/edit:
ah, sh** — i didn’t read the update on post #1
i would recommend to use the 7, 8 and 9-chains per hour stats for comparison as mikaelh’s/xolominer & jh00’s/rdebourbon’s miner use a different measure for “primes per second” !!
see http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=485.msg6963#msg6963

0.8RC1
2P Intel Xeon E5-2695v2 | 48 threads | Win7 64 Sp1 | 15850 primes/s, 246400 tests/s, 5-chains/h (this one is unstable ranges from 4200-8200, 8.2 chains/d (since xolominer is not supporting more then 32 threads in one instance have to launch 2 instances with 24 thread each)

I have a question though: how can i calculate when i have mine a coin? I have been mining for about 5 hours and i still can see no proof of getting anything at all… makes me worry.

maybe the i can see it in the program, but unfortunately im still to much of a newb to understand what all numbers mean… :-\

Thats what i am getting with a FX8350 at 4.7Ghz using 8 threads.
[STATS] 2013-11-19 01:00:43 | 3669 primes/s, 58828 tests/s, 1380 5-chains/h, 1.543 chains/d

this was using windows8.1 x64
“Thats what i am getting with a FX8350 at 4.7Ghz using 8 threads.
[STATS] 2013-11-19 01:00:43 | 3669 primes/s, 58828 tests/s, 1380 5-chains/h, 1.543 chains/d”

Using the same computer under Ubuntu 13 x64
[STATS] 2013-11-19 01:33:30 | 3962 primes/s, 64114 tests/s, 1320 5-chains/h, 1.627 chains/d

Linux x64 SRCE Cloud Virtual Computing Lab@unknown cpu speed (1 thread) EDIT: Intel® Xeon® CPU E7- 4830 @ 2.13GHz
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288 primes/s, 4222 tests/s, 180 5-chains/h, 0.220 chains/d
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