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7970 ghz edition mining

SO i recently bought a 7970 ghz edition (Meant for gaming not just mining) and for some reason only get like 600 at an overclock of 1100. That really does not seem normal, IF you have one, what are the hash rates and clocks? Oh and is Slush's pool still down? Still can't mine
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New Miners: it's NOT profitable to build a rig today -- a more realistic calculator

Every day on the bitcoin irc channels, I hear people talk about the profitability of mining according to some calculator.
Lets face it: The easy money came and went a couple months ago and the gold rush is over.
I hate to see people deluded by false information, because of calculators that don't take into account the rising difficulty.
Here's a more realistic calculator for 1 GH/s if someone were to build a mining rig today, and the price remained constant. It accounts for a 25% difficulty increase each period, which is reasonable.
Link: A More Realistic Mining Calculator
Don't enable "Predict exchange rate", because that part is seriously flawed.
So please, save your money. Don't throw it away on a rig that probably won't be able to recuperate its original value.
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I have a few Bitcoin Mining questions...

I decided to look into Bitcoins and Bitcoin Mining a few days ago and tonight I decided to install BitMinter and get my feet a little wet. So far I'm seeing a hash rate of between 1.29 Mhps and 1.65 Mhps. I'm aware this is very low, but how low? Am I looking at roughly 1 Bitcoin per day at this rate? If I wanted to turn a profit on Bitcoin Mining over my investment within, say, one to three months, what sort of upfront investment in hardware would I be looking at? And what hardware would you guys recommend?
Found this calc: http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator
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Can someone with more knowledge than myself read through this and tell me what they think? (Sorry if it got a little bit rambly...)

I think that this seems to be a pretty obvious question, the answer to which is to build a dedi machine. However, I don't want to pull the trigger without a little bit of feedback first.
I have an 8 core CPU, along with a 2GB GPU. Right now, this puts out a stable 247 Mhps, which admittedly is not that great, but whatever.
Here are the 2 options:
I could upgrade my computer (I am already considering putting in a 4GB GPU), and then maybe later get a few block erupters and plug them into my computer. My computer is not on all the time, so that could be an issue.
There are some other things I could do, and I won't really go into details right now, but here is what I came to while writing this:
I am probably going to upgrade my GPU to a 4GB one anyways, so it makes more sense to do that (save my old 2GB one), and then buy a block erupter or 2. As time goes on (read:this summer), I will probably buy more block erupters. As I go on, I will put together a very small and basic computer that will be dedicated to bitcoin mining, with some kind of CPU (suggestions?), and my old 2GB GPU, which at that point will most likely be a lot cheaper, so I can buy another if I want, and then just get a large USB hub, and plug that in, and then just start adding block erupters on to it.
Thoughts? Suggestions? Sweet pics of cheese? Thanks for reading!
P.S. Happy Thanksgiving to those in the US!
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Just started today

I just started mining bitcoins today, mainly for fun. I am using Bitminter to mine my coins. I am currently getting 101.3 Mhps using an ATI hd 6870m gpu. Is this average for someone like me, or should i be getting a lot more?
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FPGA Mining

A FPGA opensource miner has just been released running at 80Mhps but at a cost of $585. The efficiency is stated below quoted from a post in the thread.
At 80 MHps, I will need at least 3 of these to achieve a single 5830 hashrate. That is $595.-x 3 = $1785.- at full price, vs. $190.- for the 5830.
Giving the 5830 is consuming $11.- a month in electricity, and assuming this board will consume zero electricity, it will take more than 145 months, or 12 years to recover the investment, always comparing to a 5830.
BUT:
In this thread, someone mentioned he is doing 210Mhash/sec after some optimization but he will cease public posting of his development.
Apologies but no more development information will be posted. I've been offered a 25% share from someone that owns 2 FPGA clusters. If you haven't seen that type of hardware before think a 156 FPGAs per machine.
From those posts what we can understand is that the factors that affect FPGA now are high procurement cost, low running cost and ease of scalability . What this means is that with the increasing total hash rate of the network (30Ghash/day last difficultly adjustment) the question becomes when would the difficulty render GPU inefficient in contrast to running cost?
Remember to take into account FPGAs are usually run in clusters and even though it would not be beneficial to buy one outright, those who have access to FPGA are the first movers and eventual dominant forces of the mining market.
Of course, in the end, ASIC is where it's at. Anyone? =D
Edit: read more stuff, added info.
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Mining BTC at 32Mhps or LTC at 26kH/s?

First, this is purely "for science" - it's only making me pennies, but as a concept, it had me thinking. Electricity costs aside ("free" for now), what gives better returns? For some reason my GPU runs bitcoin mining at "32Mhps" and litecoin at "26kH/s" (I assume Mhps is MH/s, or 1000x kH/s - I'm still a noob at all this).
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New to bitcoin

Hello folks,
I'm looking for guidance on the best bitmining pool to join or register with for Canada. I have a friend that explained bitmining to me over the weekend and I'm interested in setting it all up.
I guess I should ask first whether my PC is sufficient to even run the mining program.
I'm running a custom laptop: Intel Core i7 3630GM @ 2.4Ghz 12 Gb 1600 Mhz ram 1Tb HDD Dual 7970M hooked up in crossfire.
I also have a desktop running a bit older specs that I would like to include.
Core i7 920 CPU 18Gb 888Mhz ram 3Tb HDD Nvidia Geforce 560Ti graphics card
Thanks!
EDIT: Looks like when testing on bitminter I'm averaging 624 Mhps not sure if this is sufficient/cost effective to make bitcoins while I sleep.
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N00b here. Need some help :D

Im usually pretty good a googling everything but a lot of websites seem to be down.
Just have some questions about Bitcoin mining if anyone would like to shed their light on me.
1.) I am running a java based clint though Bitminter. (Its the only one I can get working on the mac) It says that I'm getting a speed of 50 - 60 Ghps. Is that good? How much bitcoin with that generate. It has been spinning for 3 hours and i haven't generated anything just around 200,000 work units started on.
2.) It says that the approx. mint speed is between 1.5 to 2 bitcoin per day. Is that what I'm going to receiving?
3.) When it checks my live stats it says that I'm not contributing anything when the client says im doing 50-60Ghps.
Sorry for being a N00b. I appreciate everyone in advance for helping me.
Edit BitMinter is now saying I am doing stuff but only at 0.143 Mhps where the client is saying 60Ghps. I'm clearly missing something here.
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New to this who Bitcoin mining thing. Just have some questions.

Im usually pretty good a googling everything but a lot of websites seem to be down.
Just have some questions about Bitcoin mining if anyone would like to shed their light on me.
1.) I am running a java based clint though Bitminter. (Its the only one I can get working on the mac) It says that I'm getting a speed of 50 - 60 Ghps. Is that good? How much bitcoin with that generate. It has been spinning for 3 hours and i haven't generated anything just around 200,000 work units started on.
2.) It says that the approx. mint speed is between 1.5 to 2 bitcoin per day. Is that what I'm going to receiving?
3.) When it checks my live stats it says that I'm not contributing anything when the client says im doing 50-60Ghps.
Sorry for being a N00b. I appreciate everyone in advance for helping me.
Edit BitMinter is now saying I am doing stuff but only at 0.143 Mhps where the client is saying 60Ghps. I'm clearly missing something here.
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How come my bitminter client isn't functioning at the speed the bitminter shows me?

Whenever I use bitminter it says my speed is around 17 mhps which is only .02 ghps. However, when I go onto the bitminter website it says my power is 415 thps. As I am new to bitcoins and would like to use mining to get into it as apposed to investing cash, I would like some advice to why my speed is so slow.
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