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December 07, 2017, 01:01:32 AM
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You recommend a good XMR pool?
citronick, what are you mining right now with nvidia rigs and amd rigs? Sorry if you said it lately, but I was busy in the last few days and couldn't keep up with you guys Smiley
Thanks

I am at xmr.nanopool.org

It has global nodes and my XMR address for Binance exchange works too.

I am parking all AMD rigs there.

For NVIDIA rigs .... temporarily at xmr.nanopool.org until I find a better home for them.

Likely moving them both to MPH eventually because I can consolidate all XMR, ZEC, etc algo-mining rewards into any coin of my choice - BTC in this case.
Thanks for the info.
You don't trust the newly profitable coins at the moment? Mona, Vivo, Pirl or others?
In my case, I'm keeping ati to ubiq and nvidia to bitcoin gold, hoping to go up, like bch did after a few months Smiley

I am so tired of chasing coins.... I think its better to just go all out with auto-algo-convert to BTC and squeeze every ounce of hash from any GPU you can find/own.

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December 07, 2017, 01:12:01 AM
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doing mhp
and some zpool

and mmpool

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December 07, 2017, 01:26:36 AM
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profit way up now that nicehash is down, i hope they never come back
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December 07, 2017, 01:35:20 AM
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I have a question about using Miningpoolhub's auto exchange feature.  If I am mining 2 different coins and having both auto exchanged into BTC, does it store all the BTC together, or are they in separate wallets? Basically, I'm wondering if I can withdraw the BTC all together or if I need to make 2 separate transactions.

We host 2 rigs for a family member and the Nicehash payout in BTC was perfect for them. I'd like to keep it that way so as to not have to mix up their coins and our own on exchanges....

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December 07, 2017, 01:36:09 AM
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Little update on the D1800 BTC progress, i got it finally to recognize and allocate resources to all 6 x 1080ti's finally, but i think i hit a roadblock on my PSU, i have a 450watt EVGA PSU i picked up cheap around black friday for $9.95 shipped after rebate and apparently it doesnt have enough juice to run more than 4 GPU's, as soon as i start mining with all 6 the PSU shuts off, i tried 5 same thing happened, i even tried running 6 @ 50% tdp as soon as i start mining the computer shuts off instantly as soon as it loads up, but as soon as i disable 2, i can mine with 4 even at 110% tdp without any power issues.... since the real load at that point is on the server PSU

The PSU im using, i am using 2 connectors from each string on the mobo, im guessing im overloading the peripheral power bar possibly...


How in the world did u find enough connectors on a 450W PSU to connect 6 cards???


1080ti average=220w depending on config.  so lets say:

220x6=1320w

You wonder why it's not working......


remember;  450w isn't 450w of 12V, its "n"amps of 12V;  lets be generous and say 32A.   32x12=384W.  Not enough for two cards.  And all of this is without subtracting the % overhead of efficiency (so multiply capability of PSU by 0.8 to 0.9 depending on rating: by my example 384x0.8=307.2w)

Check the PSU label.  See what it can really do.

I think you missed the part, the 450watt PSU is only powering the motherboard, the server psu is powering the GPU 12volt

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December 07, 2017, 01:43:40 AM
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In my case  I think 1000 usd loss. of btc.

I am now on mmpool.org for  btc

and on mining hub pool for  about 21000 sols of cash.

Got any nice eth/xmr/equihash home?
Since nicehash is down I’m not sure where to go
And honestly not sure if I wanna go back
It’s a big set back for me now

MPH is good alternative because you select your payout coin

do they have a dashboard at mph?

i dont think so - someone correct me if i am wrong

All I see if the summary of coins being exchanged for your selected payout coin.

To see the running of the rig - I uses smOS console to see

Do you use MPH a lot? Trust them?

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December 07, 2017, 01:44:37 AM
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I have a question about using Miningpoolhub's auto exchange feature.  If I am mining 2 different coins and having both auto exchanged into BTC, does it store all the BTC together, or are they in separate wallets? Basically, I'm wondering if I can withdraw the BTC all together or if I need to make 2 separate transactions.

i would be interested in this as well.

i used nicehash, luckily i had been paid out a few days before so im only out 40-50 bucks. set mhp up with eth (amd) and zec (nvidia) but the way its set up there is not very intuitive at 1st glance. i think i transfer coins out of the eth and zec wallets to another wallet that then exchanges to btc? i havent found a spot to enter a btc addy, but maybe thats done when you convert?
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December 07, 2017, 01:45:13 AM
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I think you missed the part, the 450watt PSU is only powering the motherboard, the server psu is powering the GPU 12volt

75x6 is still 450w.... and that's not facotring in the average of -18%.....   that's the most each card can pull from the PCIE slot.  Now, how many watts is the cpu and rest of the motherboard pulling from +12v?

