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June 20, 2017, 11:19:53 AM
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Is it possible to get 800 sols/s on 1080ti ?
I think this is the only way to outprofit skein on equihash algo, otherwise it is less profitable.


i would say its not possible currently to get 800 sol/s as i bought the biggest baddest card i could find with that exact plan and maxed out at 760 ;p
and the card draws fuck near 400 watts at that hash!
Needless to say, i run it closer to 700 sol/s at 225ish watts in normal mode

Skein is more profitable sure but for like 5 of us, anyone adding even 1/2 a farm would kill the profit preeeeety quick, we need moar Skein coins!


I didn't understand how to config that EWBF what not.

I'm using nemo miner  and sometimes I get 759 and sometimes 630 Sol/s

I have founder's edition card. I'm at Memory clock +300 and Gpu + 195 - Power +110% and temp at 90C max.

I hover around 2025 GPU clock and 77C all day.

Are you  overclocked more than I am or you getting those speeds at stock?

I don't even know how much money I can make or am making since it's posted above that Sol /= hash

my clocks are -40/ -400 for that hash, 80% power= 700 sol/s too much power draw if over 80% power limit otherwise imo.
i left the options default otherwise, tho i did play with --solver 2 , its more stable but slower in my tests (readme says same)
i wonder if theres some bottleneck somewhere or a heat spot thats causing that jump in your speed? i admit i am not a expert myself to really say more :/
maybe thats how nemos miners works tho too im only trying it now myself, hard to find the time i usually just leave my rigs alone ;p




Are you using Evga for overclock? and you kept it at 80% power? It won't accept the overclock speeds at 80% draw. I had to move to 90% draw then I can see speeds of 1900 mhz. Even for fan to run , it needs power.
I bought myPC for gaming lol , so if I don't keep it stable , it'll flash and reboot the card driver with stock settings. The founder edition Ti runs hotter than aftermarket cards though.
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June 20, 2017, 11:24:22 AM
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Is it possible to get 800 sols/s on 1080ti ?
I think this is the only way to outprofit skein on equihash algo, otherwise it is less profitable.


i would say its not possible currently to get 800 sol/s as i bought the biggest baddest card i could find with that exact plan and maxed out at 760 ;p
and the card draws fuck near 400 watts at that hash!
Needless to say, i run it closer to 700 sol/s at 225ish watts in normal mode

Skein is more profitable sure but for like 5 of us, anyone adding even 1/2 a farm would kill the profit preeeeety quick, we need moar Skein coins!


I didn't understand how to config that EWBF what not.

I'm using nemo miner  and sometimes I get 759 and sometimes 630 Sol/s

I have founder's edition card. I'm at Memory clock +300 and Gpu + 195 - Power +110% and temp at 90C max.

I hover around 2025 GPU clock and 77C all day.

Are you  overclocked more than I am or you getting those speeds at stock?

I don't even know how much money I can make or am making since it's posted above that Sol /= hash

Don't you guys pay for electricity :-D
I run my 1080TI at 175-185W max on skein -> 900-930 Mh/s depending of the temperature (it's very hot this days).

thats were i would like mine, 900 at 185, i really just need to put the time into the tweaking the ti's like one would an AMD, these Nvidia cards have made me lazy Cheesy



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June 20, 2017, 11:26:20 AM
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Is it possible to get 800 sols/s on 1080ti ?
I think this is the only way to outprofit skein on equihash algo, otherwise it is less profitable.


i would say its not possible currently to get 800 sol/s as i bought the biggest baddest card i could find with that exact plan and maxed out at 760 ;p
and the card draws fuck near 400 watts at that hash!
Needless to say, i run it closer to 700 sol/s at 225ish watts in normal mode

Skein is more profitable sure but for like 5 of us, anyone adding even 1/2 a farm would kill the profit preeeeety quick, we need moar Skein coins!


I didn't understand how to config that EWBF what not.

I'm using nemo miner  and sometimes I get 759 and sometimes 630 Sol/s

I have founder's edition card. I'm at Memory clock +300 and Gpu + 195 - Power +110% and temp at 90C max.

I hover around 2025 GPU clock and 77C all day.

Are you  overclocked more than I am or you getting those speeds at stock?

