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We have upgraded our wallet to the latest version (https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=4442.0)
Thanks.
Glad to see a response from a respected pool owner.

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 I have a Geforce 860M on lap. When I run mmcpool gui miner. It shows:
12:02:42.296 [GPU1] Platform: NVIDIA CUDA
12:02:42.296 [GPU1] Device: GeForce GTX 860M
12:02:42.296 [GPU1] Total device memory: 2048 MB
12:02:42.296 [GPU1] Maximum buffer size: 512 MB
12:02:42.296 [GPU1] Driver reports maximum buffer size is less than 1024MB! W
l try to allocate 1GB anyway. It could work but we can't help if it doesn't.
12:02:42.472 [GPU1] initialized successfully
12:02:43.473 Started 1 miner threads
12:02:43.474
  • Started mining loop

12:02:48.205 [1] GPU error -5: reading output
12:02:48.205
  • 12.68 R/m, 0.000 Sh/m, last 19.92 R/m, 0/1 H/R, 0/0 A/R

12:02:54.725 [1] GPU error -36: clearing output
12:02:54.726
  • 10.66 R/m, 0.000 Sh/m, last 59523.81 R/m, 0/2 H/R, 0/0 A/R

12:02:57.093 [1] GPU error -36: clearing output
12:02:57.093
  • 13.22 R/m, 0.000 Sh/m, last 1.#J R/m, 0/3 H/R, 0/0 A/R

12:02:58.195 [1] GPU error -36: clearing output
12:02:58.195
  • 16.30 R/m, 0.000 Sh/m, last 1.#J R/m, 0/4 H/R, 0/0 A/R

12:02:58.908 [1] GPU error -36: clearing output
12:02:58.908
  • 19.44 R/m, 0.000 Sh/m, last 1.#J R/m, 0/5 H/R, 0/0 A/R

12:02:59.542 [1] GPU error -36: clearing output
12:02:59.542
  • 22.40 R/m, 0.000 Sh/m, last 1.#J R/m, 0/6 H/R, 0/0 A/R


Does MMCPool GUI miner support GTX860M? How can I fix it?

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did the reg file and rebooted and the system crashed...getting BSOD every startup, it's in a loop

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Does memory size on the gpu card make a huge difference? Say 3GB to 6GB? Would that be a noticable difference in hpm?
Anything above 2G does not make a difference.

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Does memory size on the gpu card make a huge difference? Say 3GB to 6GB? Would that be a noticable difference in hpm?

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Started mining the other day on my Haswell E3-1230. Wanted to throw in a gpu to the mix. At 100%GPU I was having some major issues. You see, this isn't a really quality card (Power Cooler 7850)...but when it did mine I got 7-8 hash. My cpu mined like a beast with no errors (9hash @ 7 threads). This is a workstation that is used as  basic PC most of the time. So when I added the 7850, I took it down to 6 threads...still 9hpm. When I increased power in catalyst by 10% and decreased the clocks to 800/1150 and set GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=80, I got less crashes, getting 7.5hpm. Playing video or doing anything java script crashes the driver. Is this normal? I'm running catalyst 13.12, should I get an older driver? Is it a driver or hardware failure? I have run the reg file every time the crash happens.
Yes, this is quite normal: the coin algorithm is real hard on GPU. For the reg file, it is sufficient to run it just once, the system does not override the settings then.

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Started mining the other day on my Haswell E3-1230. Wanted to throw in a gpu to the mix. At 100%GPU I was having some major issues. You see, this isn't a really quality card (Power Cooler 7850)...but when it did mine I got 7-8 hash. My cpu mined like a beast with no errors (9hash @ 7 threads). This is a workstation that is used as  basic PC most of the time. So when I added the 7850, I took it down to 6 threads...still 9hpm. When I increased power in catalyst by 10% and decreased the clocks to 800/1150 and set GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=80, I got less crashes, getting 7.5hpm. Playing video or doing anything java script crashes the driver. Is this normal? I'm running catalyst 13.12, should I get an older driver? Is it a driver or hardware failure? I have run the reg file every time the crash happens.

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Hi,

at present "Payouts are made automatically when reaching 0.5 MMC. "

Is it better to payout when reaching 5 MMC, for example?

Thanks.

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Hi
I meet this problem too in MSI 7850 Hawk 2G.

Most likely you have too little system RAM in your rig/PC, especially if you have multiple cards.

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Hi
I meet this problem too in MSI 7850 Hawk 2G.

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is 1gh is down?

Error 522 Ray ID: ff8c3966d5f0673
Connection timed out

What happened?
The initial connection between CloudFlare's network and the origin web server timed out. As a result, the web page can not be displayed.
It was under heavy DDoS, now recovered.
Thanks! Working now!
« Last Edit: February 20, 2014, 04:35:41 pm by earntodie »
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is 1gh is down?

Error 522 Ray ID: ff8c3966d5f0673
Connection timed out

What happened?
The initial connection between CloudFlare's network and the origin web server timed out. As a result, the web page can not be displayed.
It was under heavy DDoS, now recovered.

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Hi Guys,

Maybe I overlooked something but I could use your assitance in the following matter: while mining with the gpu software downloaded from the pool website I get really low speeds like 0.7 - 1 hash/min. I assume that this is related to the number of threads?. If yes, what is the usual number of threads for a HD 7950.
Many thanks in advance.

Florin
« Last Edit: February 15, 2014, 04:54:09 am by Orryn »

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This appears to be resolved. Not sure what it was, but it only lasted about 10 minutes.
We're sorry. We did a short (20 minutes) frontend maintenance.