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February 18, 2017, 07:16:16 PM
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The best coin now for nvidia ? .

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February 18, 2017, 07:23:47 PM
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And then some fucktwat with loose lips ruined SIB. That lasted all of it getting listed on Nicehash, someone looking at the miners on YIIMP as there was someone strangely mining a algo no one else was touching, googled around, found some mention of Alexis here, asked for the miner EXACTLY as it's typed out on YIIMP, and deciding to inform Cryptominingblog that there is a faster miner so they would compile it... Completely putting aside the windows binaries are available in this thread.

I should've asked someone to compile the miner with a different miner name. I knew someone would notice the miner name on yiimp. Alternative being mining on Suprnova and getting shittier payouts without being able to shoot Epsylon some donations (in hindsight apparently would've been worth it) .

Can't handle keeping things to themselves once they figure it out. This isn't a game of share information when it comes to profitable niches, it's every man for himself. You give out information, you lose any lead you have and the niche that you've found, dumbshits. I swear the majority of miners are retards.

At least I got a couple weeks of mining out of it. Waited a day on posting this just to make sure it was absolutely destroyed. Back to mining Zcash.

Until you develop your own miner.  Cheesy

Knowing to check bitcointalk once in a while for latest miners doesn't give you that big of an advantage. Getting +20% sib for more than a month is quite good. I'd say that paid off. I would recommend donating a few percent to Alexis who open sourced the improvements.

Epsylon and Alexis both are the same entity. Thats the whole reason I was mining on YIIMP. It was a 2% donation.

Checking Bitcointalk gives you a huge advantage. There are all sorts of nooks and crannies here. It's sifting through all the information and finding the little crack no one has exploited yet. Then someone opens it up and it equalizes with Zcash, which is what just happened. There are plenty of niche coins on here that either aren't mainstream, have a miner that doesn't function quite just right, change algos and are now profitable, or have went untouched for close to a year and no one is looking at. There are a lot of case by case basis.

Information is EVERYTHING when it comes to mining. Any dolt can plugin a couple GPUs or a ASIC and mine Ethereum or Zcash. Matter of a fact that's part of the problem right now. More niche miners will hop on alt coins or less known coins and even it out with Zcash... People that have no idea what they're doing with too much hash will just bomb other coins thinking they earn more money and just makes everything less profitable for everyone.

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February 18, 2017, 08:36:53 PM
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eh no.. but we worked together for a while, now he is doing its army se(r)vice.. im french, he is greek :p

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February 18, 2017, 08:49:05 PM
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Ah... It was never really explained. I thought you were roomates or something.

Would be nice if someone made a legit Pascal miner. SPs doesn't have pool support and that's really needed right now. Playing russian roulette with power isn't very fun.

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February 19, 2017, 09:13:39 AM
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Hey guys,

i have testet the alexis-1-0  vor x11evo at least 1MH/s ! over the tpruvot version.



http://www.cryptocoinupdates.com/you-should-use-ccminer-alexis-1-0-for-better-x11-ghost-hashrate/




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February 19, 2017, 10:23:05 AM
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That website just straight up copies articles from Cryptominingblog?


Those of you that are duel mining Pascal and Ethereum, what settings are you using? It doesn't seem to be panning out positive for whatever I try. Just seems like it's simply trading off one coin for the other and no net gain.

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February 19, 2017, 12:50:14 PM
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That website just straight up copies articles from Cryptominingblog?


Those of you that are duel mining Pascal and Ethereum, what settings are you using? It doesn't seem to be panning out positive for whatever I try. Just seems like it's simply trading off one coin for the other and no net gain.

This is the same for me, i would also be interested in the settings. I tried all combinations ( min, maxing) both stats, but just cant find profitable balance. It seems that mining zcash solo still earns better net profit.
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February 19, 2017, 12:55:19 PM
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Hey guys,

i have testet the alexis-1-0  vor x11evo at least 1MH/s ! over the tpruvot version.



http://www.cryptocoinupdates.com/you-should-use-ccminer-alexis-1-0-for-better-x11-ghost-hashrate/





I am actually getting 12,5 Mhash on a 1070 and I think I could push a little more.
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February 19, 2017, 04:13:04 PM
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Hey guys,

i have testet the alexis-1-0  vor x11evo at least 1MH/s ! over the tpruvot version.



http://www.cryptocoinupdates.com/you-should-use-ccminer-alexis-1-0-for-better-x11-ghost-hashrate/






i've gained with my 1070 +1 MH/s for x11evo over the ccminer 1.8.4 by tpruvot  Grin

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February 19, 2017, 10:37:50 PM
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i have the most up to date and fastest ccminer version currently for sib (x11-ghost) available here..   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1777336.0   (nemosminerv1.4.2)

the sib(x11-ghost) ccminer is from alex78 most recent version downloaded from source and compiled by me with cuda 8.0 support not cuda 7.5..   8.0 slightly better results : )

my 1070's are doing just over 12.5mhs on defualt settings no OC could easily push it past 13mhs per 1070

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