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January 18, 2017, 09:11:39 AM
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6x1060 Palit 3GB +150/+650
ver 0.1.0b - 1670
ver 0.2.0b - 1540

seems like big difference to me
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January 18, 2017, 09:16:40 AM
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Hey,

Ok so my 10 rigs are like so

6 x EVGA geforce GTX 1070 FTW Gaming ACX 3.0 - 8 GB (2x8pin power)
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EVGA 1070 FTW not good choise for mining.
I used same card for 4 monthes and they are nearly fired.
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January 18, 2017, 09:26:30 AM
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choosing 2 x 750w cost more than a single 1000watt, like 33% more, yeah you get the cables but i don't think it's worth it anyway...

with 1000watt i can run 6 x 1070


Depend on the price you get, i got those psu in bulk for 75€ each, that's 150€ for 1500w of power, no need to add either 30/40€ of additionnal cabling to power everything, as i have 2x8pin gpu's it added fast.

1000w psu, when i was building those seemed to me a little too low, because i didn't knew @ the time @ how much TDP i would run them (pascal card were kinda rare in mining, so not much infos), 1000w even @ 60% that's 83% load, you lose efficiency after 50% load on a psu (about 3-5% after 50% until 80-90% depending on PSU) so the idea was to get at least 1200/1300w psu that are bare minimum 250€ here, and it would still need added cabling for an additionnal 25/30€.

EVGA 1000W is 160€ here, there is cheaper alternative @120€ like lepa, but i didn't wanted to use subpar psu to save a few bucks. Also taking the risk that 1000w would over time cost me more because of the lost efficiency (3-5% per rig that add up fast) and also give me no alternatives if i needed more power or adding one more card. Also risking electrical stability overloading specific psu rails. so 150€ worth of psu, no added cabling (aside from the 5€ psu link), stability and such, seemed @ the time, a pretty good idea, and i still think i did the right choice, to keep the cost low. And i had so far 0 hardware issue across 10 rigs (burned cable, gpu issue, and so on)

For different people, depending on their country, their own situation, electricity cost & all, things could be different, just giving out my experience, calculations and thinkings @ that time, not saying people should do the same.


EVGA 1070 FTW not good choise for mining.
I used same card for 4 monthes and they are nearly fired.

Well so far 60 cards, rock stable. so crossing finger Smiley

How the --log option works? How should i add it to make a logfile.txt for example?

Use miner --help, you will see the log option, for now you can't choose a log name, only log level, that will create a miner.log.

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January 18, 2017, 09:32:24 AM
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6x1060 Palit 3GB +150/+650
ver 0.1.0b - 1670
ver 0.2.0b - 1540

seems like big difference to me
try to change solver
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January 18, 2017, 09:46:08 AM
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MSI gtx970 4gb doing -- 269 sol/s

Just as good as my AMD XFX rx480 on the claymore miner.
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January 18, 2017, 10:09:50 AM
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Nice job EWBF! Tx  Grin
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January 18, 2017, 10:22:18 AM
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choosing 2 x 750w cost more than a single 1000watt, like 33% more, yeah you get the cables but i don't think it's worth it anyway...

with 1000watt i can run 6 x 1070


Depend on the price you get, i got those psu in bulk for 75€ each, that's 150€ for 1500w of power, no need to add either 30/40€ of additionnal cabling to power everything, as i have 2x8pin gpu's it added fast.

1000w psu, when i was building those seemed to me a little too low, because i didn't knew @ the time @ how much TDP i would run them (pascal card were kinda rare in mining, so not much infos), 1000w even @ 60% that's 83% load, you lose efficiency after 50% load on a psu (about 3-5% after 50% until 80-90% depending on PSU) so the idea was to get at least 1200/1300w psu that are bare minimum 250€ here, and it would still need added cabling for an additionnal 25/30€.

