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January 13, 2017, 07:49:05 AM
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yeah but i don't like 2x8 or 6 pin card, because they require you to buy more cable that no psu have in default

EVGA 1600G2

Good PSU yes, but still, too powerful, too expensive, and don't have enough 8 pin cable to supply 6x2 8pin card (it has only 9 of them), i prefer to go dual-psu  Wink

Lots of kids hopping from AMD to Nvidia. Wonder what changed in the last two weeks.
pls don't call miners who have been in the business since 2009 - kids...thats not polite Cheesy

if someone would call me a kid, i would be pleased.  Grin
I got ZOTAC mini 1060 6gb because it was a great deal and it fits into a PC enclosure plus I wanted to try NVIDIA for a change.
So far, i am impressed.
apart from this, the rest of my rigs are on AMD.

so how is your ZOTAC 1060 doing? what settings, what H/s? is it getting hot ue to 1 fan only design? thinking about gettine one for work PC Cheesy
270€ and 5 years of warranty

This card is good, only got one fan because they're short card, (about 60% lenght of a normal card) so the 1 fan design is enough to cool it.

i invite you to read from this message https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17449377#msg17449377

u'll get all your infos.

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January 13, 2017, 08:13:37 AM
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yeah but i don't like 2x8 or 6 pin card, because they require you to buy more cable that no psu have in default

EVGA 1600G2

Good PSU yes, but still, too powerful, too expensive, and don't have enough 8 pin cable to supply 6x2 8pin card (it has only 9 of them), i prefer to go dual-psu  Wink

Lots of kids hopping from AMD to Nvidia. Wonder what changed in the last two weeks.
pls don't call miners who have been in the business since 2009 - kids...thats not polite Cheesy

if someone would call me a kid, i would be pleased.  Grin
I got ZOTAC mini 1060 6gb because it was a great deal and it fits into a PC enclosure plus I wanted to try NVIDIA for a change.
So far, i am impressed.
apart from this, the rest of my rigs are on AMD.

so how is your ZOTAC 1060 doing? what settings, what H/s? is it getting hot ue to 1 fan only design? thinking about gettine one for work PC Cheesy
270€ and 5 years of warranty

This card is good, only got one fan because they're short card, (about 60% lenght of a normal card) so the 1 fan design is enough to cool it.

i invite you to read from this message https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17449377#msg17449377

u'll get all your infos.

yeah, as u said - we r stuck in a cruel dilemma Cheesy what to buy to be future proof. i am thinking of selling some AMD GPU's and going for GTX ones, but AMD is still very good for ETH and XMR. gonna be a hard time making a good decision.

made my 1070 run at 1920 mhz making 400 H/s @ 120 Watt. Still space for improvement tbh. will work on it on weekend.

btx thx for your input - appreciate it a lot
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January 13, 2017, 08:41:28 AM
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yeah, as u said - we r stuck in a cruel dilemma Cheesy what to buy to be future proof. i am thinking of selling some AMD GPU's and going for GTX ones, but AMD is still very good for ETH and XMR. gonna be a hard time making a good decision.

made my 1070 run at 1920 mhz making 400 H/s @ 120 Watt. Still space for improvement tbh. will work on it on weekend.

btx thx for your input - appreciate it a lot

Yeah it is indeed ahah, still pondering about what's my next move, good luck  Wink

By the way zotac and evga card are pretty good, and here for a few more euros i can get the evga ones that have 3 years warranty instead of the 2 years warranty of the zotac, so it'll probably be evga  Grin

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January 13, 2017, 08:46:35 AM
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yeah, as u said - we r stuck in a cruel dilemma Cheesy what to buy to be future proof. i am thinking of selling some AMD GPU's and going for GTX ones, but AMD is still very good for ETH and XMR. gonna be a hard time making a good decision.

made my 1070 run at 1920 mhz making 400 H/s @ 120 Watt. Still space for improvement tbh. will work on it on weekend.

btx thx for your input - appreciate it a lot

Yeah it is indeed ahah, still pondering about what's my next move, good luck  Wink

By the way zotac and evga card are pretty good, and here for a few more euros i can get the evga ones that have 3 years warranty instead of the 2 years warranty of the zotac, so it'll probably be evga  Grin

ZOTAC has 5 year extended warranty in DACH region , if you register the card 28 days after you bought it (yeah, normally 2 years) Cheesy thought 5 years are worldwide but just read through their policy and it differs from country to country so you need to read up if it is available in your place.
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January 13, 2017, 09:04:18 AM
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yeah, as u said - we r stuck in a cruel dilemma Cheesy what to buy to be future proof. i am thinking of selling some AMD GPU's and going for GTX ones, but AMD is still very good for ETH and XMR. gonna be a hard time making a good decision.

made my 1070 run at 1920 mhz making 400 H/s @ 120 Watt. Still space for improvement tbh. will work on it on weekend.

btx thx for your input - appreciate it a lot

Yeah it is indeed ahah, still pondering about what's my next move, good luck  Wink

By the way zotac and evga card are pretty good, and here for a few more euros i can get the evga ones that have 3 years warranty instead of the 2 years warranty of the zotac, so it'll probably be evga  Grin

ZOTAC has 5 year extended warranty in DACH region , if you register the card 28 days after you bought it (yeah, normally 2 years) Cheesy thought 5 years are worldwide but just read through their policy and it differs from country to country so you need to read up if it is available in your place.

