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“ethereum minedrift regnemaskine rx 470”

@gennady46 ; Most of what you’re asking is done with something like MSI Afterburner. You can set custom fan profiles, and undervolt or overclock your GPUs. Water cooled GPUs cost significantly more, and since you’re trying to be as energy efficient as possible (meaning you undervolt your GPUs) they don’t get hot enough to need watercooling.
Blockchain – which emerged as one of the underpinnings of Bitcoin – is a shared record of transactions maintained by a network of computers. It has become a key technology because of its ability to record and keep track of assets or transactions with no need for middlemen.
The standard power supply in a desktop computer can be anywhere from 300W-500W.  But when your mining and you are powering up to 6/7 GPUs, you want to make sure you have enough power.  1200W+ is what you’re looking for and you want to make sure that it is Gold or better certified for efficiency.  Also, modular power supplies allow you to configure your cables individually which helps greatly when building out your rig.
Den gode nyhed er, at komme i gang med Ethereum Mining er nu nemmere end nogensinde. Du behøver ikke at downloade den fulde Ethereum blockchain, som nu er mere end 20 + GB s og stadig voksende! Du skal også behøver ikke at styre klodset kommandolinje minearbejdere med manuelle instruktioner.
Lots of articles on how to do this. There’s even a Linux distro specifically for Ether mining. EthOS. Not free but painless to set up. There’s also free ones. C’mon guys, you can’t have everything fed to you.
A: As long as your system meets the general requirements and has at least one GPU with at least 3GB of RAM, you can mine Ethereum.  Some Gaming laptops do have high end cards, but with the considerable heat generated from mining there could be other impacts to your laptop so it’s best to go with a desktop build.  Virtualized environments that you can rent usually do not have enough powerful dedicated GPU in them, or are simply not profitable if they do.  There are currently no ASICs for Ethereum (as it is designed to be an “ASIC Resistant” Proof Of Work hashing algorithim, so if you see ads for one – RUN.  ASIC’s are still profitable for mining some coins (Bitcoin, Dash and Litecoin), but for home built Mining Rigs, Ethereum and other altcoins are still profitable to mine (whereas Bitcoin is not profitable on a home pc – even with many powerful GPU’s do the Bitcoin ASIC technology available).
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Om hvilke faldgruber, der kan installeres og kører, kan det forekomme. Anbefalinger fra personlig erfaring og selvtilpasning af programmet til ekstraktion af kryptominuta på forskellige computerkonfigurationer, er for det meste de mest almindelige computere, der ved et uheld kan være ved hånden.
I just love this statement @jerrybanfield: “The beauty of this system is once we get it built, we can modify it to mine whichever coins are the most profitable instead of relying on a third party to continue paying us out in whatever we started with at a fixed hashing power.”
On the other hand, there are people putting ether in contracts that don’t let them withdraw for some long period of time, because they think long-term the value will go up and they don’t want to risk short-term fluctuations scaring them into selling when the price drops. Staking would be perfect for them.
Before you sink more money into it to consult someone with more experience or read more forum posts. Fury cards are extremely bad for mining. And never ever buy Corsair PSUs. Period, they will not only die quickly, they use cheap components
Yeah the BTC crash was definitely due to the bitfinex hack and ETH trailed with that and was getting dumped in the FOMO for ETC. I bought ETH all the way down until I was out of BTC. I thought I was getting a great buy around .0161 BTC but it kept crashing and I was frantically moving BTC to the exchanges. Spent my last 10 BTC for ETH at .0145 BTC 🙂
Could someone help me out here. I’ve got a R280X that should run around 290 h/s on equihash. I runs great guns on Cryptonite 485 h/s but when I start Claymore Zen64 miner it starts out at 275 h/s and then starts to throttle back to 150 h/s. It drops my clock speed in half and I have no control over setting thru MSI afterburner. It mines along but at half the speed 500mhz.
Great post! I have been thinking also about setting up my own mining rig but as im not that technical i joined genesis mining which has been good for me and been earnig quite good ? so this post has me getting excited again to start setting up a mining rig. Going follow the steps you pointed out to see if I can get started…also good to start small and build out.
You don’t need to erase anything, you download the miner and run it with your configuration… if you want to stop the miner and use another one, you just stop the miner and use another one… no installing or unistalling…
The methods of costing transactions are different in the two. In Ether, it depends on the complexity of computation, the storage needs as well as the bandwidth usage. However, in Bitcoin, there are no such factors affecting the costing as all transactions compete with each other equally. This is what is known as Gas (in Ethereum), limited to each block while for Bitcoin, the limiter is the block size.
The problem I have seen with the Z170 board (MSI -A Pro) I have is that you have to set pci latency timer manually. I managed to get 5 cards running reliably after playing with that setting (best suggestion is to use >16*number of GPU). Default was 32, and the board struggled with more then 3 cards.
4) RAM – or Random Access Memory – this is a basic component in any computer is basically a scratchpad for jotting down calculations and recalling information quickly in a computer. 4GB should do the job.
But in principle, it only applies to the amount of ether, not its price. If the price falls by half, then the payback of the farm will be twice as long and this formula applies to everyone. The safest method here is extracting the air and transferring it to bitcoins.
If you have a graphics card that you would like us to look into or add to the site – please get in contact, If this is all too much you can always outsource the selection of mining equipment to someone else by buying a cloud mining contract with Hashflare or Genesis Mining.
@DarkVarano Indeed, the shadows are quite buggy. And yes, it’s not my fault but I could hardly put blame on daxnitro, think about what he has created! I don’t mind the bugginess for now, and he said he’ll work extra hard to fix the shadows for the next update. I’m looking forward to that very much!
As always agree with what you’ve written here. I definitely do think it is profitable for people who already have cards. I still think it could be profitable even at current GPU prices, but for me it is insane to buy more at this point from a risk standpoint, as I’m being ultra risk averse.
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well, you just need 7!!! but buy 8 or 9, because they may be the first thing to stop working…. and connect only 2 molex per Cable… not 4… because the molex cable can handle only around 130W… and the cards will draw 65W each… so 2×65 = 130W…

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