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May 10, 2011, 11:19:46 AM
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Hello, I using "python OpenCL bitcoin miner" client and running mining at HD4850 with about 62.000khash/s rate. Is it ok? Mb i need to change settings and cmd-file to more optiomized?
And one more question, im a newbie at this stuff - pls tell me how to move unconfirmed rewards points to Confirmed, and get the transfer to bitcoin-account?
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May 10, 2011, 05:31:10 PM
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Hello, I using "python OpenCL bitcoin miner" client and running mining at HD4850 with about 62.000khash/s rate. Is it ok? Mb i need to change settings and cmd-file to more optiomized?
And one more question, im a newbie at this stuff - pls tell me how to move unconfirmed rewards points to Confirmed, and get the transfer to bitcoin-account?

Harware Comparison:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

4850 gets 55 as standard, so yours is fine, but may not be optimized, etc. I was getting 90 with my 4870, but I was costing more for the electricity than I was getting from mining so I stopped. This was before the recent value rise, though.

Confirmed just takes time, so wait.
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