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Originally Posted by frickfrock999 View Post

This is what my conf is and I'm currently running an HIS 7950:
Code:
{
"pools" : [
        {
                "url" : "stratum+tcp://POOL1:PORT",
                "user" : "USERNAME",
                "pass" : "PASSWORD"
        },
        {
                "url" : "stratum+tcp://POOL2:PORT",
                "user" : "USERNAME",
                "pass" : "PASSWORD"
        }       
]
,
"intensity" : "12",
"worksize" : "256",
"lookup-gap" : "2",
"gpu-threads" : "1",
"expiry" : "30",
"scan-time" : "5"
}

Cool! We have the exact same 7950....that is assuming yours is also a reference card.

There is no saying my settings will work for you, but try these. If they fail, set the GPU engine field to 0 and as well the GPU memclock field to 0 (sets to stock):
Code:
{
"pools" : [
        {
                "url" : "stratum+tcp://ool-457dfad7.dyn.optonline.net:9171",
                "user" : "VpFtgdPD57wAZdYFQ89KKEs4fypEFUp2r3",
                "pass" : "x"
        }
]
,
"intensity" : "18",
"gpu-engine" : "1000",
"gpu-memclock" : "1730",
"gpu-fan" : "20-100",
"gpu-powertune" : "20",
"thread-concurrency" : "14336",
"worksize" : "256",
"lookup-gap" : "2",
"gpu-threads" : "1",
"expiry" : "30",
"scan-time" : "5"
}

As for your .bat, use this instead:
Code:
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100 
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
COLOR 0C
vertminer.exe

With these settings, I sit pretty at 300kH/s on my 7950 (exactly half my normal scrypt hashrate)
Edited by Slappa - 3/9/14 at 10:56pm
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Here is the thing, if you think we are headed for a correction as some, including myself, believe, then Maxwell is a moot point as it won't matter. However, as I have stated before, if a coin like Zerocoin hits the market that is completely anonymous, then you will see a fresh supply of cash hit the market from those that want to hide their transactions which is what cryptocurrency needs and is not currently getting. Of course, if Bitcoin all of a sudden got listed on Wall St, that would give the market the same pump in cash it needs too.

As all the altcoins have their values pegged to Bitcoin's, I'm mostly riding on Bitcoin's outlook later improving this year as more services become available to make the currency accessible to even more people. 2013 was the year it went from underground interest to a topic of discussion in the news and governments. I wasn't in the mining game when prices spiked to $1200 on the then-seemingly venerable MtGox. To me, introducing more coins doesn't directly dilute the market. It does make mining less profitable but not directly. I believe it is the increase of hashrate that makes the price of mining increase. That stays true as long as the combined market cap of all the available coins doesn't change by much. And again, that will only change a lot when new fiat is being put into Bitcoin.
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Originally Posted by Slappa View Post

Cool! We have the exact same 7950....that is assuming yours is also a reference card.

There is no saying my settings will work for you, but try these. If they fail, set the GPU engine field to 0 and as well the GPU memclock field to 0 (sets to stock):
Code:
{
"pools" : [
        {
                "url" : "stratum+tcp://ool-457dfad7.dyn.optonline.net:9171",
                "user" : "VpFtgdPD57wAZdYFQ89KKEs4fypEFUp2r3",
                "pass" : "x"
        }
]
,
"intensity" : "18",
"gpu-engine" : "1000",
"gpu-memclock" : "1730",
"gpu-fan" : "20-100",
"gpu-powertune" : "20",
"thread-concurrency" : "14336",
"worksize" : "256",
"lookup-gap" : "2",
"gpu-threads" : "1",
"expiry" : "30",
"scan-time" : "5"
}

As for your .bat, use this instead:
Code:
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100 
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
COLOR 0C
vertminer.exe

With these settings, I sit pretty at 300kH/s on my 7950 (exactly half my normal scrypt hashrate)

Oh, dude. SCORE! It's actually working! Thank you! wheee.gif

So is this what I should be seeing when I'm mining? Nothing weird or out of the ordinary here?

DJ0jHQ2.png

Also, how would I change that color to something light blueish? lachen.gif
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Oh, dude. SCORE! It's actually working! Thank you! wheee.gif

So is this what I should be seeing when I'm mining? Nothing weird or out of the ordinary here?

