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July 05, 2017, 07:39:09 PM
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Anyone going under 70% TDP and getting over 700mh/s or near?


 "Under 70% TDP" is a meaningless figure when the actual TDP varies so much on different cards.

 A card with a 300 watt TDP will be at 210 watts, while a card with a 250 watt TDP would be using only 200 watts at a 80% TDP, for example.

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July 05, 2017, 07:40:28 PM
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How much were the 1070's 6 months ago?

 Most were around $410 give or take $30, with the "water cooled" cards closer to $500.

 That's NewEgg pricing, BTW - I gave up on eBay a long time ago when they started pushing Paypal as their primary payment method.


410 is very high for a 1070

I bought a g1 gigabyte 1080 for 450 3 months ago


 Not on NewEgg you didn't, unless it was a refurb on sale.

 Let's stick to apples and apples comparisons here.

 Also, if you're going with the "lowest" figure, a lot of 1070 cards were on sale at various times on NewEgg at $379 (thus the "give or take $30" part of my comment) - though WHICH ones in any given week varied.

 The cards actually at $410 or so would have been mid-range to higher-end cards, like the EVGA FTW models or the Gigabyte Gaming models, as opposed to the lower-end stuff like the EVGA "SC" and Gigabyte "G1" and "ITX" models.


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July 05, 2017, 07:42:24 PM
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Just make sure your PSU has the connections

They require two 8 pins, messed up my plans and had to move cards around because of that
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July 05, 2017, 07:53:58 PM
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Just make sure your PSU has the connections

They require two 8 pins, messed up my plans and had to move cards around because of that

just buy 1600 watt Hercules' for 275$ USD, great price (imo), and has ALL the connectors one needs for up to a x6 1080ti rig Smiley


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July 05, 2017, 09:51:10 PM
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How much were the 1070's 6 months ago?

 Most were around $410 give or take $30, with the "water cooled" cards closer to $500.

 That's NewEgg pricing, BTW - I gave up on eBay a long time ago when they started pushing Paypal as their primary payment method.


410 is very high for a 1070

I bought a g1 gigabyte 1080 for 450 3 months ago


 Not on NewEgg you didn't, unless it was a refurb on sale.

 Let's stick to apples and apples comparisons here.

 Also, if you're going with the "lowest" figure, a lot of 1070 cards were on sale at various times on NewEgg at $379 (thus the "give or take $30" part of my comment) - though WHICH ones in any given week varied.

 The cards actually at $410 or so would have been mid-range to higher-end cards, like the EVGA FTW models or the Gigabyte Gaming models, as opposed to the lower-end stuff like the EVGA "SC" and Gigabyte "G1" and "ITX" models.



Fact - Newegg ebay was selling 1070's @ $319 and 1080's @ $419 2 months ago

That was my benchmark to try and get a great deal at the time Smiley

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July 05, 2017, 10:13:13 PM
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How much were the 1070's 6 months ago?

 Most were around $410 give or take $30, with the "water cooled" cards closer to $500.

 That's NewEgg pricing, BTW - I gave up on eBay a long time ago when they started pushing Paypal as their primary payment method.


410 is very high for a 1070

I bought a g1 gigabyte 1080 for 450 3 months ago


 Not on NewEgg you didn't, unless it was a refurb on sale.

 Let's stick to apples and apples comparisons here.

 Also, if you're going with the "lowest" figure, a lot of 1070 cards were on sale at various times on NewEgg at $379 (thus the "give or take $30" part of my comment) - though WHICH ones in any given week varied.

 The cards actually at $410 or so would have been mid-range to higher-end cards, like the EVGA FTW models or the Gigabyte Gaming models, as opposed to the lower-end stuff like the EVGA "SC" and Gigabyte "G1" and "ITX" models.



I saw them going for that at frys...With tax tho so I didn't buy

I'm sure 1070s went for ~300

As a gamer I certainly wouldn't be paying anything near 300 for a used 1070

I'm sure I saw them otehr places at that price, i remember looking for one with no tax/shipping
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July 05, 2017, 10:18:50 PM
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Anyone else having issues getting up to a full 65 MH/s on lyra2rev2 with ccminer on windows with the 1080tis?

When I run it in nicehash i get 65 just like the calcualotrs expect, nicehash and whattomine.

But when I run it with cciminer 2.0 windows tpuvot I can only get it up to 60 MH/s. Which bring it down to basically even with nice hash. Maybe even under because I can't hop on spikes

edit - or maybe this is expected? Nicehash works different? IDK

Happens on windows 7 1 GPU, also happens on a 4 gpu rig with a 1080 on it with windows 10
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July 05, 2017, 10:28:00 PM
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Anyone else having issues getting up to a full 65 MH/s on lyra2rev2 with ccminer on windows with the 1080tis?

When I run it in nicehash i get 65 just like the calcualotrs expect, nicehash and whattomine.

