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November 27, 2017, 08:14:33 PM
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is this even possible?
~ 3% for 1080 Ti and 10% for 1060. Could be possible. The dstm miner seems to be faster for some modes (like high-power high OC modes) and same or even slower for other (low voltage etc). Check the pool side hashrate though as well.

I'm using flypool but sometimes its show 1.1kH and sometimes 700-800-900 i dont understand it. is that normal?
http://zcash.flypool.org/miners/t1SJiaRuQgjTYCsRAf9G13cyCyzWnXHPska


what pool is best for zcash?
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November 27, 2017, 08:35:35 PM
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Power limit 70
Core +150
Mem +550

I am stuck at around 580-600 sol/s
What are the actual clocks? 600 sol/s seems low for a 1080 Ti, but we've no idea what your +150 @ 70% TDP means, just post the actual clocks.
GPU run at 1656Mhz
Mem at 1514Mhz

Directly when i start the miner i see speeds at around 680-700 but after just a few minutes it slow down to just below 600 :/

I just got some of my BF 1080 Ti:s.
What miner are you guys using for Equihash ?

I am running EWBF's 0.3.4b miner right now.

Power limit 70
Core +150
Mem +550

I am stuck at around 580-600 sol/s

I am using these ones:
http://www.gainward.com.tw/main/vgapro.php?id=1002&lang=en

I tried with my Asus Strix 1080 Ti 70% TDP +100 core mem 0 and i got around 600 and i think it was 150 or 180W i dont know for sure now but it was 3.8-3.9 Effection hash on miner.
Dont care about electricity have my card on 85% +100 +300 got around 720-740 Sol/s 68C MAX and fans are on 1800 RPM on both my card GTX 1060 Asus Dual and that Strix 1080 Ti, i dont know how to seperate fan speed if i set it to manual if they go to 70% then my fans triger at 55%


BTW i just seen dstm's miner for Zcash, is it better that EWBF's ? anyone know?

how can i setup backup pool if flypool stop working so my miner dont stop?
my settigns right now is: miner --server eu1-zcash.flypool.org --port 3333 --user t1SJiaRuQgjTYCsRAf9G13cyCyzWnXHPska.rig1 --pass  --eexit 3 --tempunits C --templimit 82 --log 1 --solver 0 --pec
Ok, i will try to give them a bit more juice and see if i can push them a bit harder.

I just got some of my BF 1080 Ti:s.
What miner are you guys using for Equihash ?

I am running EWBF's 0.3.4b miner right now.

Power limit 70
Core +150
Mem +550

I am stuck at around 580-600 sol/s

I am using these ones:
http://www.gainward.com.tw/main/vgapro.php?id=1002&lang=en
try this miner:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2021765.0
for me it gives from 5% to 10% more then ewbf. depends on rig.
Thanks, i will try it out
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November 27, 2017, 08:40:41 PM
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GPU run at 1656Mhz
Mem at 1514Mhz
600 sol/s is expected for these clocks, they're pretty low.

Directly when i start the miner i see speeds at around 680-700 but after just a few minutes it slow down to just below 600 :/
Probably due to temperatures. Check the clocks and temps when you start the mining (and it's doing 680-700) and a few minutes later (when it goes below 600). If it's overheating (and throttling) then you might work around it by increasing the fan speed.
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November 27, 2017, 08:55:16 PM
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What Driver is everyone on?  I tried skimming through some of the newer posts to see if anyone started mining with the latest 388.31 drivers but haven't seen anyone talk about it yet.

I'm on 384 using Skein, but just for practice, getting about 950 Mh/s per card, I'd like to get into other algo's later.

Using 1080 TI Asus STRIXX Overclocked version.
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November 27, 2017, 09:00:55 PM
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What Driver is everyone on?
I don't remember bad drivers from nvidia, so the latest is usually the best option (and sometimes also the fastest for some miners, sp-mods for example often work better with the latest drivers). I'm running 388.31 on a couple of rigs and don't have any problems with them.
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November 27, 2017, 09:05:13 PM
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I get the same speed with EWBF and DSTM, i am running ryzens though so that may be why?
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November 27, 2017, 09:11:06 PM
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What Driver is everyone on?
I don't remember bad drivers from nvidia, so the latest is usually the best option (and sometimes also the fastest for some miners, sp-mods for example often work better with the latest drivers). I'm running 388.31 on a couple of rigs and don't have any problems with them.

Since 387 i got 15% lower hash on neoscrypt on 1070 but 1080/1080ti is not good on neoscrypt so probably the last one are fine. Dont know if any other algo is affected. 385.41 works fine on neo. Dont know when nvidia broke them.
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November 27, 2017, 09:12:47 PM
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I get the same speed with EWBF and DSTM, i am running ryzens though so that may be why?
Not likely, both miners put very little load on cpu.
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November 27, 2017, 09:51:23 PM
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I just got some of my BF 1080 Ti:s.
What miner are you guys using for Equihash ?

I am running EWBF's 0.3.4b miner right now.

