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5. A PSU or Power Supply Unit – Power supply units come in many sizes and this can trip some people up when they are looking at calculating what size they need. You need to sum up the power consumption of your GPU and all the other components and make sure your power supply has the capability to supply more! So if you have two GPU’s that consumes 220 Watts and other components that need 250 Watts then you can get away with a 750 Watt power supply unit as the total power needed is only 690Watts.
The answer is Difficulty. By automatically adjusting the computational difficulty of solving a block, the Ethereum blockchain is able to maintain ~15 second intervals. You’ll notice Difficulty closely tracks hashrate and it too has seen exponential growth this year:
Bitcoin mining and Ethereum mining are quite different. Ethereum’s development team is more centralized and can therefore can plan and implement POW changes. The Ethereum development team currently has plans to change Ethereum from proof of work to proof of stake. Changes to the mining algorithm are much harder to implement with Bitcoin and aren’t likely to happen.
I am having trouble with a few bugs. for example, when I place leaves they dont wave :O and when I place spruce wood it waves in the wind ? so can you please update it? thx. it is on the ultra, I might try the normal one
Hey there! Could you maybe try to get this to work on macOS as well? When I start it then it gives me a bunch of “invalid program:” and then several different things. (composite, gbuffers, final and others)
ok ok ok … lets just put an hypotetical bubble in here… if you dont need to pay for electricity, lets say that you have your own mini plant or a landfield of solarpower what would be the other bottlenecks in this… internet speed?, hardware… heat?
 If you are going to run your rig then you would need an excellent and supported power supply unit. We are now going with EVGA Super Nova which will supply 1200W. No doubt we will only need 1000W but we can be on the safer side with the use of 1200W.
It is very easy to burn out your GPUs – I’ve done in two, but luckily got warranty replacements. The first just stopped working after one day. And one of the fans got “sticky” in the second one after a few months.
I am in the peocess of ordering parts for a good 6 card mining rig. What is the best GPU card i can get now that uses the least amount of power? What is your email? Maybe you could send me an updated list for 2018? Or are all the parts still basically the same as your first list? Thank you so much for all this help!!! ?
Well yeah, we are still early in the grand scheme of things. Until I’m showing my friends/family how to use crypto I’m still way ahead of the game. Figured id missed the boat on apple once the i phone came out but in reality the ride was only just beginning.
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Before we get on to comparing the best available Ethereum Mining hardware and the best GPUs in the market, let us take a closer look at what GPUs are and what do you need to keep in mind before you buy a GPU to mine Ethereum with.
^ This. I suppose there is SOME validity in mining ETC and hodling in case a significant increase in value occurs, but I see no evidence to convince me that this would actually happen. It’s a dead crypto as far as I’m concerned, some people just don’t know it yet.
Another issue with Ether is the possibility of cloning the technology. After all, any company can start its own blockchain based cryptocurrency tomorrow. The only thing conferring value on any currency is the consensus of the community using said currency.
The GPU is still the biggest factor in determining mining performance and which card you have matters greatly. AMD cards are still king in total mining performance, just as they were in Bitcoin’s early days. Nvidia microarchitecture (through Maxwell) wasn’t focused on general purpose computing like AMD’s Graphics Core Next. Actual hash rates will vary between different mining software, operating systems, and drivers, but even a GTX 980 Ti can’t keep up with, say, an older mid-range AMD card. Nvidia has made changes in Pascal that make 10-series cards quite capable miners. Then again, if you’re using a recent generation Nvidia card for mining, you’re more likely mining on the side with your current machine rather than making a dedicated mining system out of spare parts.
You can go up to DDR4 quite easily with fairly standard chips and not too exotic board layouts. The nice thing about FPGA is that they scale a lot better than a bunch of graphics cards that need to sit in motherboards with CPUs and whatever. Rather than running a whole computer for a couple of graphics cards you can churn out racks and racks of low power FPGAs that can use consumer DIMM modules. It might not be economical to do so at the moment (I’ve hardly built a BOM for the thing, this is just speculation), but it’s not impossible by any stretch of the imagination.
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
Update – With the current price of Ethereum that has gone up. You can mine more with this rig. Also, this mining rig capable of mining other coins too like Zcash, Monero, etc. This Ethereum Mining rig can work without any problems in 2018.
1 ETH would cost 14,570W of power every hour at peak performance (Depending on your country or state electricity cost i will just multiply it by 0.12 per KW/h therefore 14570 * 0.12 = 1.7484 * 24 hours = 41.9616 USD per day)
I have been saving up parts for the last 2 years for gpu mining I currently have 10 AMD HD 7670 2GB DDR5 cards and minimal experience in mining. Just wondering how to figure out what my Hashrate would be and how to effeciently set this up. Shoot me an email buddy. Cheers.
I need some help. I downloaded the mod for version 1.8, and I installed the shader packs into their corresponding folders, but when I try to enter a world with shaders enabled, Minecraft crashes. Please let me know what I can do to fix this because I have no idea what I’m doing wrong and this is my third attempt to install shaders on Minecraft. (I deleted everything else before starting the third time.)
I downloaded the shaders pack along with the correct optifine download, and installed them how they are supposed to be installed and I am getting the “Invalid Program Composite1” error I’ve gone to every tutorial there is on how to fix it and nothing has worked.
Isaac Newton suggests the existence of an aether in The Third Book of Opticks (1718): “Doth not this aethereal medium in passing out of water, glass, crystal, and other compact and dense bodies in empty spaces, grow denser and denser by degrees, and by that means refract the rays of light not in a point, but by bending them gradually in curve lines? …Is not this medium much rarer within the dense bodies of the Sun, stars, planets and comets, than in the empty celestial space between them? And in passing from them to great distances, doth it not grow denser and denser perpetually, and thereby cause the gravity of those great bodies towards one another, and of their parts towards the bodies; every body endeavouring to go from the denser parts of the medium towards the rarer?”[3]
Because Cashaa just completed their ICO last December (2017) it will be especially interesting to see if they outperform some of the more ‘hyped’ tokens/currencies that can be found on CoinMarketCap today. I’m guessing they will, but don’t take my word for it – do your own due diligence before you invest in anything, I hope this helps.
The decision whether Bitcoin is worth mining lies with you, but if you need some of the best mining devices for this precious cryptocurrency, then there you go. Getting the best ASIC miner would definitely pay off. The choice is yours.
It goes without saying that you’re going to want a motherboard with the same number (or more) PCI slots you’re going to need for your graphics cards. If you are willing to settle for using less than 6 GPUs in your rig (and thereby getting less profit), there are tons of options to choose from. But if you want to stay true to the plan, max out your profits, and run 6 GPUs, you’re going to have to do a bit more digging. Finding the appropriate combo on some hard-to-find motherboards can be a bit of a task.
Yes, Ethereum Mining is still profitable when it comes to mining on large scale. In modern technology world, the Ether and cloud mining prices are the most important factors that need to be considered while mining ethereum or various cryptocurrencies. Hashgains provides the excellent ethereum mining services at an affordable price. Hashgains mining platform simplifies the Ethereum Mining process and provides the newly mined coins in the simple and easy ways.

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