“Ethereum Mining Gpu Vergleichstabelle”

“Ethereum Mining Gpu Vergleichstabelle”

@high110 everything is going perfectly except ethminer says JSON-RPC problem. Probably couldn’t connect. Retrying in 1… forever. And geth won’t mine with more than 1 GPU with the -mine option. – anon58192932 Oct 1 ’16 at 5:36
If it’s not included in your driver software, you’ll need a utility that monitors overclocking and temperatures. (While overclocking is not intended for more advanced users, it may reduce the lifetime of your GPU, and certain minor alterations may yield significant hash-rate improvements.)
A very high cost to design and manufacture a batch of ASICs keeps most of this market. The designers of the coin often design ASICs in an attempt to stabilize the mining of the coin long term. and keep interest in that coin.
@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.
Gh/mm² is a simple measure of the number of Gigahashes per second of the chip, divided by its die area (area of the the actual silicon). This measure however does not take into account the node size which affects how many logical cells can fit in a given area.
If you’re used to Windows and haven’t ever gone near Linux, then stay with Windows. If you’re planning on using 6 GPUs, then Windows 10 is recommended as it has support built in naturally. Windows 7 & 8 will require some playing around with. If you are used to command line style systems, and mining will be the only aim of the rig, then I’d highly recommend looking at ethOS.
On the whole, your hardware, excluding GPUs, shouldn’t cost you more than $500, and the large part of this will be your PSU. Below is a recommended purchase list from Amazon. The total without the GPUs comes to $472.21. While with 6 RX480s your total cost would be $1702.15 sans shipping costs.
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.
You might also want to consider installing Linux on your mining system — one of the lightweight distributions like Lubuntu or Xubuntu is a good option, although there are also Linux distros made specifically for mining. While it’s possible to mine with a Windows PC, it’s a little bit easier with Linux. Currently, you can’t mine Ethereum from a Mac.
We are going to be using the very popular Claymore Miner.  Get the current version here from Claymore’s original Bitcointalk thread and download the current version from the Google or Mega download links he provides (don’t use other people’s links).  The current version as of the time of this writing is 9.6 and you’ll want to get the Catalyst and Cuda version (not the Linux version).  
An Ethereum mining profitability calculator can be used to determine a rough estimate of your earnings based on your hash rate, the network hash rate, block time, and the price of one ETH. Two examples of calculators can be found at EtherScan and Badmofo.
Figuring out how to set up all the mining equipment for Ethereum can be a daunting task for someone without the technical expertise. With the market expanding, more and more people are looking to invest in Ethereum. What some people may not realize though is that you can also mine Ethereum to passively generate an income every month.
Before you begin, remember that the actual amount of hard cash you’ll make from doing this will vary depending on the mining difficulty, the fluctuating price of Ether and how powerful your hardware is. MinerGate has a built-in benchmarking tool to give you a rough idea how much you stand to make per year, although this doesn’t take into account the electricity used by your machine.
Set the GPU core to 1100 Mhz and then to 1200 Mhz (don’t forget to apply, save profile and then run the overclock.bat) to see the difference in hashrate and the power draw from the wall. (if you see no difference in hashrate after chaning GPU core clock rate you need to restart your PC, sometimes if you change overclock/undervolt a lot it will stop making changes)
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:
I’m going to assume that everyone reading this is capable of installing a fresh copy of Windows. Complete the installation and boot into the Windows desktop before proceeding to the next step. If necessary, also install the LAN/Ethernet driver that came with your motherboard so that you can get online.
-tstop   set stop GPU temperature, miner will stop mining if GPU reaches specified temperature. For example, “-tstop 95” means 95C temperature. You can also specify values for every card, for example “-tstop 95,85,90”.
The bad news is that if you want maximum performance out of your rig, you’ll probably eventually want to flash your GPU BIOS under either operating system, but we’ll get into that in part 4 of this guide. But if you already know that overwriting your GPU BIOS with a custom replacement is outside of your comfort zone, then sticking with Windows will at least allow you to undervolt.
