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LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 03:37:45 No.32881641

[Missing image file: litecoin2_out_2.png]

http://198.100.45.108:9327/static/


0% Fee, P2Pool mining node. Instructions on page.


LTC P2Pool Node - LTCNode.com


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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 05:55:23 No.32884333
Come on and mine with us~

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 05:57:15 No.32884359
>>32881641
I left my shit on overnight mining (2x 6950) and when I woke up my comp had restarted.

However there's no .dmp file indicating that there was no BSOD, so I'm not sure wtf.

PSU not able to handle system load maybe? Using a corsair 750W TX

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 05:59:11 No.32884390
>>32884359
Weird, that PSU should be able to handle the load of two 6950's. What temps were they hitting?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:00:17 No.32884413
>>32884390
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?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:00:49 No.32884425
>>32884413
Also they weren't running at max intensity, just 14

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 06:02:56 No.32884454
>>32884425
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.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 06:05:48 No.32884491
There's also a good chance that your top card overheated due to the close proximity of the 2nd card in crossfire.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:12:02 No.32884560
>>32884454
>>32884454
>>32884491
Why keep an eye on things and try that. So, what is stratum and should i have it enabled?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:18:51 No.32884637
reminder that P2Pool is impossible to steal your coins due to how it's designed to take advantage of the txout tree

reminder that the fees are lower

reminder that it's harder to DDoS

only downside is you need to download the full LTC blockchain for it to work first, but it's only a couple gigs.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:19:36 No.32884647
>>32884560
err, *will.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 06:21:13 No.32884657
>>32884647
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

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 06:22:26 No.32884672
Stratum explanation:

http://mining.bitcoin.cz/stratum-mining

I believe it lowers the bandwidth usage of miners?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 06:38:07 No.32884918
FFS, I've never had a domain take this long to prop to DNS'. -.-

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:39:34 No.32884944
>>32884918
make sure your TTL is below 1 hour, make it 30 minutes (1800 seconds) or something lower.

reminder that there are 2 TTL settings, one for your nameserver listing from your registrar, and one for your DNS server setting A records (your DNS server may also be from your registrar)

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 06:55:07 No.32885185
>>32884944
Done and done. I'll wait another 24 hours before I contact my host to see what's up.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 08:26:04 No.32886469
cranking along at 1.85 MH/s~

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 08:32:08 No.32886509
anyone has that litecoin copypasta?
I just got a 7950
and I wan to start mining in a pool

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 08:33:19 No.32886517
>>32884672
Yes, it also allows for fewer rejected work.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 08:34:12 No.32886522
can I put my old 5770 with my new 7950 and mine with both at the same time?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 08:56:47 No.32886698
>>32886522
Yes, you can. You just need to specify multiple parameters to CGMiner to run them at different speeds/shaders. Do a google search and you should be able to find a guide without a problem

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 08:59:23 No.32886715
>>32886509
Try this:

"C:\cgminer.exe" -o http://198.100.45.108:9327 -u LTCADDRESSHERE -p 8 --fix-protocol --thread-concurrency 24576 -I 20 -g 2 -w 256

and read:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=117221.0

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:00:01 No.32886722
>>32886715
without the http://

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:00:37 No.32886726
So what can you use LTC for?

Please link with sources

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:02:06 No.32886737
>>32886726
Exchange to BTC on an exchange and convert to USD.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:02:19 No.32886739
>>32886726
you can use it to buy bitcoins

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:03:00 No.32886742
>>32886737
Please link until then I refuse to believe you.

I really feel like this currency is even MORE ridiculous than BTC, surely you all know what you look like.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:07:37 No.32886784
cool - i'll switch over to your pool sometime tomorrow

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:07:53 No.32886789
>>32886742
Linking can get you temp banned dolt.

Search 'btc exchange' and you'll get multiple answers.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:10:00 No.32886803
>>32886789
So the only difference between illegitimate advertising and you is that you're not linking?
Oh and that you suck at it, fuck your currency you missed the boat nigga

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:13:10 No.32886826
>>32886803
b
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I'm sorry you're too lazy to do your own research to benefit from free money.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:15:00 No.32886837
Noob here how do i find my litecoin address.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:15:31 No.32886844
>>32886837
in litecoin client, under receive coins

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:16:57 No.32886861
WTF does this mean?

