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BFGminer vs Pool hash rates

Most of what I have seen is that there might be a minor difference, but nothing this extreme.

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The following content was written by turk on January 25, 2014, 08:34:40 PM in the thread BFGminer vs Pool hash rates. All content is owned by the author of the bitcointalk.org post. (original)


I have tried searching this topic, and can’t find the answer for which I am looking. I am currently mining on slush’s pool, and bfgminer is reporting ~7.8 Gh/s while slush is reporting somewhere around ~4 -5 gh/s.

Most of what I have seen is that there might be a minor difference, but nothing this extreme. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

The following content was written by artw1982 on January 27, 2014, 11:12:33 AM in the thread BFGminer vs Pool hash rates. All content is owned by the author of the bitcointalk.org post. (original)


I do know there is lag time between the hash-rate being updated. I also think slush calculates their hash-rate based on your accepted work only vs all work(accepted, stale, rejected, old work).

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