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January 20, 2018, 08:26:40 PM
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I'm running 5 EVGA liquid cooled 1080's and one MSI 1070 ti. Earlier in the day it's up to $40-$45 a day, by the afternoon, it's between $19-$24. Im not sure whats going on or if it's normal?
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January 20, 2018, 08:34:39 PM
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You need to be tracking your btc payouts daily to get a good feel for what you should be getting.  It auto switches algo's, so the estimate it gives you is going to vary.

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January 20, 2018, 08:35:28 PM
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SO it's probably better to see what Algo is the highest and just mine directly somewhere else?
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January 20, 2018, 08:37:40 PM
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It switches based on the "current" most profitable.  How good it is at doing that, I don't know.  Test and document for a week and then go mine a single for a week, so you can compare.

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January 20, 2018, 08:38:59 PM
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@BTC22: are you using their miner? Or just their pool addresses?

If you use their pool addresses then it depends on the demands on that algorithms. You can go to their marketplaces to check.

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January 20, 2018, 08:43:02 PM
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@BTC22: are you using their miner? Or just their pool addresses?

If you use their pool addresses then it depends on the demands on that algorithms. You can go to their marketplaces to check.

I guess I'm "renting" my power to them.
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January 20, 2018, 08:47:40 PM
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Some people say NH doesn`t pay you top money. But I have compared quite few times and NH comes out with same amount or there is little difference. Huge plus - its dead easy, no hassle, just run their app and leave it alone.
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January 20, 2018, 09:01:28 PM
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@BTC22: are you using their miner? Or just their pool addresses?

If you use their pool addresses then it depends on the demands on that algorithms. You can go to their marketplaces to check.

I guess I'm "renting" my power to them.

By 'renting' to them you do not have the power to select the algorithm therefore you can only be rewarded for what jobs they 'assign' your gpu's to do. In my logic at least.

But is there a different power that the gpu's have in regards to running a different algorithm on them?
If yes this would justify the difference in payout.

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January 20, 2018, 09:03:44 PM
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@BTC22: are you using their miner? Or just their pool addresses?

If you use their pool addresses then it depends on the demands on that algorithms. You can go to their marketplaces to check.

I guess I'm "renting" my power to them.

By 'renting' to them you do not have the power to select the algorithm therefore you can only be rewarded for what jobs they 'assign' your gpu's to do. In my logic at least.

But is there a different power that the gpu's have in regards to running a different algorithm on them?
If yes this would justify the difference in payout.

You do have the capability to point to a specific algorithm, turn off the ones that you dont want to do.
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January 20, 2018, 09:28:58 PM
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@BTC22: are you using their miner? Or just their pool addresses?

If you use their pool addresses then it depends on the demands on that algorithms. You can go to their marketplaces to check.

I guess I'm "renting" my power to them.

By 'renting' to them you do not have the power to select the algorithm therefore you can only be rewarded for what jobs they 'assign' your gpu's to do. In my logic at least.

But is there a different power that the gpu's have in regards to running a different algorithm on them?
If yes this would justify the difference in payout.

You do have the capability to point to a specific algorithm, turn off the ones that you dont want to do.

Shit, this is news to me. Any clue how?
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January 20, 2018, 09:37:40 PM
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Shit, this is news to me. Any clue how?
Hardware details then uncheck the algo that you want to disable if you're using NHM2
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January 20, 2018, 09:38:02 PM
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@BTC22: are you using their miner? Or just their pool addresses?

If you use their pool addresses then it depends on the demands on that algorithms. You can go to their marketplaces to check.

I guess I'm "renting" my power to them.

By 'renting' to them you do not have the power to select the algorithm therefore you can only be rewarded for what jobs they 'assign' your gpu's to do. In my logic at least.

But is there a different power that the gpu's have in regards to running a different algorithm on them?
If yes this would justify the difference in payout.

You do have the capability to point to a specific algorithm, turn off the ones that you dont want to do.

Shit, this is news to me. Any clue how?

Reference below; hopefully this is what your are looking for and will help.

https://www.reddit.com/r/NiceHash/comments/6f910l/how_to_change_nicehash_miner_algorithm/

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