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I think the question of what is more profitable is too broad considering there are many variables. Are you going to be pool mining or solo mining?Better yet, why not do both? I'm currently doing that with my gaming rig.
ok ....My initial gut reaction.. mine both.then mine XPM as better coin fundamentals.... but ...The GPU is probably a better investment...Lets say you buy the CPU... you mine away for a few months.. then some genius developer rleases aGPU miner for primecoin... and ur CPU is pushed out...and is not worth mining on anymore.. you are forced to stop mining or to upgrade to GPU.In 1 years time your GPU will probably have heald better value as well as opposed to the i5 which has already been replaced with the i7 and other advancements i heard about will make i5 and i7 practically obsolete.GPU's seem to hold value better as they wanted by many lvls of gamers and there are more than just LTC to mine on scrypt, and you'll be ready in the waiting for a GPU primecoin miner...Just my thoughtsFuzzybear
Additionally there are other altcoins that are more profitable to mine.Protoshares for example.
I had a look last week, but diden't find any GPU mining software for Primecoin. There are some drafts, but none is working? At least not on linux. Correct me, if I am wrong. ASIC = special Hardware for mining maybe will never show up, Primecoin has not yet enought value to make special hardware for it.So for mining primecoin in the moment you can just use your CPU. I have 3 workers on ypoo.net and I get ~0.5 XMP a day.umlt
Do you guys suggest me to mine in a pool or go solo with a i7 3770k? (not overclocked)
I use jhPrimeminer for Linux for Mining on ypool.net:https://github.com/tandyuk/jhPrimeminerSearch in the Forum for more Info..
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