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aaaaand clevermining is tanking...where do I/we go from here?

EDIT: How much does everyone trust coinbase? It seems like they want an awful lot of information to transfer BTC to USD. Couldn't they just use paypal? I really don't feel comfortable giving them all my banking info.

I think it makes them more trustworthy to require so much info. It's not like some shady international exchange that requires very minimal information, but still ties to your bank or requires a credit card. They are based out of California, so they must have some accountability as well. Paypal for example requires the same type of info to connect your account to your bank, CC, etc.
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I just tried different clocks, 1130/1505 with 2 different thread concurrencies and intensities both 13 and 20.

Still no change in the hashrate.

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I was going to suggest you delete your bin files after making changes, since you said there was no changes, but then later you were getting some movement so that probably isn't the issue. Did you already try CGminer?
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Have you tried CleverMining? I've use Trademybit, Middlecoin, Hashcows and Clevermining and I've been happiest with Clevermining.

I had the same problem with Hashcows, 2 days of mining and only a couple dollars to show for it with 1MH/s of power, after I saw that I left and haven't been back.

Yeah, but my God. Cleverminer is returning .00645 per MH. I don't even know what to do.

I'm pretty sure I read in here that all of those multipools were getting in that range now because BTC price went back up. It was explained that the pools were getting .01 before when BTC was low, at $400-500, now that BTC is up near $700, those pools were averaging around .007/MH/day but since BTC is worth more, they were actually bringing in roughly the same amount of $$, slightly less though.

They may not be the best option at the moment though, definitely worth tracking your stats if you are using one of them.
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What do I do, run the ATI flash? What risks are associated with this?

dump your bios with gpu-z for backup
open vbe7 & crossref mem, voltage controller etc

run atiwinflash with admin privies & update with stilts if it matches your card

VBE7.0.0.7b.zip 550k .zip file

there is a risk? but minimal.

download just atiflash if you want to do it through Dos & a usb stick.
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I was going to suggest you delete your bin files after making changes, since you said there was no changes, but then later you were getting some movement so that probably isn't the issue. Did you already try CGminer?
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Yeah, same issue.

Has anybody ever thought of buying one of these? Seems like they'd be AMAZING for multipool mining.

It costs about the same as a decent mining GPU. Why not get this rig instead of that one card?

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Yeah, same issue.

Has anybody ever thought of buying one of these? Seems like they'd be AMAZING for multipool mining.

It costs about the same as a decent mining GPU. Why not get this rig instead of that one card?

But that's ASIC which isn't compatible with scrypt mining, correct?

Otherwise everyone would be investing in scrypt ASIC over GPUs currently.
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But that's ASIC which isn't compatible with scrypt mining, correct?

Otherwise everyone would be investing in scrypt ASIC over GPUs currently.

You can't use ASICs in multipools?
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You can't use ASICs in multipools?

The multipools are mining scrypt coins so logically I would think no.
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So what would you use that machine to mine for?
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only bitcoins which would make you about as much as mining scrypt coins right now as far as profit is concerned, rendering buying that machine pointless.
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Oh I see. That's interesting.

Just found an ASIC Miner that can mine both Litecoins and Bitcoins. It barely uses any power and gets okay hashes.

Looks interesting yessir.gif


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Oh I see. That's interesting.

Just found an ASIC Miner that can mine both Litecoins and Bitcoins. It barely uses any power and it gets pretty decent hashes.

It looks interesting yessir.gif

You have to realize that the hash to price ratio in scrypt mining is not indicative of BTC or LTC mining. The first text in red in the OP says it all. tongue.gif

It's been said before but there is a reason you see these massive server farms of GPUs much more often then you see a server farm of ASIC miners.
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