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August 18, 2020, 07:33:29 PM
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Looking at

https://etherscan.io/chart/hashrate

You can clearly see that almost everybody is powering up their rigs again. Pretty much as long as your power is $0.30/kwh or less, you are making a profit and this is based on the old RX series, some of the newer GPUs are even more efficient.

Hopefully this will last at least till Nov/Dec and not a couple weeks like last time when ETH boomed.

with issues recently with ETH v2 testnet, maybe we get maybe a few months more of mining till 2021  Grin

https://cointelegraph.com/news/vitalik-buterin-ethereum-20-presents-a-much-harder-challenge-than-we-thought

More delays of ETH 2.0 would be great, but as I understand it, even when implemented, it will now be a hybrid method that still allows mining during a transition period.  Many have speculated this could add 1-2 more years of mining for ETH.  What i have not seen directly addressed is the whether or not the block reward for mining will still be a minimum of 2.  If that is reduced to say 1 or 1.5, it may make it difficult to profitably mine ETH since the premium fee portion (addition) to current block rewards is expected to be significantly reduced with 2.0.

what if the hashrate of new cards can now do 100MH? may change your calculation hehe.

anyway, i like to point out that sometimes some miners are the last bagholders of their cards, the profit in between upgrades are better than one time selling. during upgrades high end cards is more easier to sell, you can give very big discounts since the card ROI'd several times already,

miner1: hey kid wanna 100$ 1080ti?
kid: i can play a lot of cool games with that. thank you

miner2: hey kid wanna 20$ 470 4gb
kid: fuck that shit, what am i gonna do with that play angry birds?
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Holyshit dude you're scaring me. I wasn't particularly gentle with taking off the crusted cement like thermal paste either ... now I need to get them online and check them asap.

Generally when the GPUs are new, you can easily take off the GPU from the heatsink because the paste isn't hardened like glue. However on an old GPU that was mined for a few years usually the 2 parts are stuck on.

I noticed I got issues only when I turned off the rigs to clean them, they mined fine for a few months, I just powered down to clean and it was when I powered the rig back up, it wouldn't boot and after inspection turns out one GPU basically went directly into BSOD during boot-up. I had a few GPUs do this and all of them had a thermal repaste job.

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August 20, 2020, 01:45:30 PM
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FOUND A DEAL newegg msi rx 5600

Join retailmenot.com

if you never belonged they are giving 10% off

check here you can see

https://i.imgur.com/I6dtmO9.png

go to newegg from the retailmenot link

oh if you are an old customer they are giving 6% off.

buy these msi rx 5600 xt  gpu's

https://www.newegg.com/msi-radeon-rx-5600-xt-rx-5600-xt-mech-oc/p/N82E16814137498?Item=N82E16814137498

use this code

93XPR45

SO THE 289.99 card drops 30 bucks to 259.99

you get the 6% or 10% off from retailmenot. net = 244.40 or  233.99

if you do rebates you can get $20 more off 1 card = 224.40 or 213.99.

for a rx 5600 xt it is cheap.  you can buy up to 3 cards

https://msi.rebateaccess.com/promotion.php?p=91454


it does look like you can get 3 rebates on three cards.

the cash back at retailmenot caps at 50 bucks

so if you are new 10% off 3 cards should be 87 bucks but is capped at 50

if you are getting the 6% off 3 cards should be 52.20 but is capped at 52.

I found some old ready to use mobos that handle 6 cards they have built in cpus. onda

I found this psu for 70 bucks. https://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=110-BQ-0750-V1

So for 70 + 720 = 790

I have a 3 card rig that will do close to 120mhs and use under 400 watts

I will build 2 of these will post the builds next week.

Oh I paid this with paypal credit 6 months to pay.. 

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August 20, 2020, 03:32:44 PM
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FOUND A DEAL newegg msi rx 5600

Join retailmenot.com

blah... blah... blah...

I will build 2 of these will post the builds next week.

Oh I paid this with paypal credit 6 months to pay.. 

Good find. 

I bought one.  Not sure if RetailMeNot is working or not. my account on retailmenot is saying "We're waiting for Newegg to let us know you've made a purchase.".. it's been 30 minutes.... but i couldn't pass up at least one with the rebate and the $30 off with the code you posted.  FYI, that code you posted expires after today.

the chrome extension wasn't adding to chrome.  Not sure if anyone else if having the same problem.

I have six msi 5700 mech oc in a system  and six msi 5700 evoke in a system and they basically fun flawlessly... no reboots for several weeks at a time.

