for a rolling (re)lease; the upgrades can even overlap.

Sorry Honey, I switched git branches this week.

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February 29, 2012, 04:31:53 AM
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yeah only problem was she wouldn't compile so i had to get the dependencies

apt-get install job
apt-get install house
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February 29, 2012, 04:35:09 AM
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I submitted a bug report and got told to fork off

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February 29, 2012, 07:33:52 AM
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OK because everybody said CGMiner was so great I decided to finally switch over (well mostly now since both babies are asleep  Wink ).  I have been able to get it to work on my single card rigs like my PC at home using this line:

cgminer -o http://gpumax.com:8332 -u 4f385447ccaa1017760af1b8 -p abc123 -o pool.ABCPool.co:8332 -u genericuser -p genericpw -I 9 --failover-only

Does that sound about right?  I figure I'll let afterburner and Trixx handle the clocks since I was able to get the memory down to 180.


My next question is what do I do about my multicard rigs?  I have 4 GD70s running 6870s.  In the past I have always made a worker for every card - that way I know if any specific card is acting up instead of guessing which one in a rig.  Is there any way to tell CGMiner to use one worker for one device and another worker for another?  In GUIminer this is easy as I just create a new worker for each card.

I didn't bother to make a config file - I'm assuming that's OK.


Pirate, you seem to done a great job getting the miner hangs worked out (guess it was a load balancing issue).  I redirected all hashing back to GPUMax this morning and not a single problem in last 16 hours  Grin

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February 29, 2012, 12:15:28 PM
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OK because everybody said CGMiner was so great I decided to finally switch over (well mostly now since both babies are asleep  Wink ).  I have been able to get it to work on my single card rigs like my PC at home using this line:

cgminer -o http://gpumax.com:8332 -u 4f385447ccaa1017760af1b8 -p abc123 -o pool.ABCPool.co:8332 -u genericuser -p genericpw -I 9 --failover-only

Does that sound about right?  I figure I'll let afterburner and Trixx handle the clocks since I was able to get the memory down to 180.


My next question is what do I do about my multicard rigs?  I have 4 GD70s running 6870s.  In the past I have always made a worker for every card - that way I know if any specific card is acting up instead of guessing which one in a rig.  Is there any way to tell CGMiner to use one worker for one device and another worker for another?  In GUIminer this is easy as I just create a new worker for each card.

I didn't bother to make a config file - I'm assuming that's OK.


Pirate, you seem to done a great job getting the miner hangs worked out (guess it was a load balancing issue).  I redirected all hashing back to GPUMax this morning and not a single problem in last 16 hours  Grin

its best just to use one instance of cgminer for the whole rig - to take the guess work out use --gpu-reorder and it will order them the same way trixx does that way if see a card sick or something you will know which one it is
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February 29, 2012, 04:27:15 PM
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i'm done with gpumax.

it's just frustrating when the purchase is activated waaaay after payment has been made, and at random times.
precision is key for me, and i can't get it from you.

i'll be back when i can control my timings as precise as possible.






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February 29, 2012, 04:31:07 PM
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i'm done with gpumax.

it's just frustrating when the purchase is activated waaaay after payment has been made, and at random times.
precision is key for me, and i can't get it from you.

i'll be back when i can control my timings as precise as possible.
Blah blah blah, I'll keep making extra for my miners!

If you need precise control, run your own bithopper.

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February 29, 2012, 04:35:36 PM
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i'm done with gpumax.

it's just frustrating when the purchase is activated waaaay after payment has been made, and at random times.
precision is key for me, and i can't get it from you.

i'll be back when i can control my timings as precise as possible.
Blah blah blah, I'll keep making extra for my miners!

If you need precise control, run your own bithopper.

Im sure he does, but he wants to buy extra hashing power to hop with. Clearly that needs some predictable timing to work. If GPUmax ever makes that possible, it will have interesting consequences. In a way it would "democratize" hopping, since hoppers will bid for shares to the point they are profitable, and the profits will be distributed among all gpumax members.

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February 29, 2012, 04:47:09 PM
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i'm done with gpumax.

it's just frustrating when the purchase is activated waaaay after payment has been made, and at random times.
precision is key for me, and i can't get it from you.

i'll be back when i can control my timings as precise as possible.
Blah blah blah, I'll keep making extra for my miners!

If you need precise control, run your own bithopper.

Im sure he does, but he wants to buy extra hashing power to hop with. Clearly that needs some predictable timing to work. If GPUmax ever makes that possible, it will have interesting consequences. In a way it would "democratize" hopping, since hoppers will bid for shares to the point they are profitable, and the profits will be distributed among all gpumax members.
Yeah, GPUMAX needs a bid-ask spread beyond 2 selectable options. And a tickbox that would allow hashes to be sent to a customer's own bithopper, while adding a fee to pay for the inevitable stales and rejects.

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February 29, 2012, 04:58:37 PM
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Yeah, GPUMAX needs a bid-ask spread beyond 2 selectable options. And a tickbox that would allow hashes to be sent to a customer's own bithopper, while adding a fee to pay for the inevitable stales and rejects.

Regarding pointing purchases to personal bithoppers:  Keep in mind that most consumer internet feeds couldn't handle a full bore 100+ GHhash purchase GPUMAX is now capable of providing.  I think it would be a necessity to put in configurable hashrate caps as well.  Lacking some kind of control, I can see the packet loss rate taking down not only the buyer, but screwing up GPUMAX as a whole.  As pirate would say:  "they can't handle the heat"

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February 29, 2012, 05:00:38 PM
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i'm done with gpumax.

it's just frustrating when the purchase is activated waaaay after payment has been made, and at random times.
precision is key for me, and i can't get it from you.

i'll be back when i can control my timings as precise as possible.
Blah blah blah, I'll keep making extra for my miners!

If you need precise control, run your own bithopper.
i am running my own hopper. it is a separate system altogether. i don't point gpumax to my hopper, the rig just can't handle it, i realized that long time ago.
there are several techniques where bithopper can't do, only gpumax and perfect timing can.

this is the point of having an additional hashing-provider service, to earn more $?
i stop using service that's unreliable and costs me $ in the long run.

hoppers still hopping, but booster needs keep on boosting, as precise as possible. not 6 hours later.

i'm not stupid enough to point gpumax purchases to pps pools.






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