“Ethereum Mining Cloud frei”

“Ethereum Mining Cloud frei”

Hello Peter, I was wondering if you know ethOS well enough to possibly help me getting my Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 480 4G to get higher in hash rate? I am stuck at 24mh/s and I can’t seem to get it higher but everyone keeps telling me most people are reaching 28+. If you want just email me please! I would appreciate all the help!
To monitor your rig, you have two options. You can either log in through SSH or look at the generated stats panel. The stats panel has the advantage that it’s a simple web page and you can easily view it from anywhere. SSH poses the advantage, that should you have any issues, you can easily remotely manage the system (as long as you’re happy with Linux command line operations).
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About a week ago I was hunting for a few Radeon cards for a project, specifically a second Nitro+ RX 570 for a crossfire comparison, needless to say I couldn’t find one and gave up.  A friend of mine said he was looking for a second RX 480 for his setup and that he couldn’t find one outside of crazy high prices, chalked that up to EOL on the RX 480s and told him to snag a similar RX 580.  He couldn’t find one of those either.  Thinking he just didn’t know how to search, since he’s not very computer savvy, I decided to help out.  That’s when things got interestingly and eerily similar to searching for a Radeon card in late 2013 – early 2014 back when I was deep into Litecoin and Feathercoin mining.  Then I came across Ethereum and everything became clear.  While I’m not going to pretend to be an expert on Ethereum I am no stranger to the world of crypto currencies. Having spent months on end tweaking GPU bat files for LTC and FTC while setting up ASIC miners for BTC, I decided to jump in on this one to see what the craze was all about!
Nanopool now has a quick start that makes it very easy to download and setup the Claymore Dual Miner. On the Nanopool front page, click on ‘Quick Start’ under the Ethereum banner. Simply follow the steps to download and install Claymore’s Miner as well as setup your config file with the config generator.
Dieser Block mit dem richtigen Hashwert wird nun von allen anderen Teilnehmern im Netzwerk übernommen. Der Miner der den die richtige Nonce gefunden und somit den richtigen Hashwert generiert hat, bekommt den Blockreward + Transaktionsgebühren des Blocks (Block-Vergütung).
After you found the optimum Memory clock rate, we will need to try and push the GPU Core clock rate to 150 MHz. That’s important because on the last step we will try to reduce power draw of the GPU by heavy amount, and that’s only possible with 150 MHz on the GPU, basically the closer you will get to 150 MHz you will save more power, no need to go over 150 MHz.
There are real figure heads who run Ethereum unlike Bitcoin, which is owned by nobody. Ethereum also features decentralized apps. The Ethereum blockchain is the base, and other people can build decentralized blockchains on top of Ethereum.
All left to do is to simply fire up the platform, allow it to run and use your resources, and sit back and collect as much of that sweet Ethereum as you can muster. The more powerful your machine and the longer you allow it to be used as a mining box, the more Ethereum you are going to be able to accumulate.
The next coin to embrace GPU mining is going to do quite well I think. Since Ethereum is ready to launch in the next months the stars have aligned in that it is launching at a time coincident with the rolling out of the first wave of Scrypt ASICs. If it becomes GPU minable it will have an instant support network of well oiled GPU transaction processors eager to switch to a more profitable network. Since Ethereum is also a revolution to the 1.0 cryptos this instant acceptance by large amounts of processors should only serve to assist it in its adoption and notoriety in a bitcoin-centric environment. It was this phenomenon that gave legs to the non-revolutionary Litecoin.
If you can be clear about what exactly do you mean by RX cards speed problem that would be helpful. And, when you post in 2018 that and RX 580 is getting 18 MH/s and falling fast, what is this information based off of.
The reality is that the threat of a likely switch to Proof of Stake is whats making it uneconomic for anyone to produce asics, as you know in advance they would have a limited lifetime, and the cost of creating the asic is so high ($millions!) you’d want to know you could have a profitable run for awhile, with the switch to PoS, you wont get that.
Also, the hashes, the mathematical puzzles that the computers must solve in order to earn Ether, keep getting harder. As time goes on, you’ll need more GPUs and more memory in order to stay competitive. In addition, more time will likely pass in between solving blocks. You might go weeks or even months before you solve your first block and earn your first 5 Ether.
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Something miners started to notice was as the DAG increased in size AMD Radeon 400/500 series cards took a performance hit, whereas the GeForce 10 series and older AMD Radeon 200/300 series cards didn’t. So this may be bad news for those that snapped up Radeon RX 470/480 and Radeon RX 570/580 graphics cards. As of writing, it isn’t clear if this is simply a driver issue or a weakness of the Polaris 10 architecture. Anyway let’s take a look at the results…
Ethereum is mined just by using the memory of your GPU, so the GPU’s core is almost not affected by  the ethereum mining at all. This gives a possibility to utilize the GPU core for mining some other coins in the same time as you mine ethereum without affecting its hashrate. Of course if you would mine the dual coin at full potency, it would affect the ethereum hashrate, that’s why we will need to optimize the intensity of the dual coin, lowering it at such degree that it’s not affecting the ethereum hashrate.
If you can find this card at a decent price, it’s a very good performer. By boosting the stock speed via an overclocking utility (such as Afterburner), your hashrate may increase from 10% to over 31 MH/s.
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool stratum+tcp://daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353 -ewal 1LmMNkiEvjapn5PRY8A9wypcWJveRrRGWr -epsw x -esm 3 -allpools 1 -estale 0 -dpool stratum+tcp://blake2s.eu.nicehash.com:3361 -dwal 1LmMNkiEvjapn5PRY8A9wypcWJveRrRGWr -dcoin blake2s
As you can  see in the dual mining configuration, the last part is “-dcri 25”. That means that the  dual coin is set to mine intensively ,  and it shows how much GPU core is assigned for that task. Yes it’s needed for solo mining too, and needs to be set to 6! This is a very important part because it’s DEPENDANT ON THE GPU SERIES. The only noticeable difference between the RX 570 and RX 580 series is their GPU Core. The memory (used for ethereum mining) is almost the same on those cards, so there is basically no difference in  the ethereum hashrate, but the big difference comes in the GPU Core. The RX 580 series can handle around -dcri 25, don’t go above that because it can reduce your ethereum hashrate. For RX 570 series the optimal -dcri is around 19-22. For some cards even lower as 13, this needs to be tested by yourself. The proper way would be to start with -dcri 10. Then using your keyboard press “+” or “-”, that way you can increase or decrease -dcri by 1, as will see on the claymore miner. By going up you will see the dual coin hash rate going up, repeat  that until you can start to see the ethereum hashrate decrease, then, after you find that spot reduce -dcri by 3, so you are not pushing the GPU to the limit. On the RX 570 series it’s possible to get a higher hashrate on ethereum with dual mining rather than just solo mining. Optimal for RX 570 is around -dcri 19 , optimal for RX 580 series is around -dcri 25. For some cards it’s possible to go even further, but it’s not worth it to stress the GPU too much.

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