[10:15:30] - Miner failed to start. Make sure you have the minerd executable and libraries in the same directory as Litecoin-Qt.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:17:14 No.32886865
Anon, send me some bitcoins please
1APd3ok8ALwSFGS16j8s3DB6hLr5xHmEff

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:18:12 No.32886875
>>32886844
Thanks


Also does anyone know a good into info site or video for this, coz i have no idea what im doing

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:18:55 No.32886881
>>32886875
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=117221.0

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:22:53 No.32886924
>>32886881
they kind of skip certain steps there don't they?
I mean, from someone who starts from 0
I don't get how to mine in a pool from there

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:24:30 No.32886946
>>32886924
What are you trying to mine with? If it's a radeon card, you'll need to install the appropriate AMD APP SDK and Catalyst Drivers, then use either Guiminer Scrypt, or CGminer

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:25:21 No.32886962
>>32886946
is one better than the other?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:26:13 No.32886971
>>32886962
I prefer CGminer as it runs in a command prompt and outputs more verbose information.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:27:10 No.32886985
>>32886946
The SDK is only required for the 12.x drivers.

13.x does not require the SDK.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:29:19 No.32887023
>>32886985
Ah, I thought the 13.3 beta drivers were the only ones that had the SDK integrated. Thanks for the info!

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:30:53 No.32887041
>>32886875
>>32886924
>>32886962

hey, i you're a beginner, check out this site, it gives you a beginner's guide to pool mining, easy as hell!

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:31:19 No.32887049
>>32887023
They shouldn't be.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:31:59 No.32887059
>>32887041
yeah! that site is so nice!

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:32:23 No.32887066
>>32887041
Uhh...
What site?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:33:02 No.32887071
>>32887066
you need a 4chan gold account to see the link he posted

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:35:06 No.32887107
>>32881641
that website doesnt seem to exist

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:35:28 No.32887114
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83371.0

click GPU miner link, looks like the sites offline idk its not English. does anyone else have another link.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:37:12 No.32887137
>>32887114
>https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83371.0


http://www.me diafire. com/?0g2wi33437dawbs

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:38:48 No.32887158
I have an Nvidea Gforce GT 240.
Should I even bother?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:39:29 No.32887162
>>32887158
>nvidia
>shitty nvidia card

you'd have better luck with CPU mining.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:39:45 No.32887166
>>32887158

Which CPU do you have?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:40:14 No.32887171
>>32887059
>>32887066
>>32887071

yeah i guess so LOL
just go to
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and look up the beginner's guide

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:45:02 No.32887219
>>32887166
Pentium Dual core CPU E5700 @3.00 GHz

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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

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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?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:48:27 No.32887261
>>32887219
Personally, I wouldn't.

>>32887239

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.

I wouldn't bother using your 4650.

>>32887240

Google: Minerd Litecoin setup

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:48:59 No.32887270
>>32887239
And yes, you have to be constantly online.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:51:34 No.32887302
>>32887261
>I wouldn't bother using your 4650
poor little 4650. he even has a nice cooler on him. will he ever be useful again? ;_;

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:53:04 No.32887325
[2013-04-08 12:51:15] accepted: 7/7 (100.00%), 9.78 khash/s (yay!!!)

What does that "yay!!!" mean?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:53:43 No.32887333
>>32887302
Build shitty pc, over value it and donate it to use as a tax write off? :P

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 09:54:44 No.32887346
>>32887325

That you submitted a valid work to the pool

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:54:57 No.32887348
>>32887239

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
https://git hub.com/litecoin-project/litecoin/wiki/Mining-hardware-comparison#wiki-ATI_AMD_GPUs
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

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:56:08 No.32887358
>>32887346
And I get litecoins for that, right?

I'm new to this, I don't understand so good.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:56:57 No.32887377
>>32887325
>>32887325

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

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:57:31 No.32887390
>>32887358
which pool are you using to mine with?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 09:58:53 No.32887405
>>32887390
The one in the op.
>>32887377
I have one, but it's dead

Is ~9khash/s a slow speed?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:00:28 No.32887421
>>32887348
Thanks for the helpful posts. Really nice to see 4chan be something more than /b/ (That's what I get for only have been to 4chan for in the past, hah)

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:01:33 No.32887433
>>32887405
How is it dead? Some GPUs can still mine, even if they give artifacts in games.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:02:00 No.32887434
>>32887405
oh okay, well i don't know how the one in the op works because i use a different pool (coinotron)

9khash/s? compare it to 350khash/s or 550khash/s, yes it extremely is

and this is me, new and just using 1 video cards, there are guys out there using 10/20/30/40 maybe even more video cards to mine AT THE SAME TIME! look it up on youtube, it's scary

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:04:02 No.32887454
>>32887434
Pay system is PPLNS and there's 0% fee. In the long run, you should make more LTC with this payment system.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:04:36 No.32887462
>>32887433
It's dead for good, burned out.
Atm I only have my integrated graphics, I suppose this wouldn't help very much.

