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General Discussion / I'm so confused no matter how much I read..
« on: March 10, 2014, 04:31:54 am »
So I was mining PTS and no I can't make head or tails of this BTS X thing, is this a new predessor to PTS?

Will we be GPU mining BTS X? If so when is it being released?

WTF is a dac? I read the "Wtf is a dac" thread but that didn't really help.

Should I be ready to start mining BTS X? Is a gpu miner in development?

BitShares PTS / Re: [ANN] - Protoshares mining sub-pool
« on: February 23, 2014, 07:14:56 am »
So the calculator here stats I should be getting Daily earning @ 17000 cpm: 4.1366 PTS -

I've been running for 24 hours and this is what I have

Last 30 days (including unpaid):
date         pays   USD    EUR     blocks
2014-02-23   0.4PTS $ 6.4   4.0EUR  8
2014-02-22   2.6PTS $44.4  27.6EUR 44
2014-02-21   0.4PTS $ 7.3   4.5EUR  7
block   date                reward  pays   sh/min  pool sh/m   confirm
56085  2014-02-23 07:38:39  12.581  0.073  62.9    10910.3     000/120
56014  2014-02-23 05:48:33  12.528  0.074  64.3    10901.2     035/120

Unconfirmed: 0.1465116PTS ($2.52, 1.57EUR)
Pending balance: 0.00PTS (min. payout 0.2)

Doesn't add up, or am I missing something?

BitShares PTS / Re: [ANN] - Protoshares mining sub-pool
« on: February 21, 2014, 11:02:52 pm »
at what point does Beeeeerr transfer PTS to my wallet? For example. Ypool transfers it at 1 PTS.

Also how can I see confirmed PTS using  ???

BitShares PTS / Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« on: February 18, 2014, 08:45:46 am »
Which Catalyst driver should I be using for my 290x's under Ubuntu?

BitShares PTS / Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« on: February 13, 2014, 08:57:09 pm »
None at all. I was just saying that if wanted to mine at two different pools
at the same time by running two separate threads on each GPU (one to Ypool
and one to Beeeeer) then ODD number is just fine. If you wanted to devote
GPU's to the both pools and have an ODD number of GPUs then obviously you'll
have one extra card to either pool..... UNLESS you split that one ODD card with
two threads with each thread going to a different pool. It's just configurations
and honestly I'm not sure if there are gains at ALL to be made by mine both
simultaneously. Technically you would be mining against yourself since everyone
is searching for the same "next block" (unless they are sneakily doing the 51%+
flaw) but at least you're guaranteed some share time instead of loosing all your
share time if the block is not found. In a perfect world if only two pools existed
then you'd be getting shares for each block found.... but....... :-) :-)

again, just thinking out loud! no flames please!

Whats the problem with running an ODD number of GPUs?

Ah I understand, just making sure there wasn't some issue running an odd number of GPUs

BitShares PTS / Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« on: February 13, 2014, 06:39:32 pm »
My rig has 4 x R9 290's (soon to be 5 x R9 290's when I get home) and since
switching to Linux yesterday the multiple threads work great for that little *oomph*
in computing power. Another way to look at my unique idea is to run certain GPUs
(multiple thread) on Ypool and then run the remaining GPUs (multiple thread) on
Beeeer, essentially devoting a GPU card to a pool. This is great for those with even
amount of GPU cards which I will NOT have when my fifth arrives today....

Just thinking out loud.... :-)

@mbender71: I've never tried that because I always tested with a multiple GPU setup. But I think it should work.

Whats the problem with running an ODD number of GPUs?

BitShares PTS / Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« on: February 13, 2014, 06:45:47 am »
running 6 gpu on one motherboard is very easy to burn your ATX connector on mother board since each pcie slot will draw 75w from motherboard. if you want to put more than 4 cards on same motherboard ,you need to use powered riser for pcie

So tinkering around with clpts... I was wondering... can you run six gpu's on windows, since everyone says its almost impossible without heavy modifications to windows and/or the drivers...

since I see a lot of fuss over people being able to run five with difficulty, and so many have to use some weird trick or tip to get six to work... so I ran to a friends, borrowed two video cards, and now I have an answer!

yes you can run six gpu's on windows 8.1 64bit...

I didn't need to do anything fancy for windows... hooked up to the risers and turned it on... came up right away...

Now I should mention, it was more challenging to get the BIOS to recognize all six cards, than windows... I had to disable several things in the BIOS, change all the pcie 16x slots to pcie 1x... and of course disable the onboard graphics (which I actually had been using since it was nice to mine full bore on the cards and use the onboard for daily work with no flickering).

my friend just called and asked when I'll have the cards back, I wish this was like borrowing a garden hose and he'd forget... he doesn't want to go all night without full mining, the sickness we all share!

I think the reason this was so easy, they were all the same GPU chipset, the pitcairn, a mix of 270 and 270X cards... I now wish I had a 7th one to test and see if I could get all seven to work together at once... I think this is the reason I love coin mining, its just one big hobby to tinker around with things and see what you can do.

Would these risers work?

BitShares PTS / Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« on: February 13, 2014, 12:29:04 am »
Can anyone please comment on what you are getting with the latest version on a 290X?

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