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August 19, 2017, 01:23:42 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 19, 2017, 02:43:25 AM
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Could anyone break down the algorithms for me in comparison with each other - intensity/elec/heat

For example equihash vs skein
Equihash runs hotter? Skein runs cooler than all other algo? Lyra is the most intensive followed by skein then equihash ?

Above aren't correct but what I'm looking for ^^

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August 19, 2017, 02:52:18 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).

The 1080 TI has GDDR5x too though....
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August 19, 2017, 03:02:57 AM
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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:
https://image.ibb.co/g5CGga/nist5_pre.png

Blake 2s:
http://i.imgur.com/lhNL482.png


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.

verge is good today

7GHASH = $4,41 / day
9GHASH = $5,67 / day

With (388 rigs)

http://i.imgur.com/SKoeZto.png


verge is good today

7GHASH = $4,41 / day
9GHASH = $5,67 / day
 Huh is that per card or per rig ?


which pool do you recommend for 1080ti and does your SP mod for blake2s work better ?
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August 19, 2017, 11:05:38 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).

The 1080 TI has GDDR5x too though....

yup but it has other things to help, you know like memory bandwidth (484.4 GB/s vs 224.4 GB/s (FE edition specs)) and faster clock speed. Plenty other technical features and better specs that may or not help it with mining Smiley. That card is a beast.

I have many of them and they are a lot less trouble than any my AMD rigs. Zero downtime, no crash, no slow down or bugs like I have with my Rx-x80 and no fear to install a new driver, no need to use DDU, etc.

Hash/price ratio is better with AMD bur I hate those cards...


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August 19, 2017, 11:08:39 AM
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verge is good today

7GHASH = $4,41 / day
9GHASH = $5,67 / day
 Huh is that per card or per rig ?
which pool do you recommend for 1080ti and does your SP mod for blake2s work better ?

The rates are per card.

blake2s sp-mod #1 give you 10-15% more coins on the pool than the fastest opensource.
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August 19, 2017, 12:34:48 PM
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I was interested in buying sp mods, however paying for each algorithm separately is not a good pricing model. So I have decided to use open source options.
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August 19, 2017, 01:12:10 PM
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I was interested in buying sp mods, however paying for each algorithm separately is not a good pricing model. So I have decided to use open source options.

wise decision
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August 19, 2017, 02:41:19 PM
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I was interested in buying sp mods, however paying for each algorithm separately is not a good pricing model. So I have decided to use open source options.

Maybe if you have a couple of rigs all with same gpus have sense to invest in.
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August 19, 2017, 05:13:34 PM
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Guys i need some help with choosing for new 1080ti rig,which one is the best for mining?zotac amp extreme core pcie,msi lighting z,evga ftw3 or aorus extreme.Zotac is about 50$ cheaper then others and with 2 years warranty while others are with 3...Rest will be pro btc h81 g3260 4gb ram and evga g3 1200 psu and 120 gb ssd

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August 19, 2017, 05:58:58 PM
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Guys i need some help with choosing for new 1080ti rig,which one is the best for mining?zotac amp extreme core pcie,msi lighting z,evga ftw3 or aorus extreme.Zotac is about 50$ cheaper then others and with 2 years warranty while others are with 3...Rest will be pro btc h81 g3260 4gb ram and evga g3 1200 psu and 120 gb ssd

The Aeorus warranty is 4 years if you register it online: http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUS-X-11GD#kf
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August 20, 2017, 01:08:33 AM
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Little off topic but having issues with my 1080 ti rig, do any of y'all use Suprnova? I'm having some issues with them and I can't get into contact with anyone from support. Have sent several emails over the past week or two and have yet to receive anything back. Thank you

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August 20, 2017, 01:38:53 AM
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I was interested in buying sp mods, however paying for each algorithm separately is not a good pricing model. So I have decided to use open source options.

It's better to pick one and stick with it with larger farm.   Some people act like they know it all so they will attack me blind (tip! know the person personally and how they think before you go on trying to prove me wrong).  I have enough 1080ti to make ROI less than a day.

Depends on the timing, risk and the trade.   This is coming from a person don't usually buy software.  When I saw SIGT I gamble on it.  It was one day ROI of the 25-35 days before SIGT goes POS.  I can't say the same for others because I don't know there setup.
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August 20, 2017, 02:24:58 AM
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verge is good today

7GHASH = $4,41 / day
9GHASH = $5,67 / day
 Huh is that per card or per rig ?
which pool do you recommend for 1080ti and does your SP mod for blake2s work better ?

The rates are per card.

blake2s sp-mod #1 give you 10-15% more coins on the pool than the fastest opensource.

what is the hastrate for 1080ti ? I'm thinking to get the new Sp mode , and is there a calculator for verge blake2s ?
and what pool do you recommend other than zpool
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August 20, 2017, 05:04:29 AM
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what is the hastrate for 1080ti ? I'm thinking to get the new Sp mode , and is there a calculator for verge blake2s ?
and what pool do you recommend other than zpool


If you have a lot of GPU's and make hundreds of dollars a day from mining, sure buy it, otherwise it make no sense paying $200 for sp_mod.
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August 20, 2017, 10:51:59 AM
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what is the hastrate for 1080ti ? I'm thinking to get the new Sp mode , and is there a calculator for verge blake2s ?
and what pool do you recommend other than zpool


If you have a lot of GPU's and make hundreds of dollars a day from mining, sure buy it, otherwise it make no sense paying $200 for sp_mod.

well said. And this thread shouldn't be a long ad for that mod.
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August 20, 2017, 12:02:36 PM
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I plan to build rig for signatum using EVGA 1080Ti 3fan top cards (reasonable price in my county vs other cards), need advice with PSU.

If I will OC them, I need ~2 good x 1200 gold\platinum PSU for 6 cards, right?

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August 20, 2017, 12:12:53 PM
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Well Max power draw I saw somewhere was around 320w per 1080ti. So yeah, you will need at least 2000W to run system stable .

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August 20, 2017, 12:16:32 PM
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Thanks for that answer as it helped me also! 

On my gaming machine that is mining, I only have a 1000w psu but I was thinking about picking up a 3rd 1080ti and wondering if I can get by with this @ 70-80% power.  I could put it in my mining machine but didn't want to mix it in with 1060/1070s but seems like I could get away with it in my gaming machine.
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August 20, 2017, 12:23:35 PM
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It should go smoothly. Right now I have 2 Gigabyte Gaming X with 75% tdp  and power draw at wall is around 460-500w from whole PC (depending on algo and your CPU TDP )

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