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January 10, 2017, 08:30:49 AM
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hello lads. thinking about buying one GTX 1070 for test RIG (all other rigs are on AMD) and would like to know what brand and model is best for mining. any1 have any hints? Ive read MSI isnt that good same as EVGA...what about Palit, Zotac and others? every1 is posting their results, but not the cards they r using. would appreciate your infos. thx
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January 10, 2017, 10:03:59 AM
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hello lads. thinking about buying one GTX 1070 for test RIG (all other rigs are on AMD) and would like to know what brand and model is best for mining. any1 have any hints? Ive read MSI isnt that good same as EVGA...what about Palit, Zotac and others? every1 is posting their results, but not the cards they r using. would appreciate your infos. thx

Im pretty happy with my EVGA GTX 1070 FTW. Zotacs are good cards too.

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Latest version loses connection every few hours and does not reconnect.


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January 10, 2017, 11:12:45 AM
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Lower your OC, it's not connection issue.

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January 10, 2017, 11:20:24 AM
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hello lads. thinking about buying one GTX 1070 for test RIG (all other rigs are on AMD) and would like to know what brand and model is best for mining. any1 have any hints? Ive read MSI isnt that good same as EVGA...what about Palit, Zotac and others? every1 is posting their results, but not the cards they r using. would appreciate your infos. thx

palit jetstream, i regret buying g1 gaming, they perform lower on average than other, the palit jetstream seems the best
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January 10, 2017, 11:24:27 AM
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Lower your OC, it's not connection issue.

No overclock here, stock settings.
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January 10, 2017, 11:30:52 AM
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hello lads. thinking about buying one GTX 1070 for test RIG (all other rigs are on AMD) and would like to know what brand and model is best for mining. any1 have any hints? Ive read MSI isnt that good same as EVGA...what about Palit, Zotac and others? every1 is posting their results, but not the cards they r using. would appreciate your infos. thx

palit jetstream, i regret buying g1 gaming, they perform lower on average than other, the palit jetstream seems the best

thx, just bought it for 417€ from amazon. i think its a good deal to start with. Jetstream has an enormous cooling system from what i've seen. gonna test it tomorrow and will post the results. what driver version are you guys on? any settings for a sweet spot? Cheesy
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January 10, 2017, 11:46:11 AM
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hello lads. thinking about buying one GTX 1070 for test RIG (all other rigs are on AMD) and would like to know what brand and model is best for mining. any1 have any hints? Ive read MSI isnt that good same as EVGA...what about Palit, Zotac and others? every1 is posting their results, but not the cards they r using. would appreciate your infos. thx

palit jetstream, i regret buying g1 gaming, they perform lower on average than other, the palit jetstream seems the best

thx, just bought it for 417€ from amazon. i think its a good deal to start with. Jetstream has an enormous cooling system from what i've seen. gonna test it tomorrow and will post the results. what driver version are you guys on? any settings for a sweet spot? Cheesy

each card is different u'll have to find your right settings, myself i do +150/+600 @ 60% tdp, good luck with testing Smiley i use latest 372.33 i think

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January 10, 2017, 01:08:27 PM
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Windows version not work with coinotron pool
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EVGA GTX 950 has Samsung memory, so if they are willing to put it on that card I would be surprised if they didn't use it on the GTX 1060 3GB.  You might look into a shipping forwarder if you want to buy from newegg.  The rebates would be useless though as  you have to live in the US, heck at those prices the 6GB looks more compelling for only another $22 for non-SC and $7 for SC versus the 6GB non-SC
if the price gap was that small here I would be getting the 6GB but only for the extra compute core I could care less about the extra memory

Ah the price is as follow, i wasn't accurate enough, sorry

Zotec Mini GTX 1060 3GB : 223€
EVGA GTX 1060 3GB: 215€
EVGA GTX 1060 SC 3GB: 229€


Zotec Mini GTX 1060 6GB : 280€
EVGA GTX 1060 6GB: 285€
EVGA GTX 1060 SC 6GB: 290€

so according to what you were saying, the 3GB is the most interesting because the 6GB is overall 25% more expensive for like 10% more hash something like that ?
Yes that is my assessment
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January 10, 2017, 03:44:43 PM
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EVGA GTX 950 has Samsung memory, so if they are willing to put it on that card I would be surprised if they didn't use it on the GTX 1060 3GB.  You might look into a shipping forwarder if you want to buy from newegg.  The rebates would be useless though as  you have to live in the US, heck at those prices the 6GB looks more compelling for only another $22 for non-SC and $7 for SC versus the 6GB non-SC
if the price gap was that small here I would be getting the 6GB but only for the extra compute core I could care less about the extra memory

Ah the price is as follow, i wasn't accurate enough, sorry

Zotec Mini GTX 1060 3GB : 223€
EVGA GTX 1060 3GB: 215€
EVGA GTX 1060 SC 3GB: 229€


Zotec Mini GTX 1060 6GB : 280€
EVGA GTX 1060 6GB: 285€
EVGA GTX 1060 SC 6GB: 290€

so according to what you were saying, the 3GB is the most interesting because the 6GB is overall 25% more expensive for like 10% more hash something like that ?
Yes that is my assessment

Cool thanks for confirming all this, cheers  Wink

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January 10, 2017, 04:10:38 PM
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Lower your OC, it's not connection issue.

