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January 25, 2018, 10:48:31 AM
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Sorry for confusion. Pc memory does not matter.
The video card has its own memory and it can be Samsung micron or hynix.
Hynix has lowest hashrate for ethereum. But you can see the type in windows only by using gpuz program. I don't think you can see in Linux.
That will tell you whether it's worth the efforts to over clock much or not.
It is also possible you have not oveclocked anything thus the lower hashrate (if you have micron or Samsung memory)

If you switch to other coin not using the eth algorithm it would not matter the memory.

Hello, are the micron or hynix memory much slower for other crypto mining too like Zclassic, BTC or Monero?

Thank's
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January 25, 2018, 02:27:13 PM
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Wow, theres so much great information that i collect from this thread,
Many peoples like to share about Vga and their hashrate to do mining,
Im new about this business, and im very thankful about you all that sharing information here.
Keep it up friends, like to share with you all.
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January 25, 2018, 03:08:13 PM
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Looks like for skunk hash algorithms, i have to use +core and +mem to get optimal hash rate.
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January 25, 2018, 03:11:45 PM
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I have GTX 1060 6GB mining through ubuntu minergate..
ASROCK h81 BTC 2.0

Only 15Mh  in ether mining from one Graphics so i wan to know is it right or i have some issue...

Guys please help me is it right or not

What type of RAM on the GPU? What are your settings?
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January 25, 2018, 03:28:30 PM
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Sorry for confusion. Pc memory does not matter.
The video card has its own memory and it can be Samsung micron or hynix.
Hynix has lowest hashrate for ethereum. But you can see the type in windows only by using gpuz program. I don't think you can see in Linux.
That will tell you whether it's worth the efforts to over clock much or not.
It is also possible you have not oveclocked anything thus the lower hashrate (if you have micron or Samsung memory)

If you switch to other coin not using the eth algorithm it would not matter the memory.

Hello, are the micron or hynix memory much slower for other crypto mining too like Zclassic, BTC or Monero?

Thank's
For ZEC the core clock is more important than the memory clock, as of my experience - there is no big deal for memory: I usually put  all my efforts to fine core and voltage overclocking.

Okay thank's man. So the 1060 6GB is still a good investment for most cryptocurrencies?
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January 25, 2018, 11:38:16 PM
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Yes. Unless the price of card is overpriced too much Smiley
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January 26, 2018, 03:56:40 AM
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Got my new SSC 1060. Hynix memory. ALready  2025 core and 3825 memory. getting about20~ MH on skunk. Not bad!
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January 26, 2018, 05:22:17 AM
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Sorry for confusion. Pc memory does not matter.
The video card has its own memory and it can be Samsung micron or hynix.
Hynix has lowest hashrate for ethereum. But you can see the type in windows only by using gpuz program. I don't think you can see in Linux.
That will tell you whether it's worth the efforts to over clock much or not.
It is also possible you have not oveclocked anything thus the lower hashrate (if you have micron or Samsung memory)

If you switch to other coin not using the eth algorithm it would not matter the memory.

Hello, are the micron or hynix memory much slower for other crypto mining too like Zclassic, BTC or Monero?

Thank's
For ZEC the core clock is more important than the memory clock, as of my experience - there is no big deal for memory: I usually put  all my efforts to fine core and voltage overclocking.

Okay thank's man. So the 1060 6GB is still a good investment for most cryptocurrencies?

If you can find it at under $300, absolutely. It's stable, handles dual mining well, generally a low energy user (and can be set to be even moreso), etc. But at current prices I'd say spend a bit more and go with 1070s, more expensive upfront and a higher energy bill, but once you hit ROI you'll make way more off them.
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January 26, 2018, 05:45:15 AM
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I'm currently mining ITNS with 2 GEFORCE 1060s and averaging around 900 h/s. This is my first mining rig and not sure if I can get a better hash rate by optimizing or overclocking the Gpus. Should I let them mine as is or would yous recommend trying to improve the hash rate?
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January 26, 2018, 06:03:26 AM
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That's about right. You can may be squeeze a bit more but do not expect 600 700.
I get around 470 with TDP 50.  70watts consumption.on 1060 ssc 6gb.
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January 26, 2018, 06:18:12 AM
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its problem with your operating system install latest windows 10
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January 26, 2018, 09:46:24 AM
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I have GTX 1060 6GB mining through ubuntu minergate..
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Only 15Mh  in ether mining from one Graphics so i wan to know is it right or i have some issue...
Your GPU has Hynix VRAM, with loose memory timings. At most OC, it would barely push 19 MH/s. With Hynix memory, look for core-intensive algos (Equihash, NeoScrypt, Lyra2REv2, etc). You'll get 10-15% higher hashrate on these algos vs a 3GB GPU (6GB cards have more CUDA cores).

