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April 10, 2016, 09:16:16 AM
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Does ETH work better with AMD cards or with Nvidia, or is it close to equal?

 I've got some 7xxx series RC5 cruncher machines and a couple A10 GPUs I could repurpose for a while....


works better with amd

it depend, gtx 970 is good, it can touch 22 mega and consumption is around 160w, it's not cheap but the cost of gpu does not matter much, because they are easily sellable

yeah its a very good card for gaming but too expensive for mining.

By the way my 280X undervolted only uses 150 watt and gets 21.5mh


but the 280x has only 3gb, it will be useless in some months, when the dag file increase to two giga already



LOL! Eth mining will be useless maybe in 2 months and you are worried about something that is about 2 years away. Even 2gb cards are good for another 9 months.



who said that i was talking about ethereum? there is not only etheruem with dag you know, another profitable etheruem clone might pop up

It might but it won't have the same market cap and won't be profitable. GPU mining will be dead once ETH is out of the picture.

i doubt, it was not dead long before ethereum and it will not be in the next year, people tend to forget that etheruem is not the most profitable coin that was ever created, there were many more profitable, the same will happen for the future, i remember when everyone was saying that in 2014 the altcoin mining scene was dead, and look now, we have ethereum, who know what the future will bring us




ETH was the #2 most profitable coin to mine ever, #1 was Bitcoin. Not even LTC matched its market cap.

So if you want to keep your GPUs for another 2-3 years and hope for some new coin to hit the 1 billion market cap you are free to wait, however most will go back to Bitcoin ASIC mining.

end of 2013 was a great time to GPU mine up until spring of 2014 and then its been dead until the beginning of 2016 when ETH came around.



Oh, there was Quark which was very profitable for like 45 days in 2015.

this is not true, dogecoin auroracoin blackcoin darkcoin, were all much more profitable if mined early, the same for jackpot coin, i think we were not here in early 2014 until summer 2014, etheruem is not even the most profitable by a big margin, jackpotcoin for example was giving me 0.01 for every 750ti that i had in the past, this is huge compared to ethereum, and it lasted around 2 months like ethereum which is tanking now
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April 10, 2016, 10:02:07 AM
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Does ETH work better with AMD cards or with Nvidia, or is it close to equal?

 I've got some 7xxx series RC5 cruncher machines and a couple A10 GPUs I could repurpose for a while....


works better with amd

it depend, gtx 970 is good, it can touch 22 mega and consumption is around 160w, it's not cheap but the cost of gpu does not matter much, because they are easily sellable

yeah its a very good card for gaming but too expensive for mining.

By the way my 280X undervolted only uses 150 watt and gets 21.5mh


but the 280x has only 3gb, it will be useless in some months, when the dag file increase to two giga already



LOL! Eth mining will be useless maybe in 2 months and you are worried about something that is about 2 years away. Even 2gb cards are good for another 9 months.



who said that i was talking about ethereum? there is not only etheruem with dag you know, another profitable etheruem clone might pop up

It might but it won't have the same market cap and won't be profitable. GPU mining will be dead once ETH is out of the picture.

i doubt, it was not dead long before ethereum and it will not be in the next year, people tend to forget that etheruem is not the most profitable coin that was ever created, there were many more profitable, the same will happen for the future, i remember when everyone was saying that in 2014 the altcoin mining scene was dead, and look now, we have ethereum, who know what the future will bring us




ETH was the #2 most profitable coin to mine ever, #1 was Bitcoin. Not even LTC matched its market cap.

So if you want to keep your GPUs for another 2-3 years and hope for some new coin to hit the 1 billion market cap you are free to wait, however most will go back to Bitcoin ASIC mining.

end of 2013 was a great time to GPU mine up until spring of 2014 and then its been dead until the beginning of 2016 when ETH came around.



Oh, there was Quark which was very profitable for like 45 days in 2015.

this is not true, dogecoin auroracoin blackcoin darkcoin, were all much more profitable if mined early, the same for jackpot coin, i think we were not here in early 2014 until summer 2014, etheruem is not even the most profitable by a big margin, jackpotcoin for example was giving me 0.01 for every 750ti that i had in the past, this is huge compared to ethereum, and it lasted around 2 months like ethereum which is tanking now

Well I made a few bucks while it lasted  but at least it was mining and not purchased I would of had a beating if I brought some.

We are at 0.02  and were at 0.027 when I got in.

BTW   the tanking matches f2pool starting up its eth pool.  So once again the Chinese will be blamed for the tanking of a coin.

