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What do you use to buy and sell your coins? I suppose I could just buy and sell a bit at first, then use that profit to fund a mining rig. redface.gif

To turn fiat into BTC I would recommend Coinbase (also for turning BTC into fiat I would recommend the same - that or Bitstamp are the big ones). As far as other coins - I use BTER for the minor alt-coins and BTC-e for the major coins. However, do you research - many people use all of those, but really only Coinbase and perhaps Bitstamp are 'proper' exchanges as far as US banks are concerned. BTC-e is Bulgarian, I believe and many people have had issues with them from time to time - but I've always had good response times to my trades and my deposits/withdrawals of BTC from there - it just 'feels' odd getting your 2-factor confirmations in Russian the first time... after you're used to it - it becomes less scary (somewhat).

I would highly recommend (though this is merely my personal opinion) that you just invest in mining hardware and mine coins and build rather than toss them into the very, very volatile exchange market itself. This is the wild west of commodity exchange and you might find that your $1000 is suddenly worth $400 tomorrow (of course, you could also find it's worth $2000 but don't count on that). If you're like me, in a year or so you'll wind up with a few thousand to play with on the exchanges that wound up costing you less than a couple hundred in utilities, and you'll be able to sell off your extra hardware when you don't want it and retain a near zero-exposure portfolio to play with. It really makes watching the pumps-n-dumps more fun when you know that even if you make a horrible trade... it wasn't 'real' money yet anyway. wink.gif

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Doing well.
Was me asked if DOGE is finding real world use yet.
On another note, running wallets, including the DOGE client, is making my system grind to a halt. Running linux mint 16 xfce, and resources shows plenty of CPU and RAM to spare.

Syncing the large blockchains is a little bit of a drain on system resources, but it's not necessary to keep them up. The biggest resource they hog is drive space - so make sure that you aren't running out in your swap partition or user partition (not exactly sure where it stores the data files on Linux). I'm running Windows wallets and only run Linux for a clean boot to product offline paper wallets for cold storage so I can't really help you there.

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As the power companies laugh all the way to the bank. Time to pick up some Florida Power and Light stock. 

How many tulips can I buy with a bitcoin....

LOL ah the tulips argument. I respect your skepticism as it is both healthy and warranted in many regards - but the tulip analogy is both logically and comparatively flawed in many ways.

First I will freely admit there are similarities: during the tulip-bubble fad they were seen as a commodity that had intrinsic value (at least in exchange), although slow and costly - in a real estate sense at least - you could produce your own to make money 'appear', and the practical value was nearly zero in and of themselves.

Now lets look at the very distinct differences: tulips were both fragile and difficult to actually exchange - hoarding yes, using as actual tender, NO. Second of all they were simply what they were - there was no 'magic dust' involved. This is where the largest difference between the two exists. Many people that haven't done their research (including a number of financial experts, though very few technology experts) believe that bitcoins are a currency or a commodity only. This is very, very wrong and is part of the FUD that I believe is possibly disseminated mostly by banks and governments... as this part is scary to them: bitcoins are a protocol/wrapper. Think of it more as BitTorrent or IRC than as a dollar bill.

Even back in the beginnings of the Internet (late ARPANET days) it was postulated that there would eventually be a way of transmitting both intangible and tangible values via the Internet from person to person. Over the past 20 years we've seen that realized for not just text/images as it began with, but now voice, video, interaction and collaboration, etc... Via distributed computing innovations we've now also decentralized mass data transfers and created system, storage, and process virtualization in the cloud. Via RSS feeds and web services we've seen the concept of pushing updates to remote clients become smartphones and tablets with constant connection/updates from a multitude of press, personal, and professional resources.

Although Bitcoin has many, many flaws - it certainly isn't a tulip. I really think the best analogy is IRC or ICQ... it's cumbersome, slow and fairly inefficient at what it does. But what it does is something that has never been done before and yet has almost unlimited appeal - allowing you to instantly transfer money without concern for local currency rates/values for goods and services... all for a service charge that is less than most banks charge you for an ATM withdrawal - and much, much less than a wire transfer costs now.
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Now I'm getting around 890-920KH/s with my 290X. Weird how the hash rate fluctuates so much.

I running at I=20, TC=28888, w=256, g=2.

Worksize of 256 and 512 performs the same.

Using almost all my VRAM.
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WTCR is so tempting, the non-ref 290 (Sapphire Tri-X OC) costs 0.56 BTC, at current rates with my complete setup that would take a month to pay off. Buy today, or wait tomorrow to send them an email and see if they have any active promo codes? :D

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WTCR is so tempting, the non-ref 290 (Sapphire Tri-X OC) costs 0.56 BTC, at current rates with my complete setup that would take a month to pay off. Buy today, or wait tomorrow to send them an email and see if they have any active promo codes? biggrin.gif

Do they have stock? If so buy first think later lol.

