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If we have one for each crypto, that could get to be a very long list of achievements for anyone who's been mining very long, or would it be one size fits all?

Just one size fits all, maybe get this thread retitled to include "OC Scrypto Miners club" or something so we can link back to here for general info and help getting started for those interested as I only stumbled on this thread looking through new posts in the forum, if I hadn't then I probably wouldn't had been interested in mining
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does anyone in here have any experience with CoinEX.pw?
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does anyone in here have any experience with CoinEX.pw?

Sure, its a great site tbh. A lot faster than many of the larger exchanges. Mining rewards comes frequently, nice ping even tho across the atlantic for me.

As usual the smaller exchanges have a bit less volume ofc, which usually means higher prices (like allcoin) but on coinex prices are usually really good smile.gif.
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Sure, its a great site tbh. A lot faster than many of the larger exchanges. Mining rewards comes frequently, nice ping even tho across the atlantic for me.

As usual the smaller exchanges have a bit less volume ofc, which usually means higher prices (like allcoin) but on coinex prices are usually really good smile.gif.

Cool beans then, thanks smile.gif

Thought I might check out some of their mining pools as I like the idea of a pool+exchange combo (to automate things), but I've also heard that coinEx is lacking any autosell features too so I'm not sure if it's possible to incorporate 3rd party autosell programs/scripts?
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Cool beans then, thanks smile.gif

Thought I might check out some of their mining pools as I like the idea of a pool+exchange combo (to automate things), but I've also heard that coinEx is lacking any autosell features too so I'm not sure if it's possible to incorporate 3rd party autosell programs/scripts?

Its nice and all, but I think youd be better off using wafflepool smile.gif Better BTC/Mhs. However, if youre into mining for stretches of time and waiting for the alts to flux around its good fun. Also a great way of diversifying a portfolio if youre just getting into mining.

However youre better off checking annoucements, altcoinstats and coinwarz to find your cashcows wink.gif.
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Its nice and all, but I think youd be better off using wafflepool smile.gif Better BTC/Mhs. However, if youre into mining for stretches of time and waiting for the alts to flux around its good fun. Also a great way of diversifying a portfolio if youre just getting into mining.

However youre better off checking annoucements, altcoinstats and coinwarz to find your cashcows wink.gif.

ahh i see i see. thanks smile.gif Regarding wafflepool, where can I read up on miner difficulty "-d" arguments? I'd like to learn what miner difficulty I should be using on my 780 Ti smile.gif

Yeah I've been involving myself in the ANN threads and coinwarz for the past few weeks, and I'll probably keep doing it too (especially this weekend wink.gif ), but I'm also interested to see if there are any "cruise control" methods of steady mining too smile.gif
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ahh i see i see. thanks smile.gif Regarding wafflepool, where can I read up on miner difficulty "-d" arguments? I'd like to learn what miner difficulty I should be using on my 780 Ti smile.gif

Yeah I've been involving myself in the ANN threads and coinwarz for the past few weeks, and I'll probably keep doing it too (especially this weekend wink.gif ), but I'm also interested to see if there are any "cruise control" methods of steady mining too smile.gif

Just use the same figure you used for -w (workload) -assumimg you were using CGMiner thumb.gif
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Just use the same figure you used for -w (workload) -assumimg you were using CGMiner thumb.gif

ahh this is awkward, I've only been using CudaMiner for my gpu, and I never had a -w argument specified for that :/

I'll just go google some 780 Ti CGMiner configs though thumb.gif
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ahh this is awkward, I've only been using CudaMiner for my gpu, and I never had a -w argument specified for that :/

I'll just go google some 780 Ti CGMiner configs though thumb.gif

No need mate, for us cudaminers we dont really need workload/intensity settings in the same way AMD does.
Most sites show a 780 around 350 for example, but with the settings in this thread (T12x24) I got up to 650mhs smile.gif.

Are you using the 2014-02-09 version?
By far the best version imo.



Ill give you a freebie since Ill miss the launch anyways smile.gif. Theres a new coin coming out, keccak algo like maxcoin. Its pokemon-themed so its not very serious, but because of keccak rarity it WILL boom when released onto trades. Also "HELIXCOIN" has a nice ring to it!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=489172.0


Not too known-of it seems, 7 pages, low votes on trading sites etc. But keccak miners are looking to move away from MAX (speculations... ofc) and I really think insta-mining helix for a few nights or something will net you good gains as an Nvidia miner smile.gif.
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No need mate, for us cudaminers we dont really need workload/intensity settings in the same way AMD does.
Most sites show a 780 around 350 for example, but with the settings in this thread (T12x24) I got up to 650mhs smile.gif.

Are you using the 2014-02-09 version?
By far the best version imo.



Ill give you a freebie since Ill miss the launch anyways smile.gif. Theres a new coin coming out, keccak algo like maxcoin. Its pokemon-themed so its not very serious, but because of keccak rarity it WILL boom when released onto trades. Also "HELIXCOIN" has a nice ring to it!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=489172.0


Not too known-of it seems, 7 pages, low votes on trading sites etc. But keccak miners are looking to move away from MAX (speculations... ofc) and I really think insta-mining helix for a few nights or something will net you good gains as an Nvidia miner smile.gif.

Ahh i see, so the argument is basically moot for us? I only started to look into it since wafflepool suggests you 'can specify it if you want'. Yep, 02-09 here, and I agree it's the best build by far. I use different kernels depending on the coin, but this is my go-to foundation for most scrpyt coins:

-i 0 -l T15x24 -H 1 -m 1

nets 850-900khash with a healthy OC on a Ti. 800-850 if you like to set lower temp targets like me haha.

Yep, I've been talking to a few people discretely about Helixcoin (you should join Minusoranges squirrel club btw). It could be good if it's a clean launch. There's a few exciting things happening this weekend, so it shall be fun if you're around smile.gif
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