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May 05, 2019, 02:04:10 AM
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Although it looks expensive, but according to many reviews both here and otherwise it looks promising. Will visit one of my friends who is a mining freak and get first-hand knowledge of it.

I just bought 3 open box for $629 each, mining xmr right now zero problems.  After electricity they are making slight over a dollar a day each using less then 200 watts each.  It would take 3 1660 tis to equal that at more money and power.  Downside is AMD is only decent for cyoptonight and eth.
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May 05, 2019, 05:57:10 AM
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Although it looks expensive, but according to many reviews both here and otherwise it looks promising. Will visit one of my friends who is a mining freak and get first-hand knowledge of it.

I just bought 3 open box for $629 each, mining xmr right now zero problems.  After electricity they are making slight over a dollar a day each using less then 200 watts each.  It would take 3 1660 tis to equal that at more money and power.  Downside is AMD is only decent for cyoptonight and eth.


May I know how much the GPU speed of your device is my friend?
Do you do overclock your device?
I think it will increase your income in mining, with the consideration of saving electricity or not if you do overclocking your device.
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May 05, 2019, 06:45:40 AM
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What about a Radeon VII?  Very efficient and might retain its value better, similar to a 1080 ti.

Radeon VII is very expensive and only ETH is worth mining. Its pure silicon lottery, also bios flash and the software are a pain... Check the RVII thread.

Nvidia everything is super easy and you can mine most of the coins outthere.

It's also a beast on all CN coins.
On progpow with stock setting 28,5MH/s for 310W. Tune it a bit you get 28.38MH/s for 243W.
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May 05, 2019, 03:10:31 PM
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Although it looks expensive, but according to many reviews both here and otherwise it looks promising. Will visit one of my friends who is a mining freak and get first-hand knowledge of it.

I just bought 3 open box for $629 each, mining xmr right now zero problems.  After electricity they are making slight over a dollar a day each using less then 200 watts each.  It would take 3 1660 tis to equal that at more money and power.  Downside is AMD is only decent for cyoptonight and eth.
Please, count it in RVN and then say how much 1660ti is needed to be equal 1 Radeon 7, then count ROI in RVN.
No one serious miners would not buy NVIDIA to mine ethash.

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May 05, 2019, 04:36:49 PM
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Yes I agree with you, have checked about it and I must say, overlooking the cost and focusing on its potential, one can really make a reasonable profit. I think Its about time I give it a trial.

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May 06, 2019, 03:41:33 PM
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What about a Radeon VII?  Very efficient and might retain its value better, similar to a 1080 ti.

Radeon VII is very expensive and only ETH is worth mining. Its pure silicon lottery, also bios flash and the software are a pain... Check the RVII thread.

Nvidia everything is super easy and you can mine most of the coins outthere.

What I understand, compared to others, it is fast at Cryptonight-R. When looking at pure ETH hashrate/watt numbers, Radeon VII outcompetes anything out there.
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May 06, 2019, 05:17:01 PM
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Although it looks expensive, but according to many reviews both here and otherwise it looks promising. Will visit one of my friends who is a mining freak and get first-hand knowledge of it.

I just bought 3 open box for $629 each, mining xmr right now zero problems.  After electricity they are making slight over a dollar a day each using less then 200 watts each.  It would take 3 1660 tis to equal that at more money and power.  Downside is AMD is only decent for cyoptonight and eth.


May I know how much the GPU speed of your device is my friend?
Do you do overclock your device?
I think it will increase your income in mining, with the consideration of saving electricity or not if you do overclocking your device.

Its over clocked at 1800 mhz running 2800 on xmr at less then 200 watts per card.

I was running some quick numbers 1660 ti vs Radeon VII $ per hash and watt per hash are very close.  Advantage of the Radeon VII is it might retain its value better then the 1660s similar to a 1080ti?
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Although it looks expensive, but according to many reviews both here and otherwise it looks promising. Will visit one of my friends who is a mining freak and get first-hand knowledge of it.

I just bought 3 open box for $629 each, mining xmr right now zero problems.  After electricity they are making slight over a dollar a day each using less then 200 watts each.  It would take 3 1660 tis to equal that at more money and power.  Downside is AMD is only decent for cyoptonight and eth.
If you can get them for this much then yes the radeon VII would be the better choice but if you get it for the retail price then no. The 3x1660ti would be the better way to go with the price and the efficiency of the cards when it comes to paying expensive electrical costs to run this amd card compared to 75watts per ti cards.

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May 07, 2019, 04:34:58 PM
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Although it looks expensive, but according to many reviews both here and otherwise it looks promising. Will visit one of my friends who is a mining freak and get first-hand knowledge of it.

I just bought 3 open box for $629 each, mining xmr right now zero problems.  After electricity they are making slight over a dollar a day each using less then 200 watts each.  It would take 3 1660 tis to equal that at more money and power.  Downside is AMD is only decent for cyoptonight and eth.


May I know how much the GPU speed of your device is my friend?
Do you do overclock your device?
I think it will increase your income in mining, with the consideration of saving electricity or not if you do overclocking your device.

