“Äther Bergbau Himbeer”

“Äther Bergbau Himbeer”

I seem to remember earlier posts on Ethereum stating something to the effect that both CPU & GPU mining were going to be possible, with GPU maybe being slightly more efficient. To me that was awesome, that at least on some level i would be able to participate.
I just don’t get this kind of blatant fraud. At 25 MH/s, you’re using ~200+ GB/sec of VRAM bandwidth. That’s not a theory, it’s a fact. So, this 200 MH/s Z02 would need 1.6 TB/sec of memory throughput to a single 3 GB GDDR VRAM memory. That is not possible with today’s memory technology, or tomorrow’s either. That doesn’t even consider 80 ASICs trying to share the address and data bus to the same VRAM. This thing is so far from reality that “fairy tale” is a radical understatement. The saddest thing is, some folks will actually believe this crap and buy it.
That is an excellent hash rate as long as your cards don’t overheat. I like to keep my GPU’s around 65 degrees Celsius. Also, the reason I dial mine back to around 31Mh/s is because power usage goes up significantly once you bump the cards past 32Mh/s.
Ever since I’m building new cryptocurrency mining rigs I’m including SSD rather than HDD. The reason is SSD is fast and by using SSD I would increase the transfer speed and decrease the time. Also, other things that I think about SSD are – They use less power and also if you are starting up your mining rig the boot time is reduced and soon you will be mining.
Many new users think that the sole purpose of mining is to generate ethers in a way that doesn’t require a central issuer (see our guide “What is Ether?”). This is true. Ethereum’s tokens are created through the process of mining at a rate of 5 ether per mined block. But mining also has another at least as important role.
The Ethereum network is a long string of connections maintained by computers, their impact is undeniable, and the profit gained from mined Ether is surreal. A lot of people are of the opinion that mining will stop with the advent of the consensus algorithm and advise those with itching curiosity to mine now and think later.
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All of that being said bitcoin mining carries on at an ever more staggering rate. Before the ASICs came around bitcoin already had a substantial mining network built on GPU infrastructure. This initial network effect made the ASICs possible.
As it currently stands this is the only way more Ether can be generated. So not only does mining validate, secure, and broadcast blocks/transactions, but it also is the central way in which more Ether is created.
The hardware that will be doing the hashing is graphics cards. The AMD 470,480,570, and 580 are the currently most popular at the time I’m writing this. As AMD prepares to launch Vega GPUs the price of 470s and 480s dropped dramatically just as Ethereum is gaining major traction, creating a perfect opportunity to mine with these cards. These cards mine at about 22-30Mh/s depending on your degree of overclocking and configuration. Another popular option is the GTX 1060 6GB (Pay attention to the 6GB NOT 3GB). They hash around 18-28Mh/s. To determine profitability use an online calculator like the one offered by Cryptocompare.
Es ist nicht einfach, professionelles und profitables Bitcoin Mining zu betreiben. Das bedeutet, dass es aufgrund der hohen Komplexität für das Finden neuer Blocks wirtschaftlich nicht mehr sinnvoll ist mit eigener Hardware nach Bitcoins zu schürfen – zumindest nicht mit den aktuellen Hardware- und Stromkosten (in Deutschland).
I’ve had several people ask about the NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB . Though not my first choice, this GPU can be overclocked to mine at 24.7 Mh/s while only pulling 80 watts of power.  Just like the GTX 1070 and the Rx 580, you can find this GPU conveniently sold in a six pack here, here and here for building a mining rig.
STEP – This is where the optimum should be, reduce the power draw to only 50% and test for 3-5 minutes. It should give almost full hashrate with massive 50% power draw reduction. If you get crash/freeze/Claymore error increase the power draw to 60% and that’s your optimum. You should get something like this:

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