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November 04, 2017, 06:27:59 PM
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 5 GH on Skein vs ballpark 800 Mh (as I recall) on a GTX 1080 ti - so only about 6 time the speed at ballpark half the power draw.
 Still enough to kill GPU mining on Skein pretty quick if Baikal ships enough of these things.


LOL... 100x was just a figure of speech - but then again at 120watts=5GHs -- that's amazing hash power vs 1080ti

Anyways, Baikal has been pestering me to try X series out a few months ago ....

The offer is off the table now since X10 has some serious demand esp for the new algos Myriad-Grs and Skein (shipping mid-Dec)

Anyways, just to give a shoutout to Baikal - good products and low power consumption. Good support tech team too.

We have a lot of Baikals in our X11 farm -- we had over 50GHs during the X11 boom (2016-17) -- ROIed many times over.

Baikal entered the big Asics market at the right timing there well ahead of Bitmain, Innosilicon and iBelink.

A 900MHs Giant can fetch 3x-4x price earlier this year - but we didnt sell.

With X11 basically dead meat now - I was contemplating to shut them down but we decided to just put them to Prohashing and get paid in any coins we want -- of late VTC was flavor of the month otherwise it stays in DASH Solo pool as their backup pool.

 I wasn't sure if the 100x was an exaggeration or not. 9-)

 My issue with Baikal is that their ordering system is a sad pathetic joke - one of the worst in the industry.
 They do have a good rep for reliability, and had the best performance for quite a while on X11.

 They were NOT first though on X11 - Pinidea and iBelink were before them - though Baikal is still the ONLY ASIC choice on the other algos their miners support.
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November 04, 2017, 06:30:43 PM
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Yeah f*** me I know many things don't make sense when it comes to mining.

Happy to jump on the BTG bandwagon. Just need to fix that bloody EWBF bug.

Oh and I need to swap another PSU. It's the third EVGA 750GQ that craps out on me in the space of 6 months. Lousy, lousy piece of engineering from EVGA.

 EVGA doesn't make their own powersupplies - and the GQ wasn't one of their better offerings.

 I'm not sure, but based on the sudden increase in availability it looks like EVGA *MIGHT* have had SuperFlower put some of the G2 models back into production - those ARE excellent power supplies.
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November 04, 2017, 06:34:19 PM
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I've RMA'd two already. This will be the third. This time I'm going to try to ask them to send me another model back. I'm putting 600W load onto them. It's within spec. They should really not die within a few months. I believe they probably use better quality components on the higher-range of their PSUs... but then they shouldn't advertise the GQ series as being "gold" efficiency (if they're only going to be "golden" for a few months that is - they are pretty dark brown in my book).

 "Gold" is an efficiency rating, NOT a "how well engineered for long life" rating.
 Gold-rated power supplies TEND to be better engineered, but not always.

 Biggest issue I have with the GQ series (AND the new G3 series) is that junk "fancy name sleeve bearing" fan in the things - they DO NOT LAST in high-load high-temp environments anywhere near as long as ball bearing fans do (like the G2 series uses).
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November 04, 2017, 07:16:21 PM
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 I wasn't sure if the 100x was an exaggeration or not. 9-)

 My issue with Baikal is that their ordering system is a sad pathetic joke - one of the worst in the industry.
 They do have a good rep for reliability, and had the best performance for quite a while on X11.

 They were NOT first though on X11 - Pinidea and iBelink were before them - though Baikal is still the ONLY ASIC choice on the other algos their miners support.


Ordering system at their website? I dont think it existed - LOL - anyways, if there was one, never used it before -- I recall just sending them email and from there worked out the whole purchase and payment.
You are right, I had a 400MHs Pinidea before Baikals came about.

On the EVGAs, I have G2s 1000, 1300 and 1600w since 2015 and they still work fine. 4 x 1300w did go for RMA but overall they are solid PSUs.
I also have some cheap China PSUs so far so good, but I use them for a few 3xcard rigs - really under-utilised. These are the better ones according to my supplier. But... I dont dare to use them over 40% of their so called advertised ratings.

