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May 01, 2017, 04:24:30 PM
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ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

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May 01, 2017, 04:28:13 PM
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Probably monero... Which CPU you have?

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May 01, 2017, 04:49:59 PM
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I have a low-end laptop right now. I have an Acer Aspire ES1-431 Laptop with 2GB memory Windows 10. I am not really tech savvy but I think its worth the shot.

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May 01, 2017, 05:12:58 PM
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I have a low-end laptop right now. I have an Acer Aspire ES1-431 Laptop with 2GB memory Windows 10. I am not really tech savvy but I think its worth the shot.

Even with free electricity, you're wasting your time. The only chance you have of making any profit is from long term appreciation. In which case trading would be more effective than trying to mine with with a low end cpu and competing against the hash from GPU's, ASICS and botnets.
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May 01, 2017, 05:26:57 PM
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Currently, the best one seems to be Aeon (2x to 4x higher hashrates when mining Aeon compared to mining Monero due to the cryptolight algorithm). You can still mine Monero and other cryptonotes, it's still profitable even with the power-hungry FX series.

It's also possible that I've overlooked some golden nugget for CPU mining, I'm curious what others might have to say.

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May 01, 2017, 05:38:48 PM
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I have a low-end laptop right now. I have an Acer Aspire ES1-431 Laptop with 2GB memory Windows 10. I am not really tech savvy but I think its worth the shot.

Some altcoin mining with CPU such as Monero still profitable if you have modern CPU which have high performance, low TDP or have good price/performance.
But with your low-end laptop, you can't make profit even with free electricity and hardware.

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May 01, 2017, 06:33:26 PM
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Well, comparing it to claiming on BTC faucets, is it worth it? I have traded and lost about 200k sats and don't want to dive again until I learn trading. I have tried gambling too and I lost everything I won.

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May 01, 2017, 07:13:04 PM
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I have a Intel i7-3770 CPU @ 3,40 GHz (x64) and 16 GB ram

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May 01, 2017, 11:26:44 PM
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I have a Intel i7-3770 CPU @ 3,40 GHz (x64) and 16 GB ram

I'm going to guess that you would get around 250 hashrate in Monero, maybe less. Somewhere close to $120 a year at $0.10/kw/h power costs. Download the Nicehash Miner program and let it run the benchmark for your CPU to find the exact hashrate to expect. www.nicehash.com

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May 02, 2017, 12:16:24 AM
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VeriumReserve (VRM) is a decent CPU-only mining coin you might want to take a look at. I've been mining it the last couple of weeks. There is a pool and client downloads at http://vrm.poolinat0r.com.
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May 02, 2017, 06:30:57 AM
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I am not fan of the cpu minning.


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May 02, 2017, 10:04:10 AM
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I have a low-end laptop right now. I have an Acer Aspire ES1-431 Laptop with 2GB memory Windows 10. I am not really tech savvy but I think its worth the shot.
So, with a low-end laptop you can't do anything. You have to buy a new rig with ryzen 5 or 7 (depending on your budget) if you want to mine a CPU coin, however amd launched the rx 5xx serie that is only a rebrand of the 4xx, the price of rx 4xx will decrease significantly why don't you consider also GPU mining?

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May 02, 2017, 10:17:05 AM
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Hi,

ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

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there are only verium and zoin not much else, and i think there is also magi but was delisted recently from poloniex, and without an exchange will die quickly, cpu coin are always very bad and not recommended, but you cna build now a good cpu rig and have some profit, check the verium thread there is a guy with a cpu rig

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I have started cpu mining XMR on my 6x rigs while the GPUs mine ZEC.  Smiley

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I have started cpu mining XMR on my 6x rigs while the GPUs mine ZEC.  Smiley
Can you say the components and the hash rate?

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What's the difference between CPU and GPU mining? I thought it was just ASIC and CPU mining..

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ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

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i can give you soem coins which are profitable with cpu, but you need many cpu ro cpu rig to mien them with good return, these coins are magi verium, zoin and monero, all the other are not cpu friendly, but be aware of botnet that are plague for this coins and quickly ruin your profit
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I have started cpu mining XMR on my 6x rigs while the GPUs mine ZEC.  Smiley
Can you say the components and the hash rate?

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16gb USB key  https://www.amazon.com/Lexar-JumpDrive-16GB-Flash-Drive/dp/B00S5V5PMY

29.1 H/s 6 hour average XMR @ nanopool ( at current rates with 10c kwh electric the cpu will generate $16 profit a year, and roi on its own in ~3 years )  Note cpu mining hashrate is all over the place (less frequent shares); so it takes a while to get a good idea of a cpu's average hashrate.

2655.4 Sol/s 6 hour average ZEC @ nanopool ( all 6x cards cc200, mc400, powerlimit 125 on nvOC )

using 880 watts at the wall

Currently only running +cpu on a few of my rigs, but all have been stable for over 24 hours; so I will deploy +cpu mining on all my rigs tonight / tomorrow.  I have an i3 on the way to test as well.

If all my rigs are stable with +cpu mining I will add it as an option to the next version of nvOC.  Also looking for alternative cpu mined coins to try; if anyone has any recommendations.

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I have started cpu mining XMR on my 6x rigs while the GPUs mine ZEC.  Smiley
Can you say the components and the hash rate?

H81 pro btc R2.0 mobo
G1840 cpu
6x zotac 1070 mini
8gb corsair ram
EVGA GQ-1000 psu
16gb USB key  https://www.amazon.com/Lexar-JumpDrive-16GB-Flash-Drive/dp/B00S5V5PMY

29.1 H/s 6 hour average XMR @ nanopool ( at current rates with 10c kwh electric the cpu will generate $16 profit a year, and roi on its own in ~3 years )  Note cpu mining hashrate is all over the place (less frequent shares); so it takes a while to get a good idea of a cpu's average hashrate.

2655.4 Sol/s 6 hour average ZEC @ nanopool ( all 6x cards cc200, mc400, powerlimit 125 on nvOC )

using 880 watts at the wall

Currently only running +cpu on a few of my rigs, but all have been stable for over 24 hours; so I will deploy +cpu mining on all my rigs tonight / tomorrow.  I have an i3 on the way to test as well.

If all my rigs are stable with +cpu mining I will add it as an option to the next version of nvOC.  Also looking for alternative cpu mined coins to try; if anyone has any recommendations.
Isn't mining counterproductive both with cpu and gpu? I've noticed sometimes that GPU's hashrate decrease if CPU is mining.

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Isn't mining counterproductive both with cpu and gpu? I've noticed sometimes that GPU's hashrate decrease if CPU is mining.

It depends primarily on what OS you are using.  If you using windows it will never be a good idea.  On linux, depending on how many cores and what intensity you are using; and the gpu mining client you are using, it is sometimes ok.  Granted the resulting hashrate from cpu mining as such is nothing like that from all out cpu mining.

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Solo-mining low-value, low-difficulty altcoins on an i7... likely to get any coins?

I'd be hoping that if I keep switching and holding on to as many coins as possible, one might take off in value.

