“Ethereum Mining Dag Größe”

“Ethereum Mining Dag Größe”

Edit: In einem anderen Beitrag wurde von einem User argumentiert, dass es sich lohnen muss weil allein schon heise.de darüber berichtet und daher was dran sein muss. Kleine Anektdote: Vor dem Crash Ende 2013 und Anfang 2014, worauf 2 Jahre lang nahezu nichts passierte, hat c’t noch schön über Mininghardware geschrieben…
Moreover, each GPU is powered through the PCIe 2.0 x16 slot and (for our powerful GPUs) an additional cable (6 or 8 pins) plugged into the PSU. Problem : when the GPU is connected with a PCIe 2.0 x1 slot instead of a PCIe 2.0 x16 slot… how is the GPU powered ? Well, the answer is on the USB-riser : you’ll power it thanks to a Molex cable. Finally, will you be able to plug all your cables on the PSU ? Will you have enough cables ? This should be an important criteria.
All of that being said bitcoin mining carries on at an ever more staggering rate. Before the ASICs came around bitcoin already had a substantial mining network built on GPU infrastructure. This initial network effect made the ASICs possible.
I’ve heard that Ethereum mining is ASIC resistant since it requires memory-hard hashing algorithms. However, why can’t miners buy large DRAM and devote the memory to ASIC mining? What prevents miners from making an ASIC paired with large DRAM?
We modified our x99 system to run the memory at the base 2133MHz and the 6800k was taken down to 2 cores and 4 threads clocked at 1.2GHz since we’re not needed CPU power and to lessen the power draw as much as possible outside of graphics cards.
C:\Users\Iskren Sabev\Downloads\openclminer\eth_pp_ua-openclminer\ethminer-opencl-0.9.41>ethminer -G –cl-global-work 16384 -F http://pool.eth.pp.ua/?miner=15@0x776f46305f045EeEA31Bd81519F65AE890a33c60
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eu1.nanopool.org:9999 -ewal YOUR_ETH_WALLET/YOUR_WORKER/YOUR_EMAIL -epsw x -dpool “http://sia-eu1.nanopool.org:9980/miner/header?address=YOUR_SIA_WALLET&worker=YOUR_WORKER_NAME&email=YOUR_EMAIL” -dcoin sia
Although the merit of these approaches can be debated, ultimately these figures are not as important as the ones that detail what is required to make an ASIC work. If an ASIC requires highly stable power supply, then the power supply circuitry on a board may be more expensive than for another ASIC. If the ASIC has a complex communications protocol, additional relatively expensive components may be required. If an ASIC’s die is large, fewer (rectangular slices) can be obtained from a (circular) wafer, defects affect its design dispropotionately, and cooling solutions are generally more complex compared to smaller die chips which in turn have other overhead. Chips with a BGA design are less simple to integrate than a QFN, requiring more expensive (inspection and testing) equipment.
Apart from just looking for the best Bitcoin mining rig, you should also look for the one that is very efficient. Mining needs a lot of energy, and therefore you should look or one that can be able to convert more energy quantity into Bitcoins.
For the hard drive, using an SSD is essential. While SSDs are more expensive, you will only need a 16GB one, which will set you back less than $30. If you’re planning to solo mine, it’s recommended that you buy a 32 or 64GB one, but again this will only be a few dollars more.
Mining is permitted by the cryptocurrency software itself. If you go solo mining, you can start mining with the software that is running your node. But it stops here. What about pool mining ? What about dedicated miners for GPUs ? Some great people have not only implemented mining algorithms but have also permitted pool mining and hash optimizations ! They’ve made their softwares available on the Internet : some are open-source and you’ll need to compile the source code, others are closed-source and you can download their binaries only. The choice of the miner is significant in terms of performance and thus of ROI. Try the different mining softwares yourself : don’t care about the hashrates read in forums. Actually, future miners often forget that a mining software comes with parameters that may have effects on mining performance.
One of the many advantages of having a robot run your organization is that it is immune to any outside influence as it’s guaranteed to execute only what it was programmed to. And because the Ethereum network is decentralized, you’ll be able to provide services with a 100% uptime guarantee.
Bis dahin wollen die Ethereum Core Entwickler in der Metropolis Phase von Ethereum angekommen sein. Der Fahrplan von Ethereum besteht aus vier Phasen – Frontier, Homestead, Metroplis und Serenity – von denen jede durch eine Hardfork eingeleitet wird und einen Abschnitt in der Vollendung von Ethereum darstellt. Derzeit sind wir in Homestead, der Phase, die der Entstehung grafischer Wallets und der Sicherheit gewidmet war. Mit Metropolis möchte Ethereum den Massenmarkt angreifen. Ein Teil dieser neuen Version wird die Einführung des Caspar Proof of Stake sein, der zunächst noch parallel zum Mining laufen soll. Erst wenn die Eiszeit wirklich zuschlägt, wird Proof of Stake das Mining verdrängen. Dies wird dann die Serenity Phase einleiten.
The  Nvidia GTX 1070   is what I’ve been putting in all the rigs I’ve built for folks since about April of 2017 when all the AMD Rx 4 and 5 series cards sold out and doubled in price on secondary markets. It can mine at 30Mh/s while sipping only 100 watts of electricity. After testing several models, my favorite is the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Windforce OC (model # GV-N1070WF2OC-8GD). It has a twin fan design and seems to run cooler than most of the other 1070 models I’ve tested. If that model is unavailable, any twin fan designed 1070 will work well. Blower models like the Gigabyte 1070 Founders Edition mine at the same hash rate, but need more supplemental cooling like a box fan pointed at your mining rig. I’ve linked to Amazon above, but be sure to check eBay as well for availability since Amazon often limits the number of GPU units you can purchase. 
Es kann sich rechnen – unter den von dir genannten Begebenheiten ist allerdings davon abzuraten. Du kannst es ja einfach mal überschlagen.. ist ja recht einfach zu errechnen. Vom Miner allein über den Stromanbieter wird es aber aller Wahrscheinlichkeit nach eher ein Verlustgeschäft.
