“Ether Mining-Vergleich”

“Ether Mining-Vergleich”

So if you’re looking at snapping up a few GPUs to mine Ethereum you’re probably not that interested in performance right at this very moment. So I’ve skipped epoch 130 and started testing at 140. Here the RX 580 still looks good in relation to the GTX 1060 series. In fact, the RX 470 and 570 are offering a similar level of performance, as are the older R9 380 series.
Fans. Liquid cooling requires more thought as it is the GPUs that require the cooling and you will have to purchase the correct GPU liquid cooling add-on, or purchase a GPU with the liquid cooling built in.
There may not be enough data to verify this and I am aware that correlation does not mean causation so I have no problem if you take issue with this point but if you look back at Bitcoin and Litecoin they both started out as CPU mined coins. When they both finally exploded was when GPU mining became possible. I am sure there are many other factors but if you look at coins which are only CPU based, like primecoin etc, they have failed to capture any large market cap despite being longer lived and innovative. Primecoin is now GPU minable. I’m curious to see where that road leads.
Noch haben sich die Ethereum-Entwickler allerdings noch nicht endgültig darauf geeinigt, was alles in die Metropolis Hardfork rein soll. Zwar sind bereits zahlreiche Änderungen vollständig, doch es fehlt noch unter anderem die finale Version von Caspar, und es gibt noch einige Uneinigkeiten, etwa über die Frage, ob man den Mining-Reward senken soll. Daher haben die Entwickler noch kein konkretes Datum für Metropolis genannt. Angestrebt wird aber ein Release im August oder September.
A household name like Samsung further cryptocurrency mining as a viable business venture.  While it will almost certainly be a revenue booster for Samsung, the company shied away from making any financial predictions on its new venture. The true tester will be the mining community’s feedback once the new chips are launched.
You can determine the rating for efficiency by dividing the hashrate by the power consumption. Newer cards are usually more efficient. This rating is of prime importance—given that electricity is a fixed, ongoing cost. In other words, the more efficient your card, the more profitable it will be once you’ve received the ROI.
worst article ever, get your fact right, you state different speeds for the same card (RX vega 64) and clearly you dont have a clue, i mine with rx580 and my hashrate its 30 with bios mod and propper patched drivers for mining
He uses a vending machine as a real life example. You input the code B6 into the vending machine. The vending machine takes this code, and then executes the code. The candy bar labled B6 is then dispensed.
I think the approach is wrong. It is based on competition instead of cooperation. The ones with the most hash power, most coins, or most memory gains more. Whatever the new requirement is, miners will adapt and change to gain an advantage.
GPU makers didn’t sign up to build machines that print money. But it turns out when you do make machines that can print money, people tend to buy them at a rate faster than you can make them! Right away, whether or not you did it on purpose.
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.
More specifically, the miners will run the block’s unique header metadata (including timestamp and software version) through a hash function (which will return a fixed-length, scrambled string of numbers and letters that looks random), only changing the ‘nonce value’, which impacts the resulting hash value.
Below, I have outlined the considerations you need to keep in mind when choosing these base component and the popular options for each. You can use a website such as PCPartPicker to ensure that the parts you have chosen will work together. Also, if you’d like you can buy complete CPU, RAM and Motherboard bundles from gpuShack.
To back up your wallet for Ethereum. First show hidden files in your system. If you don’t nkow how to, go to your desktop, press F1, and type in “show hidden.” A window will open with diffent options that can let you option the mentu to show hidden files.
1. Based on the stores that you usually buy GPU (if you could add international info will be awesome) do you think it is reasonable to invest in the rigs or should you hodl your finances and wait for a price drop? I know it is speculative kind of a question and things change every second but I am just qurious about your opinion.

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  1. As the S9 requires 1275 watts of power depending on your power type available you can either use two 110v PSUs such as a Gold rated 1000 watt PSU and a 650 watt PSU to power the miner. If you are able to use 220v power and have the correct outlets or PDU (Power Distribution Unit) you can use special PSUs that are either made specifically for Bitcoin Core mining or even those made for servers.
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    The tool GPU-Z shows the workload of graphics cards in the system. While you are mining, this should constantly show 100%. This means the system will get hotter than during normal use. Good cooling is therefore a must. (Source: heise online)
    While there are many Bitcoin mining hardware manufacturers, some of these should be seen as systems integrators – using the ASIC chips manufactured by other parties, and combining them with other electronic components on a board to form the Bitcoin mining hardware.

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