Discussion in 'General Software' started by pantherx12, Feb 17, 2011.
Running 1000 core 785 memory (afterburner minimum) now, thanks
I made an ccc oc profile then edited the memory clock to stay the same as idle 960 core 300 mem .
how do you do that? I just realized that the actually mem seed stays at 1050 anyways so I'd loive to do 1000 core 300 idle
Something along these lines:
You make a profile in Catalyst and name it appropriately
You go to:
Open the profile you just made in Notepad
You set the desired Memory clock under:
(put the desired frequency in all 3 fields)
Save the file and load the profile
How do you do this? thanks
In the left menu, click Presets
Click Add Preset...
Fill the required info, like Name of the profile, Tooltip info (optional, for convenience)... if you want, assign a (global) Hotkey for it, etc
Click Save, and that should be that
even after that it still runs at 1050
it should look like this <Feature name="MemoryClockTarget_0">
<Property name="Want_0" value="30000" />
<Property name="Want_1" value="30000" />
<Property name="Want_2" value="30000" />
then click aply the created modified profile two times .
So how do I know if it's working?
The bitcoin client itself is on Generating with the small CPU 5,000k/hash on the bottom left, and the GPU client displays the 220,000k/hash, but other then that nothing's changed in the last 12 hours...
I think I posted a pic of it, so is everything working correctly? It just seems strange to me for NOTHING to show up, not even like a status or something.
EDIT: The pic is near the middle of Page 4.
I'm actually thinking of doing pooled mining now, since (supposedly) the difficulty of generation is going to be 40% more than it is now, in a couple of weeks.
So when is http://mining.bitcoin.cz/ going to open registration???
Also, what exactly do I have to do to make the GPU client and everything work with the pool?
EDIT: Just saw this helpful explanation from Aphex:
I just checked my client today and it generated a block!!!
It says 95 confirmations remaining, so I guess it'll take a while before I can use the coins but still, pretty amazing!
Just wondering if I should try to trade it on Mt Gox or hope for another block so I can get the 70 or so BTC required for that $50 Virtual Visa card... hrmmm
is it normal that after my 1st block was generated, the confirmation number keeps on going up? im at 306 confirmations >.>
Doesn't it stop at 120 confirmations? I'm pretty sure that's all it needs before it's confirmed.
Maybe it's a glitch? You could try restarting your client maybe.
still continues.. at 307 now
Hmm... when you double click on it, what does it say?
I also suggest looking through/searching the bitcoin forums themselves for the issue, and if it lasts a REALLY long time, you could always contact the bitcoin staff.
Does your balance still say 0.00?
Maybe it's confirmed and you didn't notice?
Hey Aphex, do you know if you can move the funds of a Virtual Visa card to a bank account?
If I end up getting a few of them, I'd rather have the funds in one place instead of a bunch of separate balances.
nono my balance is 50, but I just am wondering why the confirmations just keep going up
I thought you weren't getting the money at all.
Well it shouldn't really be an issue... I wouldn't see it as a problem, as long as it was confirmed at 120.
While it's confirming the blocks, it doesn't use any (maybe a VERY little) amount of your hash rate, so it should still be able to get future blocks fine.
If you do however run into some problems other then the number rising, I suggest contacting support, they probably know the most about the issue.
He did get the Bitcoins it always goes up. Each Block is part of a chain, as that chain goes up it goes back to your block and confirms it.
At least thats my very vague understanding of that.
You can make a paypal and use the Gift card as a the Credit card. Then make another Paypal with your Bank info and send the money from the Gift Card Paypal to the Your Bank Account Paypal.
Thats the best way I can think of atm. Maybe there is a better way but I don't know it.
You could always try selling it.
It's too bad the ratio isn't 1:1 on that virtual visa site, means I have to get a second block before cashing anything in >_<
Yeah but it changes with Bitcoin value. Like I said it used to be almost 1:1 but as soon as the bitcoin lost value it went up.
Who knows. Maybe when you get your second block it will be more 1:1 or less
I just hope I get that second block before the upcoming 40% difficulty increase, and if I don't, I hope at least that that pool site's registration opens soon.
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