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September 18, 2017, 01:21:12 PM
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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.
When everyone will understand that there is no +XXX on one GPU equal to +XXX on another?
Especially if you set P0 state.

another useless comment, well done !

FYI, everyone knows that, that was the point of my post, I told him I never got his chance.
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September 18, 2017, 01:35:34 PM
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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.
When everyone will understand that there is no +XXX on one GPU equal to +XXX on another?
Especially if you set P0 state.

Never, people are throwing some offsets of mem core and +% of power limit not knowing that these numbers alone meaning absolutely nothing. On one card +100 could be 1950 on other 1800mhz even the very same model. Also most of the high end cards(no matter the chip series) go different default TDP. For example, lowest 1070 got, 151W TDP, Jetstream got 170W, Zotac Amp Extreme got 250W, so 60% of each is totally different number!

Conclusion: People are jsut stupid and dont realize that little knowledge could increase their efficiency and profit!

About the Hash refinery pool and yiimp clones, best you can do is to mine algos with short block, like skein, nist5 and neoscrypt. WhyTF they mine lyra2v2 hitting 10 blocks per day, or skunk hitting five blocks per day or X17 hitting 30 blocks per day when neoscrypt for example is hitting 20-30 per hour! Use this: http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/multialgo. If you want to play lottery there better places.

Bet almost nobody disable P2 states on their Nvidia cards...
Disabling P2 on 5x1080ti (3 diff brands) nets me 1-2% increase in hashrate at expense of 2-3% power usage - not worth for me, especially that it matters mostly in memory intensive algorithms which, as all we know, 1080ti are lackluster with.
For Your point with different values for different brands - almost any comment here, about OC settings includes card's brand. It's really important because different manufacturers uses different clocks/memory speeds, overclocks them by factory and so on.
There are even differences between 3 cards I own from same manufacturer (MSI Gaming X) Base mem clock of 2 are 11124 while the third one's 11117mh. It's not a lot of diff but still. It'd affect OC settings of those cards. And about TDP value, it's ALWAYS different between brands. I was shocked first, when I've assumed 250W for 100% TDP Zotac Amp Extreme Core -  PFFFFF, 320W easily Cheesy
So basic conclusion:
-Always get different OC settings between different brands
-Always check THOSE EXACT CARD TDP value
-Even between one manufacturer's production cards could have different base clocks AND could OC differently

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September 18, 2017, 01:42:56 PM
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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.
When everyone will understand that there is no +XXX on one GPU equal to +XXX on another?
Especially if you set P0 state.

Never, people are throwing some offsets of mem core and +% of power limit not knowing that these numbers alone meaning absolutely nothing. On one card +100 could be 1950 on other 1800mhz even the very same model. Also most of the high end cards(no matter the chip series) go different default TDP. For example, lowest 1070 got, 151W TDP, Jetstream got 170W, Zotac Amp Extreme got 250W, so 60% of each is totally different number!

Conclusion: People are jsut stupid and dont realize that little knowledge could increase their efficiency and profit!

About the Hash refinery pool and yiimp clones, best you can do is to mine algos with short block, like skein, nist5 and neoscrypt. WhyTF they mine lyra2v2 hitting 10 blocks per day, or skunk hitting five blocks per day or X17 hitting 30 blocks per day when neoscrypt for example is hitting 20-30 per hour! Use this: http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/multialgo. If you want to play lottery there better places.

Bet almost nobody disable P2 states on their Nvidia cards...
Disabling P2 on 5x1080ti (3 diff brands) nets me 1-2% increase in hashrate at expense of 2-3% power usage - not worth for me, especially that it matters mostly in memory intensive algorithms which, as all we know, 1080ti are lackluster with.
For Your point with different values for different brands - almost any comment here, about OC settings includes card's brand. It's really important because different manufacturers uses different clocks/memory speeds, overclocks them by factory and so on.
There are even differences between 3 cards I own from same manufacturer (MSI Gaming X) Base mem clock of 2 are 11124 while the third one's 11117mh. It's not a lot of diff but still. It'd affect OC settings of those cards. And about TDP value, it's ALWAYS different between brands. I was shocked first, when I've assumed 250W for 100% TDP Zotac Amp Extreme Core -  PFFFFF, 320W easily Cheesy
So basic conclusion:
-Always get different OC settings between different brands
-Always check THOSE EXACT CARD TDP value
-Even between one manufacturer's production cards could have different base clocks AND could OC differently

Or save yourself the trouble and buy the same gpus.

