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November 24, 2014, 09:37:46 AM
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3 weeks.  Grin

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November 24, 2014, 03:23:02 PM
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Just rented 50th for 1 hour .  my fingers  are crossed

let us know how that SP20 fares on mmpool?

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November 24, 2014, 06:07:29 PM
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Just rented 50th for 1 hour .  my fingers  are crossed

let us know how that SP20 fares on mmpool?

I will test mmpool on tues.


the sp20e works fine.  but right now a lot of my gear has rolled over and off mmpool  is there an issue with the pool?

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November 27, 2014, 05:13:22 PM
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Just rented 50th for 1 hour .  my fingers  are crossed

let us know how that SP20 fares on mmpool?

I will test mmpool on tues.


the sp20e works fine.  but right now a lot of my gear has rolled over and off mmpool  is there an issue with the pool?

looks like you may catch up, if not overtake me on shares submitted in the next day. 2 of my SP10's are being shipped back from hosting and my SP20 is still 'on holiday'(™).

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November 28, 2014, 04:02:45 AM
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Just rented 50th for 1 hour .  my fingers  are crossed

let us know how that SP20 fares on mmpool?

I will test mmpool on tues.


the sp20e works fine.  but right now a lot of my gear has rolled over and off mmpool  is there an issue with the pool?

looks like you may catch up, if not overtake me on shares submitted in the next day. 2 of my SP10's are being shipped back from hosting and my SP20 is still 'on holiday'(™).

I just ordered another s20E

I used your referral  link.


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November 28, 2014, 07:20:18 AM
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Just rented 50th for 1 hour .  my fingers  are crossed

let us know how that SP20 fares on mmpool?

I will test mmpool on tues.


the sp20e works fine.  but right now a lot of my gear has rolled over and off mmpool  is there an issue with the pool?

looks like you may catch up, if not overtake me on shares submitted in the next day. 2 of my SP10's are being shipped back from hosting and my SP20 is still 'on holiday'(™).

I just ordered another s20E

I used your referral  link.



Thanks again.
Bleary eyed and not out of bed yet; we hit a block yet?

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November 29, 2014, 10:34:00 AM
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First dgm pool for me as a newbie miner....hope it would be good  Smiley
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November 29, 2014, 07:54:36 PM
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First dgm pool for me as a newbie miner....hope it would be good  Smiley
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November 29, 2014, 08:39:34 PM
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I found rentals! =)
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November 29, 2014, 08:45:29 PM
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I found rentals! =)

haha. well find a block!

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November 29, 2014, 09:47:21 PM
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I've rented some rigs for this pool and placed my own 2 machines from home to this pool, why the hashing speed from the rented machine is not as good as advertised?
I'm using a standard diff rate at home (just "x" for the password) and my machines are doing good. Do we have to set up for a specific diff rate or something?
Thank You for any advises.

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I've rented some rigs for this pool and placed my own 2 machines from home to this pool, why the hashing speed from the rented machine is not as good as advertised?
I'm using a standard diff rate at home (just "x" for the password) and my machines are doing good. Do we have to set up for a specific diff rate or something?
Thank You for any advises.

 mmpool will take a couple of hours to show your full power.

If you can be more specific which miners you have pointed, i can possibly help with diff levels to use?


I set my s3's at d=160
My sp10's at d=1024
My sp20 at d=1024


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November 29, 2014, 10:41:31 PM
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 mmpool will take a couple of hours to show your full power.

If you can be more specific which miners you have pointed, i can possibly help with diff levels to use?


I set my s3's at d=160
My sp10's at d=1024
My sp20 at d=1024



Thanks a lot for your reply raskul.

My S1 and S2 are at home, both are using the "x" only for the password but the hashing speed is good at average as pasted below.



Elapsed    GH/S(5s)    GH/S(avg)
12h14m55s  1,013.79    1,005.85

Do i have to set d=256 for S1 and d=1024 for S2?

While 3 of my rented rigs are pulled back to slushpool since the hashing rate are horrible and i'm not quite sure about the machine type,they could be form a farm or something....or do we have to set their diff base according to their advertised hashing speed?

Once again, thank you.


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November 29, 2014, 10:43:20 PM
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i'd set the s1 d=128
and the s2 d=512

you should see less rejects with that.

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November 29, 2014, 10:47:37 PM
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i'd set the s1 d=128
and the s2 d=512

you should see less rejects with that.

that's great! i will set those diff at my machine now  Smiley
thanks a lot raskul.

