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I have been having better luck mining IFC trade to LTC then buy doge vs mining doge directly.

End up with between 1-1.4 ltc a day @ 2000k/hash
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I have been having better luck mining IFC trade to LTC then buy doge vs mining doge directly.

End up with between 1-1.4 ltc a day @ 2000k/hash

What pool are you on for that? I just did some math and it looks like you are correct.
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What pool are you on for that? I just did some math and it looks like you are correct.

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post #9104 of 22539
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Cool, thanks for the tip.
post #9105 of 22539
Anyone have any idea why my 6950 is showing 850/1350 in AMD CCC and MSI Afterburner, but 725/1250 in cgminer?
 
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Anyone have any idea why my 6950 is showing 850/1350 in AMD CCC and MSI Afterburner, but 725/1250 in cgminer?

Same thing happens to me if I turn a card off mining and start gaming at a different core/mem speed. Computer restart normally solves the issue.
post #9107 of 22539
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I have been having better luck mining IFC trade to LTC then buy doge vs mining doge directly.

End up with between 1-1.4 ltc a day @ 2000k/hash

I'm gonna try to sell my Coinye to BTC then some of that to Doge. Coinye has gotten a new wallet released, with a new logo.

Then they renamed it Koin.

What's notable is it still runs off the same wallet data and blockchain. So all your Coinye are interchangeable with Koin. I think now it would be possible for it to arrive in one of the popular exchanges.
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I believe they mean that they set the difficulty of the (shares?) that your card(s) work on. Meaning someone with a low hash rate will get more shares of lower difficulty (but lower worth each) while people with lots of hashing power will get more difficult shares to process (thus taking more time, resulting in fewer shares by quantity but each share is 'worth more' than a share of lower difficulty).

This works to balance out the block reward payout to be more equitable to all pool members for their contributions to solving the block.

If any of this is incorrect, someone kindly correct me, but this is my understanding of it!

Edit: S&G, rewording

Well, bitcoin wiki says
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Each block contains.. an answer to a difficult-to-solve mathematical puzzle - the answer to which is unique to each block. New blocks can't be submitted to the network without the correct answer - "Mining" is the process of competing the answer that "solves" the current block.

The difficulty of the mathematical problem is automatically adjusted by the network, such that it targets a goal of solving an average of 6 blocks per hour. Every 2016 blocks (about two weeks), all Bitcoin clients compare the actual number created with this goal and modify the target by the percentage that it varied. This increases (or decreases) the difficulty of generating blocks.

So by difficulty basically they mean a greater volume of work per share, not added cryptographic tasks or any such ? ie it's not harder, there's just more to do.
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Can someone please post a Motherboard that does not require shorting of 1x pins and does not require any modding to get 6 cards to work? I am going to try to get this ASrock z87 Killer board to work but it is not looking easy...
post #9110 of 22539
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Use intensity 18-20 and you'll get more out of it. Try higher core too, and undervolt as much as possible.
I tried sgminer 4.0.0 with the optimized scrypt.cl files and it increased hash from 680 to 698kh/s, same clocks but 8193 tc. (vs 8191)
You might not even get it to mine at all without it, at least that was the case with my cards.

My understanding is that any of the newer video card drives have some sort of SDK included in the drivers or the new drivers encompass what SDK offered. I have ran my cards with SDK and without and have noticed a difference.
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