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My background:
My Rates - I'll scale by age, makes sense to me
Note: If I don't like you, for whatever reason at this point, there is a 10 Eth / Hour Asshole surcharge
These prices are completely arbitrary that I just pulled out of my ass, pay them , don't pay them, I don't care. If anyone PMs me in regards to help going forward, they will just get a link to this post.
What you get: * 1 hr phone and / or video conference call. Ask me how my day was, ask me technical question - your choice * 15m free phone / video call follow up
You can pay me for my time & experience or you can spend 300 dicking around with your own rigs yourself (Like I did) - I really don't care either way. I just wanted to post this here so I don't need to retype this 10 times a day when people ask me for help from this sub.
Cheers.
-Epic
Edit: Just if you can't Math ( as lots of people here can't ) EVERY 1/mhs you LOSE because your rig is not optimized Equates to .5 Eth / Month LOSS. Do the math on what you are losing. Here - 20/mhs loss = 10 Eth / Month * $8.25 ( Current Rate ) = $82.5. If Eth goes to $20 that is $200 per month on coins you lost ONLY because you did not apply the right settings for your cards. This should make my "fee" look cheap in comparison if you're running multiple cards. And if Eth goes to $1,000 in a few years like Bitcoin did, you will have some serious regrets.

Note: "My rates peak as high as 128MH/s.. so my average will probably be in the 115MH/s range. When I try the local/global-work code and/or setting the allocation percentage higher than 95%, I get errors. Can't remember what specifically.. something about failing to grab DAG info in one big chunk and 'bailing'."

"Hey thank you for the help on etherminer. I finally got the 6-GPU rig up and running. Windows turned out to be more of a headache than Ubuntu so I went back to Linux and figured it out. As per your suggestion I am on ethermine.org using qtminer. (I'm actually offline at the moment, but everything is operational) I used the default qtminer code that tells all of the GPUs to work but it's not entirely clear what is happening. Each GPU appears to be working on the same 'problem'. Is that accurate? As opposed to having each GPU work more independently on a separate problem..? I set the GPU workload to 93%.. Fans to 90%.. everything running cool at ~50c The results of most of the mining calculations appear to get grouped and uploaded to the pool as some sort of 'piece of the puzzle'. Every so often there is a 'solution' with a 'nonce'. How does that relate to getting an ETH reward? Also, how does the affect getting paid so long as the same address is used? I referenced a tutorial and accidentally used .rig1 to initialize qtminer - instead of the name of my computer (I still used my wallet address). I don't understand how all of this impacts getting paid or what my options are for tweaking the configuration. I'll sort it out either way but any additional insight is appreciated. ..single Ether sent as a token of gratitude... https://etherscan.io/tx/0x9782d0cfb5f98cf086e879cc510fd45968aef3a9798ee4281b475bc569eb5c11 (Tx ID was posted) Cheers"

These are the type of PMs I get on a daily basis and 100% can help you with within an hours time.

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My Consulting Rate Schedule / Experience - If you want serious work done or advice that would take me hours to explain

My background:
My Rates - I'll scale by age, makes sense to me
Note: If I don't like you, for whatever reason at this point, there is a 10 Eth / Hour Asshole surcharge These prices are completely arbitrary, pay them , don't pay them, I don't care. Going forward, if anyone PMs me in regards to help , they will just get a link to this post. Pretty much wrote all of this up to save myself time from 100 PMs a day from ungrateful people at /EtherMining
What you get: * 1 hr phone and / or video conference call. * Ask me how my day was, ask me technical question - your choice * 15m free phone / video call follow up * I am a reasonable guy, if I projected an issue to be done in x hours and it's not fixed by that time, I'll stay on the line until it is
You can pay me for my time & experience or you can spend 500 messing around with your own rigs yourself (Like I did) - It is completely your choice. This is more of an option for people who have extra crash and don't have time time to put in like I did.

Cheers,

-Epic™

Edit: Just if you can't Math ( as lots of people can't - no big deal ) EVERY 1/mhs you LOSE because your rig is not optimized Equates to .5 Eth / Month LOSS. Do the math on what you are losing. Here - 20/mhs loss = 10 Eth / Month * $8.25 ( Current Rate ) = $82.5. If Eth goes to $20 that is $200 per month on coins you lost ONLY because you did not apply the right settings for your cards. This should make my "fee" look cheap in comparison if you're running multiple cards. And if Eth goes to $1,000 in a few years like Bitcoin did, you will have some serious regrets.
PM: Pro Bono Consulting Client:
"My rates peak as high as 128MH/s.. so my average will probably be in the 115MH/s range. When I try the local/global-work code and/or setting the allocation percentage higher than 95%, I get errors. Can't remember what specifically.. something about failing to grab DAG info in one big chunk and 'bailing'."
PM: Pro Bono Consulting Client:
"Hey thank you for the help on etherminer. I finally got the 6-GPU rig up and running. Windows turned out to be more of a headache than Ubuntu so I went back to Linux and figured it out. As per your suggestion I am on ethermine.org using qtminer. (I'm actually offline at the moment, but everything is operational) I used the default qtminer code that tells all of the GPUs to work but it's not entirely clear what is happening. Each GPU appears to be working on the same 'problem'. Is that accurate? As opposed to having each GPU work more independently on a separate problem..? I set the GPU workload to 93%.. Fans to 90%.. everything running cool at ~50c The results of most of the mining calculations appear to get grouped and uploaded to the pool as some sort of 'piece of the puzzle'. Every so often there is a 'solution' with a 'nonce'. How does that relate to getting an ETH reward? Also, how does the affect getting paid so long as the same address is used? I referenced a tutorial and accidentally used .rig1 to initialize qtminer - instead of the name of my computer (I still used my wallet address). I don't understand how all of this impacts getting paid or what my options are for tweaking the configuration. I'll sort it out either way but any additional insight is appreciated. ..single Ether sent as a token of gratitude... https://etherscan.io/tx/0x9782d0cfb5f98cf086e879cc510fd45968aef3a9798ee4281b475bc569eb5c11 (Tx ID was posted) Cheers"
PM: Corporate Client: This is a real PM I received and the type of PM I will respond to if you want to work with me -
"Dear EpicEther, My name is [Real First AND Last name] and i live and study in the [Country] ( Public administration and Philosophy at [School Name] University. Me and four partners are setting up a mining company after building a succesfull mining rig containing 5 r9 280x cards. At the moment we have potential investors and a brochure containing information about ethereum and different mining set-up's with estimated costs for the inestors. I would really like to have a conversation with a veteran in the mining world and woud like to discus the following questions. - Is investing in more expensive GPU's worth it since mining will be faced out in the coming year. - How can we help to grow the ethereum network Kind regards, [Real Full Name]"

