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June 06, 2013, 03:28:02 PM
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Was that miner running 800 ghash/s or was it really only 700 ? 500 ?

I'm very interested to know. Smiley
  

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shown hashrate is correct, I can say this because I know my hashrate and the pool reports it correctly.

It fluctuates, though, given that even an Avalon is subject to variance in finding shares and the more higher the difficulty you use the more higher your variance.

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lol its not. That shows your effective hashrate. The actual number is what your mining software reports.

My best paid share was a 32k diff and it reported an almost 40 ghash/s spike on the graph. This was after 8 hours of the graph showing a flat line or 0, instead of the 330 mhash/s the 5850 was running at.  

I'm not sure I'm following you here, but if you're mining with a 5850 you should use difficulty 32 and not 32K otherwise you'll have a flat line at 0 for most part of the day.

A 5850 will find a 32K share once or twice a day and the pool estimates your hashing speed from your submitted shares, if you submit few very high difficulty shares in a day its estimation will be wrong.

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June 06, 2013, 03:30:11 PM
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Yeah that's kinda nuts. Smiley

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June 06, 2013, 06:43:43 PM
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Was that miner running 800 ghash/s or was it really only 700 ? 500 ?

I'm very interested to know. Smiley
 

Hippie,

shown hashrate is correct, I can say this because I know my hashrate and the pool reports it correctly.

It fluctuates, though, given that even an Avalon is subject to variance in finding shares and the more higher the difficulty you use the more higher your variance.

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lol its not. That shows your effective hashrate. The actual number is what your mining software reports.

My best paid share was a 32k diff and it reported an almost 40 ghash/s spike on the graph. This was after 8 hours of the graph showing a flat line or 0, instead of the 330 mhash/s the 5850 was running at. 

I'm not sure I'm following you here, but if you're mining with a 5850 you should use difficulty 32 and not 32K otherwise you'll have a flat line at 0 for most part of the day.

A 5850 will find a 32K share once or twice a day and the pool estimates your hashing speed from your submitted shares, if you submit few very high difficulty shares in a day its estimation will be wrong.

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You are definitely not 'getting it' and should read into the posts a little more before you respond.

I also don't need the basics of mining explained to me. I was having some high risk var diff pps fun. Nuff said.

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June 07, 2013, 12:17:48 AM
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You are definitely not 'getting it' and should read into the posts a little more before you respond.

I also don't need the basics of mining explained to me. I was having some high risk var diff pps fun. Nuff said.

I'm not getting what you mean either. Could you explain in a little more detail please?

AFIACT, your problems with the pool's hashrate estimation can be set squarely at the number of high diff shares you submit. You local hashrate is based on the number of hashes you create, not the number of high diff shares you submit.


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June 07, 2013, 06:32:46 PM
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You are definitely not 'getting it' and should read into the posts a little more before you respond.

I also don't need the basics of mining explained to me. I was having some high risk var diff pps fun. Nuff said.

I'm not getting what you mean either. Could you explain in a little more detail please?

AFIACT, your problems with the pool's hashrate estimation can be set squarely at the number of high diff shares you submit. You local hashrate is based on the number of hashes you create, not the number of high diff shares you submit.



There you go insinuating stuff again. I DO NOT have a problem... I am simply making observations and asking simple questions.

And I'm not the only one. BenTuras also asked some important q's.


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June 08, 2013, 02:59:20 AM
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You are definitely not 'getting it' and should read into the posts a little more before you respond.

I also don't need the basics of mining explained to me. I was having some high risk var diff pps fun. Nuff said.

I'm not getting what you mean either. Could you explain in a little more detail please?

AFIACT, your problems with the pool's hashrate estimation can be set squarely at the number of high diff shares you submit. You local hashrate is based on the number of hashes you create, not the number of high diff shares you submit.



There you go insinuating stuff again. I DO NOT have a problem... I am simply making observations and asking simple questions.

And I'm not the only one. BenTuras also asked some important q's.



I'm not getting what you mean either. Could you explain in a little more detail please?

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June 08, 2013, 10:06:16 AM
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You are definitely not 'getting it' and should read into the posts a little more before you respond.

I also don't need the basics of mining explained to me. I was having some high risk var diff pps fun. Nuff said.

I'm not getting what you mean either. Could you explain in a little more detail please?

AFIACT, your problems with the pool's hashrate estimation can be set squarely at the number of high diff shares you submit. You local hashrate is based on the number of hashes you create, not the number of high diff shares you submit.



There you go insinuating stuff again. I DO NOT have a problem... I am simply making observations and asking simple questions.

And I'm not the only one. BenTuras also asked some important q's.



I'm not getting what you mean either. Could you explain in a little more detail please?


Read my posts... again.


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June 08, 2013, 10:11:04 AM
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You are definitely not 'getting it' and should read into the posts a little more before you respond.

I also don't need the basics of mining explained to me. I was having some high risk var diff pps fun. Nuff said.

I'm not getting what you mean either. Could you explain in a little more detail please?

AFIACT, your problems with the pool's hashrate estimation can be set squarely at the number of high diff shares you submit. You local hashrate is based on the number of hashes you create, not the number of high diff shares you submit.



There you go insinuating stuff again. I DO NOT have a problem... I am simply making observations and asking simple questions.

And I'm not the only one. BenTuras also asked some important q's.



I'm not getting what you mean either. Could you explain in a little more detail please?


Read my posts... again.

I did, but I can't "read into the posts a little more" than I already have. How about you just make your points in, er, point form? That should make it a lot clearer, and I might be able to help Smiley


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June 11, 2013, 03:55:51 PM
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Pool keeps hashing around 800 GH/s and blocks keep coming in nicely...

Now, a sign from fireduck would be the topping on the cake...

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June 13, 2013, 09:19:46 PM
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I don't know if anybody noticed... two blocks today  Cool

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June 15, 2013, 05:19:27 AM
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Two more today..
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June 15, 2013, 09:17:04 PM
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Two more today..

Aand two more today Smiley

But pool needs more hashing power, with difficulty rising so fast

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June 16, 2013, 09:12:24 AM
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Yeah it seems to have gone down from ~800Gh/s to ~650 ?.
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June 20, 2013, 06:18:42 AM
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Two blocks in a few hours and a good 400 GH/s more hashing here!

Welcome aboard Mr. 400 GH Smiley

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June 20, 2013, 07:45:16 AM
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Three  Cool

Holy s***t!

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June 20, 2013, 08:23:48 AM
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Holy s***t!

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it is awesome!

Thanks for the tip spiccioli.

I also have been spreading the word a bit
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June 20, 2013, 11:18:57 AM
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it is awesome!

Thanks for the tip spiccioli.

I also have been spreading the word a bit

First of all, we're at four today Smiley

second, I'm glad you like the pool, I'm just the unofficial PR man and an happy sucker here... Smiley

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June 20, 2013, 12:08:35 PM
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BTW,

please note that last block has been paid in part because there are no more confirmed coins, but pool has 100 BTCs to be confirmed (120 blocks) then it will pay the remaining.

I'm writing this for the newcomers, because first time it happens it can be a little confusing to see what's going on Smiley

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June 20, 2013, 05:54:38 PM
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Recently found (and love) this pool and am dedicating enough hash rate to it to stay in about the top 11.   You've got to love the artwork, the operational smoothness, and the FIVE (count them, FIVE) blocks we found already today.

I too am a happy sucker...

Now hanging out on Atomic-Trade.com...
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June 20, 2013, 06:55:49 PM
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im gonna try this one out too as slush payout is too little in my opinion, should get about 1 btc every 3 days with my blade but its been 5 days and im on 1 btc, we will see
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