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September 18, 2017, 01:47:15 PM
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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.
When everyone will understand that there is no +XXX on one GPU equal to +XXX on another?
Especially if you set P0 state.

Never, people are throwing some offsets of mem core and +% of power limit not knowing that these numbers alone meaning absolutely nothing. On one card +100 could be 1950 on other 1800mhz even the very same model. Also most of the high end cards(no matter the chip series) go different default TDP. For example, lowest 1070 got, 151W TDP, Jetstream got 170W, Zotac Amp Extreme got 250W, so 60% of each is totally different number!

Conclusion: People are jsut stupid and dont realize that little knowledge could increase their efficiency and profit!

About the Hash refinery pool and yiimp clones, best you can do is to mine algos with short block, like skein, nist5 and neoscrypt. WhyTF they mine lyra2v2 hitting 10 blocks per day, or skunk hitting five blocks per day or X17 hitting 30 blocks per day when neoscrypt for example is hitting 20-30 per hour! Use this: http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/multialgo. If you want to play lottery there better places.

Bet almost nobody disable P2 states on their Nvidia cards...
Disabling P2 on 5x1080ti (3 diff brands) nets me 1-2% increase in hashrate at expense of 2-3% power usage - not worth for me, especially that it matters mostly in memory intensive algorithms which, as all we know, 1080ti are lackluster with.
For Your point with different values for different brands - almost any comment here, about OC settings includes card's brand. It's really important because different manufacturers uses different clocks/memory speeds, overclocks them by factory and so on.
There are even differences between 3 cards I own from same manufacturer (MSI Gaming X) Base mem clock of 2 are 11124 while the third one's 11117mh. It's not a lot of diff but still. It'd affect OC settings of those cards. And about TDP value, it's ALWAYS different between brands. I was shocked first, when I've assumed 250W for 100% TDP Zotac Amp Extreme Core -  PFFFFF, 320W easily Cheesy
So basic conclusion:
-Always get different OC settings between different brands
-Always check THOSE EXACT CARD TDP value
-Even between one manufacturer's production cards could have different base clocks AND could OC differently

Or save yourself the trouble and buy the same gpus.

Clearly both of dont know what you are talking about. Which was the reason for my post.
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September 18, 2017, 01:49:35 PM
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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.
When everyone will understand that there is no +XXX on one GPU equal to +XXX on another?
Especially if you set P0 state.

Never, people are throwing some offsets of mem core and +% of power limit not knowing that these numbers alone meaning absolutely nothing. On one card +100 could be 1950 on other 1800mhz even the very same model. Also most of the high end cards(no matter the chip series) go different default TDP. For example, lowest 1070 got, 151W TDP, Jetstream got 170W, Zotac Amp Extreme got 250W, so 60% of each is totally different number!

Conclusion: People are jsut stupid and dont realize that little knowledge could increase their efficiency and profit!

About the Hash refinery pool and yiimp clones, best you can do is to mine algos with short block, like skein, nist5 and neoscrypt. WhyTF they mine lyra2v2 hitting 10 blocks per day, or skunk hitting five blocks per day or X17 hitting 30 blocks per day when neoscrypt for example is hitting 20-30 per hour! Use this: http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/multialgo. If you want to play lottery there better places.

Bet almost nobody disable P2 states on their Nvidia cards...
Disabling P2 on 5x1080ti (3 diff brands) nets me 1-2% increase in hashrate at expense of 2-3% power usage - not worth for me, especially that it matters mostly in memory intensive algorithms which, as all we know, 1080ti are lackluster with.
For Your point with different values for different brands - almost any comment here, about OC settings includes card's brand. It's really important because different manufacturers uses different clocks/memory speeds, overclocks them by factory and so on.
There are even differences between 3 cards I own from same manufacturer (MSI Gaming X) Base mem clock of 2 are 11124 while the third one's 11117mh. It's not a lot of diff but still. It'd affect OC settings of those cards. And about TDP value, it's ALWAYS different between brands. I was shocked first, when I've assumed 250W for 100% TDP Zotac Amp Extreme Core -  PFFFFF, 320W easily Cheesy
So basic conclusion:
-Always get different OC settings between different brands
-Always check THOSE EXACT CARD TDP value
-Even between one manufacturer's production cards could have different base clocks AND could OC differently

Or save yourself the trouble and buy the same gpus.

