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1  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: IBM Bladecenter 2880W Breakout! on: June 25, 2018, 01:55:32 PM
the 2880 breakout boards still available?

price for shipping to italy ?
(for 1x unit)
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: SOLARIS XLR Zerocoin transactions will be enabled on 20th of January💥Masternode on: January 05, 2018, 08:22:30 PM
Is something up with the Windows wallet? It's fully sync'd to the blockchain but my transactions/balances aren't updating. I created the wallet and then sent the coins I had in the web wallet to my software wallet once it fully sync'd. I then started mining to the same address and none of the tx are showing up in the wallet, just my initial deposit. I can see everything fine on the blockexplorer, but wallet just shows the initial tx. Any ideas?
Try tools - wallet repair - rebuild index / rescan blockchain files.

Thanks for the reply....I saw the "wallet repair" options after I posted and ran the re-sync and tx are showing up now. Will have to keep this in mind going forward as I'm guessing this is a current issue since the tools are built in. Looking forward to future releases!
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: SOLARIS XLR Zerocoin transactions will be enabled on 20th of January💥Masternode on: January 05, 2018, 07:10:52 PM
Is something up with the Windows wallet? It's fully sync'd to the blockchain but my transactions/balances aren't updating. I created the wallet and then sent the coins I had in the web wallet to my software wallet once it fully sync'd. I then started mining to the same address and none of the tx are showing up in the wallet, just my initial deposit. I can see everything fine on the blockexplorer, but wallet just shows the initial tx. Any ideas?
4  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: (20) EVGA 1080ti's For Sale NIB on: October 21, 2017, 02:48:18 AM
Interested in one but do you know how the warranty may transfer? usually they require a receipt and if it has some other guys name on it idk how that would work

EVGA warranty is tied to the serial and not the receipt. EVGA and Gigabyte are the only companies that do this as all others require a receipt
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] ccminer 2.2.1 - opensource - GPL (tpruvot) on: September 12, 2017, 11:14:54 AM
Any chance the keccak algo can be added to your miner? Looks like only older builds support this algo unfortunately.


Is it broken?  Several algorithms use keccak is a component, are they ALL broken?  I just checked README.txt.       --scryptr

My apologies. I see it in the readme.txt, but didn't see a keccak dir nor the profile built in the ccminer config like I did with an older version of ccminer. I'll manually add the profile and go from there.

Thank you for the response! Have a good one!
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] ccminer 2.2.1 - opensource - GPL (tpruvot) on: September 11, 2017, 03:39:01 PM
Any chance the keccak algo can be added to your miner? Looks like only older builds support this algo unfortunately.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: CCminer(SP-MOD) Modded NVIDIA Maxwell / Pascal kernels. on: August 13, 2017, 05:46:56 PM
FYI for anyone wanting the SIGT mod #5 or #6 miner. I purchased this miner in haste not knowing it was Windows only. I requested a refund from sp_ immediately and never received a reply. So I'm selling mod #5 or mod #6 for $40, up to a maximum of 4 users no matter what mod is purchased. I paid $160 in fiat, so only looking to get my $160 back and nothing more.

Sale will be terminated once I get my original investment back or issued a refund.
8  Economy / Digital goods / Signatum sp-mod #6 release (31.5 MHASH 1070) - $40 - Max 4 Users on: August 13, 2017, 05:39:13 PM
I purchased this miner from sp_ in a hurry not knowing there wasn't a release for Linux but Windows only, so I can't use this. I asked for a refund from sp_ but was ignored, so I'm selling the miner here in an attempt to recoup the money I paid for a miner I cannot use.

I run pimpOS and my farm can be found here using krnlx ccminer mod for skunk:

At the time of purchase - .05 BTC was valued at $160 - so this thread will be closed once I reach that USD threshold as I'm only looking to get my money back.

Purchase price is $40 with a max of 4 buyers. Once payment has been received please PM me your email address so I can send you the miner asap.

If sp_ offers me a full refund, I will be happy to cancel this thread.

Screen grab to prove I have the miner.

