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Member Since 12 Jun 2008
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In Topic: Official OCC 2017 Christmas Contest

28 December 2017 - 03:39 AM

Thank you everyone for the generous prizes as well as the work you put into organizing this. Hope everyone had a good holiday season!

In Topic: Everything Cryptocurrency Thread!

27 December 2017 - 04:04 AM

If you add a pcie riser slot, graphics card to those servers,.. that would boost your profits drastically.  :yes:


I've been debating getting a GPU to add to the mix, but given that I'll be moving abroad sometime in 2018, I'd rather not buy things I'll have to deal with the hassle of selling later on. Some cards would definitely speed up the mining process though that's for sure!

In Topic: Everything Cryptocurrency Thread!

27 December 2017 - 03:39 AM

Not to shabby for cpu mining.., why don't you try a less popular cryptonight coin.., or what about varium... might boost your profit a tiny bit.

Edit: Verium is spelled Verium, not Varium

I've been thinking about switching to another cryptonight coin, Monero profits are starting to slow down drastically now that its value has spiked. I'll check out Verium and perhaps others, thanks for the tip.

In Topic: Official OCC 2017 Christmas Contest

26 December 2017 - 07:25 AM

Congrats to the lucky winners, and good luck everyone for tomorrow's drawings!

In Topic: Everything Cryptocurrency Thread!

26 December 2017 - 01:13 AM

I just thought I'd share my very different setup. I'm mining Monero on three dual-socket HP servers. I have 70-80 threads running on 3 Debian VMs depending on load. I mine with cpuminer-easy, a fork of cpuminer. At full tilt, I can get 2000 H/s. It doesn't make much money, especially with the diminishing Monero rewards, but I don't pay for power as my servers are racked at work. Here's a screenshot of CPU resource usage on vSphere.