I don't even know how much money I can make or am making since it's posted above that Sol /= hash

my clocks are -40/ -400 for that hash, 80% power= 700 sol/s too much power draw if over 80% power limit otherwise imo.
i left the options default otherwise, tho i did play with --solver 2 , its more stable but slower in my tests (readme says same)
i wonder if theres some bottleneck somewhere or a heat spot thats causing that jump in your speed? i admit i am not a expert myself to really say more :/
maybe thats how nemos miners works tho too im only trying it now myself, hard to find the time i usually just leave my rigs alone ;p




Are you using Evga for overclock? and you kept it at 80% power? It won't accept the overclock speeds at 80% draw. I had to move to 90% draw then I can see speeds of 1900 mhz. Even for fan to run , it needs power.
I bought myPC for gaming lol , so if I don't keep it stable , it'll flash and reboot the card driver with stock settings. The founder edition Ti runs hotter than aftermarket cards though.

im using aftterburner, i havent never had an EVGA card myself so always just used afterburner ;p
ya thats why my clocks are so low, then you can have the lower power limit and it wont be chocking and throttling trying to keep the high clocks you set


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June 20, 2017, 11:49:15 AM
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What would be a good miner to use with 1080Ti?

What coin are you trying to mine?

Equihash algorithm coins. Zcash, ZCL, Zen, Hush, KMD.

I use nicehash miner, for Equihash I get 740-770 Sol/s with an overclocked Titan X Pascal card, I recommend you try their multi-algorithm miner to see if it pleases you, also the software have a benchmark tool for each algo, that is very useful.

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June 20, 2017, 12:20:38 PM
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Is it possible to get 800 sols/s on 1080ti ?
I think this is the only way to outprofit skein on equihash algo, otherwise it is less profitable.


i would say its not possible currently to get 800 sol/s as i bought the biggest baddest card i could find with that exact plan and maxed out at 760 ;p
and the card draws fuck near 400 watts at that hash!
Needless to say, i run it closer to 700 sol/s at 225ish watts in normal mode

Skein is more profitable sure but for like 5 of us, anyone adding even 1/2 a farm would kill the profit preeeeety quick, we need moar Skein coins!


I didn't understand how to config that EWBF what not.

I'm using nemo miner  and sometimes I get 759 and sometimes 630 Sol/s

I have founder's edition card. I'm at Memory clock +300 and Gpu + 195 - Power +110% and temp at 90C max.

I hover around 2025 GPU clock and 77C all day.

Are you  overclocked more than I am or you getting those speeds at stock?

I don't even know how much money I can make or am making since it's posted above that Sol /= hash

my clocks are -40/ -400 for that hash, 80% power= 700 sol/s too much power draw if over 80% power limit otherwise imo.
i left the options default otherwise, tho i did play with --solver 2 , its more stable but slower in my tests (readme says same)
i wonder if theres some bottleneck somewhere or a heat spot thats causing that jump in your speed? i admit i am not a expert myself to really say more :/
maybe thats how nemos miners works tho too im only trying it now myself, hard to find the time i usually just leave my rigs alone ;p




Are you using Evga for overclock? and you kept it at 80% power? It won't accept the overclock speeds at 80% draw. I had to move to 90% draw then I can see speeds of 1900 mhz. Even for fan to run , it needs power.
I bought myPC for gaming lol , so if I don't keep it stable , it'll flash and reboot the card driver with stock settings. The founder edition Ti runs hotter than aftermarket cards though.

im using aftterburner, i havent never had an EVGA card myself so always just used afterburner ;p
ya thats why my clocks are so low, then you can have the lower power limit and it wont be chocking and throttling trying to keep the high clocks you set


Evga precision is like Afterburner ,my card itself is just nVidia Founders Edition- 1080ti - so the mining speed doesn't depend on clock speeds? how's that possible? If you are low at clock speeds and are getting 700 Sol, lol what sort of sorcery is this?
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June 20, 2017, 12:29:21 PM
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Is it possible to get 800 sols/s on 1080ti ?
I think this is the only way to outprofit skein on equihash algo, otherwise it is less profitable





Evga precision is like Afterburner ,my card itself is just nVidia Founders Edition- 1080ti - so the mining speed doesn't depend on clock speeds? how's that possible? If you are low at clock speeds and are getting 700 Sol, lol what sort of sorcery is this?


1: its called the "silicon lottery"
2: as i stated before , i bought the biggest baddes ti probably that money can buy, so that's prob why Smiley people report FE's suk tho i personally have PNY 1070 FE's and i LOVE them so idk :/


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June 20, 2017, 04:47:44 PM
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I don't even know how much money I can make or am making since it's posted above that Sol /= hash

 For Equihash coins like ZEC, sol IS = hash for all practical purposes.



 Afterburner works nicely on all of the EVGA cards I own - and I prefer the "classic" interface (the current default interface is too "pretty" and HARD TO READ and less functional imo) and lower "overhead" to PrecisionX, plus PrecisionX in my experience with it crashes a lot more often.


