GPU Mining My very first equipment! 4x 1070s and Two 580s

GPU Mining My very first equipment! [4x 1070s and Two 580s]

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Posted: 06 Dec 2018 01:02 AM PST

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Posted: 06 Dec 2018 03:54 AM PST

Seems to be explosions of conflicting information on this.

Have a fresh 13gpu equipment ready to go at the end of this week. Today is the final intense build day.

I have sata>,pcie powered risers (13), a 1000w EVGA, and 2x 1200w HP 240 PSU with breakout houtvezelplaat for the cards.

The pickle i’m ter is powering the risers via the EVGA PSU versus using the HP psus that are meant for the cards directly. I’ve read that you need to have the risers powered by the same PSU spil the cards. I’ve read it doesnt matter. I’m also now reading that powering Trio risers with sata is OK. Ive read that only Two risers via sata is ok, and i’ve also read (lol) that only one riser should be powered vanaf cable, and it should also be powering the card itself (essentially one riser+card on the same cable)

Since my HP PSU’s only come with single 6/8 speld pcie cables, powering the riser and card on the same dedicated line isn’t possible. If each riser needs a dedicated pcie cable rechtstreeks to psu (no sata connector) then i’m going to need yet another PSU to power it all. Lots of connections!

Lots of conflicting information, would anyone weigh ter on the clear overeenstemming, if there is one at all?

Posted: 06 Dec 2018 07:31 AM PST

Old schoolgebouw miner from Bitcoin 2013 days.

Fired up the equipment and waterput a AMD Vega 64 into a Mantiz Venus eGPU opbergruimte and connected it to my Thunderbolt 1 MacBook Voor.

I used ethminer to get it going and it only pulled 10Mh ter the miner.

I checked online and other people were getting 4-6x more hashes than mij. How is this possible?

If it helps, the Mac is a 2011 MacBook Professional (I attempted on a 2014 Regina MBP, same haha rate). I use the reference Vega 64, and ethminer te MacOS High Sierra.

Can’t seem to figure it out 🙁

EDIT: my Instruction line is ./ethminer –farm-recheck 200 -G -S us1.ethermine.org:4444 -FS us2.ethermine.org:4444 -O My.ETH.Address.mbp

Posted: 06 Dec 2018 06:50 AM PST

Hi guys, I just added Two more 1080TIs to my equipment of 6 1070, specifically the ZOTAC GTX 1080 TI AMP! EXTREME. Reinstalled Nvidia drivers, device manager shows all 8 GPUs. However, I wasgoed incapable to set the fan settings for both the 1080TIs, it just shows the GPU name spil GP102-A on Afterburner. Temp and speeds are shown on Afterburner however.

Using Windows Ten Professional is that makes a difference.

Posted: 06 Dec 2018 12:11 AM PST

Product linked below. I recently got this bad boy today. What am I suppose to do with the green screw?

If no part of this PDU touches metal casing that touches ground, I’m suppose to run a copper wire from this green screw to a metal casing that touches ground?

Posted: 05 Dec 2018 11:06 AM PST

One of the most challenging aspects of cryptocurrency mining is finding the most profitable coins to mine.

A few services exist, but nothing strikes what the creators of WhatToMine.com have done ter a few brief months.

The big benefit of the gegevens suggested by WhatToMine is a ranking of cryptocurrencies by mining profitability.

The =SS() function, available ter Google Sheets spil part of the Spreadstreet Google Sheets Add-in, permits the user to pull ter two seperate endpoints from the WhatToMine API:

  1. Stats – Used to compare the profitability of all GPU based cryptocurrencies
  2. ASIC – Used to compare the profitability of all ASIC coins

How to install

1. Go to the “Add-ons” spijskaart, and click on “Get add-ons”.

Two. On the Add-ons panel, search for “Spreadstreet”, click on “+ FREE” to install it.

Trio. Choose under which account you want to install the Add-on.

Four. Spreadstreet needs to connect to an outer API, click on “Permit”.

Note on security: All add-ins within the store go through a review. This is a wonderful security measure, especially ter the Crypto industry, which is rife with scams and hacks.