EVGA 1000W is 160€ here, there is cheaper alternative @120€ like lepa, but i didn't wanted to use subpar psu to save a few bucks. Also taking the risk that 1000w would over time cost me more because of the lost efficiency (3-5% per rig that add up fast) and also give me no alternatives if i needed more power or adding one more card. Also risking electrical stability overloading specific psu rails. so 150€ worth of psu, no added cabling (aside from the 5€ psu link), stability and such, seemed @ the time, a pretty good idea, and i still think i did the right choice, to keep the cost low. And i had so far 0 hardware issue across 10 rigs (burned cable, gpu issue, and so on)

For different people, depending on their country, their own situation, electricity cost & all, things could be different, just giving out my experience, calculations and thinkings @ that time, not saying people should do the same.

as usual it's about living in different country, i can't find your psu for 75 euro, they are at 120 each
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January 18, 2017, 10:33:31 AM
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choosing 2 x 750w cost more than a single 1000watt, like 33% more, yeah you get the cables but i don't think it's worth it anyway...

with 1000watt i can run 6 x 1070


Depend on the price you get, i got those psu in bulk for 75€ each, that's 150€ for 1500w of power, no need to add either 30/40€ of additionnal cabling to power everything, as i have 2x8pin gpu's it added fast.

1000w psu, when i was building those seemed to me a little too low, because i didn't knew @ the time @ how much TDP i would run them (pascal card were kinda rare in mining, so not much infos), 1000w even @ 60% that's 83% load, you lose efficiency after 50% load on a psu (about 3-5% after 50% until 80-90% depending on PSU) so the idea was to get at least 1200/1300w psu that are bare minimum 250€ here, and it would still need added cabling for an additionnal 25/30€.

EVGA 1000W is 160€ here, there is cheaper alternative @120€ like lepa, but i didn't wanted to use subpar psu to save a few bucks. Also taking the risk that 1000w would over time cost me more because of the lost efficiency (3-5% per rig that add up fast) and also give me no alternatives if i needed more power or adding one more card. Also risking electrical stability overloading specific psu rails. so 150€ worth of psu, no added cabling (aside from the 5€ psu link), stability and such, seemed @ the time, a pretty good idea, and i still think i did the right choice, to keep the cost low. And i had so far 0 hardware issue across 10 rigs (burned cable, gpu issue, and so on)

For different people, depending on their country, their own situation, electricity cost & all, things could be different, just giving out my experience, calculations and thinkings @ that time, not saying people should do the same.

as usual it's about living in different country, i can't find your psu for 75 euro, they are at 120 each

For me the sweetspot I have found is 550/650W + 450W PSU to be the cheapest. Also enough for (3+3 gtx 1070).
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January 18, 2017, 10:57:54 AM
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250sols with v2.0b with stock 970.
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January 18, 2017, 01:20:57 PM
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as usual it's about living in different country, i can't find your psu for 75 euro, they are at 120 each

Yeah that's why i build them like this, i got a bargain on the PSU, and also on the GPU's, allowed me to build each rig for 2.6k€ cost instead of easy 3.1/3.2k€, if i didn't had those, i would have approached things differently no doubts.

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January 18, 2017, 02:49:27 PM
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Hey,

Ok so my 10 rigs are like so

6 x EVGA geforce GTX 1070 FTW Gaming ACX 3.0 - 8 GB (2x8pin power)
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EVGA 1070 FTW not good choise for mining.
I used same card for 4 monthes and they are nearly fired.
I not agree with you. For me, work phenomenal. It is almost noiseless working on a max OC.
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January 18, 2017, 02:51:51 PM
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Hey,

Ok so my 10 rigs are like so

6 x EVGA geforce GTX 1070 FTW Gaming ACX 3.0 - 8 GB (2x8pin power)
....


EVGA 1070 FTW not good choise for mining.
I used same card for 4 monthes and they are nearly fired.
I not agree with you. For me, work phenomenal. It is almost noiseless working on a max OC.

Im also very happy with them, very low noise, stable, good OC, nice cooling. Nothing else to say about them, than "Great!", cheers buddy  Cool

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January 18, 2017, 04:04:55 PM
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Hey,

Ok so my 10 rigs are like so

6 x EVGA geforce GTX 1070 FTW Gaming ACX 3.0 - 8 GB (2x8pin power)
....


