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February 08, 2017, 01:16:32 AM
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Hey guys just getting started here currently running 333Mh/s and earning nothing (as expected, only experimenting), but I was wondering how much I could expect running about 180-200Gh/s on Slush Pool?

I found an antminer s1 for about 20-30$ and those run at 180-200gh/s so I wanted to know what you guys would expect at that speed?

Thanks a ton and sorry if i'm asking an obvious question!
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February 08, 2017, 01:21:09 AM
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I'm not going to be a buzzkill but you might want to reconsider what you are doing because electricity costs will change your mind anyways, just a heads up.


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February 08, 2017, 04:22:03 AM
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if your power is free.  if you have a good enough psu already.

that gear could be pointed at  PPC solo mining  you would hit a block or two  and may make some money.

you must have free power. and a free psu.

pointing it at btc it could break even in about 540 days.

that means you need free power and a free psu.

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February 08, 2017, 06:26:07 AM
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If you have already bought the S1 and are new to mining don't expect much, at best 10-13 cents a day but as the days go on it will be less and less because difficulty and global hash rate keep skyrocketing.  If you are using as space heater and/or have cheap electric run it in that capacity and any coin you make hold long term.  Slush has good dashboard for monitoring stats and you will see what your miner is doing on average, can see how many blocks it hits, pool past luck, etc but on slush some days it could only hit one block, so basically you make a penny or two.  The Chinese pools don't pay better, just different, only consistent payouts for hashrate.  If you enjoy it by all means look at bigger more efficient miners. The more hash you point somewhere the more coin you will make, but also cost you more in electricity not to mention hardware and power supplies. S3's and S5's might be better space heaters.  There are not a lot of choices for noobs/hobby miners, so phil's advice on solo may be best as a lottery. Not to get too far off topic but if your getting started you may look into stick miner's, won't eat the power, but good for learning.  If you haven't bought the S1 that 20-30 in scratchers may pay off better.  It's fun either way.
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February 09, 2017, 01:46:58 AM
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Just to add you can lower the s1 to 300 mhz with putty. (i think that's it) I'm not sure it lowers the electricity but it will run cooler.  

Like ab said, they can also heat up a room.  so maybe save on heating...depending on where you live.

S1 is a great miner to learn on.  

I just got back into mining.  I fired up one of my s1 on slush just to see what it would pay.

around 0.00001548 BTC per block.
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February 09, 2017, 04:31:12 PM
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You can also pencilmod a S1 for better efficiency, about 100GHS at 100w. It doesn't get you too much but it's a nice and silent miner that is fun to use. Some guides say you need a multimeter for the pencilmod but you can erase if you mess up so you don't need one.














 

 

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February 09, 2017, 08:43:30 PM
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You can also pencilmod a S1 for better efficiency, about 100GHS at 100w. It doesn't get you too much but it's a nice and silent miner that is fun to use. Some guides say you need a multimeter for the pencilmod but you can erase if you mess up so you don't need one.

If he's paying even a tiny bit for electricity, he shouldn't try anything with a S1, assuming OP doesn't want to mine at a loss.
They are long outdated miners and can only be run by people who have their electricity paid by someone else.

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February 09, 2017, 09:21:08 PM
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You can also pencilmod a S1 for better efficiency, about 100GHS at 100w. It doesn't get you too much but it's a nice and silent miner that is fun to use. Some guides say you need a multimeter for the pencilmod but you can erase if you mess up so you don't need one.

If he's paying even a tiny bit for electricity, he shouldn't try anything with a S1, assuming OP doesn't want to mine at a loss.
They are long outdated miners and can only be run by people who have their electricity paid by someone else.
OP said he's running the miner for an experiment so it's safe to assume that he's not running this for profits or something of the sort. Either way, even with free electricity you barely make anything.














 

 

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