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December 05, 2017, 01:32:31 PM
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Palit gtx 1060 3gb @ 1974 gpu /+600 mem and I'm getting ~17 MH/s DaggerHashimoto  ~832 MH/s Decred in dual mining.

What could be the reason for such low hashrate? Mining with NiceHash miner 2.1.0.2 beta.

Thanks for any help.


What memory do you have? I have a 1060 3gb with Hynix and Samsung, the Hynix card reaches 18Mh/s and Samsung 23.5 Mh/s on ETH alone. The memory plays a big role both cards have basically the same price but the Samsung one clearly is winning on nearly all the algorithms.
Thanks for quick answer.

Apparently they are Hynix... Damn it. I was hoping there were some settings to play with.
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December 05, 2017, 07:48:44 PM
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I got a 3gb gigabyte WF2OC with Hynix.  Check on the serial number should start with 16xx or 17xx.  The first two digits is the year and XX is the week.  The earlier batches of 2017 might still have micron or samsung but not the newer ones imo.
Gigabyte WF2OC, 2 units, SN starts with 17xx - both Hynix.
Purchased in Q3 2017.
It seems only mining edition of GTX1060 carry Samsung memory.

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December 05, 2017, 08:07:31 PM
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What are you guys dual mining? i'm thinking about switching from Sia to another coin

Not worth dual mining on 1060/1070 imo.  Rather save the power by running them at 60-65% TDP for ETH or 80-85% for Zec.
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December 06, 2017, 06:40:43 AM
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guys now there are plenty more profitable coins than eth dual mining or zcash or zec

smartcash
btx
xzv
bitcoinz
bitcoingold
electroneum
monacoin!!!!


and many others giving you double than eth+dual


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December 06, 2017, 07:24:35 AM
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Gigabyte WF2OC GTX 6 GB - 24.8 MH/s ETH (PL: 70, core +144, mem +897)
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December 06, 2017, 07:24:53 AM
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1060 is a bad dual mininer 1070 is a bitc better the best dual mining cards
that are worth itcto run dual are rx cards and fury
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December 06, 2017, 08:27:28 PM
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1060 palit 3 gb what the best miner for neoscrypt?

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December 07, 2017, 06:47:12 PM
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Got lucky in September with a couple of EVGA GTX1060 6GB cards with Samsung memory. One does +600 memory, the other does +800 for 23 and 24 MH/s on ETH.

I just added an EVGA GTX1060 3GB. Seems to be Hynix but overclocks well, so it's not so bad. It's doing 19.5 MH/s at +800 memory.
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December 07, 2017, 06:53:50 PM
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Not worth dual mining on 1060/1070 imo.  Rather save the power by running them at 60-65% TDP for ETH or 80-85% for Zec.
Good point. The only worth dual mining option I consider is Decred, I keep the good faith in the project. The marginal profit is very "marginal" ))

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December 07, 2017, 06:56:58 PM
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560 MH/s Equihash - 2 x GTX 1060
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December 07, 2017, 06:59:38 PM
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guys now there are plenty more profitable coins than eth dual mining or zcash or zec
Many coins of your list have been more profitable than ETH or ZEC during a certain 7-days time frame. Unless you sell right away what you mine, you might be down on both a BTC and USD basis vs ETH or ZEC.
I advise everyone to be responsible of his endorsements - I would certainly not mine Electroneum, BTG or BitcoinZ for ethical reasons.

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December 07, 2017, 07:49:49 PM
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guys now there are plenty more profitable coins than eth dual mining or zcash or zec
Many coins of your list have been more profitable than ETH or ZEC during a certain 7-days time frame. Unless you sell right away what you mine, you might be down on both a BTC and USD basis vs ETH or ZEC.
I advise everyone to be responsible of his endorsements - I would certainly not mine Electroneum, BTG or BitcoinZ for ethical reasons.