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CPU mining - three approaches:
1. CPU mine a coin the first few week of its existence if no GPU miner exists to mine it.  Get in early is key.  Monitor the ANN-section for any new coins and consider mining those just launched.
2. If you believe that a coin will go to the moon within the next few months/year then you can mine it with cpu.
3. Find a coin that is cpu-mineable only - like XMG (Magi) - and mine it.
If I were to start cpu mining now, I would mine XMR or BCN with xmr-stak-cpu miner in Linux (with huge pages enabled - this keeps my cpus warm during winter :-)).

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Myriad Coin - using the Yescrypt algo is good for cpu right now. I mostly trade to make profits but mine myriad to make up for any loses, if any, i would have in a day. I switch between Aeon and Myriad using two laptops and two tablets with free electricity and can make some good coin.

You can also try Coin Magi, but recently i found it not to be as profitable.

Zcoin - is another coin that is mine-able with cpu. I used to mine this coin about 6 months ago and would get killer profits from it. It is now getting taken over by GPU miners but it can still be mined on CPU.

BitSend - Uses Xevan algo. Isn't as profitable as Aeon or Myriad but can still be mined on a CPU.

Aeon - Uses Cryptonight-light which is faster than the regular cryptonight algo. I like mining Aeon because it seems to never slow down or get taken over by GPU miners. It is always a consistent profit.

GlobalBoostY - another yescrypt coin but i have recently seen a falling out from the community with this coin.

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VeriumReserve (VRM) is a decent CPU-only mining coin you might want to take a look at. I've been mining it the last couple of weeks. There is a pool and client downloads at http://vrm.poolinat0r.com.

Will i make anything if i used my AMD X4 860k, i get about 115 hashes on AEON.... using Minergate.
Please tell me, if for  VRM i can actually make profit ?
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June 11, 2017, 05:47:46 PM
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Myriad Coin - using the Yescrypt algo is good for cpu right now. I mostly trade to make profits but mine myriad to make up for any loses, if any, i would have in a day. I switch between Aeon and Myriad using two laptops and two tablets with free electricity and can make some good coin.
You can also try Coin Magi, but recently i found it not to be as profitable.
Zcoin - is another coin that is mine-able with cpu. I used to mine this coin about 6 months ago and would get killer profits from it. It is now getting taken over by GPU miners but it can still be mined on CPU.
BitSend - Uses Xevan algo. Isn't as profitable as Aeon or Myriad but can still be mined on a CPU.
Aeon - Uses Cryptonight-light which is faster than the regular cryptonight algo. I like mining Aeon because it seems to never slow down or get taken over by GPU miners. It is always a consistent profit.
GlobalBoostY - another yescrypt coin but i have recently seen a falling out from the community with this coin.
Hope this helps.

Hi YaYMiner, what CPU are we talking about here?
I get about 115 AEON hashes.... when i use Minergate ....
will i be useless at those coins u mention above ?

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Probably monero... Which CPU you have?
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Aeon is good for cpu mining. Especially when you use multiple computers. Make sure you use linux as you'll get a five times better hashrate for some reason. I would warn against using the minergate program, it is easy to set up, and the hashrate isn't too much less but good luck getting a withdrawl from them. I had mined a bit with minergate and still waiting for a withdrawl for 2 months.

You might also check out Nexus. CPU mining is not that profitable anymore but can be done, and the price of Nexus is expected to rise.

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Which coin would you recommend for i7 4790k? I have a noctua cooler so I can overclock my cpu if needed. I'm also running gpu mining on this system.


     
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well, I have like 25 old-ish celeron cpus.. and pretty much free electricity.. could I take a shot a XMR? I'm already mining ETH and going to start mining ETC on 2 GPU rigs.. but I got those CPUs laying around with nothing to do..
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Any suggestions what to mine on a pair of XEON's E5-2699V4? (No Cinebench, please!)
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Try Monero; you can even use Nicehash for it, so it's super easy as well as being the biggest CPU centric coin by a long shot. Also, AEON is very profitable right now and BitSend is a good CPU coin that I think has a nice future ahead of it. There are other coins that can be mined with CPU, but those are the only 3 I have tried that I liked for CPU mining myself.

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You can mine the following coins with your CPU/LAPTOP :


XMR (monero)
BCN (bytecoin)
FCN (fantomcoin)
XDN (digitalnote)


You can also mine Ethereum, AEON, DASH and Quazarcoin, but i dont think they will give you any profit.
The above coins may also not give you any profit depending on your CPU.

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I suggest to try RIC (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446703.0)  Pool http://ublock.it/

One Xeon E5-2670 give me almost 2$ per day.
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I suggest to try RIC (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446703.0)  Pool http://ublock.it/

One Xeon E5-2670 give me almost 2$ per day.


Wow, that's a pretty big amount, is that true? Is it just a hoax? It looks like you should provide some proof of your income, which you say 2 $ / day,If it proves maybe I will follow you.

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I suggest to try RIC (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446703.0)  Pool http://ublock.it/

One Xeon E5-2670 give me almost 2$ per day.

hasrate in pool?

ric per day?



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I suggest to try RIC (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446703.0)  Pool http://ublock.it/

One Xeon E5-2670 give me almost 2$ per day.

hasrate in pool?

ric per day?

http://ublock.it/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

Nick same as here. But pool statistic show around half less Ric/day than personal statistic. Ofc, I have not only one processor.
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An AMD Ryzen 1700X @ 4.0 ghz with 2150 H/s can make over $5 a day mining AEON at current prices.  https://aeon-pool.com/#  --- My i7 6700K does ~615 H/s at stock settings = about $1.50 per day on Aeon.

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June 13, 2017, 04:15:14 PM
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An AMD Ryzen 1700X @ 4.0 ghz with 2150 H/s can make over $5 a day mining AEON at current prices.  https://aeon-pool.com/#  --- My i7 6700K does ~615 H/s at stock settings = about $1.50 per day on Aeon.

xmr is better

2150 h/s =6.8 usd
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June 13, 2017, 04:33:36 PM
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I suggest to try RIC (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446703.0)  Pool http://ublock.it/

One Xeon E5-2670 give me almost 2$ per day.

hasrate in pool?

ric per day?

http://ublock.it/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

Nick same as here. But pool statistic show around half less Ric/day than personal statistic. Ofc, I have not only one processor.


xmr not better?


my cpu in xmr 550 h/s

in ric 15000 khs

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xmr not better?

my cpu in xmr 550 h/s

in ric 15000 khs

Idk, need to check xmr, thanks.
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June 13, 2017, 09:13:24 PM
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It seems like XMR mining is better with GPU... Maybe I'm mistaken, but one Radeon HD7990 gives over 1000 h/s (this opinion is based on this post). For example 3 x HD7990 could easily beat 2 x E5-2699. And 3 x HD7990 are MUCH cheaper than 2 x E5-2699...
So, it seems like XMR is definitely a GPU coin...
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xmr not better?

my cpu in xmr 550 h/s

in ric 15000 khs

Idk, need to check xmr, thanks.

ric is better Smiley


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June 15, 2017, 01:58:51 AM
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An AMD Ryzen 1700X @ 4.0 ghz with 2150 H/s can make over $5 a day mining AEON at current prices.  https://aeon-pool.com/#  --- My i7 6700K does ~615 H/s at stock settings = about $1.50 per day on Aeon.

xmr is better

2150 h/s =6.8 usd

Except XMR only gets ~630 hashrate... AEON is a different algo that mines allot faster and is more profitable because of it.

