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May 13, 2012, 12:48:39 PM
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Okay so Hi everyone.
I'm new to bitcoin mining and I have myself a rig with 1 5970 and 1 5850.
That should give me 1 ghash/s.

So I only pay a flat rate each month which does not change whether I use more water or electricity. So electricity is not a problem. I've read all the guides etc.

What is the best mining pool with the highest rewards for me?
And I am using windows 7.

Thanks.
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My favourite pool is http://eligius.st

It doesn't require you to sign-up, although it can be confusing to setup. It also has no fees (they only take transaction fees from found blocks), is hop-proof, and it supports merged mining with NMC.

I also use Eligius with http://gpumax.com to maximize my profits (thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55819.0 ).

For mining software, I recommend cgminer, as it is the fastest mining software I tried, and allows you to control your temps + overclock as well.



Alright thanks mate.

I think I'll join that pool.
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