First of all, sorry if I am creating a repetitive post, but I didn't found nothing so specific on search.
I would like to share my first benchmark and at the same ask about specific overclock. After a small war, I finally put my RIG to work.
Mob: ASUS PRIME Z270-P
Processor: Celeron g3900
RAM: 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Kingston ValueRAM
PSU: 2x Corsair CX750
GPU: 8x NVIDIA EVGA GEFORCE GTX 1060 6GB SSC ACX 3.0.
OS: Linux Server 14
Dev: CUDA 8
Miner: Claymore v9.7
In this configuration without any overclock, I got 158,8mh/s, about 19,85mh/s per card. Well, I had to mix many tutorials in order to put everything working. Mainly I followed youtube video "How To Build an 8 GPU Mining Rig BlackOctane" and this post for software https://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/7780/gtx1070-linux-installation-and-mining-clue-goodbye-amd-welcome-nvidia-for-miners
Some extra actions were required on the BIOS and some adjustments on Linux to work with 8 gpu, I intend to produce a tutorial when I'm done.
The thing now is that I got my mind exhausted to run after a nice overclock setting. As the guy above is using 1070 I got worried to overload my 1060s. This post seemed more suitable but his GPUs are smaller: https://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/11934/undervolt-a-gtx-1060
. I was thinking if I can take much more from 6gb SSC model.
Can someone please share one complete script with suggested parameters? I really need to fake 8 monitors? There is no simpler way?