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October 20, 2017, 07:09:35 AM
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I wonder if there would be optimized miner for equihash for 1080ti?
cause this is really will help to pump the hash rate - usually we can assume that one 1080ti is equivalent of two 1070s.
one 1070 pushes 450 h/s in ZEC, so 1080ti should do about 900 h/s, but in reality 750-770 h/s, so we have potential for 20% imporval..

I wonder who can do that?

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October 20, 2017, 07:23:01 AM
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I wonder if there would be optimized miner for equihash for 1080ti?
cause this is really will help to pump the hash rate - usually we can assume that one 1080ti is equivalent of two 1070s.
one 1070 pushes 450 h/s in ZEC, so 1080ti should do about 900 h/s, but in reality 750-770 h/s, so we have potential for 20% imporval..

I wonder who can do that?
i don`t think so. we have GDDRx on 1080ti. even 11GB can`t make it quick enough.

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October 20, 2017, 09:14:35 AM
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I wonder if there would be optimized miner for equihash for 1080ti?
cause this is really will help to pump the hash rate - usually we can assume that one 1080ti is equivalent of two 1070s.
one 1070 pushes 450 h/s in ZEC, so 1080ti should do about 900 h/s, but in reality 750-770 h/s, so we have potential for 20% imporval..

I wonder who can do that?
even 11GB can`t make it quick enough.

size of memory has nothing to do with speed
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October 20, 2017, 09:38:07 AM
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I wonder if there would be optimized miner for equihash for 1080ti?
cause this is really will help to pump the hash rate - usually we can assume that one 1080ti is equivalent of two 1070s.
one 1070 pushes 450 h/s in ZEC, so 1080ti should do about 900 h/s, but in reality 750-770 h/s, so we have potential for 20% imporval..

I wonder who can do that?
I would say that there is one already but its private version,there are rumors about 1200 sols on 1080ti...
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October 20, 2017, 05:46:37 PM
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I again have one 1080Ti ( Gigabyte Aorus ) on my hands and i need a suggestion.

Everything else i have are RX series and servers.
I'm mining ETH+LBRY with my RX rigs and Monero with the servers.

How can i add the Ti to my existing mining operation?

I don't know what to do with it, was thinking of just selling it, mining some coins one one card is really gonna be slow.
Is there maybe an option to mine ETH+ something, because i see it can only do about 900 h/s monero, which is plain bad.

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October 20, 2017, 06:06:34 PM
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I again have one 1080Ti ( Gigabyte Aorus ) on my hands and i need a suggestion.

Everything else i have are RX series and servers.
I'm mining ETH+LBRY with my RX rigs and Monero with the servers.

How can i add the Ti to my existing mining operation?

I don't know what to do with it, was thinking of just selling it, mining some coins one one card is really gonna be slow.
Is there maybe an option to mine ETH+ something, because i see it can only do about 900 h/s monero, which is plain bad.


On a 1080Ti you're better off just mining equihash, either a coin directly or via zpool's coin-switcher.
You could also go for anything Lyra2z or Lyra2Re2, that's the most efficiency you'll get out of'em currently.


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October 20, 2017, 06:10:46 PM
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I again have one 1080Ti ( Gigabyte Aorus ) on my hands and i need a suggestion.

Everything else i have are RX series and servers.
I'm mining ETH+LBRY with my RX rigs and Monero with the servers.

How can i add the Ti to my existing mining operation?

I don't know what to do with it, was thinking of just selling it, mining some coins one one card is really gonna be slow.
Is there maybe an option to mine ETH+ something, because i see it can only do about 900 h/s monero, which is plain bad.


On a 1080Ti you're better off just mining equihash, either a coin directly or via zpool's coin-switcher.
You could also go for anything Lyra2z or Lyra2Re2, that's the most efficiency you'll get out of'em currently.

I wont have the time to switch coins for the next month, should I mine to Nicehash pool or zpool ?
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October 20, 2017, 06:15:10 PM
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On a 1080Ti you're better off just mining equihash, either a coin directly or via zpool's coin-switcher.
You could also go for anything Lyra2z or Lyra2Re2, that's the most efficiency you'll get out of'em currently.

That's probably the same if i use nicehash then.

What about if power consumption isn't an issue?
Could i boost LBRY maybe to 550-600?
I would really like to add to my existing mining, ETH,LBRY,XMR.
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October 20, 2017, 06:16:35 PM
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I wont have the time to switch coins for the next month, should I mine to Nicehash pool or zpool ?