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if you wanna do mining with cpu and gpu

it s actually very simple, i don't know why people never think about this
it s actuality oblivious for me

just put your cpu miner in task manager to idle (or at lease lower than normal)  and it can use all your cores
and it won't slow down your gpu's



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June 16, 2017, 04:32:00 AM
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An AMD Ryzen 1700X @ 4.0 ghz with 2150 H/s can make over $5 a day mining AEON at current prices.  https://aeon-pool.com/#  --- My i7 6700K does ~615 H/s at stock settings = about $1.50 per day on Aeon.

xmr is better

2150 h/s =6.8 usd

Except XMR only gets ~630 hashrate... AEON is a different algo that mines allot faster and is more profitable because of it.


If you look at the BTC exchange rate then value of XMR>BCN>AEON and in terms of number of coins BCN>AEON>XMR at same h/s

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Hi,

ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

Thanks

i can give you soem coins which are profitable with cpu, but you need many cpu ro cpu rig to mien them with good return, these coins are magi verium, zoin and monero, all the other are not cpu friendly, but be aware of botnet that are plague for this coins and quickly ruin your profit

Just a noob question, how can botnets ruin cpu mining profits?

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June 22, 2017, 02:10:26 PM
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Is it possible to run CPU mining on a VMWare with Windows Server 2012. I have 4 x i7 cores with 8 GB ram and 80GB disk space running on top of a VM. Was researching earlier about Digibyte but haven't gotten it to work yet. Any other coin recommendations that are CPU friendly and are profitable to mine? Should I go for XMR or are there better alt coins that are ok to run on a CPU? Thanks!

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I did some looking around and there is a couple more coins that are CPU only. I've been mining them for the past two days and have made the most off off them that any other CPU coin i have tried. Before Zcoin was the most profitable and i was lucky to get in before GPU miners took it over. Granted these two coins are not like Zcoin, they do use Zerocoin technology.

Zoin Coin - Uses its own version of the Lyra2z algo called Lyra2zoin (Lyra2z330). Only thing about this coin is that it isn't very popular, but that could be a good thing for us CPU miners.

Hexx Coin - Uses the same algo as Zoin and has recently had a community take over to try to bring it back to life. The difficulty is real low with this coin right now so you can make decent profits with it.

Both are listed on Cryptopia.

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Using Nicehash will tell you whats your best algo option. Their software checks profitability of your hardware and lets you mint the most profitable coin. Other then that, the rest is pure speculation.

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there is also myriad on yescript but did not do the math if profitable or not

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Is it possible to run CPU mining on a VMWare with Windows Server 2012. I have 4 x i7 cores with 8 GB ram and 80GB disk space running on top of a VM. Was researching earlier about Digibyte but haven't gotten it to work yet. Any other coin recommendations that are CPU friendly and are profitable to mine? Should I go for XMR or are there better alt coins that are ok to run on a CPU? Thanks!


I was able to run XMR for a week in a VM producing 80-200 H/s (Win Server 2012 64bit, 16Gb memory & 8 CPU threads reaching 100%). It was running 24x7 but it will still take me around 2 months to reach .03 XMR. I decided to stop it. Will research and try Zoin Coin next week.

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8 thread  is not always the best for 8 cores


i tested on fx8300  the best results where 7 thread  355h/s average   6 or 8 are slower

it s actually not bad   2 cpu = some better than r9 380  (price, speed and W are close)   or some worse than an rx470

as there are no gpu on market available  i bought  4x  8300's   (was running athlon 160u on my rings)
if monero price not get up need at lease 7 month to pay back


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July 19, 2017, 12:28:14 AM
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Hello . This thread got my attention as i think i can get 4 CPUS Xeon E7-4870 for roughly $1300. Though i don't know if i can find a mobo to put those beasts on . Do you guys think it is proffitable to mine something with such a setup ? 40 cores / 80 threads at 2,4 GHz / 2,8GHz with turbo boost . power consumption would be around 700 W i think .

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find the speed of you cpu and do the math

but i think it s not really profitable, unless you have free electricity
probably need 10-12 month to pay back your setup


i i change the cpu of my rings,  but you need to buy hole computer

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If you have a CPU only and a stable internet that you can leave for 24x7, I would recommend that you just do Proof of Stake (PoS). PoS doesn't overburden your CPU and internet connection as well. Research on Stratis, Radium and DeepOnion for PoS. Only downside is you need to purchase the coins that you need to stake.

I've tried CPU mining Monero thru a 10Mb internet line, using even the cheapest and fastest pool and it still won't profitable. It will take 3 months before I will be able to transfer .03 XMR to my wallet It also overworks the computer and consumes the bandwidth.

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If you have a CPU only and a stable internet that you can leave for 24x7, I would recommend that you just do Proof of Stake (PoS). PoS doesn't overburden your CPU and internet connection as well. Research on Stratis, Radium and DeepOnion for PoS. Only downside is you need to purchase the coins that you need to stake.

I've tried CPU mining Monero thru a 10Mb internet line, using even the cheapest and fastest pool and it still won't profitable. It will take 3 months before I will be able to transfer .03 XMR to my wallet It also overworks the computer and consumes the bandwidth.

good point Pos are more profitable if you have a good stable internet instead of buying expensive equipment better to use the money to buy alts which have a big possibilities to increase its value in such time, like mate said stratis can be consider and i think eth will also will turn into Pos though still a
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For CPU  only  try XMR or KRB coins , but the best option will be  Winminer , it will select automatically algo option for your hardware and select the most profitable coin.
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Verium is a CPU only minable coin.
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July 19, 2017, 12:14:05 PM
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if you wanna do mining with cpu and gpu

it s actually very simple, i don't know why people never think about this
it s actuality oblivious for me

just put your cpu miner in task manager to idle (or at lease lower than normal)  and it can use all your cores
and it won't slow down your gpu's
This is a very goos and simple advice :-).

The problem is that the majority of miners RIG are build over the cheapests Celerons and those Celerons with a low priority in the task manager are mining quasi nothing with XMR (and a lot of others coins : too slow).
If you want CPUmine with your RIG, don't buy a so cheap Celeron (choose a Core i3 ot higher).

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The CPU mining are very dependent of the L3 cache.

Monero for example need 2mb for thread.. and Celerons, I3... usually have very small L3 cache.
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I tried CPU mining (XMR and BCN) for the past 6 hours on minergate. all i can say is, not worth the time and waste of electricity. Im using my Own Personal PC, AMD APU A8 7600 and im only getting 40 - 44 H/s using 50% load on my CPU. i dont know why my Built in GPU R7 is not recognized by minergate or my PC is not really design for CPU mining.



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Well let's see what new coins maybe bringing for possibilities.. the current known ones are mineable but just do not bring any revenue with a cpu...
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depend what cpu

fx8300 oc is actually not bad 2 = bit faster than an r9380   if you keep the monero to sell next year or so  definitely profitable then

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I've been mucking around with different coins in MPH to yield more bling and seem to default back to XZC for CPU. Although the recent jump in difficulty was not the most interesting things to see. Turned out a group of individuals found a way to manipulate with Amazon AWS service. Go figure!

So with current 5-5.5k difficulty and 2.3 MH/s, MPH is rewarding the user with 0.25 XZC/Day (which at the time of writing is 2.29 USD).

