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November 08, 2017, 10:09:59 PM
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Don't forget that Asic miners right now can mine altcoin like antminer L3+ or D3 they are both asic chip that we can consider as mining altcoin..
But compare to the profitability Asic is much profitable and cheap hardware than GPU..
I was planning to build more mining rig  but its really not profitable as of now base on what i experienced.. i am planning to order asic but its really hard to order directly from bitmain and always soldout..  unlike GPU that you can buy easily even here in my country there are lots of  shops that you can buy gpu..

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November 08, 2017, 10:49:37 PM
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I prefer gpu

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November 09, 2017, 12:48:20 PM
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Asics machines are certainly more profitable than GPUs. As the ASIC diggers are designed to be most suitable for mining, while the GPU does not perform as well as it does, it also consumes more power.

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November 09, 2017, 01:57:33 PM
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I think asic ^ ^

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November 09, 2017, 02:16:47 PM
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I want to know expert miners what is the best way to mine ASIC vs GPU

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Not ASIC for home mining. With a GPU can mine at home.

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November 09, 2017, 08:30:42 PM
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Not sure how much it cost to run ASICs, but I have a 5 GPU rig running RX480s and the cost is roughly $175-$200 USD per month. Which is killing me. Hoping Ethereum price goes up in the near future.

Seems like your setup is not optimized at all.. I have 7x gpus and paying $100/month for my rig. Feel free to shoot me a pm if you'd like to discuss
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November 09, 2017, 10:52:58 PM
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I am also planning to buy one.  What is the best miner that supports mining of different coins or probably supports upcoming Ico coins? Do you know any, and how much is that ?

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November 10, 2017, 07:10:07 AM
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ASIC ,GPU, CPU and FPGA are crypto currency mining hardwares, in the early stages of bitcoins CPU mining was possible after every three to four years time the mining difficulty keeps on increasing, so mining with CPU is not possible now a days it requires more power generated machines to mine bitcoins to get more profits one need to start mining in ASIC machines or GPU in power plant or mining rig, in most of the developed countries miners use power factory with 10000's of computer's or hardwares to mine bitcoins. Both ASIC and GPU are two most preferred hardware machines used for mining bitcoins and other crypto currencies. GPU's are used to solve complex mathematical problems for mining which helps to earn bitcoins whereas ASIC machines are comparatively expensive than GPU machines, ASIC hardwares are used for bitcoin mining these machines requires only less electrical energy compared to CPU.

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November 18, 2017, 06:29:57 PM
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I want to know expert miners what is the best way to mine ASIC vs GPU

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With ASIC you can mine BTC. And with GPU you can mine altcoins.
There are websites which gives full info from basics. You can also check out some videos for better understanding.
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November 18, 2017, 07:29:49 PM
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I want to know expert miners what is the best way to mine ASIC vs GPU

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GPU mining are mostly used on mining alt coins and when used for bitcoin it will not be profitable.
If you are aiming on mining bitcoin then you should use ASIC devices. It is quite hard to get a
piece of it since most poeple are hoarding it and are  re selling it for a higher price double or triple the original price.,


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