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October 08, 2017, 09:37:38 PM
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whats the round up for Q4 2017?

what does the 1080Ti do best currently?

Yeah, what is currently best to mine (something that is steady earner, not needing to change coin every day)?
I dont trus www.whatomine.com at all, those numbers are wrong...
They aren't wrong. They're theoretical. They can't predict the future. So treat them as what they are: a good indication, at most.

everyday some of those numbers are way off, so yeah, you could say they are wrong.

I know they are theoretical and I get what it means, but Im talking about mistakes with current profitability, it used to favorize monero at one moment and some other non sense...

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October 09, 2017, 06:50:08 AM
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How are you getting your 210W power reading? With a Kill-a-watt or similar?

I'd be surprised if it's not more like 250-300W for just the card with a 120% PL like you've shown

You have to lock the straps and voltage to get lower power consumption.

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October 09, 2017, 07:38:54 AM
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I would love to get mine down to 210 watts...
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October 09, 2017, 08:18:56 AM
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whats the round up for Q4 2017?

what does the 1080Ti do best currently?

Yeah, what is currently best to mine (something that is steady earner, not needing to change coin every day)?
I dont trus www.whatomine.com at all, those numbers are wrong...

Zcash is the steadiest coin in my opinion. Largest market cap of equihash algo with lowest volatility.

If you are content with switching, you will make slightly more. Zcoin, lyra2v2 algo has same revenue but it uses 130W of power only. You'll need to upgrade your rigs to CUDA 9 for best performance. I like less heat and saving a few cents of power, so I'm at zcoin now.


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October 09, 2017, 09:15:26 AM
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whats the round up for Q4 2017?

what does the 1080Ti do best currently?

Yeah, what is currently best to mine (something that is steady earner, not needing to change coin every day)?
I dont trus www.whatomine.com at all, those numbers are wrong...
Mine Zcoin now with which you will be earning $2.7/day/card. You will be saving money on electricity also as card will run on 55% TDP.
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October 09, 2017, 09:54:18 AM
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Hey guys,
I heard ahashpool and/or hash rafinery are best places to rent 1080ti hashing power, and supposedly they can give up to $4 per card daily,
that is way higher than other sources - are there any merit to this claim?

I'm currently on zcoin, and I ain't keen on experimenting too much, but if somebody has experience, pls do share.

Thanks

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October 09, 2017, 10:28:22 AM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high
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October 09, 2017, 11:47:09 AM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high

seems, but real.

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October 09, 2017, 12:05:55 PM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high

seems, but real.

on which pool do you think it is possible?

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October 09, 2017, 12:16:18 PM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high
Maybe it is some smaller pool which got lucky and found more blocks than it should, so profitability was a bit higher.

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October 09, 2017, 12:17:49 PM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high
Maybe it is some smaller pool which got lucky and found more blocks than it should, so profitability was a bit higher.

Well for hashrefinery (30days test) 5x Ti got stable 0.001/ea BTC per day (not excluding costs).
So it's 4-3$ per day.

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October 09, 2017, 12:24:27 PM
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whats the round up for Q4 2017?

what does the 1080Ti do best currently?

Yeah, what is currently best to mine (something that is steady earner, not needing to change coin every day)?
I dont trus www.whatomine.com at all, those numbers are wrong...

Zcash is the steadiest coin in my opinion. Largest market cap of equihash algo with lowest volatility.

If you are content with switching, you will make slightly more. Zcoin, lyra2v2 algo has same revenue but it uses 130W of power only. You'll need to upgrade your rigs to CUDA 9 for best performance. I like less heat and saving a few cents of power, so I'm at zcoin now.

Im not familiar with CUDA upgrade, but I like the sound of 130w usage. Could you please give some link how to upgrade and mine zcoin?


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October 09, 2017, 12:24:44 PM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high
Maybe it is some smaller pool which got lucky and found more blocks than it should, so profitability was a bit higher.

Well for hashrefinery (30days test) 5x Ti got stable 0.001/ea BTC per day (not excluding costs).
So it's 4-3$ per day.

Thanks, I'll give it a try!
Can I use ccminer 2.2.1 there? or which one?

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October 09, 2017, 12:27:11 PM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high
Maybe it is some smaller pool which got lucky and found more blocks than it should, so profitability was a bit higher.

Well for hashrefinery (30days test) 5x Ti got stable 0.001/ea BTC per day (not excluding costs).
So it's 4-3$ per day.

Thanks, I'll give it a try!
Can I use ccminer 2.2.1 there? or which one?
I'm using latest version of sniffdog miner and ccminers that's included in it. (I'm only switching between skein and  nist5 algo)

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October 09, 2017, 12:41:02 PM
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I'd say best mining option for 1080ti are some games! Go gaming and make mining for others easier Smiley
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October 09, 2017, 12:41:53 PM
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whats the round up for Q4 2017?

what does the 1080Ti do best currently?

