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August 14, 2017, 11:17:10 AM
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that is such a load of horseshit. 90% of my gpus are below 60 C
Are we still talking about 1080 ti? Brief search at google.com will show that even with water cooling this gpu has 45-55 C. Countless reviews of 1080 ti also say that one gpu with Air cooling operates at 80-84 C. When it comes to farm, situation is even worse, because we hold all those gpus in close proximity to one another.

I can confirm i have 12 1080 Ti all running below 70 C at 9cm apart. With only Air cooling and overclocked.
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August 14, 2017, 11:38:05 AM
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14 cm between cards. TDP 90%
http://imgur.com/a/V61IS
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August 14, 2017, 12:18:19 PM
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14 cm between cards. TDP 90%
http://imgur.com/a/V61IS

Now I`m totally lost. Can you please tell me exact model of your 1080 ti? Link would be even better.
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August 14, 2017, 12:27:56 PM
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I can also confirm that I have 23 1080 Ti (all FE's) all running between 62 - 70 C, overclocked and just air cooled.

Bytheway I'm mining Signatum.
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August 14, 2017, 12:30:33 PM
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14 cm between cards. TDP 90%
http://imgur.com/a/V61IS

Now I`m totally lost. Can you please tell me exact model of your 1080 ti? Link would be even better.

2x1080ti Palit JS 1x1070 Palit JS. 1070 in the middle

https://i.imgur.com/0zubwQ4.jpg
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August 14, 2017, 12:40:47 PM
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2x1080ti Palit JS 1x1070 Palit JS. 1070 in the middle
A single 3-card rig is irrelevant to the discussion. It doesn't produce anywhere close to the amount of heat that 12 (or more) 6-card rigs does.
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August 14, 2017, 12:45:39 PM
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2x1080ti Palit JS 1x1070 Palit JS. 1070 in the middle
A single 3-card rig is irrelevant to the discussion.

agreed, but i dont think, that if i got 20 cards, temp will be higher than 65 deg in same configuration.
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August 14, 2017, 01:32:44 PM
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Yeah...mine are good for nothing, I should just throw them in the trash!!

That`s a truly good example of how your shouldn`t keep your cards. I`m not trying to be rude, just a simple tip. Btw, I also have 5 x 1080 ti and I know what kind of heat they generate.
Ask folks here about their GPU average clock and temperature, because right now you are not only killing your gpus, you also lose money due to overheat when mining.

There`s one exception: u`ve got air conditioner located just above this case.

This is running in a datacenter with AC and hot/cold aisles...so I'm actually going to try fitting in another 1 or even 2 1080 ti FE's soon Cheesy



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August 14, 2017, 02:45:45 PM
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14 cm between cards. TDP 90%


Now I`m totally lost. Can you please tell me exact model of your 1080 ti? Link would be even better.

2x1080ti Palit JS 1x1070 Palit JS. 1070 in the middle



What miner do you use?

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August 14, 2017, 03:44:58 PM
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14 cm between cards. TDP 90%
http://imgur.com/a/V61IS

Now I`m totally lost. Can you please tell me exact model of your 1080 ti? Link would be even better.

2x1080ti Palit JS 1x1070 Palit JS. 1070 in the middle

https://i.imgur.com/0zubwQ4.jpg

What miner do you use?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=770064.msg20854368#msg20854368
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August 14, 2017, 03:56:04 PM
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Temperature around 60 degree during mining is impossible without water cooling or powerfull external air conditioning. My guess: something is wrong  with sensors of your Zotacs.
Let`s assume that you significantly decreased power voltage and gpu core clock. You`d lose around 25-30% of power to make it happen, but decreased voltage would make your system highly unstable, so once again - something is wrong with your sensor or you are using external air conditioning.

that is such a load of horseshit. 90% of my gpus are below 60 C

Yes indeed. Load of horseshit!  Grin My gpu stays below 60 C all times, running 24/7. Overclocked and aircooled.
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August 14, 2017, 07:40:29 PM
Last edit: August 14, 2017, 07:58:44 PM by universalresonance
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Guys just keep in mind- FE edition cards run hotter than after market option. Also, I have 1 x1080ti and it's always between 74-79- ALWAYS lol

I'm at 100% power and 185+ clock core.

Even at idle I'm at over 50 C


Also, Vega has so much RAW horsepower- but huge consumption especially if you overclock then murderous.

