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August 23, 2017, 02:07:57 PM
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Where can I get that case ? Smiley

It's the Rosewill 4500:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rosewill-RSV-L4500-4U-Rackmount-Server-Chassis-with-15-Internal-Bays-and-8-Fans-/192182483504?hash=item2cbef7fa30:g:nU8AAOxy69JTF542

And then I'm using the GPU drop-in bracket from Spotswood, a member here on the forum.  He also got a website:

http://spotswoodcomputercases.com/wp/

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August 23, 2017, 02:32:42 PM
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Where can I get that case ? Smiley

It's the Rosewill 4500:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rosewill-RSV-L4500-4U-Rackmount-Server-Chassis-with-15-Internal-Bays-and-8-Fans-/192182483504?hash=item2cbef7fa30:g:nU8AAOxy69JTF542

And then I'm using the GPU drop-in bracket from Spotswood, a member here on the forum.  He also got a website:

http://spotswoodcomputercases.com/wp/

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Thank you, very kind of you !
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August 23, 2017, 02:51:01 PM
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Solaris? How old is the coin? Diff low?
I'm looking for a site where I can track all new mineabel coins... It's sometimes hard to follow all the Pre and Announcement Threads here.
Diff is in crazy state right now because of zpool switchers on low (150-200) and pumping it with hashes to 700-1k.
But still good, taking in account it's stakable Smiley

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August 23, 2017, 03:28:45 PM
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Hardware:
MSI Z270A-Pro
4 GB Ram
2TB HDD
G4400 CPU
1x 750W B+ PSU
1x 850 W B+ EVGA PSU
3x MSI  Gaming X
1x Zotac Amp Extreme Core
1x Asus ROG Strix
5x Powered Risers
Software:
-Clean, activated Win10
-All updates from Win update
-Latest drivers form MSI website (chipset)
-Latest Nvidia drivers
-Latest ccminer from Tpruvot
- MSI Afterburner (to limit cards powerdraw)
The algo I was trying was bitcore and skein. I've limited TDP to 75% in MA, so I've assumed that it'll have enough power.
Do someone have Zotac and can share how much these beast draw at 75% tdp?
My config for psu's.
Weaker PSU got two cards (MSI), their risers, mobo, cpu and hdd. It's working fine (that config was working before).
Now I want another psu (850W) to power 3 cards and their risers.
And it's kind working. But not for mining Wink

PSU 1250W with 5 evga ftw3 1080ti 70% tdp WORKING FINE

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August 23, 2017, 03:30:36 PM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.

my ftw3 can only boost +130 stable

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August 23, 2017, 03:49:20 PM
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With today's profits, such an expensive and power hungry card is no longer viable. Best to sell while they are still worth something
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August 23, 2017, 04:14:05 PM
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Lol are you mining with nicehash? Even with profit switching software I'm getting like 4$per card profit.
Moreover, those cards will still worth sth' in next 2 years at least.

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August 23, 2017, 04:23:54 PM
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With today's profits, such an expensive and power hungry card is no longer viable. Best to sell while they are still worth something

LOL you're funny. The 1080Ti is still a beast even when undervolted.

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August 23, 2017, 04:44:02 PM
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With today's profits, such an expensive and power hungry card is no longer viable. Best to sell while they are still worth something

lol and what would you mine with? Cheesy
1070's are great on power and all, but at this point they are like 2$ a day each, BEFORE power Sad
One is better off to eat the upfront cost and buy 1080ti's, you will be profitable with them, yupp i agree, probably another 2 years Smiley
then they will STILL get 80%+ value, just like a 980ti Cheesy
1080ti owners are SMILING imo, almost as smiley as L3+ owners! haha

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August 23, 2017, 08:45:11 PM
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With today's profits, such an expensive and power hungry card is no longer viable. Best to sell while they are still worth something

so why are you reading this thread then ?
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August 23, 2017, 09:52:02 PM
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With today's profits, such an expensive and power hungry card is no longer viable. Best to sell while they are still worth something

? Does basic math elude you?

And I don't know what makes you think it's power hungry. It pretty goes up linearly in performance and power up the newest nvidia line

Only question is what did you pay sticker for it
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August 23, 2017, 11:44:12 PM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.

There is very impressive!
What coin do you mine? Which miner? What hashrate?
How much do you get on solo ETH?
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August 24, 2017, 12:57:16 AM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.

my ftw3 can only boost +130 stable

Don't worry, it's a silicone lottery for everyone. We have 1080 Ti GPUS that will do +225 and others that can only manage +125.... the main thing is to find what's rock solid and stable and stick with it. That way any tiny loss due to slightly lower hashrate is more then offset by having less downtime... a mining rig has zero profit when it's crashed overnight or while you're away etc. Wink
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August 24, 2017, 01:18:40 AM
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For those mining on Suprnova (ZEC/SIGT), have you evaluated your payouts? I switched from Suprnova to another popular pool and I am earning the "estimated" amount according to Whattomine rather than a significantly less amount on Suprnova (was mining with them for ~1 month).. Could be just me, I sent several emails to them but have not received a response.


