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Author Topic: 1080Ti Specific - Best mining option  (Read 219993 times)
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August 13, 2017, 11:35:29 AM
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It seems XLR could be a good option for 1080Ti owners. Let's wait a little bit, all altcoins go down
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August 13, 2017, 12:00:40 PM
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It seems XLR could be a good option for 1080Ti owners. Let's wait a little bit, all altcoins go down

Seems to have some good profitably potential.
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August 13, 2017, 12:17:53 PM
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Whats the average hash of the 1080Ti on this XLR algo?
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August 13, 2017, 12:31:48 PM
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Whats the average hash of the 1080Ti on this XLR algo?

The miner is showing ~80 MH/s for me at 75% power limit
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August 13, 2017, 12:38:11 PM
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Is someone mining Bitcore? What is Your hashrate at timetravel?
As for Solaris, someone can share miner that work with nist5? On sp_mod I've got 'Denied memory access error' after few seconds, alexis78 cant start at all Sad

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August 13, 2017, 12:41:44 PM
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Whats the average hash of the 1080Ti on this XLR algo?

The miner is showing ~80 MH/s for me at 75% power limit

this give only 2$ on whattomine... i know this site is not 100 accurate ..

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August 13, 2017, 12:47:58 PM
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Whats the average hash of the 1080Ti on this XLR algo?

The miner is showing ~80 MH/s for me at 75% power limit

this give only 2$ on whattomine... i know this site is not 100 accurate ..
Well, it's kinda accurate for now. But this coin has a really good chance to double it's value.
Same as Bitcore, you'll get around ~5coins per day by 2x1080ti. Not so good, not so bad, still income = income.

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August 13, 2017, 12:59:10 PM
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Whats the average hash of the 1080Ti on this XLR algo?

The miner is showing ~80 MH/s for me at 75% power limit

this give only 2$ on whattomine... i know this site is not 100 accurate ..
Well, it's kinda accurate for now. But this coin has a really good chance to double it's value.
Same as Bitcore, you'll get around ~5coins per day by 2x1080ti. Not so good, not so bad, still income = income.

Yeah I calculated ~4 AUD per day for the coin per card. I also think it has a chance to double in value in the near future.
Bitcore wasn't going too well for me, with 2x 1080ti getting ~3 coins over the last 24 hours on Suprnova.
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August 13, 2017, 01:03:39 PM
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For coins like SIGT and BitCore i dont like suprnova pool - Yea it's stable as no pool around, good pretty fast frontend, but controling 90% of NET hash in SIGT (like it was in past few days) is kinda scary. Not to mention that the more miners in pool, the less revenue You will get in long run. I've been mining SIGT on CWI pool and my income grew from ~30-40 SIGT per card to ~40-60 SIGT (Of course, diff matters too). Still getting little more from smaller pool, but need to count on luck factor more.

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August 13, 2017, 01:29:26 PM
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I'm getting PNY 1080ti  and another card in my pc is 1080-

So I'll let the PNY run 24/7 and no output towards display whilst 1080 does gaming and mining when not in use. -So it won't be SLI


The way alt coins are doing right now- the expensive cards will take very long for ROI however, once that's done- they will  make more.


Also guys, keep in mind- founders edition card or "blower style" are good for compact PC or small form factor PC

If you have an open rig then you don't need to get "blower style" -however, I've noticed founders edition cards have a way of staying better in terms of value later in life.

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August 13, 2017, 02:04:57 PM
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For coins like SIGT and BitCore i dont like suprnova pool - Yea it's stable as no pool around, good pretty fast frontend, but controling 90% of NET hash in SIGT (like it was in past few days) is kinda scary. Not to mention that the more miners in pool, the less revenue You will get in long run. I've been mining SIGT on CWI pool and my income grew from ~30-40 SIGT per card to ~40-60 SIGT (Of course, diff matters too). Still getting little more from smaller pool, but need to count on luck factor more.

Thanks for the tip Smiley
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August 13, 2017, 04:38:55 PM
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What are people mining these days? LBRY still..?

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August 13, 2017, 05:08:14 PM
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Well, last days I'be been mining DGB (with recent dump profits is still stable because of diff decrease), SIGT and DNR (because of testing CWIgm miner). Every coin gave me nearly same profit (except DNR towith odds toward SIGT). I'm thinking about switching for some time to Solaris or BitCore, but for Solaris I can't make my miners to start mining longer than 1min, and with BitCore... I don't like coins that have such small rewards , because price violence can screw all your income. With eg. DGB 1satoshi loss means around 600satoshi overall loss, with BitCore 300-400 satoshi loss ends up with 1.5k satoshi loss .

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August 13, 2017, 05:41:07 PM
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Also guys, keep in mind- founders edition card or "blower style" are good for compact PC or small form factor PC

They are good for nothing. If you have a small case, usage of FE inside of it will kill Video Card way faster than at usual rate.
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August 13, 2017, 06:08:33 PM
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Only mining skein and nist5 at hashrefinery atm.
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August 13, 2017, 06:11:38 PM
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Guys I have an inquiry.

Does the drastic fall in price also mean fall in difficulty ?

Ergo- mining a coin that is getting raped a better proposition?
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August 13, 2017, 06:13:51 PM
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Also guys, keep in mind- founders edition card or "blower style" are good for compact PC or small form factor PC

They are good for nothing. If you have a small case, usage of FE inside of it will kill Video Card way faster than at usual rate.


The reason it is a blower style is because it'll direct air towards the back-others will recycle hot air thus keeping the card hotter.

Heat is generating due to current passing-if you are dissipating heat properly -cards will enjoy their life.

Also-Blower style cards are also useful if you want to water cool, however, I highly doubt any miner water cools their card lol
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August 13, 2017, 06:16:37 PM
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Also guys, keep in mind- founders edition card or "blower style" are good for compact PC or small form factor PC

They are good for nothing. If you have a small case, usage of FE inside of it will kill Video Card way faster than at usual rate.

Yeah...mine are good for nothing, I should just throw them in the trash!!

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August 13, 2017, 06:21:05 PM
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Also guys, keep in mind- founders edition card or "blower style" are good for compact PC or small form factor PC

They are good for nothing. If you have a small case, usage of FE inside of it will kill Video Card way faster than at usual rate.

Yeah...mine are good for nothing, I should just throw them in the trash!!




Nice cards.
Wouldn't you be better off with an open frame rig?
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August 13, 2017, 06:24:12 PM
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Also guys, keep in mind- founders edition card or "blower style" are good for compact PC or small form factor PC

They are good for nothing. If you have a small case, usage of FE inside of it will kill Video Card way faster than at usual rate.

Yeah...mine are good for nothing, I should just throw them in the trash!!


Nice case, did You modify normal case by yourself?
For me I'm keeping all standard PC parts inside case, and have risers pulled out and placed on top of case to have "closed/open-air case" Smiley

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