You are correct i checked the zotac site, they say base warranty is 2 years, but if you register your product it'll be 5 years, thanks for this crucial info !! One thing to note though, it means you can't resell it after 2 years, because the registered warranty only concern you, not a 3rd party you would have sold the used card Smiley

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January 13, 2017, 09:10:22 AM
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You need that warranty I lost already 10 GTX 1080 AMP! and needed replacement because the fans are crappy. They fail after 2-3month.
I have already long RMA list at local distributor and ZOTAC is aware of the issue but don't change the fans.

Switched to ASUS STRIX and they are way cooler and better.

GTX 1080Ti rocks da house... seriously... this card is a beast³
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January 13, 2017, 09:13:10 AM
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yeah but i don't like 2x8 or 6 pin card, because they require you to buy more cable that no psu have in default

EVGA 1600G2

Good PSU yes, but still, too powerful, too expensive, and don't have enough 8 pin cable to supply 6x2 8pin card (it has only 9 of them), i prefer to go dual-psu  Wink

Lots of kids hopping from AMD to Nvidia. Wonder what changed in the last two weeks.
pls don't call miners who have been in the business since 2009 - kids...thats not polite Cheesy

if someone would call me a kid, i would be pleased.  Grin
I got ZOTAC mini 1060 6gb because it was a great deal and it fits into a PC enclosure plus I wanted to try NVIDIA for a change.
So far, i am impressed.
apart from this, the rest of my rigs are on AMD.

so how is your ZOTAC 1060 doing? what settings, what H/s? is it getting hot ue to 1 fan only design? thinking about gettine one for work PC Cheesy
270€ and 5 years of warranty

This card is good, only got one fan because they're short card, (about 60% lenght of a normal card) so the 1 fan design is enough to cool it.

i invite you to read from this message https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17449377#msg17449377

u'll get all your infos.

yeah, as u said - we r stuck in a cruel dilemma Cheesy what to buy to be future proof. i am thinking of selling some AMD GPU's and going for GTX ones, but AMD is still very good for ETH and XMR. gonna be a hard time making a good decision.

made my 1070 run at 1920 mhz making 400 H/s @ 120 Watt. Still space for improvement tbh. will work on it on weekend.

btx thx for your input - appreciate it a lot

1800/+400 core and the mem give me 400/416 peak at 110 watt only
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January 13, 2017, 10:14:46 AM
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I bet you were in business before BTC was profitable to mine. Literally cost more power then you could get out of the coin until '13 and was a hobby for most people.

That aside, funny that so many of you are hopping ship from AMD. It's like you missed the memo about efficiency two years ago. Highly suspect eth-babies.

Why pick a side when you can run both, even on the same rig?  Variety is the spice of life and it never hurts to diversify.  I do agree though with your ETH-babies theory.  

Mix/matching in the same rig can cause problems with miners, which I'm sure you'll eventually run into. You can mix match rigs though.

More of just tongue and cheek to all the AMD miners hating on Nvidia months ago.

You need that warranty I lost already 10 GTX 1080 AMP! and needed replacement because the fans are crappy. They fail after 2-3month.
I have already long RMA list at local distributor and ZOTAC is aware of the issue but don't change the fans.

Switched to ASUS STRIX and they are way cooler and better.

Guessing you had the two fan model?

I buy private Nvidia miners. Send information and/or inquiries to my PM box.
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January 13, 2017, 10:18:39 AM
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I never had a mixed cards issue since I started. I even mined with amd and nvidia on the same rig. And with different miners on some cards, etc. All ok.
I guess it might have to do with drivers and OS, though.

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January 13, 2017, 10:21:19 AM
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I never had a mixed cards issue since I started. I even mined with amd and nvidia on the same rig. And with different miners on some cards, etc. All ok.
I guess it might have to do with drivers and OS, though.

I'm sure you've ran into scenarios where you have to run multiple miners instead of just one. Most basic compatibility issue.

