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Rx 580 Mining Performance - Crypto Mining Blog

Rx 580 Mining Performance - Crypto Mining Blog

All About BTC, LTC, ETH mining as well as other alternative crypto currencies Crypto Mining With Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 580 Limited Edition As promised last week after the official announcement we are starting a series of reviews of the new AMD Radeon RX 50 series of GPUs and the first card to go through is the Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 580 Limited Edition. This is one of the top models of RX 580 from Sapphire that comes with higher factory clocks compared to most other RX 580 GPUs and some nice additional extras such as spare fans. Compared to the last years Sapphire RX 480 NITRO+ the new RX 580 counterparts do come with higher clocks and improved cooling solution and a bit higher price as well. The new RX 580 cards that are more like the last years RX 480 from Sapphire are now called PULSE and not NITRO and hopefully we are going to soon have a PULSE card to check out, but for now let us see what the NITRO+ Radeon RX 580 Limited Edition has to offer SAPPHIRE NITRO+ Radeon RX 580 8 GB Limited Edition: 14 nm FinFET, 4th generation Graphics Core Next (GCN) 8192 MB GDDR5 Memory, 256 bit Memory Bus, 2000 MHz Memory Clock Display Outputs: 1x DL-DVI-D, 2x HDMI 2.0b, 2x DisplayPort 1.4 All-new Dual-X 95 mm fans, two ball bearing Power connectors: 1x 6-pin PCI-E, 1x 8-pin PCI-E The new larger cooler is a welcome improvement as are the the additional spare fans included in the package of the RX 580 NITRO+ LE GPUs, though the non Limited Edition RX 580 and the RX 570 NITRO+ also come with the same new cooler. Other notable difference however is the additional power connector found on the NITRO+ RX 50 series, they all feature a single 6-pin and a single 8-pin PCI-E power connectors. The extra power connector is needed due to the higher clocks and increased power consumption, Continue reading >>

Rx 580 Hashrate - Page 6 Ethereum Community Forum

Rx 580 Hashrate - Page 6 Ethereum Community Forum

I recently picked up a MSI Radeon RX 580 DirectX 12 RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC (Hynix memory). I've followed the VBIOS that i found here ( ) for this exact card....1:1750 and 1:2000 and 2:1750 and 2:2000 with overclocking 1200 / 2120 MHZ. This setup supposedly gives 29.5 MH/s as it has been confirmed from multiple people. However, I've only been able to obtain 27.2 MH/s. I'm using daggerhashimoto from nicehash on an inactivated windows setup. Any thoughts on why I can't push it to 29? Hello guys, I am sorry for asking such a simple question, but I am a complete noob at mining. If I buy asus strix rx580 8gb, which is not oc, will it be possibble to flash the bios? Will I lose warranty? I have Gigabyte RX 580 Gaming 8G Hynix on Windows 7 22.3Mh/s at stock (1340MHz 2000MHz 1.15V 122W) As soon as I modify the memory clock the hashrate drops to 20Mh/s I strap at 1750 (not stable at 1625), I obtain 24.9Mh/s at stock and at 1000MHz 2000MHz 0.85V 74W No memory clock possible without a hashrate's drop. hello guys ,I am working 30.2 mhs with 5 cards in 2 weeks with solomining. What happened yesterday, all the cards dropped to 29, what is the reason for this. All cards shapphire rx 580 nitro + 8gb oc. I am using Claymore 9.4 on windows 10. Dzembo77, will you post your settings? Did you use a particular ROM? I can't get my 6x MSI 4GB 580's to go beyond 25Mh/s without crashing. Its because your strap in the higher slots is wrong. Its not running the say 2:2000 slot until under load and at 2000mhz, strap is settings for that , really you only need the :2000 field set to a good strap the your set. I have Gigabyte RX 580 Gaming 8G Hynix on Windows 7 22.3Mh/s at stock (1340MHz 2000MHz 1.15V 122W) As soon as I modify the memory clock the hashrate drops to 20Mh/s I strap at 1750 (not stable at 1 Continue reading >>

Basic Guide: Mining Ethereum With Rx400/rx500 Gpus Steemcreated With Sketch.

