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August 31, 2013, 01:40:04 PM

It's a pool funneling through another pool or a collective of users using the same account. If you were around in the bitcoin-GPU-mining days pool stats like that would not surprise you at all.

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August 31, 2013, 01:51:04 PM

why not asics for scrypt Smiley)) ?
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August 31, 2013, 02:06:54 PM

It's a pool funneling through another pool or a collective of users using the same account. If you were around in the bitcoin-GPU-mining days pool stats like that would not surprise you at all.

LTC network hashrate is: 30.35 GH/sec
So, a pool is having 2Gh/s( 7-8% of network hashrate) and using an other one?
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August 31, 2013, 02:21:56 PM

It's a pool funneling through another pool or a collective of users using the same account. If you were around in the bitcoin-GPU-mining days pool stats like that would not surprise you at all.

LTC network hashrate is: 30.35 GH/sec
So, a pool is having 2Gh/s( 7-8% of network hashrate) and using an other one?
that guy has 2818Mhash now
it's keep going on... Shocked
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August 31, 2013, 03:19:53 PM

It's a pool funneling through another pool or a collective of users using the same account. If you were around in the bitcoin-GPU-mining days pool stats like that would not surprise you at all.

What would be the perceived benefit of this strategy?

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August 31, 2013, 03:57:17 PM


Those are some crazy numbers they are putting up. botnet? super gpu farm?  I mean yochdog has a huge farm but this guy....

Its gotta be a bot net.  Just speaking from experience running my 80,000 kh/s farm, I cannot imagine scaling that up by a factor 30.  I mean, we are talking 3,500 GPUS.

unless someone cracked the fpga scrypt riddle....

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August 31, 2013, 04:48:33 PM


Those are some crazy numbers they are putting up. botnet? super gpu farm?  I mean yochdog has a huge farm but this guy....

Its gotta be a bot net.  Just speaking from experience running my 80,000 kh/s farm, I cannot imagine scaling that up by a factor 30.  I mean, we are talking 3,500 GPUS.

unless someone cracked the fpga scrypt riddle....

It seems to be new hashing power because the next difficulty adjustment is looking to be a really large one, roughly 18.35% and it is still climbing. I'm putting my money on botnet as well. I don't know how much they're testing or what their units perform at, but: https://forum.litecoin.net/index.php/topic,2702.0.html mentioned they are pretty much ready to run. It may be a combination of a few things.

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August 31, 2013, 06:58:12 PM

Re-organized a bank of 83 Erupter USB's (~28GH/s) yesterday.

Also learned that USB 3.0 allows for much less devices than USB 2.0, so had to host the USB 3.0 hubs off the D-Link USB 2.0 hubs to get the devices to properly be recognized by the system.


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August 31, 2013, 08:22:42 PM

Re-organized a bank of 83 Erupter USB's (~28GH/s) yesterday.

Also learned that USB 3.0 allows for much less devices than USB 2.0, so had to host the USB 3.0 hubs off the D-Link USB 2.0 hubs to get the devices to properly be recognized by the system.




That must have cost so much!!!!

Impressive though Smiley
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September 01, 2013, 12:48:54 AM

what are the hubs that have the miners at an incline ?

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September 01, 2013, 02:07:19 AM

what are the hubs that have the miners at an incline ?

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September 01, 2013, 02:47:05 AM

39 Erupters - room for 8 more.
Just ordered 2 Drillbit/Bitfury thumbs too. Wish I had gotten in on the Drillbit Boards when they were available on groupbuy, but I was a bit late to the party.

I've got an upgraded Jalape駉 and Little Single inbound as well.  I expect to have them in hand by 2023. Wink




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September 01, 2013, 03:54:25 AM

I see a lot of rigs with multiple Block Erupters, and tons of USB hubs. Well I have 2 Block Erupters that I picked up for fooling around and testing CraPE with, but I doubt I'll ever mine what they cost back and make a positive ROI. I really think people throw that term "ROI" around without even knowing what it means, but that's another topic for another matter.

Anyways, here's my 90GH/s. It would take over 250 Block Erupters to get the same speed, and these 2 use less than 400W combined! I got another 60GH/s coming soon, and another 60GH/s that was a later order.


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September 01, 2013, 08:41:56 AM

All those nice ASICs!

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September 01, 2013, 03:40:45 PM

It's a pool funneling through another pool or a collective of users using the same account. If you were around in the bitcoin-GPU-mining days pool stats like that would not surprise you at all.

Apparently, all users moved at the same time to give me coins now...

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September 01, 2013, 05:56:42 PM

I see a lot of rigs with multiple Block Erupters, and tons of USB hubs. Well I have 2 Block Erupters that I picked up for fooling around and testing CraPE with, but I doubt I'll ever mine what they cost back and make a positive ROI. I really think people throw that term "ROI" around without even knowing what it means, but that's another topic for another matter.

Anyways, here's my 90GH/s. It would take over 250 Block Erupters to get the same speed, and these 2 use less than 400W combined! I got another 60GH/s coming soon, and another 60GH/s that was a later order.

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I got late in the game and ordered from BFL too, ended up trading my ls and sc for a monarch on the first day they started accepting orders for the card, seemed my best option to get my money back. Getting in early is extremly valuable in this game if you have reasonable gh/$ ratio.  Like you I don't see how is it that so many people buy BEs that most likely never make a positive ROI.
 
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September 01, 2013, 10:21:24 PM

My foray into this BC world Smiley
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September 01, 2013, 10:49:08 PM

I see a lot of rigs with multiple Block Erupters, and tons of USB hubs. Well I have 2 Block Erupters that I picked up for fooling around and testing CraPE with, but I doubt I'll ever mine what they cost back and make a positive ROI. I really think people throw that term "ROI" around without even knowing what it means, but that's another topic for another matter.

Anyways, here's my 90GH/s. It would take over 250 Block Erupters to get the same speed, and these 2 use less than 400W combined! I got another 60GH/s coming soon, and another 60GH/s that was a later order.

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I got late in the game and ordered from BFL too, ended up trading my ls and sc for a monarch on the first day they started accepting orders for the card, seemed my best option to get my money back. Getting in early is extremly valuable in this game if you have reasonable gh/$ ratio.  Like you I don't see how is it that so many people buy BEs that most likely never make a positive ROI.
 
Happy mining!


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September 01, 2013, 11:22:14 PM

Here is 2 pics of my 9 card setup over 2 cases, I have in total 18 x 7950, 1 x 5870, 1 x 5830 , 1 x 5970(offline constant crashing) , 2 x 7970(offline using in gaming rig for friend for BF3)


Pictures:
4 x Gigabyte 7950                 in Haf-XB case (as pictiured) using Antec 1200W PSU limited to 4 cards
5 x Sapphire Vapour-X 7950  in Haf-XB Case (as pictured) using Thermaltake 1500W PSU


5 x Sapphire 7950





4 x Gigabyte 7950








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September 02, 2013, 04:50:59 AM

Here is 2 pics of my 9 card setup over 2 cases, I have in total 18 x 7950, 1 x 5870, 1 x 5830 , 1 x 5970(offline constant crashing) , 2 x 7970(offline using in gaming rig for friend for BF3)

Pictures:
4 x Gigabyte 7950                 in Haf-XB case (as pictiured) using Antec 1200W PSU limited to 4 cards
5 x Sapphire Vapour-X 7950  in Haf-XB Case (as pictured) using Thermaltake 1500W PSU

5 x Sapphire 7950
4 x Gigabyte 7950


Nice! Never seen a 5 GPU rig.
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