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June 18, 2017, 05:51:26 AM
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I am getting around 400 dgbs/perday
I think there is a luck factor here?
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June 18, 2017, 11:42:15 AM
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Are you using DGB-Skein and CCMiner or CGMiner for DGB mining?

Never checked suprnova before but its help pages have a link gor CGMiner which says it is a bitcoin miner.

I am planning to use CCMiner anyway as I experienced a little bit with GTX1060 and now upgrading to 1080 Ti cards.

As a pool, zpool seems sketchy. Though some says there is no evidence that it is stealing some amount of mined.

I will look into yiimp and supernova.
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June 18, 2017, 01:28:33 PM
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So I mined Zcash all night for 8 hours straight and I went from 0.00002610 btc to 0.00003356. Anyone know if that's good or bad lol


GTX 1080ti was used and average temps were 72 Celcius.

Voltage average - 1.0110 V


Is that good or bad? Should I stick with Nicehash lol

Also, I feel like this is turning into  bragging contest up in here from others - people who are making 14-20$ using 1080ti should share how it's being done instead of just posting those numbers.

Wasn't that the reason why crypto currency started in the first place because people wanted equality lol

Well I'll tell you this, if that's the final result from mining for 8 hours... congrats you've just earned literally 2 cents in 8 hours... that's very very bad. If it didn't change in 24 hours(When not mining) then something is definitely wrong with either your mining algo config, or just that pool in general(Heavy fees probably).

If we told you all of our secrets to getting $14-20 per day, wouldn't that make it more harder for us to get that amount than it already is? $14-20 isn't guarenteed, some days(More than most) we have bad days where we get $7-13 Per GPU(Like today I'm getting that sadly but it's what it is). The more people that learn these ways, the more it goes down for everyone. So you can understand why we want others to learn it through their own self discovery rather than it being hand plucked from a tree and just evenly distributed among everyone(It'll be too late to mine then as the price to mine and get a profit wouldn't be worth it) kinda like how Ethereum was going for the past few weeks(Up until now its still much harder than needed)

Crypto currency started for equality? If that's the reason I'm out, because that's like saying oh hey... you all get $5 billion dollars!(How would that be distributed among everyone in the world, especially if they want more money, everyone's hungry for money, its really simple, those that do the research and look into it themselves and not ask get rewarded. kinda like how inventors who invent things get profit once they patent ideas and make it an actuality.) I could give more examples as to why CryptoCurrency isn't this one big ol endless river for everyone that's going to be here forever, but it's really just a big lake that everyones trying to drain for their own profit(Some their desires to make it into something better), but as new coins emerge, come more rainfall in the lake to keep everyone satisfied.


lol I knew the usage of word "equality" would trigger flood of responses. I learned this that certain words incite emotional responses and users just can't hold back from replying haha others words are "feminism, safe space, deserving" haha

I was using minergate software and that's what was shown to me for 8 hours.
Now i'm using Nicehash Miner it's automated and price goes from $7.70- 10.25 max - currently at $7.56.  (I wonder if that amount has fees deducted already compared to what you guys see? that could be the cause of variance?)
I'm not being lazy, i've downloaded and tried so many things but NiceHash and Minergate are the only ones that show a visual representation of what's going on and how much money projected. I am not looking for a handout, I didn't even buy my gaming rig for mining. This was just what I learned recently that I can do when I'm not working or playing games.
I have it overclocked to +215 mhz power at 100% and temps avg out lower than 74
I'll just let it run until 20 June , the date of payout and then see what's what.

Also, crypto currency the founding principles or the idea behind was -if few people hold it, it can be manipulated like our currencies but if it strictly goes by the laws of supply and demand then it'll be equal. I didn't intend-equality in the sense that "give me my share because I'm mining" - just in the sense that how do I optimize my card and how did you guys optimize it. That's it.

 
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June 18, 2017, 02:24:54 PM
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So, with DGB, I'm mining about 480/day.

At current price that's: 14.06 USD

With zcash, I'm mining about 0.02 a day (742 sol on average)

At current price that's: 7.63 USD


Why on earth are people still mining zcash with nvidia???

How are you doing 480dgb/day? what hashrate/freq have you?

So, ran it for 12 hours and mined 281 dgb. That's 562 a day.

982 MH

I have the same hashrate and doing less than 400dgb/day, I honestly don't believe you, its a 40% difference  Undecided

If you're doing less than 400 a day you're really doing something wrong. I'm using the alexis miner and pointed at suprnova. The lowest I've ever gotten per day is 462 DGB. Lately it's been better as the value has dipped.

