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Is nvidia any good for vertcoin and the likes?

Potentially yes. Depends on your card, power consumption, and your willingness to potentially kill your card's VRMs.
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Originally Posted by Dlux1 View Post

Hi all very new to this mining lark, need help setting up a bat file for dual evga gtx780ti classifieds, both are water cooled if this helps.. Also have 5 r9 280x an 3 hd7950 just waiting on components for my frames for the ati gear... Any advice would be useful at this stage as I am a noob at this point. Tia

What type of coin are you trying to mine, or what specific coin are you trying to mine? Different coins run on different algorithms, and in turn batch files will look different. I have a single Ti Classy, so I can help regarding mining on them up until the point where you need to specify that you're trying to mine of multiple cards (at which point I'm sure almost anyone will be able to help you with).
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Potentially yes. Depends on your card, power consumption, and your willingness to potentially kill your card's VRMs.

I'd say mining LTC directly would surely toast them, but with VTC, not till that extent.
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I'd say mining LTC directly would surely toast them, but with VTC, not till that extent.

Why is it that mining LTC and other coins makes the card more hot as compared to mining PTS? I noticed that the cards temps are cooler when mining PTS. Why is it so?
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

I'd say mining LTC directly would surely toast them, but with VTC, not till that extent.

Scrypt-N runs hotter than Scrypt tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by uaedroid View Post

Why is it that mining LTC and other coins makes the card more hot as compared to mining PTS? I noticed that the cards temps are cooler when mining PTS. Why is it so?

Different algorithms running different calculations. It's like how Prime Small FTT's run hotter than Large FTT's, or like how Furmark runs hotter than Crysis.
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Scrypt-N runs hotter than Scrypt tongue.gif
Different algorithms running different calculations. It's like how Prime Small FTT's run hotter than Large FTT's, or like how Furmark runs hotter than Crysis.

Thanks fleetfeather for the explanation. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Potentially yes. Depends on your card, power consumption, and your willingness to potentially kill your card's VRMs.
What type of coin are you trying to mine, or what specific coin are you trying to mine? Different coins run on different algorithms, and in turn batch files will look different. I have a single Ti Classy, so I can help regarding mining on them up until the point where you need to specify that you're trying to mine of multiple cards (at which point I'm sure almost anyone will be able to help you with).

This is the bat im currently using, will be doing my learningcurve with doge an litecoin. cudaminer.exe --algo=keccak -d gtx780 ti -i 0 -m 1 -l T2304x24 -o stratum+tcp://dog80.scryptpools.com:80 -u Dlux75.1 -p x
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Originally Posted by lester007 View Post

25days more b4 its gets back to 0.013 diiff
then i gonna go back again thumb.gif

Blocks to retarget: 1727
Measured: 57.17%
Estimated difficulty: 0.01335967 (36.88%)
Time to retarget: 47d 04:07:30 (2014-05-03 23:06:09 UTC+9)

Not quite sadly.
 
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This is the bat im currently using, will be doing my learningcurve with doge an litecoin. cudaminer.exe --algo=keccak -d gtx780 ti -i 0 -m 1 -l T2304x24 -o stratum+tcp://dog80.scryptpools.com:80 -u Dlux75.1 -p x

for DOGE, try running both of these at the same time (two separate batch files running, one for each of your Ti's):

cudaminer.exe -d gtx780ti#1 --algo=scrypt -o stratum+tcp://dog80.scryptpools.com:80 -u Dlux75.1 -p x -l T15x24 -i 0 -H 1 -m 1

cudaminer.exe -d gtx780ti#2 --algo=scrypt -o stratum+tcp://dog80.scryptpools.com:80 -u Dlux75.1 -p x -l T15x24 -i 0 -H 1 -m 1


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Previously, you were trying to mine a "scrypt" coin with the "keccak" algorithm. For dogecoin, scrypt is the algorithm you need to be using. The kernel that you were using (T2304x24) also wasn't valid. I've replaced that invalid kernel with the kernel I know to be most efficient currently for 780 Ti's.
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780ti here, T15x24 for me is lag city lol with like 50 khashes....kinda weird

I get about 700 with
T30x16, -H 2, -C 2, -m 1, -i 0

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780Ti mining Scrypt (Flappycoin)



830-840Khash sustained (this screeny isn't showing my miner fully ramped up yet)

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