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Crypto mining daily update 20180315 - Nicehash, Ravencoin, Cryply, whattomine
 
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This video gives you an update on the cryptocurrency activities that I am engaged in and where I am with them for the past three days In this video updates on Nicehash and Awesome Miner comparison between what it and whattomine reports and what I actually made, ravencoin mining, cryply mining Spoiler alert –Nicehash mining not what their miner and whattomine are reporting but still better than awesome miner, Ravencoin mining difficulty up, Cryply is a still in the game. My rigs: openrig1 (MSI B250 PC Mate, Intel G4400 3.3 GHZ 3MB Cache LGA 1151, 16 Gb DDR4, Windows 10, CPU - EVGA 450B3 linked with EVGA NEX750B) GTX 1050 ti – Aero ITX – 4GB GTX 1050 ti– Aero ITX – 4GB GTX 1050 ti– Aero ITX – 4GB GTX 1050 ti – MSI – 4GB GTX 1060 – EVGA - 6GB GTX 1060 – Zotac – 6GB GTX 1060 – Zotac – 6GB Dell Precision T3500, Intel Xeon W3540 @ 2.93 Ghz, 12.0 Gb DDR3, Windows 10, Stock PSU) GTX 730 ti – Windforce Gigabyte – 2GB GTX 1050 ti – MSI – 4GB I hope you enjoy the journey with me, please leave comments, but remember, I am just a regular person with a regular budget, attempting to do things the regular way..and also trying to live a regular life. Seeing as this takes time and energy, and sometimes materials, links to some of the hobbies that I am involved in are below, if you are interested and want to try some of the things that I'm trying then use these links and I will be able to partially fund my journey! And if some of these are profitable then you can enjoy the rewards of the journey as well HitBTC Currency Exchange: https://hitbtc.com/?ref_id=59e1678a1e7b8 QuadrigaCX Currency Exchange https://www.quadrigacx.com/?ref=3gbwuvwio76tpsrf6qz1zuaa My cloud mining sites: Hashflare https://hashflare.io/r/5E45BA92 Genesis Mining use code "eglEOZ" and receive 3% off purchase Obligatory cyber-tip Jars: BTC 17gbNro7F8yyyzhuWqt41Che1Aw3n8PQ1T BTG GcApBSg3Rxhx5UoPPwCtn2QrYHA4VSZUJY LTC LhXJYzmCYgoeq5KbqjgrehrCvmEpwsBWFE DOGE D5vaBdEvV34bSRH9eyWxrp6tZLDZ2CSQV3
Q&A with BitcoinABC and Others
 
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Bitcoin ABC developers Amaury Sechet, Shammah Chancellor, Jason B. Cox and Antony Zegers are joined by Chris Pacia, Jonathan Toomim, Juan Garavaglia and Guillermo Paoletti to discuss Canonical/Lexical Transaction Ordering, OpCheckDataSig, 100 byte limit for transactions and Block Size www.thefutureofbitcoin.cash
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List of Intel microprocessors | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_microprocessors 00:00:23 1 Latest desktop and mobile processors for consumers 00:00:35 1.1 9th generation Core/Coffee Lake 00:00:45 1.2 8th generation Core/Coffee Lake/Kaby Lake Refresh 00:00:57 1.2.1 Desktop 00:01:04 1.2.2 Mobile 00:01:12 1.3 7th generation Core/Kaby Lake/Skylake (X-series Processors)/Apollo Lake 00:01:26 1.3.1 Desktop 00:01:34 1.3.2 Mobile 00:01:42 2 All processors 00:01:55 2.1 The 4-bit processors 00:02:05 2.1.1 Intel 4004 00:03:56 2.2 The 8-bit processors 00:04:06 2.2.1 8008 00:05:03 2.2.2 8080 00:05:54 2.2.3 8085 00:06:41 2.3 Microcontrollers 00:06:49 2.3.1 Intel 8048 00:08:50 2.3.2 Intel 8051 00:10:28 2.3.3 Intel 80151 00:11:16 2.3.4 Intel 80251 00:12:06 2.3.5 MCS-96 family 00:14:12 2.4 The bit-slice processor 00:14:21 2.4.1 3000 Family 00:16:33 2.5 The 16-bit processors: MCS-86 family 00:16:44 2.5.1 8086 00:17:48 2.5.2 8088 00:18:43 2.5.3 80186 00:20:06 2.5.4 80188 00:20:24 2.5.5 80286 00:21:29 2.6 32-bit processors: the non-x86 microprocessors 00:21:41 2.6.1 iAPX 432 00:22:50 2.6.2 i960 a.k.a. 80960 00:23:13 2.6.3 i860 a.k.a. 80860 00:23:56 2.6.4 XScale 00:24:23 2.7 32-bit processors: the 