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March 16, 2017, 03:11:59 AM
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I know some people have gotten these by now

How are the mining results after OC and with what power targets, fans, and temps?


I need to figure out if I am going to use my EVGA step up for a GTX 1080 with the price drop or a 1080 Ti
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March 19, 2017, 12:57:30 PM
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GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition 11GB GDDR5X Unboxing and Setup Part 1: https://youtu.be/uR7UmKSJ35M 
Part 2: https://youtu.be/BOzKsTZVhrg 
Part 3: https://youtu.be/JmmzMiQqlgA 
Part 4: https://youtu.be/1pwtlofcX8E

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March 19, 2017, 01:22:33 PM
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I just wasted like 10 minutes of my life watching your videos trying to find the answer you presumably hid within them.

No such luck, the videos themselves are basically a camera shaking in the direction of a computer with a long drawn out narrative.

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March 19, 2017, 02:30:56 PM
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I just wasted like 10 minutes of my life watching your videos trying to find the answer you presumably hid within them.

No such luck, the videos themselves are basically a camera shaking in the direction of a computer with a long drawn out narrative.

Sorry you didn't like the live play-by-play videos but the summaries are coming out to =)

OC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition 11GB GDDR5X Unboxing and Setup Summary: https://youtu.be/zYMHcKaPHLA

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March 19, 2017, 03:36:45 PM
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How about you answer the question here and spare us your irrelevant spam or gtfo.

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March 20, 2017, 04:30:57 AM
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I just wasted like 10 minutes of my life watching your videos trying to find the answer you presumably hid within them.

No such luck, the videos themselves are basically a camera shaking in the direction of a computer with a long drawn out narrative.

I only got back to the thread now but I never assumed the mining results would be in the video based on the title. It's titled like a basic setup series. At the most there may be OC results but the typical setup series does not illustrate the OC performance on 50-100-100+ % TDP

I would have never clicked the videos
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April 25, 2017, 02:11:08 AM
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Here are my numbers for my 1080 Ti with +100 core +450 memory

Lyra2REv2 70.88 MH/sec
Decred 5.043 GH/sec
LBRY 0.516 GH/sec
Equihash 709 SOL/sec
Pascal 1.873 GH/sec
X11GOST 22.1 MH/sec

I have an agressive fan curve set and my temps are mid 60's at the moment. One of my 1080 Tis is a hybrid and another is on a mining rig in the garage with very good ventillation.  My TDP is set to 100 on all cards
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April 25, 2017, 06:47:42 AM
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Here are my numbers for my 1080 Ti with +100 core +450 memory

Lyra2REv2 70.88 MH/sec
Decred 5.043 GH/sec
LBRY 0.516 GH/sec
Equihash 709 SOL/sec
Pascal 1.873 GH/sec
X11GOST 22.1 MH/sec

I have an agressive fan curve set and my temps are mid 60's at the moment. One of my 1080 Tis is a hybrid and another is on a mining rig in the garage with very good ventillation.  My TDP is set to 100 on all cards

The Decred speed is quite low.
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April 25, 2017, 01:55:34 PM
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mine with a GTX 1080 Ti? that's crazy. the mining profit may not be enough to cover the damage to the card.

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April 25, 2017, 07:22:55 PM
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I'm trying to buy 1080 Ti, but there is a lot of available brands MSI, Gigabyte, Founders Edition,... which one do you recommend?
Thank you!
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April 25, 2017, 07:36:33 PM
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I'm trying to buy 1080 Ti, but there is a lot of available brands MSI, Gigabyte, Founders Edition,... which one do you recommend?
Thank you!

the founder edition blowers get really hot mining at stock speeds. So you need to have a case or cooling that is appropriate for the blower.

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April 25, 2017, 07:49:07 PM
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I'm trying to buy 1080 Ti, but there is a lot of available brands MSI, Gigabyte, Founders Edition,... which one do you recommend?
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April 25, 2017, 09:19:53 PM
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Here are my numbers for my 1080 Ti with +100 core +450 memory

Lyra2REv2 70.88 MH/sec
Decred 5.043 GH/sec
LBRY 0.516 GH/sec
Equihash 709 SOL/sec
Pascal 1.873 GH/sec
X11GOST 22.1 MH/sec

I have an agressive fan curve set and my temps are mid 60's at the moment. One of my 1080 Tis is a hybrid and another is on a mining rig in the garage with very good ventillation.  My TDP is set to 100 on all cards

The Decred speed is quite low.