Clearly both of dont know what you are talking about. Which was the reason for my post.

Clearly you have your head so far up your ass it is affecting your ability to read.

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September 18, 2017, 02:05:41 PM
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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.
When everyone will understand that there is no +XXX on one GPU equal to +XXX on another?
Especially if you set P0 state.

Never, people are throwing some offsets of mem core and +% of power limit not knowing that these numbers alone meaning absolutely nothing. On one card +100 could be 1950 on other 1800mhz even the very same model. Also most of the high end cards(no matter the chip series) go different default TDP. For example, lowest 1070 got, 151W TDP, Jetstream got 170W, Zotac Amp Extreme got 250W, so 60% of each is totally different number!

Conclusion: People are jsut stupid and dont realize that little knowledge could increase their efficiency and profit!

About the Hash refinery pool and yiimp clones, best you can do is to mine algos with short block, like skein, nist5 and neoscrypt. WhyTF they mine lyra2v2 hitting 10 blocks per day, or skunk hitting five blocks per day or X17 hitting 30 blocks per day when neoscrypt for example is hitting 20-30 per hour! Use this: http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/multialgo. If you want to play lottery there better places.

Bet almost nobody disable P2 states on their Nvidia cards...
Disabling P2 on 5x1080ti (3 diff brands) nets me 1-2% increase in hashrate at expense of 2-3% power usage - not worth for me, especially that it matters mostly in memory intensive algorithms which, as all we know, 1080ti are lackluster with.
For Your point with different values for different brands - almost any comment here, about OC settings includes card's brand. It's really important because different manufacturers uses different clocks/memory speeds, overclocks them by factory and so on.
There are even differences between 3 cards I own from same manufacturer (MSI Gaming X) Base mem clock of 2 are 11124 while the third one's 11117mh. It's not a lot of diff but still. It'd affect OC settings of those cards. And about TDP value, it's ALWAYS different between brands. I was shocked first, when I've assumed 250W for 100% TDP Zotac Amp Extreme Core -  PFFFFF, 320W easily Cheesy
So basic conclusion:
-Always get different OC settings between different brands
-Always check THOSE EXACT CARD TDP value
-Even between one manufacturer's production cards could have different base clocks AND could OC differently

Or save yourself the trouble and buy the same gpus.

Clearly both of dont know what you are talking about. Which was the reason for my post.

Clearly you have your head so far up your ass it is affecting your ability to read.

Promise me you will post a picture with your head in your ass if i send you photos of completely the same GPU-s with 150mhz different clocks, also a higher end 1070 with lower boost clock then lower end gpu of the same chip series.
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September 18, 2017, 02:07:38 PM
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3.52/card last day

can you tell the secret to earning "$3.52/card last day"
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September 18, 2017, 02:42:35 PM
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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.
When everyone will understand that there is no +XXX on one GPU equal to +XXX on another?
Especially if you set P0 state.

Never, people are throwing some offsets of mem core and +% of power limit not knowing that these numbers alone meaning absolutely nothing. On one card +100 could be 1950 on other 1800mhz even the very same model. Also most of the high end cards(no matter the chip series) go different default TDP. For example, lowest 1070 got, 151W TDP, Jetstream got 170W, Zotac Amp Extreme got 250W, so 60% of each is totally different number!

Conclusion: People are jsut stupid and dont realize that little knowledge could increase their efficiency and profit!

About the Hash refinery pool and yiimp clones, best you can do is to mine algos with short block, like skein, nist5 and neoscrypt. WhyTF they mine lyra2v2 hitting 10 blocks per day, or skunk hitting five blocks per day or X17 hitting 30 blocks per day when neoscrypt for example is hitting 20-30 per hour! Use this: http://pool.hashrefinery.com/site/multialgo. If you want to play lottery there better places.

