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  • DjithBitDjithBit Member Posts: 40
    edited June 2017
    Im also still waiting for my GPU cards .. MSI geforce gtx 1060 armor 6Gb.. Hope they give bang for the buck :)

    So the initial mining rig im building looks like this:

    Mobo ASRock Z97 Anniversary
    intel pentium G3260
    8Gb DDR3 Ram
    PSU Corsair 650Watt
    120Gb SSD
    2x MSI geforce gtx 1060 armor 6Gb

    More GPU's will be added till i have 6

    Will post performance of this once up and running.

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  • wilkaswilkas Member Posts: 7
    edited June 2017

    Good news! Here are results of Testing the AMD 5xx Series GPUs

    Profitability and speed can be found on profitability calculator page.

    Let me know what you think :smile:

    @JoxNiceHash, are DaggerHashimoto rates in profitability calculator same as Ethereum mining rates posted in this thread?
  • DjithBitDjithBit Member Posts: 40
    Got noticed that the cards are not aviable.
    Price went up from 275€ to 350€

    I think to quit mining all together.. prices are too high to be profitable..
  • chaitu72393chaitu72393 Member Posts: 12
    Windows / 10 / Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 windforce / upto date driver / 30MH/s
    Settings / cclock +200 / mclock +700 / power 75%

    I am having 6 GPU setup. Soon I will update this rig to 8 GPUs.

    Thanks,
    Chaitanya
  • PankajPankaj Member Posts: 4
    A newbie building a rig and need some advise.
    Getting 6 Nvidia GTX 1070, 1300 PSU, i3 processor, 128Gb Ssd, 8GB DDR5Ram, win 10 64bit

    Suggestions on what MOBO i should get for this setup.

    Also, I'm residing in India. Do I require to have a static IP for mining?

    Which mining softwarre would you recommend? Claymore seems to be the most trusted one, and pool being nanopool?

    Thanks for the help.
  • PankajPankaj Member Posts: 4
    A newbie building a rig and need some advise.
    Getting 6 Nvidia GTX 1070, 1300 PSU, i3 processor, 128Gb Ssd, 8GB DDR5Ram, win 10 64bit

    Suggestions on what MOBO i should get for this setup.

    Also, I'm residing in India. Do I require to have a static IP for mining?

    Which mining softwarre would you recommend? Claymore seems to be the most trusted one, and pool being nanopool?

    Thanks for the help.
  • greatauror28greatauror28 Member Posts: 126 ✭✭
    Pankaj said:

    A newbie building a rig and need some advise.
    Getting 6 Nvidia GTX 1070, 1300 PSU, i3 processor, 128Gb Ssd, 8GB DDR5Ram, win 10 64bit

    Suggestions on what MOBO i should get for this setup.

    Also, I'm residing in India. Do I require to have a static IP for mining?

    Which mining softwarre would you recommend? Claymore seems to be the most trusted one, and pool being nanopool?

    Thanks for the help.

    Cheapest you can get that supports your processor and has at least 5 PCIe ports.
  • BigMaMaBigMaMa Member Posts: 19
    Pankaj said:

    A newbie building a rig and need some advise.
    Getting 6 Nvidia GTX 1070, 1300 PSU, i3 processor, 128Gb Ssd, 8GB DDR5Ram, win 10 64bit

    Suggestions on what MOBO i should get for this setup.

    Also, I'm residing in India. Do I require to have a static IP for mining?

    Which mining softwarre would you recommend? Claymore seems to be the most trusted one, and pool being nanopool?

    Thanks for the help.

    I went for Asus z270 prime A that can support upto 8 GPU's ;-)

  • PankajPankaj Member Posts: 4
    A newbie building a rig and need some advise.
    Getting 6 Nvidia GTX 1070, 1300 PSU, i3 processor, 128Gb Ssd, 8GB DDR5Ram, win 10 64bit

    Suggestions on what MOBO i should get for this setup.

    Also, I'm residing in India. Do I require to have a static IP for mining?

    Which mining softwarre would you recommend? Claymore seems to be the most trusted one, and pool being nanopool?

    Thanks for the help.
  • PankajPankaj Member Posts: 4
    BigMaMa said:

    Pankaj said:

    A newbie building a rig and need some advise.
    Getting 6 Nvidia GTX 1070, 1300 PSU, i3 processor, 128Gb Ssd, 8GB DDR5Ram, win 10 64bit

    Suggestions on what MOBO i should get for this setup.

    Also, I'm residing in India. Do I require to have a static IP for mining?

    Which mining softwarre would you recommend? Claymore seems to be the most trusted one, and pool being nanopool?

