“Ethereum Mining-Pool am besten”

“Ethereum Mining-Pool am besten”

I see a lot of people are having this same problem. I believe that something must have changed in the new version of Claymore which is causing this error. Can you perhaps install an older version of Claymore?
With its own mining farms powered by its in-house, signature ASIC Antminers, Bitmain has become somewhat of a black sheep in the mining community due to its 29% global hashing power dominance through its Antpool and BTC.com mining pools.
Afterburner (or whatever utility you choose) can also be used to raise the core and memory clocks on the card. This will increase your hashrate, but also the heat produced and card temperature so make sure you have adequate cooling. Always increase overlock in reasonable increments like 100MHz to make sure your rig stays stable.
CPU mining can be done possibly the most profitably with dedicated CPU farms. However every(?) personal device has to have a screen, and thus, a GPU. So GPU mining would be inherently more decentralized, because a mining device would also have value as a general-purpose device. Not every turing-complete device is good as a general-purpose device.
The screenshot above shows a single 4GB RX 470 mining at the settings pictured in section 12. I was able to get about a 10% performance gain over factory settings while reducing power consumption at the same time. That’s good, but we can do better (sometimes much better!) if we’re willing to venture into the world of GPU BIOS mods—and I’ll show you how to do exactly that in the next section of my guide.
To minimize the disruptions to your mining and settings you may want to also disable Windows Updates.  If you feel more secure leaving them on, you can do so and just understand there are very frequent updates that sometimes reboot your system without you’re involvement and therefore stop your mining.   
From the illustrated output, Ethereum mining logs are prefixed with ETH:. We can see the miner is fetching jobs from eth-us-east1.nanopool.org:9999 that we have setup in the miner script, which confirmed that we are joining the Nanopool mining. The observed GPU0, the only GTX 1070 on the PC, hashing at 30 MH/s. When the mining pool is lucky and win, the SHARE FOUND will be reported. The shared computation effort will be awarded relative to the overall pool contribution to the winning Block!
  Often when OpenCL fails, you have to reboot the system, not just restart miner. Sometimes even soft reboot won’t work and you have to press Reset button. It is because the fail is at drivers level, Windows does not like such things and drivers too.
Step 15 and 16 possible error: If you are not patient is “JSON-RPC problem. Probably couldn’t connect. Retrying in 1…” As you can see in the screenshot bellow this happens when you don’t have the blockchain synced yet.
Set  the memory voltage to 850mV and then to 800mV, always look into HWinfo64, because the reduction of voltage on the memory can cause it to produce errors,  so don’t go below 800mV . Reduction in the memory voltage can also cause the GPU to stop working (0 mh/s) or cause the rig  to freeze or blue screen. Don’t worry about that just revert the settings.
creates an Ethereum address that will collect the ETH you mine. Geth requires a password to protect your Ethereum wallet. This password should be complex enough not be be attacked easily by brute force dictionary attacks. IMPORTANT: Note this password down somewhere and keep it safe. Without it, you will never have access to your ETH ever again. Once this is concluded, Geth will output your Ethereum address embedded in curly braces. This is where the Ethereum you mine will be deposited. Save this address in a text file.
@philakone I just picked up a couple ASUS STRIX Radeon R7 370 Overclocked 4 GB cards to install in a new rig. Care to share the settings you used for your R7 370’s or point to the thread? Much appreciated !!
Bei einem 24/7 Betrieb ergeben sich daraus 22,6 kWh (Kilowattstunden) pro Tag. Bei einem Preis von durchschnittlich 29 Cent pro kWh, muss sich jeder professionell eingestellte Miner fragen, ob er mehr als 6,60 Euro täglich an Krypto-Coins erwirtschaften kann, um aus der Verlustzone herauszukommen und das ganz ohne Berücksichtigung der Hardware-Aufwendungen.

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