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August 04, 2017, 01:08:37 PM
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Yep, suprnova is very good, a minor nuisance having to sign up and assign username, workername etc but it works very well and is fast, safe, and reliable.  LBC shoud be a fairly good option to mine right now, although I think it;s not hte highest for daily profit at this exact moment.
Hi guys, hope u can enlighten me a bit,
Since 01.08.17 - 5 AM and till 04.08.17 - 2 PM (= 81 hours) I was mining Lbry on suprnova and so far have only 86 coins, though I was supposed to get 109 coins .
My rig is made of 5 x 1080 ti and whattomine shows average 32.6189 coins per day = 97 coins in 72 hours with 2000 Mh/s hash rate (my average rate is even a bit higher).
My miner is cc miner 2.1

What am I doing wrong here?  Huh

You are doinng nothing wrong man... whattomine is an estimate as network difficulty change your payout can change also don't forget we have pool/LUCK if estimates are 100 Coins per day but pool is only 95% Lucky you are going to receive 95 coins - 1% pool fees = 94.05 and whatever the increase in network rate and difficulty impacting payout. so as a general rule of thumb reduce whatever whattomine says by 5-10% to get realistic payout.
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August 04, 2017, 02:18:32 PM
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Tried to use claymore dual Eth+LBC on my 6 1080Ti - very poor hashrate on LBC, I can see no reason to use it now.
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August 04, 2017, 02:29:18 PM
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you use one of the ccminer for lbry.  lol   not cmd.   anything with eth doesn't do good.   if you need eth then trade for btc to buy eth.
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August 04, 2017, 02:36:25 PM
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I find that alexis78 v1.0 miner gives a faster hash rate for LBRY than ccminer 2.1/2.2

Out of interest what hash rate's do you get with 5/6 1080ti's for LBRY?

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August 04, 2017, 05:47:11 PM
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I find that alexis78 v1.0 miner gives a faster hash rate for LBRY than ccminer 2.1/2.2
Out of interest what hash rate's do you get with 5/6 1080ti's for LBRY?

5 gpu = around 2050-2100 Mh/s . But it`s damn hot + I use 3 founder edition gpu, which have dumb cooling system. With proper cooling my system would give standart 2300 Mh/s.
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August 04, 2017, 06:07:40 PM
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I find that alexis78 v1.0 miner gives a faster hash rate for LBRY than ccminer 2.1/2.2
Out of interest what hash rate's do you get with 5/6 1080ti's for LBRY?

5 gpu = around 2050-2100 Mh/s . But it`s damn hot + I use 3 founder edition gpu, which have dumb cooling system. With proper cooling my system would give standart 2300 Mh/s.

Should be mroe than that, i get 2250* from 4 1080tis and 1 1080 on a single rig

It's either 475 or 485 mh/s on ccminer 2.2 x 5 puts you at just under 2400

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August 04, 2017, 06:52:38 PM
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And what 1080ti are u using? I guess it`s not Founder`s edition for sure, right?
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August 04, 2017, 06:54:35 PM
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Yep, suprnova is very good, a minor nuisance having to sign up and assign username, workername etc but it works very well and is fast, safe, and reliable.  LBC shoud be a fairly good option to mine right now, although I think it;s not hte highest for daily profit at this exact moment.
Hi guys, hope u can enlighten me a bit,
Since 01.08.17 - 5 AM and till 04.08.17 - 2 PM (= 81 hours) I was mining Lbry on suprnova and so far have only 86 coins, though I was supposed to get 109 coins .
My rig is made of 5 x 1080 ti and whattomine shows average 32.6189 coins per day = 97 coins in 72 hours with 2000 Mh/s hash rate (my average rate is even a bit higher).
My miner is cc miner 2.1

What am I doing wrong here?  Huh

You are doinng nothing wrong man... whattomine is an estimate as network difficulty change your payout can change also don't forget we have pool/LUCK if estimates are 100 Coins per day but pool is only 95% Lucky you are going to receive 95 coins - 1% pool fees = 94.05 and whatever the increase in network rate and difficulty impacting payout. so as a general rule of thumb reduce whatever whattomine says by 5-10% to get realistic payout.

It's intresting to note how many users have no idea how CDF,Luck,Variance work, but they somehow manage to setup rigs and mine Smiley
The magic internet money craze is REAL.

But who mines LBC for profit lately on Nvidia anyways? ;p  There's X2 Profit on SIGT for the last 2 weeks, with how mining profits have taken a shit these last months , that's insane good profits!
To each their own i guess, more are realizing SIGT is more profitable everyday, so the diff is  steady rising Cheesy

https://whattomine.com/coins/191-sigt-skunkhash?utf8=%E2%9C%93&hr=50&p=200&fee=0.0&cost=0.1&hcost=0.0&commit=Calculate
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August 04, 2017, 07:36:36 PM
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But who mines LBC for profit lately on Nvidia anyways? ;p  There's X2 Profit on SIGT for the last 2 weeks, with how mining profits have taken a shit these last months , that's insane good profits!
To each their own i guess, more are realizing SIGT is more profitable everyday, so the diff is  steady rising Cheesy

https://whattomine.com/coins/191-sigt-skunkhash?utf8=%E2%9C%93&hr=50&p=200&fee=0.0&cost=0.1&hcost=0.0&commit=Calculate
ONE 1080ti ^^^

Agreed. The most profit now is from SIGT, price growths, volume growths it very perspective coin I think. LBC pump is over now. It just for to mine and sell immediately

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August 04, 2017, 07:47:32 PM
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How much difference is there between all of the different types of 1080 Ti's? I'm looking to set up my first rig with 2 or 3 to start with. Most are out of stock apart from
Asus ROG STRIX GTX1080 Ti. It's got 3 fans if that makes any difference!
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August 04, 2017, 08:06:58 PM
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How much difference is there between all of the different types of 1080 Ti's? I'm looking to set up my first rig with 2 or 3 to start with. Most are out of stock apart from
Asus ROG STRIX GTX1080 Ti. It's got 3 fans if that makes any difference!

