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November 10, 2017, 12:30:27 PM
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I think we might be in for a... disappointment.

As a guy posted in another thread, max total miner revenue per 24 hours is = 144 blocks * 12.5 block reward * $180/coin = $324,000 a day

Ethereum miner revenuer per 24 hours is like $6 million.

I don't think this will be a high flier unless the price goes up substantially.

Ethereum has 104 Th Nethash... that's 3.5 million GPU's @ 30Mh/s.

So it would be the same revenue as BTG if BTG attracts 1/18th the GPU's, i.e., 200,000 GPU's.

Hopefully it attracts a few more GPU's than that
Hopefully not! Cheesy

On a sidenote, I've run the calcs... If I were to build another rig using the 6-slot Onda D1800 and filling them with Vega 56's, it'd still set me back over $4000 (Thanks to UK prices and VAT...). That's (assuming today's mining profitability) about 7 months to breakeven. 2.5 months if all my rigs work together towards that goal.

Conclusion: Still undecided. Sad

If you have a VEGA rig -- you might as well sell your hash to NH/Cryptonite.

In whattomine, NH/Cryptonite is table leader for over a week now, ahead of ETH and Equihash.
Yeah, that's what I've been doing with my two RX 570 rigs over the past week.

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For this BTG....

I am testing a strategy to put all my rigs pointed to Nicehash Equihash (for the first few weeks) because of  --

- possibility of higher premium for miners/non-miners buying additional hash to quickly mine BTG because of low difficulty

- a lot of pools are getting ready for BTG and it may take awhile to see which pools are stable and cheapest to mine

I think I will do the same. This will spare me having to wake up at 7 on Sunday to manually switch my rigs to pools that aren't ready... I'll just set them all to Nicehash-Equihash on Saturday night before I go to sleep hey hoo.

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November 10, 2017, 12:41:08 PM
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I think we might be in for a... disappointment.

As a guy posted in another thread, max total miner revenue per 24 hours is = 144 blocks * 12.5 block reward * $180/coin = $324,000 a day

Ethereum miner revenuer per 24 hours is like $6 million.

I don't think this will be a high flier unless the price goes up substantially.

Ethereum has 104 Th Nethash... that's 3.5 million GPU's @ 30Mh/s.

So it would be the same revenue as BTG if BTG attracts 1/18th the GPU's, i.e., 200,000 GPU's.

In my testing last week, my ETH farm - around 6.6GHs, converted to Equihash around 60,000 sol/s.

The ETH farm is all RX470,Rx480s and poor in Equihash -- if I add in the small NVIDIA farm, I can push another 30-35K sols/s.

I wonder how many BTG coins can a 100k sols/s farm do in a day?

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November 10, 2017, 12:46:38 PM
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I think we might be in for a... disappointment.

As a guy posted in another thread, max total miner revenue per 24 hours is = 144 blocks * 12.5 block reward * $180/coin = $324,000 a day

Ethereum miner revenuer per 24 hours is like $6 million.

I don't think this will be a high flier unless the price goes up substantially.

Ethereum has 104 Th Nethash... that's 3.5 million GPU's @ 30Mh/s.

So it would be the same revenue as BTG if BTG attracts 1/18th the GPU's, i.e., 200,000 GPU's.

In my testing last week, my ETH farm - around 6.6GHs, converted to Equihash around 60,000 sol/s.

The ETH farm is all RX470,Rx480s and poor in Equihash -- if I add in the small NVIDIA farm, I can push another 30-35K sols/s.

I wonder how many BTG coins can a 100k sols/s farm do in a day?


I will be doing  about 16,000 sols  we will see how this works out.

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November 10, 2017, 01:03:10 PM
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In my testing last week, my ETH farm - around 6.6GHs

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That's like.. 240 GPUs? Hollyyy..

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November 10, 2017, 01:51:51 PM
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In my testing last week, my ETH farm - around 6.6GHs

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That's like.. 240 GPUs? Hollyyy..

yeah  he has a lot of gear in his warehouse Grin

I now am up to 29 gpus with 4 on the way.

33 gpus

17x 1080 ti's = 11,000 sols
  4x 1070 ti's =   2,000 sols
12x 1070 's   =   5,000 sols

18,000 sols by tues the 13th

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November 10, 2017, 01:53:31 PM
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I am wondering that adding exhaust fan makes any difference on top of the current setup? Please advise.
You're wondering if venting heated air will make the place cooler..?

Yes, technically I want to know it really helps cooling the room.

Adding more exhaust capacity to get that hot air out is very important.  90F is not too hot for the hardware to be safe running 24/7 as long as you can exhaust that hot air out of there and keep the GPU temperatures safe.  How hot are your GPUs running when it's 90 F in the room?