 Mining speed for a lot of algos depends on memory speed to a significant degree - ETH in particular is hard memory limited after a point and VERY sensitive to memory latancy - not just on raw clock rate.

 Also keep in mind that you can't set a "boost" clock, you can only set the "base" clock.

 Most cards will run the GPU at a lower voltage when the TDP is dropped, but often can maintain their boost clock for a little ways into the undervolting - how far depends on the specific chip, as manufacturing variations will affect each chip differently - this is a large part of what the "silicon lottery" is about, getting LUCKY and ending up with a card that has a GPU that undervolts well and memory/GPU that overclocks better.


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June 20, 2017, 06:13:53 PM
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I don't even know how much money I can make or am making since it's posted above that Sol /= hash

 For Equihash coins like ZEC, sol IS = hash for all practical purposes.



 Afterburner works nicely on all of the EVGA cards I own - and I prefer the "classic" interface (the current default interface is too "pretty" and HARD TO READ and less functional imo) and lower "overhead" to PrecisionX, plus PrecisionX in my experience with it crashes a lot more often.


 Mining speed for a lot of algos depends on memory speed to a significant degree - ETH in particular is hard memory limited after a point and VERY sensitive to memory latancy - not just on raw clock rate.

 Also keep in mind that you can't set a "boost" clock, you can only set the "base" clock.

 Most cards will run the GPU at a lower voltage when the TDP is dropped, but often can maintain their boost clock for a little ways into the undervolting - how far depends on the specific chip, as manufacturing variations will affect each chip differently - this is a large part of what the "silicon lottery" is about, getting LUCKY and ending up with a card that has a GPU that undervolts well and memory/GPU that overclocks better.


I had mine clocked up to +210 mhz and it worked fine with +120% power since I didn't check lower power settings.

BTW does BTC electrum wallet address change daily? I just realized today my receiving address in the wallet is different than what it was. THIS IS SO stupid because GPU worked day and night only to send waste money.
Now I have re-entered receiving address in the config file of Nemo miner again but this is so stupid that receiving address got changed on its own. Entire 24 hour period of work gone wasted.

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June 20, 2017, 06:18:14 PM
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The address change is normal, Electrum is an "HD" wallet.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Deterministic_wallet#Type_2_hierarchical_deterministic_wallet


tl;dr   :   it changes each time you USE the address, and ALL PREVIOUS addresses still resolve to the same wallet (you will still get your transactions)



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The address change is normal, Electrum is an "HD" wallet.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Deterministic_wallet#Type_2_hierarchical_deterministic_wallet


tl;dr   :   it changes each time you USE the address, and ALL PREVIOUS addresses still resolve to the same wallet (you will still get your transactions)



OH DAMN! thanks. I was kicking myself lol
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I got Giga Auros and Asus Strix 1080 Ti.

Experimenting to find a sweet spot.

So for Yiimp or Zpool it is more straightforward

Yiimp==>ccminerAlexis78.exe -a skein -o stratum+tcp://yiimp.ccminer.org:4933 -u myDGBAdrress -p c=DGB,stats (NO AUTO EXCHANGE)

Zpool==>ccminerAlexis78.exe -a skein -o stratum+tcp://skein.mine.zpool.ca:4933 -u myBTCAddress -p c=BTC,stats (AUTO EXCHANGE)

What about suprnova.cc?

I registered with it.

For each different kind of coin to mine, should I put my altcoin address to `Payment Address`section of the account?

For example so far I edited my account for hush coin @stratum+tcp://zdash.suprnova.cc:4048 and put my hush/zdash wallet into payment address.
 
When I logged into the pool and check my account @stratum+tcp://dgbs.suprnova.cc:5226, my payment address is empty (as expected)

So I will put my DGB address into payment address. Am I right?

As far I understand suprnova keeps address for each altcoin in its respective pool account.

Can I use same worker in different pools or create a unique worker for each pool and give it to CCMiner to avoid confusion regarding to payment addresses?

Thanks.

Note:

Stock values: 965Mh/s, 298W Power consumption and 3.2 Mh/e efficient.

I tried %70 TDP, +150 GPU and -502 for Mem--> 925 Mh/s DGB-Skein on Yiimp. Stats say:200W Power consumption and 4.6Mh/s efficient?