    Thanks for the help.

    I went for Asus z270 prime A that can support upto 8 GPU's ;-)

    Thanks for the reply, also will i be needing a static ip as i will be mining from asia. And claymore or nicehash, which one would you suggest?
  • gzonegzone Member Posts: 4
    ASUS G11CD Gaming Desktop PC Processor, Windows 10, 8GB RAM, and 1TB Hard Drive Intel Core i5-6400 2.7GHz quad-core
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 with 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM
    8GB DDR4 SDRAM
    PCI expansion: 1 PCIe x16, 1 PCIe Minicard, 1 PCIe x1

    single card 3.15Mh/s

    Have no clue how to get the hash rate up....
  • narba88narba88 Member Posts: 85
    DjithBit said:

    Im also still waiting for my GPU cards .. MSI geforce gtx 1060 armor 6Gb.. Hope they give bang for the buck :)

    So the initial mining rig im building looks like this:

    Mobo ASRock Z97 Anniversary
    intel pentium G3260
    8Gb DDR3 Ram
    PSU Corsair 650Watt
    120Gb SSD
    2x MSI geforce gtx 1060 armor 6Gb

    More GPU's will be added till i have 6

    Will post performance of this once up and running.

    Let me know when you get 6. I only had 5 on here.

  • gzonegzone Member Posts: 4
    gzone said:

    ASUS G11CD Gaming Desktop PC Processor, Windows 10, 8GB RAM, and 1TB Hard Drive Intel Core i5-6400 2.7GHz quad-core
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 with 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM
    8GB DDR4 SDRAM
    PCI expansion: 1 PCIe x16, 1 PCIe Minicard, 1 PCIe x1

    single card 3.15Mh/s

    Have no clue how to get the hash rate up....

    From my other post here: http://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/comment/78620#Comment_78620
    So here is what I did...Rolled back Nvidia driver to 347.52, use Genoil miner openCL. Am hashing at 15.58 to 16.25MH/s
  • wilkaswilkas Member Posts: 7
    Can anybody post power consumption for different RX 5xx cards (550, 560, 570, 580 - 4/8 GB) when minining?
  • greatauror28greatauror28 Member Posts: 126 ✭✭
    wilkas said:

    Can anybody post power consumption for different RX 5xx cards (550, 560, 570, 580 - 4/8 GB) when minining?

    Asus Rx580 Dual OC 8gb
    29.1 Mh/s
    0 memory errors
    103w from GPU-Z
    ETH-only
  • wopdeezewopdeeze Member Posts: 1
    @krazyninja I have 2 coming in the mail, was hoping for a higher hash rate for the price.
  • bobdesignbobdesign Member Posts: 14
    Hi guys, i test some different NVIDIA GPUs with Ethereum Mining and these are the results.

    The System runs stable for over 18 hours up to 117 hours.

    The Temp/Fan isnt absolut correct, every card runs in a different housing oder distance to another card.

    I hope you enjoy it and can be work with it.

    Cheers

    Windows 10 / 64 bit / Claymore Miner 9.5

    Asus GTX 1060-O6G
    Core Clock: 0 / Mem Clock: +400 / Power Limit: 80% / Temp: 65c / Fan: 70%
    Hashrate: 18,3 MH

    Asus Dual GTX 1060-6G
    Core Clock: 0 / Mem Clock: +800 / Power Limit: 85% / Temp: 62c / Fan: 64%
    Hashrate: 22,2 MH

    Asus STRIX-GTX-1060-O6G-Gaming
    Core Clock: 0 / Mem Clock: +700 / Power Limit: 70% / Temp: 57c / Fan: 45%
    Hashrate: 22,6 MH

    Asus DUAL-GTX-1070-O8G
    Core Clock: 0 / Mem Clock: +450 / Power Limit: 80% / Temp: 61c / Fan: 62%
    Hashrate: 28,2 MH

    MSI GTX-1070-Quick Silver-8G-OC
    Core Clock: 0 / Mem Clock: +670 / Power Limit: 75% / Temp: 62c / Fan: 48%
    Hashrate: 30,2 MH

    MSI GTX-1060-GAMING X+ 6G
    Core Clock: 0 / Mem Clock: +900 / Power Limit: 86% / Temp: 67c / Fan: 76%
    Hashrate: 20,5 MH

    MSI GTX-1060-GAMING X 6G
    Core Clock: 0 / Mem Clock: +900 / Power Limit: 86% / Temp: 63c / Fan: 54%
    Hashrate: 23,1 MH
  • DjithBitDjithBit Member Posts: 40
    Got my little starters rig running.
    2x geforce gtx 1060 armor oc v1

    They hash 23Mh/s each.
    Not bad i think.
  • DjithBitDjithBit Member Posts: 40
    Downloaded claymore .. setup things.. but cant find the start.bat file.. nowhere in the downloaded and extracted files. It is mining though.. leave it like that?
  • bobdesignbobdesign Member Posts: 14
    DjithBit said:

    Downloaded claymore .. setup things.. but cant find the start.bat file.. nowhere in the downloaded and extracted files. It is mining though.. leave it like that?

    check the antivirus. i think its deleted.
  • DjithBitDjithBit Member Posts: 40
    edited July 2017
    I took windows firewall down.. never had an antivirus on this computer.. cause its brandnew.

