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post #621 of 1291
Linux is way better...screen ./cudaminer

screen -ls

kill process id

That fixed 99% of the miner crashes. Sometimes you do have to reboot but you never lose remote control.

Also, mining scrypt is kind of a moot point guys, these pups mine heavycoin like there's no tomorrow and use half the power at it, also try yacoin, ultracoin, and similar memory intensive algorithms (vertcoin ain't bad)
post #622 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Linux is way better...screen ./cudaminer

screen -ls

kill process id

That fixed 99% of the miner crashes. Sometimes you do have to reboot but you never lose remote control.

Only problem is, I couldn't get Cudaminer to compile correctly, or even sometimes get Ubuntu or Xubuntu to boot correctly with Nvidia cards. It was way easier when I was using AMD cards.
post #623 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ccRicers View Post

Only problem is, I couldn't get Cudaminer to compile correctly, or even sometimes get Ubuntu or Xubuntu to boot correctly with Nvidia cards. It was way easier when I was using AMD cards.

Yeah, I know...I won't compile it myself...there is a new linux distro for nvidia, it's 3gb, have yet to download and test it myself.

Using BAMT 1.6 on the amd cards and windows 7 64 on the nvidia ones. Got a 750 ti WF today. so cute next to the 780 wf lol
post #624 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Yeah, I know...I won't compile it myself...there is a new linux distro for nvidia, it's 3gb, have yet to download and test it myself.

Using BAMT 1.6 on the amd cards and windows 7 64 on the nvidia ones. Got a 750 ti WF today. so cute next to the 780 wf lol

I'm just gonna wait on the next BAMT when Cudaminer is integrated. I hope I can do some decent OCing for them too. I have the 750 Ti's that don't have 6-pin connectors and don't overvolt so it's nothing major.

And when I retire one of those cards from the mining setup, I will use it for an awesome SFF build.

By the way, anyone have any experience using a 16x-16x riser with these cards? Does performance drop a bit with them?
post #625 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Also, mining scrypt is kind of a moot point guys, these pups mine heavycoin like there's no tomorrow and use half the power at it

What's that "vote stuff" on Heavycoin?
post #626 of 1291
i am trying to mine vertcoin with cudaminer and cant seem to figure it out.

can someone give me an autotune bat file example ? i will be mining with a 750ti and 560ti in the same pc. Thanks

this setup is working fine for ltc and doge, but would like to try vertcoin.
post #627 of 1291
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post

What's that "vote stuff" on Heavycoin?

Miners and anyone who has stake on Heavycoin can vote for the next block rewards, capped to a maximum limit. The interesting part is that greedy side of you might vote for a high block reward, but that would be short sighted as it produces a lot of coins in a short time and might make them lose their value. If you have more stake/supply in the coins, you would prefer a lower block payout, making the coins harder to mine.
post #628 of 1291
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post

What's that "vote stuff" on Heavycoin?

A feature, built in the coin. You can vote via the mining program, to decide new features or changes in the coin, democratically.
Pretty cool biggrin.gif
post #629 of 1291
These new features being put into coins are pretty cool and, NXT talk aside I feel this is actually the next generation as it is directly evolving from standard scrypt coins.
post #630 of 1291
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Originally Posted by e6ug View Post

i am trying to mine vertcoin with cudaminer and cant seem to figure it out.

can someone give me an autotune bat file example ? i will be mining with a 750ti and 560ti in the same pc. Thanks

this setup is working fine for ltc and doge, but would like to try vertcoin.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1468166/gtx-750-ti-mining/590#post_21963505
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