To compare the above with others while having the same CPU setup:
Grosetlcoin: 200-500 difficulty, 3.5 GRS/Day, 0.43 USD
Zclassic: ~40k dificulty, 0.18 ZCL/Day, 0.24 USD
Granite: so bad ... wrong algo
and so on...

Even without patiently waiting for larger statistics/data sets to analyse XZC is a good option. Zcoin is officially deemed as CPU-friendly anyway.

If you are now wondering is mining with CPU profitable - no.

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Hey folk! I have been looking into buying a cheap mining rig

I found a cheap rx 470 and bought it right away. Planning to mine Ubiq with the GPU. To offset investment costs I went looking for a very cheap second hand decent pc. I found a few, with different cpu's and price ranges

The i7 930 (cheapest) (idle system power 112W*, peak system power 240W**, does have 2nd PCI-e slot on mobo so I can connect more vid cards if i can get my hands on some)
FX 6100 (more expensive, don't have details on mobo yet,idle system power 99W, peak system power 225W, 220MHS on monero)
FX 8150 (most expensive, dont have details on mobo yet, idle system power 100W, peak system power 252W, 330MHS on monero)

* +** idle and peak system power numbers are plucked from benchmarking sites to benchmark the CPU real load through socket meter

I pay 0.1799$ per/kwh

So is CPU mining combined with GPU mining unprofitable in these cases?
Should I not try mining with these CPU's and go for the cheapest option, the i7 930 or for the little more expensive, but lower idle power FX 6100.
Or should i try to mine monero for example on my 6100 or 8150, while using the GPU to mine UBIQ?

Orrrrr should i keep looking and find a cheap celeron with a tdp of 35W.
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I have a Intel i7-3770 CPU @ 3,40 GHz (x64) and 16 GB ram

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Hi,

ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

Thanks


Dont why you guys even discussing this but CPU mining wont be profitable now onwards.
Not altcoin not bitcoin nothing can be mined with it having profits. You can profit or should i mention you can hope to profit only if you have completely free electricity and cold room. To be honest technically everything is advanced now and when you mine you have to compete the market who are mining at the rate of hundred times more than you.

Just being honest guys, have you ever thought of this practically, all thr hash rates and electricity bills, thr damage to your CPU etc . There are many more stuff involved which shall be taken in consideration

For cpu this is not the time for sure.

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Verium is a CPU only minable coin.

I noticed this coin last week, never tried out yet. The price is good at USD2++, algorithm uses Scrypt^2. How's the ROI?

I'm currently using 2 free cores of my mining machine to mine BCN at minergate, I know it is not worth, but just mined to keep. I'm curious to know if any other good cpu coin in 2017?
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Also Mining BCN on Miners gate with a Spare Core you never know how the coin might increase in the Future  Grin

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I have a Intel i7-3770 CPU @ 3,40 GHz (x64) and 16 GB ram

Hi,

You can do Merged Mining Dogecoin and Litceoin.

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cpu mining is profitable same as gpu

as i mentioned before the fx8300 (around 110euro)  does 350-400hs  on monero   if you have 2 of them you been faster than an rx470 but with a bit more power
and at current gpu prices it s cheaper for same performance

an if you keep your monero and sell when price get up (like now) it s definitely profitable

i had athlon 160u on my rings, i change them all for fx8300  it s like i have a hole ring more now

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Also Mining BCN on Miners gate with a Spare Core you never know how the coin might increase in the Future  Grin

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Yes, this is what in my mind. Since BCN dev has returned and development looks quite active, and yet this is the first coin that use cryptonight, may put some hope on it.
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cpu mining is profitable same as gpu

as i mentioned before the fx8300 (around 110euro)  does 350-400hs  on monero   if you have 2 of them you been faster than an rx470 but with a bit more power
and at current gpu prices it s cheaper for same performance

an if you keep your monero and sell when price get up (like now) it s definitely profitable

i had athlon 160u on my rings, i change them all for fx8300  it s like i have a hole ring more now
It is then always profitable to mine small altcoins and sell them once they get high. CPU mining is only profitable for mining monero and that too is hard these days i guess. You can mine any other coins whicj has the lowest difficulty and have profit by selling it once it is high. It usually requires a lot of time.

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cpu mining is profitable same as gpu

as i mentioned before the fx8300 (around 110euro)  does 350-400hs  on monero   if you have 2 of them you been faster than an rx470 but with a bit more power
and at current gpu prices it s cheaper for same performance

an if you keep your monero and sell when price get up (like now) it s definitely profitable

i had athlon 160u on my rings, i change them all for fx8300  it s like i have a hole ring more now
It is then always profitable to mine small altcoins and sell them once they get high. CPU mining is only profitable for mining monero and that too is hard these days i guess. You can mine any other coins whicj has the lowest difficulty and have profit by selling it once it is high. It usually requires a lot of time.

monero to hard lol ?  if it s to hard for cpu it s also to hard for gpu (fx8300 = rx560)

i change all my athlon 160u  for  fx8300  (8 of them) it s bit faster than having 4 x 470's , just doing fine it was a smart thing to do
get money back faster that i though , i sell my monero when price get up

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What about using the new Ryzen processors?

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What about using the new Ryzen processors?

They do very well at CPU mining, easily the best CPU miners aside from server grade Xeons etc. With a Ryzen 1700/1700X/1800X you can expect to get 600+ Mh/s with Monero and it does well in many other coins too.

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What about using the new Ryzen processors?

They do very well at CPU mining, easily the best CPU miners aside from server grade Xeons etc. With a Ryzen 1700/1700X/1800X you can expect to get 600+ Mh/s with Monero and it does well in many other coins too.

586 with the 1800x

Just started testing it.

Going to  run a waterblock rig

For CPU
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What about using the new Ryzen processors?

They do very well at CPU mining, easily the best CPU miners aside from server grade Xeons etc. With a Ryzen 1700/1700X/1800X you can expect to get 600+ Mh/s with Monero and it does well in many other coins too.

600+ Mh/s! The Monero world mining hash rate is 233 MH/s.

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Biblepay is the next cpu algo.

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I am mining biblepay with my cpu. Also Intense coin (ITNS) is new and can be mined with CPU. Actually both the coins are new and not many miners mine those.

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What about using the new Ryzen processors?

They do very well at CPU mining, easily the best CPU miners aside from server grade Xeons etc. With a Ryzen 1700/1700X/1800X you can expect to get 600+ Mh/s with Monero and it does well in many other coins too.

586 with the 1800x

Just started testing it.

Going to  run a waterblock rig

For CPU
For gpus.



Do you have large page files enabled? I get ~630 H/s on a R7 1700x overclocked to 4 ghz on all cores.

                                                 
What about using the new Ryzen processors?

They do very well at CPU mining, easily the best CPU miners aside from server grade Xeons etc. With a Ryzen 1700/1700X/1800X you can expect to get 600+ Mh/s with Monero and it does well in many other coins too.

600+ Mh/s! The Monero world mining hash rate is 233 MH/s.