Typically the most noticeable difference is in the quality of cooling implemented, meaning that you can overclock it higher while staying at a safe temperature (noise will usually be less too). There's no guarantee though, some FE GTX 1080 Ti will overclock higher then the average non reference 1080 Ti.  Overall though, an aftermarket model, especially a higher end one will be a little bit better of an overclocker.
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August 05, 2017, 01:00:09 AM
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But who mines LBC for profit lately on Nvidia anyways? ;p  There's X2 Profit on SIGT for the last 2 weeks, with how mining profits have taken a shit these last months , that's insane good profits!
To each their own i guess, more are realizing SIGT is more profitable everyday, so the diff is  steady rising Cheesy

https://whattomine.com/coins/191-sigt-skunkhash?utf8=%E2%9C%93&hr=50&p=200&fee=0.0&cost=0.1&hcost=0.0&commit=Calculate
ONE 1080ti ^^^

Agreed. The most profit now is from SIGT, price growths, volume growths it very perspective coin I think. LBC pump is over now. It just for to mine and sell immediately

Magic coin for a magic algo ! I pray for other coins with skunkhash comin' soon !
You think SIGT could reach x3 price after the end of POW ?
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August 05, 2017, 01:35:14 AM
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But who mines LBC for profit lately on Nvidia anyways? ;p  There's X2 Profit on SIGT for the last 2 weeks, with how mining profits have taken a shit these last months , that's insane good profits!
To each their own i guess, more are realizing SIGT is more profitable everyday, so the diff is  steady rising Cheesy

https://whattomine.com/coins/191-sigt-skunkhash?utf8=%E2%9C%93&hr=50&p=200&fee=0.0&cost=0.1&hcost=0.0&commit=Calculate
ONE 1080ti ^^^

Agreed. The most profit now is from SIGT, price growths, volume growths it very perspective coin I think. LBC pump is over now. It just for to mine and sell immediately

Magic coin for a magic algo ! I pray for other coins with skunkhash comin' soon !
You think SIGT could reach x3 price after the end of POW ?

Yea but you're gonna miss so much growth in the market by tehn you'd be insane to hold SIGT waiting for it...

It's rising now, mine it and hold it. Watch for a dip or consolidation.

If the dip comes get out and buy back in later.

POS is a long way away

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August 05, 2017, 03:03:50 AM
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in about 5 days SIGT block rewards are going to halve. I wonder if it will make the price go higher or half the miners are going to abandon ship ? Or little bit of both ? I reckon its going to be the latter
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August 05, 2017, 03:45:38 AM
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in about 5 days SIGT block rewards are going to halve. I wonder if it will make the price go higher or half the miners are going to abandon ship ? Or little bit of both ? I reckon its going to be the latter

At current rates a 50% drop will still have it be one of the better coins to mine.
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August 05, 2017, 05:03:08 AM
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in about 5 days SIGT block rewards are going to halve. I wonder if it will make the price go higher or half the miners are going to abandon ship ? Or little bit of both ? I reckon its going to be the latter
yes, everyone will leave Smiley so just mine and sell, thats my opinion though
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August 05, 2017, 05:05:20 AM
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edit: Nevermind** xp
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August 05, 2017, 06:39:40 AM
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in about 5 days SIGT block rewards are going to halve. I wonder if it will make the price go higher or half the miners are going to abandon ship ? Or little bit of both ? I reckon its going to be the latter
yes, everyone will leave Smiley so just mine and sell, thats my opinion though

everyone leave is good. then i can get better share.. lol...

this 2 days got almost double inflow of miner due to Sigt price going back up..
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August 05, 2017, 06:43:25 AM
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How much difference is there between all of the different types of 1080 Ti's? I'm looking to set up my first rig with 2 or 3 to start with. Most are out of stock apart from
Asus ROG STRIX GTX1080 Ti. It's got 3 fans if that makes any difference!

Typically the most noticeable difference is in the quality of cooling implemented, meaning that you can overclock it higher while staying at a safe temperature (noise will usually be less too). There's no guarantee though, some FE GTX 1080 Ti will overclock higher then the average non reference 1080 Ti.  Overall though, an aftermarket model, especially a higher end one will be a little bit better of an overclocker.

Asus strix gives 500-550 mh/s. Zotac amp extreme gives 550-600 mh/s mining LBRY with ccminer alexis v1.0.
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August 05, 2017, 06:52:31 AM
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How much difference is there between all of the different types of 1080 Ti's? I'm looking to set up my first rig with 2 or 3 to start with. Most are out of stock apart from
Asus ROG STRIX GTX1080 Ti. It's got 3 fans if that makes any difference!

Typically the most noticeable difference is in the quality of cooling implemented, meaning that you can overclock it higher while staying at a safe temperature (noise will usually be less too). There's no guarantee though, some FE GTX 1080 Ti will overclock higher then the average non reference 1080 Ti.  Overall though, an aftermarket model, especially a higher end one will be a little bit better of an overclocker.

Asus strix gives 500-550 mh/s. Zotac amp extreme gives 550-600 mh/s mining LBRY with ccminer alexis v1.0.

You may want to try download Nemo 1.7x and extra the alexis78 version to give it a try. that was last I remember the best one for hashrate.
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