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August 18, 2017, 02:59:05 PM
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there's only cryptopia exchange (and maybe now Nova) having sigt

So can mining to Cryptopia sigt wallet directly ?
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August 18, 2017, 03:00:30 PM
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@kaydenC wow 73-77, be prepared for RMAs haha ;p  
No, but really, i cant imagine running cards for more than 6 months 24/7 at that temp, i dont do over 60, and thats just the "one hot card" that usually happens.
50° is my usual, makes for long life, is 7% hash really worth almost 30°? DAMN :/

I have 280x that are still running @ 80c after all those years (yes, 24/24, 7/7)

And if you take a look at the back of the box of some 1080Ti FE, it says they are built to run 24/24 7/7 @ 70c for ... 10 years (maybe 12 , I have the boxes somewhere). I doubt the fan would hold ten years but Im pretty sure the memory and the processor can last 10 years with proper cooling (aka replacing the blower after a few years).
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August 18, 2017, 03:45:05 PM
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Aynone else getting gpu usage spikes from 100% to 0% with latest ccminer 2.2? Also power usage fluctuating from zero to what ever I have set. Example 0% -> 70%

Is there a solution to fix this? Thanks for help guys  Tongue

I don't know, what i notice is a 1080ti founder edition is always stable, the gigabyte gaming OC has performance fluctuate. It goes from 40 to 52MH

What intensity? Lowering it seems better for stability in my case.

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August 18, 2017, 03:46:33 PM
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@kaydenC wow 73-77, be prepared for RMAs haha ;p  
No, but really, i cant imagine running cards for more than 6 months 24/7 at that temp, i dont do over 60, and thats just the "one hot card" that usually happens.
50° is my usual, makes for long life, is 7% hash really worth almost 30°? DAMN :/

I have 280x that are still running @ 80c after all those years (yes, 24/24, 7/7)

And if you take a look at the back of the box of some 1080Ti FE, it says they are built to run 24/24 7/7 @ 70c for ... 10 years (maybe 12 , I have the boxes somewhere). I doubt the fan would hold ten years but Im pretty sure the memory and the processor can last 10 years with proper cooling (aka replacing the blower after a few years).


Good but have you free electricity?
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August 18, 2017, 03:49:50 PM
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there's only cryptopia exchange (and maybe now Nova) having sigt

So can mining to Cryptopia sigt wallet directly ?

yes , thats what im doing

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August 18, 2017, 03:56:49 PM
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@kaydenC wow 73-77, be prepared for RMAs haha ;p  
No, but really, i cant imagine running cards for more than 6 months 24/7 at that temp, i dont do over 60, and thats just the "one hot card" that usually happens.
50° is my usual, makes for long life, is 7% hash really worth almost 30°? DAMN :/

I have 280x that are still running @ 80c after all those years (yes, 24/24, 7/7)

And if you take a look at the back of the box of some 1080Ti FE, it says they are built to run 24/24 7/7 @ 70c for ... 10 years (maybe 12 , I have the boxes somewhere). I doubt the fan would hold ten years but Im pretty sure the memory and the processor can last 10 years with proper cooling (aka replacing the blower after a few years).


Good but have you free electricity?

and your point is ?
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August 18, 2017, 04:25:23 PM
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@kaydenC wow 73-77, be prepared for RMAs haha ;p  
No, but really, i cant imagine running cards for more than 6 months 24/7 at that temp, i dont do over 60, and thats just the "one hot card" that usually happens.
50° is my usual, makes for long life, is 7% hash really worth almost 30°? DAMN :/

I have 280x that are still running @ 80c after all those years (yes, 24/24, 7/7)

And if you take a look at the back of the box of some 1080Ti FE, it says they are built to run 24/24 7/7 @ 70c for ... 10 years (maybe 12 , I have the boxes somewhere). I doubt the fan would hold ten years but Im pretty sure the memory and the processor can last 10 years with proper cooling (aka replacing the blower after a few years).


Good but have you free electricity?

and your point is ?

Mine with 280x is not really profitable if you pay electricity
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August 18, 2017, 04:31:11 PM
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I think mining SIGT with the ccminer 2.2 was ruining one of my card, woke up this morning to it running at 30 degrees, says its processing 2000kH/s, and it smelt somewhat smokey in the office. Rebooted and went back to Zcash and everything appears to be fine.

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August 18, 2017, 05:05:37 PM
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Ok the final piece of my first ever mining rig arrived today - the 1080Ti Gigabyte OC. I'll be building it over the weekend.

Any advice on the best miner that I can keep my coins rather than turn them straight into BTC? This is my first attempt at mining so go easy. And yes I know I've missed the bubble but intend to trade any coins mined on my existing Polo account.

Many thanks!
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August 18, 2017, 05:12:35 PM
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I have just released nist5 and blake2s sp-mod (0.05btc each)

pm for details.

here is a comparison with ccminer 1.0.0 alexei. (gtx 1070 gigabyte g1 gaming +160 core, -500 memory)

NIST 5:


Blake 2s:

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August 18, 2017, 05:24:24 PM
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@kaydenC wow 73-77, be prepared for RMAs haha ;p  
No, but really, i cant imagine running cards for more than 6 months 24/7 at that temp, i dont do over 60, and thats just the "one hot card" that usually happens.
50° is my usual, makes for long life, is 7% hash really worth almost 30°? DAMN :/

I have 280x that are still running @ 80c after all those years (yes, 24/24, 7/7)

And if you take a look at the back of the box of some 1080Ti FE, it says they are built to run 24/24 7/7 @ 70c for ... 10 years (maybe 12 , I have the boxes somewhere). I doubt the fan would hold ten years but Im pretty sure the memory and the processor can last 10 years with proper cooling (aka replacing the blower after a few years).


