“Ethereum Mining GPU Temperatur”

“Ethereum Mining GPU Temperatur”

The Radeon R9 295X2 has by far the highest rate (46.0 MH/s) of the Ethereum GPUs on the market and will cost you $600. It has a power cost per day of about $1.44, a return per day of about $1.61 and a cost per MH/s of $13.04. This gives a return per year of $586.43.
-etha   Ethereum algorithm mode for AMD cards. 0 – optimized for fast cards, 1 – optimized for slow cards, 2 – for gpu-pro Linux drivers. -1 – autodetect (default, automatically selects between 0 and 1).
Dear rufio88, I’m experiencing a problem that showed up today, after an unwanted windows update (that I was stopping for about 3 weeks), my mining rig slowed down a 35% in hash rate. I have windows 10. Are you or anyone else you know having the same problem ?
Head over to MyEtherWallet.com (Note: Please beware of phishing websites. Do not enter your key on a website you arrived at by clicking a link. Always triple-check the domain. The real site is MyEtherWallet dot com)
To calculate the size of the PSU you require you will need to add together the power requirements of all of your components. A site like PCPartPicker will do this for you perfectly. Add 20% on to the required as a safety factor. Also, make sure you’re using a high-quality, well recognized, and high-standard PSU, as if it blows, you could say goodbye to some very expensive equipment.
@jstefanop Yes, I understood that part And it is indeed a slick improvement to the current implementation. I was asking @work about the ASIC “on the fly” DAG calculation in the kernel inner loop that I *think* he was putting forward as an ASIC alternative to doing random memory accesses to fetch the DAG bits from the whole DAG stored in GPU memory. Sorry for the long sentence.
The official Frontier release of geth only supports a CPU miner natively. We are working on a GPU miner, but it may not be available for the Frontier release. Geth however can be used in conjunction with ethminer, using the standalone miner as workers and geth as scheduler communicating via JSON-RPC.
   ethdcrminer64.exe -epool etc-eu.suprnova.cc:3333 -ewal YourLogin.YourWorkerName -epsw x -esm 3 -dpool sia.suprnova.cc:7777 -dwal YourLogin.YourWorkerName -dpsw x -dcoin sia -allpools 1 -allcoins -1
The Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti remains one of the most powerful graphics cards in the world, and is our recommendation as the best graphics card for 4K gaming. However, as a mining GPU, it is also an excellent choice, but there are a few considerations that prevent it being higher up this list. First of all, it’s still an expensive GPU, and the power consumption is high compared to other cards. This means the return on your investment is less, and will take longer to cover your costs. If you don’t mind splashing out on this GPU (or you’re going to also use it to play games with), then you’ll be very happy with the results, especially as with a bit of tweaking you can get a hash rate of 32 mh/s.
Um zu Staken, musst du eine gewisse Anzahl an Kryptowährungen oder Token “wegsperren”. Diese sind natürlich nicht verloren und können jeder Zeit entnommen werden. Die gestakten Coins oder Token müssen in einer entsprechenden Software durchgehend Online sein, damit du Blockrewards bzw. Transaktionsgebühren erhalten kannst.
Viele Neulinge in der Welt der Kryptowährungen denken, dass man mit Mining Kryptowährungen erschaffen bzw. schürfen kann. Allerdings ist das nur teilweise richtig. Das Mining ist nämlich dafür entwickelt worden, damit eine Übereinstimmung in der Blockchain herrscht.
Gibt man beispielsweise 2100 Euro für die Komponenten aus und sie wären zwei volle Jahre lang konkurrenzfähig, dann kämen pro Tag rund 2,90 Euro für die Amortisation der Hardware hinzu. Damit sich also ein Minin-Rig überhaupt amortisieren kann, müsste es zwei Jahre lang rund um die Uhr störungsfrei laufen und bei konstantem Strompreis von 29 ct/kWh Kryptowährung im Wert von knapp 10 Euro täglich generieren.
An application-specific integrated circuit (abbreviated as ASIC) is an integrated circuit (IC) customized for a particular use, rather than intended for general-purpose use. In Bitcoin mining hardware, ASICs were the next step of development after CPUs, GPUs and FPGAs. Capable of easily outperforming the aforementioned platforms for Bitcoin mining in both speed and efficiency, all Bitcoin mining hardware that is practical in use will make use of one or more Bitcoin (SHA256d) ASICs.
Even though the Ethereum network is maintained by miners who are rewarded with Ether, the Ether supply is not infinite. Each year no more than 18 million Ether can be issued. This system reduces the effects of inflation and the possibility of “lost coins” effecting the value of Ether.
Um jedoch richtiges Ether zu minen, benötigt ihr die Ethminer Software. Diese könnt ihr ganz einfach von der offiziellen Ethereum Webseite herunterladen und anschließend auf eurer Hardware installieren. Sie führt alle notwendigen Prozesse, sowie das Mining, aus. Ist die Software einmal installiert, könnt ihr aktiv am Ethereum Netzwerk teilhaben und mit dem Mining loslegen.
Update, 2/5/2018: We have a new article posted detailing CyptoNote (Monero) mining performance with AMD’s Threadripper processor with a CPU-optimized algorithm, alongside a handful of other X86 processors and a powerful GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU.

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