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January 12, 2018, 05:08:36 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woxKtAnmwEY

This guy seems to be so happy mining around 42$ a day with 6 1080Ti cards using Nicehash... However the temps are like 80ºC on average  Shocked and I'm building a system with 5 Vega64 cards using WinMiner, mining less money than that but the temps are like 45ºC and power consumption around 135-140W per Vega card,  Smiley and his powerconsumption is about 1800W (can you believe that?).  Shocked I want my next GPU to be a nVidia one for mining but I wonder if that's normal for the 1080Ti or this guy is doing something wrong.  Huh

Using nicehash probably isnt a great start

6 1080ti should be pulling 50-60$ a day @ 80% power.  $42 sounds low and temps of 80C too high

If he's mining in AUS with 100% TDP it's expected to be that hot. But yes the income is way too low.

Mining in autralia ?  Wasnt it around 47c outside in some parts recently....only the crazy or the air conditioned keep mining !
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January 12, 2018, 05:21:20 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woxKtAnmwEY

This guy seems to be so happy mining around 42$ a day with 6 1080Ti cards using Nicehash... However the temps are like 80ºC on average  Shocked and I'm building a system with 5 Vega64 cards using WinMiner, mining less money than that but the temps are like 45ºC and power consumption around 135-140W per Vega card,  Smiley and his powerconsumption is about 1800W (can you believe that?).  Shocked I want my next GPU to be a nVidia one for mining but I wonder if that's normal for the 1080Ti or this guy is doing something wrong.  Huh

Using nicehash probably isnt a great start

6 1080ti should be pulling 50-60$ a day @ 80% power.  $42 sounds low and temps of 80C too high

If he's mining in AUS with 100% TDP it's expected to be that hot. But yes the income is way too low.

Mining in autralia ?  Wasnt it around 47c outside in some parts recently....only the crazy or the air conditioned keep mining !

It's about 34c stable where I am.
No aircon and 75% TDP sees me running at 60-70 degrees.
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January 12, 2018, 05:22:05 AM
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2 *d0n4ald* and *Moondoggie* What do you guys currently mine?


Nist / x17 on ahashpool atm
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January 12, 2018, 10:53:16 AM
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I'm pretty sure the best thing you can mine right now is Sparks on bsod.pw. I have been getting about 1 coin per day per 1080 for close to $20 per card with current btc prices.

Edit: should be per 1080 TI not 1080

Hi
Which pool do you use?
THX for sharing that
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January 12, 2018, 12:26:01 PM
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Got an increase after clean install of drivers.
At 65% 1080ti thats my stats:

Check the dates


you are mining @Nicehash and you care about hashrate ? Dont you think you could make more money by mining ANYWHERE else ?
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January 12, 2018, 01:34:57 PM
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1080ti looks like a beast on equihash coins.

How are people finding the power use and cabling?

What I mean by 'cabling' is that each 1080ti needs two 8 pin cables. Most 8 pin cables are 2x8 (or 2x 6 +2) pin - that is, they have two 8 pin connectors on the one cable.

Are you able to use just two cables for a 1080ti, with one 8 pin connector to power half of the 1080ti, BUT then use the other remaining 8 pin connector on the same cables to power, say, a 1070?

Getting the most (safely) out of your cables is important if you're running out of sockets/cables on your PSU!
equihash is far from the best algos. Try to mine x17 or probably skein coins, it would be more interesting.

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January 12, 2018, 02:41:31 PM
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1080ti looks like a beast on equihash coins.

How are people finding the power use and cabling?

What I mean by 'cabling' is that each 1080ti needs two 8 pin cables. Most 8 pin cables are 2x8 (or 2x 6 +2) pin - that is, they have two 8 pin connectors on the one cable.

Are you able to use just two cables for a 1080ti, with one 8 pin connector to power half of the 1080ti, BUT then use the other remaining 8 pin connector on the same cables to power, say, a 1070?

Getting the most (safely) out of your cables is important if you're running out of sockets/cables on your PSU!
equihash is far from the best algos. Try to mine x17 or probably skein coins, it would be more interesting.

I'm keep going back and forth between the two, depending on a coin. X17 seems to be a bit more "efficient".
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January 12, 2018, 03:00:43 PM
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yeah,So DGB is a full hardcore downtrend and has been for quite a while ,

ZEC - has been disabled by Polnoneix for withdraw or deposit

BTC - looks like it's in a descending triangle- now I HOPE it turns out Bullish- if it does - everyone who has not switched BTC into USD so far will earn big-however, if it breaks down-sell yo house n shoes.  Trading range is getting narrow and narrower. Fingers crossed for upside break with conviction.
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January 12, 2018, 03:48:47 PM
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Got an increase after clean install of drivers.
At 65% 1080ti thats my stats:

Check the dates


can anyone share some hints on how to update NVidia drivers via RDP on Win10? Don't have any screens attached to my rigs.. even with a local display updating the drivers for 8 GPU systems takes forever -- only tried it once via RDP and seems to be stuck somewhere in the middle.. turned off the system after 1 hour...

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January 12, 2018, 05:09:17 PM
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Got an increase after clean install of drivers.
At 65% 1080ti thats my stats:

Check the dates


can anyone share some hints on how to update NVidia drivers via RDP on Win10? Don't have any screens attached to my rigs.. even with a local display updating the drivers for 8 GPU systems takes forever -- only tried it once via RDP and seems to be stuck somewhere in the middle.. turned off the system after 1 hour...