Basic Guide: Mining Ethereum With Rx400/rx500 Gpus Steemcreated With Sketch.

AMD Crimson Drivers: For 400 series, use 16.11.5 . For 500 series use 17.4.3 . Some of you might asked, why did I not use the latest drivers? Those were selected because they are the latest version that supports modded bios without patching. (windows only, ethos works with all cards out of the box) Atiflash 2.74 : for saving original rom & flashing modded rom to the GPUs (windows only). Polaris Bios Editor 1.4.1 - modifying and saving to custom rom (windows only) GPU-Z v1.20.0 - optional: but good for looking at the card sensor information during mining (windows only) Display Driver Uninstaller 17.0.6.4 - used to wipe drivers and disable windows automatic driver installation. (extracted to c:\temp\ddu) Open Hardware Monitor 0.8.0 Beta - optional: used to monitor the core and mem speeds and GPU temperature. Also used to manually set fan speeds. (windows only) Claymore Dual Miner v9.3 - my personal favorite miner! Works for both Ethos and Windows. Bear in mind there is a 1% developer fee which I am happy to pay! (windows and ethos) Ethos 1.2.1: I love this... pretty much a no brainer. Boot it up and it just works! Well, to be fair, you should follow their KB to set up the miner with your wallet, at a minimal. ( Ethos Knowledge Base ) Polaris Bios Editor -- Only the exe file is needed. I used c:\temp Open Hardware Monitor -- I used c:\temp\ohm Claymore Dual Miner -- I used c:\temp\cdm. For this, you would need to configure the miner start.bat. Instructions in the same page as linked Modding & Testing (all done via Windows and assuming the basic setup was done): 470/570 - You should see ~22 MH/s for each GPU 480/580 - You should see ~24+ MH/s for each GPU Note: For those that want to mine with Ethos, reboot to Ethos directly instead of Windows 10. You may see the numbers d Continue reading >>

Definitive Guide To Dual Mining: Etc + Siacoin

Definitive Guide To Dual Mining: Etc + Siacoin

Definitive Guide to Dual Mining: ETC + Siacoin Everyone has probably heard about dual mining. Lets talk about its advantages and drawbacks. We must warn you right away that dual mining is not possible if you use Equihash algorithm (Zcash, Zen, or Zclassic). Please keep on reading if you prefer Ethash (Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Musicoin, Ubiq, or Expanse) and use Claymores miner. First, choose the second cryptocurrency you want to mine. It may be Decred, Siacoin, Lbry or Pascal. Go to their official websites, read and make your own decision which one is the best for you. Do not rely on profitability calculators only, use your brain. It is important to know the highest and lowest currency rates. Try to figure out why the world needs this crypto project. We recommend Siacoin and Lbry because they are pretty straightforward about why they were created. But its just our personal preference. Decred and Pascal might be worth trying as well. Lets focus on Siacoin and assume the following: you already have a rig with 8x Nvidia GTX 1070 GPUs, you mine Ethereum Classic on 2Miners.com, and your hashrate is 250 MH/s. Important: it doesnt matter which coin you use as your primary one! You could mine Ethereum, Expanse, Pirl, Ellaism, Dubaicoin, etc. -mode 0 -dpool stratum+tcp://eu.siamining.com:7777 -dwal e713cacee7bb50a6034c11ddbb56d84194ef7553d6caed555f466ae8655a09298d455948280b.RIG1 -dcoin sc -dcri 45 Add the line above, without interruptions to the existing bat file, and start mining the second coin on siamining.com . To get a wallet address, download the official Sia app or use any exchange to create a wallet. By the way, Siamining pool uses the PPS reward method (Pay Per Share), so you get a set payment regardless of the pools luck. If you prefer PPLNS (Pay Per Last N Shares) Continue reading >>