Yeah, what is currently best to mine (something that is steady earner, not needing to change coin every day)?
I dont trus www.whatomine.com at all, those numbers are wrong...

Zcash is the steadiest coin in my opinion. Largest market cap of equihash algo with lowest volatility.

If you are content with switching, you will make slightly more. Zcoin, lyra2v2 algo has same revenue but it uses 130W of power only. You'll need to upgrade your rigs to CUDA 9 for best performance. I like less heat and saving a few cents of power, so I'm at zcoin now.


Im not familiar with CUDA upgrade, but I like the sound of 130w usage. Could you please give some link how to upgrade and mine zcoin? (I accidentally wrote as a quote)

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October 09, 2017, 01:15:49 PM
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Here's my specs and what I'm mining.

2 x GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X 11G
MSI Afterburner settings:
Power limit 70%  (get about 1270 Sols/s on 65%)
Core Clock +200  (100% stable)
Memory Clock +300 (just because)

Temperature 50c
Fan speed around 60%

Drawing 382w from wall.
1343 Sol/s
EWBF-Zec-Miner 0.3.4b
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About 0.01932531 zec/day
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October 09, 2017, 01:19:07 PM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high
Maybe it is some smaller pool which got lucky and found more blocks than it should, so profitability was a bit higher.

Well for hashrefinery (30days test) 5x Ti got stable 0.001/ea BTC per day (not excluding costs).
So it's 4-3$ per day.

Thanks, I'll give it a try!
Can I use ccminer 2.2.1 there? or which one?
I'm using latest version of sniffdog miner and ccminers that's included in it. (I'm only switching between skein and  nist5 algo)
I've been struggling to have either Sniffdog or Nemo working stable on my rig. It will always crash at some point. Several times a day. I'm suspecting Alexis might be the biggest offender, but I don't think it's the only one.

What delays/intervals are you setting your miner at?
Also, while I've setup Speedfan to monitor GPU temps (and automatically reboot the rig if any GPU's temp falls below a certain threshold for 10 consecutive minutes), the rig will regularly disconnect completely (i.e. probably failing reboot - and becoming un-controllable from Teamviewer).

All in all a very unsatisfactory situation which I am struggling to fix. Was hoping there would be more people out there who could share similar experiences (and would be interested to know if and how they'd fixed it).
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October 09, 2017, 01:36:12 PM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high
Maybe it is some smaller pool which got lucky and found more blocks than it should, so profitability was a bit higher.

Well for hashrefinery (30days test) 5x Ti got stable 0.001/ea BTC per day (not excluding costs).
So it's 4-3$ per day.

Thanks, I'll give it a try!
Can I use ccminer 2.2.1 there? or which one?
I'm using latest version of sniffdog miner and ccminers that's included in it. (I'm only switching between skein and  nist5 algo)

Thanks man, I'll go check it out. Didnt use it before...

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October 09, 2017, 01:47:38 PM
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4$ a day for 1080ti seems too high
Maybe it is some smaller pool which got lucky and found more blocks than it should, so profitability was a bit higher.

Well for hashrefinery (30days test) 5x Ti got stable 0.001/ea BTC per day (not excluding costs).
So it's 4-3$ per day.

Thanks, I'll give it a try!
Can I use ccminer 2.2.1 there? or which one?
I'm using latest version of sniffdog miner and ccminers that's included in it. (I'm only switching between skein and  nist5 algo)
I've been struggling to have either Sniffdog or Nemo working stable on my rig. It will always crash at some point. Several times a day. I'm suspecting Alexis might be the biggest offender, but I don't think it's the only one.

What delays/intervals are you setting your miner at?
Also, while I've setup Speedfan to monitor GPU temps (and automatically reboot the rig if any GPU's temp falls below a certain threshold for 10 consecutive minutes), the rig will regularly disconnect completely (i.e. probably failing reboot - and becoming un-controllable from Teamviewer).

All in all a very unsatisfactory situation which I am struggling to fix. Was hoping there would be more people out there who could share similar experiences (and would be interested to know if and how they'd fixed it).
I've set delays at 150 - so I wont lose as much shares from switching every 30 sec ( sometimes, especially on skein 2-3 cards starts hashing right away, then last 2 after 45sec).
Are you OCd your cards? Maybe they are crashing because of too high OC on some algos (that's why I mine only skein and nist5 - they can be used with exactly same OC - also blake2s/lyra/skunk).
Also check Your PL - with some algos (like blake2s) your cards goes WoooooF throu their PL ranging from 10% to 100+% PL (depending on algo which is calculated at the moment). I've let my Zotac Amp Extreme bench with other cards on 100% - aircraf was starting from my PSU Cheesy
For remote controling I strongly advise Google Chrome Remote Desktop. One of few apps that let me reboot my rig and then access without problems You stated. Also You can use it from any device and it's completly free.
If You have any questions feel free to drop me PM, I'll answer all if I can Smiley

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