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January 02, 2018, 07:30:47 AM
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Hi can anyone post actual hashrate for 1080ti and win10 mining tribus algo? Cheers

184mh/s for 2x 1080ti

Thanks! Not bad at all! Is this on DNR?

DNR...?

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CCminerTpruvotcuda9 on ahashpool

i ment the coin you're mining but nevermind i have tried it gives me back about 100mh/s per card
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January 02, 2018, 03:28:27 PM
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With the IRS new crypto definitions would it still be a smart idea to buy 1080tis and mine? Calculating taxes it seems as though you'll be paying 40%+ with the new rates, maybe even more. I know people disagree about taxation and all but specifically talking about the 1080ti, would it still be worth it at a 40% rate?
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January 02, 2018, 03:37:32 PM
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January 02, 2018, 05:05:05 PM
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Anyone else mining equihash on the 1080ti?
Just wondering what the optimal settings were.

Have been doing 70% with +200 mhz and getting around 700sol per card

Just bumped it up to 80% with +200mhz and added +300 mem, but only seeing like 710 avg per card.

Don't think that is worth it. Thoughts?

Update:
Bumped it to 85% just to see.. my first card won't go over 700 sol (probably just poor lottery)
My other (2) seem to by pushing 725-730sol..

Overall I am not seeing too much gain from increasing the mem or going from 80 to 85%.
Thinking 80% with just the +200 mhz was the best bang for the buck.
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January 02, 2018, 05:21:10 PM
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Anyone else mining equihash on the 1080ti?
Just wondering what the optimal settings were.

Have been doing 70% with +200 mhz and getting around 700sol per card

Just bumped it up to 80% with +200mhz and added +300 mem, but only seeing like 710 avg per card.

Don't think that is worth it. Thoughts?

Update:
Bumped it to 85% just to see.. my first card won't go over 700 sol (probably just poor lottery)
My other (2) seem to by pushing 725-730sol..

Overall I am not seeing too much gain from increasing the mem or going from 80 to 85%.
Thinking 80% with just the +200 mhz was the best bang for the buck.

I get 704 Sol with 80% and a tiny OC (+25 or something like that)
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January 02, 2018, 05:43:51 PM
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Anyone else mining equihash on the 1080ti?
Just wondering what the optimal settings were.

Have been doing 70% with +200 mhz and getting around 700sol per card

Just bumped it up to 80% with +200mhz and added +300 mem, but only seeing like 710 avg per card.

Don't think that is worth it. Thoughts?

Update:
Bumped it to 85% just to see.. my first card won't go over 700 sol (probably just poor lottery)
My other (2) seem to by pushing 725-730sol..

Overall I am not seeing too much gain from increasing the mem or going from 80 to 85%.
Thinking 80% with just the +200 mhz was the best bang for the buck.

My card sucks a lot with equihash, not to mention it's GPU + CPU so draws more power (at least with nheqminer). For me the best is 60% power, -400 mem, +75 core. Get around 550-600. I tried default clocks or OC with 100% power but sols do not go up.

Even though XZC apparently "sucks" for 1080 ti nowadays, it's giving me more profits and I''m staying with it. I get from 0.09 to 0.1 XCZ per full day mining and it's GPU only with a very low power algo.  
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January 02, 2018, 05:49:37 PM
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I usually use TDP 60 for maximum energy efficiency, i don't OC too much.

Am i wrong ?

Is it good for all algos or for each algo the TDP can be regulated better ?
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January 02, 2018, 07:00:00 PM
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I usually use TDP 60 for maximum energy efficiency, i don't OC too much.

Am i wrong ?

Is it good for all algos or for each algo the TDP can be regulated better ?