I need to decide btween a 1070, 1060 6GB and 470 8GB

I have an 8 card rig of 1060 6gb at the moment it runs so cool , uses low power and less work to get working than 470 , cheaper than 1070

i think ill just stick to those with those new 8 gpu board that can actually handle 12 1060s density should not be so bad
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December 07, 2017, 07:55:58 PM
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guys now there are plenty more profitable coins than eth dual mining or zcash or zec
Many coins of your list have been more profitable than ETH or ZEC during a certain 7-days time frame. Unless you sell right away what you mine, you might be down on both a BTC and USD basis vs ETH or ZEC.
I advise everyone to be responsible of his endorsements - I would certainly not mine Electroneum, BTG or BitcoinZ for ethical reasons.

I would generally advice to first mine well established coins like XMR, ETH and Zec. Collect some of these and maybe after that it is good to go for newer but already eastablished projects like Zen or ETC.
Only after this one should mine newly release coins.
Basically it is like a portfolio; you don’t want to bet all your money on one horse and you also don’t want to bet all your money on the new comers.

Just my view and with a GTX 1060 you can mine all of the above. XMR maybe during the hot summer days Smiley

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December 07, 2017, 09:19:26 PM
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guys now there are plenty more profitable coins than eth dual mining or zcash or zec
Many coins of your list have been more profitable than ETH or ZEC during a certain 7-days time frame. Unless you sell right away what you mine, you might be down on both a BTC and USD basis vs ETH or ZEC.
I advise everyone to be responsible of his endorsements - I would certainly not mine Electroneum, BTG or BitcoinZ for ethical reasons.

I would generally advice to first mine well established coins like XMR, ETH and Zec. Collect some of these and maybe after that it is good to go for newer but already eastablished projects like Zen or ETC.
Only after this one should mine newly release coins.
Basically it is like a portfolio; you don’t want to bet all your money on one horse and you also don’t want to bet all your money on the new comers.

Just my view and with a GTX 1060 you can mine all of the above. XMR maybe during the hot summer days Smiley
it seems better not give preference what a one, and really better to put the rate for a few of horses and any coin can be successful.

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December 08, 2017, 10:56:29 AM
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I need to decide btween a 1070, 1060 6GB and 470 8GB
I would rather choose AMD RX470 4GB.
You already have a nVidia GTX 1060 rig and some diversification would be welcome.
Performance-wise, there is barely any difference between 4GB and 8GB versions of RX470/RX570. Of all current algos, Dagger-Hashimoto uses the most VRAM - ~2.2 GB for ETH and ETC. I don't expect the DAG size of either to reach 4GB until Q1 2019.

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December 08, 2017, 03:57:40 PM
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I need to decide btween a 1070, 1060 6GB and 470 8GB
I would rather choose AMD RX470 4GB.
You already have a nVidia GTX 1060 rig and some diversification would be welcome.
Performance-wise, there is barely any difference between 4GB and 8GB versions of RX470/RX570. Of all current algos, Dagger-Hashimoto uses the most VRAM - ~2.2 GB for ETH and ETC. I don't expect the DAG size of either to reach 4GB until Q1 2019.

Same as diversification of altcoins rigs of AMD and nvidia make sense. I also have different rigs and they mine different coins. There were times when I wished to have only nvidia and sometimes only AMD would have been nice.
In general i would nevertheless tend towards Nvidia and expand into that direction.

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December 08, 2017, 04:10:42 PM
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Zotac GTX 1060 6GB Amp w/ Samsung Memory

-300 Clock
+700 Mem
60% PL
23.5Mh/s Eth
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December 10, 2017, 01:06:56 AM
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Is it possible to mine both ethereum and vertcoin?
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December 10, 2017, 01:26:22 AM
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Not possible with a single card, with a rig you can start 2 miners and  seperate the cards between them.
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December 10, 2017, 01:34:21 AM
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Using dstm-zcash miner OCing two 1060's one with 3gb and one with 6gb


1060 6gb does 342 sol Aug with dstm-zcash miner
1060 3gb does 307 to 310 sols dstm-zcash miner

ETH mining both do OC 24 MH i can't seem to get that any high for long and run stable. 24 MH seems like the sweet spot for 1060's no mater how much on board memory they have..
 and if i dual mine I'm impressed it doesn't lower the eth hash like it does on my on my AMD cards on the 1060 or any of my NV cards i own .

Is it possible to mine both ethereum and vertcoin?


if it is you would need a miner like Clay-more's etH miner to do it . and that miner what ever it is would need support added to do it .

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