>>32887434
Oh, maybe I should try again when I'll buy a new card.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:08:57 No.32887506
>>32887454
>>32887454

hey, i'm interested in join your pool, but how to i set it up on my guiminer?
when i create a new miner, what do i use?
cgminer? reaper miner? or stratum proxy?

>>32887434
that's me btw hehehe

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:09:38 No.32887513
>>32887348
>>32887348
and
>>32887506
>>32887506
is me lol

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:11:44 No.32887531
>>32887506
Open your guiminer directory, find the folder containing cgminer, create a shortcut to it and use the shortcut parameters on the stat page.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:18:43 No.32887626
>>32887531
do i leave stratum on or off?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:19:26 No.32887637
>>32887626
stratum on

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:20:02 No.32887642
>>32887637
I use --fix-protocol to disable stratum.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:20:42 No.32887652
>>32887642
You shouldn't as one of the better features of p2pool is stratum.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:21:03 No.32887657

[Missing image file: woodrowthehomelessman.jpg]
BUY SELL BUY SELL BUY SELL

FUNNY MONEY BOO BAH!

pic related

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:23:37 No.32887677
>>32887642
how do i know i'm setting it up right and actually participating?
i'm seeing shares accepted but i am no where on your listing (searching for my receiving address)

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:24:36 No.32887692
>>32887677
Check the stats page, change filter to Hour and search for your LTC address.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:31:19 No.32887763
>>32887692
alright found it, i'm new to this thing so can you tell me what the blue and red lines represent on the graph? and also what the "mean" and "area" hash/s mean

thanks

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:34:51 No.32887798
>>32887763
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."

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:35:23 No.32887802
yo, how long does it take for me to get paid on average ?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:37:20 No.32887825
>>32887802
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)

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:37:56 No.32887832
>>32887802
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

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:39:48 No.32887847
>>32887832
4 times faster block generation than BTC, so it shouldn't take too long to receive confirmed payments.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:40:36 No.32887856
>>32887802
With LTC like 20-30 minutes usually.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:43:36 No.32887892
>>32887847
Yeah btc usually takes 20 hours for block rewards to be spendable

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:45:35 No.32887907

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>>32887892

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:48:07 No.32887935
>>32887907
>>32887907

solo mining?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:48:42 No.32887943
>>32887935
Payouts from p2pool will look just like this.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:49:09 No.32887948
>>32887935
Nah, mining on the pool with a 7870 myst and 6850. Just ordered 2 7850's tonight.

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stekimafijas 2013-04-08 10:49:17 No.32887952

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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?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:51:00 No.32887978
>>32887952
Correct, you'll get your reward once the block chain updates completely. Check this page:https://github.com/litecoin-project/litecoin/wiki/Mining-hardware-comparison#wiki-ATI_AMD_GPUs

Try changing the memory/core clocks, even underclocking. It takes a bit to find the sweet spot for a card.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:52:07 No.32887991
I will join the pool if you can tell me what to put in my cgminer batfile for my 5850

I mean that mining start thing..: cgminer --scrypt -o ...etc

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stekimafijas 2013-04-08 10:53:35 No.32888014
>>32887978
Yeah, was looking at that, the khash seems more than normal compared to for instance a 6850 my dad has.

Just a question, can I open a second guiminer and mine with a B980 (2.4ghz x2) Intel Pentium. It's leaving the PC more prone to risk and all, but I was just wondering if it'd be worth doing it.