Really? What is considered high? This speed should be what the 1080 Ti is supposed to do when i compare the speed to my 1070s and 1080s
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April 25, 2017, 09:31:22 PM
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This is an honest question. Why would you throw money away buying a bleeding edge graphics card when you can buy 3-4 other cards for the same price with a combined hash rate that will shit all over that card for overall value and hashrate?


edit: You can buy 5 RX470s for the same price as the one Ti.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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April 25, 2017, 09:46:11 PM
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This is an honest question. Why would you throw money away buying a bleeding edge graphics card when you can buy 3-4 other cards for the same price with a combined hash rate that will shit all over that card for overall value and hashrate?


edit: You can buy 5 RX470s for the same price as the one Ti.

I play games on my PC, so i like to have a high end GPU to power my 144HZ 1440P monitor.  I also dont like having 3-4 spaces taken up for multiple GPUs when i can have a powerful one take just one slot and use the same amount of power and probably less vs the 3-4 other cards. Another reason is once the ROI (~5-6 months for a single Ti to pay for itself) is done i make a lot more profit from there on out vs going cheap and multiple less powerful space hogging cards
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May 20, 2017, 11:08:41 AM
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Here are my numbers for my 1080 Ti with +100 core +450 memory

Lyra2REv2 70.88 MH/sec
LBRY 0.516 GH/sec
Equihash 709 SOL/sec
On which miners you got such indicators?
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May 20, 2017, 05:18:04 PM
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This is an honest question. Why would you throw money away buying a bleeding edge graphics card when you can buy 3-4 other cards for the same price with a combined hash rate that will shit all over that card for overall value and hashrate?


edit: You can buy 5 RX470s for the same price as the one Ti.

Hmm...

5 x 470 = ~140 Mh/s on ETH which is about $16 / day

1 x 1080ti = ~1000 Mh/s on Skein which is about $16 / day

I'm not even going to talk about power consumption or space savings in this scenario
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May 20, 2017, 05:39:43 PM
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This is an honest question. Why would you throw money away buying a bleeding edge graphics card when you can buy 3-4 other cards for the same price with a combined hash rate that will shit all over that card for overall value and hashrate?


edit: You can buy 5 RX470s for the same price as the one Ti.

Hmm...

5 x 470 = ~140 Mh/s on ETH which is about $16 / day

1 x 1080ti = ~1000 Mh/s on Skein which is about $16 / day

I'm not even going to talk about power consumption or space savings in this scenario


1000 mh/s? I thought it was more like 600
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May 20, 2017, 05:47:33 PM
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This is an honest question. Why would you throw money away buying a bleeding edge graphics card when you can buy 3-4 other cards for the same price with a combined hash rate that will shit all over that card for overall value and hashrate?


edit: You can buy 5 RX470s for the same price as the one Ti.

Hmm...

5 x 470 = ~140 Mh/s on ETH which is about $16 / day

1 x 1080ti = ~1000 Mh/s on Skein which is about $16 / day

I'm not even going to talk about power consumption or space savings in this scenario


1000 mh/s? I thought it was more like 600

Nope Cheesy
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May 20, 2017, 05:53:18 PM
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This is an honest question. Why would you throw money away buying a bleeding edge graphics card when you can buy 3-4 other cards for the same price with a combined hash rate that will shit all over that card for overall value and hashrate?


edit: You can buy 5 RX470s for the same price as the one Ti.

Hmm...

5 x 470 = ~140 Mh/s on ETH which is about $16 / day

1 x 1080ti = ~1000 Mh/s on Skein which is about $16 / day

I'm not even going to talk about power consumption or space savings in this scenario


1000 mh/s? I thought it was more like 600

There is a new software build that gets it up to 1000.

Of course you need to do the build as no one has done it for you.

It involves more work then a simple download unzip extraction .

So I decided to not mine skein until the software is done for all as a simple download extract add a bat.

My position is the pools should do this for the miners.
And at this Moment they have not.


This all goes to my belief that alt coins are pump by major companies to sell Thier gear.

So to make it hard to download and mine skein is shortsighted on skein developers and skein pools.

This is true of every gpu coin.

So I mine zcash and make 1/2 that I would on skein.

Not because I don't know how to blend the spilt software but on principle,

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