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Dave Jan 27, 2018 07:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Riptide (Post 1338049551)
ccminer has a switch to target individual GPU directly. I have a batch file setup for it just won't have time to test until tomorrow or sunday. I'll post back with results. I expect it should work beautifully.

What sols/s are you getting on equihash?

785 sols/s using nicehash on equihash.

Riptide Jan 27, 2018 07:29 AM

That is a good result. You generally have to overclock a 1080ti to the MAX to get that many sol/s. I never got more than about 735 with mine.

These titans are pretty good. Mine are at 1950 core and haven't yet found the limit. 100% TDP
phi/luxcoin

nycdarkness Jan 27, 2018 08:19 AM

Dave are you manually selecting what nicehash mines. I'm noticing that past 2 days something's not right. For example, wallet balance usd estimate will go up 1.30 after 8 hrs with 2 1080tis. That doesn't seem worth the effort lol.

Dave Jan 27, 2018 08:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338049611)
Dave are you manually selecting what nicehash mines. I'm noticing that past 2 days something's not right. For example, wallet balance usd estimate will go up 1.30 after 8 hrs with 2 1080tis. That doesn't seem worth the effort lol.

Yes I've slowly been narrowing which algorithms my cards mine. I currently have them on Neoscrypt and Equihash. I hear Lyra2 is a good one as well.

Dave Jan 27, 2018 10:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dave (Post 1338049602)
785 sols/s using nicehash on equihash.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Riptide (Post 1338049604)
That is a good result. You generally have to overclock a 1080ti to the MAX to get that many sol/s. I never got more than about 735 with mine.

These titans are pretty good. Mine are at 1950 core and haven't yet found the limit. 100% TDP
phi/luxcoin

Just switched to EWBF miner. Titan Xp's hitting 818 Sols/s, 1080 Ti's at 742 Sols/s

Mangler Jan 27, 2018 10:46 AM

What is this hdd mining thing?

Is it going to replace gpu mining or are we facing a future where we can't find any gpus or storage because YOU DIRTY MINERS already bought em all??!!

:bleh:

KAC Jan 27, 2018 11:31 AM

What is EWBF miner?

Riptide Jan 27, 2018 05:07 PM

EWBF is a miner client for equihash. It's one of if not the best one. DSTM is the other one out there. EWBF is currently not being developed any more. DSTM is a little bit faster or at least reports a little better hash and is still being developed last I checked.

When I mined zcash I was using EWBF.

Seyiji Jan 27, 2018 06:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Riptide (Post 1338049669)
EWBF is a miner client for equihash. It's one of if not the best one. DSTM is the other one out there. EWBF is currently not being developed any more. DSTM is a little bit faster or at least reports a little better hash and is still being developed last I checked.

When I mined zcash I was using EWBF.

According to commits to Nice Hash Legacy they added initial support for the DTSM miner a couple days ago.

https://github.com/nicehash/NiceHash...commits/master

Dave Jan 28, 2018 01:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dave (Post 1338049620)
Just switched to EWBF miner. Titan Xp's hitting 818 Sols/s, 1080 Ti's at 742 Sols/s

Did some tweaking. 1080 Ti's at 775 sols/s in Equihash. Titan Xp's up to 860 Sols/s

KAC Jan 28, 2018 02:32 AM

What tweaking?
Also, I think I am just going to be doing NiceHash on 3 GPUs and call it a day. It helps that at least 2 / 3 will be water cooled and already the STRIX runs like a champ at 61 C max mining load at 1949 MHz (default boost clocks).

Unless I get a payday, I am not investing any more in this crap.

Dave Jan 28, 2018 07:06 PM



Going to put me at 9 1080 Ti's and 2 Titan Xp's. At $7 a day per card (very conservative) that will be $77 a day, $2310 a month, $28,105 a year. The two 850 watt power supplies I ordered will be replacing the 1000Watt in my main computer and also replacing the 1000W in the Titan Xp system. 850 Watts will be plenty for those pc's and this rig will then be powered by 2 1000W power supplies (both Titanium grade). This will also allow me to take my main computer down to 1 card again and not look like Frankenstein monster with cables all over the place. I have a perfect spot for this rig to go with access to two power outlets that are on different 15A breakers. It should be whisper quiet too with all the cards being AIO cards. I've already figured out how much it will cost to run my air con 24/7, $210 a month, so summer shouldn't be a problem besides the increase in power cost. I would not be doing this if I wasn't paying $0.06 a KWH.

Riptide Jan 28, 2018 07:49 PM

That's pretty sweet!

And you were able to buy those GPU pretty much all day yes? In stock since this AM?

Not exactly cheap but sure beats $1200+

KAC Jan 28, 2018 08:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dave (Post 1338049791)


Going to put me at 9 1080 Ti's and 2 Titan Xp's. At $7 a day per card (very conservative) that will be $77 a day, $2310 a month, $28,105 a year. The two 850 watt power supplies I ordered will be replacing the 1000Watt in my main computer and also replacing the 1000W in the Titan Xp system. 850 Watts will be plenty for those pc's and this rig will then be powered by 2 1000W power supplies (both Titanium grade). This will also allow me to take my main computer down to 1 card again and not look like Frankenstein monster with cables all over the place. I have a perfect spot for this rig to go with access to two power outlets that are on different 15A breakers. It should be whisper quiet too with all the cards being AIO cards. I've already figured out how much it will cost to run my air con 24/7, $210 a month, so summer shouldn't be a problem besides the increase in power cost. I would not be doing this if I wasn't paying $0.06 a KWH.

Called it.

Dave Jan 28, 2018 08:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Riptide (Post 1338049795)
That's pretty sweet!

