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April 06, 2012, 01:41:44 AM
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Hi, folks. I'm experimenting with using my 6770 for mining using DiabloMiner. I love how easy this software is to set up, but there's on commandline switch I don't understand...

What does the -g switch do?

I'm getting a respectable 185+ MH with my current configuration, but I'd like to improve my efficiency and keep the other miners in the pool happy. Will setting -g higher (or lower?) help me achieve that? (FYI, I have a good Internet connection and no issues connecting to the server for the pool.)
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April 07, 2012, 07:33:36 AM
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delta between miner asks pool for the work.

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Yes, but how does that affect my efficiency? Should I keep it at a relatively high value so the miner doesn't ask for work it can't handle?
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