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  • Must be a Maxwell thing?
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    • Originally posted by k3vst3r View Post
      Yeah I suggest you mine Zcash on NV cards. AMD named their driver blockchain driver. They also working on drivers to enable 19 cards for single system too.

      BCH now has 40% of the hashrate, was nice knowing you BTC, so long fella.

      https://twitter.com/BITCOlNCASH/stat...214873088?s=04
      Not sure what to do. BCH is due a 300-400% difficulty increase in 5 hours that will make BTC more profitable again so if there is no politics going on and purely profit hunting, the hash power should switch back to BTC.

      http://fork.lol/pow/retarget
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      • Originally posted by BigIan88 View Post
        Must be a Maxwell thing?
        maybe. Cant test the 1070 as thats been posted to buyer but i fired up your 1060 and it was bouncing between 21.5 and 22.5 at the settings i use and thats where its always been. my hashrate was always very consistent mining etc with both cards
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        • Originally posted by k3vst3r View Post

          Pascal cards seem be resistant to it for some reason.

          Try -benchmark 199 to start up line an see what the hash is?
          it won't load the DAG with that entered in
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          • Strange should work?

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            • see attached
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              • try 180 instead of 199 then.

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                • getting 4.9MH with that
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                  • Yeah definitely dag epoch killing your hash then.

                    on bright side 180 epoch about 200 days away for you.

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                    • 15 minutes per block now.


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                      • Originally posted by k3vst3r View Post
                        15 minutes per block now.
                        Do you not think it will go back to normal after the difficulty change in a few hours that makes BTC more profitable?
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                        • Not sure how it will balance out, as it stands BTC difficulty adjustment gets further away as more time between blocks is added. It's set at 2016 blocks, currently 199 blocks away from that target. If block time hits 30 right now that 1 day 12 hours would double. This is the problem and flaw in BTC design.
                          BTC Aug 24th, 07:24 1 day, 12 hours (199 blk)

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                          • 198 blocks until BTC retargets, was 199 blocks 44 minutes ago ouch.
                            BTC Aug 24th, 08:03 1 day, 12 hours (198 blk)

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                            • Finners it's currently saying
                              The BCH chain is currently running at 29.56% difficulty compared to the BTC chain.
                              mempool jamming up almost 35MB, and looking at last block almost 25 minutes ago.

                              Last edited by k3vst3r; 4 weeks ago.

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                              • Originally posted by k3vst3r View Post
                                Finners it's currently saying

                                mempool jamming up almost 35MB, and looking at last block almost 25 minutes ago.
                                Well I'm hoping it swings back as I keep all my BTC in a wallet so will take hours to get onto an exchange
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