It is possible to mine Ethereum, using online services such as AWS, or DigitalOcean. However, no-one has managed to make this real-time profitable, and you should only take this root if you don’t wish to build your own rig and want to speculate on the pricing.
4. For all repairs or RMA, within warranty or not, customer must return the defective parts at his/her own expense after opening a support ticket and troubleshooting with Asic Miner Market instructions.
Anhand dieser verblüffenden Zahlen sind die Dimensionen für die Zukunft schier unglaublich. Genau hier beginnt das Entwicklungspotenzial einiger Währungen. Sie gewinnen mehr und mehr an Akzeptanz und ihre Coins können von Jedermann geschürft werden. Einzige Ausnahmen bildet Ripple und NEM, ihre Währungseinheiten werden von den Eigentümern aufgelegt bzw. ausgegeben und können nicht geschürft, aber gekauft werden.
I’m wondering why EVGA’s 1080 Ti FTW3(both air and air and water cooled) have a dual BIOS if that is the case which I am fairly positive it is. I guess we just have an extra level of protection if we update the BIOS incorrectly.
Die Wahrscheinlichkeit einen Block zu finden steigt also mit dem Faktor, wie viele Coins du aus einem Blockchain Netzwerk besitzt. Besitzt du mehr oder Token, so ist die Wahrscheinlichkeit größer, dass du einen Block findest und die Transaktionsgebühren erhälst.
 – A standard keyboard, mouse and monitor are needed.  If managing your rig remotely (not covered here in this beginner guide) you will want to get a headless hdmi dummy plug to plug into your rig so it boots into Windows properly for remote access.  
ETH-only mode when ASM algorithm is used (enabled by default): change “-dcri” option value with “+/-” keys in runtime to find best speeds. If you get best speed at “-dcri 1” (i.e. you cannot find speed peak), use “-asm 2” option to enable alternative ASM kernel (available for Tonga and Polaris cards only).
AMD introduced their new 14 nanometer (nm) RX series card at a hard-to-resist $200 price in 2016 and crypto currency mining became much more profitable as the smaller 14nm fabrication process gives this card impressive performance and low power consumption.
Like I see it, the current best GPUs can mine 46 MH/s (Radeon R9). And they’re still profitable. So what exactly is the problem with having a miner that has more hashing power, would the power consumption be too high? How high would the power consumption of something like this be, I mean bitcoin miners have incredibly high electricity cost as well, why is this so different?
DDR3 is pretty slow for ETH mining, look at the GDDR5X it’s slower than GDDR5 and DDR3 is way slower for mining, but it would be probably cost effective with those DDR3, seems like DDR4 are too expensive that’s plus.
We had to exclude certain boards because they were too slow (previous-gen GeForce GTX 9-series, for example) or came up short on memory capacity (GeForce GTX 1050 2GB and Radeon RX 460 2GB). As you’ll soon see, those are important considerations, as two cards armed with the same GPU aren’t necessarily equal when it comes to mining Ethereum.
Mining is not easy work for a computer, so the hardware that is required to mine relatively fast can cost thousands of dollars. Most computers which are used soley for mining use multiple graphics cards which cost over $500, and very efficient power supply units. The stress caused by mining on the hardware also makes it much more likely that your units will break or overheat leaving you with useless hardware and lots of potential downtime.

One Reply to ““Ethereum Mining Gpu Vergleichstabelle””

  1. Although not as potentially powerful as an ASIC, GPUs are more flexible in their application. The GPU is the Graphics Processing Unit. It’s the chip on your graphics card that does repetitive calculations, often for processing graphics. While we’ll discuss the use of GPUs in mining, they’re often used in gaming computers for “smooth decoding and rendering of 3D animations and video.”
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    Before we go changing any values, if you haven’t run your miner at stock settings already for a few minutes to get a decent idea of its baseline performance, now is a good time to do that. Look for output along the lines of “ETH: GPU0 XX.XXX Mh/s” while Claymore’s miner is running. There will be some variance from line to line, but that XX.XXX number is the hash rate for that individual GPU. When you have a good idea of your average hash rate, close the miner—it’s time to start making some changes!

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