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Hmm now the fun begins again. Note GPU 2. Any ideas? All GPU's are showing as 99% used, too. Google isn't turning up much.


Code:
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
"C:\Program Files\cgminer-3.1.0-windows\cgminer.exe" -d 0 --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://eu.middlecoin.com:3333 -u 1CKcUgePLVt2h8EuZG6ChgbrpLqkwvqqvn -p x -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333 -u 1CKcUgePLVt2h8EuZG6ChgbrpLqkwvqqvn -p x -o stratum+tcp://stratum01.hashco.ws:8888 -u {snip} -p {snip} -d0 -d1 -d2 -I 13,13,13 -w 256,256,256 -g 2 --shaders 2048,2048,2048 --thread-concurrency 8192,8192,8192 --gpu-engine 1070,1070,1070 --gpu-memclock 1500,1500,1500
post #6662 of 22311
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Originally Posted by Nitrogannex View Post

So, I'm trying to Mine Dogecoin, but CGMiner keeps saying "No devices connected"

I use CGWatcher over CGminer I want to mine whatever I can with my 765m
Here is what I'm working with





this is where I was setting up from
http://doge.poolofpools.com/index.php?page=gettingstarted

Any help?

Anyone...

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:thumb:So why would a major company take on the risk of either getting screwed, or making the customer feel screwed. How would they deal with returns? You better believe I am going to want my 1.5 BTC back after the value of them skyrockets. There are just too many moving parts ATM and it would be a disaster if a major company tried to do it as the market is currently. Also what would a company really be gaining? The target demographic who has BTC right now is so tiny it is basically negligible, too much hassle for almost no reward (From the company perspective).... Once the market stabilizes, if it does, it would be very cool if crypto took off in the mainstream.

That's why I say that any stores accepting it now will be facing relatively low risk when you consider that their number of bitcoin customers will be very low for the time being.

Right now it is going in baby steps, mostly mom and pop shops, and individual dealerships and franchise owners are taking the risk. You don't see Subway as a company saying bitcoin is accepted in all restaurants, but some franchisees have voluntarily taken it to themselves to accept it. And they would have to accept the risk if they did research on the currency.

Stores would just make a disclaimer to the customer that some customer protections will be waived due to the volatility of the currency. That way, they can cover their butts. But for the average crypto aficionado, they already know they're playing with risky money.
post #6664 of 22311
And what about the governments of the world take on this? You really think they are just going to let this slide by without their cut? They will do everything in their power to stop it, or make it illegal income until that happends. Remember, in most countries businesses have to report any income generated. Bureaucrats make a mess of everything so I expect an ugly ride.
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post #6665 of 22311
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Originally Posted by MotO View Post

Hmm now the fun begins again. Note GPU 2. Any ideas? All GPU's are showing as 99% used, too. Google isn't turning up much.
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Code:
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
"C:\Program Files\cgminer-3.1.0-windows\cgminer.exe" -d 0 --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://eu.middlecoin.com:3333 -u 1CKcUgePLVt2h8EuZG6ChgbrpLqkwvqqvn -p x -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333 -u 1CKcUgePLVt2h8EuZG6ChgbrpLqkwvqqvn -p x -o stratum+tcp://stratum01.hashco.ws:8888 -u {snip} -p {snip} -d0 -d1 -d2 -I 13,13,13 -w 256,256,256 -g 2 --shaders 2048,2048,2048 --thread-concurrency 8192,8192,8192 --gpu-engine 1070,1070,1070 --gpu-memclock 1500,1500,1500

Hm...

Firstly, didn't realise there was a eu middlecoin server. I'm on the US one (but in UK) - but it only gives me <2% rejects so I'm very happy with that.

 

I'll assume those are 280X/7970s, the issue is probably with the OC settings. You've probably gone over the "best" core clock on GPU2, which usually makes hashrates drop like rocks. Try reducing the OC bit by bit and try again, you should find it becomes significantly better after it drops just below the best clock.

post #6666 of 22311
Alright guys back up and running with AMAZING temps. My three 7950's are mining with 1.088v/1.55v (core/mem) @ 1050/1600

I'm happy with that! Here are my temps and a quick pic of my setup biggrin.gif


I'm actually doing 620khash per card. The screen shot taken was on a quick dip
post #6667 of 22311
I have a question that I can't find an answer to on the internet.

I'm solo mining from two separate computers on the same home network. Each have their own earthcoin wallet. When I look at the two they look like they're each working on the same block at the same time. Are these two computers pooling their work? It seems that one is a little ahead of the other. That one is the one finding the blocks (5 blocks in about 9 hours) and collecting the coins in its wallet. Both computers are running 1300Kh..

I just want to make sure I'm not wasting the 2nd computers resources.

Thanks
post #6668 of 22311
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Originally Posted by callman77 View Post

I have a question that I can't find an answer to on the internet.

I'm solo mining from two separate computers on the same home network. Each have their own earthcoin wallet. When I look at the two they look like they're each working on the same block at the same time. Are these two computers pooling their work? It seems that one is a little ahead of the other. That one is the one finding the blocks (5 blocks in about 9 hours) and collecting the coins in its wallet. Both computers are running 1300Kh..

I just want to make sure I'm not wasting the 2nd computers resources.

Thanks

I think if you want two computers to solo mine on the same wallet server/host, you'd have to point both of them to the same IP address? By default solo miners point to their own IP as they are also the server but in your case you want one to act as the host. Have the wallet running in server mode in just the first computer, run the miner on both, with the second computer's config file pointing to the first computer's IP.
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Originally Posted by Moragg View Post

Hm...
Firstly, didn't realise there was a eu middlecoin server. I'm on the US one (but in UK) - but it only gives me <2% rejects so I'm very happy with that.

I'll assume those are 280X/7970s, the issue is probably with the OC settings. You've probably gone over the "best" core clock on GPU2, which usually makes hashrates drop like rocks. Try reducing the OC bit by bit and try again, you should find it becomes significantly better after it drops just below the best clock.

Yeah the EU server seems to be a little more stable recently. The US one was going down left and right the other day so I switched.

Those are the stock clocks for all the cards (280x's). Moving them up or down lowers the hash a ton. I'll keep messing with it.
post #6670 of 22311
Is there a mining setup guide for dummies (me) out there anywhere?

I tired to get up and running for hours tonight. Pool and solo with no luck.

I looked at some guides but it's all foreign to me and I have no idea what I'm looking at!

Any help would be greatly appreciated
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