Do people mine both GPU and CPU at the same time?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:53:50 No.32888016
>>32887991
cgminer --scrypt -o --worksize 256 --lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 5760 -g 1 --intensity 19 -U LTCADDRESS -p ANYPASSWORD

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:54:09 No.32888021
can I play vidya if I set my 7950 to low usage in guiminer?
I'm going to try it anyways

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:54:37 No.32888029
>>32888014
CPU mining usually negatively impacts gpu hash rate. And with that CPU, I wouldn't bother.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:55:29 No.32888043
is it normal to see artifacts on the screen when using high usage in guiminer-script?
or is my new 7950 broken?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:55:30 No.32888044
>>32888021
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

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:55:42 No.32888046
Why does it take so long to synchronize with the network?
Currently at 11%.

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stekimafijas 2013-04-08 10:56:02 No.32888050
>>32888029
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!

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:56:02 No.32888051
>>32888043
Artifacts are never good. What are your temps looking like?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:56:48 No.32888056
>>32888046
It's a few GB worth of data. :( You could always use a b t c - e LTC address to receive payments in the mean time?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:58:26 No.32888071
>>32888051
the thing is that they start as soon as I start the miner with high usage settings.
haven't checked temps yet
going to do it now

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:59:10 No.32888077
>>32888056
A few GB's shouldn't take that long with a 50 Mb internet speed.

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stekimafijas 2013-04-08 10:59:38 No.32888084
>>32888056
>b t c - e
Oh one more thing, since mine is stuck on synchronizing also, will I still get the payments from the LTCNode pool if it's on 12-13% for me but something is mined in the meantime?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 10:59:47 No.32888085
>>32888077

No clue how fast the download speed is, though.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:59:50 No.32888086
So if I start mining with you guys with my average of 300 mh/s.. How much LTC will I generate in a day?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 10:59:57 No.32888087
>>32888043
i have artifacts with my 7950 when i set intensity higher than 14.

>>32888051
it has no relation to temperature.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:00:18 No.32888091
>>32888084
Yes, as the pool gets work for the server's synchronized block chain.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:00:56 No.32888096
Hey LTCnode dude, how about also doing ppc? Its the coin of the future.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:01:12 No.32888098
>>32888087
ok, and you don't get them while playing right?
I'm updating battlefield still but I was able to download the litecoin thing faster.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:02:06 No.32888109
>>32888086

I use this calculator as a decent estimate:

http://litecoinminingcalculator.com/

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:03:01 No.32888115
>>32888096
I might integrate support for PPC in the future, but that's not really something that's prioritized right now.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:03:46 No.32888123
>>32888109
Where on your site does it show your difficulty?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:04:31 No.32888132
>>32888123
P2Pool Network Rate: 323MH/s (17% Stale) Share Difficulty: 0.632


I can move it to the top, if you'd like?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:05:08 No.32888138
>>32888132
oh I see it now, silly me.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:07:18 No.32888167
>>32888132
>0.632
but that doesn't make any sense in the calculator
it means I'd get like 400 LTC per day

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:07:21 No.32888169
Why did some extra files appear on my computer the moment I started cgminer with your parameters?
Are you trying to trick me?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:09:48 No.32888190
>>32888167
haha pleb, I'd get 1400 a day.
Get on my level.

But yeah, the fuck?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:10:22 No.32888192

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>>32888167
see pic

>>32888169
lolwat?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:12:31 No.32888219
OP, why am I not in the list on that page?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:12:50 No.32888220
>>32888219
This.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:14:37 No.32888234
>>32888219
>>32888220
you have to click on "stats" right on top of "miner setting"

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:15:10 No.32888242
>>32888219
Click Stats, Filter by hour and then search LTC address.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:15:22 No.32888244
>>32888016
Oh nice, thanks, and how do i connect my wallet to it?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:15:49 No.32888250
>Payouts if a block were found NOW:
What are the chances of this happening?
Would miners instantly get that amount in their wallet?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:16:00 No.32888254
>>32888234

wow, could it be smaller please?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:17:33 No.32888275
Is it even worth doing it with nvidia cards?