They are about 75-78F when it is 90F. Temps are here : https://ibb.co/kuBbAw


AC is a waste of electricity unless you have  free power, your exhuast fans need to be ABOVE your rigs not in at the same level and you  also need to make sure your room is somewhat presurerized

you can tell this by when you open the doors you feel the suction of the exhaust fans pulling heat up.

I have 30 rigs in my garage with only 1 of six exhasut fans going and my temps are like 30 degreees in winter, fall with three fans going like 60

How big size is the exhaust fans? I wonder what type is the most useful for venting.

Option 1 : http://www.globalindustrial.com/p/hvac/exhaust-fans/exhaust-and-supply/24in-heavy-duty-exhaust-fan-with-integrated-shutter-if24-4100-cfm?infoParam.campaignId=T9F&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIicG6v5K01wIVhoWzCh2UqwtCEAYYBCABEgIMOvD_BwE

Option 2 : http://www.globalindustrial.com/p/hvac/fans/blower/portable-ventilation-fan-12-inch-with-32-feet-flexible-ducting?infoParam.campaignId=T9F&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIicG6v5K01wIVhoWzCh2UqwtCEAYYAiABEgI5kvD_BwE

I want to test Option 2 to vent the heated air to see if it works better.

@Phil : Sorry to dive into your conversation.
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November 10, 2017, 02:02:09 PM
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both of those are wall mounted ,  i suppose as long as they ate above your rigs either should work

the one u get depends on your mounting options
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November 10, 2017, 02:05:29 PM
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I think we might be in for a... disappointment.

As a guy posted in another thread, max total miner revenue per 24 hours is = 144 blocks * 12.5 block reward * $180/coin = $324,000 a day

Ethereum miner revenuer per 24 hours is like $6 million.

I don't think this will be a high flier unless the price goes up substantially.

Ethereum has 104 Th Nethash... that's 3.5 million GPU's @ 30Mh/s.

So it would be the same revenue as BTG if BTG attracts 1/18th the GPU's, i.e., 200,000 GPU's.

Hopefully it attracts a few more GPU's than that
Hopefully not! Cheesy

On a sidenote, I've run the calcs... If I were to build another rig using the 6-slot Onda D1800 and filling them with Vega 56's, it'd still set me back over $4000 (Thanks to UK prices and VAT...). That's (assuming today's mining profitability) about 7 months to breakeven. 2.5 months if all my rigs work together towards that goal.

Conclusion: Still undecided. Sad
yeah my three vegas mine cryponite, 1950 h/s each only problem is drivers are trash atm

 
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November 10, 2017, 02:06:23 PM
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In my testing last week, my ETH farm - around 6.6GHs

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That's like.. 240 GPUs? Hollyyy..

I think I got the last batch of RX480s, RX470s (Sapphires and Gigabyte) on earth before the price went up.
All BIOS modded so mining Cryptonite now is saving me tons on the power bill.
Too bad the RX is not a very good Equihash miner.

Btw, those who PM me on how to hang the Deltas - upside down. There are secured handles in between the exhaust fans, just pop/eject them out and use 2 x S hooks to hang them. This way, hot air is exhausted upwards and will help remove hot air circulating around the rigs. See pix.


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November 10, 2017, 02:06:49 PM
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I think we might be in for a... disappointment.

As a guy posted in another thread, max total miner revenue per 24 hours is = 144 blocks * 12.5 block reward * $180/coin = $324,000 a day

Ethereum miner revenuer per 24 hours is like $6 million.

I don't think this will be a high flier unless the price goes up substantially.

Ethereum has 104 Th Nethash... that's 3.5 million GPU's @ 30Mh/s.

So it would be the same revenue as BTG if BTG attracts 1/18th the GPU's, i.e., 200,000 GPU's.

Hopefully it attracts a few more GPU's than that
Hopefully not! Cheesy

On a sidenote, I've run the calcs... If I were to build another rig using the 6-slot Onda D1800 and filling them with Vega 56's, it'd still set me back over $4000 (Thanks to UK prices and VAT...). That's (assuming today's mining profitability) about 7 months to breakeven. 2.5 months if all my rigs work together towards that goal.

Conclusion: Still undecided. Sad

If you have a VEGA rig -- you might as well sell your hash to NH/Cryptonite.

In whattomine, NH/Cryptonite is table leader for over a week now, ahead of ETH and Equihash.
Yeah, that's what I've been doing with my two RX 570 rigs over the past week.

Quote from: citronick
For this BTG....