I buy private Nvidia miners. Send information and/or inquiries to my PM box.
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January 13, 2017, 10:22:37 AM
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You need that warranty I lost already 10 GTX 1080 AMP! and needed replacement because the fans are crappy. They fail after 2-3month.
I have already long RMA list at local distributor and ZOTAC is aware of the issue but don't change the fans.

Switched to ASUS STRIX and they are way cooler and better.

Oh thx for your feedback, very useful, i'll go with EVGA if i do some 1060 rig then, im very happy with their 1070.

Isn't the amp version the one with 2 fans ? have you tried the normal 1 fan version just for info if you encountered the same issues.

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January 13, 2017, 10:23:44 AM
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I never had a mixed cards issue since I started. I even mined with amd and nvidia on the same rig. And with different miners on some cards, etc. All ok.
I guess it might have to do with drivers and OS, though.

I'm sure you've ran into scenarios where you have to run multiple miners instead of just one. Most basic compatibility issue.

I run multiple miners only when I need to: different algos, for example. Not 'cause of issues.

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January 13, 2017, 11:47:22 AM
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I never had a mixed cards issue since I started. I even mined with amd and nvidia on the same rig. And with different miners on some cards, etc. All ok.
I guess it might have to do with drivers and OS, though.

I'm sure you've ran into scenarios where you have to run multiple miners instead of just one. Most basic compatibility issue.

I run multiple miners only when I need to: different algos, for example. Not 'cause of issues.

So the bug with Claymore and Genoil's miners for Eth where you couldn't mine in mixed systems never plagued you? You had to run two instances, one for each OCL and Cuda. This is the most recent scenario of this I can think of.

Right off the bat EWBF doesn't support AMD mining for instance, so you'll need to run EWBF and Claymore. Not really a bug, but doesn't support multiple systems.

I buy private Nvidia miners. Send information and/or inquiries to my PM box.
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January 13, 2017, 11:52:17 AM
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I never had a mixed cards issue since I started. I even mined with amd and nvidia on the same rig. And with different miners on some cards, etc. All ok.
I guess it might have to do with drivers and OS, though.

I'm sure you've ran into scenarios where you have to run multiple miners instead of just one. Most basic compatibility issue.

I run multiple miners only when I need to: different algos, for example. Not 'cause of issues.

So the bug with Claymore and Genoil's miners for Eth where you couldn't mine in mixed systems never plagued you? You had to run two instances, one for each OCL and Cuda.

I never used claymore miners. I actually mined with fee miners very very little. And i mined ethereum very little, just a couple days.
Now that you make me think of it, I had to run multiple instances of a miner when I solo-mined SIA, at the beginning. But that was a limitation of the miner and had nothing to do with the cards or the system, and it was quickly fixed.

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January 13, 2017, 11:54:23 AM
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I bet you were in business before BTC was profitable to mine. Literally cost more power then you could get out of the coin until '13 and was a hobby for most people.

That aside, funny that so many of you are hopping ship from AMD. It's like you missed the memo about efficiency two years ago. Highly suspect eth-babies.

Why pick a side when you can run both, even on the same rig?  Variety is the spice of life and it never hurts to diversify.  I do agree though with your ETH-babies theory.  

Mix/matching in the same rig can cause problems with miners, which I'm sure you'll eventually run into. You can mix match rigs though.

More of just tongue and cheek to all the AMD miners hating on Nvidia months ago.

You need that warranty I lost already 10 GTX 1080 AMP! and needed replacement because the fans are crappy. They fail after 2-3month.
I have already long RMA list at local distributor and ZOTAC is aware of the issue but don't change the fans.

Switched to ASUS STRIX and they are way cooler and better.

Guessing you had the two fan model?

I wrote AMP! not AMP! Extreme so yes it implied 2 Fan version. Also the Extreme with 3 Fans are failing hard as I heard form the distributor.The RMA Rates here in Austria at 60% on Zotac AMP! and AMP! Extreme. they stopped selling them

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January 13, 2017, 11:59:29 AM
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I bet you were in business before BTC was profitable to mine. Literally cost more power then you could get out of the coin until '13 and was a hobby for most people.

That aside, funny that so many of you are hopping ship from AMD. It's like you missed the memo about efficiency two years ago. Highly suspect eth-babies.

Why pick a side when you can run both, even on the same rig?  Variety is the spice of life and it never hurts to diversify.  I do agree though with your ETH-babies theory.  

Mix/matching in the same rig can cause problems with miners, which I'm sure you'll eventually run into. You can mix match rigs though.

More of just tongue and cheek to all the AMD miners hating on Nvidia months ago.

You need that warranty I lost already 10 GTX 1080 AMP! and needed replacement because the fans are crappy. They fail after 2-3month.
I have already long RMA list at local distributor and ZOTAC is aware of the issue but don't change the fans.

Switched to ASUS STRIX and they are way cooler and better.