Sapphire Rx580 8gb Nitro+ Oc - 31.9mh Ethereum Mining / Ethereum Classic Mining

Sapphire Rx580 8gb Nitro+ Oc - 31.9mh Ethereum Mining / Ethereum Classic Mining

SAPPHIRE RX580 8GB NITRO+ OC - 31.9MH Ethereum mining / Ethereum Classic mining INSTALL / UPGRADE SAPPHIRE RX580 8GB NITRO+ OC - 31.9MH Ethereum mining / Ethereum Classic mining tested on RX580/570/480/470 - 4/8GB Brings more speed ! *****the new driver work only with MSI AfterBurner 4.4.0 beta16***** DDU Disply Driver Uninstaller - www.wagnardsoft.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=864 Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition Beta for Blockchain Compute - support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-ReLive-Edition-Beta-for-Blockchain-Compute-Release-Notes.aspx MSI AfterBurner 4.4.0 beta16 - forums.guru3d.com/threads/rtss-6-7-0-beta-1.412822/page-32#post-5459908 atikmdag-patcher-1.4.5 - www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-AMD-ATI-Pixel-Clock-Patcher If you liked this video and found it helpful, and you would like to leave me a tip please send any amount of coins to any of the following addresses, Thank you! thnx to this.. been able to do 31.3 Mh/s with 75-80w from my sapphire rx 580 8gb nitro+ OC.. i also did bios flash my gpu, and tweak my bat file by adding this settings "-tstop 85 -tt 65 -fanmin 60 -fanmax 100 -cclock 1130 -mclock 2150 -cvddc 850 -mvddc 850" i have try this method work but after i add another card and run clymore all those speed that i been boost , not the same anymore after i add multiple card , please help me Dam dude thanks! I'm using a 4g Radeon rx580 and I went from 24.96 Mh to 32.85 Mh. Nice i have SAPPHIRE PULSE RX580 8GB i using ethos i changed settings it increase from 29 to 30 and temp increase from 2-3 C , but how i know watt consumption of each GPU PLUS The volttage ? in ETHOS any suggestions ? Thanks a lot hello. i have same rx 580 and i had my bios switch to the opposite side while i flashed the card. i get solid 30.5 mhs at Continue reading >>

Ethereum Mining Gpu Benchmark - Techspot

Ethereum Mining Gpu Benchmark - Techspot

Today we're going to take a quick look at how current generation GPUs, along with a few older ones, perform when put to the task of Ethereum mining . Cryptocurrency mining is big news at the moment and it seems just about everyone wants in on the action. We are often asked what the best GPUs to mine with are, and since we didnt have an exact answer we decided to find out. 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. Initially I started testing with the go-ethereum client but started to find mixed results with certain GPUs, I wasnt sure why that was and couldnt solve a few issues, so I scrapped the results and moved on. Parity is another popular client, but instead I decided to use Claymores Dual Ethereum miner version 9.6 for a few reasons. Number one was it worked really well with the current generation AMD and Nvidia GPUs. Second, I worked out a way to benchmark using different DAG (directed acyclic graph) file sizes. Chances are the other clients can do this as well, I just didnt work out how. I felt it important to test various DAG file sizes to show future performance as well. As the DAG file size increases, so too does the difficulty. A new DAG is generated for each epoch around every 30,000 blocks and right now it is estimated that this will happen every 4 days or so. For example, at the start of the month Ethereum was at DAG epoch #126 and now we're already over #130 and next month we should hit #140, but dont hold me to that. Something miners started to notice was as the DAG increased in size AMD Radeon 400/500 series cards took a performance hit, whereas the GeForce 10 series and older AM Continue reading >>

Ethereum Classic [etc]

Ethereum Classic [etc]

EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool msk.etc-poolcrypto.org:8008 -ewal 0x98b3a919fd206fa0bb710578575bb32a90574d3f -epsw x Thats IT! Save the opened start.bat file and RUN it ! you should be start mining ! After a few share found messages within miner, you should check your mining progress, go to wherever you are mining) and check your account and/or wallet status for LIVE mining details. Example: go to and input your wallet adress an click Lookup, after a few seconds you should see your immature balance as well as payouts ! I assume you already know how to make a batchfile (start.bat) and how to properly edit it so we are going to add a few tweaks to it and add dual mining ! Be sure to check the Readme!!!.txt included in the claymore miner zip package ! So in the basic guide we used this command line to start the miner up and running on ethereum-classic only mode ! EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool msk.etc-poolcrypto.org:8008-ewal 0x98b3a919fd206fa0bb710578575bb32a90574d3f -epsw x Now we are going to add a few extra commands to it to tweak it and even add dual mining support to it ! Fist, we need to get familiar with the most common used switches: -ethi -> this switch will set the desired mining intensity on each card from 0 8 (8 is highest) it can set to separate cards just by a coma ex: -ethi 3,7 will result the 1st gpu with intensity 3 and the 2nd with intensity 7. (the reason you would want to adjust this is to control temperaturewhen you play with overclocking !) -tt -> this is the TARGET TEMPERATURE and it will automatically adjust fan speeds to meet your desired values. ex: -tt 80,75(because i want the bottom GPU to have the same fan speed as the top GPU IF IT WAS A SIMPLE DESKTOP SYSTEM but because the position of the TOP GPU is warmer /see Physics 101, it will always require more Continue reading >>

Low Hash Rate With 2 Rx580's

Low Hash Rate With 2 Rx580's

Hi all. I just set up a couple GPU's in my PC (figured I'd start small before jump into a 6 GPU mining rig, and you can't find cards anywhere). Right now I'm pulling 45ish Mh/s, but after researching I feel like I should be able to get 55-60. I've already done the bios mod (changing the memory timin I believe). I followed a couple guides, yet when I down clock my core clock, and increase my memory clock I only get 11 Mh/s per card. I'm not sure what steps I'm doing wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated! ETA: sorry, forgot to add some info. I'm trying to dual mine using Claymore (latest version) ethereum and siacoin (my siacoin hashrate is 1400 Mh/s, don't know if this is good or not). I'm on 17.4.4 AMD drivers. I'm pool mining on Nanopool. And the cards are both PowerColor RX 580's. One is a Red Devil and the other is a Red Dragon. "You Asked For Change, We Gave You Coins" -- casascius Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here. Quote from: Reptar0nIce on June 11, 2017, 03:59:49 AM Hi all. I just set up a couple GPU's in my PC (figured I'd start small before jump into a 6 GPU mining rig, and you can't find cards anywhere). Right now I'm pulling 45ish Mh/s, but after researching I feel like I should be able to get 55-60. I've already done the bios mod (changing the memory timin I believe). I followed a couple guides, yet when I down clock my core clock, and increase my memory clock I only get 11 Mh/s per card. I'm not sure what steps I'm doing wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated! ETA: sorry, forgot to add some info. I'm trying to dual mine using Claymore (latest version) ethereum and siacoin (my siacoin hashrate is 1400 Mh/s, don't know if this is good or not) Continue reading >>

