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May 29, 2014, 06:42:29 PM
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Thank you.
Some persons who will share such a platform?

i can answer your questions anyway

speed is 2.2 MH/s per gpu for x11 with a little OC

750ti can't mine x13 for the moment

consumption is around 320w mining x11 with 6 x 750ti

jackpotcoin give you  0.025 with a 6 x 750ti rig

wincoin give you 0.015 with 6 x 750ti rig

other x11 will give you at least 0.01

scrypt should be around 450w, but scrypt is dead for gpu so who care...

With the latest x11 ccminer for Nvidia, the 750ti can do 2.8 mh/s...

Is Jackpotcoin really that profitable at the moment?

that version the 2.8MH one, isn't out yet

yeah jackpot give you about 0.025, one rig does 24MH/s there = 150k per day at 15 satoshi = 0.0225 now

Cool, guess I can try that out. How's the power efficiency of it compared to X11 and others?

they are about equal

after some test i can say that jackpotcoin algo is more power efficient than x11, maybe because of the recent boost to x11...
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May 29, 2014, 06:49:54 PM
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So... 750 Ti is better value compared to R9 280x ?
I can get a 280x OC very cheaply but it seems its power consumption level is just crazy high compared to the 750 Ti.

I'll go for the 750Ti OC. Good?
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May 29, 2014, 07:10:15 PM
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So... 750 Ti is better value compared to R9 280x ?
I can get a 280x OC very cheaply but it seems its power consumption level is just crazy high compared to the 750 Ti.

I'll go for the 750Ti OC. Good?

750ti on jackpot does 4MH/s, a 280x only 2MH/s, no matter if you pay or not your electricity(they should pay you for running a rig, maybe in this way is better to go with amd lol), 750ti beat any amd right now
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May 29, 2014, 07:45:29 PM
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So... 750 Ti is better value compared to R9 280x ?
I can get a 280x OC very cheaply but it seems its power consumption level is just crazy high compared to the 750 Ti.

I'll go for the 750Ti OC. Good?

750ti on jackpot does 4MH/s, a 280x only 2MH/s, no matter if you pay or not your electricity(they should pay you for running a rig, maybe in this way is better to go with amd lol), 750ti beat any amd right now

Got it, thanks. Jackpot as in highest? I'll overclock it as well so even better results..
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May 29, 2014, 09:26:30 PM
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Guys there step by step guide.
I'm new to nvidia cards for me this new miner.

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May 29, 2014, 09:56:26 PM
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I have:
i5-2320  3.00GHz
8 GB Ram
GeForce GT 430

What mining i should take? CPU, GPU? Maybe there are more.
I started 3 days ago and i went on the one i first found well explained. CPU one. But just now remembered, that 2 years ago when i was buying comp, my CPU was not stronger part of it.

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