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June 04, 2017, 09:18:20 AM
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Is it normal for nicehash mining hashrate to fluctuate up and down?

Here is my miner graph for your reference:
https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?utm_source=NHM&p=miners&addr=3MKtdtWM9DLypSSzjoUpeJLu9CafY24Nxt

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June 06, 2017, 10:47:41 AM
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I think your hash rates are normal as you can see your hash mining flactuation normally.
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June 07, 2017, 12:17:55 AM
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Nicehash tends to bounce your miners around quite a bit due to the very nature of their service.
I'd not worry about hashrates bouncing a fair bit.

 Also, the chart is PROFITABILITY not hashrate - and that bounces around even more as folks start new orders, have orders run out, change payment on existing orders, etc.


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June 07, 2017, 01:55:00 AM
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Nicehash tends to bounce your miners around quite a bit due to the very nature of their service.
I'd not worry about hashrates bouncing a fair bit.

 Also, the chart is PROFITABILITY not hashrate - and that bounces around even more as folks start new orders, have orders run out, change payment on existing orders, etc.

Good point thanks for that.

However let me also clarify that i was also monitoring hash rates and they were jumping from 28MH to 10MH every now and then. Found out that it could have been due to high GPU temps. I tried increasing fan speeds and air circulation/placement of GPUs and the fluctuating hash rates decreased. They seem to be fixed at a constant value now.

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June 08, 2017, 06:53:58 AM
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Nicehash tends to bounce your miners around quite a bit due to the very nature of their service.
I'd not worry about hashrates bouncing a fair bit.

 Also, the chart is PROFITABILITY not hashrate - and that bounces around even more as folks start new orders, have orders run out, change payment on existing orders, etc.

Good point thanks for that.

However let me also clarify that i was also monitoring hash rates and they were jumping from 28MH to 10MH every now and then. Found out that it could have been due to high GPU temps. I tried increasing fan speeds and air circulation/placement of GPUs and the fluctuating hash rates decreased. They seem to be fixed at a constant value now.
Jumping from 28mh to 10mh isnt really normal and those gaps presenting that theres really a problem on the miners.Good thing that you resolve the problem by making a proper ventilation and cooling system of miners.being hot will really affect mining operations.

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June 08, 2017, 07:11:10 AM
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Is it normal for nicehash mining hashrate to fluctuate up and down?

Here is my miner graph for your reference:
https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?utm_source=NHM&p=miners&addr=3MKtdtWM9DLypSSzjoUpeJLu9CafY24Nxt

It also happens to me all the time when I check through the nicehash website. It shows about 600 sols when I am mining zec while I have about 1000 sols showing in the nicehash software. I think it is a bug from the nicehash website. Nothing to worry about.

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July 21, 2017, 05:27:16 AM
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Is it normal for nicehash mining hashrate to fluctuate up and down?

Here is my miner graph for your reference:
https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?utm_source=NHM&p=miners&addr=3MKtdtWM9DLypSSzjoUpeJLu9CafY24Nxt
personally I believe its good to go with pure coin mining rather then nichhash, sometimes its not using whole hardware output also.
So I had stopped with nichhash and started pure mining with other coins.
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July 30, 2017, 01:09:47 PM
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Nicehash tends to bounce your miners around quite a bit due to the very nature of their service.
I'd not worry about hashrates bouncing a fair bit.

 Also, the chart is PROFITABILITY not hashrate - and that bounces around even more as folks start new orders, have orders run out, change payment on existing orders, etc.



This one is good. I'm also currently seeking answers related to nicehash site. I'm not having big miners but four of the GPU at work. It's good start up for me. With your post I have come to know additional information regarding "how hash rate can fluctuate with different causes". I will post my hash rates graph soon when I one month of the mining.