I am testing a strategy to put all my rigs pointed to Nicehash Equihash (for the first few weeks) because of  --

- possibility of higher premium for miners/non-miners buying additional hash to quickly mine BTG because of low difficulty

- a lot of pools are getting ready for BTG and it may take awhile to see which pools are stable and cheapest to mine

I think I will do the same. This will spare me having to wake up at 7 on Sunday to manually switch my rigs to pools that aren't ready... I'll just set them all to Nicehash-Equihash on Saturday night before I go to sleep hey hoo.

yeah ill point around 2/3 of my rigs to nicehas and a few to pools to see if they are actually working
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November 10, 2017, 03:22:14 PM
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both of those are wall mounted ,  i suppose as long as they ate above your rigs either should work

the one u get depends on your mounting options

Will test it. Let's see how it's working.
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November 10, 2017, 04:15:24 PM
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Question to those of you that mine Equihash @ Nicehash .. Do you take the payout in BTC?

Edit: sorry if this is a dumb question. Roll Eyes
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November 10, 2017, 04:34:36 PM
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Question to those of you that mine Equihash @ Nicehash .. Do you take the payout in BTC?

Edit: sorry if this is a dumb question. Roll Eyes

try it you dont have a choice nice-hash takes a fee and always pays in BTC
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Question to those of you that mine Equihash @ Nicehash .. Do you take the payout in BTC?

Edit: sorry if this is a dumb question. Roll Eyes

try it you dont have a choice nice-hash takes a fee and always pays in BTC

thanks for the answer, turns out it was a dumb question.
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November 10, 2017, 06:04:01 PM
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In my testing last week, my ETH farm - around 6.6GHs

 Shocked

That's like.. 240 GPUs? Hollyyy..

yeah  he has a lot of gear in his warehouse Grin

I now am up to 29 gpus with 4 on the way.

33 gpus

17x 1080 ti's = 11,000 sols
  4x 1070 ti's =   2,000 sols
12x 1070 's   =   5,000 sols

18,000 sols by tues the 13th

is nicehash fair?
never used it, but in case of btcgold it might make sense, perhaps.
my nvidias are on equihash already, my amds are split between ethereum (2/3) and etn (for just a few days now).
I can probably do about 9500-10000 sols (23 GPUs).

I gather that nobody knows how many GPUs will go for btcgold and what price it would have vs btc.
I would hate to break the current setup only to go back.
Any word on US based pools (other than nicehash)?
Connecting to Singapore might not work out well.
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November 10, 2017, 06:23:58 PM
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In my testing last week, my ETH farm - around 6.6GHs

 Shocked

That's like.. 240 GPUs? Hollyyy..

yeah  he has a lot of gear in his warehouse Grin

I now am up to 29 gpus with 4 on the way.

33 gpus

17x 1080 ti's = 11,000 sols
  4x 1070 ti's =   2,000 sols
12x 1070 's   =   5,000 sols

18,000 sols by tues the 13th

is nicehash fair?
never used it, but in case of btcgold it might make sense, perhaps.
my nvidias are on equihash already, my amds are split between ethereum (2/3) and etn (for just a few days now).
I can probably do about 9500-10000 sols (23 GPUs).

I gather that nobody knows how many GPUs will go for btcgold and what price it would have vs btc.
I would hate to break the current setup only to go back.
Any word on US based pools (other than nicehash)?
Connecting to Singapore might not work out well.

well it is okay  not the worst place to rent out your rigs.

They pay in btc  1 time a week  which keeps your wallet lower for fees.

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November 10, 2017, 06:37:53 PM
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In my testing last week, my ETH farm - around 6.6GHs

 Shocked

That's like.. 240 GPUs? Hollyyy..

I think I got the last batch of RX480s, RX470s (Sapphires and Gigabyte) on earth before the price went up.
All BIOS modded so mining Cryptonite now is saving me tons on the power bill.
Too bad the RX is not a very good Equihash miner.

Btw, those who PM me on how to hang the Deltas - upside down. There are secured handles in between the exhaust fans, just pop/eject them out and use 2 x S hooks to hang them. This way, hot air is exhausted upwards and will help remove hot air circulating around the rigs. See pix.



Seems like you are using a different type of breakout board than what is available through parallelminer. Your type is perfect for hanging the PSU fan side up, could you refer me to the source if it is not proprietory?

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November 10, 2017, 06:41:56 PM
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Here's a prototype frame for the Onda D1800 motherboard:



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November 10, 2017, 06:55:32 PM
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Here's a prototype frame for the Onda D1800 motherboard:



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Looks NEAT!

Could you share the measurement and material information?
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November 10, 2017, 07:19:42 PM
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Here's a prototype frame for the Onda D1800 motherboard:



 Grin


Looks NEAT!

Could you share the measurement and material information?

He builds cases for sale not that sure he would tell you the info.


@ spotswood  the larger board was delayed  It arrives on monday.  I will send it out to you on Tuesday.

I have  10 of these coming this monday.

my cost..........       142
my markup...........     8
shipping to  usa.....   20  maybe less




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