Warning: All the content of this page originally come from 4chan.org. This is only a partial archive made to avoid destruction. Some posts and images may be missing. All the messages below have been posted by anonymous users and we do not guarantee any truth of what they said. For any illegal content, please contact me so that I can immediatly destroy it! LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 03:37:45 No.32881641
Weird, that PSU should be able to handle the load of two 6950's. What temps were they hitting?
Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:00:17 No.32884413
I don't know, when I was monitoring them before they peaked at 82 or so, which is within the thermal limit. Also overheating seems like it would cause a BSOD at the very least. This confuses me. Maybe the PSU is dying?
Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:00:49 No.32884425
Also they weren't running at max intensity, just 14
Try intensity 13, and I'd monitor them for a little while to make sure. Also, try underclocking them a bit. (I know it sounds weird, but LTC mining is weird like that) I've pulled better KH/s with my 7870 myst by experimenting with underclocking.
Actually, you don't need to have the blockchain on your local machine, as it's connecting to the server P2Pool software, and not a local instance. However, you will need the complete blockchain if you want to receive payments to your local wallet
yeah i guess so LOL
just go to
and look up the beginner's guide
Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:45:02 No.32887219
Pentium Dual core CPU E5700 @3.00 GHz
Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:46:36 No.32887239
complete beginner here:
do I have to be constantly online to mine?
do my amd cards have to be in crossfire?
can I use different cards, from different series? among my old cards I have a 5870, 6770, and a 4650.
can I mine on the cpu (955) at the same time as the cards?
how should I monitor things on my main rig?
sorry if I'm asking retarded questions
Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:46:39 No.32887240
alright gonna get in on this litecoin shit
Which miner should I use for cpu mining?
You can use different video cards at the same time, they don't have to be in crossfire. I would use Speed Fan to monitor temps, I've noticed that mining on my proc while mining on my GPU, that it lowered my GPU speed.
yes you have to be constantly online but there's very little internet traffic that is being used up
your cards don't have to be in crossfire mode, you can set it up to where each of those video cards can mine separately
you can use different cards from different series because a) no need for crossfire b) set each card to mine independently
you can but you get more work done with your gpus, i don't even bother with cpu mining anymore
check this list out to see how much work can be done and compare it between cpu vs gpu
for myself, i just have my miner open to make sure that it's working and also mis burner to monitor heat ouput and what not,
also, check out the beginner's guide on cryptojunky, it'll show you how to get started with ppol mining and honestly that's the way to go, i though about mining independently but that only works if you have serious rigs setup especially built for mining because if you mine independently, you will only recieve coins if you find a block and you have to be pretty lucky if you're using 1 high end card or multiple low end cards, with pool mining, you get paid per share so there is a pretty steady stream of coins coming your way
i'm running a 955 and 7950 and i get about 2 coins a day with pool mining
also, don't come in with a mindset of getting rich quick, you might be disappointed, come in with a mindset of doing something fun and interesting, if you get lucky and ltc takes off like crazy like btc then cash in, if not then whatever
Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:56:08 No.32887358
And I get litecoins for that, right?
I'm new to this, I don't understand so good.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:56:57 No.32887377
do you have an amd gpu?
if you do use it, you'll definitely be getting much more khash/s
my 7950 gets 350 at medium workload and 550 at heavy workload
Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:57:31 No.32887390
which pool are you using to mine with?
Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:58:53 No.32887405
The one in the op.
I have one, but it's dead
Blue lines are active hash, I believe red is dead/stale shares? Could be wrong. Mean is your average speed and area is: (From forum post)
"The chart is averaged out over the period the chart is displaying, and the stats shown in the console, are averaged out over the past 10 minutes or so, based on your diff-1 share submission, so luck will play a part too."
Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:35:23 No.32887802
yo, how long does it take for me to get paid on average ?
Hashrate? You'll receive your coins in your wallet when the network finds a block. You won't be able to use the LTC until a certain number of confirmations. (check the transactions tab in Litecoin client)
Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:37:56 No.32887832
I forget with lite coins, but with btc it is 120 confirms after it finds a block.
