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November 27, 2013, 05:18:22 AM
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Yep, as getting old, I feel that day by day  Grin

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November 27, 2013, 07:38:37 AM
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Some Chilis with different cooling solutions.



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November 27, 2013, 07:45:41 AM
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You have all of 14 shares in that session, running for a grand total of less than two minutes.

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i was modifying screen resolution so i stoped miners, so you can see both windows clearly.


here is a new image upload if you dont belive



That is definitely scam, there is no way how to squeeze this amount of HR on stock clocks. My Sapphire 7950 3G OC Flex is running stable at 610 kH/s with theese:
--thread-concurrency 21712 --intensity 19 --worksize 256 --gpu-powertune 20 --gpu-engine 1075 --gpu-memclock 1650 --lookup-gap 2


I have one saphire 7950 and maximum hash i can get is 640 Mhs. As i said This MSI 690 Mhs.
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November 27, 2013, 09:32:26 PM
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(These are not my units)

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November 27, 2013, 11:37:05 PM
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(These are not my units)

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Did you remove the fan grills on purpose?

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November 27, 2013, 11:43:50 PM
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yes this is a model. Tell me why would i share the settings so the other ppl can see my settings and automacly hash rate will gonna jump with theese card and difficulty also.

I will share with you for 1 BTC and if you cant get 690 Mhs from each card i will give you back 1 BTC

Because this is a forum and us nice people do so for free. Go look through my posts and see how stingy I am with my settings.

I now call you a liar though, and don't much care to even see your settings. I highly doubt you get 690kh/s from this card, and even if you do it's not stable.

Fucking prick.

You Sir, told him  Shocked
No he's not a liar. I've messaged him about this and I've viewed it with my own eyes. It is stable at 690 kh/s, quite a surprise. I think that there is a screenshot on the forum somewhere too. 1 BTC might be a bit too much at the current rates, but if you have 10+ cards that's an extra 900 KH/s.


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November 28, 2013, 12:04:52 AM
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yes this is a model. Tell me why would i share the settings so the other ppl can see my settings and automacly hash rate will gonna jump with theese card and difficulty also.

I will share with you for 1 BTC and if you cant get 690 Mhs from each card i will give you back 1 BTC

Because this is a forum and us nice people do so for free. Go look through my posts and see how stingy I am with my settings.

I now call you a liar though, and don't much care to even see your settings. I highly doubt you get 690kh/s from this card, and even if you do it's not stable.

Fucking prick.

You Sir, told him  Shocked
No he's not a liar. I've messaged him about this and I've viewed it with my own eyes. It is stable at 690 kh/s, quite a surprise. I think that there is a screenshot on the forum somewhere too. 1 BTC might be a bit too much at the current rates, but if you have 10+ cards that's an extra 900 KH/s.

You are just as dumb as he is, then, or a really shitty sock puppet. Screenshots don't mean anything especially with total runtimes counted in tens of minutes, not hours. Even then, I could run for a while and then overclock the cards and take a screenshot before it crashes, whoopie. Regardless, a card with a stock clock of 840MHz, a single fan, and DOESN'T even have a VRM heatsink IS NEVER going to do 690kh/s. The very best 7950's have a hard time doing that, and they come with 1000MHz+ stock clocks, multiple fans, lots more phases, and most importantly a VRM heatsink.

Not even little stick on heatsinks, nothing...


If you had any experience at all with GPU mining with 78xx/79xx and even the R9 series cards you'd realize how ridiculous this really is.

1BTC can buy a hell of a lot more hashrate than 900kh/s, it can buy two 280x cards, a mobo, power supply, and ram. It would hash at 1500kh/s, and it would retain some resale value unlike some $1,000 cgminer config file. 

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November 28, 2013, 12:09:33 AM
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yes this is a model. Tell me why would i share the settings so the other ppl can see my settings and automacly hash rate will gonna jump with theese card and difficulty also.

I will share with you for 1 BTC and if you cant get 690 Mhs from each card i will give you back 1 BTC

Because this is a forum and us nice people do so for free. Go look through my posts and see how stingy I am with my settings.

I now call you a liar though, and don't much care to even see your settings. I highly doubt you get 690kh/s from this card, and even if you do it's not stable.

Fucking prick.

You Sir, told him  Shocked
No he's not a liar. I've messaged him about this and I've viewed it with my own eyes. It is stable at 690 kh/s, quite a surprise. I think that there is a screenshot on the forum somewhere too. 1 BTC might be a bit too much at the current rates, but if you have 10+ cards that's an extra 900 KH/s.

You are just as dumb as he is, then, or a really shitty sock puppet. Screenshots don't mean anything especially with total runtimes counted in tens of minutes, not hours. Even then, I could run for a while and then overclock the cards and take a screenshot before it crashes, whoopie. Regardless, a card with a stock clock of 840MHz, a single fan, and DOESN'T even have a VRM heatsink IS NEVER going to do 690kh/s. The very best 7950's have a hard time doing that, and they come with 1000MHz+ stock clocks, multiple fans, lots more phases, and most importantly a VRM heatsink.