My bad, I meant to type H/s but did Mh/s out of habit from other coins. :p

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problem with Ryzen  it s maybe faster but far to expensive compared to the fx series, also i have am3+ motherboard so

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I mine Monero.
With this CPU I get ~504.4 H/s running xmr-stak-cpu with 12 threads(12 seems to give me the highest hashrate + hugepages enabled):
Code:
# lscpu
CPU(s):                20
On-line CPU(s) list:   0-19
Thread(s) per core:    2
Core(s) per socket:    10
Socket(s):             1
Model name:            Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2630 v4 @ 2.20GHz
Stepping:              1
CPU MHz:               2400.062
CPU max MHz:           3100.0000
CPU min MHz:           1200.0000
BogoMIPS:              4400.05
Virtualization:        VT-x
L1d cache:             32K
L1i cache:             32K
L2 cache:              256K
L3 cache:              25600K

That one gives ~367.5 H/s with 13 threads with xmr-stak-cpu:
Code:
# lscpu
CPU(s):                16
On-line CPU(s) list:   0-15
Thread(s) per core:    2
Core(s) per socket:    4
Socket(s):             2
NUMA node(s):          2
Model name:            Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU           E5620  @ 2.40GHz
Stepping:              2
CPU MHz:               1596.000
CPU max MHz:           2395.0000
CPU min MHz:           1596.0000
BogoMIPS:              4787.96
Virtualization:        VT-x
L1d cache:             32K
L1i cache:             32K
L2 cache:              256K
L3 cache:              12288K
NUMA node0 CPU(s):     0,2,4,6,8,10,12,14
NUMA node1 CPU(s):     1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15

Dell Precision 5510 with 4 threads working gives ~230 H/s if you don't do any work on that laptop otherwise
the hashrate drops quite significantly(temperature is about 70 degrees):
Code:
#lscpu
CPU(s):                8
On-line CPU(s) list:   0-7
Thread(s) per core:    2
Core(s) per socket:    4
Socket(s):             1
NUMA node(s):          1
Model name:            Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6820HQ CPU @ 2.70GHz
Stepping:              3
CPU MHz:               929.647
CPU max MHz:           3600.0000
CPU min MHz:           800.0000
BogoMIPS:              5423.89
Virtualization:        VT-x
L1d cache:             32K
L1i cache:             32K
L2 cache:              256K
L3 cache:              8192K

That one is without AES, super low hashrate about 72 H/s(5 threads):
Code:
# lscpu
CPU(s):                8
On-line CPU(s) list:   0-7
Thread(s) per core:    2
Core(s) per socket:    4
Socket(s):             1
NUMA node(s):          1
Model name:            Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU           W3530  @ 2.80GHz
Stepping:              5
CPU MHz:               2799.962
BogoMIPS:              5599.92
Virtualization:        VT-x
L1d cache:             32K
L1i cache:             32K
L2 cache:              256K
L3 cache:              8192K

Same hashrate for SUMOcoin and I think it gave me double of these values when I mined Aeon.
These are pretty expensive machines, though with AES... I just happen to have them.
Other than that I have a rig of 6 mixed cards.
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Yeah I do VRM, but I havent checked new coins in a while.  It was mining 40cents a day off a g3258 pentium, so not too shabby but still pretty low.  CPU coins always get a bad rap due to botnets.

                                 
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I am mining biblepay with my cpu. Also Intense coin (ITNS) is new and can be mined with CPU. Actually both the coins are new and not many miners mine those.

biblepay is doing good. Although Intense coin is a new coin but it uses cryptonight algorithm and it is able to mine by GPU too, whereas biblepay is cpu only coin with new algorithm.
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With a laptop it's not worth mining, and probably never was either. The heat is just too much for a laptop to handle and the punishment the battery could take does more damage that you'd ever make. PC CPUs can earn you some pennies though. My FX-8350 can mine around 0.6$ worth of CryptoNight coins a day with Nicehash's miner.














 

 

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September 03, 2017, 02:59:07 PM
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Eight-core Intel 2.3 GHz is 200 H / s. as it is not enough)

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September 12, 2017, 02:40:02 AM
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Riecoin is pretty good if you have just have an average CPU.

If you have Xeon e5 v3-v4 with a large cache then XMR will be more profitable that RIC.

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September 12, 2017, 02:42:42 AM
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There's zoin coin, i think you can mine it with a cpu but i have no idea how much you'll get, if you have a xeon cpu just download the miner and fire it up, shouldn't be expensive to try.


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September 13, 2017, 08:50:11 PM
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FX-6300:
1) OC to 4.2GHz (when max. boost in stock was is 4.1GHz)
2) large pages
3) no_prefetch - true
~300h/s (stable 295-297, sometimes going crazy 320 Shocked) on cryptonight.xmr via NiceHashMiner Legacy v1.8.1.1
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September 17, 2017, 03:17:00 PM
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Does someone has more info about sumocoin?

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September 17, 2017, 05:59:49 PM
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Does someone has more info about sumocoin?

Yes, you can mine SUMO on CPU as well. Look at my post above what hashrate I get with those CPUs.
It's the same algo(CryptoNight) as Monero.
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September 17, 2017, 07:02:38 PM
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Hi guys, i have Athlon II 220 in my rig, what coins can i mine on this CPU?
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Hi guys, i have Athlon II 220 in my rig, what coins can i mine on this CPU?

All CryptoNight based coins. Aeon, Sumo, Monero, Iridium, Charnacoin.
And then also ZEC/zcash.
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September 17, 2017, 07:17:38 PM
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not known to all coins are profitable.
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September 21, 2017, 01:23:24 AM
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FX-6300:
1) OC to 4.2GHz (when max. boost in stock was is 4.1GHz)
2) large pages
3) no_prefetch - true
~300h/s (stable 295-297, sometimes going crazy 320 Shocked) on cryptonight.xmr via NiceHashMiner Legacy v1.8.1.1
just search conf file in nicehashminer folder and edit it Roll Eyes

P.S. sry for my bad english

Not bad to get 300h/s for your old amd cpu. I have tried to get dual xeon x5650 to mine cryptonight, but I got max 200h/s only, this cpu is not cryptonight friendly.
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September 21, 2017, 10:13:18 PM
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I tried CPU mining (XMR and BCN) for the past 6 hours on minergate. all i can say is, not worth the time and waste of electricity. Im using my Own Personal PC, AMD APU A8 7600 and im only getting 40 - 44 H/s using 50% load on my CPU. i dont know why my Built in GPU R7 is not recognized by minergate or my PC is not really design for CPU mining.



im using that same pc you have an hp pavillion with the spectre r7 graphics 2809mb of gpu cores. on board.


i mine bitsend. straight to cryptopia

cpuminer-sse42.exe -o stratum+tcp://yiimp.ccminer.org:3739 -a xevan -u iEqZ9gs5GXFSN5EpMJzJZ8ExwqfbF2R86z -p x -t 4
pause


and i mine. gpu dnr on hashbag and i get 1.5 mh on that coin i mine it ot cryptopia aswell. every other day i have about 15k sat


config for sgminer for  denarius 

 "pools": [
    {
      "name":"hashbag",
      "priority": "0",
      "url": "http://pool.hashbag.cc:8688",
      "user": "DCN2ZGg9CTzdgJtS34zm9knu3yfLZm7sMD",
      "pass": "DNR2HASHBAG",
      "profile": "tribus"
    }
  ],
  "profiles": [
    {
      "name": "tribus",
      "algorithm": "tribus",
      "shaders": "1792",
      "lookup-gap" : "4",
      "intensity": "19"
    }
  ],
  "kernel-path": "kernel",
  "default-profile": "tribus",
  "failover-only": true,
  "failover-switch-delay": "60",
  "gpu-dyninterval": "11",
  "queue": "2",
  "quiet": false,
  "expiry": "90",
  "scan-time": "20"
}

