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September 18, 2017, 07:47:26 PM
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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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September 18, 2017, 09:07:38 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


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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And not Bitzure. Never Bitzure. It's a complete scam where people have lost their coins.
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Hi!
How is your profitability in sniffdog at last few days?

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Hi!
How is your profitability in sniffdog at last few days?

i just could not get my sniffdog run when i only have MPH as the pool. the url dont seems to be displayed on screen and it does not connect to the pool.

maybe anyone can share how your bat file looks like?
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Hi!
How is your profitability in sniffdog at last few days?

i just could not get my sniffdog run when i only have MPH as the pool. the url dont seems to be displayed on screen and it does not connect to the pool.

maybe anyone can share how your bat file looks like?

I choose all of the available pools. And it works well.

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I think an exchange dropping a coin is bad news for holders of that coin. In this case, I'd expect further drops in price of SIGT. I recommend that you sell your coins before it is getting too late. Other than rare cases, this is a common problem for some altcoins.

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I just noticed SIGT got out of "maintenance" on Cryptopia although I still seem to be missing a few days worth. It will going POS in 9.5 days so maybe worth holding?
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September 19, 2017, 01:09:57 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


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.


What is your absolute clock settings?

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September 19, 2017, 02:05:54 PM
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I just noticed SIGT got out of "maintenance" on Cryptopia although I still seem to be missing a few days worth. It will going POS in 9.5 days so maybe worth holding?

dont know, i think of dumping my bag, it seems that the sigt blockchain use old and not update protocol

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September 19, 2017, 03:32:49 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 !

Hi man, still is EWBF 0.3.4b.

If you want to know an updated miner, go to bench tab on yiimp or zpool (don't remember which one have equihash listed) and narrow your search for this algo and your GPU.

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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.


What is your absolute clock settings?

for the Strix, which is now the only working with  ewbf:

nvidia-smi -q -d  CLOCK  -->

Driver Version                      : 384.69

Attached GPUs                       : 1
GPU 00000000:01:00.0
    Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1999 MHz
        SM                          : 1999 MHz
        Memory                      : 5508 MHz
        Video                       : 1797 MHz
    Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Default Applications Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
        Memory                      : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                    : 1999 MHz
        SM                          : 1999 MHz
        Memory                      : 5505 MHz
        Video                       : 1708 MHz
    Max Customer Boost Clocks
        Graphics                    : N/A
    SM Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 7.44 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 2025 MHz
        Min                         : 1987 MHz
        Avg                         : 2011 MHz
    Memory Clock Samples
        Duration                    : 7.44 sec
        Number of Samples           : 100
        Max                         : 5510 MHz
        Min                         : 5508 MHz
        Avg                         : 5508 MHz
    Clock Policy
        Auto Boost                  : N/A
        Auto Boost Default          : N/A


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September 19, 2017, 04:33:26 PM
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What is the best exchange now for SIGT?

YoBit is the only one I know of


and you may used novaexchange as well!

by the way, Cryptopia defreezed SIGT, so you can withdraw it and send to other account : to your local wallet, yobit or nova and trade there

on YoBit however volumes would be higher I think, so it is wiser to send there

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September 19, 2017, 05:04:15 PM
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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.
P0 it's a question of stability when working close to max. P2 will crash when miner exit, P0 won't.
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September 19, 2017, 05:09:47 PM
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So I had a three card riser-less build (well actually one was on a riser since the AORUS are huge, no issues with this setup)

1080 ti / 1080 ti / 1070  mini

I moved to a 6 card riser build and now I have this issue . . any ideas?
(1070 mini 1070 mini 1080 TI 1080 TI 1070 mini 1070 mini
software or hardware and then what?

This should be a 3k average sols rig

Added more details below ////




2x 1080 TI + 1070 earning the same as 2x 1080 TI 4x 1070

(1.8k sol rig avg)


3k sol rig, avg 2.6k due to error, but its as if all 3 of the 1070s on the second PSU (connected add2psu PSU1 to mobo/cpu/all risers +pata to Add2psu / PSU2 mobo to add2psu+3x 1070 mini


nvOC_19 on both . .



Asked this in another thread but asking here as well if anyone could help me figure out what this issue is . .


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