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Discussion in 'Mining' started by servercookie, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. servercookie

    servercookie New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    Just started test mining on my day to day computer

    2 x GTX 980TI

    Its showing a about 17mhz inside the cmd window, and showing average 15mhz on the suchpool site.
    Is this normal for two of these pretty high end Cards to perform at this Level, i have heard that AMD Cards are better for the X11 algo.

    Here is a screenshoot of what i am seeing
    ccminer.PNG

    This is just testing now to get used to how Things Work, i will be getting these New asic machines that seems to be comint out to the marked now. But this is a decent way to learn at least something


    Any help would be highly appritiate

    Update:

    New Version :
    ccminer 1.7.4

    Tried a New Version With better CUDA support and now seeing betwen 22-23 MHZ
    This is starting to look better, keep in mind i have not overclocked these Cards...might play around With them alittle and see of i
    can get a few more mhz out of them.


    ccminer.PNG


    Until i get the shinny New asic machines :)

    What kinf of numbers are you guys and girls seein at your end With amd and nvidia GPU's`??
     
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  2. DarkWater

    DarkWater Well-known Member
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    The only GPU mining I still do is on Ethereum. DASH would have to really go up for it to be profitable on GPU.
     
  3. servercookie

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    Well those new ASIC boxes that has been coming into the marked now might change that.

    With numbers like 350-500MHZ pr Box, then you are talking profits, i def dont want to miss the Train on this one.

    Ill try to get my hands on these asap
     
  4. sonarous

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    Those numbers (22-23k) are about what my 980 GTX is hitting. And there is no proof the 500 mhash miner actually exists yet, they've been very quiet.
     
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    Several people seem to have received a IBelink ASIC those are in the 350 Mhz range, looks pretty legit, if not the 500mhz then at least i can get my hands on the 350mhz asics
     
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    I received an iBelink asic, and it does work and exist. This is some of my payout history for the miner. The 500 mhz I would love for it to exist, it's just seeming very much less documented than the iBeLink thus far, and a bit more suspicious.
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    https://gyazo.com/ddccd8aa9085c462074dece892441e3f
     
  7. servercookie

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    Congrats Sonarous , those are some Nice payouts :)