rejoice yerself, cause those babies run at 3.5Mkeys/s, good for about 1000 blocks a day.
Me got 2 of them, and 2 1.2Ghz cows too and some coppermines, 933 and 866 I believe.
Y'all can understand that those cows ain't mine, but are at work.
This ting did 340 rc5 Packets in ONE night! is that slow? My AMD k6 did about 100 RC5 packets evry 24 hours this was only about 8-9 hours! and the 1 ghz did 340 RC5 packets!
This thing seems pretty fast!
heres my ini file
does that mean 28 blocks per Packet?
[This message has been edited by voogru (edited 12-11-2000).]
as I said, it is good for about 1000 blocks a day, so 340 in 8 to 9 hours seems right on schedule actually.
Keep it cracking and it'll serve you right.
Good job Voogru... I sure wish I had one of those hehe
voogru, give us some pricing, how much did you spend, all together (yes, including the cool black case )
they ain't actually mine, but I got the following cracking for me at work:
1.2Ghz Tbird, 2 times
1.0Ghz Tbird, 2 times
At home I got:
750Mhz duron @ 825Mhz (still locked)
Amd-k6-2 450 @ 540Mhz (cracking 24/7 for Noresull )
2 486 66Mhz
In total I get about 7000 blocks a day with this, cause they don't run 24/7, all those cows at work are testconfigs, so they won't run optimal.
Way to go Voogru Sounds like you finally got your new box working, I'm happy for ya!
/Me way happy for you! Keep those puppies... err cows crunchin'!
Never mind, I found out what the problem was.
The hd's seem to be suffering from heating, as I let em cool down for a few minutes and started em back up, the are running 3.5Mkeys/s again, right on speed.
[This message has been edited by Ultima (edited 12-13-2000).]
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