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March 16, 2018, 01:59:28 PM
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This thread I'm making will surely be helping the new buyers in selecting what to purchase and what not to purchase. We're going to post our stats of GPU/CPU/Power Supply, Hashrate, miner and power consumption.

Lemme begin:

GPU: XFX RX 480 8 GB (3 GPU's)
CPU: Intel Celeron G1840 (4th Gen)
Power Supply: 750 W Corsair CX-750M
Hashrate: 80 MH/s
Miner: Claymore
Power Consumption: 500 W

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March 16, 2018, 02:35:24 PM
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One of my RIG:
 .GPU: 5x RX 480 8 GB (3x Sapphire, 1xAsus, 1x Powercolor)
 .CPU: Intel G series 3260
 .Power Supply: 2x CX-750W
 .SSD: Samsung 128GB
 .USB Riser: 5x VER008C
 .Hashrate: 150 MH/s on ETH coin
 .Miner: Claymore
 .Power Consumption: 600 W

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March 16, 2018, 02:55:36 PM
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I don't use the new equipment. For economy I bought everything second hand. I only buy new GPU. When I collected this rig my main task was to maximize savings.

GPU: Sapphire RX 580 8 GB (6 GPU's)
CPU: AMD (2th Gen)
Power Supply: 1250 W
Hashrate: 182 MH/s
Miner: Claymore
Power Consumption: 850 W
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March 16, 2018, 03:16:21 PM
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Currently mining on Nicehash, my rig is nothing special, used to be my gaming PC and now turned it into mining. The positive about it is the low power consumption. Only 110 Watts for each GPU + 95 Watts for the CPU.
GPU: 2x R7 260X OC 2Gb RAM
CPU: AMD Athlon X4 860k
Power Supply: 650 W Corsair VS650
Hashrate: 270-280 on Equihash
Miner: Optiminer Zcash, Nicehash
Power Consumption: 300-350 Watts

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March 16, 2018, 03:59:07 PM
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One of my rig:
GPU: Sapphire RX 580 4 GB (6 GPU's)
Mobo: Colorful H81a-BTC
CPU: Intel G3260
Power Supply: CoolerMaster 1200 W
Hashrate: 187 MH/s Ethash
Miner: Claymore
Power Consumption: 825 W
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August 07, 2019, 08:28:14 AM
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Hey guys,
where to find that information?
i am using a laptop which is 8gb ram, intel HD graphics 620.
can i use my laptop for mining for education purpose? if yes please give me a link for reference.
if no, tell me what i need to upgrade?


THanks
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August 07, 2019, 03:50:38 PM
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For your config try banano at foldingathome
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August 07, 2019, 11:06:11 PM
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Hey guys,
where to find that information?
i am using a laptop which is 8gb ram, intel HD graphics 620.
can i use my laptop for mining for education purpose? if yes please give me a link for reference.
if no, tell me what i need to upgrade?


THanks


Even for educational purposes your laptop is not equipped to mine anything. Also mining with a laptop is never a good idea since it has a battery that can explode due to heat from the CPU+GPU. You should never mine with a laptop. If you really want to mine anyways then at least take out the battery and just leave the power cord plugged in.

Your best bet is to build a desktop and go on eBay and buy a cheap RX 470 4GB GPU and you will make like 0.50$ a day with that GPU before power costs. Its not much but a good way to get into the mining world. And later on you can go and build rigs of 6+ GPUs.

But you can't really upgrade the laptop, they aren't designed to be upgraded. Buy a desktop.





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August 08, 2019, 04:13:29 AM
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Thank you @adaseb @kvorum

I will try with the desktop.
if I buy a desktop will it come with the graphics card? or I need to purchase separately for it?
Can you please tell me about the best configuration for desktop, storage, n memory, importantly the processer?
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August 08, 2019, 05:52:11 AM
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Thank you @adaseb @kvorum

I will try with the desktop.
if I buy a desktop will it come with the graphics card? or I need to purchase separately for it?
Can you please tell me about the best configuration for desktop, storage, n memory, importantly the processer?