On a side note, haven't seen any mention of this in the thread but has anyone started mining Vertcoin? It has good volume

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August 24, 2017, 01:20:42 AM
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For those mining on Suprnova, have you evaluated your payouts? I switched from Suprnova to another popular pool and I am earning the "estimated" amount according to Whattomine rather than a significantly less amount on Suprnova (was mining with them for ~1 month).. Could be just me, I sent several emails to them but have not received a response.

Earning about .041 - .042 per 24 hour period per every 3 1080ti cards.



On a side note, haven't seen any mention of this in the thread but has anyone started mining Vertcoin? It has good volume

I was also mining on suprnova different coins.
When I switched to other pools I earn between 10 and 20 % more.
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August 24, 2017, 01:27:51 AM
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For those mining on Suprnova, have you evaluated your payouts? I switched from Suprnova to another popular pool and I am earning the "estimated" amount according to Whattomine rather than a significantly less amount on Suprnova (was mining with them for ~1 month).. Could be just me, I sent several emails to them but have not received a response.

Earning about .041 - .042 per 24 hour period per every 3 1080ti cards.



On a side note, haven't seen any mention of this in the thread but has anyone started mining Vertcoin? It has good volume

I have mined VTC a little in the past, but not recently. I did see that it jumped up a bunch in price today, but I haven't checked yet to see if there was any major news to push that price upwards or not. Overall though the Lyra2Rev2 algo does very well on a GTX 1080 Ti, quite fast and stable in my experience.
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August 24, 2017, 01:40:22 AM
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For those mining on Suprnova, have you evaluated your payouts? I switched from Suprnova to another popular pool and I am earning the "estimated" amount according to Whattomine rather than a significantly less amount on Suprnova (was mining with them for ~1 month).. Could be just me, I sent several emails to them but have not received a response.

Earning about .041 - .042 per 24 hour period per every 3 1080ti cards.



On a side note, haven't seen any mention of this in the thread but has anyone started mining Vertcoin? It has good volume

I have mined VTC a little in the past, but not recently. I did see that it jumped up a bunch in price today, but I haven't checked yet to see if there was any major news to push that price upwards or not. Overall though the Lyra2Rev2 algo does very well on a GTX 1080 Ti, quite fast and stable in my experience.

Vertcoin? Dont know... What are you mining right now? Im still with Signatum, but will Change tomorrow... Havent made a desicion right now.
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August 24, 2017, 02:01:13 AM
Last edit: August 24, 2017, 02:20:08 AM by crazydane
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.
There is very impressive!
What coin do you mine? Which miner? What hashrate?
How much do you get on solo ETH?
Well, at the moment I'm still just running NiceHash trying to get my bearings on what I really should be doing.  Haven't had to time to go setup all these individual wallets for the various altcoins to mine and hold, which is what I want to get into.

Those 6 1080Ti's at 65% power do about 660 - 670 Sol/s.
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August 24, 2017, 02:05:42 AM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.

my ftw3 can only boost +130 stable

Don't worry, it's a silicone lottery for everyone. We have 1080 Ti GPUS that will do +225 and others that can only manage +125
The silicone lottery for me isn't my EVGA's doing +150 Core at 65% power, but my Zotac Articstorm doing +250 @ 70% power.  It averages about 780 Sol/s.   Grin   Grin



I think it would probably do over 800 Sol's if I give it more power.
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August 24, 2017, 02:26:15 AM
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MSI Z270A-Pro
G3950 CPU
2x4GB RAM
6xEVGA 1080Ti OC Edition
1xEVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
6x V.007 Risers

Cards synced in Afterburner and set to 65% power, + 150 Core, +600 Memory

Win 10, latest BIOS from MSI, latest driver from nVidia, NiceHash Legacy 1.8.1.1

Been running rock solid since turning it up a couple of weeks ago.  Pulls right around 1,100W at the wall @ 247V.

my ftw3 can only boost +130 stable

Don't worry, it's a silicone lottery for everyone. We have 1080 Ti GPUS that will do +225 and others that can only manage +125
The silicone lottery for me isn't my EVGA's doing +150 Core at 65% power, but my Zotac Articstorm doing +250 @ 70% power.  It averages about 780 Sol/s.   Grin   Grin



I think it would probably do over 800 Sol's if I give it more power.


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