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February 09, 2018, 07:28:27 PM
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Hi,

Mining with 1 EVGA 1060 3 GB, Hynix memories.

This configuration:
Memory +600
Core clock +0
Fan speed 44% (auto)
Power limit 67 %
Temps between 61 ~64 °C

With this I get around 19.5 MH/s.

Mining in MPH.

But after some hours this rate drops to 15.7MH/s.

I switched from ETHminer to Claymore, but both are having same behavior.

Is is common to hashrate reduce after a while? Or any suggestion of configuration changing?

Thank you,


I suggest you to try other algos
1060 with Hynix + ETH sucks

Best you can do is Equihash or Phi, blake etc

I see...
Even with ..not that much overclock.. the board gets unstable after some time and returns to default configuration...
I will check the other algos, thks.

Yes, best you can do
It's unstable because Hynix can't support high overclocks

On my samsung memory I can achiecve 950mhz and 25Mhs solid
With Hynix just 400 or 500mhz and never reach 20mhs

Do a benchmark with some Zpool miner Gui or Nicehash miner just to see which algo is more profitable to your card

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February 09, 2018, 07:53:23 PM
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Is actually anyone paying these insane prices for new GTX 1060 that can be currently found in all the shops? Everything is sold out but I really wonder who bought them for these prices - what an awful ROI

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February 09, 2018, 08:45:41 PM
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Is actually anyone paying these insane prices for new GTX 1060 that can be currently found in all the shops? Everything is sold out but I really wonder who bought them for these prices - what an awful ROI

I paid around 300 USD for a EVGA 3GB, here in Brazil, first week of Jan/18. Think was a good deal, now is 10-20% more.
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February 09, 2018, 10:45:27 PM
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This one will go back to below 300 in a month or so.
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February 09, 2018, 10:57:24 PM
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I was about to get these, but alot of people suggested me to get 1070's instead. They cost a little bit more money, but totally worth.
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February 10, 2018, 01:41:14 AM
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I was about to get these, but alot of people suggested me to get 1070's instead. They cost a little bit more money, but totally worth.


Yeah i wanted to go with 1060 just ended up going with 1070's
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February 10, 2018, 05:08:29 AM
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Is actually anyone paying these insane prices for new GTX 1060 that can be currently found in all the shops? Everything is sold out but I really wonder who bought them for these prices - what an awful ROI

Bought some Gigabyte Windforce OC 3GB mid january for €239. Was excited b/c all of them were equipped /w Samsung VRAM. Wanted to re-order 2 days later and they were at €299 and consequently my head exploded.
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February 11, 2018, 08:01:22 AM
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I just bought 2x 1060 on 6gb samsung memory i wont get them till march they cost £280 each. I plan on mining eth whilst my 1070 and 1080ti mine phi. I'm not sure if I want to keep my order or cancel as looking at a roi of pretty much 10 months. New nvidia gpus will be out which would prob push the roi to 1 year plus.

Cancel or continue ?
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February 11, 2018, 11:47:43 PM
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Currently have an Asus Dual OC 3gb, currently mining zencash.

Settings are:

+160 Core
+390 Memory
90w TDP

300 Sols.

How does this stack up?
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February 11, 2018, 11:58:38 PM
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Currently have an Asus Dual OC 3gb, currently mining zencash.

Settings are:

+160 Core
+390 Memory
90w TDP

300 Sols.

How does this stack up?

You could do better.

80 Power
+200 core
+0 memory

use Bminer. You should be able to do 300-315 with a much better sol/w number.
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February 12, 2018, 12:14:23 AM
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Currently have an Asus Dual OC 3gb, currently mining zencash.

Settings are:

+160 Core
+390 Memory
90w TDP

300 Sols.

How does this stack up?

You could do better.

80 Power
+200 core
+0 memory

use Bminer. You should be able to do 300-315 with a much better sol/w number.

I am running SMOS which doesn't have bminer.

And about +160 core is the limit before it crashes
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February 12, 2018, 07:01:21 AM
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Seems good.
My electricity is expensI've, so same cards latest settings are on 65 watts, 150 core 350 mem gets me around 255 sols. Big factor is temperature too. Mine is 48-50c.
If I drop temp to 45 I get small boost in sols but I hate the noise of fans so settled for 50c and 55% fans.
I do eth sometimes , it's about 18.5 mh but crappy hynix.
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February 12, 2018, 08:07:12 AM
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Seems good.
My electricity is expensI've, so same cards latest settings are on 65 watts, 150 core 350 mem gets me around 255 sols. Big factor is temperature too. Mine is 48-50c.
If I drop temp to 45 I get small boost in sols but I hate the noise of fans so settled for 50c and 55% fans.
I do eth sometimes , it's about 18.5 mh but crappy hynix.

what do you mine with your hynix cards? Zcash?

