“Ethereum Mining Rig Builder”

“Ethereum Mining Rig Builder”

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.
If you’re building a dedicated mining rig, then you probably want your mining rig to boot up and start mining automatically, without any user intervention. We’ll need to enable auto-login for that to be possible.
OK so this sounds like a problem with your graphics card driver. Are you using the latest driver for your card? If you’re using a standard Windows driver, this could be the cause of your problem. So I suggest you check out the relevant Nvidia or AMD website and get the latest GPU drivers for your machine.
I’ve been using Minergate for about five months now. We have three MacBook Pros in the house so I connected them all to one account via log in and I mine! Granted I can only mine via CPU and I’m probably mining at a loss most of the time, occasionally I luck out with the pools.
So I am working through some issues. First I have two drives. C: which is a fairly small SSD drive just for my OS (the blockchain is too big to fit on here) and an E: drive which stores everything else. I finally figured out how to store the blockchain on E: with my coinbase and if I am solo mining it works (probably not going to mine anything but works nontheless). So I am considering pool mining. According to your article I must first downloan the entire blockchain which I am working on doing again to the E: drive.… Read more »
Here’s the only real drawback to this card: It’s an all-round excellent performer, so that mining demand has driven its price from the regular $400 range to over $700! If you’re able to find it at a lower price, don’t hesitate to snap it up.
Please do your own legwork before looking for handouts. We are a helpful community but are not the place for hand-holding new miners through every step of the process. See the multitude of intro guides for that. Similarly, simple questions belong in the “Simple Questions” monthly thread.
However, being a tech enthusiast and a believer in disruptions, I truly believe there’s a bright future for cryptocurrencies. If I’m right, the current rise in Bitcoin and Ethereum is just the start. And one coin might be worth 100x its price today, which might justify mining it today.
Installed Mine.bat file in main folder and at startup. However, the last line, C:\windows\system32>ethdcrminer64.exe -epool…. , will not execute. States this file is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program of batch file. Why is this ethdcrminer64.exe file not found? Seems to be pointing to windows\System32 folder. Stuck in Mobile with the Memphis Blues again.
Hashes per watt is absolutely not the metric you want to judge a card’s merit on. Case and point: you pick an RX 560 and the ilk as the ultimate card, even at a pittance of hashes per card. Usually, the increased coins earned from the extra hashpower outstrips the extra power usage significantly (up until you hit that steep portion of the performance exponential curve). If you’re scaling anywhere past a few cards or a single rig, 75W vs 100W on a card isn’t your primary concern.
If the miner finds a hash that matches the current target, the miner will be awarded ether and broadcast the block across the network for each node to validate and add to their own copy of the ledger. If miner B finds the hash, miner A will stop work on the current block and repeat the process for the next block.
New to mining. I currently have 6 msi RX580’s stable at 29.6 MH/s on claymore. In the pool I was in I don’t think I’d ever get paid dponing 177 MH/s. On nicehash i can’t figure out how to set it up so I’m only mining ETH and my MH/s is only 22.3. Any help would be appreciated.
As other have said, no direct impact. But some altcoins are popular for dual mining with ethereum. If those coins go to ASIC, it will force miners to recalculate what makes for a profitable mining operation.
With the right GPU (an advanced GPU from AMD or Nvidia) you’ll be able to mine for Ethereum 200 times faster than you would have been able to with a CPU, and many that mine for Ethereum professionally say that the AMD GPU cards are much more efficient than the Nvidia brethren.
It is possible that alternative Ethereum-based networks could be established, which utilize the same open source source code and open source protocol underlying the Ethereum Platform. The Ethereum network may compete with these alternative Ethereum-based networks, which could potentially negatively impact the Ethereum Platform and ETH.
This video card is the older brother to the RX 580. For some cryptocurrencies, the AMD RX 480 actually outperforms the RX 580, but I put it at number 3 on the list since it is discontinued and somewhat difficult to find other than on the used market. My favorite model, of course, is the AMD Sapphire RX 480 Nitro+ (Model #11260-20-20G). If you can find these at a decent price point (again, always worth checking eBay), they are a great value.
The value of dedicated GPU is going beyond the needs of gaming, it is proven to fulfill the professional needs for Deep Learning researches. As it turns out the modern graphics cards are very good at achieving the framerate requirements for virtual-reality. To our biggest surprise, GPU is profitable at crypto-currency again, such as Ethereum, so we can profit from our current hardware setup. This article will run through the basic mining knowledge, and guides how to setup a Windows 10’s machine with a GPU to do Ethereum mining.
First, I should note that performance can vary significantly depending on the display driver used, the software client used, and the configuration of the graphics card, so please take this as a rough performance guide.
Mining Ether takes up a lot of electricity. On the plus side, though, if mining practices are carried out efficiently more income is generated through the sale of Ether. Ethereum mining calculators are available for calculating profits. So, there’s no need to get worked up since you’ll still get a profit at the end.

One Reply to ““Ethereum Mining Rig Builder””

  1. you get the error that the ROM file could not be read, for that you will need to replace the Riser your GPU is connected to, or  you will need to connect that GPU directly to the motherboard or use  a DDU to reinstall the current driver and install the driver back on, if that does not work try to download Atiflash 2.74 Version and try using this instead.

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