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My killawatt had burns around the plug when I left it plugged in for a week. I do not think they are meant for 24/7 use. Correct me if I am wrong but I would get a good idea of your load wattage then disconnect it. You don't want a fire.

Wish it would work like a "quick disconnect"- you can unplug it without actually unplugging the computer from the wall so no need to reboot and start the miners all over again.
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Wish it would work like a "quick disconnect"- you can unplug it without actually unplugging the computer from the wall so no need to reboot and start the miners all over again.

Or maybe with a flip of a switch it completely bypasses the meter and connect to your AC outlet directly.
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Wish it would work like a "quick disconnect"- you can unplug it without actually unplugging the computer from the wall so no need to reboot and start the miners all over again.

Or maybe with a flip of a switch it completely bypasses the meter and connect to your AC outlet directly.

behold clamp meters... cheap one (tens of $) only read voltage, less cheap (100's$) can do amperage

the expensive ones can do power but yeah.. $$$$$

http://www.amazon.com/Fluke-323-True-RMS-Clamp-Meter/dp/B00AQKIEXY

http://www.amazon.com/Fluke-Clamp-Meter-Conductors-Frequency-Measurement/dp/B00203PSGQ/

http://www.amazon.com/Fluke-Quality-Accuracy-Resolution-Temperature/dp/B005T5H1GM
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Debating on changing all my coins to BTC and cashing out, I think everything will be worth about half as much as it would have been a month ago.. but the alts seem to be in a downward slope for the most part. Do I pull out here or wait and see and have them worth even less, or perhaps come out OK on a rebound?

Such choices.. Where's Captain Hindsight when you need him? tongue.gif

I'm just musing, but cryptos aren't nearly as fun right now as they have been. Such a boring and less profitable lull we have entered. I wonder if ebay is getting some mass card dumps yet.
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I also have 2 680's and 3 660ti's. Soon going to be adding 2 780ti's

Total hash is 3950. My hydro is 7 cents at night and 9 cents during the day per kwh
ah thats ok now smile.gif
btw do you use the 680's for scrypt mining?And whats their wattage? i also have 2 680's sleeping
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Debating on changing all my coins to BTC and cashing out, I think everything will be worth about half as much as it would have been a month ago.. but the alts seem to be in a downward slope for the most part. Do I pull out here or wait and see and have them worth even less, or perhaps come out OK on a rebound?

Such choices.. Where's Captain Hindsight when you need him? tongue.gif

I'm just musing, but cryptos aren't nearly as fun right now as they have been. Such a boring and less profitable lull we have entered. I wonder if ebay is getting some mass card dumps yet.

As basically all cryptos are tied to Bitcoin's value, I look at Bitcoin related news for a long term outlook.

These articles sound promising:

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/ny-bitcoin-regulation-seen-by-end-of-2nd-quarter-2014-03-11
http://www.buzzfeed.com/matthewzeitlin/new-york-state-opens-up-to-bitcoin-exchanges
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ah thats ok now smile.gif
btw do you use the 680's for scrypt mining?And whats their wattage? i also have 2 680's sleeping

That rig pulls 800w +/-. Its fully watercooled with 2 D5 pumps, 12 rad fans. and running a 3930k. This is the rig that will be getting the 780ti's installed into.....

The 680's will be going into another rig and they will still be underwater.....
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Maybe once I finish paying of these cards... XD.

It seems that 13 is the max intensity it will run without HW errors. Very surprising considering I saw multiple people using 18-20 on a 290/290x.
I'm on linux but not BAMT. Using Ubuntu 13.10. I haven't touched config files yet. I wasn't even sure if they worked in the same manner on the linux build.

While I couldn't get past the intensity of 13 I could add two threads which seemed to increase the has by almost double. Even so I feel as if my results are in the 280x range...

290x @ 370 Kh/s
Code:
./vertminer --nscrypt -o stratum+tcp://east1.us.stratum.dedicatedpool.com:3367 -u 0ut1awed.1 -p x -d 0 -v 1 -w 512 -I 13 -g 2 --lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 24000 --gpu-memclock 1500 --gpu-engine 1050 --gpu-powertune 20

290 @ 370Kh/s
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./vertminer --nscrypt -o stratum+tcp://east1.us.stratum.dedicatedpool.com:3367 -u 0ut1awed.1 -p x -d 1 -v 1 -w 256 -I 13 -g 2 --lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 24500 --gpu-memclock 1500 --gpu-engine 1000 --gpu-powertune 20

i'm having a lot problems with my 4x290's like i said, but now things moving smile.gif made a batch file for vertimer(using vertminer-0.5.2, because with 0.5.2 getting just invalid shares...) and now hitting 1600 (400 per piece, but still i need to get better). And now my invalid shares is 0% smile.gif using 24500 thread concurrency, Intensy 20 , 1000/1500 +25 powetune smile.gif
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I know market is slow and not alot of people expanding but Newegg has almost all their r9 cards close to msrp. 270's below $200 and 280x below $350. Best price in a month and change without having to wait for amazon 2-3 week delivery. If you search they show marked up price but clicking on them shows "discounted" price on product page.
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I know market is slow and not alot of people expanding but Newegg has almost all their r9 cards close to msrp. 270's below $200 and 280x below $350. Best price in a month and change without having to wait for amazon 2-3 week delivery. If you search they show marked up price but clicking on them shows "discounted" price on product page.
Dang. I was considering selling off my 270's that I paid $245 shipped for. Guess I better mine some more first or I will take a fat loss.
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