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August 24, 2017, 01:20:42 AM
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For those mining on Suprnova, have you evaluated your payouts? I switched from Suprnova to another popular pool and I am earning the "estimated" amount according to Whattomine rather than a significantly less amount on Suprnova (was mining with them for ~1 month).. Could be just me, I sent several emails to them but have not received a response.

Earning about .041 - .042 per 24 hour period per every 3 1080ti cards.



On a side note, haven't seen any mention of this in the thread but has anyone started mining Vertcoin? It has good volume

I was also mining on suprnova different coins.
When I switched to other pools I earn between 10 and 20 % more.

                                 
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August 24, 2017, 01:27:51 AM
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For those mining on Suprnova, have you evaluated your payouts? I switched from Suprnova to another popular pool and I am earning the "estimated" amount according to Whattomine rather than a significantly less amount on Suprnova (was mining with them for ~1 month).. Could be just me, I sent several emails to them but have not received a response.

Earning about .041 - .042 per 24 hour period per every 3 1080ti cards.



On a side note, haven't seen any mention of this in the thread but has anyone started mining Vertcoin? It has good volume

I have mined VTC a little in the past, but not recently. I did see that it jumped up a bunch in price today, but I haven't checked yet to see if there was any major news to push that price upwards or not. Overall though the Lyra2Rev2 algo does very well on a GTX 1080 Ti, quite fast and stable in my experience.

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August 24, 2017, 01:40:22 AM
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For those mining on Suprnova, have you evaluated your payouts? I switched from Suprnova to another popular pool and I am earning the "estimated" amount according to Whattomine rather than a significantly less amount on Suprnova (was mining with them for ~1 month).. Could be just me, I sent several emails to them but have not received a response.

Earning about .041 - .042 per 24 hour period per every 3 1080ti cards.



On a side note, haven't seen any mention of this in the thread but has anyone started mining Vertcoin? It has good volume

I have mined VTC a little in the past, but not recently. I did see that it jumped up a bunch in price today, but I haven't checked yet to see if there was any major news to push that price upwards or not. Overall though the Lyra2Rev2 algo does very well on a GTX 1080 Ti, quite fast and stable in my experience.

Vertcoin? Dont know... What are you mining right now? Im still with Signatum, but will Change tomorrow... Havent made a desicion right now.

                                 
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August 24, 2017, 02:01:13 AM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.
There is very impressive!
What coin do you mine? Which miner? What hashrate?
How much do you get on solo ETH?
Well, at the moment I'm still just running NiceHash trying to get my bearings on what I really should be doing.  Haven't had to time to go setup all these individual wallets for the various altcoins to mine and hold, which is what I want to get into.

Those 6 1080Ti's at 65% power do about 660 - 670 Sol/s.
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August 24, 2017, 02:05:42 AM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.

my ftw3 can only boost +130 stable

Don't worry, it's a silicone lottery for everyone. We have 1080 Ti GPUS that will do +225 and others that can only manage +125
The silicone lottery for me isn't my EVGA's doing +150 Core at 65% power, but my Zotac Articstorm doing +250 @ 70% power.  It averages about 780 Sol/s.   Grin   Grin



I think it would probably do over 800 Sol's if I give it more power.
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August 24, 2017, 02:26:15 AM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.

my ftw3 can only boost +130 stable

Don't worry, it's a silicone lottery for everyone. We have 1080 Ti GPUS that will do +225 and others that can only manage +125
The silicone lottery for me isn't my EVGA's doing +150 Core at 65% power, but my Zotac Articstorm doing +250 @ 70% power.  It averages about 780 Sol/s.   Grin   Grin



I think it would probably do over 800 Sol's if I give it more power.


did you using the water cooler?

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August 24, 2017, 02:33:30 AM
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The Articstorm comes with a build in water cooler from the factory, so yes, water all the way.



The card is so long I had to unplug one of the fans.
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August 24, 2017, 04:16:52 AM
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The Articstorm comes with a build in water cooler from the factory, so yes, water all the way.

http://www.cstone.net/~dk/zotac1080ti-03.JPG

The card is so long I had to unplug one of the fans.

you have an zotac and zotac take more power from the wall so at 70% you probably have 250w (like founders edition which have 250w at 100% tdp) from the wall or something close, if you let card at 100% tdp probably you will have close to 300w from the wall so check your power consumption, personally i have an gtx1070 amp extreme! and at 100% tdp it has 220w from the wall, with 80% tdp i have something between 170-180w, 1070 is rating 160W normally (founders edition and specs), on 80% power i get 2100-2113 rock stable at gpu speed on mining, gaming etc, at 100+ tdp i don't get any more speed, this is frequency limit, but under 80% tdp i got lower frequency.
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August 24, 2017, 06:38:12 AM
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For those mining on Suprnova (ZEC/SIGT), have you evaluated your payouts? I switched from Suprnova to another popular pool and I am earning the "estimated" amount according to Whattomine rather than a significantly less amount on Suprnova (was mining with them for ~1 month).. Could be just me, I sent several emails to them but have not received a response.