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November 04, 2017, 08:04:25 PM
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okay what is best link for btc gold?

Just finished my testing with btcg.miningspeed.com POOL.

Tested the other pools listed in btcg website - https://bitcoingold.org/ .... but settled for this pool

Planning to throw everything to BTG with AMD and NVIDIA (around 38 rigs = 70k/sols).

The AMDs 470,480 are poor Equihash performers but better something than nothing.

The NVIDIAs are very good Equihash performers - too bad the NVIDIAs are only about 40% of the total rigs.

All on smOS Linux.

EWBF/NVDIA
--server btcg.miningspeed.com --user mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName --pass x --port 3092

Optiminer v1.7/AMD
-s btcg.miningspeed.com:3092 -u mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName -p x

Notes:
1. The BTG address used here are samples given by Pool for testnet.
2. Tested 1 x GPU for AMD and another 1 x GPU for NVIDIA
3. There is another batch of 30 rigs (Nanos and R9-390s)... but will remain put because my other members don't support BTG  Huh

Was the testnet stable for you?  I considered directing a couple of GPUs towards it myself, but I haven't had the opportunity to do so thus far.

Is there any new word on when either exchanges will have addresses to use, or when the BTCG wallet is ready to download?

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November 04, 2017, 08:52:03 PM
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okay what is best link for btc gold?

Just finished my testing with btcg.miningspeed.com POOL.

Tested the other pools listed in btcg website - https://bitcoingold.org/ .... but settled for this pool

Planning to throw everything to BTG with AMD and NVIDIA (around 38 rigs = 70k/sols).

The AMDs 470,480 are poor Equihash performers but better something than nothing.

The NVIDIAs are very good Equihash performers - too bad the NVIDIAs are only about 40% of the total rigs.

All on smOS Linux.

Notes:
1. The BTG address used here are samples given by Pool for testnet.
2. Tested 1 x GPU for AMD and another 1 x GPU for NVIDIA
3. There is another batch of 30 rigs (Nanos and R9-390s)... but will remain put because my other members don't support BTG  Huh

Was the testnet stable for you?  I considered directing a couple of GPUs towards it myself, but I haven't had the opportunity to do so thus far.

Is there any new word on when either exchanges will have addresses to use, or when the BTCG wallet is ready to download?

I will test today

EWBF/NVDIA

--server btcg.miningspeed.com --user mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName --pass x --port 3092

Optiminer v1.7/AMD

-s btcg.miningspeed.com:3092 -u mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName -p x

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November 04, 2017, 08:52:36 PM
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okay what is best link for btc gold?

Just finished my testing with btcg.miningspeed.com POOL.

Tested the other pools listed in btcg website - https://bitcoingold.org/ .... but settled for this pool

Planning to throw everything to BTG with AMD and NVIDIA (around 38 rigs = 70k/sols).

The AMDs 470,480 are poor Equihash performers but better something than nothing.

The NVIDIAs are very good Equihash performers - too bad the NVIDIAs are only about 40% of the total rigs.

All on smOS Linux.

Notes:
1. The BTG address used here are samples given by Pool for testnet.
2. Tested 1 x GPU for AMD and another 1 x GPU for NVIDIA
3. There is another batch of 30 rigs (Nanos and R9-390s)... but will remain put because my other members don't support BTG  Huh

Was the testnet stable for you?  I considered directing a couple of GPUs towards it myself, but I haven't had the opportunity to do so thus far.

Is there any new word on when either exchanges will have addresses to use, or when the BTCG wallet is ready to download?

I will test today

EWBF/NVDIA

--server btcg.miningspeed.com --user mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$phil --pass x --port 3092

Optiminer v1.7/AMD

-s btcg.miningspeed.com:3092 -u mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$phil -p x


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November 04, 2017, 09:00:50 PM
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You can use for equihash also: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2021765.msg20143884#msg20143884
It seems a little faster than EWBF miner for 1080ti.
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November 04, 2017, 09:15:10 PM
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okay what is best link for btc gold?

