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February 18, 2018, 10:53:34 AM
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I'm thinking of buying extra gpu cards for mining. Doesn't anyway one know the approximate time to make 1 ethereum with These cards

On 03.02.2018 I was making 0.05ETH in 69hours with 5 x 1080ti with ethminer at 38h/s per card.
Your hashrate is very lower at 38h/s, other software would yield a different hashrate,
Maybe ethminer is only showing a lower hashrate than it's actually mining.
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February 18, 2018, 12:41:16 PM
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February 18, 2018, 01:53:29 PM
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I'm thinking of buying extra gpu cards for mining. Doesn't anyway one know the approximate time to make 1 ethereum with These cards

On 03.02.2018 I was making 0.05ETH in 69hours with 5 x 1080ti with ethminer at 38h/s per card.
Your hashrate is very lower at 38h/s, other software would yield a different hashrate,
Maybe ethminer is only showing a lower hashrate than it's actually mining.

What hashrate do you achieve and with what software?
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February 18, 2018, 04:27:10 PM
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Get a box fan or something to help dissipate the hot air
Interestingly I just read that running phi with an intensity of 22 helps cut temps down slightly.  It not only cut a degree off my temps but increased hash slightly as well.

Since my rig is a mutt with many different makes/models in play it is harder to tweak and get maximum output.  Requires a lot of time babysitting the client to make sure it doesn't go down after the last clock adjustment, etc..  This is part of the fun yes?  That said I wish I had all the same models just from a simplification point of view.

The aorus extreme is the best one I've used so far even though I can't seem to get it clocked much higher than the out of box speeds.  It runs cool, quiet, and is fairly quick.
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February 18, 2018, 04:40:20 PM
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I would buy now, next month there will be only an announcement
that's what I did, mate  Smiley
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February 18, 2018, 07:31:43 PM
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I'm thinking of buying extra gpu cards for mining. Doesn't anyway one know the approximate time to make 1 ethereum with These cards

On 03.02.2018 I was making 0.05ETH in 69hours with 5 x 1080ti with ethminer at 38h/s per card.


Mine ETH with 1080ti not a good idea at all.

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February 18, 2018, 08:02:22 PM
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I'm trying to get the maximum hash possible which requires higher TDP while at the same time attempting to keep heat down.

If I have to roll back TDP because of heat then I will.  Partly why I'm fishing around for heat figures and what is deemed generally good values to shoot for.
You did mind that your cards will reach their life end way earlier if you run them @100%?

I think people make up a lot of these "theories" or numbers.  These cards are designed to run >70.  Either way, most cards have 3-4 year warranties...
Yeah, I'm surprised to see some want to keep the temps below 60°C
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February 18, 2018, 08:34:59 PM
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I'm trying to get the maximum hash possible which requires higher TDP while at the same time attempting to keep heat down.

If I have to roll back TDP because of heat then I will.  Partly why I'm fishing around for heat figures and what is deemed generally good values to shoot for.
You did mind that your cards will reach their life end way earlier if you run them @100%?

I think people make up a lot of these "theories" or numbers.  These cards are designed to run >70.  Either way, most cards have 3-4 year warranties...
Yeah, I'm surprised to see some want to keep the temps below 60°C

I think 60 to 70 degree is fine. That is my target.
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February 18, 2018, 10:30:38 PM
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I'm trying to get the maximum hash possible which requires higher TDP while at the same time attempting to keep heat down.

If I have to roll back TDP because of heat then I will.  Partly why I'm fishing around for heat figures and what is deemed generally good values to shoot for.
You did mind that your cards will reach their life end way earlier if you run them @100%?

I think people make up a lot of these "theories" or numbers.  These cards are designed to run >70.  Either way, most cards have 3-4 year warranties...
Yeah, I'm surprised to see some want to keep the temps below 60°C

I think 60 to 70 degree is fine. That is my target.

I'm fine with those temperatures too. I try to keep things below 80C for the max whenever possible, with ~70C being the goal.

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February 19, 2018, 12:29:18 AM
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you should definitely shoot for less than 70 degrees. While the card can function above 70 degrees, it's not designed for continuous and optimal use at that temperature, and is likely to reduce the longevity of the card considerably...

