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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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September 17, 2017, 03:27:31 AM
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to mine Verge(XVG), which of these algorithms is best for 1080ti?

scrypt
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September 17, 2017, 03:28:37 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

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, 05:08:16 AM
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Hi guys!
Has anyone tried running HiceHash Miner on their rigs?  I have been testing it for the last 10 days on 5 rigs with six 1080TI per rig. I have been getting 0.0032BTC per rig per day (0.000533 per GPU) on average. Seems a bit low though. Has anyone tried it also?
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September 17, 2017, 05:11:19 AM
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to mine Verge(XVG), which of these algorithms is best for 1080ti?

scrypt
myr-groestl
Lyra2Rev2
Blake2s
X17

X17 i think.......... I have seen it using less temperature and as effective as other algo plus lower difficulty.
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September 17, 2017, 05:18:33 AM
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Has anyone tried running HiceHash Miner on their rigs?  I have been testing it for the last 10 days on 5 rigs with six 1080TI per rig. I have been getting 0.0032BTC per rig per day (0.000533 per GPU) on average. Seems a bit low though. Has anyone tried it also?

I've been running NiceHashMinerLegacy on one of my (6x1080Ti) rigs for the last couple of months.
A month ago I was making around 0.0054BTC per day, the last few weeks that has dropped to 0.0037 - because the altcoins that we're mining have declined in value so much vs Bitcoin.

My other rigs have been mining Zcash, which I've been holding, not trading - with the end result that right now the NiceHash one has been the most profitable (which is kind of why I do it, as a "hedge")
I could have made more money by trading the Zcash for Bitcoin immediately, but I would have needed to predict the rapid decline in all things crypto this month, and if I could do that I'd be trading full time, and not mining....  Grin

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September 17, 2017, 06:22:06 AM
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Has anyone tried running HiceHash Miner on their rigs?  I have been testing it for the last 10 days on 5 rigs with six 1080TI per rig. I have been getting 0.0032BTC per rig per day (0.000533 per GPU) on average. Seems a bit low though. Has anyone tried it also?

I've been running NiceHashMinerLegacy on one of my (6x1080Ti) rigs for the last couple of months.
A month ago I was making around 0.0054BTC per day, the last few weeks that has dropped to 0.0037 - because the altcoins that we're mining have declined in value so much vs Bitcoin.

My other rigs have been mining Zcash, which I've been holding, not trading - with the end result that right now the NiceHash one has been the most profitable (which is kind of why I do it, as a "hedge")
I could have made more money by trading the Zcash for Bitcoin immediately, but I would have needed to predict the rapid decline in all things crypto this month, and if I could do that I'd be trading full time, and not mining....  Grin


Thanks. Just looks like guys on Sniffdog have been getting much better results during the same preiod. Here is some stat on how my experiment went with NiceHash. https://www.nicehash.com/miner/1HVhgZ27zQFtzKrMtaMEweoRcp26hazUhq
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September 17, 2017, 06:31:32 AM
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What rig do you have?
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September 17, 2017, 06:54:27 AM
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Looking for blake2s spmod.
Will mine on your wallet with 8х1080ti rig for several hours
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September 17, 2017, 11:44:15 AM
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to mine Verge(XVG), which of these algorithms is best for 1080ti?

scrypt
myr-groestl
Lyra2Rev2
Blake2s
X17

Lyra2REv2 and EDIT: you do get to choose apparently
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September 17, 2017, 11:55:07 AM
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People using Sniffdog, is it normal for it to display a high $/day while mining after benchmarking, but then drop significantly down the list once it finishes, and repeat this process often?
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September 17, 2017, 11:55:41 AM
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Has anyone got 8 coins per day per 1080ti from Monacoin's Lyra2rev2?
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September 17, 2017, 11:57:33 AM
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to mine Verge(XVG), which of these algorithms is best for 1080ti?

scrypt
myr-groestl
Lyra2Rev2
Blake2s
X17

Lyra2REv2 and you dont get to choose btw

why Lyra2REv2 ?
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September 17, 2017, 12:31:03 PM
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to mine Verge(XVG), which of these algorithms is best for 1080ti?

scrypt
myr-groestl
Lyra2Rev2
Blake2s
X17

Lyra2REv2 and you dont get to choose btw Edit: you do get to choose apparently

why Lyra2REv2 ?

why not ?
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September 17, 2017, 12:36:09 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.
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

If you bothered to read what i've posted, assuming you're capable of comprehending the English language, it would become quite apparent that it is bullshit that you need to overclock your memory to get more hashes on the 1080tis mining cryptonight.

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September 17, 2017, 02:10:05 PM
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to mine Verge(XVG), which of these algorithms is best for 1080ti?

scrypt
myr-groestl
Lyra2Rev2
Blake2s
X17

Lyra2REv2 and you dont get to choose btw Edit: you do get to choose apparently

why Lyra2REv2 ?

why not ?

lol, actually Lyra2Rev2 is quite friendly to 1080ti.

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September 17, 2017, 02:12:31 PM
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to mine Verge(XVG), which of these algorithms is best for 1080ti?

scrypt
myr-groestl
Lyra2Rev2
Blake2s
X17

Lyra2REv2 and you dont get to choose btw Edit: you do get to choose apparently

why Lyra2REv2 ?

why not ?

lol, actually Lyra2Rev2 is quite friendly to 1080ti.

 why do you think I suggested using it in my previous posts ??
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September 17, 2017, 02:51:35 PM
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Those mining SIGT, do you actually make the amount whattomine estimates? I'm running 4 1080 ti cards and only made ~100 coins in 12 hours when I'm estimated at 150. Mining at a steady 190mh/s and using suprnova pool

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September 17, 2017, 02:55:33 PM
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Those mining SIGT, do you actually make the amount whattomine estimates? I'm running 4 1080 ti cards and only made ~100 coins in 12 hours when I'm estimated at 150. Mining at a steady 190mh/s and using suprnova pool

I and another user from this forum recently had a nice chance to test our rigs: 1080 ti x5

Same pool, same hashrate and 0% rejection for both rigs. Tests took 3 full days.

On average he made around 110 coins more per day than I did.
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