Specifically 480gtx

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:18:33 No.32888286
>>32888275
no
it takes too much electricity for a very tiny payout
unless you're stealing the electricity (and not from your parents)

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:18:42 No.32888287
>>32888244
Just put your wallet address in the YOURLTC spot. You'll be good to go.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:18:44 No.32888288
>>32888244
Use your wallet address as your username for your miner. Payments will be sent to that address

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:19:13 No.32888295

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>>32888091
How do i know you won't just up and run away with everyone's coins like that bitcoin pool dude did earlier?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:20:14 No.32888308
>>32888295
I don't have access to anyone's coins, which is why I like P2Pool.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:20:45 No.32888313
>>32888275

>running a gtx480 on full load for weeks

I guess its not a good idea unless you have great insurance on the house.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:20:52 No.32888315
>>32888295
Then we'd hunt this fucker down:

Zane Rayner (ZRayner09@Gmail.com)
+1.6016062557
Fax:
204 Sycamore Ave.
Richton, MS 39476
US

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:21:43 No.32888326
>>32888313
Maybe his plan to get rich is insurance money.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:22:59 No.32888335
AMD Radeon HD 7770
AMD AMD Phenom II X3 720

mine?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:23:38 No.32888341
My school has six computers with an i7-2600 and GT 530 GPU each. Which miner should I use?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:24:18 No.32888347
>>32888341
cpuminer

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:24:54 No.32888353
>>32888341
I'd like to see the headlines tomorrow.
>school burned down. Cause unknown.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:24:55 No.32888354
Can you mine on one card and play on the second one at the same time?

Assuming the heat is managable.
Even better, how about an nvidia used for gaming while an amd is in there for the mining.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:25:27 No.32888360
>>32888335

Nein

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:26:45 No.32888370
so lets say i join a pool with a supercomputer, will i get same share of money ans some faggot mining with his iphone? because that wouldn't be fair at all

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:26:59 No.32888372
>>32888341
https://github.com/litecoin-project/litecoin/wiki/Mining-hardware-comparison

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:27:15 No.32888375
>>32888315
>posts this dudes creds
>disappears from thread

Oh boy.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:27:28 No.32888376
So I got nothing for the 4:20:51 block, as I suspected because my address wasn't on the front page either. It's only there when I click on the microscopic stats link. Help.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:27:48 No.32888382
>>32888370
it depends on the pool. Most distribute according to the number of shares.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:27:49 No.32888383
>>32888347
What about ScryptMiner?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:28:05 No.32888386
>>32888375
scam avoided.jpg

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:28:25 No.32888390
>>32888376
Mine isn't even on the stats link page.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:28:35 No.32888391
>>32888375
I'm messing with the CSS on the index. :)

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:32:59 No.32888438
>>32888390
>>32888376
le_sucker_face.jpg

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:35:56 No.32888472
Moved Stats link to top for easier accessibility. Change filter to Hour and search for your LTC Address to verify work is being submitted.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:38:58 No.32888511
OP, I can settle your domain problems and set up email for you in like 20 minutes.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:39:56 No.32888525
>>32888472
Explain why not all addresses show up on the front page.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:40:59 No.32888534
>>32888525

Only addresses that have submitted a payable share show up on the payment list on the front page.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:42:48 No.32888559
Anyone want to trade passwords for ltc?

I can hook you up with brazzers, videobox..

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:46:12 No.32888599
>>32888534
What qualifies as a payable share? Is my khash/s not enough?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:48:23 No.32888625
>>32888599

Depending on your kH/s, it takes some time to work a payable share. Welcome to cryptography based currency! :P

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:50:35 No.32888651
>>32888625
>:P
Changing pool immediately.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:54:01 No.32888687
>>32888651
:P

Someone give me some a fraction of a litecoin please. I want to see if my wallet works.
LgsdjrghFN6GhjnLvLLU6u8WoLw4cyjqvf

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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.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 11:58:26 No.32888730
Can I get a systems check on my settings:

cgminer:
#!/bin/bash
export GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=95
export GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1
export DISPLAY=:0
cgminer \
-o http://198.100.45.108:9327/ -u LVNfZuN9xYnULqRv6WT9cRabd38Vqwetws -p 4chan_g \
--intensity 16 \
--scrypt \
--shaders 24536 --thread-concurrency 8000 -g 1 --worksize 256

my mouse lags around my desktop, I got a hd6970, and I'm getting 321kh/s, and a bunch of accepted xxx diff nn/nn gpu 0 messaged, as well as stratum from pool 0 requested work restart messages

My temps are at 31.3 C and I'm about to go to bed leaving this system on. Running archlinux with proprietary catalyst drivers.