No overclock here, stock settings.

I have same problem with 5x1070's, first card is still crashing.

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January 10, 2017, 04:13:46 PM
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Lower your OC, it's not connection issue.

No overclock here, stock settings.

I have same problem with 5x1070's, first card is still crashing.

Bad riser ? bad psu ? tested card alone ? no riser ?

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January 10, 2017, 06:58:01 PM
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hello lads. thinking about buying one GTX 1070 for test RIG (all other rigs are on AMD) and would like to know what brand and model is best for mining. any1 have any hints? Ive read MSI isnt that good same as EVGA...what about Palit, Zotac and others? every1 is posting their results, but not the cards they r using. would appreciate your infos. thx

palit jetstream, i regret buying g1 gaming, they perform lower on average than other, the palit jetstream seems the best

thx, just bought it for 417€ from amazon. i think its a good deal to start with. Jetstream has an enormous cooling system from what i've seen. gonna test it tomorrow and will post the results. what driver version are you guys on? any settings for a sweet spot? Cheesy

each card is different u'll have to find your right settings, myself i do +150/+600 @ 60% tdp, good luck with testing Smiley i use latest 372.33 i think

I have found that the EVGA SC cards (750 ti and 1070) do a good job, with minimal need for OC because they are already OC by default and very reliable.

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January 10, 2017, 07:32:39 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.
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January 10, 2017, 07:35:40 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.

If im not mistaken, it depend on the difficulty of the dev pool, if your pool is more difficult, and dev pool less difficult it will get more share done for him, because the share hash faster for his pool than it does for your pool.

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January 10, 2017, 07:38:27 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.

If im not mistaken, it depend on the difficulty of the dev pool, if your pool is more difficult, and dev pool less difficult it will get more share done for him, because the share hash faster for his pool than it does for your pool.
how it is possible?i wanna mine less difficult pool too.i thought that difficulty is the same for all miners and pools...not convincing...
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January 10, 2017, 07:59:04 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.

If im not mistaken, it depend on the difficulty of the dev pool, if your pool is more difficult, and dev pool less difficult it will get more share done for him, because the share hash faster for his pool than it does for your pool.
how it is possible?i wanna mine less difficult pool too.i thought that difficulty is the same for all miners and pools...not convincing...

you need to learn some basics first, pool difficulty does not make any difference on what you earn, you just save some pool and network bandwith with more diff on pool, and most pool have variable diff which is good

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January 10, 2017, 08:02:47 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.

If im not mistaken, it depend on the difficulty of the dev pool, if your pool is more difficult, and dev pool less difficult it will get more share done for him, because the share hash faster for his pool than it does for your pool.
how it is possible?i wanna mine less difficult pool too.i thought that difficulty is the same for all miners and pools...not convincing...
Pool difficulty is different that the coins difficulty.  A pool breaks up the coin  difficulty to make it easier to find solution but in order for the pool to be credited with the block it still has to find the whole solution/ hash.
In a PPS pool your shares count based on the difficulty assigned to them, so if you mine with a diff of 2 and someone else mines with a diff of 20 your shares should pay 1/10 as much or another way of looking at it is you will have to mine 10 times as many share as the other miner to get the same amount of payment
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January 10, 2017, 08:29:45 PM
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about dev-fee...just curious...within 90 minutes of mining i get 319 shares for me, and 32 shares for dev...it's 10%...why?
have a log if you need.

If im not mistaken, it depend on the difficulty of the dev pool, if your pool is more difficult, and dev pool less difficult it will get more share done for him, because the share hash faster for his pool than it does for your pool.
how it is possible?i wanna mine less difficult pool too.i thought that difficulty is the same for all miners and pools...not convincing...

you need to learn some basics first, pool difficulty does not make any difference on what you earn, you just save some pool and network bandwith with more diff on pool, and most pool have variable diff which is good

If the dev fee is time based (example 72 second per hour for a 2% fee) if dev pool is less difficult, than your main pool, it will hash more than 2% of your own mined share during this hour, because dev pool share are less valuable than yours and with the same hashing power, faster to hash/submit (but earn him less per share than yours) isn't it ? Or im wrong ?

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