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June 04, 2017, 02:58:26 AM
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Miningpoolhub. I just downloaded nemosminer with alexis 78. Same result as my setup from before, will test for stability until morning.
You should clean up with all those ti's coming your way  Smiley

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yeah he will I am doing very well at 11gh of hash on skein

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June 04, 2017, 05:08:27 AM
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Thanks for the help man, i would like to figure out how to add a few of the coins in the NemosMiner and get them working correctly. I just tried to delete all coins i dont want to mine from the password area, it would not run at all.. i had only 4 coins listed, Equihash, Lyra2REv2, Skein, and Lbyr

I noticed that Equihash is not in the pass line with the hashrates at all...

I tried running the miner seperate with custom batch file and it started just fine, just the coin doesnt start in the nemosminer....
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zminer.exe -a equihash -o stratum+tcp://equihash.mine.zpool.ca:2143 -u bitcoinwallet -p c=BTC,equihash,stats
goto start

Also, do you know how the algo determines when to switch coins based on profit? just want to understand more on how the batch file does this..


I believe there was an issue with equihash and the profit switching part of the stratum... I think it has a different stratum code and it wasn't working.

The pool's code selects the algo based on algo hashrate available, TTF, last time block found, exchange price, etc.... no way to command it;  thus the reason for my manual farm control batch... it's the next best thing to be able to swap to it at a whim.

remove equihash from the nemosminer batch and try again without... that's probably the issue.


To phil and the other guys;

I'm glad your feeling these epic good days like I am Wink   DGB >2300 is insanely profitable... but the coin difficulty went up quite a bit in response Wink

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June 04, 2017, 12:55:52 PM
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I'm liking DGB the last couple weeks - on my A2 Scrypt miners.

 Made more with my 1070s and my 1080 doing something else though for the last week and most of the last month - though DGB-skein and DGB-groetsl were good money makers a lot of the month.

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June 04, 2017, 10:17:58 PM
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Have a newbie question:

When I mine with this:

ccminerAlexis78.exe -r 0 -a skein -o stratum+tcp://skein.mine.zpool.ca:4933 -u BTC_Address -p c=BTC,skein,stats

Do I mine DGB-Skein and deposit into my BTC wallet as BTC currency? I guess.

Can I insert my Polo DGB wallet address to where it says `BTC_Address` to deposit DGB directly without any internal auto exchange?

If not how can I mine DGB-Skein without conversion?

Thanks.


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June 04, 2017, 11:00:26 PM
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Have a newbie question:

When I mine with this:

ccminerAlexis78.exe -r 0 -a skein -o stratum+tcp://skein.mine.zpool.ca:4933 -u BTC_Address -p c=BTC,skein,stats

Do I mine DGB-Skein and deposit into my BTC wallet as BTC currency? I guess.

Can I insert my Polo DGB wallet address to where it says `BTC_Address` to deposit DGB directly without any internal auto exchange?

If not how can I mine DGB-Skein without conversion?

Thanks.




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June 05, 2017, 01:19:55 AM
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Have a newbie question:

When I mine with this:

ccminerAlexis78.exe -r 0 -a skein -o stratum+tcp://skein.mine.zpool.ca:4933 -u BTC_Address -p c=BTC,skein,stats

Do I mine DGB-Skein and deposit into my BTC wallet as BTC currency? I guess.

Can I insert my Polo DGB wallet address to where it says `BTC_Address` to deposit DGB directly without any internal auto exchange?

If not how can I mine DGB-Skein without conversion?

Thanks.




Its never a good idea to mine to an exchange wallet.   Always mine to a personal wallet and xfer to the exchange.  Problems can arise if you don't.

Some exchanges clearly state this on their wallet link page as well.

You can mine on zpool without conversion, just change payout address and payout type in the password field.

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June 05, 2017, 03:10:00 AM
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Miningpoolhub. I just downloaded nemosminer with alexis 78. Same result as my setup from before, will test for stability until morning.
You should clean up with all those ti's coming your way  Smiley

EDIT: replied to your pm btw

Thanks for the PM I missed it. Settings look good I do same settings on clock and mem but my TDP is 75% not 100.

Have electrician installing the 30A next week so at least I can get a few more rigs online, then have to confirm with power company and city about a 200A upgrade. Then things will be a tiny bit better.
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June 05, 2017, 04:20:43 AM
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Thanks for the info.
@Storx and @JaredKaragen

I managed 430 sols on skein with 980Ti 205W on the wall. System is like 50-60 when idle.

How good/bad is this?

I will mine some with this gpu until I get 1080Tis.
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June 05, 2017, 09:36:06 AM
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Have a newbie question:

When I mine with this:

ccminerAlexis78.exe -r 0 -a skein -o stratum+tcp://skein.mine.zpool.ca:4933 -u BTC_Address -p c=BTC,skein,stats

Do I mine DGB-Skein and deposit into my BTC wallet as BTC currency? I guess.

