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To me, its starting to look like you're much better off to just buy these coins and hold onto them. Checking every day for an increase. I tried mining bytecoin (they have a nice in-wallet miner). Left it going all night long, and had next to nothing to show for it. So then I tried using minergate, again no convoluted setup there. Still didn't gain anything worth noting, even taking into account that I only mined for one night.

So rather than spend time and electricity and hoping, it seems like far better idea to just buy say $100 worth of bytecoin. Its at $0.0026 per bytecoin. Or buy $1,000 worth of Lisk. Its at $2.76 per Lisk. You're not taxing your hardware this way, and not paying for the electricity. Just treating it the way you would any stock. And then hang on to 'em until you seem them take that big price hike.

Bytecoin is 82% premined 100% complete scam.
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The 1080 Ti is the fastest card for ethereum mining at the moment.
It isn't cheap, which makes the ROI not good as the RX 480's with its initial price, and it isn't as efficient weighing in 280W ( when OCed ) in comparison to 130W of the RX 480 with tuned BIOS.

My 1080 Ti does 33MH/s on average ( and I might be missing 1 or 2 MH/s more since I'm not using the most optimized client ).
The best I've seen an AMD do is 29MH/s.

Yes but with Zec a 1080 Ti smokes RX 480. RX 480 modded get like 300 Sol/s. My 1080 Ti get close to 800 Sol/s. Even at MSRP the 1080 Ti is almost as good p/p.
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I was talking about Ethereum which is currently the most profitable minable cryptocurrency.

It's faster on both Eth & Zec, miners however look a lot into ROI.

For a newcomer with patience the 1080 Ti is a better option ( especially if he likes to game too ) since you can mine more Eth/Zec sooner, and then you can keep it in your wallet until it's rate goes high, and enjoy the higher profit.
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Originally Posted by BenchZowner View Post

The 1080 Ti is the fastest card for ethereum mining at the moment.
It isn't cheap, which makes the ROI not good as the RX 480's with its initial price, and it isn't as efficient weighing in 280W ( when OCed ) in comparison to 130W of the RX 480 with tuned BIOS.

My 1080 Ti does 33MH/s on average ( and I might be missing 1 or 2 MH/s more since I'm not using the most optimized client ).
The best I've seen an AMD do is 29MH/s.

380x does 32mh/s

EDIT: Meant 390x, not 380.
Edited by SwishaMane - 6/30/17 at 9:51am
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380x does 32mh/s

With tuned BIOS + optimized client + operating system + driver

I get 33MH/s average on the 1080 Ti on plain OS ( actually terrible OS, swapped all over the place ) and no optimization whatsoever.

Plus... the 380X will most likely lose performance as the DAG grows, and once the DAG increases over the 380X's VRAM it's gone baby gone.
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With tuned BIOS + optimized client + operating system + driver

I get 33MH/s average on the 1080 Ti on plain OS ( actually terrible OS, swapped all over the place ) and no optimization whatsoever.

Plus... the 380X will most likely lose performance as the DAG grows, and once the DAG increases over the 380X's VRAM it's gone baby gone.

You can do 30-32Mh/s with 470/480. There are publicly available timings.

When you overclock the memory, the timings become looser, which for mining is not optimal. You increase memory clocks - no h/s increase. Thats why you modify the timings.

Oh, and too bad, nVidia cards do not seem to have anything like that.
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Anyone using dual mining claymore?
Until 1h ago i was doing something like 35MH\1.6Gh on Dagger/Sia but then it dipped to 35MH/0.34GH/s
Restarted PC and tested all the coins on Nicehash and the only ones to drop performance where the dual mining ones (DaggerSIA(claymore); DaggerDecred(claymore);DaggerPascal(claymore);DaggerLibry(claymore)

EDIT: It has something to do with -dcri values on the settings in NHM. In case someone uses it, follow this fork, it explains it nicely and improved the dual mining algorithm
https://github.com/DillonN/NiceHashMiner/wiki/Tweaking-ClaymoreDual-intensity
Edited by Aganor - 6/30/17 at 6:53am
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With tuned BIOS + optimized client + operating system + driver

I get 33MH/s average on the 1080 Ti on plain OS ( actually terrible OS, swapped all over the place ) and no optimization whatsoever.

Plus... the 380X will most likely lose performance as the DAG grows, and once the DAG increases over the 380X's VRAM it's gone baby gone.

Nope. My friend with it runs completely stock, he only pushed memory freq. a hair. Win7, nothing special.
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Nope. My friend with it runs completely stock, he only pushed memory freq. a hair. Win7, nothing special.

A 380X? Sure you aren't talking about something else? A 380X is just a 7970 carrying higher clocks and the Tonga feature update(and different VRAM layout), which will get around 14MH/s at the current DAG.. so essentially useless for ETH considering current cost and power consumption. You must be referring to a 390X which is around 28MH/s stock, but even so to hit low 30's on ETH you'd have to have a pretty intense OC.
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A 380X? Sure you aren't talking about something else? A 380X is just a 7970 carrying higher clocks and the Tonga feature update(and different VRAM layout), which will get around 14MH/s at the current DAG.. so essentially useless for ETH considering current cost and power consumption. You must be referring to a 390X which is around 28MH/s stock, but even so to hit low 30's on ETH you'd have to have a pretty intense OC.

Yeah, I think it is a 390X, my bad. And its getting 32MH/s, plain and simple. There's no argument. Its not my gear, so its not my e-peen. Just stating what I observed personally watching his rig run. Nothing else to say... wink.gif

I got his 280 mixed up as a 380.

I just run 3x 480 8GBs for now, 80 MH/s avg with peaks in the 110 range. Not bad for the investment.
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