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December 07, 2017, 02:58:07 PM
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Sweet setup. How is Your rig doing so far?
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December 07, 2017, 08:07:22 PM
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Sweet setup. How is Your rig doing so far?

Not bad, spent a ton of time changing the settings and taking note of the hash rate I'm getting for different miners

It appeared that my 1070s are mostly profitable around 60% TDP and that surprisingly memory OC doesn't do anything to improve my hash rate however I'm getting very good results from +200 core clock
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December 07, 2017, 08:15:35 PM
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Sounds good. Keep us posted on Your progress and good luck Smiley
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December 07, 2017, 10:12:50 PM
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Sweet setup. How is Your rig doing so far?

Not bad, spent a ton of time changing the settings and taking note of the hash rate I'm getting for different miners

It appeared that my 1070s are mostly profitable around 60% TDP and that surprisingly memory OC doesn't do anything to improve my hash rate however I'm getting very good results from +200 core clock


Depends on type of hash, please share your current settings, here are mine for Cryptonight, Neoscrypt, Groestl

6 Gigabyte cards= 80/140/520/auto - 3921 H/s (takes awhile) - Electroneum Cryptonight
6 Asus cards = 80/140/520/auto - 4055 H/s (takes awhile) - Electroneum Cryptonight
   memory crash, adjusted to 366 - 3930 H/s

6 Gigabyte cards - 90/50/100/75 = 5255 kH/s Trezarcoin Neoscrypt Intensity 21
   try 150/150 see if stable could be 5450
6 Asus cards - 90/100/150/75 = 5001 kH/s Trezarcoin Neoscrypt Intensity 21
   ccminer815 - 85/140/430/0 = 6078 kH/s  Trezarcoin Neoscrypt Intensity 15
   ccminer815 - 85/140/300/0 = 6083 kH/s  Trezarcoin Neoscrypt Intensity 15
6 Gigabyte cards = 90/0/-15/70 - 220 MH/s using 21 intensity GRS Groestl
6 Asus cards = 90/0/-15/70 - 204 MH/s using 22 intensity GRS Groestl

5 Gigabyte cards - 90/150/150/70 = 5480 Vivocoin Neoscrypt Intensity 15 using ccminer 8.15
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December 08, 2017, 02:45:16 PM
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There we go guys Smiley




Why do you choose vertical arrangement of GPUs? You have no external airflow. So horizontal placement is better I think. What are the temperatures of the GPUs when you mining?
Anyway it's great setup for the first rig. Congrats  Smiley

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December 08, 2017, 03:41:38 PM
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I wouldn't recommend that configuration for air flow, the Gigabyte Windforce actually force about half the heat out of the bottom of those cards as you have them mounted.  So half your heat is being blown down onto the motherboard right now.  Probably be fine indoors or look heat algo.   This design I use will use 1/3rd of the space and move the heat out the back  https://imgur.com/a/fG7b9
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December 08, 2017, 03:46:19 PM
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Also the other thing that's confusing me is the powered risers, I've seen many recommendations to stay away from using SATA power cables, if the riser has a molex connector, is it possible to connect it to the PSU using molex to molex cable?



Yes, of course, it is better to use molex without an adapter sata-molex, the adapter is a weak link.

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December 08, 2017, 05:01:24 PM
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Thanks for the feedback guys, I have no issues with temperature as my rig is running around 65 degrees with 45% fan

And btw the GPU's are ZOTAC mini's
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December 09, 2017, 01:12:22 PM
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Thanks for the feedback guys, I have no issues with temperature as my rig is running around 65 degrees with 45% fan

And btw the GPU's are ZOTAC mini's

Good working temperatures. If it works stable then it need NO changes. As said: "Does it work? Everyday work? Sure? Then DON'T touch"  Cheesy Handmade rig is creativity. From rig to rig your skill will rise and will make more suitable models until you reach the perfect

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