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September 15, 2017, 08:56:15 PM
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Can someone share this "Sniffdog", i didn't find any threads related to it. How to setup and use it?

https://github.com/Sniffdog/Sniffdogminer/releases

The guy who created it posts on here but he didn't want to create a thread dedicated to it (like claymore, ccminer, etc) because spending time managing the thread would defeat the purpose of the program, which is to save time.

ive seen a few people testing this miner, but haven't tried it myself, gonna check it out tonight i think, see how the profits are.
I been lazy as hell with my Ti's since they Roi'd, so they have just still been sitting on solo skunk, doing 20% above whattomine still, on average, not bad.
Bored tho, gonna check out sniffdog, ill report my results for yall Smiley

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September 15, 2017, 09:03:16 PM
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Thank you guys!!
Powershell was exactly what i missed.

Couple more questions
1) what do you use for '-interval 90 -Delay 1' values ?

2) I'm seeing this page for more than 10 minutes, it "stuck" on EWBF and not moving forward
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September 15, 2017, 09:08:14 PM
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hi guys, do you think is wise to mine signatum till POS and keep the coins hoping its price get pumped?

i have a rig with two gtx 1060, two gtx 1070 and a gtx 1080ti and i dont know where to point it.

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September 15, 2017, 10:04:01 PM
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Thank you guys!!
Powershell was exactly what i missed.

One more question, what do you use for '-interval 90 -Delay 1' values ?

I haven't used it for awhile, but when I did, that delay value wasn't in there, so i'm not sure what that does.  But for benchmarking I left it at 90.  When it came time to mine I changed it to 300.  I don't know what best practice is but I had read somewhere else that 300 was a good number.  It seems like with checking and changing algos every 90 seconds you might lose a significant amount of hashrate in transitions..
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September 15, 2017, 10:12:48 PM
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hi guys, do you think is wise to mine signatum till POS and keep the coins hoping its price get pumped?

i have a rig with two gtx 1060, two gtx 1070 and a gtx 1080ti and i dont know where to point it.

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The answer is going to depend on whether you want to speculate or not.  Personally I mine whatever coin is most profitable at that time.  If I were mining coins based on the premise that they were going to be pumped, then I would just buy the coins without the hassle of mining.  That said, given your specs, sigt would be a good option if you are unsure of what to mine.
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September 16, 2017, 01:08:15 PM
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SKEIN at hashrefinery gave 2.4$ per card for the last 24h. Sad
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September 16, 2017, 04:15:43 PM
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Guys, do you expect to see earnings to increase afterwards? Or said in another words, what do you think is causing the low profitability?

I mean, besides the fact that BTC price decreased almost 20-25% also the amount of btc/altcoins per hour has decreased.
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September 16, 2017, 04:23:34 PM
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Guys, do you expect to see earnings to increase afterwards? Or said in another words, what do you think is causing the low profitability?

I mean, besides the fact that BTC price decreased almost 20-25% also the amount of btc/altcoins per hour has decreased.

the number of block that pool get

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September 16, 2017, 04:25:40 PM
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Want to try monero( criptonight ) mining with my 1080ti

What best( free) miner for this ? I saw there is a cryptonight version of ccmienr but dated of 2014
Edit : found !

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September 16, 2017, 04:52:50 PM
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Want to try monero( criptonight ) mining with my 1080ti

What best( free) miner for this ? I saw there is a cryptonight version of ccmienr but dated of 2014
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XmrMiner
What hashrate with that?
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September 16, 2017, 05:04:17 PM
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Guys, do you expect to see earnings to increase afterwards? Or said in another words, what do you think is causing the low profitability?

I mean, besides the fact that BTC price decreased almost 20-25% also the amount of btc/altcoins per hour has decreased.

It is only anecdotal and i don't have any long term experience of the crypto markets but it is clearly apparent that, apart from a few outliers, most coins go higher faster and fall faster than BTC

This would mean less earnings in BTC on a fall/dip and more earning in BTC when it is flying high

Apart from the regular pump/dumps on arbitrary coins and the odd "fall through the floor" on some of the weaker alt-coins on deeper dips (so watch that floor Signatum guys), it would be easy just to suggest holding mined altcoins when BTC dips and enable autoexchange when it is has been flying high for a while

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September 16, 2017, 05:06:56 PM
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Want to try monero( criptonight ) mining with my 1080ti

What best( free) miner for this ? I saw there is a cryptonight version of ccmienr but dated of 2014
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XmrMiner

Don't even try. It's the same as Ethereum mining. That is for red VGAs.
In case you will do, just remember you have to OC your memory instead of GPU
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September 16, 2017, 05:35:09 PM
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Want to try monero( criptonight ) mining with my 1080ti

What best( free) miner for this ? I saw there is a cryptonight version of ccmienr but dated of 2014
Edit : found !