Its over clocked at 1800 mhz running 2800 on xmr at less then 200 watts per card.

I was running some quick numbers 1660 ti vs Radeon VII $ per hash and watt per hash are very close.  Advantage of the Radeon VII is it might retain its value better then the 1660s similar to a 1080ti?

Mainstream GPUs hold the most value over time. 

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May 07, 2019, 04:36:16 PM
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Yes, you are right,
Nvidia GPU 1600 series is better than others,
my friend has used the 1600 series Nvidia GPU for the miner's client, he also used GPU 1660ti and the results were unsatisfactory because GPU 166ti didn't support the miner's client, my friend was disappointed to have bought 1660ti.
if anyone doubts I suggest buying the 1600 Nvidia GPU series to prove it yourself. in my opinion, we are very fortunate to buy it because many miner clients support the 1600 Nvidia GPU series.
this is why being able to do mining should be able to know what is needed for sure, not to buy something that is very expensive but cannot be used.

EVGA 1660 XC Black: $220

OS:
oros

CLIENT_OC:
106,100,500,49,1

Client:
trex 0.9.2 cuda 10:
RVN: 19 MH/s

Client:
cryptodredge 0.18.0 cuda 10:
MTP: 1950 KH/s

Client:
gminer 1.38:
grincuckaroo29: 3.9 G/s
Thank you, I have been trying to find stats on the 1660 (non ti)

Any ethash and progpow numbers?

I started keeping track of hashrates in a table:




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May 07, 2019, 05:31:24 PM
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I started keeping track of hashrates in a table:

Thx!

And what table we can see for AMD GPUs? Ethash and hashrate. It`s all. And what would they mine after ETH PoS?

fullzero Sorry for this, but i`m really tired to see in the thread with NVIDIA hashes discussion about AMD.

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May 07, 2019, 05:49:17 PM
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I started keeping track of hashrates in a table:

Thx!

And what table we can see for AMD GPUs? Ethash and hashrate. It`s all. And what would they mine after ETH PoS?

fullzero Sorry for this, but i`m really tired to see in the thread with NVIDIA hashes discussion about AMD.

"Better than everything else"

That's not the case.
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May 07, 2019, 09:31:28 PM
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I started keeping track of hashrates in a table:

Thx!

And what table we can see for AMD GPUs? Ethash and hashrate. It`s all. And what would they mine after ETH PoS?

fullzero Sorry for this, but i`m really tired to see in the thread with NVIDIA hashes discussion about AMD.
Ethereum foundation has confirmed if the team will not change ethereum network into a full POS system. They will still keep their POW with 0.5 ethereum as a reward for each block solved by the miners and the miners will still get the TX fees by validating the transaction in the network. Some may switch to another POW coin and you should not worry about that.
If you are visiting specialized mining forum and you will find a lot of AMD's table. But i still prefer to use nvidia

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May 09, 2019, 12:37:42 PM
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I started keeping track of hashrates in a table:

Thx!

And what table we can see for AMD GPUs? Ethash and hashrate. It`s all. And what would they mine after ETH PoS?

fullzero Sorry for this, but i`m really tired to see in the thread with NVIDIA hashes discussion about AMD.

"Better than everything else"

That's not the case.

Please use numbers/data to make an argument, otherwise it's meaningless. 

For example, this post shows expected return using the current data:

$770.57 Starter Rig; $1650.53 Example Rig


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I started keeping track of hashrates in a table:

Thx!

And what table we can see for AMD GPUs? Ethash and hashrate. It`s all. And what would they mine after ETH PoS?

fullzero Sorry for this, but i`m really tired to see in the thread with NVIDIA hashes discussion about AMD.

"Better than everything else"

That's not the case.

Please use numbers/data to make an argument, otherwise it's meaningless. 

For example, this post shows expected return using the current data:

$770.57 Starter Rig; $1650.53 Example Rig



Already put some figures before.
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May 17, 2019, 03:50:04 PM
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I started keeping track of hashrates in a table:

Thx!

And what table we can see for AMD GPUs? Ethash and hashrate. It`s all. And what would they mine after ETH PoS?

fullzero Sorry for this, but i`m really tired to see in the thread with NVIDIA hashes discussion about AMD.

"Better than everything else"

That's not the case.

Please use numbers/data to make an argument, otherwise it's meaningless. 

For example, this post shows expected return using the current data:

$770.57 Starter Rig; $1650.53 Example Rig



Already put some figures before.
I read this thread twice and havent seen anything about data besides ethash. I`m happy that you mining ETH but this is about NVIDIA. If you dont know - they dont mine ETH.

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May 17, 2019, 04:16:54 PM
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Have a look at this post/thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5135665.msg50982585#msg50982585

According to this comparison table, RTX 2060's are actually significantly better than anything else. At least, if you intend to mine x16 algos. They have the shortest time to breakeven. Best hash/dollar, best hash/watt.



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May 17, 2019, 07:07:28 PM
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Of course, I'm not very fond of mining. Well, it is clear that Nvidea made a gaming video card, and even in the community of gamers, it is not very relevant to the 2000 series.

Well, apparently that the 1600 series is now the most profitable option to build a farm.

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