80386 range 00:24:35 2.7.1 80386DX 00:26:08 2.7.2 80386SX 00:27:23 2.7.3 80376 00:27:54 2.7.4 80386SL 00:28:44 2.7.5 80386EX 00:29:39 2.8 32-bit processors: the 80486 range 00:29:51 2.8.1 80486DX 00:31:13 2.8.2 80486SX 00:32:58 2.8.3 80486DX2 00:33:31 2.8.4 80486SL 00:34:16 2.8.5 80486DX4 00:35:27 2.9 32-bit processors: P5 microarchitecture 00:35:38 2.9.1 Original Pentium 00:39:40 2.9.2 Pentium with MMX Technology 00:41:03 2.10 32-bit processors: P6/Pentium M microarchitecture 00:41:15 2.10.1 Pentium Pro 00:43:29 2.10.2 Pentium II 00:45:42 2.10.3 Celeron (Pentium II-based) 00:48:19 2.10.4 Pentium III 00:53:20 2.10.5 Pentium II Xeon and Pentium III Xeon 00:56:21 2.10.6 Celeron (Pentium III Coppermine-based) 00:58:56 2.10.7 Pentium III Tualatin-based 00:59:35 2.10.8 Celeron (Pentium III Tualatin-based) 01:00:20 2.10.9 Pentium M 01:04:30 2.10.10 Celeron M 01:07:15 2.10.11 Intel Core 01:09:20 2.10.12 Dual-Core Xeon LV 01:09:54 2.11 32-bit processors: NetBurst microarchitecture 01:10:06 2.11.1 Pentium 4 01:12:36 2.11.2 Xeon (32-bit NetBurst) 01:13:39 2.11.3 Mobile Pentium 4-M 01:15:25 2.11.4 Pentium 4 EE 01:15:46 2.11.5 Pentium 4E 01:17:04 2.12 64-bit processors: IA-64 01:17:34 2.12.1 Itanium 01:17:58 2.12.2 Itanium 2 01:19:00 2.13 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – NetBurst microarchitecture 01:19:27 2.13.1 Pentium 4F 01:20:26 2.13.2 Pentium D 01:22:10 2.13.3 Pentium Extreme Edition 01:23:19 2.13.4 Xeon (64-bit NetBurst) 01:25:29 2.14 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Core microarchitecture 01:25:41 2.14.1 Xeon (64-bit Core microarchitecture) 01:29:36 2.14.2 Intel Core 2 01:47:16 2.14.3 Intel Pentium Dual-Core 01:50:20 2.14.4 Celeron (64-bit Core microarchitecture) 01:53:13 2.14.5 Celeron M (64-bit Core microarchitecture) 01:54:23 2.15 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Nehalem microarchitecture 01:54:36 2.15.1 Intel Pentium (Nehalem) 01:55:29 2.15.2 Core i3 (1st Generation) 01:56:29 2.15.3 Core i5 (1st Generation) 01:58:28 2.15.4 Core i7 (1st Generation) 02:03:35 2.15.5 Xeon (Nehalem Microarchitecture) 02:04:50 2.16 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Sandy Bridge / Ivy Bridge microarchitecture 02:05:04 2.16.1 Celeron (Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge Microarchitecture) 02:06:41 2.16.2 Pentium (Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge Microarchitecture) 02:10:14 2.16.3 Core i3 (2nd and 3rd Generation) 02:13:25 2.16.4 Core i5 (2nd and 3rd Generation) 02:19:41 2.16.5 Core i7 (2nd and 3rd Generation) 02:24:05 2.17 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Haswell microarchitecture 02:24:18 2.17.1 Core i3 (4th Generation) 02:24:32 2.18 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Broadwell microarchitecture 02:24:45 2.18.1 Core i3 (5th Generation) 02:25:00 2.18.2 Core i5 (5th Generation) 02:25:58 2.18.3 Core i7 (5th Generation, Including Core-X Series) 02:28:16 2.18.4 Other Broadwell CPUs 02:29:43 2.19 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Skylake microarchitecture 02:29:56 2.19.1 Core i3 (6th Generation) 02:31:11 2.19.2 Core i5 (6th Generation) 02:32:45 2.19.3 Core i7 (6th Generation) 02:33:51 2.19.4 Other Skylake Processors 02:34:28 2.20 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Kaby Lake microarchitecture 02:34:41 2.21 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Coffee Lake microarchitecture 02:34:53 2.22 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Cannon Lake microarchitecture 02:35:06 2.23 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Ice Lake microarchitecture 02:35:19 2.24 Intel Tera-Scale 02:35:45 2.25 Intel 805xx product codes 02:36:20 2.26 Intel 806xx product codes Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the mo ...
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