And you were able to buy those GPU pretty much all day yes? In stock since this AM?

Not exactly cheap but sure beats $1200+

So I think the reason they are still in stock (20 left btw) is because a amazon search for "1080 ti" does not show these cards.

Quote:

Originally Posted by KAC (Post 1338049799)
Called it.

I see you chickened out.

KAC Jan 28, 2018 08:38 PM

Waiting to get my finances in order. Then will go in w/ 6 cards.
What is the total of the above order?

Also you bought refurb cards?

Dave Jan 28, 2018 08:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KAC (Post 1338049802)
Waiting to get my finances in order. Then will go in w/ 6 cards.
What is the total of the above order?

$7200 with tax.

The seller is a msi retailer selling refurbed cards sent back to msi. if you read their reviews all the products either look brand new or are infact brand new in retail boxes. They come witha 180 day msi warranty. good enough for me. if the cards are going to fail, they'll fail in that period.

Fact of the matter is, getting 1080 Ti's for this cheap (especially AIO cooled ones) is extremely rare.

KAC Jan 28, 2018 08:54 PM

I got 2 EVGA AIO for 819 a pop. Either way, I don't think I can do refurb since the 180 day is not valid internationally. Finally, how do you play to mount AIO on the case? Does it support it?

Also I am paying a ton of shipping and import fees on this crap :(.

Hapatingjaky Jan 28, 2018 08:54 PM

**** guys, did I mine alot of **** today.

Minded enough Leystone and Felstate today for two Rethu's, just waiting on the sales to go through.

Dave Jan 28, 2018 08:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KAC (Post 1338049804)
I got 2 EVGA AIO for 819 a pop. Either way, I don't think I can do refurb since the 180 day is not valid internationally. Finally, how do you play to mount AIO on the case? Does it support it?

Also I am paying a ton of shipping and import fees on this crap :(.



That's the case I will be using, doesnt come with fans. will be mounting 7 of the aio's to the case, the last one I haven't figured out yet.

andino Jan 28, 2018 10:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dave (Post 1338049800)
So I think the reason they are still in stock (20 left btw) is because a amazon search for "1080 ti" does not show these cards.



I see you chickened out.

Can't find that deal now.

Dave Jan 28, 2018 10:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andino (Post 1338049814)
Can't find that deal now.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...USWX65VP&psc=1

13 left now, was 20 an hour ago.

KAC Jan 28, 2018 10:31 PM

Just a quick question. Isn't the motherboard asking for 3 PSU inputs?
Also isn't 1000 Watts less for 3 cards w/ AIO on top?

I have everything in my cart. Only second thoughts on graphics cards since AIOs have a habit of crapping out whenever they feel like.

andino Jan 28, 2018 10:45 PM

I got the OK for a dual 1080ti Hybrid rig from the wife.

Now, I'm cheap as hell so I guess I'm waiting for EVGA to get 1080ti's back in stock.

$820 for the SC2 and $850 for the FTW.

I've never had luck with a FTW card. But I have only had 2 of them a long time ago.

Dave Jan 28, 2018 10:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KAC (Post 1338049821)
Just a quick question. Isn't the motherboard asking for 3 PSU inputs?
Also isn't 1000 Watts less for 3 cards w/ AIO on top?

I have everything in my cart. Only second thoughts on graphics cards since AIOs have a habit of crapping out whenever they feel like.

motherboard supports up to 3 PSU's doesnt need 3 to power it.

and your second question doesnt make sense. 1080 Ti is 250Watts TDP, AIO or not.

Dave Jan 28, 2018 10:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andino (Post 1338049824)
I got the OK for a dual 1080ti Hybrid rig from the wife.

Now, I'm cheap as hell so I guess I'm waiting for EVGA to get 1080ti's back in stock.

$820 for the SC2 and $850 for the FTW.

I've never had luck with a FTW card. But I have only had 2 of them a long time ago.

https://twitter.com/EVGA_JacobF?ref_...Ctwgr%5Eauthor

follow him. when new cards come in stock on evga.com he will usually post on twitter.

nycdarkness Jan 28, 2018 10:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dave (Post 1338049791)


Going to put me at 9 1080 Ti's and 2 Titan Xp's. At $7 a day per card (very conservative) that will be $77 a day, $2310 a month, $28,105 a year. The two 850 watt power supplies I ordered will be replacing the 1000Watt in my main computer and also replacing the 1000W in the Titan Xp system. 850 Watts will be plenty for those pc's and this rig will then be powered by 2 1000W power supplies (both Titanium grade). This will also allow me to take my main computer down to 1 card again and not look like Frankenstein monster with cables all over the place. I have a perfect spot for this rig to go with access to two power outlets that are on different 15A breakers. It should be whisper quiet too with all the cards being AIO cards. I've already figured out how much it will cost to run my air con 24/7, $210 a month, so summer shouldn't be a problem besides the increase in power cost. I would not be doing this if I wasn't paying $0.06 a KWH.

How are you getting 7 a day per card. By my tracking it looks to be more like 5-6.

Dave Jan 28, 2018 11:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338049829)
How are you getting 7 a day per card. By my tracking it looks to be more like 5-6.

its fluctuating dramatically.

even at $5 a card -

$55 a day
$1650 a month
$20075 a year. still really good.

OverclockN' Jan 28, 2018 11:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338049829)
How are you getting 7 a day per card. By my tracking it looks to be more like 5-6.

This is what I get as well. Some spikes here and there into uncharted territory...but generally sits at .5500'ish mBTC/day or $6.23 right now at current Bitcoin value.

KAC Jan 28, 2018 11:11 PM

Dave can you answer my queries?


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