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July 10, 2017, 01:36:38 AM
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Gents the DIFFICULTY on SPR has risen 3x from the claim of 15 per card. Dont be stupid. It is now $5 per 1080ti a day... barely worth running the card.

Nexus coin is the next hot thing to mine, it is a little less shitty than spread.

But idk it just seems like it is all a big gamble buying private miners.  You send your $120 and then HOPE that the profit lasts long enough to profit extra or the difficulty & price kills profit then you lose that .05 btc or possibly even more vs mining a slow and steady coin.

The same can be expected on Nexus too. I still saying 0.05 to SP for this he is a little too xxxxx but agian that is his ricebowl. Just when you get it and manage to figure out the way to really benefits from it, the game over again..... so if you are not having a big rig or few rigs, best use the $ to buy another 1070!

I'd have to agree. I also wonder...if the private miner is so good, why not add a 5% Developer fee and give it to the masses? Seems that would bring the Developer more profit?

agree, I think the dev fee is legit - spr available
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July 10, 2017, 03:48:26 AM
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Gents the DIFFICULTY on SPR has risen 3x from the claim of 15 per card. Dont be stupid. It is now $5 per 1080ti a day... barely worth running the card.

Nexus coin is the next hot thing to mine, it is a little less shitty than spread.

But idk it just seems like it is all a big gamble buying private miners.  You send your $120 and then HOPE that the profit lasts long enough to profit extra or the difficulty & price kills profit then you lose that .05 btc or possibly even more vs mining a slow and steady coin.

The same can be expected on Nexus too. I still saying 0.05 to SP for this he is a little too xxxxx but agian that is his ricebowl. Just when you get it and manage to figure out the way to really benefits from it, the game over again..... so if you are not having a big rig or few rigs, best use the $ to buy another 1070!

I'd have to agree. I also wonder...if the private miner is so good, why not add a 5% Developer fee and give it to the masses? Seems that would bring the Developer more profit?

agree, I think the dev fee is legit - spr available


SP did mentioned that not easy to implement as dev fee due to solo mining. I dont have the expertise to comment this. But I believe try and buy is fair else will have to give it a passed.

0.05 btc need month to recover if you are only with a single or dual cards. lol... maybe he is after the big boy.

But the logic also not making sense as big boy will drive up all the diff and also make the price crashed when they mine and sell. the volume dont seems to be able to take the hit.
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July 10, 2017, 04:40:12 AM
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Gents the DIFFICULTY on SPR has risen 3x from the claim of 15 per card. Dont be stupid. It is now $5 per 1080ti a day... barely worth running the card.

Nexus coin is the next hot thing to mine, it is a little less shitty than spread.

But idk it just seems like it is all a big gamble buying private miners.  You send your $120 and then HOPE that the profit lasts long enough to profit extra or the difficulty & price kills profit then you lose that .05 btc or possibly even more vs mining a slow and steady coin.

The same can be expected on Nexus too. I still saying 0.05 to SP for this he is a little too xxxxx but agian that is his ricebowl. Just when you get it and manage to figure out the way to really benefits from it, the game over again..... so if you are not having a big rig or few rigs, best use the $ to buy another 1070!

I'd have to agree. I also wonder...if the private miner is so good, why not add a 5% Developer fee and give it to the masses? Seems that would bring the Developer more profit?

agree, I think the dev fee is legit - spr available


SP did mentioned that not easy to implement as dev fee due to solo mining. I dont have the expertise to comment this. But I believe try and buy is fair else will have to give it a passed.

0.05 btc need month to recover if you are only with a single or dual cards. lol... maybe he is after the big boy.

But the logic also not making sense as big boy will drive up all the diff and also make the price crashed when they mine and sell. the volume dont seems to be able to take the hit.

I have no issues with someone making money from their wares, but I must warn you SPR is HIGH difficulty for the price requested. Once I got the wallet synced the hash rate was 5 when I started and 14 when I was ready to mine. Increased that quickly - meaning 3x as long to make a buck. I have the program, it works. But for what was paid it was over distributed, but again, that is his prerogative. Fortunately it can serve other purposes later. If someone wants my copy, make me an offer.
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July 10, 2017, 05:07:55 AM
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How about mining Hush with the 1080ti
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July 10, 2017, 05:29:30 AM
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best option for the 1080ti for me is dual eth and sia

eth at 36.6 mh/s and sia at 1250  < the new dual mining champ, only using 30 more wats than solo mining eth alone at 37 mhs


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July 10, 2017, 06:12:31 AM
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best option for the 1080ti for me is dual eth and sia

eth at 36.6 mh/s and sia at 1250  < the new dual mining champ, only using 30 more wats than solo mining eth alone at 37 mhs

What core/mem/tdp_?
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July 10, 2017, 06:17:59 AM
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best option for the 1080ti for me is dual eth and sia

eth at 36.6 mh/s and sia at 1250  < the new dual mining champ, only using 30 more wats than solo mining eth alone at 37 mhs

What core/mem/tdp_?

650 mem , +85 core 65% TDP , founders cards need 75% TDP


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July 10, 2017, 07:03:53 AM
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best option for the 1080ti for me is dual eth and sia

eth at 36.6 mh/s and sia at 1250  < the new dual mining champ, only using 30 more wats than solo mining eth alone at 37 mhs

What core/mem/tdp_?

650 mem , +85 core 65% TDP , founders cards need 75% TDP

What's your DCRI at?

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July 10, 2017, 07:20:30 AM
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best option for the 1080ti for me is dual eth and sia

eth at 36.6 mh/s and sia at 1250  < the new dual mining champ, only using 30 more wats than solo mining eth alone at 37 mhs

What core/mem/tdp_?