Amd Radeon Rx580 8gb Graphics Card For Ethereum Classic Mining

Amd Radeon Rx580 8gb Graphics Card For Ethereum Classic Mining

AMD Radeon RX580 8GB Ethereum Classic (ETC) mining Hashrate in Mh/s AMD Radeon RX580 8GB Ethereum Classic (ETC) mining Hashrate in Mh/s AMD Radeon RX580 8GB Graphics Card for Ethereum Classic Mining AORUS graphics cards are crafted for perfection in pursuit of the ultimate graphics experience for gaming enthusiasts. Based on the revolutionary AMD Polaris architecture, AORUS graphics card brings you incredible gaming experience. Ethereum Classicis anopen-source, public,blockchain-baseddistributed computingplatform featuringsmart contract(scripting) functionality. It provides a decentralizedTuring-completevirtual machine, the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), which can execute scripts using an international network of public nodes. Ethereum Classic also provides a value token called classic ether, which can be transferred between participants, stored in acryptocurrency walletand is used to compensate participant nodes for computations performed. The classic ether token is traded on cryptocurrency exchanges under the ticker symbol ETC. Gas, an internal transaction pricing mechanism, is used to preventspamon the network and allocate resources proportionally to the incentive offered by the request. Review of AMD Radeon RX580 8GB Graphics Card for Ethereum Classic Mining Share your reviews using the comment form below. Continue reading >>

How To Mine Ethereum Classic (etc) On Windows/linux With Amd/nvidia Gpu

How To Mine Ethereum Classic (etc) On Windows/linux With Amd/nvidia Gpu

Download Wallet! Get the latest version of Ethereum Mist Wallet Here! How to Mine Ethereum Classic (ETC) on Windows/Linux with AMD/nVidia GPU Ever wondered if Ethereum Classic (ETC) is worth mining ? Someone asked about ETC so here it is a quick tutorial on how to mine Ethereum Classic (ETC) on Windows or Linux using AMD or nVidia GPUs. According to whattomine , Ethereum Classic (ETC) is on second position as mining recommendation (for a rig with 6x RX 470 4gb GPUs), followed by Monero etc.. What are the profits with this hashing speed/configuration ? Pretty good right ? The difference is not that big but i think that it worth mining a few ETCs, when the POS hits maybe the price will have a nice number 5x Asus Strix OC AMD Radeon R7 370 4GB GPUs, rig components Claymores Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v7.4 (Windows/Linux) developer fee is 1% If you are looking to build your first rig or a new one, here is the best hardware you can get! Frame $190 GPU Mining Rig Open Air Frame Case or do it yourself, tutorial here ! Ethereum & Ethereum Classic hashing speed using 6x Sapphire Nitro+ RX 470 4GB can be up to 175Mh/s, with my current rig i get 67Mh/s only, using 5 GPUs. Make sure you buy the right GPUs for your rig, check above! To receive the latest updates follow me on social media! Lets get started to mine some Ethereum Classic (ETC) 1 Create an account with Kraken.com if you dont have one on menu from left side click on Ether Classic (ETC) click Generate New Address and wait few seconds, if nothing happens just refresh the page. 2A Mining with Claymores miner, 1% dev fee download Claymores miner v7.4 inside the folder create a new text document and paste the following code: EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal WALLET_KEY.WORKER_NAME -epsw x chan Continue reading >>

Are The Rx570 And Rx580 Profitable? Mining Performance Review

Are The Rx570 And Rx580 Profitable? Mining Performance Review

As you already probably know, AMD released a new series of GPUs the RX570 and RX580 a couple of weeks ago. Those are upgraded versions of the existing RX470 and RX480 , respectively. The RX 5xx series were really anticipated by the mining community; however, those two new models received mixed reviews. As it always happens, there is always a group of people who expect too much from new GPUs and thus get frustrated when their expectations are not met. Until not long ago, only a small number of people were able to test and review the GPUs. Now that more people got their hands on the GPUs there is a lot more information about the mining performance of the new RX 5xx. This is a topic that caused the most controversy in the community at first. As we will review in a bit, the RX 5xx series have higher power consumption than their predecessor while at the same time feature the same hashrate. This made an outrage in the community because more power consumption obviously means longer ROI. That low hashrate and high wattage combination was due to the fact that there was no way to properly configure the BIOS of the 5xx at first. Now that some time passed, some users found ways to tweak the BIOS in order to further optimize the GPU. They found ways to both overclock and undervolt the GPU, increasing the hashrate/wattage ratio considerably. This gives quite a grim outlook on the new cards because their RX 4xx counterparts output the exact same hashrate with an average 10 20% less power consumption (both on stock settings and when overclocked). Firstly, and I will review it a bit later, the 5xx series excel when dual mining. Secondly, lets see what other users could find out after the cards were released to the public. I will list the most interesting configurations I could find. So Continue reading >>