Power limit 70
Core +150
Mem +550

I am stuck at around 580-600 sol/s

I am using these ones:
http://www.gainward.com.tw/main/vgapro.php?id=1002&lang=en

1080ti's are quite different.

I have a bunch of EVGA-SC, MSI-Duke, that just love 72%TDP +50/+500 and will pull 680 sols.

But my ASUS STRIX will be low 600's at 72% TDP. They get a nice figure at 76% TDP.

So you have to test a lot.
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November 27, 2017, 10:01:10 PM
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Anyone have a EVGA SC2? Its sweating something on its backplate. Daheck is this? lol
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November 27, 2017, 10:04:18 PM
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Guys there were no discussion last couple pages, what do you mine today?
Seems like Zcoin is still one of most profitable coins. Also todays spike of MONA seems to be a good option as well. Any other observations?
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November 27, 2017, 10:16:26 PM
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1080ti's are quite different.

I have a bunch of EVGA-SC, MSI-Duke, that just love 72%TDP +50/+500 and will pull 680 sols.

But my ASUS STRIX will be low 600's at 72% TDP. They get a nice figure at 76% TDP.
It's not the cards that are different but simply the values in their BIOS. For one card the TDP = 250W. And for another card it's 280W or more. So when you do your overclocking in percentages instead of actual clocks/voltages, different cards might perform differently. But if you do it the "old-school" way by setting the clocks and voltages manually — all 1080 Tis perform ~ the same.

Anyone have a EVGA SC2? Its sweating something on its backplate. Daheck is this? lol
EVGA cards have lots of thermal pads between the baseplate/backplate and the pcb. They're leaking when heated.
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November 27, 2017, 10:18:30 PM
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Anyone have a EVGA SC2? Its sweating something on its backplate. Daheck is this? lol
never had similar issue with nvidia , amd on the other hand start throwing out oil from the fans if they run at high temp ( rx480 nitro +)
i have the sc2 hybrid , mc 700, cc 125, tdp 90 -770sol/s

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November 27, 2017, 10:23:30 PM
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never had similar issue with nvidia , amd on the other hand start throwing out oil from the fans if they run at high temp ( rx480 nitro +)
It's not oil from the fans on rx 480 nitro cards, it's exactly the same as with other gpus — oily liquid comes from the thermal pads. Plenty of nvidia cards have this issue as well, although some nitros were notoriously bad with this.
i have the sc2 hybrid , mc 700, cc 125, tdp 90 -770sol/s
SC2 Hybrid runs a lot cooler than the regular SC2, so you're less likely to experience this kind of issue.
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November 27, 2017, 11:08:43 PM
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never had similar issue with nvidia , amd on the other hand start throwing out oil from the fans if they run at high temp ( rx480 nitro +)
It's not oil from the fans on rx 480 nitro cards, it's exactly the same as with other gpus — oily liquid comes from the thermal pads. Plenty of nvidia cards have this issue as well, although some nitros were notoriously bad with this.
i have the sc2 hybrid , mc 700, cc 125, tdp 90 -770sol/s
SC2 Hybrid runs a lot cooler than the regular SC2, so you're less likely to experience this kind of issue.
never reached temp above 45C and fan is always at 0 rpm Grin

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November 28, 2017, 02:04:31 AM
Last edit: November 28, 2017, 02:18:32 AM by ssnova
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What Driver is everyone on?
I don't remember bad drivers from nvidia, so the latest is usually the best option (and sometimes also the fastest for some miners, sp-mods for example often work better with the latest drivers). I'm running 388.31 on a couple of rigs and don't have any problems with them.

Since 387 i got 15% lower hash on neoscrypt on 1070 but 1080/1080ti is not good on neoscrypt so probably the last one are fine. Dont know if any other algo is affected. 385.41 works fine on neo. Dont know when nvidia broke them.

Thanks for sharing, always good hearing back from the community, appreciate it.  I went ahead and downloaded 388.31, we'll see how it goes.  I'll be doing skein and equihash.

*UPDATE: I installed/upgraded to 388.31, I don't see any differences in hash rate, which isn't a bad thing either.
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November 28, 2017, 03:07:53 AM
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So I'm mining BTC with the NiceHash miner and I mine about 4.50$USD/day with an hashrate of 70MH/s. I heard zcoin is more profitable though. My card is a 1080 Ti Founder's Edition.
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November 28, 2017, 03:22:25 AM
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So I'm mining BTC with the NiceHash miner and I mine about 4.50$USD/day with an hashrate of 70MH/s. I heard zcoin is more profitable though. My card is a 1080 Ti Founder's Edition.
Nicehash does not mine BTC.
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November 28, 2017, 03:26:07 AM
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So I'm mining BTC with the NiceHash miner and I mine about 4.50$USD/day with an hashrate of 70MH/s. I heard zcoin is more profitable though. My card is a 1080 Ti Founder's Edition.
Nicehash does not mine BTC.
My mistake. The payout is in BTC but it amounts to 4.50/day or around that.
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November 28, 2017, 03:34:15 AM
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anyone tried mining smartcash with the 1080ti? whats your rate?
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