9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Signatum (skunk) ccminer-krnlx 30+mh 1070, 52.5+ mh 1080ti [FREE,OPENSOURCE] on: August 13, 2017, 05:17:52 PM
Sp-mod #6 is 9% faster than sp-mod #3 on the gtx 1070 if you use the latest driver. (384.94) and 100% tdp. (Donate 0.05B BTC to subscribe to my private miner)
The krnlx kernel is broken if you mine on high difficulty (vardiff).  Try supernova with highend cards rigs.
You only get payed for 80% of the  hash showed in the miner.

so you're saying to fix this mine at a lower difficulty? got it....
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: From mining ETH to... on: August 12, 2017, 09:47:55 PM
Its probably just variances that shows the constant hashrate for the last 48 hours. Everybody is still mostly mining ETH.

Believe me there is nothing there more profitable.

Depends on hardware....

@Op - Best to do your own research as anyone with half a brain cell that's making a higher than average profit in this day and age would be shooting themselves in the foot ringing a bell to tell others where there's jumped in the game to mine, so put in your big boy/girl pants and do the research of a RL no one hands you a map and say go here and dig you'll find gold....have to do research and test drill till you strike pay dirt.
11  Other / Off-topic / Re: Which server PSUs would you like to mount in your 4U Rosewill case? on: August 09, 2017, 11:46:07 PM

I sent you pics and specs asking about this when I ordered my insert from you a few months back via PM
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Signatum (skunk) ccminer-krnlx 30+mh 1070, 50+ mh 1080ti [FREE,OPENSOURCE] on: August 07, 2017, 05:18:12 PM

This miner has been added to pimpOS ( ) with excellent results. I was able to hit 48MHs on 1070s before it crashed via OCs lol....I was able to achieve 27-28MH/s using no OCs.

If you're running pimpOS, just run the "pimpup" command and selection <option 2> and the OS will build the miner for you. Just edit the config file and start the miner!

I'm available here or via IRC/Discord chat if anyone needs any help getting this miner setup via pimpOS....

Happy Mining!

13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: How to mine Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ? on: August 03, 2017, 12:55:33 PM
Short Answers

BCH can be mined.

Is there publicly available BCH miners right now?
  • Not that I'm aware of

Can my old Antminer XX work on BCH network?
  • I think this is a possibility if someone starts hacking it or bitmain comes out and releases updates to older miner software. They may even be able to do it right now with a pool.

Can I mine BCH with my GPU?
  • Yes if there is mining software out there you can find that will work but will it be profitable? Not until difficulty tanks on BCH network back to "GPU mining" days of difficulty on BTC (not likely to happen since SHA256 asics exist, SOMEONE will adapt one of the many that exist)

Will it be profitable to mine BCH?
  • This question is subjective to difficulty, price of electricity, and hashrate you can create. You will need to answer this for yourself by doing some math.

In essence the answer to "How to mine BCH" is that right now we are in a phase of "hurry up and wait" on the answers. Rest assured, once someone adapts an existing Asic to mine this network, its going to likely blow up to BTC difficulty levels from a few years ago and probably be worth less than BTC was during the same time since BCH is an "ALT" coin

Please correct me if I'm wrong, but BCC is SHA-256 algo so any existing BTC ASIC can mine it. I just blew the dust off my S5 and about to point it to one of the pools available. Just have to wait for the difficulty to correct and network moving to see if/how the dumps will go to determine profitability.

Some of the larger pools like Bitmain is talking about directing some of their hashing power to BCC to support the network. If mining BCC requires different/modified gear, I doubt it's been Dev'd that quick to allow for a network hash if 5 Peta Hashes in a couple of days...
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: ETH: Mining speed go down in last two month ... why? on: August 03, 2017, 12:26:37 PM
i have small rig with 6 Aus Strix RX470 with moded bios.
In last time i saw that speed is lower, i check some logs and:

01.06.2017: 164MH/s
10.06.2017: 164MH/s
20.06.2017: 162MH/s
01.07.2017: 162MH/s
09.07.2017: 160MH/s
16.07.2017: 159MH/s
25.07.2017: 158MH/s
30.07.2017: 156MH/s
03.08.2017: 153MH/s

and rig is working all the time without any other problems. I use Claymore 9.1
but i try also older and newest version. For now i use Clay 9.8 and speed is 153MH/s (~25.6 per GPU but 2 month ago was ~27.3).

I was on hollidays ... so What i missed ?
Thats normal ?