DJ0jHQ2.png

Also, how would I change that color to something light blueish? lachen.gif

List of NT color commands http://www.robvanderwoude.com/ntcolor.php thumb.gif . You can change the COLOR 0C line in the .bat file to COLOUR 09.

Yes, that looks normal. I don't know if you ended up applying my overclock or not (I have an aggressive memory clock), but 250-300kH/s is normal for a 7950 mining VTC. You might be able to squeeze more kH if you increase intensity to 19, but I tend to find that it creates a lot of heat and makes the system unusable (graphics very unresponsive)

Your WU looks good so far, but you haven't run for that long. Make sure it runs for awhile and then check to make sure your WU: rate is between 80-90% of your kH/s rate. Also make sure your HW: is always 0. If not you have to adjust thread concurrency. Another thing to note is that with P2Pools you do tend to get some rejected shares. As long as it is less than or around 5%, you should be good.

Other then that, watch temps, and mine on! biggrin.gif

EDIT: You can see your payouts by checking your wallet (as p2pool pays out directly to your wallet) or going to your address in the p2pool listing and seeing the transaction ledger.
Edited by Slappa - 3/9/14 at 11:09pm
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...
this reminds me i should get me some nutcoins biggrin.gif
...
I'd assume it'll drop to the ground and then will be abandoned.

Don't get me wrong, I'm holding quite a few million NUT for the long term, mostly because I love an underdog... but these two statements don't really make sense when read together. If you really believe that DOGE will lose nearly 100% of it's value... then you can be 100,000% sure that NUT will be even more worthless, and even sooner than DOGE.

EDIT - In all honesty, NUT is completely worthless right now... but it's easy to mine, cheap to get and I'm just holding for the hell of it. biggrin.gif

Some stats to consider:
Average Hashrate Yesterday: ~50% of LTC hashrate, ~10X FTC hashrate, and nearly 30X WDC hashrate
Avg. Tx per Hour: 841 (slightly more than twice that of LTC, 12X FTC, 8X WDC)
Market Capitalization: ~$51M USD - ~12% of LTC, but nearly 7X as much as FTC and more than 14X that of WDC

At current prices DOGE 'created' a little over $315K USD in the last 24h - which is ~60% of what LTC created.

All this is not to say that you are wrong in your assessment... you might be completely correct in that predition. However, if you are correct, I certainly hope you are entirely in BTC/FIAT... because even FTC,WDC,PPC,etc... will all disappear before DOGE is likely to... and LTC will follow within a few weeks of that happening I think. There are more active DOGE addresses than LTC addresses... and arguably there are more places to spend them than LTC. Just my 2cents.gif

Bitinfocharts.com used for stats... also note the coins they accept donations in... BTC/DOGE (no LTC address posted - although I'm sure if you asked they'd be happy to provide one special for you). biggrin.gif
hey man i totally understand you,
i have 850k Zeitcoins just because i can get them very easily, racked 850k in nearly 47-48 hours.
thing is they are worth jack, but since its easy to mine I'm just mining away.


also, i sent about 660k kittehcoins from my dekstop to the mac, but the wallet wont update. does this mean i lost 660k ones or is it pending and waiting for me to update the wallet to send it to me?
 
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damn its hard to get working properly those vertminer... i have 290X's , so whats best thread-concurrency? at this time for me best 8000 with 20 intensity. Got around 400 kh/s redface.gif
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hey man i totally understand you,
i have 850k Zeitcoins just because i can get them very easily, racked 850k in nearly 47-48 hours.
thing is they are worth jack, but since its easy to mine I'm just mining away.


also, i sent about 660k kittehcoins from my dekstop to the mac, but the wallet wont update. does this mean i lost 660k ones or is it pending and waiting for me to update the wallet to send it to me?

As long as there wasn't a problem with the send portion of the transaction, there's nothing to worry about. Your transaction is saved in the blockchain... you just can't see it in your wallet until it syncs up to the point in the blockchain where your transaction is. The only thing that can cause your coins to truly be lost is if you lose (delete, encrypt and forget passphrase, etc.) the wallet.dat file itself - since that's where the addresses and keys are stored.