If its also 120 then that will be 5 hours on average after it finds a block
Nah, mining on the pool with a 7870 myst and 6850. Just ordered 2 7850's tonight.
stekimafijas 2013-04-08 10:49:17 No.32887952
[Missing image file: weminenow.jpg]
Okay guys, thanks a lot for the help in the other threads, just a few quick questions;
Using a mildly OC'd 7670m (don't worry, got professional cooling, never gets past 59C, no matter what), and getting 93khash/s
1. Is it normal?
2. I'm using pic related on 15 intensity, should I use something else to garner better results, or is this what it is?
3. Using leshcat modded drivers for my laptop, 13.1, they work fine.
4. My Litecoin wallet says to be still synchronizing (downloading something), I'll get the coins if one is found regardless of when it finishes, right?
I can play video/browse np with my myst @ 330 kH/s
These are my settings:
--thread-concurrency 8000 -I 13 -g 2 --queue 0
Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:55:42 No.32888046
Why does it take so long to synchronize with the network?
Currently at 11%.
stekimafijas 2013-04-08 10:56:02 No.32888050
Thanks a million.
To be quite honest I use LTC mining more as a benchmark for my laptop since I work at one of the biggest chains of laptop servicing, and it's especially pleasing to put it to the test after it had so much problems with HPs drivers that were given in a fucked up state.
At any rate, I'll leave it on the clock, will check back within a few hours!
Depending on your kH/s, it takes some time to work a payable share. Welcome to cryptography based currency! :P
Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:50:35 No.32888651
Changing pool immediately.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:54:01 No.32888687
Someone give me some a fraction of a litecoin please. I want to see if my wallet works.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:56:48 No.32888721
>mfw if I build a second pc from $600 that I would build anyway, and with the electricity prices here, according to dustcoin I'd be looking at more than my monthly wage, pure profit at current ltc prices.
posting the fact that you reported someone is baneable too
maybe you're going to get reported, but not by me cause then it's like I told you and then I report you and then I get banned too, but maybe someone will report you and not say anything
Neither would I, it is obviously a scam.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:27:51 No.32888982
[Missing image file: yoba.png]
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:30:25 No.32889014
Difficulty of LTC mining has rised from 20 to 220 in just one month thanks to huge advertising of LTC around internet. Everyone just rushed into LTC mining hoping to get rich with it. If this goes on difficulty will be 1000 before end of this summer. Then with one high-end radeon one can only earn about 0.4 LTC per day.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:32:07 No.32889031
This is a scam. You won't see any coins fools.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:33:33 No.32889046
Any 7970 litecoin mining bros in here?
What's your hashrate and settings?
You can laugh. People laughed too, back in 2011. All that butthurt when the dude just left.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:37:22 No.32889096
i laughed because i just found it funny. OPs poool may be a scam after all
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:37:35 No.32889101
heh, that would definitely fry my air cooled card.
hitting 86°C on 1800MHz
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:38:08 No.32889109
[Missing image file: uhuh.jpg]
>being THIS retarded
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:39:09 No.32889120
Why not join some big trustworthy pool? What is the advantage in creating small pools like this?? Only one making money on this is the OP who gets the referall dosh.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:39:35 No.32889128
are you implying that op tried to bump his thread by samefagging and failed
or are you implying that the guy who tried to frame op was retarded?
if 1, you are probably the guy who pasted that pretending to be op
Disable any gpu acceleration in windows aero, disable HW acceleration in flash, try lower intensity.
Which GPU are you using to mine with?
Lavender 2013-04-08 13:34:37 No.32889831
I think the correct solution is to install gentoo. Or reduce intensity.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:35:49 No.32889843
inb4 OP leaves with the whole block.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:35:51 No.32889844
I work in an IT company with over 1900 employees and and 10 companies whose hardware is outsourced through us (another 1000 computers each). I'm at a fairly high level point (I have access to servers, deployment software, ...).
Reckon I should try something with stealth mining or just let it be?
Hahah, I'd be too tempted to mine on that. Do low loading so it's undetectable. >:D
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:36:48 No.32889863
Oh, nice, can you pelase explain to me how intensity works? I don't want my GPU to run 100%, (i have hd 5850) just say 80% so i won't melt it, just a nice breezy mining
is it enough to back up my wallet once or do i need to back it up after every transaction?
if i restore an older wallet.dat, will this somehow fuck everything up or does it just need to sync again?
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:38:04 No.32889885
Try different intensities.
