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May 17, 2017, 06:16:27 PM
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I have some R7950 (3GB), R9 270X (2GB), R9 280X (3GB) laying around. Since electricity is pretty cheap around here (~$0.09), I would like to power them on.

Any coin suggestions? Equihash algo probably preferred, I've done Zclassic before and it was running smoothly with no overheat. I'd like to support new and innovative projects.
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May 17, 2017, 06:36:45 PM
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Well, Zclassic is doing well right now and has a fork called Zen coming up on about a week. I don't know if ZCL will maintain the momentum it has right now after that fork, but Zen itself might be something good to jump on. Those GPUs should do well with the Equihash algorithm.

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May 17, 2017, 07:56:04 PM
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I have some R7950 (3GB), R9 270X (2GB), R9 280X (3GB) laying around. Since electricity is pretty cheap around here (~$0.09), I would like to power them on.

Any coin suggestions? Equihash algo probably preferred, I've done Zclassic before and it was running smoothly with no overheat. I'd like to support new and innovative projects.
$0.09 isn't that cheap taking in consideration the cards you have are power hungry , but it's right the best you can mine and most effictive is equihash coins zcl zec hush there is alot , specialy the r9 280 is very good at this coins

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