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October 26, 2017, 05:05:00 AM
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24.3 MH/s stable on claymore

1060 6gb armor ocv1 (msi)

Power limit: 57%
Core: -197
Memory: +870
Fan: 65%
Temp: 54-56°C  Wink

Why do you guys reduce the core?

Can't seem to get a response

I'm wondering the same.

it's because the impact on performance is less important than memory clock and by lowering core clock you need less power and less heat. It's all a question of trying out. I see that many people achieve a better result with negative core clocks. Same for me, cards crashes faster when using positive core clocks.

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October 26, 2017, 07:43:27 AM
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with claymore
23.8 Mhz on samsung ram with mem @4530 MHz
and 22.8 Mhz on micron ram with mem @4250 MHz
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October 26, 2017, 01:49:20 PM
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25.2 MH/s stable on claymore

1060 6gb armor ocv1 (msi)

Power limit: 60%
Core: -100
Memory: +1000
Fan: 65%
Temp: 55-57°C

~118W from the wall for the whole pc

Why did you under clock the core?

I've been playing around with the clocks a bit, it seems to me that higher core clocks don't have any influence on the hashrate in my setup or maybe even reduce it... Besides the card was oc from the box so I figured I might as well reduce it a little bit just for the sake of slighlty smaller temp and power usage (I know it's probably pennies) Wink
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October 26, 2017, 06:38:57 PM
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Thank you for your contribution. As surprising as it is, not so many people posted the hashrates they get. Could you please give me what you can get on Groestl and Neoscrypt ?



ccminer 1.8.1 benchmark, 368.95 drivers

Groestl: 25.94

Neoscrypt: 662.61


LBRY seems to be the most profitable now, unless there are some other undiscovered coins that I don't know.
I have 6 VGA 1060 and my PSU has only 1000w
Run very stable
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October 26, 2017, 06:41:46 PM
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My VGA 1060 colorfull
ram samsung
core +150
mem +500-750
tt ~65*
fan 65%
23.8 mh/s
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October 26, 2017, 06:43:47 PM
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Palit GTX 1060
ram micron
core +0
mem +450
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fan 80
22.5 mh/s
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October 26, 2017, 09:34:18 PM
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Not opportised stock Lenovo laptop y520, i5, GTX 1060 6GB max-q design, mining with 16.5MH/S, however the return seems to go down massively since the ethereum upgrade, I though the miner revenue is going up, is this not the case?

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October 27, 2017, 11:06:40 PM
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Yes, it's the 6GB version.
I've set 85% power limit to stay near 100W and I'm pulling a constant 200 - 201 MH/s.

200 megahashes on what algorithm?

I am keen to buy the "Palit Geforce GTX 1060 Stormx 3G NE51060015F9-1061F 3GB"

what do u think
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October 27, 2017, 11:12:21 PM
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24.3 MH/s stable on claymore

1060 6gb armor ocv1 (msi)

Power limit: 57%
Core: -197
Memory: +870
Fan: 65%
Temp: 54-56°C  Wink

Why do you guys reduce the core?

Can't seem to get a response

I'm wondering the same.

Lessen the heat and also the electricity.
For ethereum u need more ram speed apposed to core speed.
For zcash u need ram speed but also more core speed unfortunately.
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October 27, 2017, 11:15:48 PM
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At the moment I'm getting 19 and about 280-290 sols  on gigabyte windforce oc 3gb hynix memory

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October 27, 2017, 11:22:42 PM
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At the moment I'm getting 19 and about 280-290 sols  on gigabyte windforce oc 3gb hynix memory

Sounds awesome, is this overclocked and stuff?

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October 28, 2017, 12:28:05 AM
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At the moment I'm getting 19 and about 280-290 sols  on gigabyte windforce oc 3gb hynix memory

Sounds awesome, is this overclocked and stuff?


