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uhhhoohhh Ivan. You just broke the golden rule of mining.
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uhhhoohhh Ivan. You just broke the golden rule of mining.

Which is...?

I'm sure you can figure out the stuff I posted pretty easily.
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Nvidia can't mine! DUH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I think Doge is still the most profitable at the moment, although I'm sure many have different opinions on this.
According to multipool.us it's the second most profitable scrypt coin.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Hukkel View Post

For the love of everything that is Holy Derick do not make this another 200+ page chatthread that is constantly on the top of the list. axesmiley.png

But succes building it thumb.gif

 

I sure hope not, I want to keep the log as classy as the build itself.

 

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I think Doge is still the most profitable at the moment, although I'm sure many have different opinions on this.

You should mine protoshares or vertcoin now...protoshares is the most profitable but few people know it.
I have a list of mining software in the OP of the mining club thread.

I'm getting 2300cpm out of each R9 290, and pretty much the same out of GTX 780s (I prefer 780s, you can actually find them in stock and they run cooler and quieter whilst mining.).
I have a Windforce 780 mining at 716kh/s with 1100mv using skynet's bios and it works like a charm. I can also get to 2100-2200cpm with it and it'll draw half the power compared to scrypt. Max temps are 45c on air tongue.gif

Here's a PTS calculator: http://mrx.im/pts.php
It's pretty accurate. And you can sell pts at bter.com thumb.gif
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Should be beautiful when it's finished! Can't wait to see the GPU loop!

+1

 

I'm not seeing it being more profitable. With the calculator it says I'll end up with about 1.7BTC while with Doge I'll end up with about 2.0 BTC, per month.

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I'm not seeing it being more profitable. With the calculator it says I'll end up with about 1.7BTC while with Doge I'll end up with about 2.0 BTC, per month.

You have to actually finish this rig to start making a profit tongue.gif
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Nvidia can't mine! DUH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I sure hope not, I want to keep the log as classy as the build itself.


I'm not seeing it being more profitable. With the calculator it says I'll end up with about 1.7BTC while with Doge I'll end up with about 2.0 BTC, per month.

Whatever floats your boat...2300cpm out of each 290 is a walk in the park.
Getting more than 830kh/s isn't so easy and doge isn't stable at all.
You can swap between pts, vertcoin and doge/middlecoin. That's what I do...
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You have to actually finish this rig to start making a profit tongue.gif

lol
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Looking forward to the build!!

Keep it classy OC.net. lol
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Excited to see 4 GPUs in TJ07 - will be a close fit tongue.gif But still, why 2 all in one cpu coolers and not including cpus in the loop? Even its not necessary, it would look much "classier" since a 240 fits in the top. A 240 also fits in the drivebaycage without any modification.
Edited by Kurry - 2/6/14 at 7:47am
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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

was gonna do a build log on the 6 mining rigs i'm building with 30 280x's on here but it got trolled so hard by people mad about mining rising gpu prices I just gave up.

Just do it for the people who want to see it. This is a tech forum, and you should post it. I would sub.
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It also comes down to a matter of convenience. When you have two CPUs in a loop on top of 4 GPUs, it can get messy when you have to work on either CPU or any of the GPUs. This way I can swap out either CPU very, very easily. With GPUs in their own loop I can simply setup two QDCs and be able to swap GPUs out as needed whenever I want with very little maintenance and down time. Is it the most effective in terms of power and cooling, probably not, but for simplicity and easy maintenance, it makes the most sense to me for now. If I decide to take the build to the "next level" and add a bit more to it, then I may add them to the loop, but for now simple is best for the situation :)


Edited by derickwm - 2/6/14 at 8:09am
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