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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Try a different mining program, say cgminer for maxcoin: http://maxdl.1gh.com/cgminer-windows.zip?nocache=0.020293578039854765

Settings are dead simple, and the miner includes a premade bat file. Can't go wrong.

If that doesn't work your hardware will not mine pts, or something's wrong with it.

thank you very much for the miner..it appears to be working no?



i have some question about adding ypool.et to the list of pools

it asked for the pool url first so i input http://ypool.net:8080 or should i use the stratum one?
username: is this my website access username or worker name?

i tried a couple of different combination but it says the pool is down or slow and cannot connect

what do you suggest?

please note that i checked the pool on my Sig rig and its working fine..so what am i doing wrong on the laptop?
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Originally Posted by Outlawed View Post

BTS X, where are you!!??

I see don't see even a general date update listed on their forums.

Agreed!!!! I've been mining VTC like a fiend for what seems like forever now, lol. Just wish I knew what was going on with the BTS-X stuff. Last I saw they had pushed it back, and were talking about BTSme or something....
post #6053 of 6478
Well, good news for those still banging away at Protoshares, is the value has gone up over the past couple days to .009 to .012 on average at Cryptsy.
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Originally Posted by omari79 View Post

thank you very much for the miner..it appears to be working no?



i have some question about adding ypool.et to the list of pools

it asked for the pool url first so i input http://ypool.net:8080 or should i use the stratum one?
username: is this my website access username or worker name?

i tried a couple of different combination but it says the pool is down or slow and cannot connect

what do you suggest?

please note that i checked the pool on my Sig rig and its working fine..so what am i doing wrong on the laptop?

Nice! biggrin.gif

You can't mine at ypool with that miner, but no biggie, mine at 1gh and voila.
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Well, good news for those still banging away at Protoshares, is the value has gone up over the past couple days to .009 to .012 on average at Cryptsy.

Yeah!!! biggrin.gif
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What card?
770 4gb on cuda

and 270x toxic on cgminer
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770 4gb on cuda

and 270x toxic on cgminer

Nice, 4gb, might as well mine yacoin on it.

As for the 270, I'd reccomend ultracoin right now.

Settings:

--scrypt-chacha --nfmin 4 --nfmax 30 --starttime 1388361600 --no-submit-stale --expiry 10 --scan-time 1 -d 3 --remove-disabled --queue 0 --gpu-engine 0-1100,0-1100,0-1100,0-1100 --gpu-memclock 1000,1000,1000,1200 --gpu-fan 70-100 --temp-target 85 --temp-cutoff 100 --temp-overheat 90 --auto-gpu --auto-fan --rawintensity 5120 --buffer-size 1400 -g 1 -w 256 --lookup-gap 2

(using yacminer 3.5 for ultracoin with the 270x...experiment with clock speeds)

For cudaminer, I'd say mine yac, ultracoin or microcoin with it:

cudaminer.exe --algo=scrypt-jane:UTC -d GTX770 -i 0 -L 2 -H 2 -C 2 -m 1 -l K -s 3

That will take 30 minutes or maybe less and it'll find the ideal launch config for your card. Experiment with -L you can try values from 1 to 4.
With 4gb of vram 1 or 2 might work best.
Once you find which auto tuned launch config is faster you can add it to the bat file, for example: cudaminer.exe --algo=scrypt-jane:UTC -d GTX770 -i 0 -L 2 -H 2 -C 2 -m 1 -l K8x32 -s 3 *

*keep in mind I have absolutely no clue what will be best for your card. tongue.gif

Good luck!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aj3vcsuY-JFNdERoRWIyOXp3bzg2TWdveWNudWxaVkE&usp=sharing#gid=0
post #6057 of 6478
can you give me best settings for mine YAC or UTC R9 280X ... Miner download link also please
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can you give me best settings for mine YAC or UTC R9 280X ... Miner download link also please

Don't be lazy! tongue.gif

Head to the ultracoin site, and then check out the pool's getting started pages.
It's all there, at least for amd owners.
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Is it just me, or is VTC seem to be getting a better return then YAC?
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Is it just me, or is VTC seem to be getting a better return then YAC?

Depends on your hardware...if you have a GT 640 yac will be better, same with a GTX 750 Ti probably.

Edit:

Join me at heavycoinpool, they have a bonus making it the most profitable coin for GTX 780 and 750ti users (not sure for other models).

When that's over we can migrate to either yac, utc, vtc or maxcoin (those are pretty much tied in profitability, with max ahead on 780/780ti and 750ti cards, and yac ahead for older 6xx and 7xx cards with 2-3-4gb vram buffers).

We need more hash to find more blocks and get that sweet bonus, so come on!

https://heavycoinpool.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool
Edited by ivanlabrie - 3/21/14 at 7:25am
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