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March 04, 2017, 08:55:07 AM
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wtf, how are you guys getting 120w with 1070, no matter what I try, I cant get that low of a reading (at wall).
My comp idles at around 80w, (1070 and 970). I use MSI afterburner, I have to cut power to -50% for both cards to get around 300w total consumption,
which is around 100w per card, then sols are at just 530 vs. 700+ with full OC (0.3.0b).

I found a sweet spot @ 650 sols and 380w @ wall, but still I cant get near your power consumption numbers...




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March 04, 2017, 09:35:59 AM
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Using KFA2 1070 and cant go over 375sols with any OC. Currently running 375sols @ 1850core 3800mem undervolted heavily. Can some one guide me with this using MSI afterburner?
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March 04, 2017, 10:02:46 AM
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Using KFA2 1070 and cant go over 375sols with any OC. Currently running 375sols @ 1850core 3800mem undervolted heavily. Can some one guide me with this using MSI afterburner?

Your mem is too low and it has significant impact on Zcash. Overclock it.-
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March 04, 2017, 10:52:16 AM
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Using KFA2 1070 and cant go over 375sols with any OC. Currently running 375sols @ 1850core 3800mem undervolted heavily. Can some one guide me with this using MSI afterburner?

I have the same card, and I have currently roughly your settings, buy my mem clock is around 4000, I'm getting 400 sols out of it.
Up the mem.

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March 04, 2017, 11:06:27 AM
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Using KFA2 1070 and cant go over 375sols with any OC. Currently running 375sols @ 1850core 3800mem undervolted heavily. Can some one guide me with this using MSI afterburner?

I have the same card, and I have currently roughly your settings, buy my mem clock is around 4000, I'm getting 400 sols out of it.
Up the mem.

Weird thing is, if I set only power limit to 75% with core 1800, mem 4300 it stays around 430 sols. To undervolt using MSI curve editor using same clocks but only lower fixed voltage it backs down to 375 sols. How can i undervolt that damn thing to stay @ 430 sols ?
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March 04, 2017, 12:13:24 PM
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Using KFA2 1070 and cant go over 375sols with any OC. Currently running 375sols @ 1850core 3800mem undervolted heavily. Can some one guide me with this using MSI afterburner?

I have the same card, and I have currently roughly your settings, buy my mem clock is around 4000, I'm getting 400 sols out of it.
Up the mem.

Weird thing is, if I set only power limit to 75% with core 1800, mem 4300 it stays around 430 sols. To undervolt using MSI curve editor using same clocks but only lower fixed voltage it backs down to 375 sols. How can i undervolt that damn thing to stay @ 430 sols ?

I didnt fiddle with the curve, tbh. There is a guide over at crypto mining blog, but I must admit there are some weird stuff going on with both of my cards.
KFA2 cant keep the OC, if I push it to 2050+ generally it resets to 1518 after a few hours, and with gigabyte 970, I cant OC the memory clock not one bit - it just resets it to stock value immediately. Strange indeed.




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March 04, 2017, 02:35:00 PM
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Looks like we have a new winner EWBF. (English Bowling Federation)  Grin



(what about the W) Smiley W for winner..   : ) 

You better watch your mouth with your non-topic comment otherwise you will suffer the wrath of ioglnx  Cry

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March 04, 2017, 07:49:39 PM
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Looks like we have a new winner EWBF. (English Bowling Federation)  Grin



(what about the W) Smiley W for winner..   : )  

You better watch your mouth with your non-topic comment otherwise you will suffer the wrath of ioglnx  Cry

Well looks like someone couldn't get over the pain of being counted ...many cases sp_ is giving more useful comments than you did in the past not to mention the post above this.

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March 04, 2017, 08:12:45 PM
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I assumed that NiceHash would keep up with their GUI miner and I was thrown off by the reported hash rate for a 1070 stated in the OP

I am getting 470-475 Sol/sec average on one of my 2 1070's and this is the crappy one at that



I would usually flip between NiceHash ZEC and EWBF ZCL for holding based on when the NiceHash exchange rate is within normal mining profitability or when they are shorting me in the earnings projection on the GUI. Thing is I can't make EWBF miner read in the NiceHash GUI if I were to use this for ZEC dumping

Seems like by calculations I make 2 dollars a month more by using EWBF even after factoring both the dev fee and the pool/exchange fee.
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March 04, 2017, 08:46:39 PM
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Looks like we have a new winner EWBF. (English Bowling Federation)  Grin



(what about the W) Smiley W for winner..   : )  

You better watch your mouth with your non-topic comment otherwise you will suffer the wrath of ioglnx  Cry

Well looks like someone couldn't get over the pain of being counted ...many cases sp_ is giving more useful comments than you did in the past not to mention the post above this.

Heil to you Mr. Hitler

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March 04, 2017, 10:55:42 PM
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I assumed that NiceHash would keep up with their GUI miner and I was thrown off by the reported hash rate for a 1070 stated in the OP

I am getting 470-475 Sol/sec average on one of my 2 1070's and this is the crappy one at that



I would usually flip between NiceHash ZEC and EWBF ZCL for holding based on when the NiceHash exchange rate is within normal mining profitability or when they are shorting me in the earnings projection on the GUI. Thing is I can't make EWBF miner read in the NiceHash GUI if I were to use this for ZEC dumping

Seems like by calculations I make 2 dollars a month more by using EWBF even after factoring both the dev fee and the pool/exchange fee.