Best Ethereum Mining Hardware (2018 Updated)

Best Ethereum Mining Hardware (2018 Updated)

Last updated on February 26th, 2018 at 04:04 pm Ethereum (ETH) is a popular choice for graphics card (GPU) miners. In 2018, Ethereum smashed its long-term $400 ceiling, and reached more than $1,000. Ethereums Ethash algorithm is one of many algorithms designed for optimal mining on GPUs. Generally speaking, a GPU is good for mining all GPU-mineable cryptocurrency (including Ethereum Classic , Monero , Zcash , and Vertcoin). This situation gives GPU miners enviable flexibility, in order to be able to switch between over 40 coins that are based on their current profitability. If youre new to mining Ethereum , there are 4 important things you should know: Ethereum intends to switch to a Proof of Stake scheme called Casper. Although this switch has been delayed, its reasonable to expect that it will occur in late 2018. Ethereum mining will no longer be possible after that, unless a hybrid Proof of Work/Proof of Stake model is implemented. If so, rewards to miners will be significantly reduced, with perhaps half of all new coin rewards going to holders instead. Ethereum mining currently requires a GPU with at least 3 gigabytes of Video RAM (VRAM). This VRAM requirement is expected to grow to 4 gigs in 2018. The Ethereum Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) file is stored in VRAM by miners. The DAG grows in size by remaining proportionate to the mining difficulty. About once every epoch (or 30,000 Ethereum blocks), a new DAG is generated, which must be downloaded in order to continue mining. You can view the current epoch and other Ethereum network stats here . (At the time of this writing, the epoch was 162.) Note that the performance of older cards will degrade with each new epoch. Up to a point, more VRAM will also improve performance. The present difference between a 4- and 8-gi Continue reading >>

Best Bios Rom For Sapphire Nitro+ Rx 580 8gb Special Edition Hynix Memory 31+ Mh/s

Best Bios Rom For Sapphire Nitro+ Rx 580 8gb Special Edition Hynix Memory 31+ Mh/s

Best BIOS ROM for Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580 8GB Special Edition Hynix Memory 31+ MH/s Best BIOS ROM for Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580 8GB Special Edition Hynix Memory 31+ MH/s Here is another BIOS long waited for most of you, but thanks to Igor i was able to test the Sapphire RX 580 8GB Special Edition remotely via teamviewer. I must say that the Special Edition GPU is awesome, just like the Limited Edition and Nitro+ with great hashrate, stability and undervolt control. I didnt had an energy meter to check power consumption from wall, but based on GPU-z reports i can come up with something very close to reality. The benchmarks were done for the following: Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580 8GB Special Edition 3 Switch BIOS to silent mode (display ports side) Point 3 from previous tutorial: click here Point 4 from previous tutorial: click here Before to continue further, please share this VERY IMPORTANT: Always extract ATIflash to C:/atiflash folder and place the ROM file that needs to be flashed in the same directory Point 5 from previous tutorial: click here Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580 8GB Special Edition Hynix Memory RX 580 8GB Special Edition Ethereum (Ethash) Mining Hashrate Performance & Power Consumption Ethash Algorithm: Ethereum Classic (ETC), Ubiq (UBQ), Expanse (EXP), Soilcoin (SOIL) etc.. start.bat file for Ethereum only with claymore clocks and voltage: EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal ETHEREUM_WALLET.WORKER_NAME -epsw x -tstop 85 -tt 65 -fanmin 75 -fanmax 100 -cclock 1200 -mclock 2250 -cvddc 850 -mvddc 850 -dcri 8/12 RX 580 8GB Special Edition Claymore Dual Mining Ethereum and Siacoin Hashrate and Power Draw 2 start.bat file for ethereum dual decred with claymore clocks and voltage: EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal ETHEREUM_WALLET.WORKER_NA Continue reading >>