I've got five 5600xt (not msi in a system) that do @ 182, the 3 powercolor cards have the updated bios (@39 Mh/s), whereas the two other cards have non-updated bios get @ 33mh/z.
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FOUND A DEAL newegg msi rx 5600

Join retailmenot.com

blah... blah... blah...

I will build 2 of these will post the builds next week.

Oh I paid this with paypal credit 6 months to pay..  

Good find.  

I bought one.  Not sure if RetailMeNot is working or not. my account on retailmenot is saying "We're waiting for Newegg to let us know you've made a purchase.".. it's been 30 minutes.... but i couldn't pass up at least one with the rebate and the $30 off with the code you posted.  FYI, that code you posted expires after today.

the chrome extension wasn't adding to chrome.  Not sure if anyone else if having the same problem.

I have six msi 5700 mech oc in a system  and six msi 5700 evoke in a system and they basically fun flawlessly... no reboots for several weeks at a time.

I've got five 5600xt (not msi in a system) that do @ 182, the 3 powercolor cards have the updated bios (@39 Mh/s), whereas the two other cards have non-updated bios get @ 33mh/z.


I love my

1 msi rx 5700xt
1 msi rx 5700 blower style not sure if it was an xt
1 msi rx 5700 ---------- this is the best one as it uses only 1 8 pin jack and 111 watts for 51mhs
2 msi rx 5500 xt



About retailmenot

 IT will take up to 2 days to show it.

If it does not show follow up and ask them they will give it to you.


I have earned over 1200 in rebates from them since 2017


here are the only ones I had issues for and had to ask for the 3x $150 from HP

They did get them right.

Note I got a newegg for 25 right below
and the other newegg for 0 I did not purchase it.




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Nice hat avatar Phil.... new pic for new BTC ATH?  Grin

whats the fastest ETH GPU miner currently?


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Nice hat avatar Phil.... new pic for new BTC ATH?  Grin

whats the fastest ETH GPU miner currently?




Below are all my amd cards------ I am getting the msi 5600 cards. next Monday

and I am getting 1 other msi 5700 but it has 2 jacks
https://www.provantage.com/msi-r5700mgpc~7MSTI108.htm

I will report on them soon maybe Tuesday.









The best would be the eight pin msi 5700

https://www.newegg.com/msi-radeon-rx-5700-rx-5700-mech-oc/p/N82E16814137466

it is a 1 jack model

it was for sale as low as 330.

I get 111 watts and 51mhs  look at below it is actually better then that

They are sold out. But if you find them they seem to be the best I have found





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August 20, 2020, 04:34:42 PM
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Thats very impressive hash/power - 52+mhs at 111+ watts is super.

The blower style GPUs are always the best.

I have 1080ti and Vegas blower stlye GPUs and still working after 4 years running 24x7

I am still undecided if I want to invest in newer GPUs... very tempted though esp on the 5700

We will wait eagerly for your 120mhs@400watts rig review


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Thats very impressive hash/power - 52+mhs at 111+ watts is super.

The blower style GPUs are always the best.

I have 1080ti and Vegas blower stlye GPUs and still working after 4 years running 24x7

I am still undecided if I want to invest in newer GPUs... very tempted though esp on the 5700

We will wait eagerly for your 120mhs@400watts rig review



Yeah I still have at least 7 1080tis and my partner buysolar has at least 6

I think we have

I   78.18   2 1080ti
o   82.01   2 1080ti
s   174.53   1 1080ti 1x 1080 , 2x 1070 1x 1660ti
z   433.57.     6 1080ti 4x amd 5500xt 2 amd 5700 1 amd 5700 xt

so that is about 767mh
adding

two builds

one will be 3 1660ti. about 80mh
one will be 2 amd 5600 and 1 amd 5700. about 120 or 130 mh

total of 210 plus 767 = 977mh  say 1gh and about 27-28 gpus.


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Nice hat avatar Phil.... new pic for new BTC ATH?  Grin

whats the fastest ETH GPU miner currently?


Phoenix/teamredminer depends on what gpu

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Nice hat avatar Phil.... new pic for new BTC ATH?  Grin

whats the fastest ETH GPU miner currently?




Below are all my amd cards------ I am getting the msi 5600 cards. next Monday

and I am getting 1 other msi 5700 but it has 2 jacks
https://www.provantage.com/msi-r5700mgpc~7MSTI108.htm

I will report on them soon maybe Tuesday.


The best would be the eight pin msi 5700

https://www.newegg.com/msi-radeon-rx-5700-rx-5700-mech-oc/p/N82E16814137466

it is a 1 jack model

it was for sale as low as 330.