From my experience, Nicehash is more reliable than Zpool.
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October 20, 2017, 06:19:13 PM
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I wont have the time to switch coins for the next month, should I mine to Nicehash pool or zpool ?

From my experience, Nicehash is more reliable than Zpool.

Thank you
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October 20, 2017, 09:26:28 PM
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On a 1080Ti you're better off just mining equihash, either a coin directly or via zpool's coin-switcher.
You could also go for anything Lyra2z or Lyra2Re2, that's the most efficiency you'll get out of'em currently.

That's probably the same if i use nicehash then.

What about if power consumption isn't an issue?
Could i boost LBRY maybe to 550-600?
I would really like to add to my existing mining, ETH,LBRY,XMR.
If power isnt an issue than yes you can get 550 easy with alexis miner,probably more depending on the silicon lottery
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October 21, 2017, 09:33:59 AM
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I wont have the time to switch coins for the next month, should I mine to Nicehash pool or zpool ?

From my experience, Nicehash is more reliable than Zpool.
Been a bit disappointed by zpool myself of late.
Hitting half the profitability that whattomine &co calculate. And that was with rising coin prices.

Nicehash is plain daylight robbery. But it works for some...


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October 21, 2017, 11:03:26 AM
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I wont have the time to switch coins for the next month, should I mine to Nicehash pool or zpool ?

From my experience, Nicehash is more reliable than Zpool.
Been a bit disappointed by zpool myself of late.
Hitting half the profitability that whattomine &co calculate. And that was with rising coin prices.

Nicehash is plain daylight robbery. But it works for some...

Im not using their app, I am mining straight to their pool and the return is above my expectation but maybe it has to do with the demand for VTC, Mona and ZEN. Ill report back if it changes.
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October 21, 2017, 11:44:47 AM
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ZEN Cash being in the spotlight, would it be profitable to solo mine it? I have 12 x 1080ti`s and 3 x 1050ti`s so i was willing to give it a shot. If anyone has experience with solo mining it, please share Smiley
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October 21, 2017, 11:46:21 AM
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Been a bit disappointed by zpool myself of late.
Hitting half the profitability that whattomine &co calculate. And that was with rising coin prices.

Nicehash is plain daylight robbery. But it works for some...

I wouldn't call it a robbery, but you are geting a bit less because of the 4$ fee and the fact that you are dependant on hash buyers, who, of course won't pay more for hash than it actualy makes.
Then again, if u are mining with lots of different gear and have many algos its ok i guess, because of the direct conversion to BTC.
Selling tons of different coins on an exchange to get BTC out can be quite expensive, considering the fee's you're gonna pay for each sale.

Anyway, still dont know where to point my 1080Ti.
I can't test the card, its originaly packed, i would like to keep it that way if i decide to sell it.
How about mining ETH+LBRY, can you boost LBRY enough to be profitable? Like doing 20 Mh/s ETH + 400 LBRY? Its that possible on a 1080Ti?
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October 21, 2017, 05:47:32 PM
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I wouldn't call it a robbery, but you are geting a bit less because of the 4$ fee and the fact that you are dependant on hash buyers, who, of course won't pay more for hash than it actualy makes.
Then again, if u are mining with lots of different gear and have many algos its ok i guess, because of the direct conversion to BTC.
Selling tons of different coins on an exchange to get BTC out can be quite expensive, considering the fee's you're gonna pay for each sale.
That's not how things works. If the exchange has a 0.25% trading fee, then it doesn't matter if you trade one coin or 100 coins. Since it's a set percentage instead of a flat fee, then the total amount paid in fees will be exactly the same.

Easy example:
Say the trading fee is 1% (it's not but it'll make for an easy example).

Trading one coin worth total $100 is $1 in fees.

If you instead trade 100 coins worth total $100 ($1 per coin), you'll still only have paid $1 in total fees, but $0.01 per trade.
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October 21, 2017, 09:57:43 PM
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might as well point all your gpu's @ that keccak algorithm on nicehash ~
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October 22, 2017, 12:29:25 AM
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might as well point all your gpu's @ that keccak algorithm on nicehash ~
Why would that earn you more than simply mining keccak to a pool?
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October 22, 2017, 10:40:33 AM
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People, anyone have some info on bitcoin gold premine? Since it is equihash we should be able to mine it with 1080 and network hashrate will be very low in the beginning.

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By the time you get your blocks to mature everyone would already be dumping the price to oblivion

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