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September 22, 2017, 05:34:57 AM
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I sometimes chuck my cpu on nicehash, its a i7 4790k OC to 4.7 with a AIO cooler and get like 220h/s then with my 780ti which is 420h/s ish :/ but yes its on cryptonight but im not sure of the ins and outs, I just boot it up and let it do its thing for me Cheesy
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I tried CPU mining (XMR and BCN) for the past 6 hours on minergate. all i can say is, not worth the time and waste of electricity. Im using my Own Personal PC, AMD APU A8 7600 and im only getting 40 - 44 H/s using 50% load on my CPU. i dont know why my Built in GPU R7 is not recognized by minergate or my PC is not really design for CPU mining.



im using that same pc you have an hp pavillion with the spectre r7 graphics 2809mb of gpu cores. on board.


i mine bitsend. straight to cryptopia

cpuminer-sse42.exe -o stratum+tcp://yiimp.ccminer.org:3739 -a xevan -u iEqZ9gs5GXFSN5EpMJzJZ8ExwqfbF2R86z -p x -t 4
pause


and i mine. gpu dnr on hashbag and i get 1.5 mh on that coin i mine it ot cryptopia aswell. every other day i have about 15k sat


config for sgminer for  denarius 

 "pools": [
    {
      "name":"hashbag",
      "priority": "0",
      "url": "http://pool.hashbag.cc:8688",
      "user": "DCN2ZGg9CTzdgJtS34zm9knu3yfLZm7sMD",
      "pass": "DNR2HASHBAG",
      "profile": "tribus"
    }
  ],
  "profiles": [
    {
      "name": "tribus",
      "algorithm": "tribus",
      "shaders": "1792",
      "lookup-gap" : "4",
      "intensity": "19"
    }
  ],
  "kernel-path": "kernel",
  "default-profile": "tribus",
  "failover-only": true,
  "failover-switch-delay": "60",
  "gpu-dyninterval": "11",
  "queue": "2",
  "quiet": false,
  "expiry": "90",
  "scan-time": "20"
}


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October 05, 2017, 09:57:53 AM
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Can you guys share if what script are good to mine using CPU and intel GPU i have intel express gpu in my laptop and i would like to use while im browsing here because i am online 14 hours a day while doing other activity online..
Hope someone can gives me because some of my friends also wanted to mine with their pc and i would like to teach him for cpu mining..

i have already a small mining rig and use nicehash but only support amd and Nvidia..

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October 05, 2017, 10:58:16 AM
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I think that the cpu are very expensive in front of the h/s that they have

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October 05, 2017, 12:30:33 PM
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I am buying Xeon X5660 CPUs for my refurb HP Z400 machines (I use these as a base for my miners)... they have a pretty nice hash-rate for about 20 bucks per CPU on E-Bay.

Currently I am doing Intense Coin on most of my CPUs -- from which I don't know what return I am getting yet -- but also m7m (MAGI) seems promising... should be able to pay off the X5660 CPUs in 30-60 days based on the ZPOOL profit predictions for m7m so I have pushed a few of my CPUs over to it.
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I used my CPU Intel core i3 to mining AEON and I mine in my office so I didn't pay the electricity so I can got some profit with long time mining.

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I used my CPU Intel core i3 to mining AEON and I mine in my office so I didn't pay the electricity so I can got some profit with long time mining.

how many core you use??
and whats your hashrate?
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I used my CPU Intel core i3 to mining AEON and I mine in my office so I didn't pay the electricity so I can got some profit with long time mining.

how many core you use??
and whats your hashrate?

Don't go with his opinion you will not be able to get the profit atleast you need to bear the electricity cost and your computer will hangs up when you using all the core for mining. If your pc GPU enabled also that will not be good to make profit and all.

Even for altcoin mining also GPU mining will be good not a CPU mining.

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it's XMR profitable till now?

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Average desktop i7 does 300h/s on cryptonight and consumes 50 watts max.

Whattomine average last 24h says $0.47/ day.
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I used my CPU Intel core i3 to mining AEON and I mine in my office so I didn't pay the electricity so I can got some profit with long time mining.

how many core you use??
and whats your hashrate?

Don't go with his opinion you will not be able to get the profit atleast you need to bear the electricity cost and your computer will hangs up when you using all the core for mining. If your pc GPU enabled also that will not be good to make profit and all.

Even for altcoin mining also GPU mining will be good not a CPU mining.

lol

good cpu is same profitable than gpu  and  WTF would the computer hang ??  it s because you not smart enough
you can use all the available core, just need to run the app  at cpu idle or at lease lower than normal priority
but on amd 8 core 7 thread get same speed than 8   same for  my 6 core 5 is fine too (little less than 6)

and 2 x fx8300 does the same speed than an rx470 (claymore 9.7) but little more power

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I used my CPU Intel core i3 to mining AEON and I mine in my office so I didn't pay the electricity so I can got some profit with long time mining.

how many core you use??
and whats your hashrate?

Don't go with his opinion you will not be able to get the profit atleast you need to bear the electricity cost and your computer will hangs up when you using all the core for mining. If your pc GPU enabled also that will not be good to make profit and all.

Even for altcoin mining also GPU mining will be good not a CPU mining.

lol

good cpu is same profitable than gpu  and  WTF would the computer hang ??  it s because you not smart enough
you can use all the available core, just need to run the app  at cpu idle or at lease lower than normal priority
but on amd 8 core 7 thread get same speed than 8   same for  my 6 core 5 is fine too (little less than 6)

and 2 x fx8300 does the same speed than an rx470 (claymore 9.7) but little more power
4 core - work perfect
but for other coin is other settings but avarage 4 core
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I have 434h/s with Ryzen 1700x @ stock on xmr

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October 07, 2017, 06:19:37 PM
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I used my CPU Intel core i3 to mining AEON and I mine in my office so I didn't pay the electricity so I can got some profit with long time mining.
Nice move! Just like having everything free for you to use. However, so far, what has it been like cause from the look of things, I am not sure CPUs can really give you something much unless you are just going to be sticking with the coin for just the value later on which seems nice too since you are apparently doing all the operation for free.














 

 

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I am curious if CPU is worth it myself a friend of mine and I are about to starting doing business together and he works for a company that is literally throwing away 2 Blade chassis with 30 CPUs each. I don't know the CPUs they are using but I do know these chassis were in a Citrix environment. We are considering putting these devices in a colocation (because I have some Asics I am putting there anyway) and thinking would it be worth it to mine with these CPUs? Just wanted to get others opinion.
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October 09, 2017, 06:43:31 AM
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I used my CPU Intel core i3 to mining AEON and I mine in my office so I didn't pay the electricity so I can got some profit with long time mining.

how many core you use??
and whats your hashrate?

Don't go with his opinion you will not be able to get the profit atleast you need to bear the electricity cost and your computer will hangs up when you using all the core for mining. If your pc GPU enabled also that will not be good to make profit and all.

