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Where did you see 3k?

I think it's far more profitable...one block, I mined for a few minutes, bang, 0.0395pts.
If I get that per block and a reasonable amount of blocks per day I'll be making 0.18btc per day.

at the wiki comparison page:

http://xpmwiki.com/index.php?title=Hardware_comparison

I dont know what is profitable i dont have time to wait 24 hours to see what i get to compare to PTS. of course with gpu stepping in on PTS its likely going down in price so who knows. I just want to be sure my cpu is making decent amount per day. Is 1800p/s going to make me as much as PTS has at 275cpm (prior to todays gpu mining release)?

How much should i expect to make per day?

also is this based on difficulty how fast your working? I really dont understand it yet :/ having trouble figuring it out. I see in the original release someone with a 8350 pushing 9990p/s i hope this is due to the difficulty increase that my speed would be so much lower? I just dont understand it i guess :/. Which settings are even changeable to get better results? is there even any tweakable settings?
Edited by dmfree88 - 1/11/14 at 5:27pm
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I just did but I was wondering what you meant by 0.04 PTS per block. Are those displayed in the graphs above?

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at the wiki comparison page:

http://xpmwiki.com/index.php?title=Hardware_comparison

I dont know what is profitable i dont have time to wait 24 hours to see what i get to compare to PTS. of course with gpu stepping in on PTS its likely going down in price so who knows. I just want to be sure my cpu is making decent amount per day. Is 1800p/s going to make me as much as PTS has at 275cpm (prior to todays gpu mining release)?

How much should i expect to make per day?

also is this based on difficulty how fast your working? I really dont understand it yet :/ having trouble figuring it out. I see in the original release someone with a 8350 pushing 9990p/s i hope this is due to the difficulty increase that my speed would be so much lower? I just dont understand it i guess :/. Which settings are even changeable to get better results? is there even any tweakable settings?

http://pts.1gh.com/user?wallet=PuRrjgkZHSJUooZag3eQedpFMSSisPpJeq

That's me...3 x 280Xs.
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yeah thats not good. what makes u think the price will be the same for pts now? im on xpm now tongue.gif. hopefully they wont figure this one out.

also i use ypools jhprimeminer and now my 8350 is running 35000PPS

Why wouldnt you tell me 1800 was ridiculously low? I really dont know what to think now....

still getting paid lousy. i really dont understand primecoin i guess. After an hour or so with the new miner ill take a screenshot. hopefully it will be running properly?

Will post here please let me know if it seems right? up from 1800 to 35000 seems strange?:
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yeah thats not good. what makes u think the price will be the same for pts now? im on xpm now tongue.gif. hopefully they wont figure this one out.

also i use ypools jhprimeminer and now my 8350 is running 35000PPS

still getting paid lousy. i really dont understand primecoin i guess. After an hour or so with the new miner ill take a screenshot. hopefully it will be running properly?

Will post here please let me know if it seems right? up from 1800 to 35000 seems strange?:

Ypool's miner uses a different performance metric...can't compare that to HP11 or beeeeer.org's one.

And about pts, gpu mining is more profitable than you'd think. 5 blocks in 10 hours, so far. 0.5pts per block, using 3 cards. Roughly 6 pts per day on said setup.
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yes right now. the price is going down because of this. Think what you want but when gpu mining hits a coin that was cpu mined it goes down in price. im sure it will still be profitable but its not going to be as profitable as scrypt probably this time tomorrow.

Im trying to use my CPU to make money here. so i still dont understand which is better or how to tell them apart or how to tell which one works better. if they both use completely different types of miners for the same coin then how to compare them?

ypool seems to pay me constantly even if im not submitting shares for xpm? seems strange but when i do submit a share i get a nice chunk. I dont understand how it works at all but i seemingly am making more in ypool. Ill come back to my pc in an hour or so and check my balance. i spent like 4+ hours on beer and got like 0.023 says i make 0.0025 per hour. thats very poor is it not? Considering ive been sitting here for maybe 30 minutes on ypool and already over 0.003

I am confused about how it works why is it so damn difficult and different from miner to miner. killin me. Seemingly working better on ypool though idk.

Update:
Apparently it doesn't matter which one i use neither is profitable. Xpm is not for fx processors. Atleast not mine. Making more off scrypt haha.
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@dmfree88: You're going to be hard pressed to make any profit from a single mid-range processor, regardless of what coin you mine.
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So... pretty bummed about PTS going GPU. The i5 I have in my possession will be back to doing XPM.
    
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@dmfree88: You're going to be hard pressed to make any profit from a single mid-range processor, regardless of what coin you mine.

I was making 3 bucks a day off pts it only costs 50 cents a day to run give or take. Xpm does not perform well at all for me. Probably heavily intel favored. No biggie im making 2 bucks a day scrypt. Still profit.
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i dont have time to wait 24 hours to see what i get to compare to PTS.
So you were making $2.50 a day and you can't miss out on that $2.50 to try mining it for 24 hours to see where you're at?
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Posted this in another thread and got no response so maybe I can get some help here.

Need some advice if anyone can steer me in the right direction. I know nothing about Intel always used AMD.

I have an Intel DX58S0, I know it isn't the greatest but I got it for $5 at Fry's a while ago.

I am looking for a LGA1366 cpu. I see a bunch on ebay and that's about it.

Should I be looking for an I7 or the Xeon cpu's. I am really looking to pay less than $150 for it.

I won't do much cpu mining unless there is a killer one for the price. I just don't know if a Xeon will work with regular home computing /mining. I thought Xeon was for servers.

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