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May 24, 2011, 02:08:52 AM
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You should be getting 600 MH/s minimum, I'm getting 358 MH/s with one 5850 in Windows 7x64

Use stream sdk 2.4 and phatk kernel

At least?
It doesn't even reach 300MH/s each at stock.

I have mine clocked at 775/1125 currently, I can't go higher without it overheating. I'm already at 100% fan speed.

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May 24, 2011, 02:12:06 AM
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It would be nice if you could make a short formula to make an approximate calculation of how much users can be paid over the course of 24 hours, with a few variables incl. # shares/hour, current reward per round, etc...

There should be no significant difference between pool mining and standalone mining (well, except 2% fee). So feel free to use standard bitcoin calculator. Shares, rounds, score system etc are just tools to track proof of works of individual users in pool...

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May 31, 2011, 04:21:03 PM
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I've already noticed that slush pays out far more than deepbit over the same amount of time. I've only been mining on slush for a few hours and I already have 1 BTC. Compared to the ridiculous 2.5 BTC/24 hr on deepbit -__-

How do I manually pay out the BTC to my address? Is there a "send payment" link...somewhere? Or does it just have to reach the threshold?

Yea buddy, did you really get 1 whole BTC in a few hours on your setup?
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May 31, 2011, 04:28:30 PM
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I've already noticed that slush pays out far more than deepbit over the same amount of time. I've only been mining on slush for a few hours and I already have 1 BTC. Compared to the ridiculous 2.5 BTC/24 hr on deepbit -__-

How do I manually pay out the BTC to my address? Is there a "send payment" link...somewhere? Or does it just have to reach the threshold?

Yea buddy, did you really get 1 whole BTC in a few hours on your setup?

I've been on a crash course the last few days. It seems highly unlikely you did that. With all my updates and down time and research...... Also it seems strange you'd be concerned about an automatic payout....!!! In a hurry? Hey you weren't in MY account were you? HA! One thing I've learned on this forum is there are all types. Man o' man. Some honest folk and some shady, SHADY, sob's!
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May 31, 2011, 11:50:43 PM
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Now it does not seem that on slush's site you can change your login password....at least as far as I've seen.

You can, use link on login page.

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Obviously certain pool members in slush's pool are thieves.

Pretty strong claim. Why necessary *members*? Login page is open for anybody and you used weak password.


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So be careful. It might worth paying a higher commission somewhere else

You don't need to pay higher commissions somewhere else. You have to setup stronger password. Please don't spread FUDs.

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June 01, 2011, 03:26:03 AM
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Now it does not seem that on slush's site you can change your login password....at least as far as I've seen.

You can, use link on login page.

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Obviously certain pool members in slush's pool are thieves.

Pretty strong claim. Why necessary *members*? Login page is open for anybody and you used weak password.


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So be careful. It might worth paying a higher commission somewhere else

You don't need to pay higher commissions somewhere else. You have to setup stronger password. Please don't spread FUDs.

All true. Apologies. I removed the post.
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