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April 01, 2017, 12:09:41 AM
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Anyone with this card mine sharing hash rates please.  The card I am looking at is 08G-P4-6181-KR.  I would like to know rates at stock settings for popular coins.

DCR
ETH
ZEC
VTC

These are the 4 coins that I mine mostly.

Thanks

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April 01, 2017, 02:19:28 AM
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Well it will do just as good as any other GTX 1080. With an MSI I can get 3650 on DCR at 75 or 80% TDP. I am doing Equihash right now for 585 Sol/s on 85% but I am also at maximum memory OC and you might only hit 700-800 for all you know on memory instead. EWBF 0.3.3b and ccminer 2.0

Mine is very average on core overclock

I never tested ETH with Claymore but the ethminer on NiceHash gives me 27 MH/s
NiceHash is making me 52mh/s on Vertcoin with TDP 121% but power bounces around averaging 99%
LBRY hits 400mh/s

ZCoin is 1750kh/s


edit: 610 on Equihash with EWBF on full power (93%), full memory, 2050mhz core
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April 01, 2017, 08:36:13 PM
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Anyone with this card mine sharing hash rates please.  The card I am looking at is 08G-P4-6181-KR.  I would like to know rates at stock settings for popular coins.

DCR
ETH
ZEC
VTC

These are the 4 coins that I mine mostly.

Thanks

For ZEC it is 560-590 with 150 watt power consumption not at it's peak power. At peak power should do a bit more than 600 but with about 100 watt more energy. ZEC remains the most profitable coin for NVIDIA cards today that LBC (Libry) difficulty increased with another 300 GH/s. Stick with ZEC mining for the moment.

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April 01, 2017, 08:52:40 PM
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@DragonSlayer
Not the same card, but i am sure it will be almost the same.


ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB OC Edition
Stock settings = 710 Sol/s using EWBF miner 0.3.2b
http://i.imgur.com/fiLSaX3.jpg

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April 01, 2017, 09:02:44 PM
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Claymore dual mining :  ETH:31+ / DCR: 310+
Stock settings


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April 01, 2017, 11:07:44 PM
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Thanks,

I am trying to determine if worth while to do the step up program from 1070 ftw.  I think that I would have to pay $100-110 for the upgrade.  I am pulling around 440 on ZEC with the 1070's.  I don't think that the 1080 ti will be close to the 1080.  It is more in line with the titan xp which gets 740 on ZEC.

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April 02, 2017, 06:46:43 AM
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Thanks,

I am trying to determine if worth while to do the step up program from 1070 ftw.  I think that I would have to pay $100-110 for the upgrade.  I am pulling around 440 on ZEC with the 1070's.  I don't think that the 1080 ti will be close to the 1080.  It is more in line with the titan xp which gets 740 on ZEC.

In ROI without power in consideration the 1070 is faster than the 1080. The 1070 is also more electric efficient per hashes (regarding ZEC)

DCR and LBRY on the other hand you see a greater speed boost on the 1080 vs. the 1070 and going for a 1080 is a great idea for those.


I have 2 GTX 1070's and I plan to step one up to either a 1080 regular or Ti depending on how money is when I am out of time and what new ti editions might be added to step up (founders plus cost of aftermarket cooling is too much unless you care about density). Calculating cost of card to hash rates the 1070 is the Equihash king in both ROI and efficiency. The 1080 ti is the king for DCR and LBRY. 1080 is in the middle
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