Can I insert my Polo DGB wallet address to where it says `BTC_Address` to deposit DGB directly without any internal auto exchange?

If not how can I mine DGB-Skein without conversion?

Thanks.




Its never a good idea to mine to an exchange wallet.   Always mine to a personal wallet and xfer to the exchange.  Problems can arise if you don't.

Some exchanges clearly state this on their wallet link page as well.

You can mine on zpool without conversion, just change payout address and payout type in the password field.

How this is possible? Skein used 5 different currency, i can add 5 wallet into bath file? Or i can set ccminer to miner just one currency? what is the more profitable system? 
And why if i use exchange wallet i have problem?
For example I use yobit.net, which allows me to have an address for almost all coins, and has an internal exchange system.
You say it's best to open a "private" account for each coin, using a different wallet, and convert them later?
thanks for your time if you responde me, good luck bro Wink
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June 05, 2017, 09:51:11 AM
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I managed 430 sols on skein with 980Ti 205W on the wall. System is like 50-60 when idle.

How good/bad is this?


 sols is a ZEC term - and that looks more like a ZEC hashrate than a Skein one (my 1070s were doing over 500 Mhash/sec on skein when I was checking it out and testing).

 430 would be a tossup on ZEC with a 1070, though you seem to be using somewhat more power (as to be expected from a Maxwell generation card).

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June 05, 2017, 11:19:25 AM
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I managed 430 sols on skein with 980Ti 205W on the wall. System is like 50-60 when idle.

How good/bad is this?


 sols is a ZEC term - and that looks more like a ZEC hashrate than a Skein one (my 1070s were doing over 500 Mhash/sec on skein when I was checking it out and testing).

 430 would be a tossup on ZEC with a 1070, though you seem to be using somewhat more power (as to be expected from a Maxwell generation card).



Opps.My bad. It is 430mh/s for skein. Actually did see 500ish mh/s for skein as well but power consumption was quite high.

I was running test with different settings  on different miners for ZEC and SKEIN to find an optimal gain for nowadays.

I am more inclined to Skein though. I aim to find a settings (tdp,core,mem etc...) to achieve 475-500 Mh/s for Skein and 430-460 Sol/s for ZEC with a power consumption
of 200-205 Wall with this single 980Ti. These values sounds good to me but I will see how possible they are.

A 1080Ti may give the double amount on Skein with such consumption but I got this used (1 year remaining warranty) 980Ti for 1/3 of the price of a 1080Ti.

I plan to get 1080Ti asap but this asap may not be very soon Smiley I just want my 980Ti work meanwhile.

 
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June 05, 2017, 02:17:01 PM
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I have a question for you guys,would you rather go for 2x1070 or for 1x1080 if space isnt a problem?

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June 05, 2017, 03:49:26 PM
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I have a question for you guys,would you rather go for 2x1070 or for 1x1080 if space isnt a problem?

this question have not much sense, a 1080 don't cost like 2 x 1070, 2 x 1070 are far better in any case but cost much more, better comparison was 1 1080ti versus 2 x 1070

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June 05, 2017, 03:58:14 PM
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I have a question for you guys,would you rather go for 2x1070 or for 1x1080 if space isnt a problem?

Get a 1080ti it's far worth more your time and money

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June 05, 2017, 04:07:52 PM
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I have a question for you guys,would you rather go for 2x1070 or for 1x1080 if space isnt a problem?

this question have not much sense, a 1080 don't cost like 2 x 1070, 2 x 1070 are far better in any case but cost much more, better comparison was 1 1080ti versus 2 x 1070
Ok here are examples with prices,i can get Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1 Gaming 8GB GDDR5 for 440,00 € while Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5X Gaming OC goes for 750,00 €.ASUS ROG strix gtx 1080TI 11GB goes for 836,00 € and MSI nVidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB 352bit GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X 11G for 816,00 €,as you can see i dont really have a wide choice for ti version.Also i found some posts where people are saying that 1070 cards are good for different coins to mine while 1080 cards(and ti versions)are just good for zec mining-would like someone to confirm or denie that consedering that there i cant really find alot of info about nvidia minning rigs

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June 05, 2017, 06:05:55 PM
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Thanks for the info.
@Storx and @JaredKaragen

I managed 430 sols on skein with 980Ti 205W on the wall. System is like 50-60 when idle.

How good/bad is this?

I will mine some with this gpu until I get 1080Tis.

I am not sure if your really mining Skein, sounds like Equihash or Zcash...
~ALL INFO IS USING 2 x 1080ti's~
When i first started mining on my gaming rig, i was using 591watts to get a Skein hashrate of 2033Mh/s because i was thinking overclocking is better... since then i have done so much research and now i have my 2 cards running after a few flashes running stable so far at 348watts and my hashrate went down to 1892Mh/s... but they produce about half as much heat and a lot less power over time...

