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July 07, 2017, 12:34:08 PM
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what settings are you using for 1000mh/s per single 1080ti?

Thank you!

my Zotac Amp Extreme at stock is already heavily OC so it can produce +- around 1000. not play with any power limit and others yet.
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July 07, 2017, 12:58:17 PM
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sp spreadcoin version,runing speed at 11-14M

Other users report speeds of 14-16Mhash. What driver are you using? You have to use 382.xx and not the 384.xx driver
To reach full speed you cannot reduce the tdp. Spreadcoin sp-miner #10 is a power hungry algo
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July 07, 2017, 01:03:06 PM
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Would anyone be willing to share a DGB bat file that has all the coding to adjust tdp, memclock, core values, etc.

I am looking to get off nicehash, but not really good with bat configs.

Any help is much appreciated.
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July 07, 2017, 01:19:48 PM
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Hi, I want to buy miners with 6 1080ti but I have some doubts, I read that the 1080ti founder edition are the best models of 1080ti to mine, is it true ?, another question, to move 6 1080ti that motherboard model is good? and last question , Is a 1600 power supply correct or does it need more power? Thanks.
6 1080ti requires 12 8pin cables,single 1600W PSU   cannot  supply so  many, dual 1000w is fine.
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July 07, 2017, 01:42:23 PM
Last edit: July 07, 2017, 01:58:38 PM by xkreed
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Why DGB is not showed on whattomine?
They've just added the ti's

what settings are you using for 1000mh/s per single 1080ti?

Thank you!

I do:

TDP: DIFFERS (actual setting means nothing, because some OC cards already have tweaked settings, so 80% tdp for card1 can be 200 watts and for card2 can be 250 watts). Best deal here is 200 watt for 1000 mh/s, so 5mh per watt on skein, but 4 is also OK for me(cheap electricity). Need to adjust manually here.
Voltage: no need to change for beginners.
Memory: -500, it does not have influence on skein algo
Core: DIFFERS (actual setting means nothing, because some OC cards already have tweaked settings ... (C)) For non-OC card it may go up to +300, for OC already it may go up to 120 max. It depends... Need to manually adjust. My cards run at 1900 +- Mhz.

P.S. temp limit I set to 75, and fan is set manually 60-80% depending on the card...
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July 07, 2017, 01:48:31 PM
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Hi, I want to buy miners with 6 1080ti but I have some doubts, I read that the 1080ti founder edition are the best models of 1080ti to mine, is it true ?, another question, to move 6 1080ti that motherboard model is good? and last question , Is a 1600 power supply correct or does it need more power? Thanks.
6 1080ti requires 12 8pin cables,single 1600W PSU   cannot  supply so  many, dual 1000w is fine.


z270a motherboard its ok then. Best models of 1080ti to mine? founder edition, asus strix, gigabyte aourous xtrem? Or is it not important?
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July 07, 2017, 02:01:28 PM
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Hi, I want to buy miners with 6 1080ti but I have some doubts, I read that the 1080ti founder edition are the best models of 1080ti to mine, is it true ?, another question, to move 6 1080ti that motherboard model is good? and last question , Is a 1600 power supply correct or does it need more power? Thanks.
6 1080ti requires 12 8pin cables,single 1600W PSU   cannot  supply so  many, dual 1000w is fine.


z270a motherboard its ok then. Best models of 1080ti to mine? founder edition, asus strix, gigabyte aourous xtrem? Or is it not important?

It depends on the temperature where you plan to mine, if the room is air conditioned to 15c, then you may take the cheapest 1080ti founders with single fan. If there is no conditioneer, I'd recommend card with 2-3 fans. Two days ago I got evga 1080ti sc black (730$ on evga webside) and it's very cool and effecient card. Again there is a silicon lottery factor also.
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July 07, 2017, 02:14:39 PM
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Hi, I want to buy miners with 6 1080ti but I have some doubts, I read that the 1080ti founder edition are the best models of 1080ti to mine, is it true ?, another question, to move 6 1080ti that motherboard model is good? and last question , Is a 1600 power supply correct or does it need more power? Thanks.
6 1080ti requires 12 8pin cables,single 1600W PSU   cannot  supply so  many, dual 1000w is fine.


z270a motherboard its ok then. Best models of 1080ti to mine? founder edition, asus strix, gigabyte aourous xtrem? Or is it not important?