These are the type of PMs I get on a daily basis and 100% can help you with within an hours time.

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Epic™'s Consulting Rate Schedule / Experience

My background:
My Rates - I'll scale by age, makes sense to me
Note: If I don't like you, for whatever reason at this point, there is a 10 Eth / Hour Asshole surcharge These prices are completely arbitrary, pay them , don't pay them, I don't care. Going forward, if anyone PMs me in regards to help , they will just get a link to this post. Pretty much wrote all of this up to save myself time from 100 PMs a day from ungrateful people at /EtherMining
What you get: * 1 hr phone and / or video conference call. * Ask me how my day was, ask me technical question - your choice * 15m free phone / video call follow up * I am a reasonable guy, if I projected an issue to be done in x hours and it's not fixed by that time, I'll stay on the line until it is
You can pay me for my time & experience or you can spend 500 messing around with your own rigs yourself (Like I did) - It is completely your choice. This is more of an option for people who have extra crash and don't have time time to put in like I did.

Cheers,

-Epic™

Edit: Just if you can't Math ( as lots of people can't - no big deal ) EVERY 1/mhs you LOSE because your rig is not optimized Equates to .5 Eth / Month LOSS. Do the math on what you are losing. Here - 20/mhs loss = 10 Eth / Month * $8.25 ( Current Rate ) = $82.5. If Eth goes to $20 that is $200 per month on coins you lost ONLY because you did not apply the right settings for your cards. This should make my "fee" look cheap in comparison if you're running multiple cards. And if Eth goes to $1,000 in a few years like Bitcoin did, you will have some serious regrets.
PM: Pro Bono Consulting Client:
"My rates peak as high as 128MH/s.. so my average will probably be in the 115MH/s range. When I try the local/global-work code and/or setting the allocation percentage higher than 95%, I get errors. Can't remember what specifically.. something about failing to grab DAG info in one big chunk and 'bailing'."
PM: Pro Bono Consulting Client:
"Hey thank you for the help on etherminer. I finally got the 6-GPU rig up and running. Windows turned out to be more of a headache than Ubuntu so I went back to Linux and figured it out. As per your suggestion I am on ethermine.org using qtminer. (I'm actually offline at the moment, but everything is operational) I used the default qtminer code that tells all of the GPUs to work but it's not entirely clear what is happening. Each GPU appears to be working on the same 'problem'. Is that accurate? As opposed to having each GPU work more independently on a separate problem..? I set the GPU workload to 93%.. Fans to 90%.. everything running cool at ~50c The results of most of the mining calculations appear to get grouped and uploaded to the pool as some sort of 'piece of the puzzle'. Every so often there is a 'solution' with a 'nonce'. How does that relate to getting an ETH reward? Also, how does the affect getting paid so long as the same address is used? I referenced a tutorial and accidentally used .rig1 to initialize qtminer - instead of the name of my computer (I still used my wallet address). I don't understand how all of this impacts getting paid or what my options are for tweaking the configuration. I'll sort it out either way but any additional insight is appreciated. ..single Ether sent as a token of gratitude... https://etherscan.io/tx/0x9782d0cfb5f98cf086e879cc510fd45968aef3a9798ee4281b475bc569eb5c11 (Tx ID was posted) Cheers"
PM: Corporate Client: This is a real PM I received and the type of PM I will respond to if you want to work with me -
"Dear EpicEther, My name is [Real First AND Last name] and i live and study in the [Country] ( Public administration and Philosophy at [School Name] University. Me and four partners are setting up a mining company after building a succesfull mining rig containing 5 r9 280x cards. At the moment we have potential investors and a brochure containing information about ethereum and different mining set-up's with estimated costs for the inestors. I would really like to have a conversation with a veteran in the mining world and woud like to discus the following questions. - Is investing in more expensive GPU's worth it since mining will be faced out in the coming year. - How can we help to grow the ethereum network Kind regards, [Real Full Name]"

These are the type of PMs I get on a daily basis and 100% can help you with within an hours time.

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