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August 16, 2017, 06:44:59 PM
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Signatum again profitable, mining at 50MH/s , 4.45$/day
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August 16, 2017, 06:50:05 PM
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Sniff is optimized for 1080ti that's only difference I think. Can I disable one guy from mining by -cdri number in Sniff bat? Can't test it right now, but want to split rig for btc auto convert and strict nist5/skein mining to check differences.

use nemominer 1.7.3 for split rigs

... did anyone see what I wrote?
Well I saw what You wrote, but that wasn't answer to my question Smiley I want to enable only one card for algo switching, and I'll launch separate miner for one algo only. Just wonder if I can pass -cdri into bat file or I have to add it in every miner .ps1

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August 16, 2017, 06:55:53 PM
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Signatum again profitable, mining at 50MH/s , 4.45$/day

Signatum is in the begining of its way. Use my GTX1080Ti to mine SIGT (cold algo with less power consumption compare with other). Will wait about 1$ per SIGT in few month

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August 16, 2017, 07:50:46 PM
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Signatum again profitable, mining at 50MH/s , 4.45$/day

Signatum is in the begining of its way. Use my GTX1080Ti to mine SIGT (cold algo with less power consumption compare with other). Will wait about 1$ per SIGT in few month

Doubt it, internet is screaming scandals, every day something new is happening regarding Sig leaders.
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August 16, 2017, 07:55:22 PM
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Guys,

I have an inquiry- why do you look at values in USD ? - isn't that harmful because USD itself fluctuates ? if you believe in a coin- shouldn't one accumulate and then exchange ?-

It could literally change within seconds. SIGT doesn't even have a charting service yet on tradingview for me to look at a long term view.


For example-i'm still mining ZEC because it is a very good option for my card. That's it- I'll convert them once it rises.

That's my outlook.
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August 16, 2017, 08:14:04 PM
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hello,

I cant find the alexis78 ccminer ? Can someone share a download page please ?
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August 16, 2017, 09:10:26 PM
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hello,

I cant find the alexis78 ccminer ? Can someone share a download page please ?

PM Sent with link and info.

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August 16, 2017, 09:12:44 PM
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Sniff is optimized for 1080ti that's only difference I think. Can I disable one guy from mining by -cdri number in Sniff bat? Can't test it right now, but want to split rig for btc auto convert and strict nist5/skein mining to check differences.

use nemominer 1.7.3 for split rigs

... did anyone see what I wrote?
Well I saw what You wrote, but that wasn't answer to my question Smiley I want to enable only one card for algo switching, and I'll launch separate miner for one algo only. Just wonder if I can pass -cdri into bat file or I have to add it in every miner .ps1

the benching will be off.... yes even if you fix it once it will do it again

why I use nemominer 1.7.3 then add arguments  Wink

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August 16, 2017, 09:27:24 PM
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Guys,

I have an inquiry- why do you look at values in USD ? - isn't that harmful because USD itself fluctuates ? if you believe in a coin- shouldn't one accumulate and then exchange ?-

It could literally change within seconds. SIGT doesn't even have a charting service yet on tradingview for me to look at a long term view.


For example-i'm still mining ZEC because it is a very good option for my card. That's it- I'll convert them once it rises.

That's my outlook.

USD is teh most stable and strongest currency on the planet . . .

What do you imagine is stable?

proof - the chinese put trillions in cash reserves in our dollars because it's so strong. They have no other options

edit - as to why a lot of us cash out...Look up opportunity cost
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August 16, 2017, 10:36:18 PM
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Guys,

I have an inquiry- why do you look at values in USD ? - isn't that harmful because USD itself fluctuates ? if you believe in a coin- shouldn't one accumulate and then exchange ?-

It could literally change within seconds. SIGT doesn't even have a charting service yet on tradingview for me to look at a long term view.


For example-i'm still mining ZEC because it is a very good option for my card. That's it- I'll convert them once it rises.

That's my outlook.

USD is teh most stable and strongest currency on the planet . . .