How bad or good is that?
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June 20, 2017, 08:08:19 PM
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ya yiimp and zpool use address as worker, but supernova uses a worker you create on worker page yupp
you can use the same worker name for different pools, keeps things simple, tho i believe each COIN you will have to make the worker off the bat the first time

And ya man just set the payment address there and min payout amount under "edit account" yupp Smiley

Ya my ti has similar clocks on skein and similar efficency, its quite nice, i believe mine was about 4.3-4.5 so at 4.6 your smiling Smiley

PROFITABILITY on skein, well tht is another story you will just have to test and see Smiley


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June 20, 2017, 08:27:53 PM
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ya yiimp and zpool use address as worker, but supernova uses a worker you create on worker page yupp
you can use the same worker name for different pools, keeps things simple, tho i believe each COIN you will have to make the worker off the bat the first time

And ya man just set the payment address there and min payout amount under "edit account" yupp Smiley

Ya my ti has similar clocks on skein and similar efficency, its quite nice, i believe mine was about 4.3-4.5 so at 4.6 your smiling Smiley

PROFITABILITY on skein, well tht is another story you will just have to test and see Smiley
Thanks for the clarifications.

I achieved efficiency about 5-5.1 but hash rate became around 860-875 @170W with %60TDP, +150 and -502.

For now I think I will go with 4.6 as I prefer better ROI first.

I plugged Asus Strix 1080Ti and will test it.

For coins to mine I am looking into DGB-Skein, Hush (Zdash), LBRY, Zec and Zcl. Nowadays they are kinda comparable in general.

If I make 10-11 USD per day it is good. I read some guys make around 14-20 USD. That is a range very nice to wohoaaa Smiley

Maybe they run their cards at 100-120TDP or they are really good at catching price jumps before they happen and dig that mine before its price increase Smiley
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June 20, 2017, 08:33:15 PM
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Don't you guys pay for electricity :-D
I run my 1080TI at 175-185W max on skein -> 900-930 Mh/s depending of the temperature (it's very hot this days).

Which Ti is that? What is TDP, GPU, Mem and Pool?
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June 20, 2017, 09:46:03 PM
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ya yiimp and zpool use address as worker, but supernova uses a worker you create on worker page yupp
you can use the same worker name for different pools, keeps things simple, tho i believe each COIN you will have to make the worker off the bat the first time

And ya man just set the payment address there and min payout amount under "edit account" yupp Smiley

Ya my ti has similar clocks on skein and similar efficency, its quite nice, i believe mine was about 4.3-4.5 so at 4.6 your smiling Smiley

PROFITABILITY on skein, well tht is another story you will just have to test and see Smiley
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If I make 10-11 USD per day it is good. I read some guys make around 14-20 USD. That is a range very nice to wohoaaa Smiley

Maybe they run their cards at 100-120TDP or they are really good at catching price jumps before they happen and dig that mine before its price increase Smiley

A couple of weeks ago DGB-skein was crazy profitable, you could make ~$14 at 80% tdp, sometimes even better. Right now I don't know of any coin that makes that much without increasing the TDP, which I don't personally care to do for various reasons. There's probably someone somewhere mining a sleeper coin that's crazy profitable and obscure enough that nobody has discovered and shared that info with the masses yet.... :p

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June 20, 2017, 09:48:22 PM
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Mining Dgb-Skein
gigabyte aurus extreme
power limit 75
core clock +165 at 800mv using curve in afterburner
mem -350
fan on 65% only 53 Celsius

940MH/s  5.1 MH/W   181W

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June 20, 2017, 09:57:52 PM
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Mining Dgb-Skein
gigabyte aurus extreme
power limit 75
core clock +165 at 800mv using curve in afterburner
mem -350
fan on 65% only 53 Celsius

940MH/s  5.1 MH/W   181W

How do you guys get the wattage info? I cant get it with GPU-Z like with AMD cards.
Tnx

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June 21, 2017, 12:59:14 AM
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Mining Dgb-Skein
gigabyte aurus extreme
power limit 75
core clock +165 at 800mv using curve in afterburner
mem -350
fan on 65% only 53 Celsius

940MH/s  5.1 MH/W   181W

How do you guys get the wattage info? I cant get it with GPU-Z like with AMD cards.
Tnx

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June 21, 2017, 01:29:10 AM
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Mining Dgb-Skein
gigabyte aurus extreme
power limit 75
core clock +165 at 800mv using curve in afterburner
mem -350
fan on 65% only 53 Celsius

940MH/s  5.1 MH/W   181W

Hi,

What mining software are you using for the above results?

TIA
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June 21, 2017, 02:06:00 AM
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Mining Dgb-Skein
gigabyte aurus extreme
power limit 75
core clock +165 at 800mv using curve in afterburner
mem -350
fan on 65% only 53 Celsius

940MH/s  5.1 MH/W   181W

Hi,

What mining software are you using for the above results?

TIA

Try the Alexis miner. ccmineralexis78.exe

The 1080Ti are actually VERY tweakable for energy efficiency when mining skein.

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