Des Weiteren kannst du natürlich auch die Hashrate direkt in der Mining Software ablesen. Im ersten Bild wird die Hashleistung von der ethminer.exe jedoch in H/s anzeigt. Du musst diesen Wert also noch mit 1.000.000 dividieren um auf MH/s zu kommen.
All computers are not created equal when dealing with massively parallel processing : either you’ve got a supercomputer with a great number of CPUs, or you create a very customized device…like an ASIC. Third solution : use your GPU, or even better : build a computer with several GPUs !
Dieses Verhältnis wird sich auf Dauer nur weiter zu Gunsten dieser verschieben, denn die kleinen User nutzen ihre Coins, statt sie zu staken und bekommen dadurch keinen Reward ab. Die Kurve der Reichen verläuft auf Dauer also exponentiell, wenn das auch (noch) nicht erkennbar zu sein mag.
Miners come to consensus about the transaction history while preventing fraud (notably the double spending of ethers) – an interesting problem that hadn’t been solved in decentralized currencies before proof-of-work blockchains.
According to Morgan Stanley estimates, miners today earn roughly $1.76 each day in profits per each GPU owned. That’s up from 56 cents in October. Those figures assume the miner owns an AMD Radeon 580 and pays roughly 70 cents per day for each GPU’s electricity.
7/11/2017 Update – The growing number of miners, lowering Ethereum price and increasing difficulty has lowered the amount of Ethereum that one can mine. We highly suggest looking at other currencies to remain profitable and to get your investment back!  If you plan on buying a mining system today you are already way to late it appears and you might be better off using that money to buy the alt coin of your liking.
That’s based on a Tuesday note from Morgan Stanley analysts led by Joseph Moore, who say that Ethereum prices have remained high overall—up about 8,900% over the past year—making Ethereum mining more profitable. In turn, that profitability has driven consumers to snap up graphics processing units (GPUs) used to mine, or acquire new cryptocurrencies, from major suppliers such as AMD and Nvidia.
I just don’t get this kind of blatant fraud. At 25 MH/s, you’re using ~200+ GB/sec of VRAM bandwidth. That’s not a theory, it’s a fact. So, this 200 MH/s Z02 would need 1.6 TB/sec of memory throughput to a single 3 GB GDDR VRAM memory. That is not possible with today’s memory technology, or tomorrow’s either. That doesn’t even consider 80 ASICs trying to share the address and data bus to the same VRAM. This thing is so far from reality that “fairy tale” is a radical understatement. The saddest thing is, some folks will actually believe this crap and buy it.
But this is where the money hits the wallet and while the 1080+1070+1060 was 42.5% more profitable in terms of hashing to power draw the initial cost makes payback insanely high as it cost 3x as much as the 470+570 configuration. Something very important in the long game.
While it does take a fee from your mining, it’s GUI is quick and simple to use and once install you can be mining instantaneously. It also has some challenges that encourage you to mine, and if you’re an absolute beginner, then the simplicity of this software will have you jumping for joy. If simplicity is something you prefer, then NiceHash is also a very solid option.
For Windows, the Genoil miner has proven to be the most effective, and I’ll show you how to set this up. However, if you’re interested in other alt-coins, then you should also consider looking at Claymore miner.
As the name might suggest, ethminer is where the actual mining happens. Ethminer interfaces with the GPUs and performs the work, and it gets it work from geth. To run ethminer, we have to tell it where geth is located:
Hi All, I am running Windows 10 on an Intel Celeron 1.8GH. I have downloaded the files, started geth-console.bat and still having this since 4 days. Wi-Fi has been disconnected sometimes. Does it take so long to generate a wallet address ?
You do have some great information on mining with the GTX 1070, thank you. But you don’t mention the 1070 Ti, how come? According to other research I have found that the 1070 Ti is actually more efficient, and faster than the 1070 so overall it can cost less and mine more.
Okay so I have read about ethereum’s asic resistance… it’s designed to be profitable with GPU’s and they dont want asics to “destroy” that like it happened with bitcoin and scrypt miners. But I don’t understand why it wouldn’t be profitable? I understand that the Ethash algorithm needs lots of memory and that’S not cheap. But why hasn’t a company just produced them in bulk for a lower price and made it profitable ?!
   For systems with more than 10 GPUs: use letters to specify indexes more than 9, for example, “a” means index 10, “b” means index 11, etc; also “a”, “b”, and “c” keys allow you to turn on/off GPU #10, #11 and #12 in runtime.
A proxy was created to fix it, so official Ethereum miner is locally connected to the proxy by HTTP protocol, for local network delays due to HTTP protocol are small. Proxy is connected to the pool via Stratum protocol so it has small delays too. Currently most pools support Stratum and you have to use HTTP-to-Stratum proxy to make official miner work with pools properly. Of course you can try to connect official miner to a pool directly via HTTP but you will lose 10-20% shares because of a short block time in Ethereum.
Ethereum launched Frontier – the first release of the project including actual mining of Ether with CPU and GPU at the end of last month. The Frontier release comes with a command line only interface with a Javascript environment that allows building, testing, deploying and using decentralized applications on the Ethereum blockchain. Ethereum is being described as a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third party interference. So far the available code is mostly intended for developers and though the network is active it is not very user friendly to normal people that might be interested in trying to mine some Ether. Ethereum’s next release named Homestead is supposed to offer in a few months a user friendly interface for normal users.

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