Questions on: gpu

Litecoin mining is currently more profitable for likely all GPUs. From the bitcoin and litecoin hardware wikis, you'd get 300-400MH/s for bitcoin mining and 340-470kH/s for litecoin mining if you set it up properly (and there is something VERY fishy
Murch, not sure if you've figured this one out yet. .
On the NVidia Control Panel you can choose which graphic card to use, but you can not know which graphic card is running. If you just want to know which graphic card is running, you can have an icon in the notification area which show the running gra
You will learn (1) how bitcoin mining works, (2) how to start mining bitcoins, (3) what the best bitcoin mining software is, (4) what the best bitcoin mining hardware is, (5) where to find the best bitcoin mining pools and (6) how to optimize your bi
At the current exchange rate, GPU mining can still be profitable if electricity is below twenty cents per kWh. In less than three weeks, the daily mining revenues will drop by half in an instant (the block reward subsidy "halving" event, around Novem
Here is my run command: cgminer -o stratum+tcp://coinotron. com:3334 -u user -p pass --scrypt the only output in my terminal I get is (and only this): [2013-11-30 11:34:02] Started cgminer 3. 7
Hi, Sorry if this is the wrong forum. I am currently in the process of creating a fairly simple bitcoin miner for CPU and GPU (purely for demonstration purposes not for money earning). However I am having a little troubling understanding how the GPU
Realistically, it's a multiplier of the two. You can make up for a slower clock with more cores and vice versa, but the number of hashes per second is dependent on both. Sadly, I'm not aware of any specific formula to approximate hashes per second fo