Even for altcoin mining also GPU mining will be good not a CPU mining.
The main problem in mining is the problem of electricity rate because of the high utility bills you are not need to cpu because if you will use cpu then it will charge you high electricity bill which will not good for your profit if you want to do mining of altcoin then the best option for you is GPU. It will give you more profit.

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October 12, 2017, 09:29:12 PM
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Biblepay is still good for mining it'seems,  and it is noted at c-cex (rare cpu only coin)
And it makes you feel good because it supports poor orphans  (kids)


Probably woud never mined a cristian coin with a name like biblepay but the Dev is actually really doing his best and the support for the orphans is a really nice touch.
Just check it out ;-)
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October 12, 2017, 10:02:09 PM
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I am deciding between an I5 6500 and an I5 7500 same price but I have heard while the 7500 is obviously faster its apparently louder and has had issues which is why the price is the same as the 6500.  Can either of these even mine effectively? I will be mining GPUs as well and that is my main focus but if I could mine some Monero every now and then with the CPU I would be open but if its not worth it I will probably just get the 6500.

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I have a similar case as antonio88s, in my work i have PC with i5-6500 and electricity for free. I use minergates and give me about 75-70 H / s. Although I have set up using 4 cores but the processor is at 83%. Can you advise me how to use the program better? or how to set it up? or what program I should use ? I will be very grateful. BTW Im mining XMR. Smiley
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Hi,

ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

Thanks

if you can not just cpu, but other devices such as vga more important to mine coin, coin example that can be obtained from mine cpu (btc, eth, and many more) , it is better to learn first a suitable device for mining in order to get a high income , you can see it here:
https://www.nicehash.com/profitability-calculator

if we don't have high end computer, then we can not mining with the good result because it will make our computer get hot and in the long time our computer will get damage. its better to buy gpu or vga card like gtx 1050ti and then we add into our computer then we can start mining. but we need to calculate how much our electricity fee because this is the important thing that we must do so we know how much we can take profit from mining.

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Hi,

ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

Thanks

if you can not just cpu, but other devices such as vga more important to mine coin, coin example that can be obtained from mine cpu (btc, eth, and many more) , it is better to learn first a suitable device for mining in order to get a high income , you can see it here:
https://www.nicehash.com/profitability-calculator

if we don't have high end computer, then we can not mining with the good result because it will make our computer get hot and in the long time our computer will get damage. its better to buy gpu or vga card like gtx 1050ti and then we add into our computer then we can start mining. but we need to calculate how much our electricity fee because this is the important thing that we must do so we know how much we can take profit from mining.

I agree mining efficiency could not be achieved if we don't have reliable hardware to use with the mining operations. That's why its encourage to invest good mining equipment's in order to achieve profitable earnings.

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October 13, 2017, 02:42:13 PM
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VeriumReserve (VRM) is a decent CPU-only mining coin you might want to take a look at. I've been mining it the last couple of weeks. There is a pool and client downloads at http://vrm.poolinat0r.com.

How much have you mined with a standard computer of this coin? The circulation is still very low. Great potential
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October 13, 2017, 06:34:48 PM
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I have 434h/s with Ryzen 1700x @ stock on xmr


only ?  that is not much for such expensive cpu
if i push my fx8300 above 4.4ghz id does also that speed  for only 1/4 price of the ryzen
i run it at 4.1ghz for 400h/s  going down to 385 when i use the computer

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VeriumReserve (VRM) is a decent CPU-only mining coin you might want to take a look at. I've been mining it the last couple of weeks. There is a pool and client downloads at http://vrm.poolinat0r.com.

How much have you mined with a standard computer of this coin? The circulation is still very low. Great potential

verium is very hard to mine i gave up
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October 14, 2017, 02:30:25 AM
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I have 434h/s with Ryzen 1700x @ stock on xmr


only ?  that is not much for such expensive cpu
if i push my fx8300 above 4.4ghz id does also that speed  for only 1/4 price of the ryzen
i run it at 4.1ghz for 400h/s  going down to 385 when i use the computer

It should be more like 634 for a Ryzen 1700x if Overclocked to 4.0 ghz and with locked pages enabled (requires Win 10 Pro, not an option on Home version). That's what I have in my personal workstation and it can do 630 towards 650 on the Nicehash benchmark.

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CPU mining why not?
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VeriumReserve (VRM) is a decent CPU-only mining coin you might want to take a look at. I've been mining it the last couple of weeks. There is a pool and client downloads at http://vrm.poolinat0r.com.

How much have you mined with a standard computer of this coin? The circulation is still very low. Great potential

verium is very hard to mine i gave up

Because the network difficulty is quite high now.



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October 16, 2017, 08:49:08 AM
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit

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October 16, 2017, 09:49:58 AM
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


I get 1550h/s with my dual xeon X5650  Grin
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Can you still mine using your CPU power?

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I have a similar case as antonio88s, in my work i have PC with i5-6500 and electricity for free. I use minergates and give me about 75-70 H / s. Although I have set up using 4 cores but the processor is at 83%. Can you advise me how to use the program better? or how to set it up? or what program I should use ? I will be very grateful. BTW Im mining XMR. Smiley
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


Any links to configs for Aeon ?
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ryzen cpu's are beasts for cpu mining.

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Great post!
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I don't think it can be profitable, even in a along run with free electriscity
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http://bismuth.cz
you get some from this one, par with aeon I'd say
3 laptops with 2-3 years or more old i7 gave near 1 bismuth a day.
They are only dual core, but i set them on 4 threads, seemed to work way better on that coin. Also set down the nonce time.
Not really worth it, but pays for its own electricity at least, and you learn something in the process.

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Thanks for all the input. I have a Intel (6) Core i7 5820K and my hash-rate is about 250 h/s mining Monero with Monero Spelunker and a setting of 7 threads. Setting 7 threads gave me the highest hash-rate while testing different threads. I am a beginner so I might be doing things wrong.

I will try out AEON mining as well, as mentioned by some users in this thread. Currently the network is synching. To bad AEON has no GUI like Monero yet.
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why doesnt exist any profitable CPU mining coin?

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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


I get 1550h/s with my dual xeon X5650  Grin

2150 H/s with a Ryzen 1700X @ 4.0 ghz --- A Threadripper CPU would be about double that. I was sorely tempted to get one of them for my workstation, but aside from mining, I don't really need 32 threads so I stuck with my 8c/16t Ryzen instead. Those Ryzen CPUs are some of the best value I've ever had in a PC.

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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


hi iam newbie on mining and iam mining monero on 15 different computers with i3,i5,i7 various different cpus
can you recommend me some mining pool and configs
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


hi iam newbie on mining and iam mining monero on 15 different computers with i3,i5,i7 various different cpus
can you recommend me some mining pool and configs

you should mine on miningpoolhud? it's a good pool for me in a long time, you can try it!