Given most power supplies will clearly supply their amperage rating per voltage, you can do the math quickly...  dont assume it does one specific thing.    I am seeing the limits being pushed in either when simply factoring overhead for the pcie slot allotment alone, or the rest of the system power draws on the 12v rail.

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December 07, 2017, 01:56:54 AM
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Still looking for a home for my 3 S9s

right now on supurnovas BCC pool but they havent found a block in 3 days lol with 2.9 PH

anyone know of any bigger BTC or BCC pools ?

And don't say Zpool, I ruled them out earlier
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December 07, 2017, 02:47:43 AM
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I think you missed the part, the 450watt PSU is only powering the motherboard, the server psu is powering the GPU 12volt

75x6 is still 450w.... and that's not facotring in the average of -18%.....   that's the most each card can pull from the PCIE slot.  Now, how many watts is the cpu and rest of the motherboard pulling from +12v?

Given most power supplies will clearly supply their amperage rating per voltage, you can do the math quickly...  dont assume it does one specific thing.    I am seeing the limits being pushed in either when simply factoring overhead for the pcie slot allotment alone, or the rest of the system power draws on the 12v rail.

4x1080ti's mining @ 50% tdp
The powerdraw on the 450w psu from the wall is 217.8watts
The powerdraw on the Server psu from the wall is 532.5watts

6x1080ti's idling in windows
The powerdraw on the 450w psu from the wall is 308.2watts
The powerdraw on the Server psu from the wall is 177.9watts

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December 07, 2017, 03:06:50 AM
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I think you missed the part, the 450watt PSU is only powering the motherboard, the server psu is powering the GPU 12volt

75x6 is still 450w.... and that's not facotring in the average of -18%.....   that's the most each card can pull from the PCIE slot.  Now, how many watts is the cpu and rest of the motherboard pulling from +12v?

Given most power supplies will clearly supply their amperage rating per voltage, you can do the math quickly...  dont assume it does one specific thing.    I am seeing the limits being pushed in either when simply factoring overhead for the pcie slot allotment alone, or the rest of the system power draws on the 12v rail.

4x1080ti's mining @ 50% tdp
The powerdraw on the 450w psu from the wall is 217.8watts
The powerdraw on the Server psu from the wall is 532.5watts

6x1080ti's idling in windows
The powerdraw on the 450w psu from the wall is 308.2watts
The powerdraw on the Server psu from the wall is 177.9watts

idling, unloaded the 450w is already at 308w....  i can't imagine what its current spikes to when under load.... but you are close without even making the cards actually work.... this is not good.   I just don't see it happening reliably with that configuration.  Sometimes running on the razors edge works, but i have always seen the psu fail after not long.

case in point orbs I had powered on converted 400W ATX psu.....  I would hook up almost 2x the amount of devices per the available amperage.   They would run stable once clocks trimmed for heatsoak... but i killed countless psu and they ended up not being able to ever handle their original load capability after.... but some psu wouldn't even handle 80% duty over 100% time.... they just would fault out or reset.

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December 07, 2017, 03:19:59 AM
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I think you missed the part, the 450watt PSU is only powering the motherboard, the server psu is powering the GPU 12volt

75x6 is still 450w.... and that's not facotring in the average of -18%.....   that's the most each card can pull from the PCIE slot.  Now, how many watts is the cpu and rest of the motherboard pulling from +12v?

Given most power supplies will clearly supply their amperage rating per voltage, you can do the math quickly...  dont assume it does one specific thing.    I am seeing the limits being pushed in either when simply factoring overhead for the pcie slot allotment alone, or the rest of the system power draws on the 12v rail.

