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June 24, 2017, 03:48:28 PM
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Can anyone explain why Nvidia with its 11 GB memory 1080Tis, are not as good or what appears on the surface better memory then the AMD RX cards for mining ETH?
Am i missing something in regards to why AMD is so much better for ETH in particular? 
1080ti has gddr5x memory vs gddr5 on 1070 and amd cards
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June 24, 2017, 04:50:09 PM
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Can anyone explain why Nvidia with its 11 GB memory 1080Tis, are not as good or what appears on the surface better memory then the AMD RX cards for mining ETH?
Am i missing something in regards to why AMD is so much better for ETH in particular? 

It's the Polaris architecture. The benefits of it's design never caught on with game engines but it is ideal for some types of mining algorithms

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June 24, 2017, 11:44:25 PM
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Can anyone explain why Nvidia with its 11 GB memory 1080Tis, are not as good or what appears on the surface better memory then the AMD RX cards for mining ETH?
Am i missing something in regards to why AMD is so much better for ETH in particular? 

 It's not a AMD thing.
 It's a memory thing.

 (1) ETH is very highly dependent on memory - which is why the R9 290 is still one of the fastest ETH mining cards in existence, it's got 512 bit wide memory with fairly low latency that makes up for the slower clocks.
 (2) Amount of ram past "enough to hold the DAG" DOES NOT MATTER. Anything over 3GB *AT THIS TIME* is a waste - but that will change to "over 4GB is a waste" when the DAG file starts pushing 3GB in size very hard.
 (3) GDDR 5x has much higher latency than GDDR 5 - which is why the GTX 1070 mines ETH better than the GTX 1080 despite having a quarter fewer cores and 20% slower base memory clock rate.
       GTX 1080 ti has enough more cores to overcome this, but not by a lot.
       AMD 8GB versions of the RX 470/570/480/580 have THE SAME GDDR5 memory at about the same clock as the GTX 1070.
 (4) For reference, the GTX 1070 mines ETH as the same to a hair higher speed than any RX series card, without needing memory straps to get competative - and it's a tossup on hash/watt as well when tuned for efficiency on both sides.
       The only reason folks went with the RX series cards was the cost was a lot lower.
 (5) per posted figures I've seen, the GTX 1080 ti DOES mine faster than the GTX 1070 or any RX card - but not by a ton, mid-to-upper 30s - which makes it NOT competative on hash/$ and it's apparently not real close on hash/watt.


 The Polaris architecture has nothing to do with the situation.



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June 25, 2017, 02:08:54 AM
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With 1080TI we try to max out with other algo.

If you are diehard ETH, dual mine with other altcoin is nice as this ti can do much more on dual mine vs others

The facts still remained the profitability has dropped since last two weeks. Have to face reality

But i am very curios how the other guy claim thry can do 500 dgb a day. Will be nice if he can share his trick Smiley
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June 25, 2017, 06:30:05 AM
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With 1080TI we try to max out with other algo.

If you are diehard ETH, dual mine with other altcoin is nice as this ti can do much more on dual mine vs others

The facts still remained the profitability has dropped since last two weeks. Have to face reality

But i am very curios how the other guy claim thry can do 500 dgb a day. Will be nice if he can share his trick Smiley

It's no trick. I posted my stats. I just used the settings others here have shared

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June 25, 2017, 06:37:33 AM
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With 1080TI we try to max out with other algo.

If you are diehard ETH, dual mine with other altcoin is nice as this ti can do much more on dual mine vs others

The facts still remained the profitability has dropped since last two weeks. Have to face reality

But i am very curios how the other guy claim thry can do 500 dgb a day. Will be nice if he can share his trick Smiley

It's no trick. I posted my stats. I just used the settings others here have shared

Sorry may have missed that. The setting is?
Model:
Driver version:
Miner: i assume alexis78 taken from nemo
Miner setting?
OS:
OC tool:
Power limit:
CC:
MC:
Pool:
Any others?
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June 25, 2017, 07:03:01 AM
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With 1080TI we try to max out with other algo.

If you are diehard ETH, dual mine with other altcoin is nice as this ti can do much more on dual mine vs others

The facts still remained the profitability has dropped since last two weeks. Have to face reality

But i am very curios how the other guy claim thry can do 500 dgb a day. Will be nice if he can share his trick Smiley

Yeah, the profitability is droping as fast as it rose....

Went down about 30-35% in 2 weeks  Grin

Still very high compared to January.
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June 25, 2017, 11:32:10 AM
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what are you mining today?
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June 25, 2017, 02:48:15 PM
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Hello. I've been into GPU mining for the past week, running
2x Aorus GTX 1080 Ti 11GB
3x Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti 11GB

Using ~1250W out of a 1600W power supply. Mining these algorithms: Lbry, Lyra2REv2, EquiHash, X11Gost

on NiceHash.

The first few days, I was generating around $40-45/day (~$9 per GPU/day). The value has now dropped to $30-35 per day (~$7 per GPU/day).
All I did was install the GPUs on Win10, get it up and running and begin mining. Is it beneficial to overclock? I do not know what those terms mean, but are they really worth the trouble (running a card at over capacity might degrade it's life expectancy).

