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February 13, 2017, 06:56:13 AM
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lbry i still believe in the pump, it can't be that investors bought all the way down without reason

i mined zcoin when it shifted to the new fork for changing the algo and it was good for the first 3 hours or so, very profitable now on par with the others

What client / settings do you recommend for lbry?

you mean miner? i'm using the ccminer 1.8.4

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February 13, 2017, 07:00:47 AM
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lbry i still believe in the pump, it can't be that investors bought all the way down without reason

i mined zcoin when it shifted to the new fork for changing the algo and it was good for the first 3 hours or so, very profitable now on par with the others

What client / settings do you recommend for lbry?

you mean miner? i'm using the ccminer 1.8.4

guess he didn't read the link i gave to yun's topic....

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guess he didn't read the link i gave to yun's topic....

m1n1ngP4d4w4n I always read threads from the beginning.  I've been very busy lately; eventually (probably later today) I will read through it and consider your posts.

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Coin Daily Revenue Hourly Revenue Daily Profit Hourly Profit
Sibcoin 13.79308575 0.574711906 11.04642404 0.460267668
LBRY 10.45417134 0.435590472 7.426730858 0.309447119
Zcash 9.911366752 0.412973602 6.727608023 0.280316989
Vertcoin 8.45559193 0.35231633 5.519880092 0.229995004
Ethereum 7.4541774 0.310590725 4.6465894 0.193607892
Zclassic 7.669174892 0.319548953 4.55223348 0.189676394
Pascalcoin 7.152036596 0.298001522 4.19211623 0.174671507
Feathercoin 6.448117788 0.268671574 3.552555432 0.148023143

I do almost exactly the same thing as you; go figure.  I want to do alot more with the data; but I want to do a lot of things, and I haven't gotten to it yet.


1) well i don't have alot of experience with other brand, but EVGA is very well liked, and overall my 60x gpu's i hadn't had an issue so far. They're rock stable and pretty cool (as in temps :p), other good ones i heard was ZOTAC and ASUS, heard nothing but bad things about msi's ones, kinda mixed reviews on ZOTAC's too depending of the model (AMP' edition seems to be bad reviews)

With pascal I use ZOTAC mini 1070's, ZOTAC amp 1060 6gb's, EVGA 1060 SC 6gb's, and EVGA 1050ti SC's.  The mini 1070's aren't as good as an EVGA FTW, but they are probably better in terms of $/hash.  I also think they will be easier to resell later as many gamer's use ridiculously small cases that full size cards cant fit into.

2-3) Depend of the algo, ZEC, is more core dependent that memory intensive, i run them @ 150/595 TDP 60% (that's about 112w @ nvidia-smi (6x card rig is 830w@wall)) for about 2630s/sec with EWBF 0.2.0b, pascal coin run the same OC/TDP for about 5900Mh/sec with excavator 0.1.0b. For ETH that is completely memory dependent i run -400/795 with latest claymore 7.4 (solo mining, dual wasn't very good at that time) for about 202Mh/s, but it hasn't been profitable for weeks (about 5$ a day for a rig against other algos that vary between 8$ to 12$ per rig), other alternative algos is lbry (+150/-500 - 1745Mh/s - CCMINER Tuprot 1.8.4), FTC Neoscrypt - 6700Mhs - same OC as zcash - KlausT ccminer 8.05. For XMR it hasn't been profitable at all on 1070 for a very long time (a few months) so i don't have lots of datas, i seems to remember it was same type as OS of Zcash, and i was using a special ccminer cryptonight from KlausT. Overall i use a 60% TDP (about 112w) i found it to be the sweet spot profit/revenue with my previous electricity cost, i may correct it to 66% with my new electricity price, but i have to do more testing Smiley

I agree with this for ZEC.  I never mined FTC, XMR or LBRY with pascal so I have no reference there; good to have some data.  With ETC/ETH; claymore 7.4 for windows I could get 33mh/s each ( mini's can only do -200 ) but I would always have to start the mining instance before applying the memory oc.  The linux 7.4 is not as good and I could only ever get ~30mh/s each.

With my mini's their default clocks are lower than the FTW so some of offsets I use are different, they can do ~2625 sol/s with full power and ~2550 sol/s with 830 watts, so not quite as good as FTW's.  However, you can get them for $370 which is alot cheaper than the $469 that the FTW2 costs now (the FTW is discontinued).  I also haven't spent the time to optimize the voltages, so there is some small room for improvement with the mini's.






i run w10 enterprise just because it was faster to setup.

I disagree, I can clone an ssd to another ssd in ~2 minutes, or an ssd to usb in ~10 minutes.  

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