AMD is preparing new drivers to fix this issue and should be available in a few weeks if not sooner.
15  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS][WTT] Pandaminer on: July 28, 2017, 11:09:45 AM
Are these B1s or B3s? Pandaminers site has the B1s OOS listed at $2,200 (.8 BTC) and B3s in stock listed for $2,800 (1.052 BTC)

Any melted PCIe power connectors? I can pickup a brand new B3 from the manufacturer with warranty for less than you're asking and will be covered in case the miner decides to have a meltdown. So are you will to deal on the price any?

GL with the sale OP!
16  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] Antminer L3+ on: July 20, 2017, 02:05:28 PM
Bitmain warranty doesn't transfer with re-sale. If you're offering a warranty does that mean you are offering to create the support ticket with Bitmain, receive the part and then ship it back to the buyer?
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Group Buy - Innosillicon A5 Dashminer on: July 20, 2017, 04:38:08 AM
2-3 and open to more depending on price.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: NVIDIA GTX 1070 BIOS UNLOCKED! - Hashrate improvement. on: July 19, 2017, 09:01:44 PM

Haha. U mad.

Folks - if you want to make your own VBIOS, there's now a signing tool thanks to our lovely friends at NVIDIA, who support our mining efforts. Let's break it and give them feedback!

Thank you OhGodAGirl for the link and Nvidia for miner support!
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Is your local Craigslist / Kijiji flooded with GPUs ? on: July 17, 2017, 03:56:12 PM
Hah, I noticed a flood too. Secondhand prices sometimes still higher than retail, even though they are new in stock now.

thats bc these fools paid double the price of what gpus were worth, they cant sell at retail unless they want to lose alot

fudruckers .

central nj has 11 cards 7 1070's 4 1080 's

all overpriced and not a single 1080ti.

the op is a years long debbie down poster with hundreds of downbeat posts over the years.  he always is calling for bear markets and downer news.

Op take a month off please.  I am tired of reading all your doom and gloom posts.

The rally is coming early sept.  and if you think the one in april may and june was good wait till you all see zec at 500  thats right 500 I said it here.

the 1080 ti will rule for months to come   well into 2018.

BTW it is BTC that has crashed here 3000 to 1900 is a big ass crash.  Dead weight dinosaur  and the developers are rocking the boat due to alt coin envy.

You do have to admit his threads/posts are entertaining if not anything else lol...

We were able to pick up a few 1080 Ti GPUs for $620-630 a couple months back, now it's difficult to find any for less then $700. Thankfully, we're almost finalized with what we wanted to do this summer, so we should be fine as is until either good sales happen again, or profitability bounces back up big time.

i wasnt sold on TI's but i did buy 10 of them when 107s were clsoe to 500, i figured why buy a 1070 for 500 when i can get a ti for 670

man , these things are monsters , Zcash at 700 heck 750 with good cooling which i dont have , currently they are doing 22 mhs each on that new pumped coin

basically a 470 or 480 can do 6 mhs at max at 150 watts

If i could source good 4000 watt PSU's id be buying more 1080 tis , but I just cant find a way to power more than 3-5 on one rig withoute the server PSU's and PICOs

at 200 watt a card  or min 150 if in under power them thats over 1200 watt , so 1300 watt total system ore more

Yeah Marvell1 I moved off desktop PC's to server PSUs to power my 1080Ti rigs. A DPS-2000 works like a charm and I just grab the PICOs from Deepinthemines and breakout boards from Optimizer. No complaints here with my setup other than having to either buy the new risers with 6pin power to replace my SATA ones or sidehacks setup to power the SATA risers off the server PSUs...
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: gpu bubble well and truly bursting on: July 15, 2017, 04:46:52 PM
Right now a RX 470/570 4GB if you Dual mine brings in exactly $2.20/day.

The 1080Ti mines ZEC at ~700H/s and makes $3.41/day.

Even though the 1080Ti is slightly more efficient, its should be negligible at these profits.

So the card costs triple, and only makes $1/day more than RX 470. How does that make sense?

Yes I know its very optimized in certain algos like LBRY or NXS or Skein, etc. However those coins have very low market caps and can easily crash in the near future. You can't depend on them for mining in the future.

So which is smarter...


Buy RX 470 and make $2.20/day today

In 6 months make $0.50/day


Buy 1080 Ti and make $3.41/day today

In 6 months make $0.75/day

Which one do you think will make you more money in the long run? The 1080 Ti most likely won't even be able to cover their depreciation when they hit eBay.