4x1080ti's mining @ 50% tdp
The powerdraw on the 450w psu from the wall is 217.8watts
The powerdraw on the Server psu from the wall is 532.5watts

6x1080ti's idling in windows
The powerdraw on the 450w psu from the wall is 308.2watts
The powerdraw on the Server psu from the wall is 177.9watts

idling, unloaded the 450w is already at 308w....  i can't imagine what its current spikes to when under load.... but you are close without even making the cards actually work.... this is not good.   I just don't see it happening reliably with that configuration.  Sometimes running on the razors edge works, but i have always seen the psu fail after not long.

case in point orbs I had powered on converted 400W ATX psu.....  I would hook up almost 2x the amount of devices per the available amperage.   They would run stable once clocks trimmed for heatsoak... but i killed countless psu and they ended up not being able to ever handle their original load capability after.... but some psu wouldn't even handle 80% duty over 100% time.... they just would fault out or reset.

I agree with you, this is why i stated i think i had a psu issue, i didnt think 6 of them would pull so much wattage on the motherboard side of things. it was my mistake for trying to go that low on psu for the motherboard. the most i have run on a rig to date is 4, most of those rigs are on Dell refurbished servers, so i was using the dell 850 watt psu to power the risers... just learn from my mistakes. I ordered a Silverstone ST70F-TI 700watt Titanium PSU for $127 for it, should be here saturday for more testing. I really want to see 6 x 1080ti's work before i move on to ordering more of these boards, the thing i like about this board is it fits in my Server 4U case idea i have been wanking to move to with watercooling, since running the cards so close on air just makes them run so hot...

I am also waiting on parts to built a custom watercooling setup using more cheaper over the counter parts. i am going to test my 4 card Kraken G12 setup on it using my already working 2 tank gravity flow water cooling setup...

I ordered this pump..
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December 07, 2017, 03:56:12 AM
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I have a question about using Miningpoolhub's auto exchange feature.  If I am mining 2 different coins and having both auto exchanged into BTC, does it store all the BTC together, or are they in separate wallets? Basically, I'm wondering if I can withdraw the BTC all together or if I need to make 2 separate transactions.

We host 2 rigs for a family member and the Nicehash payout in BTC was perfect for them. I'd like to keep it that way so as to not have to mix up their coins and our own on exchanges....

All coins when auto exchanged end up in the same BTC wallet.
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December 07, 2017, 04:00:30 AM
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In my case  I think 1000 usd loss. of btc.

I am now on mmpool.org for  btc

and on mining hub pool for  about 21000 sols of cash.

Got any nice eth/xmr/equihash home?
Since nicehash is down I’m not sure where to go
And honestly not sure if I wanna go back
It’s a big set back for me now

MPH is good alternative because you select your payout coin

do they have a dashboard at mph?

i dont think so - someone correct me if i am wrong

All I see if the summary of coins being exchanged for your selected payout coin.

To see the running of the rig - I uses smOS console to see
Yep SMOs is the quickest way to see your rigs.
On MPH,  you can check each rig's performance by clicking on the coin your mining and then clicking on workers. You can also click on graphs to see the long term performance.
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December 07, 2017, 04:06:07 AM
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MPH now down for anybody?
Maybe too many new users flooding in.
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December 07, 2017, 04:06:32 AM
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Still looking for a home for my 3 S9s

right now on supurnovas BCC pool but they havent found a block in 3 days lol with 2.9 PH

anyone know of any bigger BTC or BCC pools ?

And don't say Zpool, I ruled them out earlier

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They do PPS+ with tx sharing and also PPLNS too.

MPH is down?

I think MPH is closest alternative to Nicehash, and everyone is going there... a bit of learning curve though.

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December 07, 2017, 04:18:02 AM
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MPH now down for anybody?
Maybe too many new users flooding in.

Down for me. My current rigs are still mining, but if I close the miner and restart it, connection fails

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December 07, 2017, 04:25:45 AM
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Thanks for the pics Phi

Broke down and going to run 6 Hybrids - what's your thoughts on running 1070 Ti's in place of 1080 Ti's?
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December 07, 2017, 04:34:48 AM
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MPH now down for anybody?
Maybe too many new users flooding in.

Down for me. My current rigs are still mining, but if I close the miner and restart it, connection fails

Yeah, I closed them and moved on to another pool.
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December 07, 2017, 05:01:22 AM
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MPH now down for anybody?
Maybe too many new users flooding in.

Down for me. My current rigs are still mining, but if I close the miner and restart it, connection fails
Seeing the same thing here.  I pushed new configs to my miners, so if they fall over, they will come up on another pool (suprnova) where I already got some rigs running lyra2rev2 (MONA).  But the front end on that site is also glitchy atm.  What a wild ride!
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