How is that awesome? Hynix chips are the worst on 1060s. 19 MH/s with Hynix memory is most likely "overclocked and stuff", at usual stock clocks it's ~ 17-18 MH/s. You can easily get 22-23 MH/s with Micron chips and 23-25 MH/s with Samsung chips. Equihash is faster with Samsung and Micron too, it's not as memory dependent as Dagger, but still benefits from faster vram. 
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October 28, 2017, 09:06:35 AM
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Zotac GTX 1060- 6 cards

Ethereum- 141 mh/s, PL 65%, fan 40%, 535w @wall
Equihash- 1720 sol/s, PL 66%, fan 40% 550w @wall
XMR- 3100 mh/s, PL 99% fan, 40% 410w @wall

I think these are micron. Haven't really checked. Cant mine stable past, +150 core +685 mem. I was really impressed by how efficient they were at mining XMR. My system idles at 80w, which means the cards were drawing only 330w. 55w for 520mh/s is very nice! 23.5mh/s for eth @75w isnt that bad. Can get it higher to around 24.3mh/s but i think i had to up the PL to 80%. Equihash gives me around 1720 sol/s at 66% which averages out to about 286 mh/s at around 80w a card. These get even more efficient at 50% PL but I think were mining at around the 1500sol/s.

(2)Asus ROG Strix GTX 1060- 6 cards

Equihash-1920 sol/s, PL 65%, fan 45%, 665w @wall.

These are a bit less power efficient but are able to mine equihash at a higher rate than the zotacs. Havent tested ethereum or xmr yet. These were for sure microns, they can go up to +150 core, and around +550+600 mem before they get unstable. I do plan to test them for other algorithms later.
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October 28, 2017, 09:22:28 AM
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GPU: ASUS STRIX GTX1060 DC2O6G + 玄人志向 GF-GTX1060-6GB/OC/DF
Miner: EWBF's CUDA Miner (algo: Equihash)
OS: Ubuntu 16.04

Power Cap: 70 W
Core Overclock: +160 MHz
Mem Overclock: +400 MHz

Hashrate: 270 Sol/s per GPU (3.9 Sol/W)

日本語での詳細は下記をご参照ください。(more details in Japanese)
http://hassiweb-programming.blogspot.jp/2017/10/overclock-for-nvidia-gpu-on-linux.html
http://hassiweb-programming.blogspot.jp/2017/08/zcash-mining-using-gtx1060-on-ubuntu.html
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October 28, 2017, 11:04:51 AM
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What's the typical ROI on these cards? Are they worth getting over then rx480s?
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October 28, 2017, 01:38:43 PM
Last edit: October 29, 2017, 07:46:06 AM by Pendra37
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What's the typical ROI on these cards? Are they worth getting over then rx480s?

A 1060 6gb with Samsung RAM does around 0.125 Eth/month. That is about 32 USD/month after deducting electricity. Non Samsung does around 0.1 Eth/month and probably bring in about 26 USD.
I calculate something like ~7 months for 3Gb ~9 months for 6Gb for Samsung, 9-11 months for non Samsung.
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October 29, 2017, 08:16:24 PM
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Hi Guys...

some tricks or some else to improve the Nicehash Miner 2.0.1.3 mining profitably? I don't know if I can keep the same settings as per ETH Nanopool mining or if some extra core or memory must be considered.
Any Advice?

Thank you
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October 29, 2017, 09:49:37 PM
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Tried to search on different topics and blogs and couldn't find exact results.

So, what is the hashrate of GTX 1060 on different algos? Especially on Ether.
my msi 1060 6gb with hynix memory ~18.3mh/s
+100 core
+550 memory
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October 29, 2017, 11:26:28 PM
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Hi Guys...

some tricks or some else to improve the Nicehash Miner 2.0.1.3 mining profitably? I don't know if I can keep the same settings as per ETH Nanopool mining or if some extra core or memory must be considered.
Any Advice?

Thank you


Manually mine it in the meantime if there are no answers about it.

Maybe a few google searchs will help you.
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October 30, 2017, 09:59:16 PM
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Hi Guys...

some tricks or some else to improve the Nicehash Miner 2.0.1.3 mining profitably? I don't know if I can keep the same settings as per ETH Nanopool mining or if some extra core or memory must be considered.
Any Advice?

Thank you


If you increase your core and memory and it increases your hashrate, then it would increase the hashrate on Nicehash too. The only difference is if one pool or the other (or nicehash) has different payment methods, or less down time, etc.
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