“ether minedrift effektivitet”

“ether minedrift effektivitet”

There are a few tools out there that will give you your exact solar insolation hours for your area. I’ll post a few links at the bottom of the post. When i designed systems at Affordable Solar Group here in Albuquerque, i would design the systems over the phone so i would use the customer/businesses zip code and basic roof information (really just the pitch of the roof or if it is a flat roof) and the following website:
As more miners join the network, the mining difficulty increases, and therefore you receive less Ethereum for the amount of energy spent to solve one problem. As data suggests, Ethereum block difficulty increased from 171 TH/s(1 Trillion hashes per second) to 1714 TH/s in 6 months in 2017.
It looks even better when you chuck on some of those higher resolution texture packs. 64x64s and 128x128s packs don’t look out of place anymore but look right at home with these shaders on. Big call but I think we may have hit a new age in minecraft. One where minecraft can actually be described as a good looking game. :tongue.gif: Oh and I see what you mean when you mentioned shadows in the sky. Very unsettling having those dark shapes looming over you. haha
Believe it or not, the Power Color RX 480, which is otherwise a very efficient mining card, dumps more heat into the room than any other GPU in this roundup. After a little more than 10 minutes of mining, the card reaches nearly 80°C.
– On the topic of clock speeds, there are different versions of each card that will perform differently. ex. there are different brands and performance levels from cards tagged as RX480. Even two cards of the exact same model+brand perform differently due to micro defects that don’t affect the card being able to work but give slower performance. Do you want to stick to high end brands to avoid this or will you gamble on the cheaper cards and hash close to an ideal rate anyways?
Your resale on the Fury’s will be higher but you’re efficiency/dollar is terrible with this rig. You’d have been waaaay better off getting (2) 7990s – at around $650 and they have the best MH/s per Watt. Your rig is pretty but seems like a total waste of cash.
I know that the USB interface would cause a bottleneck on most kinds of GPU-related operations, but for some reason, mining doesn’t seem to incur this kind of penalty. From what I know, you should be good to go if you know how to set up this kind of arrangement (I have no idea how).
It seems like the reason the price of STEEM is down is only because of the traders, but once we reach that 100k user mark I think that they will start to realize the REAL value of STEEM and STEEM Power.
Naturally, these problems, if left unsolved, jeopardize the future of Ether, hence making any Ethereum price predictions for 2018 problematic. So the question is this: will these issues find solving? Or is a new currency going to come to light that doesn’t have these problems in the first place?
When it comes to picking GPUs, you want the select the best bang for the buck.  You’re looking for something with high hash rate, low cost, and low power usage.  You can start with as little as 1 GPU or as much as 7 GPUs within one rig.  Normally you see 5-6 in a mining rig as 7 is incredibly hard to make stable.
Figure out how many cards you are going to run first.  Then go to GPUSHACK and buy a bundle that includes a motherboard, cpu, ram, and ssd.  Then all you need to buy are the actual cards, the generic pci-e risers, and a power capable of running that many cards.  You can do extensive research on the different motherboards and rams and ssds and cpus and drive yourself crazy with combinations and cost analysis like I did for a long time.  But its much easier to get the bundle pack from GPUSHACK, and start mining ASAP.
I think is better to install Linux onto this 60GB SSD and then install Ethminer software rather than installing Windows since space is so limited for that SSD ( Windows 7 or 10 may take almost all of the space).. and this also will give me an option to install another mining software for another crypto-currency later on, rather then installing EthOS…just for Ethereum…What do you think about it?
Also keep in mind serenity is when PoS kicks in, that is 4 major releases into the future. About a year seems like a more reasonable timeline than what you suggest considering the past rate at which releases occured.
There are four components of mining for Ethereum. Here we address the first component, which is mining hardware. Then there’s Ethereum Mining Software, Ethereum Wallets and Ethereum Mining Pools. We will take a closer look at each of them in a dedicated chapter.
And since new Ether will likely no longer be created by mining, it could mean that existing holders of Ethereum will benefit disproportionately from the process of proof-of-stake due to their ability to put their existing Ether to work at a larger and faster stake than newcomers (this mostly applies to retail investors and not institutions with large amounts of capital).
6. In order to get Geth program to enter the Ethereum network, type >>geth –rpc. This process is a little lengthy and can take time depending on your internet speed. Your hardware is getting in sync with Ethereum Blockchain.
I do love solar since it helps to nullify the electricity costs if planned around. My previous job i designed solar systems for homes and businesses thus know how to calculate how much solar is needed to cover any electric usage (i designed my own system on my house).
Thanks for opening up a new question How does ethminer interact with the various Etherum clients (e.g. geth, eth, parity) when mining? Does it affect mining efficiency? @William. – BokkyPooBah Apr 30 ’16 at 4:12

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