Just finished my testing with btcg.miningspeed.com POOL.

Tested the other pools listed in btcg website - https://bitcoingold.org/ .... but settled for this pool

Planning to throw everything to BTG with AMD and NVIDIA (around 38 rigs = 70k/sols).

The AMDs 470,480 are poor Equihash performers but better something than nothing.

The NVIDIAs are very good Equihash performers - too bad the NVIDIAs are only about 40% of the total rigs.

All on smOS Linux.

EWBF/NVDIA
--server btcg.miningspeed.com --user mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName --pass x --port 3092

Optiminer v1.7/AMD
-s btcg.miningspeed.com:3092 -u mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName -p x

Notes:
1. The BTG address used here are samples given by Pool for testnet.
2. Tested 1 x GPU for AMD and another 1 x GPU for NVIDIA
3. There is another batch of 30 rigs (Nanos and R9-390s)... but will remain put because my other members don't support BTG  Huh

Was the testnet stable for you?  I considered directing a couple of GPUs towards it myself, but I haven't had the opportunity to do so thus far.

Is there any new word on when either exchanges will have addresses to use, or when the BTCG wallet is ready to download?

I will be using Binance to hoard the BTGs, the deposit tab isnt available yet (grayed out)

In the BTCG website, there is also 3rd party wallets that you can download.

I choose miningspeed pool because their frontend is quite informative and so far the only one that has US, EU and ASIA nodes so I reckon that this pool may well be a good sized one and likely churning blocks without issues. I am also trying out a local pool based in SG -- hash submission should be fast this one - let's see.

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November 04, 2017, 09:51:28 PM
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okay what is best link for btc gold?

Just finished my testing with btcg.miningspeed.com POOL.

Tested the other pools listed in btcg website - https://bitcoingold.org/ .... but settled for this pool

Planning to throw everything to BTG with AMD and NVIDIA (around 38 rigs = 70k/sols).

The AMDs 470,480 are poor Equihash performers but better something than nothing.

The NVIDIAs are very good Equihash performers - too bad the NVIDIAs are only about 40% of the total rigs.

All on smOS Linux.

EWBF/NVDIA
--server btcg.miningspeed.com --user mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName --pass x --port 3092

Optiminer v1.7/AMD
-s btcg.miningspeed.com:3092 -u mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName -p x

Notes:
1. The BTG address used here are samples given by Pool for testnet.
2. Tested 1 x GPU for AMD and another 1 x GPU for NVIDIA
3. There is another batch of 30 rigs (Nanos and R9-390s)... but will remain put because my other members don't support BTG  Huh

Was the testnet stable for you?  I considered directing a couple of GPUs towards it myself, but I haven't had the opportunity to do so thus far.

Is there any new word on when either exchanges will have addresses to use, or when the BTCG wallet is ready to download?

I will be using Binance to hoard the BTGs, the deposit tab isnt available yet (grayed out)

In the BTCG website, there is also 3rd party wallets that you can download.

I choose miningspeed pool because their frontend is quite informative and so far the only one that has US, EU and ASIA nodes so I reckon that this pool may well be a good sized one and likely churning blocks without issues. I am also trying out a local pool based in SG -- hash submission should be fast this one - let's see.


opened a binance account

put in some bcc purchased some btc  then used it to buy some btg

so

bcc  0.260
btc   0.002
btg   0.330

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November 04, 2017, 11:47:19 PM
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okay what is best link for btc gold?

Just finished my testing with btcg.miningspeed.com POOL.

Tested the other pools listed in btcg website - https://bitcoingold.org/ .... but settled for this pool

Planning to throw everything to BTG with AMD and NVIDIA (around 38 rigs = 70k/sols).

The AMDs 470,480 are poor Equihash performers but better something than nothing.

The NVIDIAs are very good Equihash performers - too bad the NVIDIAs are only about 40% of the total rigs.

All on smOS Linux.

