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Ok so im still getting the same error on a different computer altogether.

just opens cmd from cgminer and then closes in the basic batch file that just prompts you for your url.

I also tried guiminer and i set it up and hit start and it just sits there.

Anyone have any idea? Win 7 64 bit 13.6 2.7 cg miner 3.3.0. Card is a 7870.

Do i have to do anything with stratum to set it up like they say here https://give-me-ltc.com/faq I tried to follow their instructions but i open the app and it sits on cmd and wont let me type... this is frustrating lol

Made a https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYxWMPgP8rI that fast error is Pool setup failed
Edited by Darklyric - 8/10/13 at 6:47pm
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nevermind i figured it out - edit smile.gif
Edited by caenlen - 8/11/13 at 4:42am
    
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Which pool you use for WDC?

Hey buddy sorry for the delay. I use https://wdc.epools.org/
post #1574 of 22341
How long should it take me after selling all these smaller currencies to get 1 Bitcoin? I currently have sold 10 MEC at .000075 apiece, and have some FTC up for sale still...

My bitcoin wallet still shows super small amount even after selling the MEC... this took me about 30 hours to get with my new Msi 7990 at 1.2 Mh/s through CGI Miner... going to give it a week, but I don't see this being all that profitable so far.
    
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How long should it take me after selling all these smaller currencies to get 1 Bitcoin? I currently have sold 10 MEC at .000075 apiece, and have some FTC up for sale still...

My bitcoin wallet still shows super small amount even after selling the MEC... this took me about 30 hours to get with my new Msi 7990 at 1.2 Mh/s through CGI Miner... going to give it a week, but I don't see this being all that profitable so far.

You should be able to tune that card up to around 1.4Mh/s, and get a little more value that way. At that rate, you should be able to earn 1BTC every 20 - 25 days, depending on what you're mining and how lucky you are. Not a huge profit by day, but that work's out to > $100/month. Which is enough to cover power costs and pay for an extra large coffee every day.


Edit: Here's a good site to help calculate what you can earn: http://www.coinwarz.com/
Enter your hashrate and power costs to see current profitability of most of the major coins. Exchange rates and difficulties change frequently. I don't recommend just picking the one on top, because it changes too often and too drastically. Watch the rate changes for a while and try to pick one that is consistently near the top.
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Was able to start mining on multipool using port 80, so that's good. Now, with both my cards running at full load, they are around 65C. Is that ok? If not, should I take the side panel off and put a floor fan there?

Also, hashing is reported at 1270. Is that close to good?
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Was able to start mining on multipool using port 80, so that's good. Now, with both my cards running at full load, they are around 65C. Is that ok? If not, should I take the side panel off and put a floor fan there?

Also, hashing is reported at 1270. Is that close to good?
65C is a great temperature for the cards to mine at, exactly what I try and keep mine at.

As for 1270KH/s, that's 635KH/s per card, which is good for a 7950 as well. With a bit of overclocking you might even be able to get to 660KH/s per card. thumb.gif
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That's great! It sucks it took this long to get them to work, but that is uni for ya. When I get my vpn at home set up, you bet I'll be playing on steam all the time!

As for overclocking, its already at 1000/1500. How much higher would I attempt to go?
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That's great! It sucks it took this long to get them to work, but that is uni for ya. When I get my vpn at home set up, you bet I'll be playing on steam all the time!

As for overclocking, its already at 1000/1500. How much higher would I attempt to go?
Well I think I got mine to do 660KH/s at 1100/1400, so lower memory and higher core.
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Will try that later, and get back to you to see what it does. Sad that these gpus don't fit a waterblock, that would be nice.
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