EVGA 1070 FTW not good choise for mining.
I used same card for 4 monthes and they are nearly fired.
I not agree with you. For me, work phenomenal. It is almost noiseless working on a max OC.

You're going to have a lot of fun when approaching max TDP. Specifically over 100% as their TDP is higher then most cards anyway (220w).

I don't think people realize Equihash is actually one of the less stressful algos, especially when people reduce their TDPs. Moar eth-babies. ~_~

I buy private Nvidia miners. Send information and/or inquiries to my PM box.
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January 18, 2017, 05:22:36 PM
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im cuda 2.1 mobile gpu user,all solvers working,but 3.solver was fastest.
also im sorry for asking improvement for cuda 2.1 cards,that was wrong.

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January 18, 2017, 06:44:06 PM
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Great! Thank you!

2x1070, 2x970

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January 18, 2017, 07:02:24 PM
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Hi Nvidia miners, the version 0.2.0b is now supported in my monitoring tool.
Thanks EWBF for the help with log file.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1448855.msg17546050#msg17546050
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Shot in the dark here but any chance anyone with multiple rigs would be willing to share total hash rate from all rigs and could verify zcl per hour mainly with EWBF miner.  I am entertaining the idea of making an investment for 6 rigs with all gtx 1070's and would like confirmation.  By no means did I do it to make money but I have tested a cloud miner for 5 hours that gives 20k hash rates for my zcl pool and it looks like I might be able to at least get 2 or more zcl an hour.  At the rate now of 1$ per zcl I could do 48$ a day, 336$ a week, 1,344$ a month, 16,128$ a year.  zcl profit calculator shows a bit more http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/zclassic-mining-calculator/?h=18000.00&p=7200.00&pc=0.05&pf=0.00&d=40762.96375668&r=12.50000000&er=0.00121000&btcer=878.08000000&hc=0.00

After the first year it would be pure profit, and I know if it goes down from 1$ I might lose money but there is a chance of gain.  If by the remote chance it makes it to 2$ a zcl I could ROI in half the time and still make close to 16k in 6 or so months.  Could be more depending on where it goes. 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Shot in the dark here but any chance anyone with multiple rigs would be willing to share total hash rate from all rigs and could verify zcl per hour mainly with EWBF miner.  I am entertaining the idea of making an investment for 6 rigs with all gtx 1070's and would like confirmation.  By no means did I do it to make money but I have tested a cloud miner for 5 hours that gives 20k hash rates for my zcl pool and it looks like I might be able to at least get 2 or more zcl an hour.  At the rate now of 1$ per zcl I could do 48$ a day, 336$ a week, 1,344$ a month, 16,128$ a year.  zcl profit calculator shows a bit more http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/zclassic-mining-calculator/?h=18000.00&p=7200.00&pc=0.05&pf=0.00&d=40762.96375668&r=12.50000000&er=0.00121000&btcer=878.08000000&hc=0.00

After the first year it would be pure profit, and I know if it goes down from 1$ I might lose money but there is a chance of gain.  If by the remote chance it makes it to 2$ a zcl I could ROI in half the time and still make close to 16k in 6 or so months.  Could be more depending on where it goes. 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

No problem with ewbf across 10 rigs of 6x GTX 1070, good stability, no crash @ all, running on average 2640sols/s per rig.
But when doing calculation especially on forks & such, don't count making the same all the time, expect the unexpected, that said, GPU mining except if you have insane electricity cost, will always be profitable even if your profit aren't that good, you WILL ROI, but it could take shorter or longer time depending how you do it.

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January 18, 2017, 07:39:25 PM
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Also, if price goes 2x you will half the ROI time only if your have enough amount already mined/accumulated.
Hope that makes sense.
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January 18, 2017, 11:05:21 PM
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Hi i'm seeing some crazy mining speeds when using this with my GTX 970 G1 gaming. Normally i mine at around 310sol/s but now i'm seeing 2100, 1600 and 1100 sol/s very frequently in the miner with the new 0.2.0 version. Is it just a bug with the miner or something more Serious?

http://i.imgur.com/YfhQZGd.png

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