Most desktops these days don't come with an external GPU because many motherboards and/or CPUs have a built-in onboard GPU. The GPU is usually what you need to purchase unless you are buying some gaming desktop.

The storage and processor is not really important if you are GPU mining. For RAM usually 4GB should be enough.

My advice is buy the cheapest motherboard+cpu combo you can find and buy an old RX 470 4GB GPU and start with that and see how it goes. You can buy Nvidia but they usually hold a premium in price due to demand from gamers.





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August 08, 2019, 08:07:03 AM
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@fre2mansur my advise - don't buy anything for education purpose.
Education is a short time.
If you don't have crypto yet, try all steps "mining"-"wallet"-"exchange".
For example, use your laptop to see CPU mining (banano or other coins), telegram click bots, faucets (btc, ltc, doge and so on) and for less than a month you gain your first crypto and see difference in speeds, fees, difficulties.
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August 09, 2019, 12:37:48 AM
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I just started mining this week so I might be doing this wrong and also i havent tweaked my settings to perfection but here are my early stats:

GPUs: 1660ti x5

coin: eth
miner: claymore
hash: 29.33 MH/s each
Power consumption: 96W per gpu

coin: zcoin
miner: ccminer
hash: 1.71 kH/s each
power cosnumption: 72W per GPU
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August 09, 2019, 09:48:54 AM
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Your are welcome!

philfromqueens,
what is your results in absolute values eth/day, z/day?
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5x1060 3Gb. the sum of the speed of the algorithm X16R 74Mh/s. This slightly increased frequency. The BIOS is not stitched.

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 .GPU: 6x RX 580 4 GB Sapphire Nitro+ (samsung) OC 1180 core 2140 mem both @ 837mV
 .CPU: Intel G series 3260
 .Power Supply: LC1650W
 .SSD: Samsung 128GB
 .USB Riser: 6x VER008C
 .Hashrate: 195,5 MH/s on ETH
 .Miner: Phoenix + AMD mem tweak
 .Power Consumption: 715 W
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August 09, 2019, 10:53:31 PM
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Your are welcome!

philfromqueens,
what is your results in absolute values eth/day, z/day?

im not sure about eth because i hadnt done the calculations for expected return back when i mined it a couple weeks ago.  but i know from what to mine its about 10-15% less than zcoin.

I can do about .3-.36 zcoin in a day depending on the network hashrate and such.
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GPU: Sapphire RX 470 4 GB (2 GPU's) and evga GTX 1060 6gb 1 gpu
CPU: Intel i3  and athlon x2 common motherboard
Power Supply: 750 W cooler Master and 450 w EVGA
Hashrate: 80 MH/s
Miner: Claymore
Power Consumption: 460 W
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August 15, 2019, 01:15:18 AM
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Your are welcome!

philfromqueens,
what is your results in absolute values eth/day, z/day?

so i got around to doing the settings for eth and i was able to get my 6 1660tis to about 30.9 MH/s on average.  altogether that is about .0137 eth/day
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August 15, 2019, 02:58:58 AM
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20 1060s
25 1070s
2 1080s
12 1660tis
4 1660s
14 580s
16 570s
3 Radeon VIIs
2 Antminer z11s
1 Z1 Pro
4 F1+

Minning SWAP RYO ETH, ZEC and the Z1PRO on NiceHash.  Been mining for almost 3 years with 4 cent KHW power.
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Your are welcome!

philfromqueens,
what is your results in absolute values eth/day, z/day?

so i got around to doing the settings for eth and i was able to get my 6 1660tis to about 30.9 MH/s on average.  altogether that is about .0137 eth/day

Thx for info and goodluck!

20 1060s
25 1070s
2 1080s
12 1660tis
4 1660s
14 580s
16 570s
3 Radeon VIIs
2 Antminer z11s
1 Z1 Pro
4 F1+

Minning SWAP RYO ETH, ZEC and the Z1PRO on NiceHash.  Been mining for almost 3 years with 4 cent KHW power.

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