Guessing you had the two fan model?

I wrote AMP! not AMP! Extreme so yes it implied 2 Fan version. Also the Extreme with 3 Fans are failing hard as I heard form the distributor.The RMA Rates here in Austria at 60% on Zotac AMP! and AMP! Extreme. they stopped selling them

Danke für this information. Was thinking about buying ZOTAC but now seems EVGA could be a better choice. Was looking on GTX 1060 Single Fan
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January 13, 2017, 12:07:17 PM
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I wrote AMP! not AMP! Extreme so yes it implied 2 Fan version. Also the Extreme with 3 Fans are failing hard as I heard form the distributor.The RMA Rates here in Austria at 60% on Zotac AMP! and AMP! Extreme. they stopped selling them

Danke für this information. Was thinking about buying ZOTAC but now seems EVGA could be a better choice. Was looking on GTX 1060 Single Fan

Thanks for feedback man, i will go EVGA too then  Wink, it was 90% decided already, but you only confirm it 100%  Grin too bad thought, 5y RMA is very nice.

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I wrote AMP! not AMP! Extreme so yes it implied 2 Fan version. Also the Extreme with 3 Fans are failing hard as I heard form the distributor.The RMA Rates here in Austria at 60% on Zotac AMP! and AMP! Extreme. they stopped selling them

Danke für this information. Was thinking about buying ZOTAC but now seems EVGA could be a better choice. Was looking on GTX 1060 Single Fan

Thanks for feedback man, i will go EVGA too then  Wink, it was 90% decided already, but you only confirm it 100%  Grin too bad thought, 5y RMA is very nice.

5years if you hassle with Zotac support you need 10years. Even I send them all video and they already had everything in their database they reuqested it over and over again unwilling to process the RMAs. So the distributor escalated this and recall the GTx1080 AMP! and pay back the buying price or exchange for other cards. Zotac Germany HQ also aware of issues but unable to do anything before the main HQ gives ack. So I have already 10 failed and of 3 RMA they also failed across various productions lines from 162xxxx to 165xxx serials.

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Owning by now 18x GTX1080Ti :-D @serious love of efficiency
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January 13, 2017, 01:13:49 PM
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I wrote AMP! not AMP! Extreme so yes it implied 2 Fan version. Also the Extreme with 3 Fans are failing hard as I heard form the distributor.The RMA Rates here in Austria at 60% on Zotac AMP! and AMP! Extreme. they stopped selling them

Danke für this information. Was thinking about buying ZOTAC but now seems EVGA could be a better choice. Was looking on GTX 1060 Single Fan

Thanks for feedback man, i will go EVGA too then  Wink, it was 90% decided already, but you only confirm it 100%  Grin too bad thought, 5y RMA is very nice.

5years if you hassle with Zotac support you need 10years. Even I send them all video and they already had everything in their database they reuqested it over and over again unwilling to process the RMAs. So the distributor escalated this and recall the GTx1080 AMP! and pay back the buying price or exchange for other cards. Zotac Germany HQ also aware of issues but unable to do anything before the main HQ gives ack. So I have already 10 failed and of 3 RMA they also failed across various productions lines from 162xxxx to 165xxx serials.

Ah yeah i can see bad experiencs Sad, will go for EVGA then, thx for the warnings !

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I wrote AMP! not AMP! Extreme so yes it implied 2 Fan version. Also the Extreme with 3 Fans are failing hard as I heard form the distributor.The RMA Rates here in Austria at 60% on Zotac AMP! and AMP! Extreme. they stopped selling them

Danke für this information. Was thinking about buying ZOTAC but now seems EVGA could be a better choice. Was looking on GTX 1060 Single Fan

Thanks for feedback man, i will go EVGA too then  Wink, it was 90% decided already, but you only confirm it 100%  Grin too bad thought, 5y RMA is very nice.

5years if you hassle with Zotac support you need 10years. Even I send them all video and they already had everything in their database they reuqested it over and over again unwilling to process the RMAs. So the distributor escalated this and recall the GTx1080 AMP! and pay back the buying price or exchange for other cards. Zotac Germany HQ also aware of issues but unable to do anything before the main HQ gives ack. So I have already 10 failed and of 3 RMA they also failed across various productions lines from 162xxxx to 165xxx serials.

Ah yeah i can see bad experiencs Sad, will go for EVGA then, thx for the warnings !

So I ended up with Asus Strix GTX1080 A8G - a lot better - also plenty space of cooling for summer :-D During mining with oc they stay at good 50°C at 70% Fan. I really love them - Going to replace the rest of my Zotac GTX1080 AMP! in my farm with ASUS

GTX 1080Ti rocks da house... seriously... this card is a beast³
Owning by now 18x GTX1080Ti :-D @serious love of efficiency
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