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February 19, 2018, 12:46:12 AM
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Thought I'd jump in the mix and give data of what I'm seeing.  I bought a Gigabyte 1080ti watercooled, and MSI Gaming 1080ti X, and an EVGA 1080ti.  The Gigabyte has the best hash rate and lowest temp (duh), the EVGA isn't far behind, and the MSI is in last place.  I'll post some numbers up soon.
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February 19, 2018, 06:16:16 AM
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I'm thinking of buying extra gpu cards for mining. Doesn't anyway one know the approximate time to make 1 ethereum with These cards

On 03.02.2018 I was making 0.05ETH in 69hours with 5 x 1080ti with ethminer at 38h/s per card.
why you decided to mine ETH on 1080ti? It`s looks same as to choke nails with a microscope. you can do it, but why???

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February 19, 2018, 06:25:11 AM
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Thought I'd jump in the mix and give data of what I'm seeing.  I bought a Gigabyte 1080ti watercooled, and MSI Gaming 1080ti X, and an EVGA 1080ti.  The Gigabyte has the best hash rate and lowest temp (duh), the EVGA isn't far behind, and the MSI is in last place.  I'll post some numbers up soon.

i'd like to see the numbers, I bought a snowblind 942 gaming computer and it came with the msi 1080ti gpu. currently I've gotten 64mh/s consistently on nicehash, but when I script mine i'm getting 70 mh/s or a little more. running 83 degree Celsius with this current card. no overclocking done. are the numbers that different?
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February 19, 2018, 07:01:06 AM
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I'm thinking of buying extra gpu cards for mining. Doesn't anyway one know the approximate time to make 1 ethereum with These cards

On 03.02.2018 I was making 0.05ETH in 69hours with 5 x 1080ti with ethminer at 38h/s per card.
why you decided to mine ETH on 1080ti? It`s looks same as to choke nails with a microscope. you can do it, but why???

That was a short test run Smiley Nowadays, I'm mining ZEC. What about you?
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February 19, 2018, 07:10:33 AM
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I'm thinking of buying extra gpu cards for mining. Doesn't anyway one know the approximate time to make 1 ethereum with These cards

On 03.02.2018 I was making 0.05ETH in 69hours with 5 x 1080ti with ethminer at 38h/s per card.
why you decided to mine ETH on 1080ti? It`s looks same as to choke nails with a microscope. you can do it, but why???

That was a short test run Smiley Nowadays, I'm mining ZEC. What about you?

Do you have 2 cards? I made 38mh/s at around 63 Celcius... Here you can see my conf vs. results: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-nt-qrBJWz9gXytLmJqtNVG75hjuIXHzbw1eAqvXHEo/edit?usp=sharing
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February 19, 2018, 07:10:46 AM
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I run ewbf zcash miner on nanopool

700-740 avg. It can spike up or down. Adding a 1060 and hoping to hit at least 1000 hash rate
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February 19, 2018, 08:21:25 AM
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you should definitely shoot for less than 70 degrees. While the card can function above 70 degrees, it's not designed for continuous and optimal use at that temperature, and is likely to reduce the longevity of the card considerably...

At that temperatures (70+ degrees Celsius) chip will degrade much faster and vents will burn out soon.
You will started to get artifacts and your card will regularly keep getting errors.

Also keep in mind that if you have surfaces with such big temperatures and you bring in cold air you risk to get bad solder joints on card.

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February 19, 2018, 08:34:30 AM
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you should definitely shoot for less than 70 degrees. While the card can function above 70 degrees, it's not designed for continuous and optimal use at that temperature, and is likely to reduce the longevity of the card considerably...

At that temperatures (70+ degrees Celsius) chip will degrade much faster and vents will burn out soon.
You will started to get artifacts and your card will regularly keep getting errors.

Also keep in mind that if you have surfaces with such big temperatures and you bring in cold air you risk to get bad solder joints on card.

This fairytale is so far from the truth. 75-82 degree is definitely ok for gtx 1080 ti, and auto fan keeping it as the target.
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February 19, 2018, 10:08:03 AM
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you should definitely shoot for less than 70 degrees. While the card can function above 70 degrees, it's not designed for continuous and optimal use at that temperature, and is likely to reduce the longevity of the card considerably...

At that temperatures (70+ degrees Celsius) chip will degrade much faster and vents will burn out soon.
You will started to get artifacts and your card will regularly keep getting errors.

Also keep in mind that if you have surfaces with such big temperatures and you bring in cold air you risk to get bad solder joints on card.

This fairytale is so far from the truth. 75-82 degree is definitely ok for gtx 1080 ti, and auto fan keeping it as the target.


Yes it is OK, electronics can handle that temps without any problems,but do you really think that can do this for few years on 24/7 regime?

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February 19, 2018, 10:30:21 AM
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Ofcourse...

Let GPU fans at 100% with temptarget 60C is definitively bad idea...

80C with fans at 80% is way better...


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