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June 05, 2012, 11:09:10 PM
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I'm using Deepbit right now with an average hashing rate of 1.9GHs , I was thinking about maybe switching to a different pool if it gives me a better profit , these electricity bills are getting nice and big  Wink Lol

How can I calculate which pool will give me a higher payout than deepbit ?
Is there a formula I can use to calculate payout ?
Can someone help me ?
Recommendations for pools will be greatly appreciated as well !!

Thank you Smiley

-g2x
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June 05, 2012, 11:11:13 PM
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Just work from 100% and if a pool ask a fee then substract that. Compare each pool and the closer to 100% or above 100% the more you would earn.

...In the land of the stale, the man with one share is king... >> Clipse

We pay miners at 130% PPS | Signup here : Bonus PPS Pool (Please read OP to understand the current process)
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June 05, 2012, 11:19:06 PM
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Just work from 100% and if a pool ask a fee then substract that. Compare each pool and the closer to 100% or above 100% the more you would earn.

Can you give me an example man ?
Sorry for being a pain in the ass . Lol
I'd appreciate it though .
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June 05, 2012, 11:21:21 PM
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I tried Deepbit, MaxBTC, BTCGuild, P2Pool and Ozco.in

The last one seem to be the most profitable for me but my sample size is small.
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June 05, 2012, 11:25:40 PM
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Just work from 100% and if a pool ask a fee then substract that. Compare each pool and the closer to 100% or above 100% the more you would earn.

Can you give me an example man ?
Sorry for being a pain in the ass . Lol
I'd appreciate it though .

Well aside from gpumax(when they are leasing and if you have account there), my pool in my sig is offering the highest gauranteed returns when taking any luck/badluck out of the equation. If that is what you want then this could be for you.

...In the land of the stale, the man with one share is king... >> Clipse

We pay miners at 130% PPS | Signup here : Bonus PPS Pool (Please read OP to understand the current process)
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June 06, 2012, 02:19:48 AM
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I'm using Deepbit right now with an average hashing rate of 1.9GHs , I was thinking about maybe switching to a different pool if it gives me a better profit , these electricity bills are getting nice and big  Wink Lol

How can I calculate which pool will give me a higher payout than deepbit ?
Is there a formula I can use to calculate payout ?
Can someone help me ?
Recommendations for pools will be greatly appreciated as well !!

Thank you Smiley

-g2x

If you want absolutely no variance and a steady payout, https://mtred.com/ offers zero fee PPS payouts. I also recommend http://eclipsemc.com/ and http://ozcoin.net/ as reliable pools with zero fees and a DGM scoring method. To maximize returns, you could probably go with Clipse, since GPUMAX might not let you have an account right away. Always remember to set at least one failover pool in your miner configuration, and if your mining software doesn't support failover pools, I recommend that you switch to cgminer.

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