Not even little stick on heatsinks, nothing...


If you had any experience at all with GPU mining with 78xx/79xx and even the R9 series cards you'd realize how ridiculous this really is.

1BTC can buy a hell of a lot more hashrate than 900kh/s, it can buy two 280x cards, a mobo, power supply, and ram. It would hash at 1500kh/s, and it would retain some resale value unlike some $1,000 cgminer config file. 

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I will not waste my time to convince you in my magic HASH rate. But if you have 20 cards, what 1 BTC can buy for them?!?!
1800 Khs
I know that you would like to know how i did it. I will not tell you my secret and I know that you are jealous! Tongue
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November 28, 2013, 12:14:24 AM
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You are just as dumb as he is, then, or a really shitty sock puppet. Screenshots don't mean anything especially with total runtimes counted in tens of minutes, not hours. Even then, I could run for a while and then overclock the cards and take a screenshot before it crashes, whoopie. Regardless, a card with a stock clock of 840MHz, a single fan, and DOESN'T even have a VRM heatsink IS NEVER going to do 690kh/s. The very best 7950's have a hard time doing that, and they come with 1000MHz+ stock clocks, multiple fans, lots more phases, and most importantly a VRM heatsink.

Not even little stick on heatsinks, nothing...

If you had any experience at all with GPU mining with 78xx/79xx and even the R9 series cards you'd realize how ridiculous this really is.

1BTC can buy a hell of a lot more hashrate than 900kh/s, it can buy two 280x cards, a mobo, power supply, and ram. It would hash at 1500kh/s, and it would retain some resale value unlike some $1,000 cgminer config file.  

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Relax with the insults. I'm just trying to have a discussion here.
Anyhow, I've already stated that at the current rates 1 BTC might be too much. 900$ can't buy all of that in all countries (note: it ain't cheap everywhere like it is in USA). Maybe if he recorded a video (10-20mins or more if necessary)? Otherwise I don't know how he could prove it. Stats from pool?


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November 28, 2013, 01:35:32 AM
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You are just as dumb as he is, then, or a really shitty sock puppet. Screenshots don't mean anything especially with total runtimes counted in tens of minutes, not hours. Even then, I could run for a while and then overclock the cards and take a screenshot before it crashes, whoopie. Regardless, a card with a stock clock of 840MHz, a single fan, and DOESN'T even have a VRM heatsink IS NEVER going to do 690kh/s. The very best 7950's have a hard time doing that, and they come with 1000MHz+ stock clocks, multiple fans, lots more phases, and most importantly a VRM heatsink.

Not even little stick on heatsinks, nothing...

If you had any experience at all with GPU mining with 78xx/79xx and even the R9 series cards you'd realize how ridiculous this really is.

1BTC can buy a hell of a lot more hashrate than 900kh/s, it can buy two 280x cards, a mobo, power supply, and ram. It would hash at 1500kh/s, and it would retain some resale value unlike some $1,000 cgminer config file.  

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Relax with the insults. I'm just trying to have a discussion here.
Anyhow, I've already stated that at the current rates 1 BTC might be too much. 900$ can't buy all of that in all countries (note: it ain't cheap everywhere like it is in USA). Maybe if he recorded a video (10-20mins or more if necessary)? Otherwise I don't know how he could prove it. Stats from pool?

I really don't care if he proves it or not, I still say it's not possible.

This is a screenshot.


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news and evaluation on bitcoin miner and other digital miners. www.cybtc.org(english),www.cybtc.com(chinese),www.cybtc.net(chinese)
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Wow, i thought that was well hidden in the past. Cheesy
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November 29, 2013, 02:08:13 PM
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Oh God. Now you have me wanting to compile the bitcoin software for my NeXTStation. Where is the C code for a good POSIX CPU client?

Seriously. If someone PM's me a link for simple code, I'll post a picture of it hashing. If I fall into a pit of boredom I'll even bum the code so the SHA256 runs on the 56001 DSP. That should get a few more dozen hashes/second...

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(Edit: I have a card like that in my pile somewhere. From a Dual systems UNIX system; wait! I could compile the bitcoin stack on my DEC Professional/380! I wonder if it will fit in 64kb of memory or if I have to break it into segments and swap....)
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Oh God. Now you have me wanting to compile the bitcoin software for my NeXTStation. Where is the C code for a good POSIX CPU client?

Seriously. If someone PM's me a link for simple code, I'll post a picture of it hashing. If I fall into a pit of boredom I'll even bum the code so the SHA256 runs on the 56001 DSP. That should get a few more dozen hashes/second...

C

(Edit: I have a card like that in my pile somewhere. From a Dual systems UNIX system; wait! I could compile the bitcoin stack on my DEC Professional/380! I wonder if it will fit in 64kb of memory or if I have to break it into segments and swap....)

Not so simple, and you're probably going to have to rewrite major portions of it but...
https://github.com/pooler/cpuminer


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November 29, 2013, 03:15:31 PM
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Really cool hardware, love it!

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November 30, 2013, 05:44:47 PM
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Without riser cables and open air box..
temporary solution..




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very nice looking setup, good job.
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