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Give it time. It could take hours.

sweet. it showed up smile.gif


my first digital coin.
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Am I doing something wrong or does it take days to get 1 PTS mining with a 680? Are there command settings that I can use like "-H 1 -C 2 -m 1 -d 0 -l K8x32 -i 0" with cudaminer or is 1340-1350 cpm's all I'm going to get? I'm on day 3 and only have .6yadayda PTS's is this normal or I'm wasting my time?
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Am I doing something wrong or does it take days to get 1 PTS mining with a 680? Are there command settings that I can use like "-H 1 -C 2 -m 1 -d 0 -l K8x32 -i 0" with cudaminer or is 1340-1350 cpm's all I'm going to get? I'm on day 3 and only have .6yadayda PTS's is this normal or I'm wasting my time?

Approx. how many hours has it been mining?

@1350 cpm, you should be earning about 0.48 PTS/day.
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Yeah, should take a couple days with a single 680 at least. I'm pulling down about 1 a day now, at around 4000 cpm.

They're meant to take long, but unlike say Doge, a full PTS is actually worth something. You're still making about 7 bucks a day at the current rate.
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I'm trying to figure out how much more I should expect my electricity bill to be if I were to leave it on 24/7. `$.16/kwh here.

Try to borrow a Kill-a-Watt from a friend or neighbor. You can figure out for sure how much power your card is drawing.
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Try to borrow a Kill-a-Watt from a friend or neighbor. You can figure out for sure how much power your card is drawing.
Thanks, repped both of you guys, I've got it narrowed down pretty much, might even stop by Home Depot and pick one of those up since they're ~$20.
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The AMD mining client on just launched yesterday. This first week before difficultly climbs looks exciting to me smile.gif

Man that's what worries me. Higher difficulty = harder to mine, but higher share value.

And the fact that 90% of miners in the world have AMD GPU's, this isn't looking good for us Nvidia Users. It's like the one thing that Nvidia had on their side is also taken over by them, lol....
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Did anyone like my amd & NV quick mining guide? smile.gif
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Man that's what worries me. Higher difficulty = harder to mine, but higher share value.

And the fact that 90% of miners in the world have AMD GPU's, this isn't looking good for us Nvidia Users. It's like the one thing that Nvidia had on their side is also taken over by them, lol....

I don't feel so dirty about it. If NV miners are consistently developed weeks/months before the AMD equivalent, you should tend to see the biggest gains by mining with NV cards before the value skyrockets.

That being said, I'm thinking of grabbing a R9 280X or 290X with the funds I'll earn from PTS.
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Did anyone like my amd & NV quick mining guide? smile.gif

I've read it. I actually need something like this, I want to put my 280x's and 770's in one mobo, but i guess there will be too much heat
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