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April 10, 2016, 11:09:08 AM
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auroracoin and jackpot coin were profitable only if you mined them before the breakout. After the breakout they were as profitable as everything else out there.

Unless your 750ti had some optimized code and made more then the average 280x.

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April 10, 2016, 11:57:17 AM
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auroracoin and jackpot coin were profitable only if you mined them before the breakout. After the breakout they were as profitable as everything else out there.

Unless your 750ti had some optimized code and made more then the average 280x.


that is the trick, the best profitable coin, is the one that you speculate on, with your hashrate, like recently, vipcoin, mined in early stage and went to 100 satoshi, huge profit, the same with ethereum at the beginning, continuos mining has no sense, because it does not last
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April 10, 2016, 08:53:40 PM
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auroracoin and jackpot coin were profitable only if you mined them before the breakout. After the breakout they were as profitable as everything else out there.

Unless your 750ti had some optimized code and made more then the average 280x.


that is the trick, the best profitable coin, is the one that you speculate on, with your hashrate, like recently, vipcoin, mined in early stage and went to 100 satoshi, huge profit, the same with ethereum at the beginning, continuos mining has no sense, because it does not last

Yeah but then you are talking about speculation. If you are good at it, why mine and not work for Wall Street instead.

There are like 100 coins released every week and maybe 10 or so are good runners.

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April 10, 2016, 09:27:01 PM
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auroracoin and jackpot coin were profitable only if you mined them before the breakout. After the breakout they were as profitable as everything else out there.

Unless your 750ti had some optimized code and made more then the average 280x.


that is the trick, the best profitable coin, is the one that you speculate on, with your hashrate, like recently, vipcoin, mined in early stage and went to 100 satoshi, huge profit, the same with ethereum at the beginning, continuos mining has no sense, because it does not last

I used to think like that.

No more.

Have your rig ready and wait for a hot one then bail .

Sell every coin fast .

You are a sure winner every time.

The trick is to have a rig or two not ten.

I have mined eth for a few days now every day I turned profit. As I just sold off the coins.

Even at 0.02 btc a eth coin there is still profit if you have the rigs on hand.

And if you have a rig and add a gpu purchased from Amazon , Newegg, Rakaten,Jet they all have a good return policy .

Now if you buy a mobo, a cpu, ram, psu, windows 7,  and gpus a return is not as easy.

I had a rig with a hd7970 cost = zero. I added a gpu for 180 I already got back 25 on it.

So if eth coins drops too much in the next week I will have to look for a new coin.

No coin shut the rig down keep my eyes open for a better one.

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April 11, 2016, 05:10:35 AM
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i wouldnt say its dead yet..

here is 2 r9 270x from the NH calculator.

Projected daily income            0.01234536 BTC
Projected weekly income    0.08641752 BTC
Projected monthly income    0.37036080 BTC


it seems to be mining eth and x11 about 50/50

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Hmm... I don't see cable Riser on vga to motherboard, if you don't use cable  Riser, does is it not hot ?
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April 11, 2016, 06:29:40 AM
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auroracoin and jackpot coin were profitable only if you mined them before the breakout. After the breakout they were as profitable as everything else out there.

Unless your 750ti had some optimized code and made more then the average 280x.


that is the trick, the best profitable coin, is the one that you speculate on, with your hashrate, like recently, vipcoin, mined in early stage and went to 100 satoshi, huge profit, the same with ethereum at the beginning, continuos mining has no sense, because it does not last

Yeah but then you are talking about speculation. If you are good at it, why mine and not work for Wall Street instead.

There are like 100 coins released every week and maybe 10 or so are good runners.

not really 100% speculation, some coin like ethereum were easy to spot for a big profit, and ethereum was not the only one you know, you only need to be accustomed to it and search for the best and most promising coins
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Better things to do with a mining rig between profitable coins.

 Folding@home - most mining rigs would to well on that, especially the Nvidea based ones - among MANY other options.



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i wouldnt say its dead yet..

here is 2 r9 270x from the NH calculator.

Projected daily income            0.01234536 BTC
Projected weekly income    0.08641752 BTC
Projected monthly income    0.37036080 BTC


it seems to be mining eth and x11 about 50/50



It is quite surprising that X11 has ASIC now, but it is still very profitable for the GPU miners as well.
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i wouldnt say its dead yet..

here is 2 r9 270x from the NH calculator.