I'm thinking of cancelling my 1080ti order and get Vega-just 1 lol


Edit-my room is right next to where the sun stays all day- at night the card actually is below 74

Edit- coincidentally- I saw the card online up for pre-order before all you big ballers purchase it- I placed a pre-order. I got the limited edition -I get two free games lol

Vega 64 - it'll need minimum 750w PSU ** suggested - and requirement is 2-8pin connectors and PCie-x16
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August 14, 2017, 08:21:07 PM
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asus 1080 ti strix 11 gb
gpu boost 1735 (+128)
gpu voltage 71 (+71)
mem clock 11560 (+550)
fan speed 80%
power target 104 (+4)

steady at 54°, mining at 996.93 MH/s skein
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August 14, 2017, 08:39:25 PM
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We have one rig with 6 x GTX 1080 Ti running at 80% power, 60% fan, +150 Core, stock Mem... with temps anywhere from 45C (during cool nights) to 65C during hot days. This is in a well ventilated room with 9 rigs x 6 GPUs each. Typically the temps on those particular GPUs are in the high 50s or low 60s during the day right now. Note that we are in a relatively norther climate so we don't have to deal with super hot ambient temperatures very often (if at all).
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August 14, 2017, 09:28:19 PM
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Unlike zpool where you lose 10-20% a day sometimes due to DDOS.  

And you lose 20% that the pool owner steals.  I did my own testing and it confirmed the findings of many others here.

Its a pool for lazy noobs and botnets; anyone with a brain can make more profit anywhere else.

I have been using zpool for around 8 months.  They do not steal anything.  It is the same as every other pool they sometimes get Ddos.  Yimp etc are no exception.

You can see a gap in the graph when it gets hit with DDOS.  If there is no gap I get exactly what I expect to get in a payout.  All you did was google and find some  moron that doesn't understand what is happening claim they were stealing.

It is not in the best interest of the zpool guy to fake ddos attacks before when they happen you get a massive amount of people leaving for a few days.
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August 14, 2017, 10:26:44 PM
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I allready have 2x ASUS strix 1080ti and EVGA G2 1300w.
PSU has 6x 8pin for GPU, GPU has 2x 8pin.
Is there a safe 8x to 2x gpu cable?
Or i can order this one?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/8Pin-to-Dual-8-Pin-6Pin-2Pin-PCI-E-Video-Card-Power-Cable-of-Antec-Neo-ECO-PSU-/171983093036?hash=item280afdbd2c:g:NAQAAOSwjDZYgj2K

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August 14, 2017, 10:31:06 PM
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Yeah...mine are good for nothing, I should just throw them in the trash!!

That`s a truly good example of how your shouldn`t keep your cards. I`m not trying to be rude, just a simple tip. Btw, I also have 5 x 1080 ti and I know what kind of heat they generate.
Ask folks here about their GPU average clock and temperature, because right now you are not only killing your gpus, you also lose money due to overheat when mining.

There`s one exception: u`ve got air conditioner located just above this case.
so what's the ideal way for 1080 ti miner ? Open Case ?


Mine are in open air racks



Still pretty hot, my mining room is about 35 degrees near the back. Those cards are 80% TDP, 80-90% fan, 77 degrees.  
Cards closer to entrance is in 30 degrees ambient, 70% fan, 73 degrees, same 80% tdp.

Pascal's pretty sensitive to temperature, my FE cards hash 2-3% slower than the Evga SC2 cards as they are 10-15 degrees higher.

The racks have standard 16 inch home fans blowing on them.

What power supplies are on those FE Racks? I am struggling to get enough power cables with my PSU's.
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August 14, 2017, 11:37:43 PM
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asus 1080 ti strix 11 gb
gpu boost 1735 (+128)
gpu voltage 71 (+71)
mem clock 11560 (+550)
fan speed 80%
power target 104 (+4)

steady at 54°, mining at 996.93 MH/s skein

The temperature of 1080ti depends much with room temperature, and which algorithm during mining. I never tried skein, maybe it is good on temperature.

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August 15, 2017, 01:44:48 AM
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Hey new member here, currently finishing off GTI 1080 TI rig, have few PNYs right now and adding more as I can afford. What is the consensus on the most profitable coin to mine currently?

I'm doing ~700 sols on Zcash per card but was reading about SIGT having or may still have potential for higher profits? Where do you guys even trade SIGT for bitcoin? I'm only on Poloniex and was using Bitfinex

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August 15, 2017, 01:57:21 AM
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Hey new member here, currently finishing off GTI 1080 TI rig, have few PNYs right now and adding more as I can afford. What is the consensus on the most profitable coin to mine currently?

I'm doing ~700 sols on Zcash per card but was reading about SIGT having or may still have potential for higher profits? Where do you guys even trade SIGT for bitcoin? I'm only on Poloniex and was using Bitfinex

Sigt now at some saga stage and hope they can pull thru. Saw many damager going on along with supporter.
Trading is via cryptopia.

Miner as i can see drop 30-40% since last two days.
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