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May 30, 2017, 08:16:20 AM
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why i get very low hashrate with this last version on jackpot? only 13 mega with intensity 25 on a 1070 instead on 1.8.4 version i get 27MH, is this version not optimized well for jackpotcoin algorithm?

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May 30, 2017, 08:26:37 AM
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yep, both kernels are there, jackpot and jha. The temporary jha should be dropped later, took me some time to localize the issue

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May 30, 2017, 08:36:40 AM
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A highend rig that does 3.4GHASH has the same diff as a 1.5GHASH rig. You should increase the difficulty to reduce the load on the server.
high end rig, you've made my day)))))))))
High end rig is doing >8ghs ))
1080tis? Cheesy

An average rig on yiimp is doing 1,5GHASH. So 3.4 is more than 2x the average rig. (3,4GHASH is based on 6x1070 @560MHASH each)


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May 30, 2017, 08:37:33 AM
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I see that the diff doesn't go above 0.8.
A highend rig that does 3.4GHASH has the same diff as a 1.5GHASH rig. You should increase the difficulty to reduce the load on the server.
you can set manual static diff AFAIK. But nevertheless better to start your own stratum and go solo ))

The autodiff is bether today, I get fewer rejected shares and the pool seem more stable.
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May 31, 2017, 09:03:57 AM
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Is there a link with current speeds of 10x0 series on different algos ?
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May 31, 2017, 09:06:01 AM
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You can have a look at YiiMP - Benchmarks.

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May 31, 2017, 09:08:37 AM
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No ethhash there 0-o, tho yes, it seems the best so far
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May 31, 2017, 09:15:58 AM
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I can just say the 1080Ti are awesome mining monsters :-D
Count 14 in my rigs ..number rising :-D

GTX 1080Ti rocks da house... seriously... this card is a beast³
Owning by now 18x GTX1080Ti :-D @serious love of efficiency
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May 31, 2017, 09:32:46 AM
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I can just say the 1080Ti are awesome mining monsters :-D
Count 14 in my rigs ..number rising :-D

agreed ...

our test system - 5 x gigabyte aorus 1080ti extreme - is doing very very well ...

when rebuild it for production - it will be our 'base' system that will be the building block for cwi-thefarm ...

amazing cards indeed ...

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May 31, 2017, 10:50:39 AM
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I can just say the 1080Ti are awesome mining monsters :-D
Count 14 in my rigs ..number rising :-D
Hello!
What H/s did you have on skein and what miner did you use?
Thank you and sorry for my english.
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May 31, 2017, 01:09:13 PM
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I already have a rig of 6 RX AMD cards mainly for ETH  mining.

My main computer was not built for mining in mind but I figured out I can use it with a powerful single or maybe dual Nvida cards for some coins and make it earn the money I will be paying for  new Nvdia GPU

Cards are kinda expensive where I live. Used GTX 1070 400USD, Used GTX 1080 555USD. Used GTX 970 is around 210-230USD. New GTX 1080ti is like 900-1100USD.

I will not use more than two GPUs. Actually my mobo only supports Crossfire but no SLI so dual Nvdia cards will make no good for me for gaming but only for mining.

One option for dual Nvdia GPU would be using one of them for gaming while the other one mines and both of them for mining when I dont game.

Electricity cost 0.11-0.13 USD/Kwh. PSU is Seasonic X750-KM3.

I am more inclined to get a single GTX 1080ti rather than dual GTX 1070/1080 considering no SLI support of my mobo.

If I invest 950-1000 USD local purchase (or  775-800 USD international purchase) for a 1080Ti now--> Does it make sense for my condiitons?

If yes which brand and model would you suggest to buy? Can it ROI in 4-5 months or till the Volta GTX GTX 2070/2080 comes into market and kills it price and performance wise

Thank you all.
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May 31, 2017, 01:13:18 PM
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i would wait the start of winter for a big buy. At least that heat you Wink

just remember the 980Ti ... now hard to sell for 300€

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May 31, 2017, 01:17:37 PM
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i would wait the start of winter for a big buy. At least that heat you Wink

Yep AMD rig is a very nice heater Smiley but I would like to ROI for my hardware. Altcoin price is very good now. So I reckon I can convert my gaming machine into another single/dual GPU Nvidia rig as well.
At least GPU can pay for itself.
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May 31, 2017, 01:46:19 PM
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waiting mean lose money, a 1080ti can do $350 a month, this mean that every month without a 1080ti you are losing $350, never wait in mining it doesn't matter what they are going to release
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May 31, 2017, 01:49:50 PM
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waiting mean lose money, a 1080ti can do $350 a month, this mean that every month without a 1080ti you are losing $350, never wait in mining it doesn't matter what they are going to release

thats how we work also ...

we are now working on the optimized gigabyte aorus 1080ti extreme systems ...