Amd Virtual Currency Miners

Amd Virtual Currency Miners

Ethereum Zcash Monero Cryptocurrency Mining Rig with 132 MH/s. Compact 5 GPU Miner. (We can set up with your wallet if you like). Five RX 580 8GB GPUs. Motherboard with support for 5 GPUs (Gigabyte). Graphics Card AMD rx 570/ 8 gb will hash 28mh/s to 31mh/s with new BIOS system These graphics cards may also be used for gaming, obviously. With each card when used with new BIOS for AMD can hash up to 30mh/s which is the best bang for your buck right now. 1x AMD rx 570 / 8gb graphics card. Used and in great condition, has a few different types of cards. Electricity is too expensive here! Had lots of fun tweaking and getting them running as fast as possible. Cheers to the future of crypto! 13 AMD XFX XXX RX580 13 GPUs Hashing 350 consistently out of the box. GPUs more potential if flashed. 2 Corsair 1200 Watt Power Supply 1 Corsair 850 Watt Power Supply 13 Fans Installed 168 - 180 Mh/s ETH Crypto currency GPU Mining Rig - Ethereum - Monero - ETN All cables to run all of the above The miner has been steadily mining ETH since December with no issues. Before mining, the cards were used for light gaming. MSI afterburner is being used for fan speed and can be used to overclock. 8 AMD RX580 Extensible 215Mhash/s ETH Mining Machine Coin Mining Miner 8 AMD RX580 graphics card, extensible to 12, high hash rate up to 215 Mhash/s, increasing your opportunity of finding the next block and receiving the reward very quickly. With 8 AMD RX580 graphics card, high hash rate and low power consumption, this mining machine giving you stable mining performAnce and quick mining reward. 6 card gpu miner 6x Radeon Nitro Sapphire RX460 4gp cards (bios already overclocked) Asrock h81 pro btc motherboard with Intel chip 4gb HyperX ram Corsair HX 1200i platinum power supply 6 pci risers and 6 Avencor Continue reading >>

How To Build An Ethereum Classic (etc) Mining Rig - Ethereumclassic

How To Build An Ethereum Classic (etc) Mining Rig - Ethereumclassic

How to build an Ethereum Classic (ETC) mining rig Ive been mining ETC for about a month and a half now and I wanted to share with you my experience with building and configuring a rig that, in my humble opinion is performing rather well. I will try to be as detailed as possible but if someone does not understand something, feel free to send me a message and I will try to help. This article will not be about building a huge mining farm for millions of dollars, instead it is targeted towards people that want to dip their toe in the world of mining, start small, learn the basics and then decide for themselves how much they want to dedicate to it (personally, the experience got me excited and I started dedicating more and more time to the cause). When picking a hardware, the first thing to consider is your budget. In my opinion, start small, regardless of how much money you have. As with all investments, when you lack personal experience, going all in is never a good approach. Regardless of how much articles/guides you read on the Internet, until you start fiddling yourself, you will never get the maximum out of your hardware. Which brings me to another important point - identical GPUs are not as identical as you think. Even if you buy 2 cards from the same manufacturer that came out of the factory one after another, they will most likely be a little different (one will clock slightly better than the other, or spend a little more electricity, or run a little bit too hot, or too loud, things like that). So here is what you are going to need to get started: There are many options on the market. One thing to consider is how many PCI-E slots does it have. I suggest going for one with 6 slots, but of course it is entirely up to you to decide on this. The motherboard we are goin Continue reading >>

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