I pay high electric so I try to max out TDP vs hash too, eve3ryone is different
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January 02, 2018, 09:36:25 PM
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I picked up a set of 7x 1070Ti cards today (yeah i know not 1080ti), looking for a good route on mobo/cpu/ram(4G?)/psu(2x750w?) for them, assuming i use the SimpleMining OS from usb stick. my local shops dont carry low-end CPUs so im pretty much forced to order my celeron (or a ryzen?) off amazon



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January 03, 2018, 01:04:45 AM
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I picked up a set of 7x 1070Ti cards today (yeah i know not 1080ti), looking for a good route on mobo/cpu/ram(4G?)/psu(2x750w?) for them, assuming i use the SimpleMining OS from usb stick. my local shops dont carry low-end CPUs so im pretty much forced to order my celeron (or a ryzen?) off amazon




I use Ryzen's on my both rigs, and I am pretty happy with..... On XZC 2Ryzens=1/2 1080ti Smiley))
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January 03, 2018, 01:01:11 PM
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I picked up a set of 7x 1070Ti cards today (yeah i know not 1080ti), looking for a good route on mobo/cpu/ram(4G?)/psu(2x750w?) for them, assuming i use the SimpleMining OS from usb stick. my local shops dont carry low-end CPUs so im pretty much forced to order my celeron (or a ryzen?) off amazon


VOSK I think has a nice video with 1070tis - check him out

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtp4plChU9Y
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January 03, 2018, 01:26:32 PM
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I picked up a set of 7x 1070Ti cards today (yeah i know not 1080ti), looking for a good route on mobo/cpu/ram(4G?)/psu(2x750w?) for them, assuming i use the SimpleMining OS from usb stick. my local shops dont carry low-end CPUs so im pretty much forced to order my celeron (or a ryzen?) off amazon


VOSK I think has a nice video with 1070tis - check him out

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtp4plChU9Y


that guy made ridiculous recommendations in the past. Avoid at all cost.
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January 03, 2018, 02:09:21 PM
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I use Ryzen's on my both rigs, and I am pretty happy with..... On XZC 2Ryzens=1/2 1080ti Smiley))
Same here I have a 1700 and it does pretty good.  Cryptonight works well with it too.  Definitely profitable.  It can't touch the speed of a GPU of course.  After electricity $50-60/month profit is nothing to sneeze at though.  Maybe people aren't cheapskates like me lol but I look at it like the CPU will pay for itself after 4-6 months.  Why not do it?

Now if I could get away with putting the client on the 2500 computers at work...  Not gonna happen though.   Cheesy
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January 03, 2018, 03:40:12 PM
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Whats everyone favorite 1080 ti to get?
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January 03, 2018, 04:08:34 PM
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Whats everyone favorite 1080 ti to get?
Asus STRIX Cheesy

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January 03, 2018, 04:35:18 PM
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Whats everyone favorite 1080 ti to get?

The cheapest you can find.
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January 03, 2018, 05:00:02 PM
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Whats everyone favorite 1080 ti to get?
Asus STRIX Cheesy

Gigabyte, EVGA and Strix if they dont have the other two.
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January 03, 2018, 05:25:51 PM
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Whats everyone favorite 1080 ti to get?
Asus STRIX Cheesy

Gigabyte, EVGA and Strix if they dont have the other two.

All the Asus Strix cards have double ball bearing fans right? I assume that makes them super reliable and lasting?

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January 03, 2018, 05:50:45 PM
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Whats everyone favorite 1080 ti to get?
Asus STRIX Cheesy

Gigabyte, EVGA and Strix if they dont have the other two.

All the Asus Strix cards have double ball bearing fans right? I assume that makes them super reliable and lasting?

Ive got a  asus strix that i use the fan on 100%, unfortunatly one fan failed but i bought the card second hand so hard to say how much it had been abused. Replaced the fan with a new one and back in action. A 1080ti kfa2 thats been run flat out fans for about 6 months with no problem and a msi 970 thats as old as the hills with no fan failure yet.

Even if they do fail its not a major operation to replace them.

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January 03, 2018, 05:58:36 PM
Last edit: January 03, 2018, 06:19:49 PM by betiteh0777
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Whats everyone favorite 1080 ti to get?


MSI trio gaming X
MSI lighting Z
MSi gaming X

These cards are insane......they do XZC in silent mode if not overclocked!! Which one else can perform this?

https://www.computershopper.com/var/ezwebin_site/storage/images/media/images/msi-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-gaming-x-trio-size-comparison-vertical/1364707-1-eng-US/msi-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-gaming-x-trio-size-comparison-vertical.jpg
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