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September 21, 2017, 02:48:38 PM
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For those of you who are not multi algo mining, what are you finding most profitable?

SIGT right now. There are a ton of algos 10-20% less profitable than SIGT, like zec and skein.

where are you guys trading your sigts? i lost like 200 sigts when i tried to deposit at cryptopia, my windows wallet is already showing like 400 confirmations but nothing had hapend in my cryptopia wallet so far..
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September 21, 2017, 03:09:22 PM
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@VoskCoin , looks like you are having the same issue I was.. after hours of troubleshooting it looks like its my motherboard.. two of the PCIe x1 slots are causing issues when they are plugged in to the entire board, but if I avoid those 2 pci e slots (the 2 between the main pci e x16) it works perfect but I cant run all 5 cards. going to call MSI tomorrow

https://imgur.com/a/EGCVE <- the 2 empty pci e x1 slots are the ones causing the issues.. if any GPU is plugged into them it causes all of the GPUs to run like crap and crash.


are you getting systems inturrupts/high cpu usage? check risers and make sure your set to "gen1" in bios. i had similar troubles once on a x51070 rig, turns out gen1 in bios fixed everything, funny how it goes, good luck man! Smiley
I had changed out every part to looking for the trouble but it was softwear not hardwear in the end ;p

Alright, finally messed around with the PEG settings and tried Gen1, Gen2, and Gen3... none of them were successful

Installed a card into one of the PCIe slots I was having issues with and changed the settings -

Gen1 - performance would go to crap for all the cards.. running skunk I would get 30mh/s for all the cards instead of 48-50

Gen2- performance was a little better but the cards were all running at 40mh/s instead of the 48-50

Gen3 - back to poor performance



I'm clueless on what to do other than buy a new board.. The board has been flashed to to the most recent firmware, guess I'll head over to MSI's forum and see what someone can tell me what to do.

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September 21, 2017, 03:22:31 PM
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Those of you guys that mine with 6 1080 ti's, what mobo do you find to be most successful? I'm trashing this MSI and going to buy a new one

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September 21, 2017, 03:22:54 PM
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For those of you who are not multi algo mining, what are you finding most profitable?

SIGT right now. There are a ton of algos 10-20% less profitable than SIGT, like zec and skein.

where are you guys trading your sigts? i lost like 200 sigts when i tried to deposit at cryptopia, my windows wallet is already showing like 400 confirmations but nothing had hapend in my cryptopia wallet so far..

Yobit. Same I lost some coins, like 1.5k coins... Mined for a whole day before realizing the issue. They say they are still syncing their SIGT wallets. Hopefully we can get our coins back.

Those of you guys that mine with 6 1080 ti's, what mobo do you find to be most successful? I'm trashing this MSI and going to buy a new one

I use Biostar Tb 250 BTC. Runs flawlessly with 6x 1080ti.


This is my rig: http://cryptomininghw.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/banner2.jpg

These run 5 cards since I couldn't find more 1600w psu. Any mining motherboard should work fine, but 8+ cards and dual psu/server psu requires more knowledge to set up.

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September 21, 2017, 03:35:48 PM
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For those of you who are not multi algo mining, what are you finding most profitable?

SIGT right now. There are a ton of algos 10-20% less profitable than SIGT, like zec and skein.

where are you guys trading your sigts? i lost like 200 sigts when i tried to deposit at cryptopia, my windows wallet is already showing like 400 confirmations but nothing had hapend in my cryptopia wallet so far..

Yobit. Same I lost some coins, like 1.5k coins... Mined for a whole day before realizing the issue. They say they are still syncing their SIGT wallets. Hopefully we can get our coins back.

Those of you guys that mine with 6 1080 ti's, what mobo do you find to be most successful? I'm trashing this MSI and going to buy a new one

I use Biostar Tb 250 BTC. Runs flawlessly with 6x 1080ti.


This is my rig: http://cryptomininghw.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/banner2.jpg

These run 5 cards since I couldn't find more 1600w psu. Any mining motherboard should work fine, but 8+ cards and dual psu/server psu requires more knowledge to set up.

Thank you,

also I was able to finally recover my SIGT coins from cryptopia yesterday, looks like the wallets went back online

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September 21, 2017, 04:39:09 PM
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Will sale offshore for like 3 weeks.
Considering what to do with the rigs...
Just leave it,hard reboot once a day or once a hour...
Is there any real good software that can check if miners are ok and all the cards online?
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September 21, 2017, 05:01:26 PM
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Will sale offshore for like 3 weeks.
Considering what to do with the rigs...
Just leave it,hard reboot once a day or once a hour...
Is there any real good software that can check if miners are ok and all the cards online?