650 mem , +85 core 65% TDP , founders cards need 75% TDP

What's your DCRI at?

100 i think im  not in front of it , I just cranked it up until the eth hash rate was dropping to much its not rocket science


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July 10, 2017, 07:23:47 AM
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best option for the 1080ti for me is dual eth and sia

eth at 36.6 mh/s and sia at 1250  < the new dual mining champ, only using 30 more wats than solo mining eth alone at 37 mhs

What core/mem/tdp_?

650 mem , +85 core 65% TDP , founders cards need 75% TDP

Thanks for the info. Based on whattomine calculatios for 3x1080Ti with the hash rates info you provide it seems ETH+SIA is a little better than DGB for now. Difference is like 1.25USD. Not bad.
Maybe I switch to dual mining on Nvidia Rig as well. DGB profitability was very good when it was around a couple of weeks ago but its price is now round %50 of what it was then. All the alts  are bearish though.
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July 10, 2017, 11:26:55 AM
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Tried eth+sia and eth+dcr on 1080tis. Work well on my test rig. However my remote rigs cannot be controlled by teamviewer when dual mining. Luckily had simplerigresetter to reset it.

Perhaps I should set the PC to use IGPU in the bios?

The days of Skein is over, even zcash has higher profits now. Skein = $3.9/day, zcash = $4.5/day at 80% tdp. Due to the teamviewer issue, I switched my rigs to equihash on miningpoolhub, rig stability is more important than making marginally more by dual mining.
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July 10, 2017, 11:30:58 AM
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Tried eth+sia and eth+dcr on 1080tis. Work well on my test rig. However my remote rigs cannot be controlled by teamviewer when dual mining. Luckily had simplerigresetter to reset it.

Perhaps I should set the PC to use IGPU in the bios?

The days of Skein is over, even zcash has higher profits now. Skein = $3.9/day, zcash = $4.5/day at 80% tdp. Due to the teamviewer issue, I switched my rigs to equihash on miningpoolhub, rig stability is more important than making marginally more by dual mining.

So thats way my dual mining rig sometimes freezes when I try teamviewer. Didnt know that. Nice tip.
I am mining skein but apparenty switch to ETH Dual or Zcash today.

How about other Z coins such as ZCL or Zencash?

Is minigpool hub nice for Zcash? Any better pool (if  there is any?)
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July 10, 2017, 11:44:23 AM
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Tried eth+sia and eth+dcr on 1080tis. Work well on my test rig. However my remote rigs cannot be controlled by teamviewer when dual mining. Luckily had simplerigresetter to reset it.

Perhaps I should set the PC to use IGPU in the bios?

The days of Skein is over, even zcash has higher profits now. Skein = $3.9/day, zcash = $4.5/day at 80% tdp. Due to the teamviewer issue, I switched my rigs to equihash on miningpoolhub, rig stability is more important than making marginally more by dual mining.

So thats way my dual mining rig sometimes freezes when I try teamviewer. Didnt know that. Nice tip.
I am mining skein but apparenty switch to ETH Dual or Zcash today.

How about other Z coins such as ZCL or Zencash?

Is minigpool hub nice for Zcash? Any better pool (if  there is any?)

A few coins occasionally have 10-20+% the profits of zcash these days, like zencash, hush, ZCL as you mentioned. If you are willing to put in time to switch, yes you'll make more.

But it's very time consuming to me, because everyday the most profitable coin changes. The stable, 2nd or 3rd highest profit coin is good enough. Once a week I will check and change coins if necessary.

For teamviewer yeah, I think dual mining maxes out the GPU, it cannot drive teamviewer display. Even on my test rig with monitor connected, the cursor is all laggy.
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July 10, 2017, 11:48:30 AM
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It sounds like windows keep defaulting to gtx 1080ti instead of the integrated gpu.
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July 10, 2017, 12:49:53 PM
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It doesn't crash for me when I use teamviewer, try lowering intensity until you can safely login with teamviewer with zero crashes.

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July 10, 2017, 04:29:16 PM
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How low will our returns go? We've seen the mining market drop 50% a couple weeks ago, and then another 50% over the past week.

Other cards must be getting underwater in the power/profit calculation.

1080tis still floating in the positive range, but I hope we are nearing the bottom?
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July 10, 2017, 04:35:09 PM
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How low will our returns go? We've seen the mining market drop 50% a couple weeks ago, and then another 50% over the past week.

Other cards must be getting underwater in the power/profit calculation.

1080tis still floating in the positive range, but I hope we are nearing the bottom?


I'm making only 3,5 - 4 euros per day with my 1080 Ti.

2,5 weeks ago it was 7!!! Sad

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July 10, 2017, 04:42:54 PM
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How low will our returns go? We've seen the mining market drop 50% a couple weeks ago, and then another 50% over the past week.

Other cards must be getting underwater in the power/profit calculation.

1080tis still floating in the positive range, but I hope we are nearing the bottom?


I'm making only 3,5 - 4 euros per day with my 1080 Ti.

2,5 weeks ago it was 7!!! Sad

Now market going down like crazy. So now the time to relax a bit and learn more other mining method. Dont stress out on roi. In fact supposed mining is at least half hobby mentality else will be very stress to look at the current pricing
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In fact supposed mining is at least half hobby mentality..


Lol the wife needs $$$ Wink

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July 10, 2017, 08:59:06 PM
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How low will our returns go? We've seen the mining market drop 50% a couple weeks ago, and then another 50% over the past week.

Other cards must be getting underwater in the power/profit calculation.

1080tis still floating in the positive range, but I hope we are nearing the bottom?


I'm no Math major but by that math it's already at 0% - no where to go but up then lol unless ofcourse you start paying miners from out of pocket in that case, it'll be negative haha
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