Sounds safe? I Might have some LTC when I wake up?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 11:58:38 No.32888732
>>32888721
Grab a sempron chip, 8GB of ddr3, 3-4 pcie-slot mobo and go crazy on video cards. :P

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:00:18 No.32888746
>>32888730
Lower the shader number to reflect the amount of shaders your 6950 has. You should be able to pull 400+ Kh/s. Try these settings:

https://github.com/litecoin-project/litecoin/wiki/Mining-hardware-comparison#wiki-ATI_AMD_GPUs

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:03:28 No.32888767
>>32888732

Yeah, I could, there are also a lot of 5850s sold around here.

And I really can't find a reason not to, LTC might bomb and become useless, but unlikely it would happen in a month, and I already make back EVERYTHING in a month of mining and selling each day.

I also have a separate room for computers and shit so I don't even have to take the noise.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:04:22 No.32888779
>>32888767

Yeah, I'd replace the TIM on the GPUs to make sure your paste is nice and fresh.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:05:50 No.32888787
Alright, gentlemen. I'm going to sleep, I'll answer any emails if you guys have any questions. See ya around!

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:11:48 No.32888829
I remember the last time somebody made a /g/ mining pool. When the block was finished the dude didn't share, pretexting a hack, and was never heard of again.

The most funny thing? We were dozens warning the morons pool owner would just leave with the whole block.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:13:32 No.32888845
>>32888829

P2Pool is decentralized, I have no control over payments! Google it

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:17:39 No.32888875
>>32888845
so when will I see a percentage of a litecoin in my wallet?
I'm mining at 300

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:17:56 No.32888877
How fast does the LTC mining difficulty rise? It's now around 200, when it's going to be let's say 500? Are we talking about days, weeks or months?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:18:27 No.32888881
>>32888877
nobody knows?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:18:45 No.32888884
>>32888845
Dude said the same.

Did you really believe you are the first pulling this shit?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:19:32 No.32888893
>>32888875

I can't get an exact estimate, but the time till next share stat is a decent guide line to follow.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:19:53 No.32888899
>>32888881
There must be some sort of estimate?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:20:27 No.32888907
>>32888884

Move along, sir. >_>

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:20:46 No.32888911
You will never learn, /g/.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:21:49 No.32888924
>>32888899
I usually check every hour, or so.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:24:03 No.32888940

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:25:16 No.32888952
>>32888940
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

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:25:26 No.32888954
>>32888940

I would hardly consider this "Commercial Spam"

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:26:19 No.32888965
>>32888954
Neither would I, it is obviously a scam.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:27:51 No.32888982

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>>32888965

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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.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:32:07 No.32889031
This is a scam. You won't see any coins fools.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:33:33 No.32889046
Any 7970 litecoin mining bros in here?
What's your hashrate and settings?

Averaging at ~700KH/s. 1000/1750MHz
cgminer --shaders 2048 --thread-concurrency 8192 -I 13 -g 2 -w 256

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:34:47 No.32889060
>>32889046

This guy hit 750:

--scrypt --gpu-engine 1130 --gpu-memclock 1900 --shaders 2048 --thread-concurrency 8192 -I 13 -g 2 -w 256 -- Diamond reference card, full watercooled block, running at 1.150V @ 43C. Proof: http://imm.io/12eCR

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:35:37 No.32889070
>>32888982
You can laugh. People laughed too, back in 2011. All that butthurt when the dude just left.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:37:22 No.32889096
>>32889070
i laughed because i just found it funny. OPs poool may be a scam after all

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:37:35 No.32889101
>>32889060
>--gpu-memclock 1900
heh, that would definitely fry my air cooled card.
hitting 86°C on 1800MHz

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:38:08 No.32889109

[Missing image file: uhuh.jpg]
>being THIS retarded

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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.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:39:35 No.32889128
>>32889109
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

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Nudes 4 free top lel checkemfaggot 2013-04-08 12:39:56 No.32889130
>>32889109
because i totally can't fake anyone's name, right?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:40:16 No.32889136
how do i set mining to low priority so other apps using my GPU have the priority?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:41:39 No.32889153
I've been using http://suprnova.cc/ to mine litecoins. Why should I switch to you?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:41:40 No.32889154
>>32889136
you could try to use a lower thread concurrency and lower intensity.
not quite what you want, but still.

i've disabled any kind of hardware acceleration in the browser and in windows (windows classic) and it works just fine

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:42:33 No.32889169
>>32889120

I don't hold coins, so no possibility of scamming. P2Pool nodes increase decentralization. No fee, so more LTC for your work.