What do you imagine is stable?

proof - the chinese put trillions in cash reserves in our dollars because it's so strong. They have no other options

edit - as to why a lot of us cash out...Look up opportunity cost

well Euro is still stronger: 1 EUR = 1.17USD
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August 16, 2017, 10:41:16 PM
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Guys,

I have an inquiry- why do you look at values in USD ? - isn't that harmful because USD itself fluctuates ? if you believe in a coin- shouldn't one accumulate and then exchange ?-

It could literally change within seconds. SIGT doesn't even have a charting service yet on tradingview for me to look at a long term view.


For example-i'm still mining ZEC because it is a very good option for my card. That's it- I'll convert them once it rises.

That's my outlook.

USD is teh most stable and strongest currency on the planet . . .

What do you imagine is stable?

proof - the chinese put trillions in cash reserves in our dollars because it's so strong. They have no other options

edit - as to why a lot of us cash out...Look up opportunity cost


that's not how investment works-cashing out at the first sign of pain. I won't get into an argument because we both have different set of beliefs.
I feel like- cashing out at times when you make $4 a day where it used to be $10 - is a huge loss. That's like buying high and selling low lol Either way -you are the master of your domain.
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August 16, 2017, 10:42:09 PM
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Reading about 1070 -makes me feel like buying two 1070 is better than getting 1 x 1080ti

For example 1070 guys are getting ~ on average 400-450 sol - with 1070 single out of box. The 1080ti is getting 700-740 with +150 core and +300 memory.

Skein 1070 are getting 450-550 - 1x 1070

and 1080ti  get 900-990 - with overclock.


Cost wise 1080ti is around what 900-1k

Dual 1070 similar cost ?
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August 16, 2017, 10:50:53 PM
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Reading about 1070 -makes me feel like buying two 1070 is better than getting 1 x 1080ti

For example 1070 guys are getting ~ on average 400-450 sol - with 1070 single out of box. The 1080ti is getting 700-740 with +150 core and +300 memory.

Skein 1070 are getting 450-550 - 1x 1070

and 1080ti  get 900-990 - with overclock.


Cost wise 1080ti is around what 900-1k

Dual 1070 similar cost ?

1080ti costs about 1.8x what a 1070 costs, for 1.6x the hashrate.

but there are a lot of benefits to a single card, fewer cables and risers, less troubleshooting, and if you want to game with it a 1080ti is superior to SLI'd 1070 cards in almost every single benchmark

24" PCI-E cables with 16AWG wires and stripped ends - great for server PSU mods, best prices https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563461
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August 16, 2017, 10:53:38 PM
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Reading about 1070 -makes me feel like buying two 1070 is better than getting 1 x 1080ti

For example 1070 guys are getting ~ on average 400-450 sol - with 1070 single out of box. The 1080ti is getting 700-740 with +150 core and +300 memory.

Skein 1070 are getting 450-550 - 1x 1070

and 1080ti  get 900-990 - with overclock.


Cost wise 1080ti is around what 900-1k

Dual 1070 similar cost ?

1080ti costs about 1.8x what a 1070 costs, for 1.6x the hashrate.

but there are a lot of benefits to a single card, fewer cables and risers, less troubleshooting, and if you want to game with it a 1080ti is superior to SLI'd 1070 cards in almost every single benchmark


Games aside, just for mining. Makes it seem like- 1070 dual instead of 1x1080ti is a better choice. Is that why they are selling like hot cakes compared to 1080ti?
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August 16, 2017, 10:56:04 PM
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Based on simple empirical approach, pointing 1080Ti towards XZC, got me into believing that accumulating this coin is actually worth it. lyra2z algo stresses GPU a lot less - temperatures are lower more than 10C° @100% TDP (default settings) compared to ZEC statistics. Power graph shows ~2.4kW for XZC and 2.7kW when hashing ZEC. All about marginal gains these days ...

Heuristic for finding the minimum of an objective.
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August 16, 2017, 11:25:06 PM
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Reading about 1070 -makes me feel like buying two 1070 is better than getting 1 x 1080ti

For example 1070 guys are getting ~ on average 400-450 sol - with 1070 single out of box. The 1080ti is getting 700-740 with +150 core and +300 memory.

Skein 1070 are getting 450-550 - 1x 1070

and 1080ti  get 900-990 - with overclock.


