“Ethereum Mining-App real”

“Ethereum Mining-App real”

Hi, You don’t need any kind of extra PSU and the PSU does not matter.. For FTW you need extra Splitter which you can find here – http://www.parallelminer.com/product/18awg-pci-e-6pin-to-dual-8-pin-y-splitter-extension-cable-2x-62pin-cable-6in-each-side/
Overclocking on a 370 is minimal, there’s only 100MHz headroom from stock (1400) to max (1500), core clock can’t reliably be o/c’d more than 1150MHz from factory (950-1060). That’s it. This is still a very good rate for the power and price, though, at least with the single 6-pin models (some XFX and maybe others have 2 boost cables).
The Fiji based GPUs such as the Nano and Fury aren’t that cost effective and as the file size increases due to their limited VRAM buffer capacity they do fall well behind the R9 390 series. When it all boils down to it the GTX 1070 looks to be king as it offers solid performance and a very high level of efficiency. The R9 390 and 390X are faster, but will consume much more power.
Figure. This picture explain the input of the hash function must be manipulated to generate a hash result of specified difficulty. The difficulty is a pattern of easy comparison, in this case, the hash result is less than 100.
The most important part of a mining rig is the video cards. Currently the most effective cards are the GeForce 1070 and AMD RX 470/480/570/580. One of the newest and most powerful GPUs for mining is the AMD Vega 64 8GB which can reach 46MH/s.
Difficulty is likely to continue its established rising trend (and could spike on the release of more efficient GPUs) and price is extremely unpredictable (and may crash if the market dislikes Ethereum’s solution to its on-going DAO crisis). Further, Ethereum is scheduled to switch to a Proof of Stake model at some unspecified date, meaning it will no longer be mineable.
Like I see it, the current best GPUs can mine 46 MH/s (Radeon R9). And they’re still profitable. So what exactly is the problem with having a miner that has more hashing power, would the power consumption be too high? How high would the power consumption of something like this be, I mean bitcoin miners have incredibly high electricity cost as well, why is this so different?
1. You published this article on January 19,2017 and you talk about RX 480, but you recommend a driver that is not for this type of video card. I know that Claymore recommends it, but I think it was long time ago, when he wrote his program.
The Ethereum Platform rests on open-source software, and there is a risk that the Ethereum Stiftung or the Ethereum Team, or other third parties not directly affiliated with the Stiftung Ethereum, may introduce weaknesses or bugs into the core infrastructural elements of the Ethereum Platform causing the system to lose ETH stored in one or more User accounts or other accounts or lose sums of other valued tokens issued on the Ethereum Platform.
Graphics cards were all run at their out of the box configurations without any modification whatsoever.  While we are aware that if you are going to set up a dedicated mining system you are likely going to run a modified vBIOS on your card we simply wanted to see the natural performance of these cards. Radeon and GeForce cards were run on the latest drivers at the time of this article.
As other have said, no direct impact. But some altcoins are popular for dual mining with ethereum. If those coins go to ASIC, it will force miners to recalculate what makes for a profitable mining operation.
GPU CORE OVERCLOCK/UNDERVOLT – we need to do two things to the GPU core. First, we will need to set P7 clock rate and its voltage. You need to remember that the GPU’s core is not used to mine ethereum a lot, it just helps the memory to do the hashrate. The GPU’s core generates the most heat on the GPU and uses the most power, so our intention is to push the GPU’s core down as much as possible to save power and lower the temperature on the GPU without losing ethereum hashrate, lose some hashrate because we save more on the power cost reduction than the small ethereum hashrate drop. It would be very recommended to have Wattmeter to make your own calculations to see what’s more worth for you. In general most optimal clock rates for ALL GPU’s is around 1150mhz. Some RX 570 can even work at around 1100mhz without losing any, or very low hashrate reduction on ethereum and that will reduce  the power draw drastically. Some RX 580 need 1200mhz to have the optimum hashrate, but most of them work best at 1150mhz. In general never go above 1200mhz because it will start to use much more power,  and you can will that with your Wattmeter. For the Voltage part, it’s best to keep them at 850mV. You can try to reduce the voltage to 825mV or 800mV if you are going to keep the GPU’s at 1100mhz, but it is possible to get a freeze or crash. The best way for you is to test your hashrate with those values described and see what effect it has for your GPU to run it at 1100mhz, 1150mhz, 1200mhz with 850mV voltage in all cases. Then compare the power draw with the hashrate and calculate what’s more profitable for you. In most cases 1150mhz/ 850mV is optimal.
Wir verfügen derzeit über eine funktionstüchtige 10 GH/s (Ethereum) und 265000 H/s (Monero) Einrichtung. Desweiteren ermöglicht unser Standort, in naher Zukunft, rasch eine zusätzliche Leistung von 24 GH/s zu beherbergen. Dies ist bald erhältlich im Vorverkauf auf unserer Seite.
Processor: If you go with an LGA1150 motherboard the Intel Celeron G1840 Processor is often used as it a TDP of just 53 Watts and costs $55.99 shipped.  If you opted for the newer Intel LGA1151 platform something like the Intel Celeron Processor G3930 at $39.00 shipped would not be a bad choice and has a TDP of 51 Watts. Since the CPU load is minimal (usually under 15% for pooled mining) you can get away with a low-cost processor and they both come with a heatsink fan (HSF) that you can use. We highly suggest turning off the Windows 10 search indexing service (simple guide) on your dedicated mining rigs as that eats up power for something that isn’t needed. With it enabled we noticed our CPU load was going up to 40-50% and the system was using significantly more power.
What will 100 or 200 ether mine 3-4 years from now? Ask yourself that. If you don’t know, check out the history of popular coins like bitcoin and litecoin, etc. Check out how much they skyrocketted in price. Read forums about people who sold them really early and didn’t wait. Find out how much REGRET everyone has who had the chance to be millionaires. Read the success stories of 20 year olds who spend $200 bucks on bitcoin and are now millionaires.

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