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what software you guys using to remotely connect to your windows mining rigs? i am using teamviewer and it only works 1/2 the time. also how much ram should i run in my rigs. both rigs are running win7 64? sorry for all the newb questions, just learning as i go.
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what software you guys using to remotely connect to your windows mining rigs? i am using teamviewer and it only works 1/2 the time. also how much ram should i run in my rigs. both rigs are running win7 64? sorry for all the newb questions, just learning as i go.

I'd reccomend 8gb, and eventually move to a linux box...problem is we don't have the software yet, so we're stuck with windows with these cards.
Using linux as is right now would be a pain, and remotely managing windows is already pretty sucky. (crashes way more frequently and can't be recovered remotely).
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TIL Cgwatcher works on Cudaminer and CCminer tongue.gif

AFAIK CGWatcher does not work with Cudaminer!?

CudaManager does: http://www.reddit.com/r/cudamanager
Allows you to set backup pools as well!
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AFAIK CGWatcher does not work with Cudaminer!?

CudaManager does: http://www.reddit.com/r/cudamanager
Allows you to set backup pools as well!

I should try the new version...last one used to slow down cudaminer so I ditched it.
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I should try the new version...last one used to slow down cudaminer so I ditched it.

Just tried it myself, costs about 75kh/s... not worth it imho.
My pool is rarely down. Like once every two weeks for at most an hour.
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Just tried it myself, costs about 75kh/s... not worth it imho.
My pool is rarely down. Like once every two weeks for at most an hour.

Yeah, I don't get it...lol

I'm mining fugue at dwarfpool...nxt-e sucks though, hope it gets a better exchange soon, same as with Bitleu, the romanian coin.
post #717 of 1291
Mined around 12 hours of rotocoin with a single GPU and got 0.023141.
Dif felt from 219 to 83 now.

Now I'm back to VTC. I really liked this one.
VTC/BTC is going up these days.

I need a secong GPU ASAP, so I can keep one on a preferred coin an the other on not so popular ones.
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Mined around 12 hours of rotocoin with a single GPU and got 0.023141.
Dif felt from 219 to 83 now.

Now I'm back to VTC. I really liked this one.
VTC/BTC is going up these days.

I need a secong GPU ASAP, so I can keep one on a preferred coin an the other on not so popular ones.

I'm on Vertcoin as well, I'm making a nice amount per day with my 750 Ti's and AMD rig, but the 750 Ti's are way more efficient than my 7850/7950. :)

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I'm on Vertcoin as well, I'm making a nice amount per day with my 750 Ti's and AMD rig, but the 750 Ti's are way more efficient than my 7850/7950. smile.gif

If you don't mind to share the "numbers": How many 750's will have mining VTC and how many coins you get a day?

thx
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If you don't mind to share the "numbers": How many 750's will have mining VTC and how many coins you get a day?

thx

I have four 750 Ti's and I'm making around 0.01 BTC per day, or ~2.8 VTC with just them. With my 7850 & 7950 added into the mix that brings the total up to around 0.018 BTC per day, or 5 VTC.

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