There's a reason I have a donation address on the page. ;)

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:43:47 No.32889185
>>32889169
website does not work

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:44:29 No.32889199
>>32886861

You need to download the mining client separately and put it in the Litecoin directory. Download from https://github.com/pooler/cpuminer/downloads.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:47:22 No.32889232
>>32889130
that wasn't his point you could even samefag with several IP a dresses,..........

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:48:45 No.32889248
Hey guys, I have two 6950s in my rig, is it possible to just use the second card with EasyLTC? My PC is unusable if I use the main GPU GPU as graphic updates are so slow.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 12:50:20 No.32889263
>>32889248
You should be able to. I know you can in CGMiner by using the --device parameter

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:50:46 No.32889268
Ok /g/, as most of you seem new and I am a good guy, I was searching the archive for the /g/ pool threads. Unfortunately, I can't find any archive going back as far as 2011.

You got warned. I wouldn't even be surprised if it is the same guy.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 12:54:28 No.32889318
THE FERRRRRK MODS WHERE ARE YOU

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:08:27 No.32889487

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>>32881641
>tfw i just finished setting up my stealth CPU miner on my thumb drive
time to go to every internet cafe in town.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:13:46 No.32889559
>>32889487
yfw the barely powerful CPUs won't do shit
50PCs will maybe be as strong as 1 7850

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:15:08 No.32889572
>>32889268
Dumbfucks.

Actually READ how p2pool fucking works. HE CANNOT DO ANYTHING TO TAKE YOUR COINS BEAIDES SETTING A FUCKIN FEE AND DONATIONS TO THE AUTHOR OF P2POOL HIMSELF.

He literally gets nothing but the amount of coins proportional to the amount of work he does.

The more people on a node the more information you process resulting in more payouts and bigger payouts for everyone.

How fucking sense can you people be?

P2pool is nothing like existing private pools.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:16:54 No.32889593
>>32889572
>implying that he'll ever payout the coins to you
r-tard

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:20:09 No.32889636
>>32889487
>not releasing games on trackers and sneaking a gpu miner botnet in the crack
You can buy trojans with unknown signature (not in AV databases) for like $20 on black market.

There was a thread on /v/ yesterday (or maybe saturday), the dude was wondering why his GPU was at 99% usage when idling.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:20:51 No.32889643
>>32889593
Confirmed for not knowing how p2pool works. On my own personal node I get the amount of coins proportional to the amount of work I put in.

NO ONE HOLDS ANY FUCKING COINS. It's decentralized and PPLNS for a reason. Because of this the more people mining on my node the more frequent our payments and the larger they are.

I literally get 2-5 LTC a day because our combined hashrate is 2.3MH/s.

It takes 5 minutes to educate yourself on how p2pool works and pays out. All coins are mined, no one ever holds all the coins for himself.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:21:42 No.32889654
"Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me."

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:25:07 No.32889692
>>32889643
whats your hash rate fpr 2-5 LTC per day, also why such a big variance?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:26:15 No.32889705
>>32889643
>>32889572
Then what's the advantage; compared to a trusted mining pool?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:26:45 No.32889710

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>>32889643
YEEEEES YEEEEEEEEES
FEEL IT

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:27:12 No.32889719
>>32889692
Personally I get 650-700kH/s.

I can't look at anything else right now as I'm at university.

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Lavender 2013-04-08 13:28:49 No.32889741
>>32889705
No middleman

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:29:04 No.32889747
>>32889705
Better more frequent payouts typically.

Stratum, no worry about someone making off with coins (because they fucking can't).

Can run one yourself with little setup.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:30:49 No.32889769
>>32889741
This too.

Coins mined to straight to your wallet after a block is solved.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:30:54 No.32889773
I have a guiminer

how do I mine in this pool? pls explanatios

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Lavender 2013-04-08 13:31:08 No.32889780
>>32889719
I'm running 700-800 myself and I get about 2-5LTC a day too.

A block could have 1200 coins in it, or it could have 20. That's why it can vary loads. Take an average LTC/day over a month to get a realistic value.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:32:54 No.32889801
I turned on the cgminer and my pc is all laggy now, how do i set it up so i can still watch movies and browse internet without lags while gpu mining?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:33:50 No.32889816
>>32889801
lower the intensity.
disable hardware acceleration in windows (set the theme to windows classic) and in your browser.

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 13:33:59 No.32889820
>>32889801
Disable any gpu acceleration in windows aero, disable HW acceleration in flash, try lower intensity.


