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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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August 17, 2017, 12:33:55 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.

Mining Eth on a GTX 1080 Ti is like wanking with a cheese grater... slightly amusing but mostly painful.   There are plenty of far better options out there for that particular GPU. Imo, if your budget can afford it then a 6 x GTX 1080 Ti rig is the best option out there.

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August 17, 2017, 12:34:26 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.
Well, IMO if You are mining for ROI there is a lot of better altcoins (and algos for 1080ti) to mine than ETH that will bring You overall same or more BTC/ETH than 2x1070rigs.
That will kill ROI. Dont mine ETH with 1080ti. Mine alts and trade to crypto of your choice.
For sure autotrading is best ROI killer. When you are making ~3.5$/day but could have cashout once a week and get 7$ per card.
BUT if you want to hodl, yeah ETH could be good bet.

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August 17, 2017, 01:21:52 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.

no one should be mining eth...
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August 17, 2017, 02:48:27 AM
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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.

Leass, have you tested (very likely though) all these cards side-by-side with default settings? I've been wondering how big of a difference there is between them. Would anyone spend that extra money if the cards actually hash at the same rate with stock factory settings.
One of the reasonings for spending extra is relying on the resale price in the future. For example, buying second hand Galax/KFA2 or Gigabyte Aorus 18 months later? It's like, Galax who, but costs less for sure and could earn you the same money while crunching bits.

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August 17, 2017, 03:16:29 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.
Well, IMO if You are mining for ROI there is a lot of better altcoins (and algos for 1080ti) to mine than ETH that will bring You overall same or more BTC/ETH than 2x1070rigs.
That will kill ROI. Dont mine ETH with 1080ti. Mine alts and trade to crypto of your choice.
For sure autotrading is best ROI killer. When you are making ~3.5$/day but could have cashout once a week and get 7$ per card.
BUT if you want to hodl, yeah ETH could be good bet.



What do you mean by autotrading?  Like the giant multipools that automatically convert what you mine to btc?
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August 17, 2017, 03:42:39 AM
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What do you mean by autotrading?  Like the giant multipools that automatically convert what you mine to btc?
Your miner is set to mine SIGT, pool receives shares for SIGT, you get paid SIGT in the background, pool bot continuously moves your earnings (let's say accumulated earnings every 15min) to supported exchange, automatically sell SIGT/buy BTC and nominate transacted BTC to your account. Now the SIGT/BTC rate for that particular transaction may not be the most favourable. I assume this is what you were asking...
What has been pointed out is you accumulate SIGT, then move SIGT to exchange and make the transaction yourself when candle chart has some nice green bars in the higher ranges. Though, writing about it is always easier than applying the theory in real situations.

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August 17, 2017, 07:46:19 AM
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After 24 hours of mining skein and nist5 algo auto converting to BTC I can report that each card making around $6 a day.

75% TDP

+120 core

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August 17, 2017, 09:50:52 AM
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After 24 hours of mining skein and nist5 algo auto converting to BTC I can report that each card making around $6 a day.

75% TDP

+120 core
Can you please give a link to the miner.
I used alexis vs ~1000mh per 1080 ti and 50% of time it worked normally.Now it shows same 7000mh per 7 cards rig,but on the pool side its 3.700 only.
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August 17, 2017, 12:34:48 PM
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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.

Leass, have you tested (very likely though) all these cards side-by-side with default settings? I've been wondering how big of a difference there is between them. Would anyone spend that extra money if the cards actually hash at the same rate with stock factory settings.
One of the reasonings for spending extra is relying on the resale price in the future. For example, buying second hand Galax/KFA2 or Gigabyte Aorus 18 months later? It's like, Galax who, but costs less for sure and could earn you the same money while crunching bits.
Still waiting for order to be delivered, but from what I saw, Zotac hashes (lets take Skunk as example) at around 49-50.5H(dont know if it was OC or not), Asus at 50-51.5mh, and MSI at 52.5mh (OC).
It's a bit of difference, but Zotac give 5 year warranty, Asus are kids FTW, and I've got MSI's on board, so thats why  i ordered another Cheesy
For all mining skein - You can lower your memory clocks - You'll save energy/enable more juice to core, and got better efficiency (~4.6MH/W). Skein isn't memory hard algo, and 1080ti keeps memory clocks high even with downclocking.

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August 17, 2017, 01:00:30 PM
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Hs degradation after 12 hrs of minig

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August 17, 2017, 01:01:52 PM
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After 24 hours of mining skein and nist5 algo auto converting to BTC I can report that each card making around $6 a day.

75% TDP

+120 core
Can you please give a link to the miner.
I used alexis vs ~1000mh per 1080 ti and 50% of time it worked normally.Now it shows same 7000mh per 7 cards rig,but on the pool side its 3.700 only.

I'm using alexis-1.1 palginmod. Don't have a link for it but im sure google knows:)

I've noticed that the pool sometimes shows lower mh/s as well...What was your earnings per card?

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August 17, 2017, 02:14:07 PM
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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..
I`d be not wasting time on Zcash. With right miner you can get over 106mh with Sigt (Signatum). At current diff and prices est. 9.6usd. http://nullspam.ru/nodes/signatum/ - put your mh/s there and you`ll see. Miner`s - alexis78 v1.0, krnlx, palginmod - is free.
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August 17, 2017, 02:20:05 PM
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About $5 per card...
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August 17, 2017, 02:21:41 PM
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The popular and profitable signatum sp-mod kernel has been released in version #8 (0.05 btc subscription miner)

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August 17, 2017, 02:24:52 PM
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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..
I`d be not wasting time on Zcash. With right miner you can get over 106mh with Sigt (Signatum). At current diff and prices est. 9.6usd. http://nullspam.ru/nodes/signatum/ - put your mh/s there and you`ll see. Miner`s - alexis78 v1.0, krnlx, palginmod - is free.

thank you very much, will look for that miner asap
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August 17, 2017, 02:29:33 PM
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The popular and profitable signatum sp-mod kernel has been released in version #8 (0.05 btc subscription miner)

Sp, can you explain why in mod#8 64bit  miner crashes with -i 26 after some time? Seems that -i 25.5 works fine, but at earlier versions all was normal at -i 26. 
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August 17, 2017, 02:39:16 PM
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Don't use the 64bit build. The 32 bit build with -I 25.6 is faster
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August 17, 2017, 03:06:23 PM
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Signatum is the riskiest bet right now imo. The last flash dump was very suspicious. I'm holding some but I stopped mining, the difficulty is not great right now.
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