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Alright, time to try and mine with my 270x despite only getting 1250 core 1500 memory
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Alright, time to try and mine with my 270x despite only getting 1250 core 1500 memory

overclocking potential doesn't always translate to better mining performance. In fact, some GPU's (even with some 270X's) you actually need to run at stock, or even downclock, to get the most stable performance.
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Anyone using this exchange?

https://www.kraken.com

I' ve used it a few times without any issues.
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overclocking potential doesn't always translate to better mining performance. In fact, some GPU's (even with some 270X's) you actually need to run at stock, or even downclock, to get the most stable performance.
I've got to figure out the miner and config before I figure that out.
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What is the general consensus on Gyft? Does anyone have any experience with it?
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What is the general consensus on Gyft? Does anyone have any experience with it?

I bought a few amazon gift cards with them already. It is a pretty easy process.
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Yeah, I actually bought my Xtrac XXL mouse mat with the help of Gyft lol
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no CPU coins and no, UTC needs yacminer 3.5 for best results (or the patched cgminer).
I'd recommend switching to cryptoslax, a 64bit mining os. has all the miners you'll ever need.

Ivan can you explain to me which miner in Cryptoslax you use to mine UTC?
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Is there anything worth mining anymore? I don't like having a billion pool accounts for a dozen different coins.  I see Doge is still falling in value more and more each day.

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Is there anything worth mining anymore? I don't like having a billion pool accounts for a dozen different coins.  I see Doge is still falling in value more and more each day.

the ass was always gonna fall out of dodge.

Atm tho imo your only chance is to find a couple coins you think has potential, mine the hell outta them and hope when bitcoin recovers so do they
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