Display driver uninstaller does it clean
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January 12, 2018, 08:23:35 PM
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Got an increase after clean install of drivers.
At 65% 1080ti thats my stats:
https://i.imgur.com/4EztjcJ.png
Check the dates


can anyone share some hints on how to update NVidia drivers via RDP on Win10? Don't have any screens attached to my rigs.. even with a local display updating the drivers for 8 GPU systems takes forever -- only tried it once via RDP and seems to be stuck somewhere in the middle.. turned off the system after 1 hour...



Nice. I cant get above 650 sol even at 85%

What program is giving you that text file?  Are you using EWBF cuda or ccminer or???
I made my ow spreadsheet to track what settings based on price and power etc is most profitable at any given time but I'm thinking there are probably better options out there.
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January 12, 2018, 09:10:10 PM
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I'm pretty sure the best thing you can mine right now is Sparks on bsod.pw. I have been getting about 1 coin per day per 1080 for close to $20 per card with current btc prices.

Edit: should be per 1080 TI not 1080

its only 20$ per day per card if theres somewhere to sell it, does SPRks have a good exchange? Sad lol
it had coinsmarkets but they look to be kinda dead at this point Sad
stocks.exchange showed up about same time as coinsmarkets so i dont trust it either :/

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January 12, 2018, 11:14:47 PM
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I'm pretty sure the best thing you can mine right now is Sparks on bsod.pw. I have been getting about 1 coin per day per 1080 for close to $20 per card with current btc prices.

Edit: should be per 1080 TI not 1080

its only 20$ per day per card if theres somewhere to sell it, does SPRks have a good exchange? Sad lol
it had coinsmarkets but they look to be kinda dead at this point Sad
stocks.exchange showed up about same time as coinsmarkets so i dont trust it either :/

What miner you use for Sparks? and what OC settings? thanks Smiley
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January 13, 2018, 12:22:09 AM
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2 *d0n4ald* and *Moondoggie* What do you guys currently mine?


Nist / x17 on ahashpool atm

equihash on multipoolminer
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January 13, 2018, 01:45:25 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woxKtAnmwEY

This guy seems to be so happy mining around 42$ a day with 6 1080Ti cards using Nicehash... However the temps are like 80ºC on average  Shocked and I'm building a system with 5 Vega64 cards using WinMiner, mining less money than that but the temps are like 45ºC and power consumption around 135-140W per Vega card,  Smiley and his powerconsumption is about 1800W (can you believe that?).  Shocked I want my next GPU to be a nVidia one for mining but I wonder if that's normal for the 1080Ti or this guy is doing something wrong.  Huh

Using nicehash probably isnt a great start

6 1080ti should be pulling 50-60$ a day @ 80% power.  $42 sounds low and temps of 80C too high
the thing is that there is something sooooooo wrong with the temps and profitability, with having external fans and so on, for basically nothing. I mean, I want a rig of 1080Ti cards but I built a 6 Vega 56 (unmodded) rig for another person and the temps are 39º-40ºC, uses LOTS of less power than that rig -which is consuming 1800W- and the Vega 56 rig is producing 55$ a day in Nicehash at those temps.  Shocked  Shocked I am not exaggerating in the slightest, and have screenshots and so on. (I am also surprised 'cos it is the first day I tried Nicehash after talking to the owner about it, he was making like 1940H/s at Monero per card)
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January 13, 2018, 01:46:35 AM
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2 *d0n4ald* and *Moondoggie* What do you guys currently mine?


Nist / x17 on ahashpool atm

ahashpool looks pretty decent for the 1080Ti. Big problem though the BTC transfer fees every time they transfer to your wallet @ 0.08BTC. How is this in any way profitable?
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January 13, 2018, 02:23:06 AM
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For lyra2rev2, what's the best software miner out there for the 1080ti?  I've been playing around with Alexminer, NemosMiner, and now I'm trying to see some other ones.. haven't quite gotten set up yet for lyra2 though, working on.
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January 13, 2018, 02:54:39 AM
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2 *d0n4ald* and *Moondoggie* What do you guys currently mine?


Nist / x17 on ahashpool atm

ahashpool looks pretty decent for the 1080Ti. Big problem though the BTC transfer fees every time they transfer to your wallet @ 0.08BTC. How is this in any way profitable?


There are no fees. You get what you got. Just .008 BTC minimum is it.
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January 13, 2018, 04:22:37 AM
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2 *d0n4ald* and *Moondoggie* What do you guys currently mine?


Nist / x17 on ahashpool atm

ahashpool looks pretty decent for the 1080Ti. Big problem though the BTC transfer fees every time they transfer to your wallet @ 0.08BTC. How is this in any way profitable?


There are no fees. You get what you got. Just .008 BTC minimum is it.

How are there no BTC transfer fees? When you transfer BTC you pay a BTC transfer fee. Sometimes upward of $25 USD! Can you set a threshold of say 0.1 BTC before transferring to your wallet? IF so how?
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January 13, 2018, 04:36:11 AM
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2 *d0n4ald* and *Moondoggie* What do you guys currently mine?


Nist / x17 on ahashpool atm

ahashpool looks pretty decent for the 1080Ti. Big problem though the BTC transfer fees every time they transfer to your wallet @ 0.08BTC. How is this in any way profitable?


There are no fees. You get what you got. Just .008 BTC minimum is it.

How are there no BTC transfer fees? When you transfer BTC you pay a BTC transfer fee. Sometimes upward of $25 USD! Can you set a threshold of say 0.1 BTC before transferring to your wallet? IF so how?
maybe ahashpool pay the fee?
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