Projected daily income            0.01234536 BTC
Projected weekly income    0.08641752 BTC
Projected monthly income    0.37036080 BTC


it seems to be mining eth and x11 about 50/50



It is quite surprising that X11 has ASIC now, but it is still very profitable for the GPU miners as well.

X11 ASIC ?

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Better things to do with a mining rig between profitable coins.

 Folding@home - most mining rigs would to well on that, especially the Nvidea based ones - among MANY other options.



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this is interesting, what are the good folding option now? and how much is the earning per 970?
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April 11, 2016, 11:28:27 AM
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you earn a warm happy feeling knowing you are helping humanity as a whole.

its medical research done on your rig(s).

https://folding.stanford.edu/

I was into it lots a while back.

phil sorry for OT. but folding is worthy of a couple OT posts Smiley
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You don't get paid for Folding.

Highly doubt most people would switch to Folding for free. I think you might get like a free t-shirt with enough folding points.



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You don't get paid for Folding.

Highly doubt most people would switch to Folding for free. I think you might get like a free t-shirt with enough folding points.




I did some folding maybe 100 hours or so.

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Actually, if you get into CureCoin, you CAN get paid for folding.

 I don't think it's anywhere near the electric cost, but it's better than nothing - and you get Big Warm Fuzzies for helping the work to find the next miracle cure drug(s).

 For the competative among us, it can also be nice to watch your standing climb the rankings (that's the only reason I still do RC5, I want to crack the Top 100 before I quit - just hit 190 a couple days ago).


 There is ONE ASIC currently "available" for X11 (one of the bigger review sites got one), but it's "out of stock" and has been for a bit. The makers apparently sold out their first batch (of 50 as I recall their claim) fast and haven't gotten the next batch built yet.

 Check the Dash forums, it's mentioned in there somewhere.

 X11 is still profitable FOR NOW for GPU, as there aren't a LOT of those ASIC machines running yet - but that might change fairly fastly if the things enter serial production and start selling a significant number.


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back on topic   I just got a card from newegg today

I am up to 55mh!

burning 540 watts to do it. quiet and the pcs can still  be used as pcs.

55mh earns about .8 coins a day  or 24 coins in a month

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back on topic   I just got a card from newegg today

I am up to 55mh!

burning 540 watts to do it. quiet and the pcs can still  be used as pcs.

55mh earns about .8 coins a day  or 24 coins in a month


Philip - do you believe in overclocking?

Someone the other day told me not to overclock my R-390s because I bought it new.

Further advice was it will degrade the GPU if heavily used mining and I should underclock instead and keep its performance intact.

Given that this is no Nano or Fury, the MSI-R9-390 is quite a new model with high-end bell and whistles, I can't imagine modern day GPUs going degraded quickly after heavy mining-only use.

I got the GPUs mainly for ETH mining, as my objective was to squeeze the daylights of these puppies because it's a race against time, as far as ETH is concern. Currently, 5 x 390s slightly overclocked runs 30MHs per card, giving me a total of 150MHs in this rig.

Thoughts?

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April 13, 2016, 02:03:21 AM
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back on topic   I just got a card from newegg today

I am up to 55mh!

burning 540 watts to do it. quiet and the pcs can still  be used as pcs.

55mh earns about .8 coins a day  or 24 coins in a month


Philip - do you believe in overclocking?

Someone the other day told me not to overclock my R-390s because I bought it new.

Further advice was it will degrade the GPU if heavily used mining and I should underclock instead and keep its performance intact.

Given that this is no Nano or Fury, the MSI-R9-390 is quite a new model with high-end bell and whistles, I can't imagine modern day GPUs going degraded quickly after heavy mining-only use.

I got the GPUs mainly for ETH mining, as my objective was to squeeze the daylights of these puppies because it's a race against time, as far as ETH is concern. Currently, 5 x 390s slightly overclocked runs 30MHs per card, giving me a total of 150MHs in this rig.

Thoughts?

Eth looks like it will collapse  so if you overclock and get coins faster it may be worth it.

study your mh to watts.

I am not overclocking basically I want to keep the quiet of my den   intact and control temps a bit.

I have room for one more card and it will come on the 14th.

It is a 390 

So I will run:

1 hd7970 = 20 mh
1 r7 370  = 15 mh
1 r9 380  = 20 mh
1 r9 390  =  ?

2 rigs should use about 700 watts and do about 80mh

I got them with good return policies just in case. 
I always like this about GPU mining real companies with real return polices.
This is another reason I did not overclock much.



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