Trick is to set your fans to a higher level, mine are at 90% and the GPU is at 62c in warm and sticky Singapore and the 1080Ti is a happy card.

As I said, i'm doing the same hashrate, near 950-990 depending if its day or night (because the temperature). This isn't something related to the config or the miner. I'm pointing that hashrate to suprnova and doing less than 400dgb/day. Why you earn a 40% more dgb? suprnova is stealing money? or you are very positive with your results?

I have been tallying my daily numbers. I do a manual payout every 24 hours myself (to get an average) so I'm sure about the numbers.

Can you check https://dgbs.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=account&action=earnings and see "last day" earnings? take a screenshot

avg i got is 300-350DGB so.  Roll Eyes I am doing 980Mhs on skein, 100% tdp

Thats closer to my numbers.
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June 18, 2017, 03:51:33 PM
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Can you check https://dgbs.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=account&action=earnings and see "last day" earnings? take a screenshot





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June 18, 2017, 04:01:59 PM
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Mining at miningpoolhub with 20x 1080ti. 18000Mh/s = 7900 dgb in the past 24 hours.

Difficulty jumps alot for dgb, and earnings (in dgb) varies a lot, much more than zcash or eth. I think it's because the total hash rate is lower, and in general folks who mine dgb tend to switch to more profitable coins more often, like HUSH now, or zencash a few days ago.

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June 18, 2017, 05:33:23 PM
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What miner is everyone here using? CCminer(SP-MOD)? Windows or Linux ...? If Linux, how did the compiling go?

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June 18, 2017, 09:53:16 PM
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I mainly use CCAlexa, rather than using the SP-Mod on windows. Reason being is Alexa is a tad more optimized for mining on the Skein Algo (Depends on the Pool, be it Yiimp, Zpool, or even MPH) All pools have different hashing and payouts, some pay better(Less miners and difficulty = possibly higher payout depending on fees)

For MPH I have to use the stock CCSP-Mod, can't use Alexa without some tweaking.
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June 18, 2017, 11:42:33 PM
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Quite good payments, maybe i have no luck  Tongue
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June 18, 2017, 11:48:38 PM
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Mining at miningpoolhub with 20x 1080ti. 18000Mh/s = 7900 dgb in the past 24 hours.

Difficulty jumps alot for dgb, and earnings (in dgb) varies a lot, much more than zcash or eth. I think it's because the total hash rate is lower, and in general folks who mine dgb tend to switch to more profitable coins more often, like HUSH now, or zencash a few days ago.

http://imgur.com/a/KvNs4 (it shows 16600mh/s now, but it is 4 rigs of 4500mh/s)

Hi. With your setup, your msi afternurner can read and manage all cards with only one monitor plug in?

If yes, can share how it work?
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June 19, 2017, 01:38:24 AM
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Is DGB-Skein profitable? some people here mine this coin but its not even in the top 10 in whattomine. im mining hush,lbry,zdash,zencash and zcash for my 1080 ti.
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June 19, 2017, 01:54:18 AM
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Mining at miningpoolhub with 20x 1080ti. 18000Mh/s = 7900 dgb in the past 24 hours.

Difficulty jumps alot for dgb, and earnings (in dgb) varies a lot, much more than zcash or eth. I think it's because the total hash rate is lower, and in general folks who mine dgb tend to switch to more profitable coins more often, like HUSH now, or zencash a few days ago.

http://imgur.com/a/KvNs4 (it shows 16600mh/s now, but it is 4 rigs of 4500mh/s)

Hi. With your setup, your msi afternurner can read and manage all cards with only one monitor plug in?

If yes, can share how it work?

I just plug 5 1080ti into my motherboard and it works out of the box (after bios update). MSI afterburner detects all cards. I'm using biostar TB 250 btc. 6 cards work as well.

Is DGB-Skein profitable? some people here mine this coin but its not even in the top 10 in whattomine. im mining hush,lbry,zdash,zencash and zcash for my 1080 ti.

If you are willing to put the time to switch algos, hush and zencash is more profitable. Not sure about the rest, never tried. But I know DGB is slightly more profitable than zcash, like $9.50 per day vs $9.

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June 19, 2017, 02:06:29 AM
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Is DGB-Skein profitable? some people here mine this coin but its not even in the top 10 in whattomine. im mining hush,lbry,zdash,zencash and zcash for my 1080 ti.