EWBF/NVDIA
--server btcg.miningspeed.com --user mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName --pass x --port 3092

Optiminer v1.7/AMD
-s btcg.miningspeed.com:3092 -u mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName -p x

Notes:
1. The BTG address used here are samples given by Pool for testnet.
2. Tested 1 x GPU for AMD and another 1 x GPU for NVIDIA
3. There is another batch of 30 rigs (Nanos and R9-390s)... but will remain put because my other members don't support BTG  Huh

Man thats alot of sols lol, I dont know if i will move my 20 amd rigs to bcg , my 8 nvidia rigs will be moving forcsure
Im using suprnovas pool though, I like it cuz they keep the workers from all my other algos mined on thier platform
and i can mine to the pool until i get a valid btg transfer address.

I think if i move all my rigs id be looking at 50k sols but ill be happy with
the 20k sols from the 1070s, 1080tis and the Vegas

@citronik why use optiminer vs claymores zec miner? its easier to monitor and pretty much same hash and fee?
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November 05, 2017, 02:04:25 AM
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okay what is best link for btc gold?

Just finished my testing with btcg.miningspeed.com POOL.

Tested the other pools listed in btcg website - https://bitcoingold.org/ .... but settled for this pool

Planning to throw everything to BTG with AMD and NVIDIA (around 38 rigs = 70k/sols).

The AMDs 470,480 are poor Equihash performers but better something than nothing.

The NVIDIAs are very good Equihash performers - too bad the NVIDIAs are only about 40% of the total rigs.

All on smOS Linux.

EWBF/NVDIA
--server btcg.miningspeed.com --user mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName --pass x --port 3092

Optiminer v1.7/AMD
-s btcg.miningspeed.com:3092 -u mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName -p x

Notes:
1. The BTG address used here are samples given by Pool for testnet.
2. Tested 1 x GPU for AMD and another 1 x GPU for NVIDIA
3. There is another batch of 30 rigs (Nanos and R9-390s)... but will remain put because my other members don't support BTG  Huh

Man thats alot of sols lol, I dont know if i will move my 20 amd rigs to bcg , my 8 nvidia rigs will be moving forcsure
Im using suprnovas pool though, I like it cuz they keep the workers from all my other algos mined on thier platform
and i can mine to the pool until i get a valid btg transfer address.

I think if i move all my rigs id be looking at 50k sols but ill be happy with
the 20k sols from the 1070s, 1080tis and the Vegas

@citronik why use optiminer vs claymores zec miner? its easier to monitor and pretty much same hash and fee?

I am only pointing 3000 sols at it.

will continue to point at nicehash

testing gave me 3000 sols for 5 1080 ti's  not pushed

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November 05, 2017, 05:42:14 AM
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okay what is best link for btc gold?

Just finished my testing with btcg.miningspeed.com POOL.

Tested the other pools listed in btcg website - https://bitcoingold.org/ .... but settled for this pool

Planning to throw everything to BTG with AMD and NVIDIA (around 38 rigs = 70k/sols).

The AMDs 470,480 are poor Equihash performers but better something than nothing.

The NVIDIAs are very good Equihash performers - too bad the NVIDIAs are only about 40% of the total rigs.

All on smOS Linux.

EWBF/NVDIA
--server btcg.miningspeed.com --user mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName --pass x --port 3092

Optiminer v1.7/AMD
-s btcg.miningspeed.com:3092 -u mxvc3oiidWytyQ2XoSrzT7GpPjUeC1guNt.$RigName -p x

Notes:
1. The BTG address used here are samples given by Pool for testnet.
2. Tested 1 x GPU for AMD and another 1 x GPU for NVIDIA
3. There is another batch of 30 rigs (Nanos and R9-390s)... but will remain put because my other members don't support BTG  Huh

Man thats alot of sols lol, I dont know if i will move my 20 amd rigs to bcg , my 8 nvidia rigs will be moving forcsure
Im using suprnovas pool though, I like it cuz they keep the workers from all my other algos mined on thier platform
and i can mine to the pool until i get a valid btg transfer address.

