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Standard User jorkila
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 22-Aug-17 10:40:17
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I mined for around a month during the dip and then stopped but I'm currently getting between £12-£13 after selling costs.
Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Tue 22-Aug-17 16:15:37
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I dont thin miners are buying much 1070s, the pricing for 1070s has been as low as I have ever seen it indicating demand has dropped off, 1060s are whats currently been flouted around, it seems they actually weirdly flocking for rx vega's which makes no sense to me, but looking at whats selling out that seems to be the pattern.

Glad you gave a bit more info this time round on the coincs, still vague tho wink

I think it sounds like you constantly moving from one coin to another which is why maybe you dont to name the coin you mining on your 1080s right now, not sure if I am going to bother sitting working out regurly which could beat euthorium I rather just set and forget it, but will probably look at it some more over the next few weeks, to see if anything beats euthorium on 1060s and 1070s.

I think the real point when pascal resale values drop is when volta launches.

£550 for 3 cards seems fairy tale land on euthorium for july exchange rates, so still seems something you not revealing. Nanopool is estimating 64usd for the month on my 1070, 3 1070s would make that about 180-200usd, nowhere near the levels you mentioned, and this is with the 50% hike in euthorium value.

Or was that £550 including previously mined coins you was hoarding?

Ahh so you have 5 not 3 cards, makes bit more sense now.

Can you list the card, the coin and earnings per day ? for say last 5 days?

When I google this stuff people just say everything else sucks compared to ethorium including zcash but I think they not sharing as they dont want sheep ruining what they doing.

Edited by Chrysalis (Tue 22-Aug-17 16:16:42)

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(legend) Tue 22-Aug-17 16:16:26
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seems very low for a month mate.


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Standard User jorkila
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 22-Aug-17 18:07:03
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lol that's a week laugh
Standard User IranianGiraffe
(committed) Tue 22-Aug-17 18:58:29
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Up until last week nearly everywhere in UK was OOS on 1070 due to the mining and even now a lot of places are out of stock on a lot of them apart from the expensive versions that are like £450 each.

If you go to somewhere like whattomine.com and select your card it will give you a basic idea of whats the most profitable to mine although it is never completely up to date so the figures will never be 100% correct if you select current profit and difficulty.
setting it to the last 7 days on a 1070 tells me that it was better to mine Zclassic than Ethereum (which was 2nd highest).

I honestly can't tell you which coin I mine as it changes quite regularly but I can say that for the majority of the last month it was SIGT and then the rest of the time it would have been all the coins I mentioned before.

Like I said it wasn't £550 for Etherium I have never mined that with my cards, It was a mixture of the coins I mentioned and I got about another £100 from the rise in value of Bitcoin that I was holding. So basically I got about £450 from coins I mined and sold and £100 for the rise of bitcoin on the amount I was holding.

The prices of the cards will drop when Volta launches but they are not out for a while and even then the previous ti cards hold their prices fairly well.

I can't really give you a proper breakdown of the amounts for sure each card earns as they are in 2 rigs going to 1 wallet BUT.........

I currently have 0.0193 Bitcoin in the exchange from selling coins the last 4 days and Bitcoin is currently £3081 so that's around £59.50 in 4 days. ( so around £15 a day although electric costs come to around £2.50 a day so it's around £12.50 a day profit)

Depending on the coin being mined the performance of the cards can be different and so the returns different but I'll give you a few examples

Any Equihash-- (Zcash etc) 1080 does around 500Mh the 1080ti does 700Mh so the 1080ti is 40% better at mining than the 1080 for that. (costs around 30% more),

SIGT-- 1070 does 25Mh , the 1080 does 33Mh and the 1080ti around 47Mh so the 1080ti is 88% better than the 1070 and 42% better than the 1080 at mining SIGT.

LBRY-- 1070 does 270Mh a 1080 360Mh and a 1080ti 470Mh so the 1080ti is 74% better than the 1070 and 30% better than a 1080 for mining LBRY.

The 1080ti costs around 85% more than a 1070 and around 30% more than a 1080 and as you can see for the examples about it can be better or a little worse on the ROI. The difference is at the end of it when youve got the money back you have a 1080ti card to sell if you want rather than a 1070 etc.
Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Tue 22-Aug-17 21:01:59
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whattomine is excellent, thanks for this information.

The issue is how do you get by the minimum cash out problem?