One thing i have run into today tho since my NEW GPU's and PCIe risers came in the mail is the PCIe risers seem to not function on NVIDIA cards.. or i just got an entire box full of defective cards..  i have been trying to install the new GPU's in my old gaming rig to run them... all the cards work perfect in the PCIe x16/x8 slot.. but the x1 slots dont detect the GPU's and ive tried every riser i bought.. because i bought extras due to fail rates i have read about...

Ima take my main pc down sometime later after some errands and test the 1x slots on it.. as well im running over to a friends house who has 3 x (x1) slots on his motherboard.. gonna test them on his first since its easier to get to.. since my watercooling hard lines kinda blocks mine..

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June 05, 2017, 08:52:52 PM
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im not sure what risers you are using, but I have success with old ribbon style;  molex 4 pin, sata power, and PCIE power versions.  I own all of em....

I once thought I had bad risers, but actually it ended up being the bottom +12X pin grounding out to the casing bracket that was supporting them.....  so it was my fault in the end and I had to replace traces on 5 risers which work fine still......

FYI;  they need a power cable to the riser... this is a must-do.

To be absolutely sure:  unplug all GPU;  plug a riser into the main 16X slot; and plug the main gpu into that.  boot up with a monitor plugged into that GPU and no other GPU present;  should boot......

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June 06, 2017, 12:17:43 AM
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im not sure what risers you are using, but I have success with old ribbon style;  molex 4 pin, sata power, and PCIE power versions.  I own all of em....

I once thought I had bad risers, but actually it ended up being the bottom +12X pin grounding out to the casing bracket that was supporting them.....  so it was my fault in the end and I had to replace traces on 5 risers which work fine still......

FYI;  they need a power cable to the riser... this is a must-do.

To be absolutely sure:  unplug all GPU;  plug a riser into the main 16X slot; and plug the main gpu into that.  boot up with a monitor plugged into that GPU and no other GPU present;  should boot......


If

I use  powered USB 3 risers.

I screw them into plywood.

Four #4 woods screws and four nylon spacers.

So the riser is 1/8 of an inch off the plywood.

No worries on shorts and that air space from the risers keeps the riser cooler.
I also use six pin pcie risers only.

And finally 1 riser and three slots for a four card build.

I almost never go past a four card build.

But the gigabyte z270 does run five cards very well. 3 slots 2 risers.

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June 06, 2017, 04:22:54 AM
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This thread has really helped me thanks for everyone that has posted their info.

I was mining Eth on 1080ti at 31 H/s  Stock settings and that was giving me US $6 per day before power (around $1.80 for power). (stock settings)

Then I switched to Zec @ 720 H/s and US $8.50 before power cost of $1.75.  (using EWBF)

This thread has really got me thinking of the alternatives.  Like DGB with skein or Groeslt.  But I am already pulling in similar results using EWBF and that is in the currency I want to earn.

Or I could even just try nicehash I guess.  See how it compares.

1080ti is not good for ETH but is great for Zec (Zcash) using EWBF which is super simple to get going with lots of good info and easy pools out there.

I would really like to try NHminer and alexis though.

Can anyone that is using both this and EWBF on a 1080ti post up what difference in earnings they are getting.  Like I mentioned earlier on a single card using EWBF with stock settings I am earning US $8.50 and using $1.75 per day in power.

I found the sweet spot for power on my card which was 60% TDP but because of the prices it was better to run it at stock settings as I could make $300 per year more after power costs.

Zec compared to Eth which I would prefer to be mining was going to give me $1000 per year more.

I am newish to mining but already looking at getting more gear, it is alot of fun.
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June 06, 2017, 05:23:03 AM
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This thread has really helped me thanks for everyone that has posted their info.

I was mining Eth on 1080ti at 31 H/s  Stock settings and that was giving me US $6 per day before power (around $1.80 for power). (stock settings)

Then I switched to Zec @ 720 H/s and US $8.50 before power cost of $1.75.  (using EWBF)

This thread has really got me thinking of the alternatives.  Like DGB with skein or Groeslt.  But I am already pulling in similar results using EWBF and that is in the currency I want to earn.

Or I could even just try nicehash I guess.  See how it compares.

1080ti is not good for ETH but is great for Zec (Zcash) using EWBF which is super simple to get going with lots of good info and easy pools out there.

I would really like to try NHminer and alexis though.

Can anyone that is using both this and EWBF on a 1080ti post up what difference in earnings they are getting.  Like I mentioned earlier on a single card using EWBF with stock settings I am earning US $8.50 and using $1.75 per day in power.

I found the sweet spot for power on my card which was 60% TDP but because of the prices it was better to run it at stock settings as I could make $300 per year more after power costs.

Zec compared to Eth which I would prefer to be mining was going to give me $1000 per year more.

I am newish to mining but already looking at getting more gear, it is alot of fun.
First of all which ti brand you got ?
I believe people getting 1k sol/s doing skein "dgb coin" for $16 a day with ti gpu, using alexis ccminer.
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