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August 29, 2017, 06:47:40 PM
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This is a tactic that people have done over and over again and make far more than any coin calculator will ever give you Cheesy

Yeah, and if you are really lucky, the coins will be worth nothing and all your time mining was wasted. Cheesy

You've got to approach it like you're an angel investor and only a certain small percentage of your startups are going to make it, but when one of them does it outweighs the losses from the others by a massive margin Cheesy

Any tips on some of the lower hash rate ones to mine? For now the only real options seem to be zcash,  sigt and maybe a dgb if it's price can recover. It's hard to weed through all the others as there are a lot of shit coins and I'm also not sure what all algorithms the 1080 can mine. Even a list of which algorithms are good to mine with would be helpful.

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August 29, 2017, 06:49:22 PM
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Signatum sp-mod #8 is still the king on the 1080ti. (0.05btc donation)

Could you share the link where this can be downloaded please?
And what overclock settings do you use?
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August 29, 2017, 06:50:29 PM
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you need to donate 0.05btc. Pm for info.

37% of the signatum hash @ yiimp is sp-modded



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August 29, 2017, 06:51:28 PM
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Signatum sp-mod #8 is still the king on the 1080ti. (0.05btc donation)

Could you share the link where this can be downloaded please?
And what overclock settings do you use?

it's his private and what not- he can give it to you for a fees of 0.05 BTC which apparently is being labelled as "donation"
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August 29, 2017, 07:13:36 PM
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Signatum sp-mod #8 is still the king on the 1080ti. (0.05btc donation)




Except for the free ccminer 2.2 of course Cheesy
And this is on lowly founders edition cards and not your fancy Zotac's...


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August 29, 2017, 08:29:44 PM
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LoL, from what I see now- is that the only reason people are still making money is -the end "BTC" is still rising in value.

lol if BTC were falling similar to other currencies- no one would be making money other than the pumped up coins- unless we were accumulating.

For example DGB used to be 0.000067 or something and now at 0.000034 - lol - however BTC went from $2k to now $4k - that's insane increase.

It needs to consolidate or else I fear it may come crashing down.

You're a dumbass
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August 29, 2017, 08:32:10 PM
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SIGT, the Z coins, and LBRY are the best so far as I can tell. Also music coin whatever the hell that is


Pls provide info:

What pool and how much EUR/USD at the end of the day.

Why would I need to provide proof?

Use a calculator

They're not even close, or wern't at the time i wrote that anyway on the Tis


I'm not saying it wasn't true. Just wanted to give your pool a chance if the EUR/USD was good.

Don't get offended so quickly. Please, we are all amigos here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZefOPHAekM

Offended?

You're were just being an annoying idiot

I let my message reflect that.

Next time some one tells you to use the calculator. Do it
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August 29, 2017, 09:00:54 PM
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Except for the free ccminer 2.2 of course Cheesy

Here is an old post. comparing ccminer 2.2 and sp-mod #6

sp-mod #8 is doing 20.2MHASH on the same clocks/config. (so around 3.3% faster than #6)

Why does everyone compare with sp-mod #3 (25-jul-2017) and #5 the latest release is #6 and works good on 1060 and 1070 cards.

I did a comparison on my gtx 1060 3gb card and here is the results:

sp-mod #6 (tuned for the 1060) 19.55MHASH
ccminer 2.2. 16MHASH (fluctating hashrates.


The sp-mod is 22% faster on the same launchconfig and clocks


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August 29, 2017, 09:46:06 PM
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Signatum sp-mod #8 is still the king on the 1080ti. (0.05btc donation)

https://i.imgur.com/yx5tNVg.jpg


Except for the free ccminer 2.2 of course Cheesy
And this is on lowly founders edition cards and not your fancy Zotac's...

https://i.imgur.com/6dNc9Dx.png

What miner are you using? I'm getting 45MH with my 1080Ti. Can I do better?
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August 29, 2017, 10:57:42 PM
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wow i hadn't realized ccminer had caught up

i'll go switch over
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August 29, 2017, 10:59:55 PM
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Signatum sp-mod #8 is still the king on the 1080ti. (0.05btc donation)




Except for the free ccminer 2.2 of course Cheesy
And this is on lowly founders edition cards and not your fancy Zotac's...




Hahah, if this isnt ownage then i don't know what is. Pay $230 and get rekt by free miner. Not much of a businessplan if you asked me Cheesy
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August 30, 2017, 06:04:50 AM
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@zer0k What settings are those cards running at?
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August 30, 2017, 06:13:56 AM
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The sp-mod is 22% faster on the same launchconfig and clocks

can u say, why your mod`s don`t start on some rigs? have 4 rigs with win10. visual C++ 5,8,10,13,15 x86&x64 are installed at all. same rigs - at 2 sp-mod workes correct, at 2 - doesn`t work.