XmrMiner

Don't even try. It's the same as Ethereum mining. That is for red VGAs.
In case you will do, just remember you have to OC your memory instead of GPU

Bullshit 1080tis get +850h/s with -500 mem clock under 800h/s on stock mem clock.

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September 16, 2017, 06:48:18 PM
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Want to try monero( criptonight ) mining with my 1080ti

What best( free) miner for this ? I saw there is a cryptonight version of ccmienr but dated of 2014
Edit : found !

XmrMiner

Don't even try. It's the same as Ethereum mining. That is for red VGAs.
In case you will do, just remember you have to OC your memory instead of GPU

Bullshit 1080tis get +850h/s with -500 mem clock under 800h/s on stock mem clock.
And what is bullshit? That 1080ti performs just as an old 7990? That much cheaper RX480/580 outperforms it?
Or that it is only 20-25% better than 1070 in cryptonight?
Ethash (without dual),Cryptonight and Neoscrypt are very bad algos for 1080/ti
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September 16, 2017, 08:02:04 PM
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Want to try monero( criptonight ) mining with my 1080ti

What best( free) miner for this ? I saw there is a cryptonight version of ccmienr but dated of 2014
Edit : found !

XmrMiner

Don't even try. It's the same as Ethereum mining. That is for red VGAs.
In case you will do, just remember you have to OC your memory instead of GPU

Bullshit 1080tis get +850h/s with -500 mem clock under 800h/s on stock mem clock.
And what is bullshit? That 1080ti performs just as an old 7990? That much cheaper RX480/580 outperforms it?
Or that it is only 20-25% better than 1070 in cryptonight?
Ethash (without dual),Cryptonight and Neoscrypt are very bad algos for 1080/ti

wow, Ive read many clueless comments on this board but this one sets a new record of stupidity.
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September 16, 2017, 10:05:49 PM
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Guys,

Anyone is mining VERGE (XVG)??

I saw that with Lyra2v2 algo it has a good 24 hours profit in Hashrefinery and Zpool, but Whattomine' stats is lagging.
How many coins do you get per day?
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September 17, 2017, 12:37:47 AM
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Couple of questions..

Currently running four 1080 ti's on one rig, waiting for my 2nd PSU to come in a couple days and will be installing my 5th. Will I have connectivity issues with the OS (Windows 7), having 5 running? Remember seeing somewhere people have issues after a certain amount of them not being recognized.

After the hurricane, we keep having brown outs and the power keeps going out for a brief second, sometimes its a couple times a day. What would you guys recommend to keep ~1000 watts running for at least a minute? I don't really know much about them and I don't want to get one too small or too big.

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September 17, 2017, 02:03:14 AM
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Couple of questions..

Currently running four 1080 ti's on one rig, waiting for my 2nd PSU to come in a couple days and will be installing my 5th. Will I have connectivity issues with the OS (Windows 7), having 5 running? Remember seeing somewhere people have issues after a certain amount of them not being recognized.

After the hurricane, we keep having brown outs and the power keeps going out for a brief second, sometimes its a couple times a day. What would you guys recommend to keep ~1000 watts running for at least a minute? I don't really know much about them and I don't want to get one too small or too big.

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September 17, 2017, 02:07:59 AM
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Couple of questions..

Currently running four 1080 ti's on one rig, waiting for my 2nd PSU to come in a couple days and will be installing my 5th. Will I have connectivity issues with the OS (Windows 7), having 5 running? Remember seeing somewhere people have issues after a certain amount of them not being recognized.

After the hurricane, we keep having brown outs and the power keeps going out for a brief second, sometimes its a couple times a day. What would you guys recommend to keep ~1000 watts running for at least a minute? I don't really know much about them and I don't want to get one too small or too big.

Sounds like you need a UPS - you should be able to get one used from ebay but make sure its AT LEAST 18-2000 VA+ (or a couple of smaller ones) to power 12-1500W- try a good manufacturer like APC

One of the most expensive parts of a UPS is the battery so normally i'd be cautious of a 2nd hand because of the risk of an ageing battery but for brown out/short loss support you should be good with any battery as long as its not a complete dud.

I used to power my gear when i lived in the wilds Finland (with VERY dodgy power) off a couple of 1500VA powered off 4xcar batteries and had backup power for 10-20 hours, but regular batteries may only last 10 or so minutes, which sounds enough for you

The other alternative is an inverter but i suspect that might end up significantly pre expensive than a used UPS
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September 17, 2017, 02:09:52 AM
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A 1500VA should be able to support 1000W at the wall - at least in europe (240v) - not sure if it the same if you are on 110v
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