“Ethereum Mining-Rechner 1080 Ti”

“Ethereum Mining-Rechner 1080 Ti”

Cryptocompare und ähnlich funktionsarme Rechner sind genau der Grund, weshalb Ahnungslose Neulinge denken das sei ein tolles Geschäft. Das ist schamlose Augenwischerei. Bei Cryptocompare Ergebnissen kommt raus, dass man im Jahr zigtausend Plus macht und dass das immer so weiter geht. Tolles Geschäft. Wenn du jetzt allerdings einen Rechner nimmst, der den exponentiellen Anstieg der Difficulty mit berücksichtigt stellt man fest, dass man jeden Tag weniger verdient und mach nem Jahr mit Glück die Hardware amortisiert hat. Dann kann man sie auch wegschmeißen, weil sie spätestens dann nicht mehr rentabel minen kann und man sogar beim Weiterbetrieb anhand der Stromrechnung draufzahlt. Dazu hat man sich noch 1 Jahr lang drum kümmern müssen. Jeder der vor nem Jahr ganz einfach nur die Coins gekauft und liegen lassen hat ist heute dick im Plus und das wird in einem Jahr auch wieder so sein. Immer mit Risiko natürlich. Selbst wenn der Kurs mal abstürzen sollte, cool bleiben. Nichts machen. Bis jetzt hat er sich immer wieder erhohlt. Wer versucht zu traden verliert normalerweise. Den Markt schlagen ist verdammt schwer. Das wird so lange weitergehen bis Crypto auch bei Tante Erna angekommen ist. Dazwischen werden auch einige Coins wertlos werden, aber die die sich durchsetzen werfen Gewinne ab, da hat ein Fonds noch nie was von gehört. BTC als Mutter aller Coins steht da recht solide da. Und wer nicht will der muss ja nicht. Eigenes Risiko. My 2 Pfennig.
Goodnight everyone, I’m trying to mine with my Zogis video card Gforce 6500 1gb ddr2. however appears a driver mensangem cuda wrong version. already installed the nvidea driver straight from the site, both in windows 7 as the 10 in opcl also does not work in certain mining CPU. I’m just not getting the video card. Anyone know why?
If you’re running a lot of GPUs (4+), additional tweaks might be necessary to ensure that they’re all recognized by the OS. Exact tweaks vary by motherboard, but setting the PCIe speed to Gen1 is usually good place to start. No need to change anything now, but make a mental note that you may need to come back and play around a bit if all of your GPUs don’t show up in the OS later.
Now all of your GPU settings are displayed. We will need to change each GPU to be in MINING (Compute) mode. By default each GPU is in graphics mode, and to enable proper mining (high hashrate due to DAG fix) we will need to change each GPU’s “Global Graphics” “GPU Workload” to COMPUTE from Graphics. Each time you change one of the GPU’s to COMPUTE, it will ask you to restart the AMD Settings, which will take some time,  but it’s also possible that even if you’ve changed it to Compute,  that the GPU will still display “Graphics” instead of it. To fix this, try to restart your PC and see if the value was stored properly after that.
We’re going to basically do the reverse with the memory clock speed, but there are some important things to know. If you have a GPU that is factory-clocked at 1750 mhz or less (virtually every 4GB RX 470/480 GPU, and most RX 470 8GB GPUs as well—the Sapphire Nitro being the notable exception—then 1750 mhz is going to probably be your limit via this method. Increasing the memory clock beyond 1750 mhz will likely result in a change to less-aggressive memory timings that will result in a loss of performance, and there is no way to prevent this outside of BIOS modifications. So if you have a card clocked at under 1750 mhz, bump it up to exactly 1750 mhz, which will give you a decent performance boost. If you have a 2000 mhz card, you can increase it incrementally, like the reverse of what we did with the core clock. Eventually you’ll experience system instability: artifacts on the screen, a GPU crash, bluescreen, etc. When that happens, back down a bit until things are stable.
Note : what about a dedicated OS like EthOS ? Personally, I’m reluctant to pay for a Ubuntu-based distro with “features” that are not utterly impossible to set up manually on a classic distro. Just sayin’.
and tap Enter, and you will start mining with your CPU. Again, you will need to create a DAG file, the first time you do this, which can take some time. But after that is complete, your “Geth” program downloaded in step 1 should start talking to your “ethminer” program, and you should start mining!
Therefore, when you go out to look for the best mining GPU you can find, you should think about the memory the GPU features, as well as its power needs and cost. It’s important to consider the GPUs value, because when you start mining for Bitcoin or Ethereum, you won’t be yielding large amounts of cryptocurrency to start. You should therefore try to mitigate your initial costs as much as possible to maximise your profits and start making your initial investment back as soon as possible.
Ich bin der Ansicht, dass man nur mit PoW ein wirklich dezentrales System erreichen kann, allerdings mit Algorithmen, die so weit wie möglich ASIC resistent sind und möglichst vieler Hardware ermöglichen am System teilzunehmen, wie z.B. Cuckoo Cycle (welcher auch weitgehend Poolresistent ist). Das war eigentlich auch die Idee von Bitcoin, dass jeder Nutzer (Node) nebenher mit seinem PC mined. Aber ich bin gespannt auf die weitere Entwicklung von Ethereum, denn wenn es funktioniert und (unendlich) skaliert, wie es sich Vitalik vorstellt, ist er wahrlich ein Genie.
-cvddc   set target GPU core voltage, multiplied by 1000. For example, “-cvddc 1050” means 1.05V. You can also specify values for every card, for example “-cvddc 900,950,1000,970”. Supports latest AMD 4xx cards only in Windows.
if your motherboard has additional SATA or Molex PSU connectors, you will have to connect them to the PSU, for example an H81 pro btc has 2 additional Molex connectors,and they must be enabled if you plan to have 4 or more GPU’s connected, so that your PCI-E lanes can get enough power to run stable.
‘C:\Users\Username>’ the username placeholder is the name of your computer and is the usual display format by the command terminal. Locating Geth is the next step; type in ‘cd/’ into the command prompt terminal; this is an instruction to change directory. ‘C:\>’ should be highlighted now, which means you are currently in the C: drive.
Currently, only the Star Wars Collector’s Edition model appears to be available from Nvidia. While these Jedi Order cards certainly look great, cosmetic features add nothing to the mining performance.
Setup was simple enough, we simply found a pool to join and what miner we would be using.  We decided to go with the Ethermine pool but finding a miner was a bit trickier.  We first tried Genoils Miner but never was able to get the stratum server connected so we moved on to Claymores Miner and that one took off like a demon, so we stayed there.  Claymores Miner allowed us to use Radeon cards as well as Pascal based GeForce cards without spending hours in configurations.

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