But when I run it with cciminer 2.0 windows tpuvot I can only get it up to 60 MH/s. Which bring it down to basically even with nice hash. Maybe even under because I can't hop on spikes

edit - or maybe this is expected? Nicehash works different? IDK

Happens on windows 7 1 GPU, also happens on a 4 gpu rig with a 1080 on it with windows 10

I was/am getting full 65mh/s on lyra2rev2 using nicehash with 100% tdp core clock running at 1949 72C temp

btw only reason I am running nicehash is because otherwise my $20 go to waste lol , they don't pay to external wallets unless balance is 0.01 btc or higher, I wish I had known this before and would've never ran it. As soon as I hit that I'd uninstall that.

Shows I'd be making $5 a day lol
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July 05, 2017, 11:25:15 PM
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I can run 65 mh/s at well under 80 TDP with nicehash, but I have the 8/8 gaming x's so the draw might be higher than the FE not sure how that works.

I can't get ccminer to do it for me in the pool tho, only reporting ~59 MH/s locally

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July 06, 2017, 01:07:24 AM
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Ok I've come to a realization that we need to base our calculations on the coins earned not what their worth is in USD.

I was bashing on Nicehash but according to whattomine  - my card is suppose to make $4.50 - 5.48$ a day. Obviously if the value of the underlying going up that $ will go up too.

We just need to ensure that cards are running to their full potential that's it. We can't control the value of the coins unfortunately.

Also, it seems this per card earning is the highest lol 1080ti , they don't have AMD 570/580 offerings on yet.

I was thinking of getting Dual 580 instead of 1 -1080ti but I'd have to sacrifice my 4k gaming for which it was initially purchased lol

I bought this for gaming and I haven't even gamed that much ahaha
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July 06, 2017, 01:52:43 AM
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We just need to ensure that cards are running to their full potential that's it. We can't control the value of the coins unfortunately.

Here's another way of looking at it;
*Mine the most profitable coin (manually or with nicehash)
*Convert to BTC (auto for nicehash)
*Convert to coin of choice

You have to factor in fees, but typically you will get more of the coin you want in this way than actually mining it.
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July 06, 2017, 02:26:31 AM
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This is a calculator and the profit at the current difficulty. It's real. There still are  coins that can give you more than $10 per card per day.


My miner does 15.5 MHASH  on the 1080ti. A 480x does 3MHASH with the opensource miner.

calculator:

https://bitmakler.net/SpreadCoin___mining

blockexplorer:

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/spr/







Anyone trird this yet? Any result?
Maybe all nvidia shifted to this n its back $5/day. Lol!
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July 06, 2017, 02:52:40 AM
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Can someone give me a .bat line example to mine spread ?
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July 06, 2017, 02:57:24 AM
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My lyra2v2 is barely getting to 52, but I'm on Linux and haven't tweaked anything except for intensity and fan speed. Did I lose the silicon lottery?

Also, why does my nicehash hash rate always start high and end low...
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July 06, 2017, 03:19:19 AM
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My lyra2v2 is barely getting to 52, but I'm on Linux and haven't tweaked anything except for intensity and fan speed. Did I lose the silicon lottery?

Also, why does my nicehash hash rate always start high and end low...


I installed the gaco-mod and I'm earning a bit more with Equihash. I used to earn the best with lyra and lbry, but now equihash brings in more.

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July 06, 2017, 05:25:24 AM
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My lyra2v2 is barely getting to 52, but I'm on Linux and haven't tweaked anything except for intensity and fan speed. Did I lose the silicon lottery?

Also, why does my nicehash hash rate always start high and end low...

Unless there is some issue with teh drivers on linux i'd say something else is wrong

That's a pretty big gap

I can get that while playing league of legends at 60 fps on windows 7. From what I can tell my cards aren't that great considering they're gaming x's with two 8 pins
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July 06, 2017, 05:53:27 AM
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My lyra2v2 is barely getting to 52, but I'm on Linux and haven't tweaked anything except for intensity and fan speed. Did I lose the silicon lottery?

Also, why does my nicehash hash rate always start high and end low...


I installed the gaco-mod and I'm earning a bit more with Equihash. I used to earn the best with lyra and lbry, but now equihash brings in more.

wtf is gaco-mod? ))
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July 06, 2017, 11:13:24 AM
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is anyone overclocking their voltages?  or is it even worth it?  Huh
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July 06, 2017, 12:06:49 PM
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thing is , only upto a certain point the core overclock would work, after that if you don't give it more juice it won't take it to that clock speed.

Lot of calculations involved if it's worth pushing it to those levels. For example- I see the result right away in games the gain of FPS but for mining, I am not at an advanced level to figure that out yet.

So I've left tdp at 100% and core clock to 190+ , so now it goes to maximum level it can with not drawing more than 100%
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July 06, 2017, 01:02:37 PM
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My lyra2v2 is barely getting to 52, but I'm on Linux and haven't tweaked anything except for intensity and fan speed. Did I lose the silicon lottery?

Also, why does my nicehash hash rate always start high and end low...


I installed the gaco-mod and I'm earning a bit more with Equihash. I used to earn the best with lyra and lbry, but now equihash brings in more.

Are you using nicehash and not directly mining with a pool? If so, id really recommend switching away from nicehash. You could be earning more by directly pooling with nanopool for example.

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