Five. Make sure the add-on is activated ter your sheet:

  1. Go to Add-on >, Spreadstreet >, Help
  2. Click on View ter store , then click on Manage and check Use te this document :

Tadaa You are now able to use the =SS() function to pull te all sorts of amazing gegevens within the cryptocurrency space.

How to use for GPU-Mineable Coins

How does WhatToMine calculate profitability for GPU-mineable cryptocurrencies?

  • All values are based on a default configuration and hash power of Trio Radeon RX480 graphics cards
  • Price is formulated from the following exchanges: Abucoins, Bitfinex, Bittrex, Bleutrade, Cryptopia, HitBTC, Poloniex, YoBit
  • Hash rate and wattage vary by algorithm. See the main pagina of WhatToMine for default values
  • Calculations are based on mean values, so final results will vary

What is the calculation missing?

  • Calculation does not account for future switches te price
  • Calculation does not account for future switches te network hash rate
  • Block prizes are immobilized, future block prize reductions not taken into consideration
  • No significant switches to the underlying algorithm are assumed (for example, the Casper update)

Get most profitable GPU coins

Call the function =SS(“get-stats-whattomine”, true) to terugwedstrijd various stats from GPU-minable cryptocurrencies.

  • 13 different GPU mining algorithms available, including: CryptoNight, Ethash, NeoScrypt, Equihash, Groestl, Skunkhash, Blake (14r), Pascal, LBRY, X11Gost, Blake (2b), Lyra2REv2, and Myriad-Groestl
  • Gegevens returned includes: Coin, ID, Tag, Algorithm, Block Time, Block Prize, Block Prize 24, Last Block, Difficulty, Difficulty 24, Netwerk Hash, Exchange Rate, Exchange Rate Volume, Exchange Rate Currency, Market Cap, Estimated Prizes, Estimated Prizes 24, BTC Revenue, BTC Revenue 24, Profitability, Profitability 24, Lagging, and Timestamp

Example usage using the GUI:

Click “Add” to view the list of available APIs

Click on the “WhatToMine” icon

Click “Run”. This will paste values into the presently selected Cell, and save that te the main GUI for future retrieval

Example usage using the =SS() Formula:

=QUERY(A:W,”select A, T where T is not null order by T desc”) comes back the most profitable GPU-minable cryptocurrencies.

How to use for ASIC-Mineable Coins

How does WhatToMine calculate profitability for ASIC-mineable cryptocurrencies?

  • SHA-256 values are adapted for Antminer S9, Scrypt for L3+ and X11 for D3.
  • Price is formulated from the following exchanges: Abucoins, Bitfinex, Bittrex, Bleutrade, Cryptopia, HitBTC, Poloniex, YoBit
  • Hash rate and wattage vary by algorithm. See the main pagina of WhatToMine for default values
  • Calculations are based on mean values, so final results will vary

What is the calculation missing?

  • Calculation does not account for future switches te price
  • Calculation does not account for future switches ter network hash rate
  • Block prizes are immobile, future block prize reductions not taken into consideration
  • No significant switches to the underlying algorithm are assumed (for example, the Casper update)

Get most profitable ASIC coins

Call the function =SS(“get-asic-whattomine”, true) to terugwedstrijd various stats from ASIC-minable cryptocurrencies.

  • Five different ASIC mining algorithms available, including: SHA-256, Scrypt, X11, Qubit, Quark
  • Gegevens returned includes: Coin, ID, Tag, Algorithm, Block Time, Block Prize, Block Prize 24, Last Block, Difficulty, Difficulty 24, Nipt Hash, Exchange Rate, Exchange Rate Volume, Exchange Rate Currency, Market Cap, Estimated Prizes, Estimated Prizes 24, BTC Revenue, BTC Revenue 24, Profitability, Profitability 24, Lagging, and Timestamp

=QUERY(A:W,”select A, T where T is not null order by T desc”) comebacks the most profitable GPU-minable cryptocurrencies.

Related movie: Bitcoin Q&A: What happens to our bitcoins during a hard fork?


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