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It's better than the previous versions, but I haven't tried 1e, you got a link?

I don't. the OP in that thread mentioned it and lists a link to another thread, but I didn't see a download for it. Im content with this one for now. It may cause me to spend 500 dollars on a 2nd card, however. Damn expensive hobbies!
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

My folder looks like this:




Also check out the answer given by user "vm1990" in this. Looks like it could be a potential solution for you:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=333111.0

Can anyone else confirm this is safe to download and use? I dont feel safe opening up hundreds of addresses just to sync this wallet.

Also I transferred 1 PTS to my wallet, which I cant get working now. Is that coin lost so long as I cant get into the wallet?

thanks
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I'm glad I figured out this miner back when you were helping me originally. I think some people will be put off by having to create their own batch file rather than editing a existing one, but it's well worth it.

.3c 3% = 1840c/m
Arcuda = 2050c/m

All you really have to do is copy the batch file from PTSGPU miner download in this thread and change the .exe at the beginning. That's what I did.
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Reinstall the miner folder.

Or: make sure your virus protection isn't deleting the .exe file. Mine was doing that.

Which miner folder are you referring to? The 3c folder? Do I copy and paste the new miner into that folder? I'm a noob at this and apologize for being such an annoying idiot. 3c no longer works for me (o cpm) and I have had to start using version 4.

Edit-Got it working but only on one GPU. At least I am getting closer.
Edited by BulletSponge - 2/1/14 at 7:37pm
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All you really have to do is copy the batch file from PTSGPU miner download in this thread and change the .exe at the beginning. That's what I did.

And add the "-m avx" argument wink.gif
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And add the "-m avx" argument wink.gif

the miner said "using AVX" for me without adding that in.
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the miner said "using AVX" for me without adding that in.

Ahh fair enough. Some people will have to edit it though I think.

What cpu are you running? I'm sure it's in your sig rig, but I'm on mobile tongue.gif
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Ahh fair enough. Some people will have to edit it though I think.

What cpu are you running? I'm sure it's in your sig rig, but I'm on mobile tongue.gif

4770k but I don't mine with it.
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Yep fair enough
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Here's the link to arcudaminer 1.0e

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2214.0

However, on my 680 im getting way less with arcuda (800-1000 cpm). Im averaging 1400-1500 with ptsgpuz. Not sure what Im doing wrong. :-/
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