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Ye, must be Windows only then :p

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Is there even any point mining with a single 4670K?
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Of course there is! tongue.gif

Everything adds up...
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How much would I make in a month of solo mining? Probably nothing, right? biggrin.gif
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I'm already at work so coffee has been had. tongue.gif

Cheers, haha!


Heheh, now that I've been at work for a few hours, & have drunk a pot of coffee, I'm back on point wink.gif

Cheers! biggrin.gif

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How much would I make in a month of solo mining? Probably nothing, right? biggrin.gif


It's not worth it solo'ing unless it's a newly issued coin (ok, really there's one circumstance that mitigates that: *IF* you have a large farm of your own, that's not so true).


Generally speaking though, if you don't have some serious hashing power at your disposal, you're much better off with a good pool, especially where blocks, block rewards, orphans, & stales are concerned. thumb.gif

For a more direct answer to your question, not much.



Oh, and no one has any love for my little micro powerhouse? frown.gif I haz teh sadz.
Edited by ForceProjection - 1/8/14 at 5:14am
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Heheh, now that I've been at work for a few hours, & have drunk a pot of coffee, I'm back on point wink.gif

Cheers! biggrin.gif



It's not worth it solo'ing unless it's a newly issued coin (ok, really there's one circumstance that mitigates that: *IF* you have a large farm of your own, that's not so true).


Generally speaking though, if you don't have some serious hashing power at your disposal, you're much better off with a good pool, especially where blocks, block rewards, orphans, & stales are concerned. thumb.gif

For a more direct answer to your question, not much.



Oh, and no one has any love for my little micro powerhouse? frown.gif I haz teh sadz.

Yeah I know about that it was justa hypothetical question. I mine a lot of scrypts with my GPU and I always use pools
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Which cpu's, memory setting, speed, & miner are you running? Sounds about right, if you're running it on a x3 720 BE/ Athalon at stock settings, but on any other cpu, it's definitely under performing.


For a reference point, on 5 cores/threads, my 1090T does 180-ish c/m @ 4.2 Ghz.


CPU: Intel Core I5-2320 @ 3.00 GHz 4 core
RAM: 4GB
Miner: jhProtominer - 64-bit

Here's what I'm passing to it:
jhProtominer.exe -o ypool.net [removed miner specific info] -m512

any ideas?
any other params i can pass to tweak and squeeze a bit more out?
Should i be using a different miner?
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CPU: Intel Core I5-2320 @ 3.00 GHz 4 core
RAM: 4GB
Miner: jhProtominer - 64-bit

Here's what I'm passing to it:
jhProtominer.exe -o ypool.net [removed miner specific info] -m512

any ideas?
any other params i can pass to tweak and squeeze a bit more out?
Should i be using a different miner?


Yes sir, you definitely should be using another miner, specifically yam miner, the SandyBridge optimized version. Which you can find here : https://mega.co.nz/#F!h0tkXSxZ!f62uoUXogkxQmP2xO8Ib-g

You'll see a rather large improvement in hash speed over jhprotominer with yam. When you set up yam, make sure to watch the miner for the first go 'round, & note the AV= parameter, which is the fine tuning algorithm variation. When you find the best performance, simply add that number to the .conf file, & done. When you restart the miner next time, the tuning will be pretty well perfect from there on out.


Other than that, maximizing your yield is dependent on what background services can be disabled, autostart entries, etc. Just remember, if you're simultaneously gpu mining on the same system, reserve a core for cgminer, and let yam have all the rest of the cores to do with what it wills. smile.gif Btw, by using AVX instructions, will actually leave your computer usable, if a slight bit slower, even with the cores @ 100% duty cycle. You won't see as many major lags, in other words. biggrin.gif



Oh, and one last thing: You don't have to go through the trouble of removing your miner info from config files. All anyone can do with that, is mine for you. Hell, I hope someone thinks their getting over by "lifting" my miner login, I can use the extra hashing power! wheee.gif Lol!
Edited by ForceProjection - 1/8/14 at 7:54am
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xD one can only dream...

i5 4430 stock with 1333 value ram yields 0.043 with 3 cores over at xolo's. have yet to test yam with that rig.
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Originally Posted by Hazzeedayz View Post

CPU: Intel Core I5-2320 @ 3.00 GHz 4 core
RAM: 4GB
Miner: jhProtominer - 64-bit

Here's what I'm passing to it:
jhProtominer.exe -o ypool.net [removed miner specific info] -m512

any ideas?
any other params i can pass to tweak and squeeze a bit more out?
Should i be using a different miner?

get rid of jhminer and use yam

available from the same page you got jhminer from on ypool. Down a little lower theres optimized yam versions for win64/linux. You wont regret the switch. Find one specific to your processor or use the generic version and you will get MUCH better cpm.
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