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April 07, 2016, 12:02:27 PM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
Thank you

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April 07, 2016, 08:22:46 PM
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Look at this thread (only 5 threads down from yours, if you open your eyes), which was moved because it also does not belong in the bitcoin hardware section: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1428432.0

If you look in the altcoin mining section, you will find your answers if you apply yourself.

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April 08, 2016, 11:26:41 AM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
Thank you


Mining X11 with graphics card is not so profitable as mining Ethereum. X11 is mined by ASIC now.

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April 08, 2016, 12:07:48 PM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
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Mining X11 with graphics card is not so profitable as mining Ethereum. X11 is mined by ASIC now.
How about Nicehash?

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April 09, 2016, 08:46:30 AM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
Thank you


Mining X11 with graphics card is not so profitable as mining Ethereum. X11 is mined by ASIC now.
How about Nicehash?

You can rent out your hashing power to the Nicehash. You can set to use the most profitable algorithms.

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April 09, 2016, 10:56:15 AM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
Thank you


Mining X11 with graphics card is not so profitable as mining Ethereum. X11 is mined by ASIC now.
How about Nicehash?

You can rent out your hashing power to the Nicehash. You can set to use the most profitable algorithms.
Could be profitable with nicehash?

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April 09, 2016, 12:05:26 PM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
Thank you


Mining X11 with graphics card is not so profitable as mining Ethereum. X11 is mined by ASIC now.
How about Nicehash?

You can rent out your hashing power to the Nicehash. You can set to use the most profitable algorithms.
Could be profitable with nicehash?

At present, mining Ethereum with Nicehash is not as profitable if you mine at other pool and sell it for bitcoin.
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April 09, 2016, 02:13:20 PM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
Thank you


Mining X11 with graphics card is not so profitable as mining Ethereum. X11 is mined by ASIC now.
How about Nicehash?

You can rent out your hashing power to the Nicehash. You can set to use the most profitable algorithms.
Could be profitable with nicehash?

At present, mining Ethereum with Nicehash is not as profitable if you mine at other pool and sell it for bitcoin.
I mean if it could be profitable to mine x11 via NiceHash

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April 11, 2016, 10:59:28 AM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
Thank you


Mining X11 with graphics card is not so profitable as mining Ethereum. X11 is mined by ASIC now.
How about Nicehash?

You can rent out your hashing power to the Nicehash. You can set to use the most profitable algorithms.
Could be profitable with nicehash?

At present, mining Ethereum with Nicehash is not as profitable if you mine at other pool and sell it for bitcoin.
I mean if it could be profitable to mine x11 via NiceHash

It is quite profitable to mine X11 via NiceHash. It is almost as profitable as mining Ethereum now.
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April 12, 2016, 11:26:55 AM
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Hi miners!
I just want to know some unexpensive cards to start mining x11.. Which ones would you recommend me? and, where should i buy them?
Thank you


Mining X11 with graphics card is not so profitable as mining Ethereum. X11 is mined by ASIC now.
How about Nicehash?

You can rent out your hashing power to the Nicehash. You can set to use the most profitable algorithms.
Could be profitable with nicehash?

At present, mining Ethereum with Nicehash is not as profitable if you mine at other pool and sell it for bitcoin.
I mean if it could be profitable to mine x11 via NiceHash

It is quite profitable to mine X11 via NiceHash. It is almost as profitable as mining Ethereum now.
Thats what i thought, thanks for your help

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May 30, 2016, 07:28:12 PM
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For me the best is definitely the 750Ti. It consume such a low amount of electricity that you'll ever be profitable.
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May 31, 2016, 07:23:08 AM
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Keep in mind though, it's the energy use of your ENTIRE SYSTEM that matters, NOT just the use of the card itself.

 Many cards that are quite a bit less efficient AS A CARD than the NVidia Maxwell cards like the 750Ti end up being much more efficient miners when you figure in the overall SYSTEM energy cost.

 Also, it depends a lot on what you try to mine - a $100 750Ti only manages 3.5MH or so on Ethereum, while a less-than-$300 R9 380 manages closer to 20. The total SYSTEM power of that 380-based system will probably be a lower per MH than the 750ti based system even if the 750ti itself is more efficient.



 I've got a couple systems with 750Ti cards in them - only reason is that they are LOW PROFILE systems and the 750ti is the most powerfull card I CAN fit in them (AMD HD 7750 was better for some stuff, but they're very hard to find any more and for some reason AMD never released a comparable R7-designated product).

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June 01, 2016, 06:53:46 AM
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Keep in mind though, it's the energy use of your ENTIRE SYSTEM that matters, NOT just the use of the card itself.

 Many cards that are quite a bit less efficient AS A CARD than the NVidia Maxwell cards like the 750Ti end up being much more efficient miners when you figure in the overall SYSTEM energy cost.

 Also, it depends a lot on what you try to mine - a $100 750Ti only manages 3.5MH or so on Ethereum, while a less-than-$300 R9 380 manages closer to 20. The total SYSTEM power of that 380-based system will probably be a lower per MH than the 750ti based system even if the 750ti itself is more efficient.



 I've got a couple systems with 750Ti cards in them - only reason is that they are LOW PROFILE systems and the 750ti is the most powerfull card I CAN fit in them (AMD HD 7750 was better for some stuff, but they're very hard to find any more and for some reason AMD never released a comparable R7-designated product).


R9 Nano is also a low profile card, but it occupy two slots. And it is much more expensive than 750.
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June 02, 2016, 06:37:52 AM
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There is no such thing as a "low profile" Nano. They are ALL full height double-slot-width cards.

 Short is NOT "loiw profile" - the Nano IS a fairly short in LENGTH card.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125680

 THAT is a low profile card.



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