13 GPU Nvidia Rig running under Ubuntu 16 (eth hash rate: 300+Mh/s @ 1000W for whole rig): 3x EVGA GTX 1060 3Gb (24MH/s @ 65W) + 6x MSI Armor GTX 1060 3Gb (24MH/s @ 70W) + 1x MSI GTX 1060 (24Mh/s @ 65W) + 3x Zotac GTX 1060 (24MH/s @ 65 W). PSU 2400W, Asrock ASRock H110 Pro BTC+, cheap Chinese risers, Kingston SSD 120Gb, 8Gb memory. Selling some of my GPUs (around 200€, still under warranty), if you're interested, contact me in private.
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February 12, 2018, 07:23:51 PM
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Equihash algo mostly past weeks. that would be zcash, zencash, hush, zcl, etc.
Sometimes ethereum - dagerhashimoto based algos (rarely lately), sometimes cryptonight algo (rarely lately), sometimes lux (phi1612 algo)  (not that often lately) and used to to bitcore too.
cryptonight algos were nice a month/two ago, decent hash , lower electricity cost, lower gpu temperatures but recently its crappy.
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February 12, 2018, 07:26:59 PM
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Currently have an Asus Dual OC 3gb, currently mining zencash.

Settings are:

+160 Core
+390 Memory
90w TDP

300 Sols.

How does this stack up?

You could do better.

80 Power
+200 core
+0 memory

use Bminer. You should be able to do 300-315 with a much better sol/w number.

I am running SMOS which doesn't have bminer.

And about +160 core is the limit before it crashes

Slowly increase memory by +50.
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February 13, 2018, 09:10:03 PM
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I'm mining with 6x Gigabyte Windforce OC 3GB (Samsung)

Runing them on:
TDP 67%
Temp 69c
Core -100
Memory +950

They seem stable so far keeping just above 25 Mh/s eth on claymore dual miner. I thiink it's not quite the sweetspot, but I like the consistent 150 Mh/s combined with total draw from the wall 560 watts. They also run quite cool - under 50c with 60-65% fan.

I was wondering if it's worth using different settings for auto-switching algos like a bit higher core and less memory as I notice equihash is also a good option according to my benchmarks in nicehash miner. Potentially more profitable from time to time, but these settings are far from ok for equi.

So any suggestions? Keep the good work on eth or sacrifice a bit for potential auto-switch profits?

Edit: Working full time so auto-switch is probably worth it.
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February 13, 2018, 11:57:43 PM
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I'm mining with 6x Gigabyte Windforce OC 3GB (Samsung)

Runing them on:
TDP 67%
Temp 69c
Core -100
Memory +950

They seem stable so far keeping just above 25 Mh/s eth on claymore dual miner. I thiink it's not quite the sweetspot, but I like the consistent 150 Mh/s combined with total draw from the wall 560 watts. They also run quite cool - under 50c with 60-65% fan.

I was wondering if it's worth using different settings for auto-switching algos like a bit higher core and less memory as I notice equihash is also a good option according to my benchmarks in nicehash miner. Potentially more profitable from time to time, but these settings are far from ok for equi.

So any suggestions? Keep the good work on eth or sacrifice a bit for potential auto-switch profits?

Edit: Working full time so auto-switch is probably worth it.

Yes you will need core and a little memory for almost all other algo. I auto-switch and run my 1060s at core +100 memory +200. There are probably some algos which could be tuned individually but I'm lazy.
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February 14, 2018, 12:53:57 PM
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I'm mining with 6x Gigabyte Windforce OC 3GB (Samsung)

Runing them on:
TDP 67%
Temp 69c
Core -100
Memory +950

They seem stable so far keeping just above 25 Mh/s eth on claymore dual miner. I thiink it's not quite the sweetspot, but I like the consistent 150 Mh/s combined with total draw from the wall 560 watts. They also run quite cool - under 50c with 60-65% fan.


Same card but with slower Hynix memory is rock solid with nice hashrates in all algos at +140GPU/+540MEM/80%PL ... For a few algos you can even drop mem -300.
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February 17, 2018, 05:58:04 PM
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I am using a Gigabyte 6GB card with +205 clock offset and +1000 memory.  My card seems to be able to take anything for memory (Hynix), but 1000 is the limit for the nVidiaInspector tool I use to adjust frequencies.

My card is mostly stable with +230, but I get enough errors to throttle back and it's rock solid at +200 to +210, but for some reason I get best share results at +205.

I didn't say, but I have power limited to 70% instead of wide open, and I get better results using 80 watts instead of the 105-108 watts without tweaking it.   These numbers are from Orbmu2k's NVI tool, but I'll plug my Kill-a-Watt EZ at it soon enough.
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February 17, 2018, 08:31:02 PM
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18.6 maximum onb my KFA2 1060 GTX 3gb Sad
Getting solid 295 sols/s on equihash Smiley

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