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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


hi iam newbie on mining and iam mining monero on 15 different computers with i3,i5,i7 various different cpus
can you recommend me some mining pool and configs

you should mine on miningpoolhud? it's a good pool for me in a long time, you can try it!

iam thinking about swithching to aeon what is your hashrate on miningpoolhub?
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


hi iam newbie on mining and iam mining monero on 15 different computers with i3,i5,i7 various different cpus
can you recommend me some mining pool and configs

you should mine on miningpoolhud? it's a good pool for me in a long time, you can try it!

iam thinking about swithching to aeon what is your hashrate on miningpoolhub?
Now, i'm not mining by CPU, i've changed to ASIC. Maybe in the future, you will use ASIC or GPU like me  Wink

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Now, i'm not mining by CPU, i've changed to ASIC. Maybe in the future, you will use ASIC or GPU like me  Wink

you mining AEON with asic ? are you sure mate, how come aeon can mining with asic, is there any asic machine for mining aeon
now im very curious about this, why im not update with this
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


hi iam newbie on mining and iam mining monero on 15 different computers with i3,i5,i7 various different cpus
can you recommend me some mining pool and configs

you should mine on miningpoolhud? it's a good pool for me in a long time, you can try it!

iam thinking about swithching to aeon what is your hashrate on miningpoolhub?
Now, i'm not mining by CPU, i've changed to ASIC. Maybe in the future, you will use ASIC or GPU like me  Wink

i already ordered 2 pieces of d3 november 20-30 batch and i think iam pretty much screwed up  Cheesy
i paid 1700$ for one and 3400$ total but i have free electricity  Smiley
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October 19, 2017, 05:26:56 AM
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I have a similar case as antonio88s, in my work i have PC with i5-6500 and electricity for free. I use minergates and give me about 75-70 H / s. Although I have set up using 4 cores but the processor is at 83%. Can you advise me how to use the program better? or how to set it up? or what program I should use ? I will be very grateful. BTW Im mining XMR. Smiley
I am choosing the middle of an I5 6500 Furthermore a I5 7500 same value Anyhow i bring got notification same time those 7500 may be clearly quicker its Obviously louder Furthermore need required issues which is the reason the value is the same Similarly as the 6500. Camwood whichever for these Indeed going mine effectively? i will be mining GPUs and also blacks What's more that is my fundamental keep tabs Be that Assuming that i Might mine exactly Monero each from time to time with those cpu i might a chance to be open Anyway though its not worth it i will Presumably just get the 6500.

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October 19, 2017, 07:16:48 AM
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


I get 1550h/s with my dual xeon X5650  Grin

2150 H/s with a Ryzen 1700X @ 4.0 ghz --- A Threadripper CPU would be about double that. I was sorely tempted to get one of them for my workstation, but aside from mining, I don't really need 32 threads so I stuck with my 8c/16t Ryzen instead. Those Ryzen CPUs are some of the best value I've ever had in a PC.

Hello, 2150 H/s is it on a monero with 1 processor Ryzen 1700x?
what settings did you apply? how much on a monero does it give out on average after overclocking?
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October 19, 2017, 07:40:49 AM
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well I'll give another vote for aeon! mine it, it you have 4 cores CPU, with proper setting, it will be running in 50% of load when mining
the cryptonight-lite version of AEON algo is more power efficient so your cpu do not consume to much energy
with i5 like 6400 or something similar you'll get about 400-600 h/s
it will give you like 0,5 aeon per 2 days I guess.
so do not sell it, wait. once it will pump, say once in 2-3 month sell and earn x3 or x5 more profit


I get 1550h/s with my dual xeon X5650  Grin

2150 H/s with a Ryzen 1700X @ 4.0 ghz --- A Threadripper CPU would be about double that. I was sorely tempted to get one of them for my workstation, but aside from mining, I don't really need 32 threads so I stuck with my 8c/16t Ryzen instead. Those Ryzen CPUs are some of the best value I've ever had in a PC.

Hello, 2150 H/s is it on a monero with 1 processor Ryzen 1700x?
what settings did you apply? how much on a monero does it give out on average after overclocking?

Monero use algorithm cryptonight and Aeon use Another algorithm cryptonight-light which gives a higher hashrate on the same hardware. My Ryzen 7 1700 without overclocking get around 500 H/s on Monero and 1900 H/s on Aeon. My CPU runs at 3.0 GHz.
I also have an AMD FX-8350 which do 380 H/s on Monero and 1330 H/s on Aeon without any overclocking (4.0 GHz).


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October 19, 2017, 08:28:48 AM
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mining with cpu is not profitable like gpu , u can have ur laptop damage coz of that , but u can set up some rigs to mine with gpu and get more hashrates Cool Cool Cool
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October 19, 2017, 09:21:10 AM
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mining with cpu is not profitable like gpu , u can have ur laptop damage coz of that , but u can set up some rigs to mine with gpu and get more hashrates Cool Cool Cool

You still need a CPU for the GPU rigs so why not just choose a CPU that is profitable for mining like Ryzen 5 1600. I mine with both CPU and GPU and get more profit than by GPU alone.

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October 19, 2017, 09:42:01 AM
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mining with cpu is not profitable like gpu , u can have ur laptop damage coz of that , but u can set up some rigs to mine with gpu and get more hashrates Cool Cool Cool

You still need a CPU for the GPU rigs so why not just choose a CPU that is profitable for mining like Ryzen 5 1600. I mine with both CPU and GPU and get more profit than by GPU alone.

With CPU mining at the same time, your power consumption will go up as well and the returns are usually not as good. Furthermore, the overall temperature of your system will go up as well.
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hi! whatvCPU minings ? how can i have that one? its about on computer windows or what? thankyou for answering.

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October 19, 2017, 12:02:00 PM
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Probably monero... Which CPU you have?

 i tried to mine on my pc using miner gate but no profit Sad
i have ryzen 7 1700 ..is there any good pool to mine/ Smiley

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October 19, 2017, 12:16:33 PM
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Hi OP

CryptoNote based blockchain like others have said is the way to go ie Monero

Try it and see how you go if you have an idle machine to use. Turn on the performance monitors in Windows and see if there's any drop when concurrently mining on your GPU.  Our GUI (PeerHash) uses XMR-STAK for the miner and Dwarf for the pool as well as community hashing 3 times per hour. That is other PeerHash users mine using your address if you're the random winner.  Haven't got around to posting an announcement yet however if you're interesting I can answer questions you may have.  Have fun experimenting !

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October 19, 2017, 11:36:17 PM
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Hi,

ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

Thanks

Any coin with Cryptonight algorithm can be mined using your CPU. Also the profitability of it depends on the coin that you are mining versus the current CPU thay you have and lastly against the current difficulty of the coin you wish or choose to mine.

If you do have that much money to invest then rather go mining on your CPU, better mine with GPU.

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This is the topic that I need. I saw an interview with a guy who started mining Bitcoin when it was 15 cents each. The reason he got into it is because he read that he could subsidize what he paid for the CPU.
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Hi,

ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

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His work is profitable
Verium (VRM)

Verium Hashrate Comparison (Reacties) :

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VRM Profit Calculator:
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Hi,

ist there a coin profitable to mine with cpu?

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Mining with computers central processing unit now cannot actually mining some coins now but you can mining coins like creamcoin. I will advise you  to buy ASIC as cpu mining is outdated. I am currently studying from an expert on how to go into mining and he said I should just close my eyes and buy ASIC as I will have long terms benefits.

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October 20, 2017, 07:17:52 AM
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Which CPU that's good for mining.. please tell me cause i want to buy PC for mining. Thx

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October 20, 2017, 07:25:50 AM
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byhq biblepay is stable no pump-dump shits on it .... and mining is very easy: any problem PM me (win+linux)

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