Are these normal results or below expected? I plan to perfect the method and then further invest into 5 more rigs to work on a daily cash-out by NiceHash (more than 0.1BTC/day generated)
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June 25, 2017, 02:54:23 PM
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Hello. I've been into GPU mining for the past week, running
2x Aorus GTX 1080 Ti 11GB
3x Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti 11GB

Using ~1250W out of a 1600W power supply. Mining these algorithms: Lbry, Lyra2REv2, EquiHash, X11Gost

on NiceHash.

The first few days, I was generating around $40-45/day (~$9 per GPU/day). The value has now dropped to $30-35 per day (~$7 per GPU/day).
All I did was install the GPUs on Win10, get it up and running and begin mining. Is it beneficial to overclock? I do not know what those terms mean, but are they really worth the trouble (running a card at over capacity might degrade it's life expectancy).

Are these normal results or below expected? I plan to perfect the method and then further invest into 5 more rigs to work on a daily cash-out by NiceHash (more than 0.1BTC/day generated)


The drops are normal. You gotta take into account of the dips past few days so $7 per day is perfectly normal. As for overclocking, generally what people do is undervolt and overclock to save electricity and lowering gpu temps. This usually yields hashrates as close as stock settings.
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June 25, 2017, 02:59:06 PM
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Hello. I've been into GPU mining for the past week, running
2x Aorus GTX 1080 Ti 11GB
3x Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti 11GB

Using ~1250W out of a 1600W power supply. Mining these algorithms: Lbry, Lyra2REv2, EquiHash, X11Gost

on NiceHash.

The first few days, I was generating around $40-45/day (~$9 per GPU/day). The value has now dropped to $30-35 per day (~$7 per GPU/day).
All I did was install the GPUs on Win10, get it up and running and begin mining. Is it beneficial to overclock? I do not know what those terms mean, but are they really worth the trouble (running a card at over capacity might degrade it's life expectancy).

Are these normal results or below expected? I plan to perfect the method and then further invest into 5 more rigs to work on a daily cash-out by NiceHash (more than 0.1BTC/day generated)


What coin are you mining?
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June 25, 2017, 03:28:53 PM
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Hello. I've been into GPU mining for the past week, running
2x Aorus GTX 1080 Ti 11GB
3x Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti 11GB

Using ~1250W out of a 1600W power supply. Mining these algorithms: Lbry, Lyra2REv2, EquiHash, X11Gost

on NiceHash.

The first few days, I was generating around $40-45/day (~$9 per GPU/day). The value has now dropped to $30-35 per day (~$7 per GPU/day).
All I did was install the GPUs on Win10, get it up and running and begin mining. Is it beneficial to overclock? I do not know what those terms mean, but are they really worth the trouble (running a card at over capacity might degrade it's life expectancy).

Are these normal results or below expected? I plan to perfect the method and then further invest into 5 more rigs to work on a daily cash-out by NiceHash (more than 0.1BTC/day generated)


I have 1 rig using NH. You're making more than me on NH - getting  <$6/day/1080ti which is >$1 less/card than any other miner.

NH is awesome for you when you're new - but if you stick to to it just think about it - on a 6 card rig, you're making >$1 less PER CARD so over a months time, that's >$180 less in revenue so while it's great when you're new, it gives you plenty of time to figure out how to get on another miner and pool. Quicker you do it, less money you lose.
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June 25, 2017, 03:37:54 PM
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Hello. I've been into GPU mining for the past week, running
2x Aorus GTX 1080 Ti 11GB
3x Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti 11GB

Using ~1250W out of a 1600W power supply. Mining these algorithms: Lbry, Lyra2REv2, EquiHash, X11Gost

on NiceHash.

The first few days, I was generating around $40-45/day (~$9 per GPU/day). The value has now dropped to $30-35 per day (~$7 per GPU/day).
All I did was install the GPUs on Win10, get it up and running and begin mining. Is it beneficial to overclock? I do not know what those terms mean, but are they really worth the trouble (running a card at over capacity might degrade it's life expectancy).

Are these normal results or below expected? I plan to perfect the method and then further invest into 5 more rigs to work on a daily cash-out by NiceHash (more than 0.1BTC/day generated)


 Profitability on almost ALL algos has dropped over the last week - it's probably not your card, but that folks aren't offering as much per hash to buy your hash.

 For a specific example. profitability on ETH on my last "dedicated" ETH rig has dropped about 25% over the past week, since ETH started dropping from it's ATH coupled with folks adding more and more cards mining it.
 This has been noticeable in ALL of the coins I routinely mine or bounce between.
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June 25, 2017, 05:37:21 PM
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Ya man, were just going back to how it used to be, 6 month or so ROI's

It's kinda a shame, but thats ok, one new coin can change those numbers quickly, and im personally so long on mining it dont even matter to me ;p
We are going thru a mining time where people have more money than brains, and this thread is a testament Grin
end result, is profitibility down for everyone, but thats ok, thats just mining! Smiley

Good luck guys!     Hunt everday and 3 month ROI's are still possible!   (im looking at less than a 1.5 month ROI on my ti's their almost done ROI) mining a coin i wont mention cause all you noobs will doggypile it and i just need PoW to finish here soon on it first.... hehe)

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June 25, 2017, 06:49:30 PM
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has anyone tried mining on cryptopia?
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I have 1 rig using NH. You're making more than me on NH - getting  <$6/day/1080ti which is >$1 less/card than any other miner.