My R9 290x is doing 886 KH/s at 59000 TC, 932 core, 1500 mem. Not as good as 28888 TC but hash rate is much more stable.
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Do they have stock? If so buy first think later lol.

My R9 290x is doing 886 KH/s at 59000 TC, 932 core, 1500 mem. Not as good as 28888 TC but hash rate is much more stable.

They don't have any in stock, but hopefully they'd have some in 2-3 weeks, so I would have it in around a month (if everything goes right).

 

My plan would be then to RMA my ASUS 7850 (it has a bad and noisy fan rattling) and use the 290 while the 7850 is away for RMA. Then, when the 290 is paid off, I would put it in my main machine to replace the GTX 670 it has inside already, and sell it, or keep it for something, or whatever.

 

Now I just need to see if a 750W PSU can handle a 290 and a 7950. I have a feeling it would take around 600W but I need to double check everything. Right now a 7850 + 7950 takes 450W from the wall while mining, so I don't expect replacing the 7850 with a 290 would take the power consumption over 600W.

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I clone the source into Home, and build there. The data files go into .whatever directories in home also. Using a 1TB HDD so space is fine, 8GB RAM, dunno about the swap file though, I'll check that though it should be easily enough.

I got a few wallets downloading blocks and half a dozen tabs up - and I get freezes whenever I do something. If I close the wallets it goes back to normal. So - probably the block downloads for some reason.
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is multipool down for everyone or just me?

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1.2 works with them...out of the box.
You need to download and install ethernet drivers manually for most z87 boards.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=366178.0

Unfortunately I can not find the drivers for the Qualcomm Atheros Killer E2200 Series, Hopefully I can find a solution soon. I will do some more searching tomorrow. I am spent from working on this all night. Thank you for pointing me in a direction though!
Could you use a drop in pci or pcie card?
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http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/?sha256HashRate=1000.00&sha256Power=500.00&sha256PowerCost=0.1000&scryptHashRate=750&scryptPower=500.00&scryptPowerCost=0.0900&sha256Check=false&scryptCheck=true

There's a detailed breakdown of all the scrypt coins. If you were thinking about buying a new gpu anyways, I'd say go ahead. Any reason you aren't leaving it on all day?

Is there a list detailing the hash rate of all cards currently availability ?

That list is too financial for me, one of the things that has put me off mining as I really detest all that stuff

Well I'd be using it the other times of the day, could probably stretch to maybe 14/16 hours a day if I run it while I'm doing work but that's not everyday and sometimes work involves being on that rig so 8 is definate as I'll be sleeping
List here, https://litecoin.info/Mining_Hardware_Comparison
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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?
You might have to delete the .bin file that cgminer creates once you start running it. That .bin saves the config file info, so it could have old information you have tried before.
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USD based i think the 20 cards make like $110 based on doge (at least by last week it was so) but i'll double check as my friend fixed the hash/dollar stuff.


Also, considering getting a full rig on my own for like $3300, 6 Asus 280X DCu2 Top cards with the H81 Pro board from asrock along with other little nitpicks.
Now. The 290 is out of this scene, its a bit too much for not much performance increse. however, the 270x's are like $200 cheaper for a loss of ~300khash. practically, would you go quantity (270x) or quality?
The problem with quantity is that you will end up needing more motherboards, risers, etc. I thought 270's weren't advisable before since they had little hash for power/cost? Maybe they are useful now since every other decent mining card is out of stock or way overinflated pricewise.
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I clone the source into Home, and build there. The data files go into .whatever directories in home also. Using a 1TB HDD so space is fine, 8GB RAM, dunno about the swap file though, I'll check that though it should be easily enough.

I got a few wallets downloading blocks and half a dozen tabs up - and I get freezes whenever I do something. If I close the wallets it goes back to normal. So - probably the block downloads for some reason.

If you have several wallets going, and they are downloading to a mechanical hdd, I think that would be a lot of read/writes to your disk, which can effect performance. I noticed the same thing, not system freezes but just general sluggishness while working at desktop and with programs.

I'm loving those ghetto rig pics, Although those poor cards with no support, leaninggggg. I should put a pic of what I made that supports my cards somewhat. Just a simple cardboard peice with cutouts for the pci slots, and legs that go down to the motherboard and hold the cards straight in their sockets. Plus I rigged a fan on top that blows down onto the cards..
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is multipool down for everyone or just me?

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I can't seem to get to it either. Hopefully Wait now I can access it just fine. :)

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Wow, DOGE is @85 satoshi - and I remember a week ago thinking I should put in 1 BTC @30 satoshi.

 

What I've learnt: never wait for the price to fall lower, unless you can be at the computer 24/7. When you feel it is nearing the trough and underpriced that's when to buy up.

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