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May 31, 2017, 02:17:27 PM
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waiting mean lose money, a 1080ti can do $350 a month, this mean that every month without a 1080ti you are losing $350, never wait in mining it doesn't matter what they are going to release

Actually that the page I am on. One thing I try to decide is a single 1080Ti or 2x1080.

Comparison:

Pricing: Almost same (wher I live)

Mining: 2x1080 should do 900-1100 (based on calculators and user experiences)
          1x 1080Ti is around 700 (though I read some modified miner can do 1000 with 1 card)

Power Consumption: GTX 1080Ti wins over dual 1080.

Gaming: GTX 1080Ti of course (since my mobo does not support SLI)

If I can really make 350 with a single 1080ti that would be awesome but I reckon it is somewhere around 270-300USD based on other experiences. 350USD is when everything is very efficient and optimized and with some luck maybe.
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May 31, 2017, 02:18:49 PM
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i guess Amph is stealing electricity, would not surprise me Wink

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May 31, 2017, 02:21:57 PM
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i guess Amph is stealing electricity, would not surprise me Wink

i wish here ...

cant get around it in australia ...

its expensive - and getting worse ... nothing anyone can do mate ...

on that note - im off to bed ...

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May 31, 2017, 03:05:57 PM
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i guess Amph is stealing electricity, would not surprise me Wink

not a thing i can do, but my logic make sense

waiting mean lose money, a 1080ti can do $350 a month, this mean that every month without a 1080ti you are losing $350, never wait in mining it doesn't matter what they are going to release

Actually that the page I am on. One thing I try to decide is a single 1080Ti or 2x1080.

Comparison:

Pricing: Almost same (wher I live)

Mining: 2x1080 should do 900-1100 (based on calculators and user experiences)
          1x 1080Ti is around 700 (though I read some modified miner can do 1000 with 1 card)

Power Consumption: GTX 1080Ti wins over dual 1080.

Gaming: GTX 1080Ti of course (since my mobo does not support SLI)

If I can really make 350 with a single 1080ti that would be awesome but I reckon it is somewhere around 270-300USD based on other experiences. 350USD is when everything is very efficient and optimized and with some luck maybe.


a 1080ti can do 1giga in skein, one giga can earn you 0.18 btc a month(on yiimp it say 0.006 a day x 30 is 0.18), $2k per btc that is $360 a month, electricity is negligeable...
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May 31, 2017, 03:46:19 PM
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i guess Amph is stealing electricity, would not surprise me Wink

not a thing i can do, but my logic make sense

waiting mean lose money, a 1080ti can do $350 a month, this mean that every month without a 1080ti you are losing $350, never wait in mining it doesn't matter what they are going to release

Actually that the page I am on. One thing I try to decide is a single 1080Ti or 2x1080.

Comparison:

Pricing: Almost same (wher I live)

Mining: 2x1080 should do 900-1100 (based on calculators and user experiences)
          1x 1080Ti is around 700 (though I read some modified miner can do 1000 with 1 card)

Power Consumption: GTX 1080Ti wins over dual 1080.

Gaming: GTX 1080Ti of course (since my mobo does not support SLI)

If I can really make 350 with a single 1080ti that would be awesome but I reckon it is somewhere around 270-300USD based on other experiences. 350USD is when everything is very efficient and optimized and with some luck maybe.


a 1080ti can do 1giga in skein, one giga can earn you 0.18 btc a month(on yiimp it say 0.006 a day x 30 is 0.18), $2k per btc that is $360 a month, electricity is negligeable...

Still it looks like the profitability is roughly the same as with the 1080? While the 1080ti will probably loose less value once once you sale them, but is more hash effective.

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