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You can sell your coins at Exchange markets, for real USD money and withdraw the money to your bank
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Yeah but what exchange markets? biggrin.gif
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Cpu will be idling at all times.


All cards will be stock, reading 190w on gpu-z while mining.

Instead of selling my 290x's, i will be míning them to recoup their cost and afford a top of the line vega.

The rx480 is making the 290's prices dropping like a rock, i will be adding to 3 more for 5 total.

 

They will probably be pulling closer to about 285W while mining (proof: http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/radeon_r9_290x_review_benchmarks,10.html), so I would say that 3 is your limit. Since this is going to be a 24/7 load, you want to keep it closer to 40-60% of the PSU's capacity. Mining on three 290Xs will probably result in a total computer power consumption of just over 900W.

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They will probably be pulling closer to about 285W while mining (proof: http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/radeon_r9_290x_review_benchmarks,10.html), so I would say that 3 is your limit. Since this is going to be a 24/7 load, you want to keep it closer to 40-60% of the PSU's capacity. Mining on three 290Xs will probably result in a total computer power consumption of just over 900W.

I see. Thats quite a high load, although mining Eth doesn't push them to the limit.

Where does gpu-z pull these numbers though? I thought they were calculated at the power managment chip directly in the PCB




I suppose I better find a watt meter to better make these calculations.
post #3046 of 3909
Yes get a wattmeter. These readings from sensors aren't that accurate at times at all.
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I see. Thats quite a high load, although mining Eth doesn't push them to the limit.

Where does gpu-z pull these numbers though? I thought they were calculated at the power managment chip directly in the PCB




I suppose I better find a watt meter to better make these calculations.

 

I don't know how accurate or inaccurate software like GPU-Z is. That's way beyond me. :/ I'd rather trust a Digital Multimeter. Or, you can even do what Guru3D did and use a wall meter and do some simple math to get a fairly accurate 'reading' of the video card's power consumption.

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Hey Metros, I should've asked this question before (please forgive me if I should know the answer):

Do you ever have any unexpected restarts or shutdowns if you just do light things all day instead of playing any video games? I mean, does it only happen at that moment when you exit a video game after playing it for a few hours?


Not had internet for the past few days (Sky box damaged)

No, if I view Chrome tabs or youtube videos it is fine all day, no issue, even if I play a game after that it is fine (could freeze sometimes though)

It has restarted while not even opening Chrome after I play a game and it has restarted a few times when playing a game (Elite Dangerous, happens often, Witcher 3, once during playing the game and normally during Gwent and Battlefield 4, happened while playing Single player, not seen it happen during Multiplayer though) Not seen it restart while playing CS GO (V-Sync and V-Sync off)

So it can restart during gaming (even during high loads) or can restart after gaming and viewing Chrome but not if I view Chrome before I play games

Also DDU did not fix the problem
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Do your house lights blink at the same moment? biggrin.gif
Are you sure the PC is not infected with some troll remote administration software?

No, they are fine (although when they do blink, the computer is fine)
post #3050 of 3909
Still also having the shutdown issue, I tried troubleshooting the hardware one by one and came to no conclusions. Event viewer is of no help either.
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