On a side note, haven't seen any mention of this in the thread but has anyone started mining Vertcoin? It has good volume

to which pool did you switch to? I was mining on ChainWorks and now for couple of days on supernova. I feel that I was more "lucky" on ChainWorks Smiley
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I got sent a few Destiny 2 keys with my 1080 Tis so I'm wondering if/where can I sell those and for how much?
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August 24, 2017, 07:52:47 AM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.

my ftw3 can only boost +130 stable

Don't worry, it's a silicone lottery for everyone. We have 1080 Ti GPUS that will do +225 and others that can only manage +125
The silicone lottery for me isn't my EVGA's doing +150 Core at 65% power, but my Zotac Articstorm doing +250 @ 70% power.  It averages about 780 Sol/s.   Grin   Grin



I think it would probably do over 800 Sol's if I give it more power.


did you using the water cooler?

I also wondering how you make your 1080ti mining at 38c, this is amazing!

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August 24, 2017, 08:04:23 AM
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The silicone lottery for me isn't my EVGA's doing +150 Core at 65% power, but my Zotac Articstorm doing +250 @ 70% power.  It averages about 780 Sol/s.   Grin   Grin



I think it would probably do over 800 Sol's if I give it more power.

What is your GTX1080Ti power consumption and core voltage at that core clock (1999 Mhz) ?
+250 to core clock for GTX1080Ti it really great - more than 15% to base clock increase

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August 24, 2017, 09:19:53 AM
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The Articstorm comes with a build in water cooler from the factory, so yes, water all the way.



The card is so long I had to unplug one of the fans.

you have an zotac and zotac take more power from the wall so at 70% you probably have 250w (like founders edition which have 250w at 100% tdp) from the wall or something close, if you let card at 100% tdp probably you will have close to 300w from the wall so check your power consumption, personally i have an gtx1070 amp extreme! and at 100% tdp it has 220w from the wall, with 80% tdp i have something between 170-180w, 1070 is rating 160W normally (founders edition and specs), on 80% power i get 2100-2113 rock stable at gpu speed on mining, gaming etc, at 100+ tdp i don't get any more speed, this is frequency limit, but under 80% tdp i got lower frequency.
I was wondering about that.  With power set to 70%, I noticed that Afterburner is reporting 75% - 80% depending on what I mine, unlike my EVGA based rig where the Power Limit setting matches what I'm actually seeing.

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August 24, 2017, 09:25:06 AM
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What is your GTX1080Ti power consumption and core voltage at that core clock (1999 Mhz) ?
+250 to core clock for GTX1080Ti it really great - more than 15% to base clock increase
I haven't had a chance to hook up a current probe to this rig (because it isn't really a mining rig, but my work / gaming rig).  Running CryptoNight as well on the 6700k CPU, which adds another $0.50 / day to whatever the GPU is mining.

It did fall over finally last night when it switched to mining Skunk using ccminer_tpruot.  So I dropped core down to +200 for the time being until I get a chance to play it is some more.  It's doing 55 MH/s on Skunk though, but temps went up a little to 40C.

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August 24, 2017, 10:20:12 AM
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I got sent a few Destiny 2 keys with my 1080 Tis so I'm wondering if/where can I sell those and for how much?

How much you want for 1 or 2

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August 24, 2017, 11:22:29 AM
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Is there a way to specify the power limit within the bat file. Thanks for the help
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August 24, 2017, 12:44:23 PM
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I got sent a few Destiny 2 keys with my 1080 Tis so I'm wondering if/where can I sell those and for how much?

How much you want for 1 or 2
I don't play games so I'm totally out of the loop on this.
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August 24, 2017, 02:06:01 PM
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Is there a way to specify the power limit within the bat file. Thanks for the help

Depends on what miner you are using. Check settings for your miner but I myself prefer to use Afterburner.
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August 24, 2017, 04:41:13 PM
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Is there a way to specify the power limit within the bat file. Thanks for the help

You can use the nvidia smi tools to set per card power limits...here's an example setting maximum power limit to 225W

"C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI\nvidia-smi.exe" -pl 225

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August 24, 2017, 05:46:38 PM
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Hey guys,


Bought a 1080 and 1070 and no longer access to 1080ti

Lol even though 1080 handles power and speeds/overclock swimmingly- the compute units on 1080ti makes a big difference.


For example -1080 consumes - 149W - running at 1974-1999 mhz - with 925mv - at less than 77 C - Skein DGB - I'm getting 590 mh/s


1080ti was 250w - 1860 mhz- over 900 mh/s


Z-cash I get 1999mhz - 450-470 sol/s  -temps stay lowers

Btw I ran all this on 1080 during exporting a media file in Adobe Premiere (uses mostly CPU but FWIW)

From electricity stand point- this is a huge difference. Just wanted to share my thoughts.

I may get 2 more 1080 since my PC can support 5 cards. So 2 x1070 and 3 x1080 -

Good luck all!
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