    You mean the antivirus deleted the start.bat file?
    Can i keep mining without start.bat file.. what is it for anyway?
  • Gustavo7777Gustavo7777 Member Posts: 5
    edited July 2017
    Hey any suggestions to the asus strix Rx 480 8gb ? And the asus strix rx580 8g ? I want to overclock please

    Evga 1300w
    Sata 120 gb
    Motherboard bt250 biostar
    8gb ram
    Win10 pro .64bits
  • Bram82Bram82 Member Posts: 5
    * ASrock H81 PRO BTC 2.0
    * Corsair HX850
    * SSD 120 GB
    * 8 GB RAM
    * 4x Gigabyte AORUS RX580 8GB

    Modded the BIOS
    * Core Clock: 1150 MHz (-200)
    * Memory Clock: 2150 MHz (+150)

    Got 26.5 Mh/s per GPU, totaling about 106 Mh/s.

    Any suggestions for more tweaking?
  • bobdesignbobdesign Member Posts: 14
    edited July 2017
    DjithBit said:

    I took windows firewall down.. never had an antivirus on this computer.. cause its brandnew.

    You mean the antivirus deleted the start.bat file?
    Can i keep mining without start.bat file.. what is it for anyway?

    Yes, windows defender delete the file. please check windows defender.

    There youve got some more Infos about: https://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/7687/how-to-prevent-claymore-miner-from-being-shut-down-by-antivirus
    Bram82 said:

    * ASrock H81 PRO BTC 2.0
    * Corsair HX850
    * SSD 120 GB
    * 8 GB RAM
    * 4x Gigabyte AORUS RX580 8GB

    Modded the BIOS
    * Core Clock: 1150 MHz (-200)
    * Memory Clock: 2150 MHz (+150)

    Got 26.5 Mh/s per GPU, totaling about 106 Mh/s.

    Any suggestions for more tweaking?

    Try Bios mod: https://reddit.com/r/EtherMining/comments/674evm/rx_580_bios_mods_and_performance/

    cheers

  • Bram82Bram82 Member Posts: 5
    edited July 2017
    bobdesign said:
    This is really going deep into the BIOS editing. A bit out of my league I'm afraid. I did the standard 1750 to 2000 copy, which gave a 3-4 Mh/s boost. Any suggestions which don't dig so deep?

    I noticed a power draw of 125W a card. This is a lot I think...
  • bobdesignbobdesign Member Posts: 14
    Bram82 said:

    bobdesign said:
    This is really going deep into the BIOS editing. A bit out of my league I'm afraid. I did the standard 1750 to 2000 copy, which gave a 3-4 Mh/s boost. Any suggestions which don't dig so deep?

    I noticed a power draw of 125W a card. This is a lot I think...
    Try to change the Powerlimit in MSI Afterburner. Some Cards will run fine with only 50% Power Limit. This will spend some W per Card.

    Bios Mod is really Deep, but it will work stable. (on your own risk)
  • Bram82Bram82 Member Posts: 5
    edited July 2017
    bobdesign said:

    Bram82 said:

    I noticed a power draw of 125W a card. This is a lot I think...

    Try to change the Powerlimit in MSI Afterburner. Some Cards will run fine with only 50% Power Limit. This will spend some W per Card.

    Bios Mod is really Deep, but it will work stable. (on your own risk)
    I've been able to down the power usage by about 15%, now resulting in about 110W a card. Still a lot, but when I go lower, the hash rate goes down more rapidly.
  • KolmodorKolmodor Member Posts: 3
    Hi
    My 1050 ti 18,20 18,30 mh/s 105 wall
    http://i.imgur.com/dACQg7F.jpg
  • greatauror28greatauror28 Member Posts: 126 ✭✭
    anyone has different hash rates on the same exact gpu? I’m running 6x Asus Rx580 Dual OC 8gb doing eth+sia and 4 of my cards are hashing 28.8 while two of then only do 24.4..

    Anyone?
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