Jorkila says he made £15 in a week, I dont know if he is still using nanopool, but on my nanopool account I cannot cash out such a small amount.

You said you dont mine into a pool, does that also give you more flexibility in that you can basically cash out anything you mined when you want?

I can see on the 1070 etherium is not the best but the best is not much better, maybe 10-15%. the 1080ti is weaker for mining eth than the 1070 but the other coins have a much bigger jump on the 1080ti I assume able to use its hardware better.

Best coin for 1070 is $2.53 revenue
Best coin for 1080 is $2.95 revenue
Best coin for 1080ti is $3.84 revenue

guys if you want to view my stats on nanopool then look at https://eth.nanopool.org/account/0xa40744655e0cb77ea...

Hopefully jorkilla you share yours also £15 seems high for a week, if you are actually using nanopool you must be getting an impressive hash rate.

Edited by Chrysalis (Tue 22-Aug-17 21:03:13)

Standard User IranianGiraffe
(committed) Tue 22-Aug-17 21:54:44
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I mine into pools, I just don't mine Ethereum.

I use Suprnova.cc 90% of the time and when setup you can decide the payout amount for each coin (although you pay a small amount of coin as fee each time)

The 1080ti is just simply more powerful with higher clock speeds etc and so can mine faster because of it.

The amounts will always be changing on the cards/coins per day but the 1080ti will always be above the 1070/1080 because it just mines faster.

I don't have a minimum cash out issue because I can set it to what I want at suprnova but even if I couldn't with the 5 cards it only takes a day to mine 0.05 Zcash etc and that's well over any minimums I've seen.
The other coins are worth a lot less and as such you can mine a fair few, Skein and SIGT, for instance, I set the minimum to 50 of each as I mine them quickly.
Standard User jorkila
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 22-Aug-17 23:48:52
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I'm using Nanopool and actually said that I get around £12 a week mate @31Mh/s.

I have my minimum payout set to .05 which you can change in settings on the website.

https://eth.nanopool.org/account/0xbf0ef370769523fd1... I have stopped it for a few minutes a few times today though.
Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Wed 23-Aug-17 03:04:13
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ok

by the way regarding claymore, analysing how he takes his fee it can murder your rates.

It switches to devfee mode every so often, and because you can get shares in clusters, hence my wavy graph, if it goes into devfee mode on a fast share surge the mining rate will get murdered for that period of time.

Also I compared the affect of enabling the -nofee flag (disables the fees at some optimsiation reduction)
During this testing eth and sia dual mining and eth on max intensity.

I was with the devfee mode enabled getting about 30.2 eth and 600 sia
Just turned it off, and eth is hit a little about 29 but sia much more in terms of % down to about 570

After spending some time dual mining I think it isnt worth it, all the altcoins on claymore have no signs of rising value, nanopool estimates is about 8usd for the month if I maintain 600Mh on it.

However to keep eth at 30 or higher whilst mining sia takes some doing, as you know I previously had lowered eth intensity so PC is useable and also helps keep power draw down, I had to raise intensity to 8 otherwise raising sia intensity to hit 600 murders eth hash rates, at 30/600 rates my power draw is 110 watts instead of 70 watts, PC is very laggy and card is running 7C hotter, all for maybe 3-4 usd profit per month. Since eth projected rates go down slightly even in this config and is extra power costs.

It was an experiment but will go back to single coin mining, and now going to try ethminer and Genoil which seems to be rated quite well.

I also observed when you first start claymore, the share rate is great for 15-30 mins then stays lower for hours.

Edited by Chrysalis (Wed 23-Aug-17 03:05:08)

Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Wed 23-Aug-17 03:07:57
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see this, 6 shares in 12 mins after starting up, all the spikes on my graph are from when claymore first starts.

Can see also 2 shares 22 secs apart.

GPU0 t=59C fan=54%
ETH: 08/23/17-03:05:20 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ETH: Share accepted (47 ms)!
ETH: 08/23/17-03:05:35 - New job from eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999
ETH - Total Speed: 28.840 Mh/s, Total Shares: 6, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:12
ETH: GPU0 28.840 Mh/s
SC - Total Speed: 576.809 Mh/s, Total Shares: 5, Rejected: 0
SC: GPU0 576.809 Mh/s
GPU0 t=59C fan=54%
ETH: 08/23/17-03:05:42 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ETH: Share accepted (47 ms)!


Edited by Chrysalis (Wed 23-Aug-17 03:10:33)

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