Which GPU are you using to mine with?

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Lavender 2013-04-08 13:34:37 No.32889831
>>32889801
I think the correct solution is to install gentoo. Or reduce intensity.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:35:49 No.32889843
inb4 OP leaves with the whole block.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:35:51 No.32889844
>>32889636
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?

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 13:36:41 No.32889861
>>32889844

Hahah, I'd be too tempted to mine on that. Do low loading so it's undetectable. >:D

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:36:48 No.32889863
>>32889816
>>32889820
>>32889831
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

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 13:37:30 No.32889869
>>32889863
-I parameter

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:37:40 No.32889873
how do you mine for litecoins

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:37:46 No.32889875
Question,
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?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:38:04 No.32889885
>>32889863
Try different intensities.

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Lavender 2013-04-08 13:38:31 No.32889893
>>32889863
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]

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:38:43 No.32889898
>>32889875
Just back it up once in awhile.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:39:45 No.32889917
>>32889863
eh, it won't melt.
my 7970 is mining happily at 86°C for 3 weeks now.
no signs of failure yet

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:40:08 No.32889925
>>32889844
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.

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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

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:41:07 No.32889949
>>32889925
Interesting.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:41:58 No.32889964
Can I get the miner to send the LTC to an online wallet?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:42:14 No.32889971
>>32889941
register at some pool like OPs or give-me-ltc.com
download miner
mine
install gentoo

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:43:30 No.32889992
>>32889964
NO

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:43:52 No.32890002
>>32889863

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.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:44:06 No.32890007
>>32889971
there is no register page at OP's page

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 13:44:14 No.32890010
>>32889964
Yes, you can, as long as the address is static.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:44:57 No.32890019
>>32890007
Fucking read the thread.

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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

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:46:14 No.32890034
>>32890024
Lookup how p2pool works then realize how retarded you are.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:46:45 No.32890045
>>32889925

Agreed.
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).

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:51:06 No.32890096

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>>32889949
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.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:51:26 No.32890100
ok question, where do i find my wallet's adress?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:52:53 No.32890123
Attention /g/

If this guy is indeed a scammer, look here:

Address, phone number and facebook page (he is one ugly motherfucker)

http://pastebin.com/y6LLmUEK

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:54:05 No.32890146
>>32890100
Litecoin wallet under receive.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:54:31 No.32890151
>>32890123
You guys are fucking asshole retards. Have you looked at how p2pool worked. This guy is offering all this work for 0 fees. Wtf

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:54:44 No.32890155
Just made my first 0.01 LTC, this is so exciting.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:55:24 No.32890165
>>32890151
If it's so secure then why the biggest pools have fees and people still use them in such big numbers?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:56:42 No.32890182
>>32890146
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.

Fucking idiot.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 13:57:32 No.32890194

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Yarr harr fiddle dee dee

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K 2013-04-08 13:59:00 No.32890214
>>32889487
give me

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:00:10 No.32890231
>>32890182
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?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:00:21 No.32890234

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>>32890194
>GUIMiner
>326KH/s

no, seriously, i get much better hashrates on CGMiner than on GUIMiner, even with the same settings. god knows why.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:00:53 No.32890239
>>32890231
k

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:00:59 No.32890243
>>32890194
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.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:01:12 No.32890247
>>32890165
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.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:01:37 No.32890254
>>32890234
You're running a 79xx i'm running a 7850 plebian

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 14:01:41 No.32890259
>>32890243

Yeah, that seems pretty excessive.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:01:50 No.32890263
my miner is showing only 17KH/s on my hd5850 is that normal? i see people here have like 250KH/son their cards

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:02:46 No.32890272
>>32890254
i know, i'm just saying that you will probably get higher hashrates if you use cgminer headless

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:02:55 No.32890275
>>32890263
You're not gpu mining maybe, are you CPU mining?

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:04:29 No.32890301
>>32890275
nope, definitely gpu mining, my gpu is 100% usage

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LTCnode.com - LTC P2Pool Node 2013-04-08 14:04:48 No.32890306
>>32890263

Make sure to select your gpu from the drop down list.

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Anonymous 2013-04-08 14:04:54 No.32890308
>>32890259
>>32890243

Thanks for the advice. It's running cooler now! Boy i feel dumb.

I have more 7850's in the mail too :) I don't pay for electricity here so #yoloswag







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