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Disable ULPS (Ultra Low Power State) my friend.

Just realised to that I haven't any dummy plugs does it matter? I have 3 gpus and only one monitor
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There seems to be some issues people have with the pending Rubycoin launch. Originally was set for 0% premine and last minute is now set to 2%.
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Yeah I'm seeing that too. I think people are a little more upset that they weren't upfront with this change. Not indicative of a scam....but pretty scammy in terms of gaining people's trust.
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I may pool Rubycoin for a bit. Any suggestions on which ones?
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Just realised to that I haven't any dummy plugs does it matter? I have 3 gpus and only one monitor

Do you not have the VGA adapters that came with your cards ? You just need 6 75ohm resistors which you can pick up from Maplin (can get the vga adapters too if you need them) to put in certain pins and you're good to go
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I may pool Rubycoin for a bit. Any suggestions on which ones?

I'm using the OcUK pool for Ruby, we have a decent hashrate for it
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are CPU's any good for Ruby?
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are CPU's any good for Ruby?

Depends how much kh/s you're going to get from all those cpu's I'd say though Ruby's probably better than most of the other coins out there because it's brand new so easy difficulty for at least a few days and a pool will be miles better for steady income if you've got a low hashrate. For solo mining these days you need a farm to compete with all the pools
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Do you not have the VGA adapters that came with your cards ? You just need 6 75ohm resistors which you can pick up from Maplin (can get the vga adapters too if you need them) to put in certain pins and you're good to go
I'm using the OcUK pool for Ruby, we have a decent hashrate for it

Yeh I have some 68 ohm resistors but I didn't get any vga adapters with my xfx 290x I will order some later. Thanks
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Yeh I have some 68 ohm resistors but I didn't get any vga adapters with my xfx 290x I will order some later. Thanks

No probs, no idea how close you are to it but Aria's warehouse shop is in Manc, could pick some up there and save the wait and cost for postage
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Depends how much kh/s you're going to get from all those cpu's I'd say though Ruby's probably better than most of the other coins out there because it's brand new so easy difficulty for at least a few days and a pool will be miles better for steady income if you've got a low hashrate. For solo mining these days you need a farm to compete with all the pools

I agree with this statement, but I did want to answer your previous question as far as wallets for solo mining. You certainly can mine with a separate wallet on each machine, but it's inefficient if you're planning on running that many machines (which I assume as neither of the CPUs mentioned allow multi-socket use). I would simply dedicate a single machine as your wallet machine and then direct all of the other machines to mine against that wallet. You should be easily able to do this with a partially multi-homed system (i.e. two NICs but with the second one having a local non-routable address and no gateway address). Obviously that machine needs to have internet access in order to download the block chain and update it as mining proceeds.

Also (perhaps not as obvious but still should be) the machine hosting the wallet should not be mining against itself... If you have that many hosts it will need all it's CPU to handle requests, etc.

Not sure of the loading and you'll be flying 'blind' as far as stales & orphans (unless you likewise set up a stratum server to notify your workers of new blocks) but early on with low difficulty there shouldn't be all that much wasted work. Basically that's all the pools are doing - but obviously with much more allocated to stratum, security, DDoS mitigation, payout distribution, etc...

Maybe I missed something but it never seemed that 'magical' when I last considered setting up a pool of my own. The hardest part is definitely handling proportional payouts - but if it's a 'private pool' that's a total non-issue. Any found block rewards should be delivered to the wallet running on the 'server' machine. biggrin.gif
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