In my opinion the 1080ti rig will, depending on what you're mining. On ETH sure the 400/500 series cards are a better choice, but how long will ETH mining last? When you look solely at profits and not account for other factors like power usage I think you're doing a disservice to your argument. During the craze I sold all but one of my 480 rigs and out that cash into Nvidia rigs. (1070/1080ti) I now have a much higher hash rate on the equihash based coins I mine with a 10-15 amp savings on power. I pay .14kWh so I not only have to look at purchase price but annual power costs. I loose more profit keeping my AMD cards than I do going with Nvidia. Yes there's a higher initial entry price, but a lower total cost of ownership. So I rather buy once, cry once vs buy once and then cry with each month when the power bill comes in.

However I do agree with the overall premise that one shouldn't be buying any GPUs right now till markets settle and we know what the ETH team is going to do if you mine ETH. In my opinion there are going to be so many cheap GPUs soon that anyone who buys GPUs at inflated prices, even MSRP, are going to be kicking themselves.

Also where can you get 470/570 for $200? At a minimum you should be using $300 to reflect the current climate and accurately represent the situation.

Yes I am thinking long term and what do you think will be minable long term?

When ETH goes POS at the end of the year what is left.


Add 2,500,000 GPUs to those coins and what happens to the profitability.

The RX 470 will be making $0.20/day, while the 1080Ti will be making $0.25/day. So it really worth buying the 1080Ti so you can make an extra 5 cents a day?

New coins? Most devs are greedy and most news coins are all ICOs. This isn't like 2013 when there was a new shitcoin released every day which was GPU minable.

You clearly are a for profit only miner and are only thinking about things from that standpoint...I however am not

I've ROI'd on my 12 rigs and I pay my electric bill out of my own pocket, so I like to do speculative/VC mining now where instead of fighting the crowd on a given coin, I mine various coins under the radar with lower initial profits in the hopes that the coin at some point pumps so I can take profit. This allows me to fill my bags faster and hit my target much quicker because I'm not constantly fighting the crowd/difficulty. In VC investing you may invest into 10 startups with the hope that at least 1 of the startups makes it big, so you make the money you invested into the failing 9 startups back from the 1 successful startup. Those 2,000,000 GPUs don't matter to me as they most likely won't be mining what I'm mining; I pay my electricity out of pocket so immediate profits don't matter to me; worse case I just shut my rigs down and take a nice vacation till things die down. Plenty of options if you have ROI'd and sitting on a nice portfolio. Only those with more money than brains will suffer.

Such example is I'm currently mining ZenCash and have already mined close to 1000 coins...the project started off rough but they've been posting regular updates, have formed a foundation and should have their complete secure nodes system released in a few months. Once the project takes off and everyone swarms in to start mining it because of a price increase/increased profitability and crash difficulty, I've already mined my coins and moved on to another coin. What's currently $4000 can easily become $20,000 if the coin hits $20, which I think is quite possible down the road....until then I just HODL

So in my case all I care about is power costs since I will be paying that bill not my coins. So for that I like to use Nvidia as much as I can and only buy open box GPUs from my local PC store or EVGA/Gigabyte cards on the secondary market as the warranties transfers with the serial...

To each his own when it comes to mining. My system works for me but it's not for everyone. I'm just waiting for the cheap GPUs to hit the market so I can pickup all the 1070s and 1080 ti's I can from all those with more money than brains as I'm sure you and others are...

What you are talking about is speculation.

Basically every coin has roughly the exact same profitability due to sites like What-to-mine.

You can mine a basic coin like ETH, sell the ETH and buy your new coin. The end result would be the same. The BTC holders who never mine do this also to increase their BTC holdings. Actually I think most GPU miners mine ETH, and sell ETH to buy BTC and HODL the BTC.

The end result could be even better haha, because ETH is more profitable right now so you can buy even more coins that he is mining.

I have 2 gigahashes in ETH and at current price/diff I would make $125 a day which allows me to buy 33 Zen or I can mine Zen with 33 ksol/s and mint roughly 36-40 coins a day. So mining ETH directly and exchanging would cause me to loose out on close to 100 coins a month. I agree that's not the case for all coins, but again taking that route doesn't secure the network which I want to do. You guys enjoy your cognitive dissonance as I've said my peace on the matter. The more you pump up other coins just means less competition for me while I speculate till it's time to buy up your GPUs once you sell in a saturated market.
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