After a few teething problems when I started with ZHash.pro, none of which had anything to do with the pool I should add (my troubleshooting found that after changing a suspect riser no solution came, it turned out my first GPU was losing hash altogether every time I logged on remotely using Chrome Desktop, go figure, not looked into it yet but I'll carry out some diagnostics over the weekend...)
I digress, and could ramble forever about the little issues that come up using Windows, maybe it's time I switched to Linux, I'm still talking right? OK, 24 Hours with ZHash.pro.
So the rig I have for mining BTCP is throwing out a solid 1400Sol/s and doesn't really flicker, I'm using 4 x Sapphire Nitro+ RX570 8gb and 1 RX580 4gb, Blockchain drivers and not using Afterburner at all (this rig is in my living room, it's a little noisy when the fans are running...)
This is my statistic chart, as you can see the hashrate is reporting on average a similar rate to what I can see using Claymore.
I have had a few connectivity issues at home with the rig dropping out, but its not related to my rig it's actually been down to a fault on my DSL (again, last month 3 weeks without a landline but DSL worked, good old Openreach...) So this is actually my first decent 24 Hour spell in the Zhash BTCP pool.
Now to the good part, Thursday was a pretty food day, smashing 12 blocks in total which when I look around, there's no other pools of this size hitting this? Correct me if I'm wrong and it may well just be luck but today has already resulted in a further 3 blocks smashed and its not even 7am GMT.
So, the decision is yours I guess, you can choose to give ZHash.pro pools a shot, as you can see, I'm a big advocate of the BTCP but haven't tried their other pools, from what I understand they are equally high performing.
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