I have 5 of those msi 5700 mech cards.  they've been pretty solid.  Temperatures hover around 60C under full continuous load in my computer room. no issues

This gigabyte has one 8 pin connector.  I have two of these cards.
https://www.newegg.com/gigabyte-radeon-rx-5700-gv-r57gaming-oc-8gd/p/N82E16814932209

Also the MSI 5700 Evoke has one 8 pin connector.  
https://www.newegg.com/msi-radeon-rx-5700-rx-5700-evoke/p/N82E16814137520
I have six of these in a system (I had seven, but one failed after two months.. returned it to microcenter).  There has been reports about the thermal pads on the 5700XT https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3531-msi-listened-rx-5700xt-evoke-oc-thermal-pad-revision being to thin on memory chips when they were first released.  MSI did a free replacement on the earlier ones to fix this issue.

As far as i know, the 5700 evokes have been discontinued.

Every month though there has been a MSI Rebate on these cards.  One rebate for Newegg.com, one rebate for Newegg.ca, and one rebate for all others (i.e. Amazon, Microcenter, Fry's, B&H, BestBuy, and a few others.)
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just noticed that newegg was also listed on this rebate form... so at least two rebates from newegg.

https://msi.rebateaccess.com/promotion.php?p=91452
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Just wanted to give a big shout out to Phil & the others who recommended moving to SMOS for a couple of problem W10/470-4GB rigs!  I finally got SMOS installed, up and running last night on the one where windows was corrupted and it ran perfectly for 18 hours before I had to shut it down to control heat in my house.  I thought it would be great from the comments here and reviewing some of its capabilities, but I am even more pleased now that I got over the hump.

My main issue in delaying was SMOS not having Wi-fi, but that Wi-fi to LAN converter that Phil recommended a few pages back is working perfectly!  So, I ordered 1 more of those today, which should get my other problem rig running on SMOS as soon as it cools down a bit here.  I will likely convert my other 2 Radeon rigs over to SMOS as well, since not having to worry about drivers or other W10 issues is worth way more than their $2 fee to me!  My 2 w10 1070ti rigs continue to work without any issues, so will just l leave those as is for now.

I'm also half way to building a 6x 5700 rig. Luckily i still had a mobo, CPU & 1500w PSU left over from 2018, so it's literally just the cost of the GPU's to get that going.
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Just wanted to give a big shout out to Phil & the others who recommended moving to SMOS for a couple of problem W10/470-4GB rigs!  I finally got SMOS installed, up and running last night on the one where windows was corrupted and it ran perfectly for 18 hours before I had to shut it down to control heat in my house.  I thought it would be great from the comments here and reviewing some of its capabilities, but I am even more pleased now that I got over the hump.

My main issue in delaying was SMOS not having Wi-fi, but that Wi-fi to LAN converter that Phil recommended a few pages back is working perfectly!  So, I ordered 1 more of those today, which should get my other problem rig running on SMOS as soon as it cools down a bit here.  I will likely convert my other 2 Radeon rigs over to SMOS as well, since not having to worry about drivers or other W10 issues is worth way more than their $2 fee to me!  My 2 w10 1070ti rigs continue to work without any issues, so will just l leave those as is for now.

I'm also half way to building a 6x 5700 rig. Luckily i still had a mobo, CPU & 1500w PSU left over from 2018, so it's literally just the cost of the GPU's to get that going.

Thank you 🙏.

yeah it is so much easier then windows just do it.

I am running some cpu miners using nicehash and win 10.

but almost every gpu I have is pointed to smos.

they just run.

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Just wanted to give a big shout out to Phil & the others who recommended moving to SMOS for a couple of problem W10/470-4GB rigs!  I finally got SMOS installed, up and running last night on the one where windows was corrupted and it ran perfectly for 18 hours before I had to shut it down to control heat in my house.  I thought it would be great from the comments here and reviewing some of its capabilities, but I am even more pleased now that I got over the hump.

My main issue in delaying was SMOS not having Wi-fi, but that Wi-fi to LAN converter that Phil recommended a few pages back is working perfectly!  So, I ordered 1 more of those today, which should get my other problem rig running on SMOS as soon as it cools down a bit here.  I will likely convert my other 2 Radeon rigs over to SMOS as well, since not having to worry about drivers or other W10 issues is worth way more than their $2 fee to me!  My 2 w10 1070ti rigs continue to work without any issues, so will just l leave those as is for now.

I'm also half way to building a 6x 5700 rig. Luckily i still had a mobo, CPU & 1500w PSU left over from 2018, so it's literally just the cost of the GPU's to get that going.

wifi is in the works says the developer so it will a great addition to SMOS.

