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Originally Posted by MrStrat007 View Post

I moved my files this way, works flawlessly as long as you always use the shortcut.

Shortcut directory should look like: C:\[.exe file path here] -datadir="H:\[rest of filepath]".

The " " are important, I get the same thing without them.

I must be an idiot because I can not get it to work.

What is so bad is, I did this for my bitcoin it worked just fine.


EDIT: I figured out that the ones I create this way must be in my "x"\ProgramFilesx86 folder.

Is there a way for doing coins that come with an installer?
Edited by antonio8 - 1/6/14 at 8:34pm
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Look at this mining beauty!

I am tempted by them, but I am leaning to a board with up to 4 cards internal. May do some WC too smile.gif
And I can buy them local LOL
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Yeah, 280X is the way to go atm...I still like 290s but not worth it for a farm atm. for 400 heck yeah xD (msrp frown.gif)

I will be getting some 290s I think. I like the 280x a lot though, and non-reference boards.... Drool.
I am not a decision maker when shopping. I will go to the store today. If they have 280xs, I buy. If not than 290 here I go.
 
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Multipool is back on track for reporting correct blocktimes.
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Does anyone recommend mining coins with sporadically changing difficulty? This coin goes from a few hundredths to over 5 in a matter of days, and back. Galaxycoin chart

It's pretty hard to predict because it re-targets so often, must be a bad design in the blockchain. Too bad Coinwarz can't order profitability by the 24 hour average, as that is a much better metric to follow than the current difficulty at that moment.
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Been waiting for those to come back into stock on Newegg and said screw it and ordered a mining board from China. A Biostar one that I haven't been able to find in the US.
Looks like I will be going with the R9 280X's. I figured they would be the better choice. +rep! Thank god electricity is free at school! Although profits will go down when I come back for the summer, if things are still profitable by then, although I will have made my money back and more by then.

Jeffinslaw

Oh really? Let me know how the biostar treats you and can you give me a link to where you purchased the board please. I was trying to find one of them too but never could.
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What the heck?? I didn't even know companies started making boards specifically aimed at mining! That's pretty cool!

There are 5 out there that work for mining boards:

- ASRock H81 Pro BTC
- ASRock H61 Pro BTC
- Biostar TP61A (H61 chipset)
- Biostar Hi Fi H81S2
- An old ASRock H61 (no Pro BTC in the title)

The Biostar boards aren't found in America (yet hopefully) but can be purchased abroad.

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There are 5 out there that work for mining boards:

- ASRock H81 Pro BTC
- ASRock H61 Pro BTC
- Biostar TP61A (H61 chipset)
- Biostar Hi Fi H81S2
- An old ASRock H61 (no Pro BTC in the title)

The Biostar boards aren't found in America (yet hopefully) but can be purchased abroad.

Jeffinslaw

Very cool stuff! So happy to see my precious BTC grow up in the last 10 months and become so mainstream!
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I need some suggestions on cards to get. I will be building some rack machines and I only have about $2300 or so to spend on GPUs (have already bought PSUs, motherboard, risers, HDD, CPU), also still need to get a case but that doesn't factor into the $2300. What would you suggest?

A. 5x Sapphire R9 280X Dual-X

or

B. 4x AMD R9 290 now and 1 more later

Which would you do? I will be running dual 800W PSUs and cooling will not be a problem, the case comes with mounts for a 20in box fan.

Jeffinslaw

Post a link to the case. I'm curious what it looks like
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Originally Posted by RAFFY View Post

Post a link to the case. I'm curious what it looks like

Here's the assembly instructions. I'm going to buy four of them and if I decided to expand my mining operation I will copy that design but buy my own materials.

http://richchomiczewski.wordpress.com/mining-tray-assembly-instructions/

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What exchange are people using for EAC? Coinium isn't P2P, right?
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