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Hey everyone,I'm a beginner at this.I want to mine Litecoins using the Nvidia 750Ti I'll get next month.Can anyone offer any advice on what all stuff I should do?I'll be dualbooting(its a new rig) with Win8 and Ubuntu Studio.I checked the links on the first page but all info was for mining with AMD cards.Thanks everyone!
I would go read this whole thread
http://www.overclock.net/t/1468166/gtx-750-ti-mining
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Does anybody have any experience trying to mine SHA-256 coins with GPU's? Is there any particulars I need to know before trying?

Yes, don't do it tongue.gif
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Does anybody have any experience trying to mine SHA-256 coins with GPU's? Is there any particulars I need to know before trying?

yes, that your hash power will be a grain of sand in the desert
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Yes, don't do it tongue.gif

This lol

Unless difficulty is below 0.5 and even then it's probably pointless

In other news I think the death of alt crypto's is going to be exchanges, if most cannot handle the traffic that 0.2% of the globe produce I hate to imagine how crippled exchanges will be when when even 2% of the population get into trading
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4x 290x? Yeah i would go for something like a 1500w.

No worries regarding burning the house down, for the time go for 2 or 3 cards with some space between and you should be fine in terms of temps. Just prepare for some noise tongue.gif

I currently have a Cooler Master 1500w.
Noise wouldn't be an issue, as I would be at work 9-5. Sleeping might be a problem though.. ;c)

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I've got 4 780's and my 1250w is insufficient. I can't boost them all to the max.
Thanks for the info...
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I would assume that a 1500w should be OK, but i see some saying that a 290x draws ~350w mining (others are saying 310-320 and if so 1500w should be good and still have another 250w for the Cpu / MB). Undervolting that should bring it down a bit though. Anyone mining some 290x's here?

Thanks for the input! I also hear that once they're under water they draw less power, so that's something to look forward to...
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Thanks for the input! I also hear that once they're under water they draw less power, so that's something to look forward to...

That's so not true! Once they're under water, you get to push the voltages and the clocks harder. I find overvolting and overclocking gives you the same mh/w but just more of it. biggrin.gif
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That's so not true! Once they're under water, you get to push the voltages and the clocks harder. I find overvolting and overclocking gives you the same mh/w but just more of it. biggrin.gif

Haha, well, I guess I'll be doing that too.. ;c) But, then I'll probably need to go the dual PSU route...
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Erm... What?



That's crazy. I need to fix that.


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Hey guys.. I have (4) 290x I just picked up for a gaming rig I am going to watercool.. My question is.. Should I start mining with them in my bench setup right now, or wait until I watercool?

I have three on air. But only the bottom two are sandwiched together. You can try it, my sandwiched cards are about 77c on the afterburner fan profile [temp=fan%] and the top card that has a slot free beneath it only hits 73c. I don't think you will hurt them.
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