Lavender 2013-04-08 13:38:31 No.32889893
Set intensity to 12. If you're planning on gaming turn the miner off.
[spoiler]I'm guessing you have a high end card 6xxx or 7xxx with this advice[/spoiler]
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:38:43 No.32889898
Just back it up once in awhile.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:39:45 No.32889917
eh, it won't melt.
my 7970 is mining happily at 86°C for 3 weeks now.
no signs of failure yet
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:40:08 No.32889925
A trojan in a torrent file (like a game) seems more efficient. You can potentially get a load of retards mining for you without knowing, plus you don't risk your job.
Really, I'd go for releasing trojans on trackers, if I were you. Maybe not as efficient as 1900 computers, but way more safe for you. It is not like pirates will sue you for having put a virus in an illegal copy.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:40:50 No.32889941
how do you mine for litecoins
how do you mine for litecoins
how do you mine for litecoins
how do you mine for litecoins
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:41:07 No.32889949
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:41:58 No.32889964
Can I get the miner to send the LTC to an online wallet?
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:42:14 No.32889971
register at some pool like OPs or give-me-ltc.com
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:43:30 No.32889992
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:43:52 No.32890002
I have a 5850 non-reference (sapphire xtreme) and it's all fine at 80-85. My specific card throttles back core and memory around 90c. Make sure you watch for that with yours.
Also, clean your card and then just set a manual fan speed and watch it for a while.
Yes, you can, as long as the address is static.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:44:57 No.32890019
Fucking read the thread.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:45:19 No.32890024
HAHahaha, its the /g/ mining pool all over again.
Watch out /g/, this guy might be hacked
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:46:14 No.32890034
Lookup how p2pool works then realize how retarded you are.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:46:45 No.32890045
Much better than having shitty CPUs with dust-covered stock coolers whine away at your workplace (or at any place that can be connected to you).
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:51:06 No.32890096
[Missing image file: btcminerbotnet.png]
I personally don't do that (I don't actually mine, I am just in these threads because curious about the technical aspect), but I read more and more about them.
Here are a few posts on /v/ talking about it. There was a full thread last saturday, but the archive hasn't been backing threads up for a few days now.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:51:26 No.32890100
ok question, where do i find my wallet's adress?
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:52:53 No.32890123
If this guy is indeed a scammer, look here:
Address, phone number and facebook page (he is one ugly motherfucker)
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:54:05 No.32890146
Litecoin wallet under receive.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:54:31 No.32890151
You guys are fucking asshole retards. Have you looked at how p2pool worked. This guy is offering all this work for 0 fees. Wtf
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:54:44 No.32890155
Just made my first 0.01 LTC, this is so exciting.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:55:24 No.32890165
If it's so secure then why the biggest pools have fees and people still use them in such big numbers?
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:56:42 No.32890182
He literally CANNOT scam you in any way unless you connect without a wallet address, then any work just goes the node wallet or address.
How fucking hard is it to read the god damn bitcoin wiki on p2pool. It fucking tells you how it works and way it's safer.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:57:32 No.32890194
[Missing image file: topLEL.png]
Yarr harr fiddle dee dee
K 2013-04-08 13:59:00 No.32890214
Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:00:10 No.32890231
How about just looking at all the IP addresses that are accessing his site and then, I don't know, hacking into peoples' computers and steal the coins from their insecure wallets?
Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:00:21 No.32890234
[Missing image file: 7970.png]
no, seriously, i get much better hashrates on CGMiner than on GUIMiner, even with the same settings. god knows why.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:00:53 No.32890239
Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:00:59 No.32890243
Why in the hell do you hav the voltage at 1.225? I can run 1000/1300 at 1.0 just fine for both of my 7850s.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:01:12 No.32890247
Because using p2pool is slightly harder to set up, you cannot instantly cash out (the money is directly sent to you from the block itself and that in btc/ltc code requires 120 confirms, most pools front you the money, in ltc terms this means 5 hours), there is a cap on size of p2pool so it can't be as large as btcguild, the pool splits into mini pools, it was only released after major btc pools were established
Read up on p2pool dumb duck.
Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:01:37 No.32890254
You're running a 79xx i'm running a 7850 plebian
Contact me | All the content on this website come from 4chan.org. All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.