I got many FE 1080tis and 2 Evga 1080ti SC2. The Evga cards mine Skein at 970 - 980mh/s while the FEs do 920 - 950mh/s, all at 80% TDP. I guess because the FEs are hitting 75 degrees, they may be throttling slightly.

My FE cards were bought at $659, while the Evga was $719. FE cards are still better value, but if it's just $20 difference, might as well get a dual or triple fan design, their resell value is better too.
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July 07, 2017, 02:19:52 PM
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Hi, I want to buy miners with 6 1080ti but I have some doubts, I read that the 1080ti founder edition are the best models of 1080ti to mine, is it true ?, another question, to move 6 1080ti that motherboard model is good? and last question , Is a 1600 power supply correct or does it need more power? Thanks.
6 1080ti requires 12 8pin cables,single 1600W PSU   cannot  supply so  many, dual 1000w is fine.


z270a motherboard its ok then. Best models of 1080ti to mine? founder edition, asus strix, gigabyte aourous xtrem? Or is it not important?

I got many FE 1080tis and 2 Evga 1080ti SC2. The Evga cards mine Skein at 970 - 980mh/s while the FEs do 920 - 950mh/s, all at 80% TDP. I guess because the FEs are hitting 75 degrees, they may be throttling slightly.

My FE cards were bought at $659, while the Evga was $719. FE cards are still better value, but if it's just $20 difference, might as well get a dual or triple fan design, their resell value is better too.

If everything will be on powered risers than the other designs are good. If your cramming 2-3 cards on a board which it doesn't sound like you are doing.. you would want the FE so it exhausts out the rear of the card.
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July 07, 2017, 03:33:19 PM
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Would anyone be willing to share a DGB bat file that has all the coding to adjust tdp, memclock, core values, etc.

I am looking to get off nicehash, but not really good with bat configs.

Any help is much appreciated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1940567.msg19492466#msg19492466

check out the above and go and download the alex78 miner as bew more discussion below the above link

not the best profit any more but if you want to try it

cheers!

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July 07, 2017, 06:03:35 PM
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Hi, I want to buy miners with 6 1080ti but I have some doubts, I read that the 1080ti founder edition are the best models of 1080ti to mine, is it true ?, another question, to move 6 1080ti that motherboard model is good? and last question , Is a 1600 power supply correct or does it need more power? Thanks.
6 1080ti requires 12 8pin cables,single 1600W PSU   cannot  supply so  many, dual 1000w is fine.



my 1600 watt hercules does just fine with x6 1080ti, dual PSU's are for noobs haha
lol so scared

Grow a pair

totally haha, if your selling 1080ti's allready you must be scared, or were a sheep and got too many 1070's hehe

i love my 1080ti's, will mine for another year on them for sure

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July 08, 2017, 12:16:38 AM
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700 sol/s is a good mark for stock clocks, last time I did constant  810 sol/s with my 1080Ti Aorus at 2.0GHz boost core clock / 12GHz memory oced, 85% tdp, temps at 50-60 Celsius, fans at 100%.

810 sols/s Huh that doesnt sound real.  What was your the add to you core clock?  Most cant go over 100 or 120 at 100% TDP.  Overclocking the RAM does nothing really for mining Zec.  If you set it to 0 instead of negatives it can sometimes boost it slightly.  Sounds like you are remembering incorrectly your values, as stock values will generally bring  the most sols on an Auros card as they don't have much room to overclock and memory doesn't really effect it that much.  I generally couldn't get over 740 on an auros regauardless of settings and I own 3 of them.

 Might depend on which Aorus, and certainly would depend on luck in the silicon lottery.
 I routinely see my Aorus push a little over 2 Ghz boost clock with 100% (250 watt) TDP setting and +100 core/+200 memory OC in Afterburner.