Bet almost nobody disable P2 states on their Nvidia cards...
Disabling P2 on 5x1080ti (3 diff brands) nets me 1-2% increase in hashrate at expense of 2-3% power usage - not worth for me, especially that it matters mostly in memory intensive algorithms which, as all we know, 1080ti are lackluster with.
For Your point with different values for different brands - almost any comment here, about OC settings includes card's brand. It's really important because different manufacturers uses different clocks/memory speeds, overclocks them by factory and so on.
There are even differences between 3 cards I own from same manufacturer (MSI Gaming X) Base mem clock of 2 are 11124 while the third one's 11117mh. It's not a lot of diff but still. It'd affect OC settings of those cards. And about TDP value, it's ALWAYS different between brands. I was shocked first, when I've assumed 250W for 100% TDP Zotac Amp Extreme Core -  PFFFFF, 320W easily Cheesy
So basic conclusion:
-Always get different OC settings between different brands
-Always check THOSE EXACT CARD TDP value
-Even between one manufacturer's production cards could have different base clocks AND could OC differently

Or save yourself the trouble and buy the same gpus.

Clearly both of dont know what you are talking about. Which was the reason for my post.

Clearly you have your head so far up your ass it is affecting your ability to read.

Promise me you will post a picture with your head in your ass if i send you photos of completely the same GPU-s with 150mhz different clocks, also a higher end 1070 with lower boost clock then lower end gpu of the same chip series.
Well, that's exactly what I've wrote... That one MSI Gaming X have -17mh on memory. They are of a same batch, but still they OC differently.
I don't understand why some guys have so butthurt. You have something to say? Just do it, don't be salty.
Well, clearly, I'll be doing my master in IT but i don't have ANY clue what I'm talking about.
Have a nice day Smiley

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September 18, 2017, 06:01:02 PM
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Want to mine equihash( Hush, zcash ) with my TI

What is the best Nvidia equihash miner ?
EWBF ? is there better ?

Thanks a lot !
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September 18, 2017, 06:09:43 PM
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3.52/card last day

can you tell the secret to earning "$3.52/card last day"
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I don't think there is any secret. I can also say that my 1080ti earned $5 last day
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September 18, 2017, 06:56:53 PM
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Cryptopia dropped SIGT, also had some SIGT being transferred to it and unable to get it.... FML

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Cryptopia dropped SIGT, also had some SIGT being transferred to it and unable to get it.... FML

no surprise ...
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What is the best exchange now for SIGT?
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What is the best exchange now for SIGT?

YoBit is the only one I know of

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Cryptopia and Yobit
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Cryptopia and Yobit

just Yobit now
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September 18, 2017, 08:05:18 PM
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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.

with equihash: -My  OC Strix supports +130 Core, +1020 Memony -
                     -My OC Aourus extreme  extreme water: +80 core, and really little OC in memory

                        

 One thing to keep in mind - some cards have a FACTORY memory overclock.

 I've seen Factory memory clocks on 1080ti models anywhere from 10000 (effective) to a hair over 11000 (effective), which would be actual "base" clocks from 2500 to 2750.

 A card that STARTS at 2750 isn't going to do +500 as easily as a card that starts at 2500....


 EWBF in my opinion is overall the best ZCash miner, but Claymore is very close - I prefer the "configurable" fee option, as I think Claymore's 2% is an excessive ripoff especially now that his miner is NOT the undisputed hashrate leader.




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I actually never saw a single 1080Ti running without crashing with mem above +500. Most of them have problem with +400...
OTOH , the only 2 GTX-1080 (Not Ti) I have can run with +700 without crashing.

with equihash: -My  OC Strix supports +130 Core, +1020 Memony -
                     -My OC Aourus extreme  extreme water: +80 core, and really little OC in memory

                        

 One thing to keep in mind - some cards have a FACTORY memory overclock.

 I've seen Factory memory clocks on 1080ti models anywhere from 10000 (effective) to a hair over 11000


yes, that's  because I prefer OC factory models.  Overclocking in linux, specially remote, is a pain, and I'm not always able to get it.

EWBF: I get about 750 sol/s with the Aourus Extreme Waterforce, and 780 with the  Strix.
            I'm unable to squeze any additional performance from the Aorus overcloking, however the extra OC allows  the Strix give the 780.


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September 18, 2017, 09:35:10 PM
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One thing to keep in mind - some cards have a FACTORY memory overclock.
Definitely go with OC cards. I have a mix of "regular" and OC versions of Nvidia 1070 and I have to say that it is more easy to manage OC cards - "fire and forget".

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