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June 21, 2017, 05:11:53 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
You have fucking good temperature and voltage usage

i set my card on 80% power limit and my statistic on miner,
GPU#0:ASUS GTX 1080 Ti, 952.79MH/s
GPU#0:ASUS GTX 1080 Ti, 4.3MH/W, 0.52MH/Mhz
GPU#0:ASUS GTX 1080 Ti, 67C(F:44%) 1850/4498MHz(218W)

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June 21, 2017, 07:36:22 AM
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For Skein, the Alexis 78 miner does quite a bit better than any of the alternatives.
 I was seeing close to 20% improvement over trpuvot version on my 1070s and 1080 I was testing on for a while.

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June 21, 2017, 10:56:46 AM
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Out of curiosity. Any of you running previous iterations of the cards and how long it ran?

90% fan speed with 99% load , 6-7 months? lifespan of the cards?
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June 21, 2017, 02:16:07 PM
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Newbie question:

So, I started to mine LBRY (ccminer2.0) on suprnova pool with 2 TI's and my hashrate is about 990 MH/s. I checked on whattomine calculator my estimated reward and it should be about 23 LBC/day.
Well, for me its look like really inaccurate estimation, because I'm mining so much less than that.
Is this calculator wrong or am I doing something wrong?

Thanks for reply.
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June 21, 2017, 02:25:48 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
You have fucking good temperature and voltage usage

i set my card on 80% power limit and my statistic on miner,
GPU#0:ASUS GTX 1080 Ti, 952.79MH/s
GPU#0:ASUS GTX 1080 Ti, 4.3MH/W, 0.52MH/Mhz
GPU#0:ASUS GTX 1080 Ti, 67C(F:44%) 1850/4498MHz(218W)

Yeah he is whipping me as well. 

GPU#2:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 911.19MH/s
GPU#2:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 4.9MH/W, 22MH/Mhz
GPU#2:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 69C(F:80%) 42/4498MHz(186W)
GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 883.59MH/s
GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 4.8MH/W, 11MH/Mhz
GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 71C(F:80%) 78/4498MHz(185W)
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June 21, 2017, 03:45:13 PM
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GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 926.53MH/s
[2017-06-21 11:44:25] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 4.1MH/W, 0.52MH/Mhz
[2017-06-21 11:44:25] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 71C(F:80%) 1786/4704MHz(224W)


Mine is this.

It's confirmed, i don't know jack i'm doing. Tinkering around and waiting for screen to turn off and then start over again lol
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June 21, 2017, 03:46:50 PM
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GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 926.53MH/s
[2017-06-21 11:44:25] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 4.1MH/W, 0.52MH/Mhz
[2017-06-21 11:44:25] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 71C(F:80%) 1786/4704MHz(224W)


Mine is this.

How many DGB can you mine per day and on which pool?
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June 21, 2017, 03:48:45 PM
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GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 926.53MH/s
[2017-06-21 11:44:25] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 4.1MH/W, 0.52MH/Mhz
[2017-06-21 11:44:25] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 71C(F:80%) 1786/4704MHz(224W)


Mine is this.

How many DGB can you mine per day and on which pool?

I have no clue. Sorry. I'm newer than newbies.

I just put in my addy and letting it run in background. That's all I know. Eventually money shows up in Electrum. So far I've earned 0.0067 BTC

Nicehash was suppose to pay out on 20 june but it never came. So $20 evaporated somewhere I guess.
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June 21, 2017, 04:01:34 PM
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can you push your hashrate in this topic, please

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1977715.0

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June 21, 2017, 05:58:44 PM
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GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 7189.36MH/s
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 32MH/W, 4MH/Mhz
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 71C(F:76%) 1783/4704MHz(225W)
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] [S/A/T]: 0/97/97, diff: 204.668, 7131.48MH/s yes!


This is something blake2block -no clue what that is but this is the speed.


Guys when you use Nemosminer with zpool.ca - how often do you get paid and how long does it take to come to your account?
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June 21, 2017, 06:09:16 PM
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GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 7189.36MH/s
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 32MH/W, 4MH/Mhz
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 71C(F:76%) 1783/4704MHz(225W)
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] [S/A/T]: 0/97/97, diff: 204.668, 7131.48MH/s yes!


This is something blake2block -no clue what that is but this is the speed.


Guys when you use Nemosminer with zpool.ca - how often do you get paid and how long does it take to come to your account?

hard to say at zpool, especially since if you mine any Netko blocks the coinbase maturity is like 120 confirms, and they have 10 min blocks so thats like 2 days Smiley
i mined nemo at zpool for 24 hours and made 85% profitability , prob not gonna do it anymore myself, the switching takes too much time imo

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June 21, 2017, 06:31:24 PM
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GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 7189.36MH/s
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 32MH/W, 4MH/Mhz
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 71C(F:76%) 1783/4704MHz(225W)
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] [S/A/T]: 0/97/97, diff: 204.668, 7131.48MH/s yes!


This is something blake2block -no clue what that is but this is the speed.


Guys when you use Nemosminer with zpool.ca - how often do you get paid and how long does it take to come to your account?

hard to say at zpool, especially since if you mine any Netko blocks the coinbase maturity is like 120 confirms, and they have 10 min blocks so thats like 2 days Smiley
i mined nemo at zpool for 24 hours and made 85% profitability , prob not gonna do it anymore myself, the switching takes too much time imo

Also, Nicehash Miner says pay date June 20 - and it's June 21 today , so I assume it'll take 2 days as well.