 Temps for me are higher - 68-70C with around 80% fans - but my room it's in is fairly warm ambient.



 FE cards have poor cooling compared to pretty much ALL of the aftermarket options, it limits them noticeably (not by a HUGE amount, but noticeably).



 Many GTX 1080ti use ONE 8-pin and ONE 6-pin for power, they don't ALL use 2 x 8-pin.
 You WILL have to have 12 power connectors of SOME sort to run 6 of them in a single rig though.



 DGB IS on WhatToMine - in all 5 options under the "individual coin" listings, the Scrypt and SHA256 options are in the "ASIC" compare page (not sure on the Qubit option as I don't have a Baikal), and I think the Groetsl option is in the GPU compare page.
 You'd have to ask the author of the page why he prefers to ignore Skein over less popular stuff like Pascal - he just said "I don't have space" when I asked him about adding Skein to the compare.


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July 08, 2017, 07:45:26 AM
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6 weeks ago i bought 6x 1080ti + 6x 1070 gtx.


now everything is going down and down, less and less profitable ..... to be honest i am getting worried  Undecided
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July 08, 2017, 08:19:01 AM
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6 weeks ago i bought 6x 1080ti + 6x 1070 gtx.


now everything is going down and down, less and less profitable ..... to be honest i am getting worried  Undecided

Since you are in just hang on with it. Anyway the cards you have still has its value. As long it continue to generate new coins you can choose to do 50% cash out and the rest as future "investment". Dont look at the current price as the only gauge. As that will go up and down.

Always remember this not the quick rich scheme.

Now just look at the title as it said, share and try to work on the best option available and learn along the line.

No one has xtal ball to see and tell you and me the sure ways but we just share and try

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July 08, 2017, 09:13:41 AM
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6 weeks ago i bought 6x 1080ti + 6x 1070 gtx.


now everything is going down and down, less and less profitable ..... to be honest i am getting worried  Undecided
You should sell your cards as soon as possible. prices will be going down further.
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July 08, 2017, 09:37:15 AM
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6 weeks ago i bought 6x 1080ti + 6x 1070 gtx.


now everything is going down and down, less and less profitable ..... to be honest i am getting worried  Undecided

Yep, prices are all going down a lot these days, no need to get worried if you treat mining as a hobby  Wink , but I don't think it's your case.

I've replaced my Titan X Pascal for an Aorus 1080Ti, much better temps here, no need to worry with that anymore.
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July 08, 2017, 09:43:25 AM
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Too many miners than users.  I would mind with investors but after what happen.  I rather have more users for long term profits.  We would be fine like few ago week it gradually fall.  I wish people knew this I mean get more people to use the coin.  We can't rely the advertising and marketing power of the smaller coins.  

Another problem is it's hard to get to this coins directly from USD to an specific altcoin.   Example if I'm a average person trying to buy items with Zcash I would have to get Coinbase account in order to buy Bitcoin.  Of course there are other exchanges but the biggest problem is I find Coinbase faster and easier to setup.  I have tried CC to Changelly because my card got decline.  It's very annoying process and imagine I was really that average person.  I would give up.
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July 08, 2017, 09:44:01 AM
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The best coin to mine today is Nexus with the sp-mod (0.05 btc) more than $10 per 1080ti per day.

Only solomining, and no pools.

No multipool or nicehashminer with 50 000 users that share and steal your profit.
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July 08, 2017, 12:13:21 PM
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The best coin to mine today is Nexus with the sp-mod (0.05 btc) more than $10 per 1080ti per day.

Only solomining, and no pools.

No multipool or nicehashminer with 50 000 users that share and steal your profit.

Sp is keep promoting his private mod which cost way too much for newbie with loads of unknow. Why not you have one time base free trial before we parked the hard earned 0.05btc to you?

You know that many still a new start and with only one card is taking long learning time to earn it back
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July 08, 2017, 02:45:04 PM
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There are more reasons than 1 to purchase something. Just look at the btc account you can see how many purchased one or more of his miners. In a day or two enough people will mine on his work that it may free up some other pools. Speculating of course.
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