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For YAC specifically? probably the one in the guide or digger's pool. I have an account with each and they provide very similar returns. Digger's pool has a custom UI so it may be a bit tough to find your feet at the start.

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Ali, sorry for not putting up a cpu guide yet. very busy with uni atm but it will be uploaded in the coming days for sure

thanks, been running auto-tune for a couple hours on the pool in the videos, how long does it usually take?
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thanks, been running auto-tune for a couple hours on the pool in the videos, how long does it usually take?

oh, if you check the second video I posted, it shows you that the auto-tune should spit out the 'optimal kernel' for you within a matter of seconds; best bet is to hold the scroll bar down on your cmd window when it pops up so that the miner text doesn't quickly scroll down before you catch it smile.gif

that being said, if you don't mind the extra few seconds cudaminer takes to perform the auto-tune when you first start up, you don't actually have to specify the kernel in your batch file; it'll just want to perform the auto-tune each time you restart cudaminer.

at the end of the day, if you're seeing accepted shares and your balance is strarting to creep upwards, then you're still successfully mining smile.gif
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oh, if you check the second video I posted, it shows you that the auto-tune should spit out the 'optimal kernel' for you within a matter of seconds; best bet is to hold the scroll bar down on your cmd window when it pops up so that the miner text doesn't quickly scroll down before you catch it smile.gif

that being said, if you don't mind the extra few seconds cudaminer takes to perform the auto-tune when you first start up, you don't actually have to specify the kernel in your batch file; it'll just want to perform the auto-tune each time you restart cudaminer.

at the end of the day, if you're seeing accepted shares and your balance is strarting to creep upwards, then you're still successfully mining smile.gif


hmmm if that is the case then something is wrong as ive had 1 share accepted out of 7000 or so >.>
any ideas?
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hmmm if that is the case then something is wrong as ive had 1 share accepted out of 7000 or so >.>
any ideas?

Hmm, what graphics card are you mining on? And what does your bat file look like atm?
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Hmm, what graphics card are you mining on? And what does your bat file look like atm?

Hey man, what kinda KH/s do you get on your ti with mining YAC?
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Hey man, what kinda KH/s do you get on your ti with mining YAC?

Last time I ran it, I was pulling about 5.5khash iirc. Depends on the OC I run, but it usually hovers around 5khash
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Here is a pretty well tuned .bat for my gtx 670s. I' have them running between 3.9 and 4.2 KHash/s each.

Both are running at 1241 MHz core, 7500 MHz+7600 MHz on the memory and 1.212v.


cudaminer -s 10 --algo=scrypt-jane -d 0,1 -L 2 -l k64x2,k64x2 -b 32768,32768 -i 0 -C 2 -H 1 -m 1 -o stratum+tcp://yac.coinmine.pl:9088 -O
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Can someone explain to me, like to a baby, what does this mean ?

"Site has been migrated to new server and I had to delete non-unique wallet addresses. Please update them!"

I can see that the server already migrated to https://www2.coinmine.pl/yac/index.php , so my question is, what should i update? smile.gif I made the account before the migration, but i wasn't mining...i've just started, so do i need to do something before everything goes to toilet? I have my first unconfirmed (still) YAC's , so....do i need to do something, or that's just a warning to worry about guys who already did mine there?

Thank's for the tutorial btw. ^_^
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Can someone explain to me, like to a baby, what does this mean ?

"Site has been migrated to new server and I had to delete non-unique wallet addresses. Please update them!"

I can see that the server already migrated to https://www2.coinmine.pl/yac/index.php , so my question is, what should i update? smile.gif I made the account before the migration, but i wasn't mining...i've just started, so do i need to do something before everything goes to toilet? I have my first unconfirmed (still) YAC's , so....do i need to do something, or that's just a warning to worry about guys who already did mine there?

Thank's for the tutorial btw. ^_^

I'm pretty sure it's just a warning to those who had been mining previously that they need to re-enter their wallet address in their account settings.

I didn't strictly cover wallet addresses in the tutorial, but essentially if you want to cash out your confirmed YACoins, you'd want to go to your account settings / profile settings on the pool website and enter a 'wallet address' which is where your YACoins would be sent to. You get given a wallet address when you download and install the YACoin wallet (google will reveal some download links for you).

It's not essential to have a YACoin wallet to store your YAC's anywhere, it's just an extra step some people like to take. I tend to just leave any mined coins within my pool account until I want to transfer them to a exchange website for trading purposes, as every time you transfer coins from one place to another (be it a pool, a wallet, or a exchange website) you get charged a percentage fee for doing so. By leaving my coins at a pool website until I'm ready to trade them on a exchange website, I cut down on a few fees smile.gif
Edited by fleetfeather - 3/19/14 at 3:58pm
post #20 of 37
Here is my batch file for yacin, for some reason only getting like 1.2khash. Any Ideas?

cudaminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://yac.coinmine.pl:9088 -u Username -p PW --

algo=scrypt-jane:YAC -l k53x1
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