Update: SMOS release version 1284 already has WIFI in beta mode


Like you, I dumped Windows way back in 2016 and tested Linux instead, then found SMOS v1 very very crude and buggy then but oh boy how it has improved over the years (see SMOS bitcointalk forum, discord) huge community and I recalled we even had a community discussion about the pros and cons of features, 2$ pricepoint, etc.

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Nice hat avatar Phil.... new pic for new BTC ATH?  Grin

whats the fastest ETH GPU miner currently?


Phoenix/teamredminer depends on what gpu

For amd definitely teamredminer... it does not add fake hashrate and i see uses also less power. Phoenix M for NVidia.
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I had reference5700, but I just got 4 5700XT to build a small rig - now that its not super hot outside.  Why XT ?  30$ more than the 5700 here and these XFX triple dissipation have a dual bios switch, which is nice.  The new drivers mess up a lot of stuff and I find myself at a loss to what to do but its been a little while...Anyways quick fan curve and mem timings bios flash and it gets 55mhs@1800 and 58mhs@1875-1900 @45-55c/55-60%.  60 seems reachable. One card didnt like to be flashed and was unstable at any speed, so I had to fix that and one card is unstable even stock settings timings and slight overclock which is shitty but it happens.  Gpu takes 135-145w from the wall as measured by my killawatt.  My test bench runs windoze, but even though I have a vague memory of seeing this before....Amd runs a fan curve for clocks/voltage now and any changes you make to get fixed values gets reverted.  Ill have to look into that, anybody know why?
Still once I get stable settings for all cards its not a bad gpu.  I like it a lot actually.  I view this as a modern 570 its not a beefy card.  Next NAVI coming up will be 100+mhs just looking at expected specs I think.  
edit: they have 8pin+6pin, but its not bad, 1000wPSU, 4 gpu rig, works.
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Newegg shipped fast I got 2 gpu msi rx 5600 xt today.

I slapped a mobo on a wooden board and I am testing the msi rig

I have a 550 watt psu. a rosewill quark.

I wonder if smos is having issues today maybe too many rigs going on line. Grin

the single eight pin jack is nice.

cards finally fired up

2 cards are doing 38mh each at 103 watts and 97 watts each

at the wall rig reads 281 watts

I am due a third card on monday let me check that yeah that is a msi 5700

which should do about 52mh  the rig should be close to  130 mh at 400-410 watts

I am up to:

 18 gpu and 700mh
  2 gpu  and 85mh
  2 gpu  and 85mh
  5 gpu  and 160mh
27 gpu  and 1030mh right now

with 2 gpus coming

by next week I will be at 29 gpus and 1100mhs

I have 3 boards ready for cards
and I Have psu's  for them
I also have 6 cpu miners doing xmd they all can do 2 cards.

So I could order 25 more gpus it is tempting as I can do them all with PayPal credit. for now I will just stick with the 27+2 = 29

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 Huh
So unable to get all cards stable at high hashrates, I toned it down a bit and this seems good, will see in 24-48hrs.  GPU4 has no modifications other than memory clock and power limit/voltage.  Im still a bit confused on a lot of things but I need a break and do something else with my day.  GPU voltage looks like a bad/not real reading, in any case core power draw is darn close to actual off the wall power - psu efficiency as tested with wattmeter.  I can change voltage to pretty much any reasonable number and it has no effect on anything else.  So in short core clock determines voltage curve with temperature as a factor ? Methinks so.
 Undecided good temps though 76c mem and sub 60 hot spot on 60% fan.  Ill bring down the fan speed after its proven stable. 
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Huh
So unable to get all cards stable at high hashrates, I toned it down a bit and this seems good, will see in 24-48hrs.  GPU4 has no modifications other than memory clock and power limit/voltage.  Im still a bit confused on a lot of things but I need a break and do something else with my day.  GPU voltage looks like a bad/not real reading, in any case core power draw is darn close to actual off the wall power - psu efficiency as tested with wattmeter.  I can change voltage to pretty much any reasonable number and it has no effect on anything else.  So in short core clock determines voltage curve with temperature as a factor ? Methinks so.
 Undecided good temps though 76c mem and sub 60 hot spot on 60% fan.  Ill bring down the fan speed after its proven stable. 

Sometimes it's very time consuming to deal with AMD tweaks until find the perfect hashrate for power consumption

I have a 5700XT Gigabyte - no bios mod, 1885Mhz on memory, 1245mhz core clock with 750mv and -35% of power limit, hashing 54.2Mhs solid without any error during weeks (I just restart my PC once a week)
I thought about doing a bios mod, but I remember old times dealing with RX 570 and 580 and I'm happy with this clock

I have a 1660 super too, easy to deal, just put +999 on memory clock, set 60% of fan and 56% of power limit  Cheesy


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