Wth, how are you getting 470+ on 1070?
Which brand do you have? Which settings? I can get like 420-430 at most with my KFA2 card.

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March 04, 2017, 10:59:11 PM
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For anyone interested, pimpOS has an nvidia release that uses EWBF as 1 of the miner options.  I had to do some tweaking to get OC settings to start on bootup but working great out of the box. 
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I assumed that NiceHash would keep up with their GUI miner and I was thrown off by the reported hash rate for a 1070 stated in the OP

I am getting 470-475 Sol/sec average on one of my 2 1070's and this is the crappy one at that



I would usually flip between NiceHash ZEC and EWBF ZCL for holding based on when the NiceHash exchange rate is within normal mining profitability or when they are shorting me in the earnings projection on the GUI. Thing is I can't make EWBF miner read in the NiceHash GUI if I were to use this for ZEC dumping

Seems like by calculations I make 2 dollars a month more by using EWBF even after factoring both the dev fee and the pool/exchange fee.


Wth, how are you getting 470+ on 1070?
Which brand do you have? Which settings? I can get like 420-430 at most with my KFA2 card.

MSI GTX 1070  465 S/s core +245 mem +490
                     445 S/s if i reduce power to 60 %

I think the KFA2 is already maxed OCed out of the box. Just my opinion.

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March 04, 2017, 11:01:23 PM
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I assumed that NiceHash would keep up with their GUI miner and I was thrown off by the reported hash rate for a 1070 stated in the OP

I am getting 470-475 Sol/sec average on one of my 2 1070's and this is the crappy one at that



I would usually flip between NiceHash ZEC and EWBF ZCL for holding based on when the NiceHash exchange rate is within normal mining profitability or when they are shorting me in the earnings projection on the GUI. Thing is I can't make EWBF miner read in the NiceHash GUI if I were to use this for ZEC dumping

Seems like by calculations I make 2 dollars a month more by using EWBF even after factoring both the dev fee and the pool/exchange fee.


Wth, how are you getting 470+ on 1070?
Which brand do you have? Which settings? I can get like 420-430 at most with my KFA2 card.

G1 Gaming 1070 (samsung mem)= default everything 100% tdp= 456sols

G1 Gaming 1070 (samsung mem)= +155 core +595 mem -30% tdp (112watts) = 437sols

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For anyone interested, pimpOS has an nvidia release that uses EWBF as 1 of the miner options.  I had to do some tweaking to get OC settings to start on bootup but working great out of the box. 
Yep that OS is promising.

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Interesting guys, I got it cheaply, but still I see more trusted brands are getting more hash rate.

PS, I'm getting MSI rx 480 8gb, gaming X, I know AMD's are weaker on Zcash - but by how much approx?
I found only old data online.

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March 05, 2017, 03:42:39 AM
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I assumed that NiceHash would keep up with their GUI miner and I was thrown off by the reported hash rate for a 1070 stated in the OP

I am getting 470-475 Sol/sec average on one of my 2 1070's and this is the crappy one at that



I would usually flip between NiceHash ZEC and EWBF ZCL for holding based on when the NiceHash exchange rate is within normal mining profitability or when they are shorting me in the earnings projection on the GUI. Thing is I can't make EWBF miner read in the NiceHash GUI if I were to use this for ZEC dumping

Seems like by calculations I make 2 dollars a month more by using EWBF even after factoring both the dev fee and the pool/exchange fee.


Wth, how are you getting 470+ on 1070?
Which brand do you have? Which settings? I can get like 420-430 at most with my KFA2 card.

It's a 1070 FTW purchased a week before that iCX cooler and FTW2 edition got released (I bought at a bad time no special sale even) that ranges from 460 to 480 Sol/s at 1999-2020mhz core and just +575 on memory

This is actually high?

I need to test my other one that clocks way higher. I am setting up that computer now for it


I can't get this to mine for NiceHash so I am only mining and holding ZCL for now. Is the file in the miner meant for NiceHash pool for actually mining ZEC and needs a ZEC address?



edit: my other one that hits 2126 and even 2150mhz stable on OV with Samsung memory is making 490 Sol/s without OV

edit2: when putting the power limit to 50% this does not get me any more than the NiceHash GUI miner. Seems like EWBF only nets me more SOL/s when the power target is normal or all the way up.
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March 05, 2017, 04:45:50 AM
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single gtx1070 palit gamerock (micron) with super jetstream bios - 480-490 sol/s ewbf 0.3.1b
downvolting&overclocking via afterburner curve
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single gtx1070 palit gamerock (micron) with super jetstream bios - 480-490 sol/s ewbf 0.3.1b
downvolting&overclocking via afterburner curve


The average of the reported Sol/s is 478

You should set the fans higher to drop the temps to 55c it will up your OC to 2100mhz since Pascal cards throttle under heat
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March 05, 2017, 08:33:12 AM
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I never pushed memory clock that much, I'll give it a try,
but guys how much power are your cards sucking at this extreme OC?

I optimised it now to around 410 sols, and the whole system with 2 cards is sucking 370W, which is a great success (at extreme overclock, it used to suck up to 500W for me).
I can reach a stable 2100 core clock, but it just sucks way too much power...

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