I am getting around 400 dgbs perday.

how much can you get by mining those coins you mentioned? and which pool are you using?
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June 19, 2017, 02:13:16 AM
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Mining at miningpoolhub with 20x 1080ti. 18000Mh/s = 7900 dgb in the past 24 hours.

Difficulty jumps alot for dgb, and earnings (in dgb) varies a lot, much more than zcash or eth. I think it's because the total hash rate is lower, and in general folks who mine dgb tend to switch to more profitable coins more often, like HUSH now, or zencash a few days ago.

http://imgur.com/a/KvNs4 (it shows 16600mh/s now, but it is 4 rigs of 4500mh/s)

Hi. With your setup, your msi afternurner can read and manage all cards with only one monitor plug in?

If yes, can share how it work?

I just plug 5 1080ti into my motherboard and it works out of the box (after bios update). MSI afterburner detects all cards. I'm using biostar TB 250 btc. 6 cards work as well.

Is DGB-Skein profitable? some people here mine this coin but its not even in the top 10 in whattomine. im mining hush,lbry,zdash,zencash and zcash for my 1080 ti.

If you are willing to put the time to switch algos, hush and zencash is more profitable. Not sure about the rest, never tried. But I know DGB is slightly more profitable than zcash, like $9.50 per day vs $9.

Which algo for hush and what pools can you use?  Can you post your bat file.
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June 19, 2017, 12:22:18 PM
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Hush is the most profitable for 1080ti for the meantime. im earning 12$ a day per card( i have 7 of them) with 760 sol/s average @ 245w. hush algo is equihash and im using suprnovapool. Hush, LBRY ,and Zencash are the top 3  profitable coins to mine using 1080 ti.
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June 19, 2017, 12:47:12 PM
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Hush is the most profitable for 1080ti for the meantime. im earning 12$ a day per card( i have 7 of them) with 760 sol/s average @ 245w. hush algo is equihash and im using suprnovapool. Hush, LBRY ,and Zencash are the top 3  profitable coins to mine using 1080 ti.

Fascinating. What miner are you using? I'm at 752 sol/s (I need to tweak a bit). How many HUSH/day are you getting?

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June 19, 2017, 01:49:26 PM
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Hush is the most profitable for 1080ti for the meantime. im earning 12$ a day per card( i have 7 of them) with 760 sol/s average @ 245w. hush algo is equihash and im using suprnovapool. Hush, LBRY ,and Zencash are the top 3  profitable coins to mine using 1080 ti.

Yesterday I calculated my daily income for DGB-skein, and it was about 13.5 $ per card. Maybe it was lucky day, dunno...
I used Yii pool, and I have 950mh/s.

But I'll also try hush soon, because there was a pump two days ago...

P.S. Strange thing, guys help to understand if I am correct.
I'm mining about 16 hours in a row, and there is a pic: http://imgur.com/a/LQg9Y

Look there was a payout 12 hours ago, and since this time I mined 0.0042 BTC.
Doing math: 0.0042 * 2 * 2600 $ = 21.84 $ per 24 hours... What?
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June 19, 2017, 02:28:21 PM
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Anyone has the OC settings for TI mining Zcash ?
Barely getting 700 sols Temp 61C

I see miners get 750 sols easily
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June 19, 2017, 02:40:20 PM
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Anyone has the OC settings for TI mining Zcash ?
Barely getting 700 sols Temp 61C

I see miners get 750 sols easily

Dunno about 750 easily, 750 is a result on already overclocked card... 700 is a stock result.
I'm wondering if 800 is possible?
I'm getting 730 s, but there is a place to improve... I'll let you know once I return home.
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June 19, 2017, 03:13:46 PM
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Hush is the most profitable for 1080ti for the meantime. im earning 12$ a day per card( i have 7 of them) with 760 sol/s average @ 245w. hush algo is equihash and im using suprnovapool. Hush, LBRY ,and Zencash are the top 3  profitable coins to mine using 1080 ti.

Yesterday I calculated my daily income for DGB-skein, and it was about 13.5 $ per card. Maybe it was lucky day, dunno...
I used Yii pool, and I have 950mh/s.

But I'll also try hush soon, because there was a pump two days ago...

P.S. Strange thing, guys help to understand if I am correct.
I'm mining about 16 hours in a row, and there is a pic: http://imgur.com/a/LQg9Y

Look there was a payout 12 hours ago, and since this time I mined 0.0042 BTC.
Doing math: 0.0042 * 2 * 2600 $ = 21.84 $ per 24 hours... What?

What were you mining on nicehash?

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