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Could be an issue; I run a watercooled gtx 670 and at the moment have my 7870 in the bottom pcie slot. Its at 65% fan which keeps it around 70C. Im not sure whats max temp I should aim for with this 7870, the fans are too loud at 65%.
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Well with the value rising I'm going to try mining a bit more. With the arCUDAminer1c I'm getting almost 6300 collisions/min on my 3 Titans at 1150/7000, that system is using around 900 watts says my Kill-A-Watt, the 690 is making about 2650 a minute for 330 watts. So for around 1250 watts a day I'll be making almost 9,000 collisions a day.

Even with 0.37cents per kw/h and all the transaction fees, I may actually make profit. My only worry is the eventual taxes.
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I don't feel so dirty about it. If NV miners are consistently developed weeks/months before the AMD equivalent, you should tend to see the biggest gains by mining with NV cards before the value skyrockets.

That being said, I'm thinking of grabbing a R9 280X or 290X with the funds I'll earn from PTS.

Man, we haven't even seen actual improvement from Compute 3.5 of our 780's, ti's. That should give us a good boost, but apart from archi, no one else is even taking a look at it, let alone, optimizing or building it.
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guys sorry is this has been answered, but how do we mine on AMD gpus for PTS? Is it as simple as adding code to the .bat file?
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guys sorry is this has been answered, but how do we mine on AMD gpus for PTS? Is it as simple as adding code to the .bat file?

Google is your friend, he really is. smile.gif

https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.0
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I would rather trust what you guys post than guessing on googles results
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guys sorry is this has been answered, but how do we mine on AMD gpus for PTS? Is it as simple as adding code to the .bat file?

There's a OpenCL PTS miner now. I don't think adding any arguments to your bat file will allow you to mine with the cuda miners
    
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Approx. how many hours has it been mining?

@1350 cpm, you should be earning about 0.48 PTS/day.

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Yeah, should take a couple days with a single 680 at least. I'm pulling down about 1 a day now, at around 4000 cpm.

They're meant to take long, but unlike say Doge, a full PTS is actually worth something. You're still making about 7 bucks a day at the current rate.

Hmmm.. Today marks the 3rd day of 24/7 mining and I'm currently only at .8851. Doesn't seem right to me.
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interesting might as well put my old 6850 to good use lol. i found some bnew 760's for $240. good value for 2000 more cpm. thing is 270x are almost at the same price.
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Soooo..

I went to best buy and picked up another 770 to test for the next 15 days (return period). Doing about 2600 cpm at the moment on 1200/8500 on both
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