“Ethereum Mining mit Aws”

“Ethereum Mining mit Aws”

Hello, I was wondering if you could help me with a bios modification question. I have a rig running mostly rx470 mining editions, are these cards already maxed out when it comes to tweeking their bios? Im asking becuase i have tryed to tweek them in the past and run into issues and a loss in hash rate…
The key cryptocurrency technology is Blockchain. The Blockchain “locked-in” all the transactional facts into space and time, such that modification will be almost impossible in the open and distributed network. The “space” is the content and “time” is the sequence of contents. Imagine a Block content is the facts about money transfers, the Block’s hash value will provide an unique signature (or digest) to tell if the Block’s content is authentic. If the Block’s content has been tempered in anyway, the hash value will be different so that everyone knows that the content cannot be trusted. Since the Blockchain has been distributed throughout the open network, other untempered copy of the Blockchain can continue to maintain the truth. The tempered Blockchain will simply be ignored.
When we saw the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 getting 27.4 MH/s in stock form we were impressed, but then the faster clocked NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 with more CUDA cores only got 20 MH/s. We talked to NVIDIA about this and they said it’s because the Ethereum base code fits the GDDR5 latency characteristics better than GDDR5X. So, when it comes to Ethereum mining a GeForce GTX 1070 is better to have than the GeForce GTX 1080. That said the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti uses GDDR5X memory and is getting 32 MH/s.
Da die Frage nach der Besteuerung von Kryptowährungen noch relativ neu ist, gibt es viele (Halb-)Wahrheiten und auch offene Fragen. Wir haben alle Fakten über die Besteuerung von Bitcoin, Ethereum & Co. für euch zusammengetragen und weitestgehend durch Gesetze verifiziert. Eines vorweg: Keine Steuern zu zahlen und das Thema zu ignorieren, das ist langfristig auf jeden Fall die schlechteste Alternative – denn nichts ist so sicher wie der Tod und die Steuer.
Obviously a lot more research would have to go into it, but I find it hard to believe that grabbing the dag bits via an “on the fly” asic method would be any faster than random memory accesses on a DAG stored in memory.
Now replace “” with your Ethereum Wallet address (which starts with 0x…) so copy that from your other text file and paste it here.  Then replace “” with any name you would like to create for your miner.  We’ll use “MiningRig1” for our example, so you now have:  
Bei den meisten Anbietern wird die Rechenleistung auf einen gewissen Zeitraum z.B. 2 Jahre oder auch Lebenslänglich gekauft. Fließen mit 1 TH/s anfangs noch gute Erträge, so sind diese wahrscheinlich nach einem Jahr wertlos.
Whichever card you decide on, be prepared to spend a lot of shopping time at the various retailers and resellers. Only then can you hope to find that coin at a “fair” price. Mining has really inflated GPU prices across the board, which is a good indicator that GPU mining is still profitable—if you play your cards right.
You can also use an overclocking utility like MSI Afterburner to manually set fan speeds to get cooler temperatures (this will wear out the fans faster than usual so you might have to replace them eventually).
After you have synced up to the Ethereum network it’s time to fire up a mining software solution specifically designed for Ethereum, one that you are going to be able to pull out of Geth or one that you can download independently all on your own.
MinerGate will display a message to say that ‘smart mining’ has been activated. The MinerGate Mining Pool will automatically try to use your computer’s resources to mine cryptocurrency in the most profitable way.
Unlike Bitcoin, Ethereum is also a platform for smart contracts. It offers a way for organizations or individuals to enter into contracts that are automatically fulfilled when certain conditions are met without a bank or other financial service acting as an intermediary.
The Claymore miner software source code is encrypted (if someone would have the source code he could make his own miner and would be much easier to remove the developer fee. That’s why Windows Defender is going mad when he encounters Claymore miner, because it does not know what the Claymore software is doing it will try to remove it and warn you about dangerous file.
I don’t think that Tom’s is going to advance mining much; our longtime enthusiast members mostly won’t get into it and it’s widely enough known already. A little extra knowledge for those of us on the sidelines and, who knows, maybe miners will concentrate on the most efficient cards and the price of the rest will go down. Not an issue for me, I’m running a fanless GT430, so what do I care about current prices?
I though that developing Ethereum ASIC would be unprofitable because of their plans to switch to PoS, but it seems like Bitmain has calculated otherwise. Maybe it will be usable to mine other coins with the same algorithm. But since it won’t be able to mine all GPU algorithms, GPU mining will still be around for a long time, so if this ASIC will over ETH mining, current ETH miners will just switch to other coins.
Overclocking on a 370 is minimal, there’s only 100MHz headroom from stock (1400) to max (1500), core clock can’t reliably be o/c’d more than 1150MHz from factory (950-1060). That’s it. This is still a very good rate for the power and price, though, at least with the single 6-pin models (some XFX and maybe others have 2 boost cables).
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.
In summation, again, GPU mining isn’t really that easy. Especially on larger scales. You really have to love it, and I do, but it isn’t too hard for your average gamer to get into. I’d say it is almost an artform that could be lost (see attached image for my work of GPU art). GPU mining has shown that it can create a robust transaction processing network with stable growth in a still very federated manner. I may be biased, but I think GPU mining with some ASIC resistant measures would be a fantastic platform for fast adoption of Ethereum and network stability.