If you eventually get the wallet to update... the coins should be there. Just remember that you have to use the same wallet file... so if you need to reinstall or update - back up that file before deleting and even before updating... otherwise your coins truly will be lost forever.

PS - I'm not sure if that Mac wallet handles it, but there should be a command that lets you dump your addresses and keys out to a text file. Using that you could import the keys into a different wallet, but in general it's better to avoid doing that unless absolutely necessary . A lot of these alt coins have some pretty crappy, cobbled-together clients... and you can never be sure which functions will work correctly or are even present as that differs from coin to coin. rolleyes.gif
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I am hoping maybe someone can help me out..

I have about 2500k/hash when mining scrypt coins and I am having a hard time finding another profitable coin to mine..
Anyone mind giving me a tip?

Right now I am mining UTC for what looks like $13 a day.. anyone know of anything better?
With there being thousands of miners out there.. sharing with me wont hurt anyone..
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hey man i totally understand you,
i have 850k Zeitcoins just because i can get them very easily, racked 850k in nearly 47-48 hours.
thing is they are worth jack, but since its easy to mine I'm just mining away.


also, i sent about 660k kittehcoins from my dekstop to the mac, but the wallet wont update. does this mean i lost 660k ones or is it pending and waiting for me to update the wallet to send it to me?

As long as there wasn't a problem with the send portion of the transaction, there's nothing to worry about. Your transaction is saved in the blockchain... you just can't see it in your wallet until it syncs up to the point in the blockchain where your transaction is. The only thing that can cause your coins to truly be lost is if you lose (delete, encrypt and forget passphrase, etc.) the wallet.dat file itself - since that's where the addresses and keys are stored.

If you eventually get the wallet to update... the coins should be there. Just remember that you have to use the same wallet file... so if you need to reinstall or update - back up that file before deleting and even before updating... otherwise your coins truly will be lost forever.

PS - I'm not sure if that Mac wallet handles it, but there should be a command that lets you dump your addresses and keys out to a text file. Using that you could import the keys into a different wallet, but in general it's better to avoid doing that unless absolutely necessary . A lot of these alt coins have some pretty crappy, cobbled-together clients... and you can never be sure which functions will work correctly or are even present as that differs from coin to coin. rolleyes.gif

ahh, thats reassuring biggrin.gif
Also yes the kittehcoin wallet's send address says it starts with D (doge) but it starts with K...
also the tray icon is exact of doge, so fail :/
 
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I am hoping maybe someone can help me out..

I have about 2500k/hash when mining scrypt coins and I am having a hard time finding another profitable coin to mine..
Anyone mind giving me a tip?

Right now I am mining UTC for what looks like $13 a day.. anyone know of anything better?
With there being thousands of miners out there.. sharing with me wont hurt anyone..

I think you're going to find that you're in this position or worse for the foreseeable future. I think the best recommendation for profitable mining that I could give to anyone right now is going to be a combination of mining and playing the market which I know some miners are not much into. I've been watching CoinWarz for a while now and what I see is what I call coin cycles. There are certain coins that will go to the top of the profitability chart, but then once all the auto pools and other miners take notice, start mining then dumping those coins onto the market, the coins then crash to the middle or bottom of the list again because of the price drop associated with the coin dump. I think the thing to do is to find a coin on the list that does come up to or near the top frequently and to begin mining it, but then you've got to hold them until the price rises to the point you believe is as good as you're going to get, but if you see your coin on the top of CoinWarz, you can bet the price you're seeing isn't going to last long and you probably are going to want to sell. I know, this is going to take all the fun out of just mining and dumping for a profit, but I think those days are coming to an end for a little while and maybe longer than a little while. The only other option will be to continually try to chase the flavor of the moment. Don't be surprised if going forward things don't get quite a bit worse yet, I won't be.

Unless I find a particular appealing launch or something else really piques my interest, I've moved my mining back to my home coin (Nutcoin) for most of the duration. It's my hope that Nutcoin is well situated to survive what I see as a sever storm coming our way. I think we are on the verge of seeing a big consolidation of the market with a lot of losers. I think we're going to lose a lot of coins, pools, exchanges and miners, in the larger world it's called Natural Selection or Survival of the Fittest. In the end I believe it's going to be healthy for altcoins as whole (the survivors), but there's going to be a lot of hard times for a lot of people between here and there.
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