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post #4371 of 22498
How about Fastcoin?

The pool I'm mining at has 66% of the network hash lol, so much for 51% attack prevensions.
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post #4372 of 22498
Maybe its me, but I'm still having a hard time understanding a few things. Or I'm not explaining my self


You have 2 Video Cards, Everything is the same on both, the only thing that is deferent is one is a 6xxx the other is 7xxx. (So different chip set, talking basically the BIOS of the card)
Does this matter on processing Hash rate.

Now, if this is true, Direct X and OpenGL should also effect the hash rate of the card. These are all (BIOS) driven, Not hardware.


I know that Memory size does not play a role in hash rate so I'll get that out of the way.


Does the Memory Interface (128-bit, 256-bit, 384-bit, 512-bit) effect the Hash rate?

True? what If the Memory Speed, (Effective Memory Clock) is the same?


Stream Processors (AMD) / CUDA Cores (Nvidia) = Shaders (Basic Name). Now this is just a guess, hopping I can find some hard data that can prove me wrong, But this is probably the biggest thing that effects hash rate across the board. More shaders the more things that do the work...

Can anyone confirm?
Edited by SentrySkills - 12/8/13 at 4:34pm
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post #4373 of 22498
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Originally Posted by RAFFY View Post

If you don't mind explaining let me ask you why mega coin? I'm new to this coin business and am trying to learn as much as possible!

I like everything I've read. It's a fairly new upstart coin, even ballooned to $2.50 a pop about a week ago (around $1 atm now). The hope is that it's the next LTC, even if not, the difficulty is quite low. It exchanges for BTC at a fair clip at Cryptsy. I'll be pumping out somewhere around 30-32 MEC a day starting tomorrow (7990 added to the arsenal) or less. CoinWarz calc doesn't seem to line up with the amount of MEC I'm actually getting. It either over-reports or my pool stinks.

What I'm curious about is eBay. I see them sell for twice the market price (so $2 ea atm) there. I suppose there is risk of being scammed, but if I can cover all bases and protect myself to the furthest extent I'm able, I think it'll be okay.
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Yeah megacoin looks good. Atm i am mining wdc
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post #4375 of 22498
Is 1150 voltage too much on a HIS R9 280x? I have it at 1015 core clock, and 1720 memory. Gets hot (81), and before I bumped voltage, when I would watch videos it would freeze
post #4376 of 22498
Switched from LTC to WDC at the moment. A single 7950 seems more worthy for that one.
post #4377 of 22498
Quote:
Originally Posted by SentrySkills View Post

Maybe its me, but I'm still having a hard time understanding a few things. Or I'm not explaining my self


You have 2 Video Cards, Everything is the same on both, the only thing that is deferent is one is a 6xxx the other is 7xxx. (So different chip set, talking basically the BIOS of the card)
Does this matter on processing Hash rate.

Now, if this is true, Direct X and OpenGL should also effect the hash rate of the card. These are all (BIOS) driven, Not hardware.


I know that Memory size does not play a role in hash rate so I'll get that out of the way.


Does the Memory Interface (128-bit, 256-bit, 384-bit, 512-bit) effect the Hash rate?

True? what If the Memory Speed, (Effective Memory Clock) is the same?


Stream Processors (AMD) / CUDA Cores (Nvidia) = Shaders (Basic Name). Now this is just a guess, hopping I can find some hard data that can prove me wrong, But this is probably the biggest thing that effects hash rate across the board. More shaders the more things that do the work...

Can anyone confirm?

Shaders effect hash rate yes.
    
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Do you guys know a coin that can be mined by GPU and is not SHA-256 or Scrypt?

IF I can't find such coin once Scrypt ASICs are widely adopted I'll have to sell my GPUs.

Also, any GPU miner for XPM and PTS?
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post #4379 of 22498
Alright, so I am trying to mine with litecoin, been at it for a couple hours, and the website shows that I have mined nothing.

In host I have

usa-1.liteguardian.com

In port

3334

My GPUs seem like they are mining normally, but nothing shows on the website.
     
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Originally Posted by xxicrimsonixx View Post

Alright, so I am trying to mine with litecoin, been at it for a couple hours, and the website shows that I have mined nothing.

In host I have

usa-1.liteguardian.com

In port

3334

My GPUs seem like they are mining normally, but nothing shows on the website.

Check your username and password.

Make sure the worker you are using is valid. Eg: I use TheLAWNoob.1

If I use TheLAWNoob.3 and if I did not create such worker, then your shares goes to waste.
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