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August 30, 2017, 07:34:11 AM
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The sp-mod is 22% faster on the same launchconfig and clocks

can u say, why your mod`s don`t start on some rigs? have 4 rigs with win10. visual C++ 5,8,10,13,15 x86&x64 are installed at all. same rigs - at 2 sp-mod workes correct, at 2 - doesn`t work.

Did you pay for the mod version?
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August 30, 2017, 11:11:02 AM
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Anyone have any clocking suggestions for Skein and Skunk?

Doing 110% power limit, 85C limit, + 50 Core, -50 Mem

Giving me 1.03-1.05Gh/s on Skein and 54-57Mh/s on Skunk per card (Running 8x 1080ti EVGA FTW3)

Also, using sniffdog + Hashrefinery.. Is it normal that rejection rates can go up to 20% ??

Would it be more profitable running Zcash Mining instead if I can do 780 Sol per card? Anyone have good clock settings for that?

Cheers everyone, Thanks in advance

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August 30, 2017, 11:22:53 AM
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Anyone have any clocking suggestions for Skein and Skunk?

Doing 110% power limit, 85C limit, + 50 Core, -50 Mem

Giving me 1.03-1.05Gh/s on Skein and 54-57Mh/s on Skunk per card (Running 8x 1080ti EVGA FTW3)

Also, using sniffdog + Hashrefinery.. Is it normal that rejection rates can go up to 20% ??

Would it be more profitable running Zcash Mining instead if I can do 780 Sol per card? Anyone have good clock settings for that?

Cheers everyone, Thanks in advance



Try +160 core -1000 mem (-1000 usually if you want to save watts) let me know

try another pool and so you know if rejects are from hashrefinery or from all pool
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August 30, 2017, 12:05:20 PM
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Anyone have any clocking suggestions for Skein and Skunk?

Doing 110% power limit, 85C limit, + 50 Core, -50 Mem

Giving me 1.03-1.05Gh/s on Skein and 54-57Mh/s on Skunk per card (Running 8x 1080ti EVGA FTW3)

Also, using sniffdog + Hashrefinery.. Is it normal that rejection rates can go up to 20% ??

Would it be more profitable running Zcash Mining instead if I can do 780 Sol per card? Anyone have good clock settings for that?

Cheers everyone, Thanks in advance



Try +160 core -1000 mem (-1000 usually if you want to save watts) let me know

try another pool and so you know if rejects are from hashrefinery or from all pool

MPH was a bit of a process so bailed on that - Zpool trying now, reject % is extremely low which is good but it seems to be reading a much less hashrate on their website link for my miner (2-3 GH/s but fluctuates to 6-7GH/s even though CCminer doing 8.3GH/s)

http://zpool.ca/?address=1LoZQEpppUi66JMyhi92xzV3Kvk9C9GizL

Not sure if I should go back to Hash and just leave it be
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August 30, 2017, 05:05:38 PM
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Would it be more profitable running Zcash Mining instead if I can do 780 Sol per card? Anyone have good clock settings for that?
Can you do 780 sols on Zcash?  If so, how?  Best I can get is about 750.
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August 30, 2017, 05:07:52 PM
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Anyone have any clocking suggestions for Skein and Skunk?

Doing 110% power limit, 85C limit, + 50 Core, -50 Mem

Giving me 1.03-1.05Gh/s on Skein and 54-57Mh/s on Skunk per card (Running 8x 1080ti EVGA FTW3)

Also, using sniffdog + Hashrefinery.. Is it normal that rejection rates can go up to 20% ??

Would it be more profitable running Zcash Mining instead if I can do 780 Sol per card? Anyone have good clock settings for that?

Cheers everyone, Thanks in advance



For better efficiency use 70 to 80 power limit unless you have free power.
I go +150 core -1000 mem on skein, +100 core -1000 mem on skunk.
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August 30, 2017, 05:17:28 PM
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Anyone have any clocking suggestions for Skein and Skunk?

Doing 110% power limit, 85C limit, + 50 Core, -50 Mem

Giving me 1.03-1.05Gh/s on Skein and 54-57Mh/s on Skunk per card (Running 8x 1080ti EVGA FTW3)

Also, using sniffdog + Hashrefinery.. Is it normal that rejection rates can go up to 20% ??

Would it be more profitable running Zcash Mining instead if I can do 780 Sol per card? Anyone have good clock settings for that?

Cheers everyone, Thanks in advance



For better efficiency use 70 to 80 power limit unless you have free power.
I go +150 core -1000 mem on skein, +100 core -1000 mem on skunk.


What are you guys using to underclock your memory? Ive been using afterburner but the lowest i can put it is -502. It runs ok at that but maybe theres more to be saved by dropping it a bit further. For some reason everyone else seems to hash slightly higher than me too. At 110 power limit +150 and -502 all i can get is 920h/s . But im running at around 240w which is too high.

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