Step 7: You need to tell your Geth Program to start communicating with the rest of the Ethereum network. You do this by typing in “geth –rpc” – this should look like “C:\>geth –rpc” (on the latest version you should try: geth –rpc –fast –cache=1024) Press enter and the screen should start downloading the blockchain for Ethereum – at this point you are synchronising with the rest of the Ethereum network. This can take a while depending on your internet speed and the current size of the blockchain, anywhere between 20 min and multiple hours. Sometimes your firewall can block this process – just click allow access. Keep this cmd open, you will need this to run in the background in order to be able to mine. Also make sure you start mining only after your blockchain is synchronised, not before. Due to The DAO hard fork you will have to specify if you want to mine on the hard fork chain or on the chain without the hard fork. To mine Ethereum (ETH) use geth –rpc –support-dao-fork in order to mine Ethereum Classic (ETC) use: geth –rpc –oppose-dao-fork
AsicMiner Market team has been building and selling mining rigs, creating custom firmware for ASIC miners (padrino Jupiter firmware, padrino Titan firmware), and consulting on large GPU and ASIC deployments since 2011, when Bitcoin was just starting to gain popularity. We will be around for the future and are happy to help with projects of any size.
A: If you’ve got a suitable GPU with at least 3GB RAM, it’s a quick and painless matter of making some tweaks in Windows, installing the mining app then entering a few settings from your chosen pool’s website. Further details are available in the Getting Started with Mining section.
Once windows is fully installed and has booted for the first time, you will have to run the Windows 10 Registry tweaks for mining.bat file using this tweak disables EVERYTHING that is not important for mining on Windows, disable everything from this tool
The screenshot in this section is from a factory-clocked 1650 mhz 4GB RX 470 GPU. Feel free to use the settings pictured as your starting point if you have a 4GB GPU, I haven’t found any cards that aren’t stable at these settings yet; most go a bit lower on the voltages.
Using ethereum, the app doesn’t require one entity to store and control its data. To accomplish this, ethereum borrows heavily from bitcoin’s protocol and its blockchain design, but tweaks it to support applications beyond money.
Theoretically I could make a card, with 2 processors (similar to an R9 290 DUO) and stack 2 memory controllers each with 16 GB of ram on the card and end up with a near 100 MH/s (96 really) it is beyond my own ability to finish the engineering and programming of such card, and I do not possess the LARGE amount of funds it would take to generate the first card. All subsequent cards would be fairly inexpensive ($300-$400 to produce)
A: 99.9% of Cloud Mining sites are Ponzi schemes or fractional reserve Ponzi’s.  Even though there are a few that have been around a long time, there have been no 3rd party audits of the hashing power sold and profits are usually very low unless you are promoting heavily and getting others to join in (another red flag of ponzi related activity).  Short Answer – Our advice is DO NOT buy into Ethereum Cloud Mining sites or related Deposit Investment/HYIP programs.  
To connect all of the GPUs to your rig you’ll need a motherboard with at least 6 PCIe slots. You’ll see most motherboard offer PCI x16 and PCIe x1 slots but the risers will connect into a PCIe x16 or x1 slot (this doesn’t affect the mining hashrates).
How on earth could you have 80 asic chips sharing a 3GB VRAM? That’s not possible. The chips may be capable of 2.5 MH/s without a memory bottleneck, but what difference does that make? The only other explanation would be they have 3 GB of VRAM per chip, which would be .24 TB of VRAM. And, of course, they give no price.
Moving away from a single GPU to a mGPU configuration makes the most sense if you are even considering mining.  You already have the necessary cost of operation (motherboard/system power) so adding GPUs to the mix pulls more return than a single GPU.  We could have run many different mixed GPU workloads but we picked a few and ran with it.

One Reply to ““Ethereum Mining mit Aws””

  1. I seem to remember earlier posts on Ethereum stating something to the effect that both CPU & GPU mining were going to be possible, with GPU maybe being slightly more efficient. To me that was awesome, that at least on some level i would be able to participate.
    The AM200 Ethereum Miner has been in development for a number of months with the goal of delivering a high quality solution suitable for almost any environment. Proper cooling, and web based management of the miner provide for ease of use not seen with many Ethereum Miners to date,
    An ASIC (application-specific integrated circuit) is a microchip designed for a special application, such as a particular kind of transmission protocol or a hand-held computer. You might contrast it with general integrated circuits, such as the microprocessor and the random access memory chips in your PC. ASICs are used in a wide-range of applications, including auto emission control, environmental monitoring, and personal digital assistants (PDAs).
    The NVIDIA GTX 1070 is capable of mining at 30Mh per second while consuming just 100W of electric power. The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Windforce OC is the best of the models available currently on the market. It operates cooler than most 1070 models probably due to the fact that it is available with a twin fan design. On sale at amazon, you will have this Ethereum mining GPU in your possession.

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