I think if i move all my rigs id be looking at 50k sols but ill be happy with
the 20k sols from the 1070s, 1080tis and the Vegas

@citronik why use optiminer vs claymores zec miner? its easier to monitor and pretty much same hash and fee?

Optiminer vs Claymore -- I guess its a matter of preference.

As a long time user of Claymore ETH Dual Miner, moving to Claymore ZEC was logical since all the ethman parameters are set to go.... the early version of ZEC miner was buggy and Optiminer for awhile was better ... cut a long story short - Claymore's own words.... "I prefer Windows" and dont bug me too much on linux -- something along those lines - Optiminer is very stable in my environment & smOS so I am good.

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November 05, 2017, 08:26:45 AM
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I've RMA'd two already. This will be the third. This time I'm going to try to ask them to send me another model back. I'm putting 600W load onto them. It's within spec. They should really not die within a few months. I believe they probably use better quality components on the higher-range of their PSUs... but then they shouldn't advertise the GQ series as being "gold" efficiency (if they're only going to be "golden" for a few months that is - they are pretty dark brown in my book).

 "Gold" is an efficiency rating, NOT a "how well engineered for long life" rating.
 Gold-rated power supplies TEND to be better engineered, but not always.

 Biggest issue I have with the GQ series (AND the new G3 series) is that junk "fancy name sleeve bearing" fan in the things - they DO NOT LAST in high-load high-temp environments anywhere near as long as ball bearing fans do (like the G2 series uses).
It's too late now, I've got 4 GQ 750W PSUs... Fingers crossed they last long enough.
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I've RMA'd two already. This will be the third. This time I'm going to try to ask them to send me another model back. I'm putting 600W load onto them. It's within spec. They should really not die within a few months. I believe they probably use better quality components on the higher-range of their PSUs... but then they shouldn't advertise the GQ series as being "gold" efficiency (if they're only going to be "golden" for a few months that is - they are pretty dark brown in my book).

 "Gold" is an efficiency rating, NOT a "how well engineered for long life" rating.
 Gold-rated power supplies TEND to be better engineered, but not always.

 Biggest issue I have with the GQ series (AND the new G3 series) is that junk "fancy name sleeve bearing" fan in the things - they DO NOT LAST in high-load high-temp environments anywhere near as long as ball bearing fans do (like the G2 series uses).
It's too late now, I've got 4 GQ 750W PSUs... Fingers crossed they last long enough.

the 750 p2 is good

I had a 1600 p2  died in 32 months time  they gave me a replacement

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November 05, 2017, 11:05:10 AM
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@Philip: are talking about the same PSU?

https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=210-GQ-0750-V1
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November 05, 2017, 01:09:55 PM
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Anyone know why nicehash is paying so much for cryptonight?
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November 05, 2017, 01:18:02 PM
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I've set up the DSTM miner for my nVidia rig as ewbf was unstable, and gave me issues with one gpu. Will probably mine towards suprnova as they don't require a wallet.

The AMD rigs, I'm not sure. They are so hard to achieve stability with that I might just let them mine Cryptonight on Nicehash and won't bother with btg.

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November 05, 2017, 01:43:17 PM
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Anyone know why nicehash is paying so much for cryptonight?


I heard through the grapevine that some whale rentor paid premium to mine Electroneum (ETN)

@dragonmike -- AMD's are not so great on Equihash. I would put them to work on Cryptonite or ETH.

@generalt -- In detail those buy contracts are huge ranging from 10Mhs to 30Mhs, at 0.333 BTC per MH

https://old.nicehash.com/index.jsp?p=orders&a=22

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November 05, 2017, 01:46:54 PM
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Anyone know why nicehash is paying so much for cryptonight?

You can check what they are paying here:

https://old.nicehash.com/index.jsp


Unfortunately their minimum difficulty of 300k (I think) for cryptonight makes it impossible for my small rigs to do anything at any stable hashrate there.

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