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August 29, 2017, 12:57:57 PM
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The best way to check your hashrate is to see how much bitcoin you have after a 24 hour period.  Since nicehash is PPS, 24 hours is all you need to see real payout.  What is shown has a lot of variance for the hashrate, but payout will be stable.  Nicehash wont make you the most money, but it is easy to setup and PPS is good for switching coins once in a while.

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The best way to check your hashrate is to see how much bitcoin you have after a 24 hour period.  Since nicehash is PPS, 24 hours is all you need to see real payout.  What is shown has a lot of variance for the hashrate, but payout will be stable.  Nicehash wont make you the most money, but it is easy to setup and PPS is good for switching coins once in a while.

I have checked the link given the op post but unable to find the hash power he is using for the mining work he do. I have Nicehash V2 installed in PC. But I do not know the way to buy hash power and how to start mining in that. Its popping up the workers 1 whenever I trying to logging in. Please can you explain in more clearly to under it.

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I just installed a nicehash on my laptop and it worked fine, but I'm still curious, I have not set up for the withdrawal number and my question, can this be in wihtdraw manually or withdraw automatically? because I also have put my BTC address in nicehash software.
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guys can anyone tell me is nicehash is profitable or not? Any proofs you can show?
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guys can anyone tell me is nicehash is profitable or not? Any proofs you can show?
Yesterday I just trying nicehash and I've been running it for 24 hours. after I see it, I think using a nicehash to mine would be beneficial if your computer specs are very good, because I tried it with a laptop with a rudimentary specification, so I will not use nicehash anymore to mine, because it would not be profitable if our computer specs were minimal.
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guys can anyone tell me is nicehash is profitable or not? Any proofs you can show?
Yesterday I just trying nicehash and I've been running it for 24 hours. after I see it, I think using a nicehash to mine would be beneficial if your computer specs are very good, because I tried it with a laptop with a rudimentary specification, so I will not use nicehash anymore to mine, because it would not be profitable if our computer specs were minimal.

Thanks for the good information about it. Will it give the way to earn bitcoin in mining with the profit using amd 8 or i3 processor. Please let me know how much mb graphics card i need to get the better profit and can I use u2 along with that.

Kindly answer and explain about these queries bro.

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September 18, 2017, 08:24:02 PM
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sometimes nicehash doesn't display a steady hashrate but it should payout according to what your hashrate actually is vs what it showing

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Its normal I think. Also sometimes when u re-open it, the highrates becomes higher too

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October 18, 2017, 04:44:05 PM
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Is it normal for nicehash mining hashrate to fluctuate up and down?

Here is my miner graph for your reference:
https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?utm_source=NHM&p=miners&addr=3MKtdtWM9DLypSSzjoUpeJLu9CafY24Nxt
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Can anyone teach me how to use nicehash?? I can't understand it.. Evwn if i already created an account..

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October 28, 2017, 12:12:41 PM
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Can anyone teach me how to use nicehash?? I can't understand it.. Evwn if i already created an account..

There are many youtube channel which explains you the how to mine bitcoin and explained about the nice hash miner software's process in mining. If you have updated the GPU in your computer when you connects the graphics card in your computer.

Check the below link for the more information to mine bitcoins.
https://www.nicehash.com/help

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October 31, 2017, 02:20:31 AM
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guys can anyone tell me is nicehash is profitable or not? Any proofs you can show?
I have been trying Nicehash for about 5 days (only mining at night when I'm sleeping). I have only got into crytpocurrency about 10 days ago. Since I did not want to set up an expensive rig to try mining, or deal with complicated software, I went with Nicehash just to get my feet wet. I also use browser mining at the same time from here https://freebitco.in/?r=8857732 (I have mine set to 90% and 2 threads) and that site uses your browser and CPU, where Nicehash uses my GPU right now. So when I have both going at night I make about 80 cents per day or so. Nothing great that's for sure, but at least I am getting my feet wet and learning at the same time.

Here is the image to my Nicehash dashboard showing the current amount mined and daily projection. Not sure why the image won't show when I hosted it on my web hosting and then put the url in between the
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