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February 19, 2018, 11:36:07 PM
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For those of you who use Sniffdog or other multi miners on pools like ahash.  What algos do you typically leave in the bat file?  Sometimes feel like it might not be on the most profitable.
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February 19, 2018, 11:58:38 PM
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1080Ti OC edition here

What would be the best Scenario? For efficiency and Health of GPU?
Have Them to 65% TDP Stocks Clocks?
Having 65% TDP and give OC to Core Clock?

I noticed that as i keep the TDP a fixed rate (tested with 65%) the temps and wattage keeps the same even i set Clocks to the MAX
However the Hashes only increased a tiny bit, not more than 5%
If this affect to the health of my GPUs wont worth it though.

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February 20, 2018, 12:59:47 AM
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I am keeping mine at 65% tdp. Core clock +100 and try to keep the temps at around 55°C. Will try tu use them as long as i can. If any of the fans dies, i`ll just replace it with generic case fan.
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February 20, 2018, 01:03:50 AM
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Sure, this is best case scenario Smiley but not so real to get it here with big farm...
Maybe with Lyra2z, but not with more power related algos.
what is the problem to set low power limit to keep cards cool and effective?

Efectivity depends on electricity bills...  i dont play on perf/tdp %.. i play on real efectivity whitch mean how mutch less TDP saves your bills vs how mutch hashrate drops.

And if you pay in real 0,11$/kw its better to run higher freq & higher TDP.
No, when you keep cards cool they boost much higher than if they are hot. Higher boost clock leads to higher hashrate. Moreover with high temps semiconductors consume more power than when they are cold. You can easily check power at the wall when it is hot and when it is cold keeping other settings identical.

Pascal needs temps as low as 38 CDegree to get higher core clocks, so its unreal get to this point in normal mining farm. If you use properly delta, your boost will be same on 60C like on 78C..
http://hwbot.org/user/pkbo/
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February 20, 2018, 10:22:55 AM
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Ofcourse...

Let GPU fans at 100% with temptarget 60C is definitively bad idea...

80C with fans at 80% is way better...

Both are bad. I prefer 50-60 degrees with 50-65% fans

That is what I run most of my cards at.
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February 20, 2018, 05:35:56 PM
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Ofcourse...

Let GPU fans at 100% with temptarget 60C is definitively bad idea...

80C with fans at 80% is way better...

Both are bad. I prefer 50-60 degrees with 50-65% fans

That is what I run most of my cards at.
I agree as well. But if ppl think 80+ degrees are fine, go for it Grin
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February 21, 2018, 06:08:55 AM
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Any other sites similar to this?

https://crypt0.zone/calculator


Also, if you can recommend any sites like jkcrypto, I'd appreciate it. 

Thanks in advance. 
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February 21, 2018, 07:32:30 AM
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Any other sites similar to this?

https://crypt0.zone/calculator

Also, if you can recommend any sites like jkcrypto, I'd appreciate it. 

Thanks in advance. 

Wow, looks nice. I use https://whattomine.com but the one you posted looks cleaner and has preliminary values calculated.

Thanks!
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February 21, 2018, 11:21:46 AM
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Any other sites similar to this?

https://crypt0.zone/calculator

Also, if you can recommend any sites like jkcrypto, I'd appreciate it.  

Thanks in advance.  

Can try this,

https://www.crypto-coinz.net/crypto-calculator/

But no comments on the profitability accuracy but covers more non-mainstream coins.
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February 21, 2018, 11:58:39 AM
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Sure, this is best case scenario Smiley but not so real to get it here with big farm...
Maybe with Lyra2z, but not with more power related algos.
what is the problem to set low power limit to keep cards cool and effective?

Efectivity depends on electricity bills...  i dont play on perf/tdp %.. i play on real efectivity whitch mean how mutch less TDP saves your bills vs how mutch hashrate drops.

And if you pay in real 0,11$/kw its better to run higher freq & higher TDP.
No, when you keep cards cool they boost much higher than if they are hot. Higher boost clock leads to higher hashrate. Moreover with high temps semiconductors consume more power than when they are cold. You can easily check power at the wall when it is hot and when it is cold keeping other settings identical.

Pascal needs temps as low as 38 CDegree to get higher core clocks, so its unreal get to this point in normal mining farm. If you use properly delta, your boost will be same on 60C like on 78C..
http://hwbot.org/user/pkbo/
where do you find such a temperature? reference? my cards always between 45-65 degrees and it`s ok for me.

