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February 25, 2018, 07:56:13 PM
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Crypto Bridge, maybe?
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February 25, 2018, 08:03:01 PM
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hello, the XVG / BTC exchange works on Binance.com
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February 25, 2018, 08:08:28 PM
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Crypto Bridge, maybe?
thanks. it is there and working.
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February 25, 2018, 08:15:16 PM
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Hello, I have a rig with thirteen 1080ti cards, I use the DSTM Miner, the Linux operating system Hive OS, without overclocking, only reduce power consumption 220W. I get ZCL equihash 11.20 ksol/s.
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February 25, 2018, 08:22:20 PM
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So...what are you saying?



I'm checking your Luxcore atm, what's your take?
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February 25, 2018, 08:24:14 PM
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My recent x17 scores, don't know if it is good ...
Gtx 1080ti is running 80% tdp, hw monitoring data included to the pic, but they are fluctuating due to algo nature


What miner do you use for x17 ?
Im getting 14MH/s with 1080ti 80%tdp ;/
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February 25, 2018, 08:29:07 PM
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My recent x17 scores, don't know if it is good ...
Gtx 1080ti is running 80% tdp, hw monitoring data included to the pic, but they are fluctuating due to algo nature


What miner do you use for x17 ?
Im getting 14MH/s with 1080ti 80%tdp ;/
open source alexis ccminer, compiled by myself
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February 25, 2018, 08:35:04 PM
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IFX
According to my (quick) calculation, a 12 GPU rig will make around 20 a day before electricity. Am I missing something?

it depends on difficulty which is extremely various......
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February 25, 2018, 08:35:58 PM
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So you find a hashrate difference depending on the cuda SDK you use to compile?
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February 25, 2018, 08:46:49 PM
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So you find a hashrate difference depending on the cuda SDK you use to compile?
yes, for some cards and some algos. My compile gives 1-1.5 mhs boost for gtx1080ti in my tests but very tiny increase for gtx1070 (comparing to well-known cuda75 64-bit alexis built)
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February 25, 2018, 09:24:19 PM
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Hey all, I got a small mining setup (since mid Jan.) with 2 GPUs running DSTM. The MSI card (90% pwr) runs fine with no problem. Recently I begin to notice that the EVGA card is getting less and less stable unless I dial down the OC setting. Initially, I was running stable (24 hours+ up time) +120 core and +300 mem at 90% power and getting ~750 Sols/s but in the past week DSTM starts to crash and I would have to gradually reduce the OC setting for the EVGA card for it to run stable. I go back and forth on it in the past week battling with this card and now I can only reach stable mining at 90% with no OC at all (670 Sol/s). DSTM would crash immediately if I try to use the stock card setting.

Currently, the stable clock is ~1740 / 5000 mem (no OC at 90%)

Things I tried: -DDU and install fresh driver. -Fresh windows install. -Swap risers (bought a 6-pack) and switch between the PCIEX slots. -Using only the EVGA card (on riser or directly on MOBO). -Tried nicehash, EWBF, and bminer. None of these helped.

Any suggestions on what could be the problem? Any help appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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OS: Windows 10 GPU: 1x EVGA 1080ti SC black. 1x MSI 1080ti gaming
PSU: EVGA 750 G3

Open air, using mobo graphic for display. Using MSI Afterburner. Both card temperature kept at mid 50s. Powering the risers using 6-pin directly connected to PSU.
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February 26, 2018, 01:29:48 AM
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Hey all, I got a small mining setup (since mid Jan.) with 2 GPUs running DSTM. The MSI card (90% pwr) runs fine with no problem. Recently I begin to notice that the EVGA card is getting less and less stable unless I dial down the OC setting. Initially, I was running stable (24 hours+ up time) +120 core and +300 mem at 90% power and getting ~750 Sols/s but in the past week DSTM starts to crash and I would have to gradually reduce the OC setting for the EVGA card for it to run stable. I go back and forth on it in the past week battling with this card and now I can only reach stable mining at 90% with no OC at all (670 Sol/s). DSTM would crash immediately if I try to use the stock card setting.

Currently, the stable clock is ~1740 / 5000 mem (no OC at 90%)

Things I tried: -DDU and install fresh driver. -Fresh windows install. -Swap risers (bought a 6-pack) and switch between the PCIEX slots. -Using only the EVGA card (on riser or directly on MOBO). -Tried nicehash, EWBF, and bminer. None of these helped.

Any suggestions on what could be the problem? Any help appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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OS: Windows 10 GPU: 1x EVGA 1080ti SC black. 1x MSI 1080ti gaming
PSU: EVGA 750 G3

Open air, using mobo graphic for display. Using MSI Afterburner. Both card temperature kept at mid 50s. Powering the risers using 6-pin directly connected to PSU.


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February 26, 2018, 07:04:06 AM
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Hey all, I got a small mining setup (since mid Jan.) with 2 GPUs running DSTM. The MSI card (90% pwr) runs fine with no problem. Recently I begin to notice that the EVGA card is getting less and less stable unless I dial down the OC setting. Initially, I was running stable (24 hours+ up time) +120 core and +300 mem at 90% power and getting ~750 Sols/s but in the past week DSTM starts to crash and I would have to gradually reduce the OC setting for the EVGA card for it to run stable. I go back and forth on it in the past week battling with this card and now I can only reach stable mining at 90% with no OC at all (670 Sol/s). DSTM would crash immediately if I try to use the stock card setting.

Currently, the stable clock is ~1740 / 5000 mem (no OC at 90%)

Things I tried: -DDU and install fresh driver. -Fresh windows install. -Swap risers (bought a 6-pack) and switch between the PCIEX slots. -Using only the EVGA card (on riser or directly on MOBO). -Tried nicehash, EWBF, and bminer. None of these helped.