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While 3 of my rented rigs are pulled back to slushpool since the hashing rate are horrible and i'm not quite sure about the machine type,they could be form a farm or something....or do we have to set their diff base according to their advertised hashing speed?

Once again, thank you.




you're welcome

it would help to know what the individual miners are that you are renting, and the only problem i've encountered in mmpool is that you have one single worker to which, all your miners point. being able to specify workers for each miner would be preferable, but i get around it...

I have tried in the past to set an 'overall' difficulty which corresponds to the full hashrate, but gotten many rejects.so.. this is why i set individual difficulty on each miner. mmpool seems to like the setting at a lower difficulty than your hashrate, for some reason.

under 1TH/s, i set d=256 or d=160 or d=128 (depending on the miner hashrate)
so, for up to 1TH/s, i set d=512
for up to 2TH/s, i set d=1024

and so on...

not sure if this will help in your particular scenario but this method works ok for me


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you're welcome

it would help to know what the individual miners are that you are renting, and the only problem i've encountered in mmpool is that you have one single worker to which, all your miners point. being able to specify workers for each miner would be preferable, but i get around it...

I have tried in the past to set an 'overall' difficulty which corresponds to the full hashrate, but gotten many rejects.so.. this is why i set individual difficulty on each miner. mmpool seems to like the setting at a lower difficulty than your hashrate, for some reason.

under 1TH/s, i set d=256 or d=160 or d=128 (depending on the miner hashrate)
so, for up to 1TH/s, i set d=512
for up to 2TH/s, i set d=1024

and so on...

not sure if this will help in your particular scenario but this method works ok for me



My machines are restarting with d=128 and d=512 i'll check for the upcoming hours to be compared with previous diff I've placed.  Wink
I got it now raskul, I've rented 2 machines with 1 TH each and 1 machine with 6 TH, will try to put those diffs at each setting now, hope they'll be good.

Need to add more machines at home i guess, since i rented rigs for trial and error at many pools looking for the best result.....S3 could be rational for me...for now....for a long term.
Thank you.

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you're welcome

it would help to know what the individual miners are that you are renting, and the only problem i've encountered in mmpool is that you have one single worker to which, all your miners point. being able to specify workers for each miner would be preferable, but i get around it...

I have tried in the past to set an 'overall' difficulty which corresponds to the full hashrate, but gotten many rejects.so.. this is why i set individual difficulty on each miner. mmpool seems to like the setting at a lower difficulty than your hashrate, for some reason.

under 1TH/s, i set d=256 or d=160 or d=128 (depending on the miner hashrate)
so, for up to 1TH/s, i set d=512
for up to 2TH/s, i set d=1024

and so on...

not sure if this will help in your particular scenario but this method works ok for me



My machines are restarting with d=128 and d=512 i'll check for the upcoming hours to be compared with previous diff I've placed.  Wink
I got it now raskul, I've rented 2 machines with 1 TH each and 1 machine with 6 TH, will try to put those diffs at each setting now, hope they'll be good.

Need to add more machines at home i guess, since i rented rigs for trial and error at many pools looking for the best result.....S3 could be rational for me...for now....for a long term.
Thank you.

try the 1TH/s at d=512 and the 6TH/s at d=3072

i *think* you will see little to no rejects with these difficulty settings.
best luck!

ADD: Oh! PS. when i rent, i go looking for SP-Tech rigs available for rental, with those, you really can just put x as password.

PPS. my S3's were a bitch to get right at mmpool

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try the 1TH/s at d=512 and the 6TH/s at d=3072

i *think* you will see little to no rejects with these difficulty settings.
best luck!

ADD: Oh! PS. when i rent, i go looking for SP-Tech rigs available for rental, with those, you really can just put x as password.

PPS. my S3's were a bitch to get right at mmpool

Will do that raskul, this is great!
SP- Tech is a beast machine! One of my fave machine, hope can have it one day  Cry

hahaha thank you, will avoid that bitch to be rented from now on then Cheesy

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try the 1TH/s at d=512 and the 6TH/s at d=3072

i *think* you will see little to no rejects with these difficulty settings.
best luck!

ADD: Oh! PS. when i rent, i go looking for SP-Tech rigs available for rental, with those, you really can just put x as password.

PPS. my S3's were a bitch to get right at mmpool

Will do that raskul, this is great!
SP- Tech is a beast machine! One of my fave machine, hope can have it one day  Cry

hahaha thank you, will avoid that bitch to be rented from now on then Cheesy

S3's work fine d=160 at mmpool, it just took me lots of tries to get it right.

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