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February 21, 2018, 04:20:01 PM
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Any other sites similar to this?

https://crypt0.zone/calculator

Also, if you can recommend any sites like jkcrypto, I'd appreciate it.  

Thanks in advance.  

Can try this,

https://www.crypto-coinz.net/crypto-calculator/

But no comments on the profitability accuracy but covers more non-mainstream coins.

it's always interesting to have a look to that site, but consider the results carefully, sometimes the profit for one coin will spikes but it's not real, so it's to be considered as a hint, but to be doubled checked
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February 21, 2018, 04:24:49 PM
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Any other sites similar to this?

https://crypt0.zone/calculator

Also, if you can recommend any sites like jkcrypto, I'd appreciate it.  

Thanks in advance.  

Can try this,

https://www.crypto-coinz.net/crypto-calculator/

But no comments on the profitability accuracy but covers more non-mainstream coins.

it's always interesting to have a look to that site, but consider the results carefully, sometimes the profit for one coin will spikes but it's not real, so it's to be considered as a hint, but to be doubled checked

for example, just now ONEX is shown as very profitable, but if you look at the order book:
https://stocks.exchange/trade/ONEX/BTC
sell is at 0.00001048 and buy at 0.00000239 per onex, almost a 5 ratio, so the expected profit is uncertain
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February 21, 2018, 08:49:07 PM
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i'd like to see the numbers, I bought a snowblind 942 gaming computer and it came with the msi 1080ti gpu. currently I've gotten 64mh/s consistently on nicehash, but when I script mine i'm getting 70 mh/s or a little more. running 83 degree Celsius with this current card. no overclocking done. are the numbers that different?

Running EBWF for ZCL, I'm seeing the following on stock settings:

Gigabyte Watercooled: 708 sol/s @ 56C
EVGA: 697 sol/s @ 65C
MSI Gaming: 658 sol/s @ 64C

Both the EVGA and MSI have dedicated additional fans.

I think the original core/memory clock is different. So the different speed.
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February 21, 2018, 11:35:15 PM
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Sure, this is best case scenario Smiley but not so real to get it here with big farm...
Maybe with Lyra2z, but not with more power related algos.
what is the problem to set low power limit to keep cards cool and effective?

Efectivity depends on electricity bills...  i dont play on perf/tdp %.. i play on real efectivity whitch mean how mutch less TDP saves your bills vs how mutch hashrate drops.

And if you pay in real 0,11$/kw its better to run higher freq & higher TDP.
No, when you keep cards cool they boost much higher than if they are hot. Higher boost clock leads to higher hashrate. Moreover with high temps semiconductors consume more power than when they are cold. You can easily check power at the wall when it is hot and when it is cold keeping other settings identical.

Pascal needs temps as low as 38 CDegree to get higher core clocks, so its unreal get to this point in normal mining farm. If you use properly delta, your boost will be same on 60C like on 78C..
http://hwbot.org/user/pkbo/
where do you find such a temperature? reference? my cards always between 45-65 degrees and it`s ok for me.

Iam getting payed for overclockig & testing... 38C i magic number here, if you get GPU lower, you will get extra mhz with same voltage... On higher temps, there is really no change between 45 or 80C, still same core OC potencial...

But you shouldnt exceed 85, whitch is point, where some cards will exceed TDP and boost comes down.
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February 22, 2018, 02:35:05 AM
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I found the sweet spot for the power target is aroung 2/3rds (67%), while still overclocking a bit.

only if you care about elecricity cost though.

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February 22, 2018, 02:05:37 PM
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I'm gonna stop mining Bulwark because it's value has been halved withing a week. Where are you at?
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February 22, 2018, 02:19:20 PM
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I can't find a good coin to mine like was BWK, LUX in the past

Now my plan is to diversify, I'm mining:

LUX
BTCZ
Neoscrypt at Zpool.ca

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February 22, 2018, 02:56:42 PM
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I thought Neoscrypt wasn't all that amazing on the 1080 Ti?
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February 22, 2018, 03:10:10 PM
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I thought Neoscrypt wasn't all that amazing on the 1080 Ti?

Its not, but due to the sheet amount of neoscrypt shitcoins have propped up value for masternodes, it might be best right now.  I still refuse to mine it.
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February 22, 2018, 03:24:38 PM
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I am keeping mine at 65% tdp. Core clock +100 and try to keep the temps at around 55°C. Will try tu use them as long as i can. If any of the fans dies, i`ll just replace it with generic case fan.

I am doing the same. I keep the temperature low.
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