Cost wise 1080ti is around what 900-1k

Dual 1070 similar cost ?

1080ti costs about 1.8x what a 1070 costs, for 1.6x the hashrate.

but there are a lot of benefits to a single card, fewer cables and risers, less troubleshooting, and if you want to game with it a 1080ti is superior to SLI'd 1070 cards in almost every single benchmark

what klondike said + i don't see big crash in crypto coming this year, but if it does, i see 1080ti reasale value being much better than 1070. percentage wise

Aorus 108tti extreme cards might not be the best, or the cheapest BUT they have 4 year warranty
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August 16, 2017, 11:46:31 PM
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Guys,

I have an inquiry- why do you look at values in USD ? - isn't that harmful because USD itself fluctuates ? if you believe in a coin- shouldn't one accumulate and then exchange ?-

It could literally change within seconds. SIGT doesn't even have a charting service yet on tradingview for me to look at a long term view.


For example-i'm still mining ZEC because it is a very good option for my card. That's it- I'll convert them once it rises.

That's my outlook.

USD is teh most stable and strongest currency on the planet . . .

What do you imagine is stable?

proof - the chinese put trillions in cash reserves in our dollars because it's so strong. They have no other options

edit - as to why a lot of us cash out...Look up opportunity cost

well Euro is still stronger: 1 EUR = 1.17USD

...

The British pound is very strong by that metric too, or was

No one with sense would put their cash reserves in teh Euro

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August 16, 2017, 11:51:28 PM
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Reading about 1070 -makes me feel like buying two 1070 is better than getting 1 x 1080ti

For example 1070 guys are getting ~ on average 400-450 sol - with 1070 single out of box. The 1080ti is getting 700-740 with +150 core and +300 memory.

Skein 1070 are getting 450-550 - 1x 1070

and 1080ti  get 900-990 - with overclock.


Cost wise 1080ti is around what 900-1k

Dual 1070 similar cost ?

1080ti costs about 1.8x what a 1070 costs, for 1.6x the hashrate.

but there are a lot of benefits to a single card, fewer cables and risers, less troubleshooting, and if you want to game with it a 1080ti is superior to SLI'd 1070 cards in almost every single benchmark

what klondike said + i don't see big crash in crypto coming this year, but if it does, i see 1080ti reasale value being much better than 1070. percentage wise

Aorus 108tti extreme cards might not be the best, or the cheapest BUT they have 4 year warranty
The best thing about 1080ti is density. You got 1 card, 1 riser set, 2 power supply per 6xrig (or server psu) and you're getting 2 full 1070 rigs with cost of 1 MOBO, 1 CPU ,1 RAM , 1 HDD and 1 OS.
I'll have my 3x1080ti order shipped by monday, by far i think they are the best cards for mining. Got 2x MSI Gaming X on board, ordered another one, one Zotac Amp Extreme core & one Asus ROG Strix.
Choosed different ones because of sale and stupid 1GPU/Customer restrictions.
But as far as I see Zotac has 5 years warranty and boosted clock, can't find any recent informations about Asus, can any owner share stats? Smiley

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August 17, 2017, 12:10:29 AM
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Hi there, i´ve been reading you guys by a cocuple of weeks already;  Im an architect and i have 2 gtx 1060 and 2 gtx 1070 spared getting dust since im not doing any rendering work anymore, out of curiosity i just started mining, right now Zcash at Flypool getting $6.8 a day; is this an ok income based on my hardware? or am i doing something completely wrong?.. thanks in advance guys..
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August 17, 2017, 12:26:18 AM
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The best thing about 1080ti is density. You got 1 card, 1 riser set, 2 power supply per 6xrig (or server psu) and you're getting 2 full 1070 rigs with cost of 1 MOBO, 1 CPU ,1 RAM , 1 HDD and 1 OS.

One 1080ti rig will never be 2 full 1070 rigs, especially if you are mining ETH.

Its ~36MH per 1080ti and ~30MH per 1070. So thats more or less like 1 1080ti rig = 1.2 1070 rig (36/30=1.2).

It actually depends on the scale of mining you want to do. 1070s will ROI faster if you just plan on mining at home.

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