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Whats the typical hashrate to expect on a GTX 770, GTX780 and 780Ti? I heard that cudaminer has improved to make them hash at similar rates to AMD cards. I'm thinking of getting a GTX 780 for $450 and using it for gaming and mining

I wanna do the same thing...don't wanna overpay for a 280X really.
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2 million block reward but that 384 billion coin count makes up for it. The block payout scheme looks like a combo of Dogecoin and Earthcoin.

This article sums it up nicely: http://cryptolife.net/the-anatomy-of-a-scamcoin-7-things-to-know-before-investing-in-an-altcoin/
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Whats the typical hashrate to expect on a GTX 770, GTX780 and 780Ti? I heard that cudaminer has improved to make them hash at similar rates to AMD cards. I'm thinking of getting a GTX 780 for $450 and using it for gaming and mining

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Bumping this. Anyone?

Anything Kepler based and older is a waste of time. 770 is the best of the worst topping out at around 350khash.

gtx780 is decent and from whatI've seenh as an average of around 550khash. I haven't seen too much from 780ti owners, around 650 khash. This is running on windows.

AMD is still far and away better. 280x yields around 800khash for comparisons sake for half the price of a 780ti.

So while the new cudaminer is better, don't believe the exaggerated garbage that falls out of your friends mouths.
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Whats the typical hashrate to expect on a GTX 770, GTX780 and 780Ti? I heard that cudaminer has improved to make them hash at similar rates to AMD cards. I'm thinking of getting a GTX 780 for $450 and using it for gaming and mining

You should expect around 350 KH/s with a 770, so nothing impressive there... Has anyone had any issues with Hashfaster? The pool reports my hashing rate just fine but i get nothing even after a few hours of mining.
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MOONcoin...to the moon? scheduled to launch before the New Year. this just feels like a hyped up pump n dump...2M starting block rewards ROFL. but (imo) its funny and could catch fire. who knows?

...there are already Multipool and Alternatepool (switching pools) ready to go for launch...could be big.

I've been following that too, but I put my chances of finding a block before the multipools switch to be ~0. A name like mooncoin, why couldn't they do an EAC and announce just a few hours beforehand, and then have a bug which makes pools inefficient? :mad:

 

At least we won't have to stay up until 5AM for the launch.

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You should expect around 350 KH/s with a 770, so nothing impressive there... Has anyone had any issues with Hashfaster? The pool reports my hashing rate just fine but i get nothing even after a few hours of mining.

That's weird... I'm doing fine on there. I'm about to finish my first 24hr round on hashfaster (after multipool went dead yesterday for me) and should finish up a little over 36K/24hr on about 1300Kh/s average. Nothing fantastic but much better than the last few days on multipool as there were huge dead-spots where the stratum server disappeared for hours at a time.

A week ago I was averaging 39K/day there - but with the difficulty increase it's expected that I'd be doing less now.

What are the rejects and hardware errors (if any) reported in cgminer?
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How much in dollars would i earn approx/month with crossfired XFX Radeon R9 280X 3GB (Tahiti XTL) *2!?

Not considering the electric bill! Sorry for noobish question, and i know the coin goues up and down in exchange!

And should i go for bitcoins with those cards or litecoins? Thanks in advance! I just want a estamate what i can make mining 24/7 with those cards not consideringelectrcial bill?


Iguess my hash rate would be around 1500 kh/s
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Anything Kepler based and older is a waste of time. 770 is the best of the worst topping out at around 350khash.

gtx780 is decent and from whatI've seenh as an average of around 550khash. I haven't seen too much from 780ti owners, around 650 khash. This is running on windows.

AMD is still far and away better. 280x yields around 800khash for comparisons sake for half the price of a 780ti.

So while the new cudaminer is better, don't believe the exaggerated garbage that falls out of your friends mouths.

If thats the case then it actually sounds like a good idea for me to get a gtx 780. My 7950 was an underperformer when I mined with it. I could only get 460kbps stable.when I mined with it, and it didn't overclock well at all and it ran at 95C. I sold it for $320 a few weeks back.

So if I get a good well cooled 780(like an (Gigabyte triple fan 780 or a msi Lightning 780), and it performs in the ~500kh/s range, or even just around ~450, that means that I'd have replaced the 7950 with a card that is a lot stronger in gaming and similar in hash rate.
    
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How much in dollars would i earn approx/month with crossfired XFX Radeon R9 280X 3GB (Tahiti XTL) *2!?

Not considering the electric bill! Sorry for noobish question, and i know the coin goues up and down in exchange!

And should i go for bitcoins with those cards or litecoins? Thanks in advance! I just want a estamate what i can make mining 24/7 with those cards not consideringelectrcial bill?


Iguess my hash rate would be around 1500 kh/s

I have a similar rate (as I have a 7970, a 6950 and a 280X) - on average I would say I do about $350 USD/mo. - but that depends hugely on what you mine. If you mine BTC directly... you'll be lucky to clear $5/mo in all honesty... nowhere near enough hashing power.

For LTC directly it's probably closer to $150/mo or so... and if mining the most profitable altcoin and immediately dumping everything on a pump top (or your best guess at it) you should be in the $300-400 range depending on how closely you watch the exchanges and time your conversions to LTC/BTC.

For example I got caught 'holding the bag' on a bunch of DOGE I was mining and now it's in 'dump-mode' with the big pools selling millions of DOGE... so that week was pretty much crap. frown.gif I'm just going to hold in the hope that it turns into something down the road - because if I sell right now... I will make around $30 for the whole week!
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If thats the case then it actually sounds like a good idea for me to get a gtx 780. My 7950 was an underperformer when I mined with it. I could only get 460kbps stable.when I mined with it, and it didn't overclock well at all and it ran at 95C. I sold it for $320 a few weeks back.

So if I get a good well cooled 780(like an (Gigabyte triple fan 780 or a msi Lightning 780), and it performs in the ~500kh/s range, or even just around ~450, that means that I'd have replaced the 7950 with a card that is a lot stronger in gaming and similar in hash rate.

I'm certainly not trying to dissuade you from purchasing nvidia for gaming, but 500khash isn't enough to mine for anything. I know, I've tried it. The only way to make any worthwhile money is by mining new coins as soon as they are released and then dump them when they hit the exchange. Otherwise you'll be walking away with enough to buy a couple of pizzas at the end of the month for beating on your rig 100% load 24/7. Not worth it.
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