Any suggestions on what could be the problem? Any help appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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OS: Windows 10 GPU: 1x EVGA 1080ti SC black. 1x MSI 1080ti gaming
PSU: EVGA 750 G3

Open air, using mobo graphic for display. Using MSI Afterburner. Both card temperature kept at mid 50s. Powering the risers using 6-pin directly connected to PSU.
try to use it at stock settings, try to use only evga with overclock, try to use another PSU. May be not enough power or may be badly overclocking card.

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February 26, 2018, 08:01:54 AM
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Hey all, I got a small mining setup (since mid Jan.) with 2 GPUs running DSTM. The MSI card (90% pwr) runs fine with no problem. Recently I begin to notice that the EVGA card is getting less and less stable unless I dial down the OC setting. Initially, I was running stable (24 hours+ up time) +120 core and +300 mem at 90% power and getting ~750 Sols/s but in the past week DSTM starts to crash and I would have to gradually reduce the OC setting for the EVGA card for it to run stable. I go back and forth on it in the past week battling with this card and now I can only reach stable mining at 90% with no OC at all (670 Sol/s). DSTM would crash immediately if I try to use the stock card setting.

Currently, the stable clock is ~1740 / 5000 mem (no OC at 90%)

Things I tried: -DDU and install fresh driver. -Fresh windows install. -Swap risers (bought a 6-pack) and switch between the PCIEX slots. -Using only the EVGA card (on riser or directly on MOBO). -Tried nicehash, EWBF, and bminer. None of these helped.

Any suggestions on what could be the problem? Any help appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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OS: Windows 10 GPU: 1x EVGA 1080ti SC black. 1x MSI 1080ti gaming
PSU: EVGA 750 G3

Open air, using mobo graphic for display. Using MSI Afterburner. Both card temperature kept at mid 50s. Powering the risers using 6-pin directly connected to PSU.

You tried all I could think of:
To change PCI-e slots, and use it without risers
Swap Risers
Standalone Card without any other cards on the rig

Have you tried to change PCI-e cable that goes from PSU to card? Also try to change position of PCI-e cable on the PSU to different slot?



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February 26, 2018, 08:43:08 AM
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So with 8 x 1080ti and some change (multicore cpus, some 1050tis etc) I make barely 0.5 Zcoin per day ($26).
hmmm, some new coins with lyra2z algo can take you slightly higher profit...
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February 26, 2018, 08:57:52 AM
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So with 8 x 1080ti and some change (multicore cpus, some 1050tis etc) I make barely 0.5 Zcoin per day ($26).
hmmm, some new coins with lyra2z algo can take you slightly higher profit...
which one? could you give us some good advices
thank you in advance... Cheesy

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February 26, 2018, 09:02:23 AM
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Hey all, I got a small mining setup (since mid Jan.) with 2 GPUs running DSTM. The MSI card (90% pwr) runs fine with no problem. Recently I begin to notice that the EVGA card is getting less and less stable unless I dial down the OC setting. Initially, I was running stable (24 hours+ up time) +120 core and +300 mem at 90% power and getting ~750 Sols/s but in the past week DSTM starts to crash and I would have to gradually reduce the OC setting for the EVGA card for it to run stable. I go back and forth on it in the past week battling with this card and now I can only reach stable mining at 90% with no OC at all (670 Sol/s). DSTM would crash immediately if I try to use the stock card setting.

Currently, the stable clock is ~1740 / 5000 mem (no OC at 90%)

Things I tried: -DDU and install fresh driver. -Fresh windows install. -Swap risers (bought a 6-pack) and switch between the PCIEX slots. -Using only the EVGA card (on riser or directly on MOBO). -Tried nicehash, EWBF, and bminer. None of these helped.

Any suggestions on what could be the problem? Any help appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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OS: Windows 10 GPU: 1x EVGA 1080ti SC black. 1x MSI 1080ti gaming
PSU: EVGA 750 G3

Open air, using mobo graphic for display. Using MSI Afterburner. Both card temperature kept at mid 50s. Powering the risers using 6-pin directly connected to PSU.

I don´t know your mobo and cpu, but if it has an intel GPU onboard, try to disable the driver over device manager (just make sure you connect your video output from a discrete card to the screen) or better disable the integrated grafics inside the bios.

Hope it helps, I gain lot of fps (+15 to 30) while playing on an A17R4 ( 6700qh + 1070 gtx) if I do the device manager trick! (Caution: never tryed to go back to intel graphics - FN + F7 - while driver was disabled, but in that case I think you will just need to boot with F8 on VGA mode and reenable or uninstal the disabled intel graphics or DDU remove it)
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February 26, 2018, 10:09:04 AM
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Guys?

I know this is not quite about Ti but it felt that this topic was the right place for this question:

I currently got 1080 which does 550 sols 118wats and that is a nice ratio...
I have a cool offer to get another 1080 for 600e brand new with waranty, or just wait for 2-3 months for the new NVidia GPUs (they will cost approx 600e).
In those 3 months at this state with this hash ratio I would do around 220e which is 1/3 ROI of that card.

What would you do?

Thanks!
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February 26, 2018, 10:40:39 AM
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I would consider a Ti for about 33% more, knowing it will retain better resale value when the new GPU comes out.
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February 26, 2018, 10:43:46 AM
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So you find a hashrate difference depending on the cuda SDK you use to compile?
yes, for some cards and some algos. My compile gives 1-1.5 mhs boost for gtx1080ti in my tests but very tiny increase for gtx1070 (comparing to well-known cuda75 64-bit alexis built)
Do you know a tutorial explaining how to compile on Windows from alexis source code?
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