Zpool website stats payout 9:11 EDT - so it converts them to something else and then forwards the funds?  (2 days for that)
What if I buy something online, the buyer wil also get funds in 2 days? or that stuff is instant?
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June 21, 2017, 06:32:23 PM
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Hi can I get at leat 10 usd per day with this card ? I'm very new to this. I want to build a pc a mine when I'm not using it
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June 21, 2017, 07:46:50 PM
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GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 7189.36MH/s
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 32MH/W, 4MH/Mhz
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] GPU#0:GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 71C(F:76%) 1783/4704MHz(225W)
[2017-06-21 13:56:08] [S/A/T]: 0/97/97, diff: 204.668, 7131.48MH/s yes!


This is something blake2block -no clue what that is but this is the speed.


Guys when you use Nemosminer with zpool.ca - how often do you get paid and how long does it take to come to your account?

hard to say at zpool, especially since if you mine any Netko blocks the coinbase maturity is like 120 confirms, and they have 10 min blocks so thats like 2 days Smiley
i mined nemo at zpool for 24 hours and made 85% profitability , prob not gonna do it anymore myself, the switching takes too much time imo

Also, Nicehash Miner says pay date June 20 - and it's June 21 today , so I assume it'll take 2 days as well.

Zpool website stats payout 9:11 EDT - so it converts them to something else and then forwards the funds?  (2 days for that)
What if I buy something online, the buyer wil also get funds in 2 days? or that stuff is instant?

its all on their perspective sites, nicehash pays once a week over 0.01BTC, and every day over 0.1BTC, zpool pays like every 3 hours but ONLY on confirmed funds.
Netko is a rare one, most coins confirm quicker, zpool has to not only let them confirm but then AFTER sell them and give YOU the BTC, who knows how long that will take, but thats just Netko coin, nothing zpool can do :/
usually with str8 BTC a merchant fully recieves the funds between 1-6 confirmations (one being on its way and 6 confirms being "irreversable") and its usually quite quick but theres factors like fees/congestion

edit: it also worth noting if you login and use the in house mining wallet on Nicehash you can w/d anytime like a normal wallet Smiley  (w/d fee 0.001BTC and mininum balance 0.002BTC)

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June 22, 2017, 12:40:35 AM
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Hi can I get at leat 10 usd per day with this card ? I'm very new to this. I want to build a pc a mine when I'm not using it

 $10 a day seems a bit iffy right now, but $8-$9 should be easily achieved based on reported hashrates I've seen.


 I have not had good experiences with any suprnova pool, they seem to ALL work poorly or short you on shares.'
 I grant my sample size is small though, and some folks DO like those pools - but I've also seen a lot of "don't pay out what they should" complaints.

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June 22, 2017, 01:12:30 AM
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I've been trading for the last year and just got back into mining.

Just a PSA for anyone new to the game; IMO Do NOT trade in your Digibyte and hold as long as possible.

I would be in Spain, driving a Ferrari if I never traded in my alts for daily BTC in mining pools 3 years ago.


So first mine yourself 10,000 DGB to start with for example and when you get an urge to sell just remember this;
  

For every 10,000 DGB you have and for every 1 cent DGB goes up in trade value, you will make an extra $100 dollars in profit.

For example:

10,000 DGB x 0.01  = $100
10,000 DGB x 0.02  = $200


But what if you have 50,000 DBG?

For every cent it goes up;

50,000 DGB x 0.01 = $500
50,000 DGB x 0.02 = $1000


Anyways just my thoughts on things....








 

 
  

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June 22, 2017, 01:45:19 AM
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I am thinking of just hoping on Nicehash and starting with that on my (2) 1080ti's...
Anyone have an basic settings to go in with at Nicehash?

I read a lot 70%tdp, 150+ clock -mem

Looking to just get something basic in until then weekend when I have time to tune and tweak and find a good pool

Any thoughts are appreciated.
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June 22, 2017, 02:24:06 AM
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I've been trading for the last year and just got back into mining.

Just a PSA for anyone new to the game; IMO Do NOT trade in your Digibyte and hold as long as possible.

I would be in Spain, driving a Ferrari if I never traded in my alts for daily BTC in mining pools 3 years ago.


So first mine yourself 10,000 DGB to start with for example and when you get an urge to sell just remember this;
  

For every 10,000 DGB you have and for every 1 cent DGB goes up in trade value, you will make an extra $100 dollars in profit.

For example:

10,000 DGB x 0.01  = $100
10,000 DGB x 0.02  = $200


But what if you have 50,000 DBG?

For every cent it goes up;

50,000 DGB x 0.01 = $500
50,000 DGB x 0.02 = $1000


Anyways just my thoughts on things....








 

 
  



But what if it goes down 1 cent?
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June 22, 2017, 03:37:39 AM
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I've been trading for the last year and just got back into mining.

Just a PSA for anyone new to the game; IMO Do NOT trade in your Digibyte and hold as long as possible.

I would be in Spain, driving a Ferrari if I never traded in my alts for daily BTC in mining pools 3 years ago.


So first mine yourself 10,000 DGB to start with for example and when you get an urge to sell just remember this;
  

For every 10,000 DGB you have and for every 1 cent DGB goes up in trade value, you will make an extra $100 dollars in profit.

For example:

10,000 DGB x 0.01  = $100
10,000 DGB x 0.02  = $200


But what if you have 50,000 DBG?

For every cent it goes up;

50,000 DGB x 0.01 = $500
50,000 DGB x 0.02 = $1000


Anyways just my thoughts on things....








 

 
  



DGB/BTC is going down, at least in past week.
most altcoins will disappear eventually, I don't want to bet on luck
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June 22, 2017, 03:57:37 AM
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What is the hashrate?

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