Good but have you free electricity?

and your point is ?

Mine with 280x is not really profitable if you pay electricity

its because you are selling your coins instead of keeping them and your electricity bill is probably at least 3 times what we pay here.
As for the cards, they paid themselves a few times already.
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August 18, 2017, 06:07:59 PM
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Aynone else getting gpu usage spikes from 100% to 0% with latest ccminer 2.2? Also power usage fluctuating from zero to what ever I have set. Example 0% -> 70%

Is there a solution to fix this? Thanks for help guys  Tongue

I don't know, what i notice is a 1080ti founder edition is always stable, the gigabyte gaming OC has performance fluctuate. It goes from 40 to 52MH

What intensity? Lowering it seems better for stability in my case.

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August 18, 2017, 06:12:40 PM
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Aynone else getting gpu usage spikes from 100% to 0% with latest ccminer 2.2? Also power usage fluctuating from zero to what ever I have set. Example 0% -> 70%

Is there a solution to fix this? Thanks for help guys  Tongue

I don't know, what i notice is a 1080ti founder edition is always stable, the gigabyte gaming OC has performance fluctuate. It goes from 40 to 52MH

What intensity? Lowering it seems better for stability in my case.

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Didn't help...

Why? If I put 24 of intensity it will not be stable?
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August 18, 2017, 06:51:17 PM
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I have just released nist5 and blake2s sp-mod (0.05btc each)

pm for details.

here is a comparison with ccminer 1.0.0 alexei. (gtx 1070 gigabyte g1 gaming +160 core, -500 memory)

NIST 5:


Blake 2s:



ppl ask about the current profit of blake2s. Zpool is taking 20-30% of the profit when they autoexchange, but the algo is still profitable. here is a snapshot.

Find another pool, and mine.

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9GHASH = $5,67 / day

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August 18, 2017, 08:04:10 PM
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Which blake2s pool is that?

Most of us are aware of zpool and the profit taking they do
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August 18, 2017, 08:20:20 PM
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Zpool is taking 20-30% that's robbery! if you ask me

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August 18, 2017, 09:09:09 PM
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I see some posts on here debating the merits of 1070 vs 1080 ti, but what does everyone think of the 1080?  Surprisingly it seems like that card is never discussed much in other threads either.
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August 18, 2017, 09:56:26 PM
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I see some posts on here debating the merits of 1070 vs 1080 ti, but what does everyone think of the 1080?  Surprisingly it seems like that card is never discussed much in other threads either.

if you already have one and want to join the party, fine, but dont buy a GTX-1080 for mining. Blame the GDDR5x (apparently).
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August 19, 2017, 01:17:56 AM
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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 ?

In my experience for most algos except ETH you can use this forumula --> 10x1070 equals 6x1080Ti

For example:
skein -
1x1070 - 585Mhs
6x1080Ti 5900Mhs

skunk -
1x1070 - 29Mhs
6x1080Ti 300Mhs

lbry
1x1070 - 315Mhs
6x1080Ti 3000Mhs


I prefer my 1080Ti setup

You are comparing 1 with 10 ? I don't get it.

I posted the numbers up.

6 x 1080ti = 6k
12x1070= $4-5k

However, you'll be getting more speed out of 12x1070 setup. That's what I was suggesting and plus- you save 1k as well as on power. Since 1070= 180w and 1080ti = 250 watts.

Yes, because i have 6x1080Ti rig and 1x1070 pc that I use myself.. thats why i compare it this way

If one card gets 585Mhs for skein then ten cards get 5850Mhs... just add zero, it's not complex math... I don't understand what you dont get...

so 10x1070 = 6x1080Ti... as per consumption and power usage - this is not exact math.. but you can use it in most cases

And when you setup rig, you have to calculate other components :MBO, RAM, CPU, SSD, PSU,...

so 12x1070 will get you more hashrate that 6x1080Ti, but it will be more expensive to begin with.

And as per price... at least in my country prices have gone mad... in most stores 1070 is 15$ less than 1080...

The minimal web prices here are this:
1070 - 570$
1080 - 690$
1080Ti - 930$

And you wouldn't belive it, but:
GTX1070 - 10 x 570$ = 5700$
GTX 1080Ti -  6 x 930$ = 5580$

even the prices are matching the same formula... And you dont have to buy double components(MBO, CPU,...)

But if you can buy 12x1070for 4K$... go for it...

Only real advantage 1070 has over 1080Ti is ETH mining...

DGB skein is still the most "safe" coin to mine with 1080Ti... but SIGT is best option right now (I use official ccminer, and get around 56Mhs)

I ran a test rig for several hours, and based off profit calcs

If your rig consists of 1080 ti how are you profiting more off dgb vs Zec?

$ what's the daily $ value per TI for you guys and on what coin?

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August 19, 2017, 01:20:33 AM
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I see some posts on here debating the merits of 1070 vs 1080 ti, but what does everyone think of the 1080?  Surprisingly it seems like that card is never discussed much in other threads either.

if you already have one and want to join the party, fine, but dont buy a GTX-1080 for mining. Blame the GDDR5x (apparently).
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Perhaps the most glaring upset in our chart comes from GeForce GTX 1080, which underperforms the lower-end 1070. This is a known issue though, as the Ethereum base code fits the latency characteristics of GDDR5 better than GDDR5X. Both the 1080 Ti and Titan Xp get around that problem with a much wider 384-bit memory interface.

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