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January 26, 2018, 02:35:17 PM
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Got my new video cards to a stable working rate. SSC running over 5 mh more over my regular 1060 gtx.
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January 26, 2018, 04:14:24 PM
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Dagger-Rig [DualMining /w Pascal (-dcri 20)]:

3x Gigabyte Windforce GTX 1060 3GB [SAMSUNG] @65TDP/CrCl+160/MmCl+700
2x KFA2 GeForce GTX 1060 OC 6GB [MICRON] @65TDP/CrCl+160/MmCl+700
1x PNY XLR8 GeForce GTX 1060 OC GAMING 6GB [MICRON] @65TDP/CrCl+150/MmCl+650   

Equally distributed 139MH/s (23.2/card) ethash + 920 MH/s (155/card) pascal. Runs around 24.3 MH/s/card in SingleEthMode. Rig overall power consumption from the wall: 540W (3.72W/MHs)


Equihash-Rig:

6x KFA2 GeForce GTX 1060 OC 6GB [HYNIX] @65TDP/CrCl+165/MmCl+300

1775 Sol/s (293/card). Rig overall power consumption from the wall: 500W. (3.55 Sol/W) [Runs with a low power consuming Intel "T" CPU]

Just keep the HYNIX cards. If you start returning them hoping for Samsung/Micron your rig will probably never go online and you'll miss profit everyday. Just mine ZClassic/Hush/BTG.

Haven't tried other algos (neoscrypt, skunkhash, lyra etc.), though.


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January 26, 2018, 07:39:38 PM
Last edit: January 26, 2018, 08:00:11 PM by teammaf
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got ETH mining working

got tuned to 23-24 mining ETH, bounces in between with ethminer.

Any 1060 models have issues with certain fan speed %? Like running my EVGA 1060 SC on 60% fan speed daily OK? Im sure people run them higher just curious if any models have like a limit, or start clicking, or known to fail etc etc. if anyone has experience with such instances.

Then whats a solid temp to maintain these cards at 55? 60? 65?
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January 26, 2018, 08:17:27 PM
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I get around 19mh/s on ethereum @80Wish (and other ethash coins) with globalpowertune 80 and globalmem +440 in Ethos on my Hynix cards. Same settings give me 22-23 on my Samsung cards.
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January 26, 2018, 09:02:05 PM
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got ETH mining working

got tuned to 23-24 mining ETH, bounces in between with ethminer.

Any 1060 models have issues with certain fan speed %? Like running my EVGA 1060 SC on 60% fan speed daily OK? Im sure people run them higher just curious if any models have like a limit, or start clicking, or known to fail etc etc. if anyone has experience with such instances.

Then whats a solid temp to maintain these cards at 55? 60? 65?

Ideally keep temp below 70C and fan at 80% or less, but if you have to live with violating one of these then definitely go with running the fan harder, not letting the temp climb higher.

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January 26, 2018, 09:09:07 PM
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Samsung mem 1060's on ETH runs with 22-24 mh/s. hynix maximum is 20.
On equihash about 300, no matter what memory provider (ewbf).
Never had experience with elpida memory btw. Is it as bad as hynix on ETH mining?
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January 26, 2018, 10:04:58 PM
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If by Elpida mean Micron for the Nvidias, then it is in the middle of Hynix and Samsung. OK  I guess.  and its better than Hynix.

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January 27, 2018, 03:44:56 AM
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how accurate is gputemp's temperature reading? ive been using it for a couple days now and both gpus are about 55 degrees celcius every time i check. i live in quite a hot country (most days are over 30 degrees) so was worried about them overheating but from what ive been reading, others usually have their gpus running at around 70 degrees.

is msiburner a better alternative to manage temp and adjust gpu settings?

since this is my first rig i dont want to push the gpus to their limit so im tempted to leave them running as is (im currently mining a ITNS (cryptonoight), averaging around 900h/s over 24 hours)
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