NH is awesome for you when you're new - but if you stick to to it just think about it - on a 6 card rig, you're making >$1 less PER CARD so over a months time, that's >$180 less in revenue so while it's great when you're new, it gives you plenty of time to figure out how to get on another miner and pool. Quicker you do it, less money you lose.

I'm trying to make the device as efficient as possible. I also don't pay for electricity, which I want to use to my advantage. The electricity cost in my country is really cheap anyway (<$0.01 USD/kWh).

What others do you recommend?
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June 26, 2017, 01:42:59 AM
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I've just tried last night with two 1080TI Gigbyte Gaming X, on skein and got around 0.08 btc for 24 hours with 1 hour - 2 hour down time

I think you mean 0.008 BTC?  0.08 BTC = 202€

Yes u r right typo my mistake Smiley
I've just tried last night with two 1080TI Gigbyte Gaming X, on skein and got around 0.08 btc for 24 hours with 1 hour - 2 hour down time

What miner are you using? Are you doing DGB? How are you doing a direct to BTC mine?

(sorry, I'm a n00b, a little guidance would be greatly appreciated)

I'm running on skein with zpool, they are like nicehash they convert to BTC directly.


How? 500DGB a day with Zpool, did you have some spec to us?
Maybe if you have 2 1080ti (its on avarage), but a single one its almost impossible, pls share with US this config to cientific purposes of course =)
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June 26, 2017, 01:53:43 AM
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I have 1 rig using NH. You're making more than me on NH - getting  <$6/day/1080ti which is >$1 less/card than any other miner.

NH is awesome for you when you're new - but if you stick to to it just think about it - on a 6 card rig, you're making >$1 less PER CARD so over a months time, that's >$180 less in revenue so while it's great when you're new, it gives you plenty of time to figure out how to get on another miner and pool. Quicker you do it, less money you lose.

I'm trying to make the device as efficient as possible. I also don't pay for electricity, which I want to use to my advantage. The electricity cost in my country is really cheap anyway (<$0.01 USD/kWh).

What others do you recommend?

If you are working with a 1080ti do the BURST config:

TDP: 120%
Core Clock: +150
Mem Clock: 0
Fan Speed: 100%
(Temp its always 75Celsius)
Alexis SiB on Skein

My Bench right now---
GPU#0:MSI GTX 1080 Ti, 1013.98MH/s
GPU#0:MSI GTX 1080 Ti, 3.5MH/W, 0.53MH/Mhz
GPU#0:MSI GTX 1080 Ti, 76C(F:100%) 1929/5005MHz(293W)
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June 26, 2017, 01:32:02 PM
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Just posting an update.

Zcashpool.ca - using Nemosminer from the posted link up in here. - from June 18-June 24- around 0.01049166 = $ 25 or so lol = Wallet also gave me a message saying "3 blocks are lagging" I don't know what that means.  Basically less than $4 a day.

I used the miner exactly it was given to me, just added my BTC address.


Now I'll try Nicehash miner for 7 days and see how it goes. Currently showing me $5.40/day - but since it's keeps changing - so finding out average is better.


Card is 1080ti -
+190 Clock
+200 memory =
power limit 100%
Temp limit 90C -
floating temps I've not seen go over 74C

Per day rates would make any person -who made an investment in this cry lol but thankfully , I did not do this for investment. Maybe I'm a total noob but since it was made clear that we have to learn our own way, I'm doing that now. I'm hopeful that eventually I'd learn.
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June 26, 2017, 03:35:44 PM
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Just posting an update.

Zcashpool.ca - using Nemosminer from the posted link up in here. - from June 18-June 24- around 0.01049166 = $ 25 or so lol = Wallet also gave me a message saying "3 blocks are lagging" I don't know what that means.  Basically less than $4 a day.

I used the miner exactly it was given to me, just added my BTC address.


Now I'll try Nicehash miner for 7 days and see how it goes. Currently showing me $5.40/day - but since it's keeps changing - so finding out average is better.


Card is 1080ti -
+190 Clock
+200 memory =
power limit 100%
Temp limit 90C -
floating temps I've not seen go over 74C

Per day rates would make any person -who made an investment in this cry lol but thankfully , I did not do this for investment. Maybe I'm a total noob but since it was made clear that we have to learn our own way, I'm doing that now. I'm hopeful that eventually I'd learn.

Before starts on NICEHASH give a try to https://dgb-skein.theblocksfactory.com
With the Alexis78 on SKEIN (DGB). I'm doing about U$10/Day.
You can cashout any value from DGB, so give a try.
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