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What I did was replace the CGminer that comes with GUIminer with the 3.7.2 distribution. Then I used these setting at stock 947/1250 clocks on my 290's:

Intensity 20, Worksize 512, Thread-concurrency 27900, Thread 1

This gives me 840 Khash per card running at only 1.09V with -31mV through Afterburner. I feel it is a good tradeoff between max Khash and watts used.

Which GUIminer are you talking about? GUIminer or GUIminer scrypt-alpha?
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Which GUIminer are you talking about? GUIminer or GUIminer scrypt-alpha?

Scrypt-alpha
    
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What I did was replace the CGminer that comes with GUIminer with the 3.7.2 distribution. Then I used these setting at stock 947/1250 clocks on my 290's:

Intensity 20, Worksize 512, Thread-concurrency 27900, Thread 1

This gives me 840 Khash per card running at only 1.09V with -31mV through Afterburner. I feel it is a good tradeoff between max Khash and watts used.

With those settings I'm only pulling 740 on both cards. I really want to hit at least 900 with these.
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No Tax man here wink.gif

Other then the personal property ones lol.
If you end up ever being audited, you will have to account for those gains (minus hardware costs and power usage). Depending how long you held them, it could be 35% tax or whatever bracket the gains move your income to. Even though these coins aren't government regulated, not paying taxes on them is still evasion.
 
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Which of these 2 risers would you trust more as far as build quality looks?

1. These
or
2. These

They are a bit important, connecting $100s or dollars of GPU to the mobo... maybe someone has some experience with either type? The one just has 2 wires to the plug, plus a capacitor, which may or may not make any difference at all.
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Which of these 2 risers would you trust more as far as build quality looks?

1. These
or
2. These

They are a bit important, connecting $100s or dollars of GPU to the mobo... maybe someone has some experience with either type? The one just has 2 wires to the plug, plus a capacitor, which may or may not make any difference at all.

The $10 one. It has a capacity and a grounding wire. The other one looks like they cheaped out when making it.
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The $10 one. It has a capacity and a grounding wire. The other one looks like they cheaped out when making it.

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Has anyone cashed in LTC at litecoinlocal.org just wondering how quick and reliable it is?
Wanting to cash in LTC for GBP bank transfer you see.

Shameless bump as I want to know the same.

 

But really, I'm considering cashing them to USD and swapping them back to GBP once USD appreciates. Not sure if I could wait that long though.

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Would it even be viable for me to mine btc? Or go with ltc, or ftc. And no, buying new gpus is not a possibility.
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The $10 one. It has a capacity and a grounding wire. The other one looks like they cheaped out when making it.

 

So what kind of stuff should we look for in a riser? I'm not sure what a capacity is, but powered and grounding wire I understand.

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