Some pools send an email if your rig goes offline. I also add a 4 hour restart loop to my nvidia rigs. Lose maybe 0.5% of profit from that restart, but there's no need to worry if something hangs.

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September 21, 2017, 05:38:28 PM
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Those of you guys that mine with 6 1080 ti's, what mobo do you find to be most successful? I'm trashing this MSI and going to buy a new one

ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ motherboard; comes ready, no settings changed nothing - started mining from day 1 till today non stop (Besides the crashes that come from overclocking too much) non stop with 8x 1080ti, has slots for 13.

Using windows 10 pro.
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September 21, 2017, 06:39:37 PM
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Those of you guys that mine with 6 1080 ti's, what mobo do you find to be most successful? I'm trashing this MSI and going to buy a new one

I use this one for 7 GPUs: https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-PRIME-Z270-LGA1151-Motherboard/dp/B01NGTYV2Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1506019120&sr=8-1&keywords=ASUS+PRIME+Z270-A+LGA1151+DDR4+DP+HDMI+DVI+M.2+USB+3.1+Z270+ATX+Motherboard
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September 21, 2017, 06:44:27 PM
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Those of you guys that mine with 6 1080 ti's, what mobo do you find to be most successful? I'm trashing this MSI and going to buy a new one

ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ motherboard; comes ready, no settings changed nothing - started mining from day 1 till today non stop (Besides the crashes that come from overclocking too much) non stop with 8x 1080ti, has slots for 13.

Using windows 10 pro.

I use the same board with 12 cards, but under Linux. No crash so far, but again, I never had a crash, even when mining with ewbf.
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September 21, 2017, 07:20:48 PM
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ASRock H81 Pro BTC R2.0 by 6 ti

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September 21, 2017, 08:47:54 PM
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alright, I got a new ASrock mobo next day aired for tomorrow. Hope it works

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September 21, 2017, 08:51:30 PM
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alright, I got a new ASrock mobo next day aired for tomorrow. Hope it works

H81 or H110 ? How many cards do you have ?
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September 21, 2017, 09:36:50 PM
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H110, only plan on running 6 max.. and then just building another. I did have an order placed for ASRock B250 but I ended up canceling it and going with the H110.

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September 21, 2017, 09:47:18 PM
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H110, only plan on running 6 max.. and then just building another. I did have an order placed for ASRock B250 but I ended up canceling it and going with the H110.

Why waste money and buy another for another rig unless you have more than 8-13 GPU? This board can run 13 same type GPU on Linux or 8x nvidia 5x AMD on windows 10 out of the box - I only put eight because I prefer windows and that's the limit, mainly to mine the more profitable algos like skein.
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September 21, 2017, 09:53:09 PM
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H110, only plan on running 6 max.. and then just building another. I did have an order placed for ASRock B250 but I ended up canceling it and going with the H110.

Why waste money and buy another for another rig unless you have more than 8-13 GPU? This board can run 13 same type GPU on Linux or 8x nvidia 5x AMD on windows 10 out of the box - I only put eight because I prefer windows and that's the limit, mainly to mine the more profitable algos like skein.

Point of failure, chance of it going offline.. its like 200-400 dollars to start a new rig

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September 21, 2017, 11:30:40 PM
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Those of you guys that mine with 6 1080 ti's, what mobo do you find to be most successful? I'm trashing this MSI and going to buy a new one
Gigabyte H110 D3A works perfect for me.
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September 22, 2017, 11:24:15 AM
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Those of you guys that mine with 6 1080 ti's, what mobo do you find to be most successful? I'm trashing this MSI and going to buy a new one
Gigabyte H110 D3A works perfect for me.

Is your board set to "mining mode" in the bios? Some of mine cant handle 6x 1080 Ti, iv tried 3 types of risers etc. Im thinking some PCIe slots are just bad.
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September 22, 2017, 02:38:35 PM
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can anyone post an example of what their sniffdog bat file looks like? I cant seem to get mine running at all. it just doesnt seem to mine, Sometimes it fails other times it says its running yet the gpus arent actually being used.

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September 22, 2017, 02:54:17 PM
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Any new update of Sniffdog miner?

I've been using the same one that was posted here the first time.

If it has changed please post here.


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