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Why the 3070, 3080, and 3090 are going to spike in price.

Why the 3070, 3080, and 3090 are going to spike in price.
I was one of the lucky few to get a 3080 on release and I have stressed tested everything I can think of out of this card. It is absolutely a monstrosity. I happened upon an article saying the 3080 and 3090 have terrible MH/s(hashrate/mining rate for mining bitcoin). I decided to see what this card can do and happened upon some interesting data. So I decided to use Nicehash to test the GPU mining profitability(I'm sure its off by some margin but its a good start.) After running for a day and with the correct downclock I can keep my temperature stable. Increasing the power limit past 70 yield marginal hashrate at the expense of a significant amount of power(it becomes less profitable). With my current electric bill(around 11 cents per mwh) I make 2.20$-2.40$ a day after electric expense. A more sophisticated miner could make more with the right software(linux) and lower electric rate. Just wanted to share my opinion I could be wrong, let me know what you guys think.
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Why does my apartment heat up when the AC is off, the windows are open, and its a cold night (50s-60s F)?

I live on the top floor of an apartment building and its been getting cold outside at night, so I've been opening the windows and turning the AC off to save on electricity. But for some reason, this only makes my apartment get warmer (The temperature sensor on the thermometer slowly ticks up towards the upper 70s. Why could this be the case?
The only thing I could think of would be my roommates Bitcoin mining, but I doubt its contributing that much, because its only on one GPU (2080 Super) and when his door is closed, the apartment heats up at the same rate as when its open.
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GameMax GM-1650 1650W 80 Plus Gold Power Supply with 14cm Fan - Black £85.80 at Amazon

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£85.80 - CCLOnline
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Game Max 12V ATX 1650w power SUPPLY used for bitcoin mining and ethereum ETH mining 8 GPU. A channel independent + 12V Output, power factor up to 1650w 80 Plus Gold high conversion efficiency, The typical load efficiency up to 90%. A large 140mm fan structure, intelligent temperature control, large air volume, ultra mute function mature APFC + and double forward technology, the most green and environmentally friendly power source: high power, high efficiency and full RoHS craft radiation. The applicability of the strongest power: full power input, support multiple high-power quad-core CPU's, support for 6 graphics card, high-performance motherboard graphics cards and other devices.
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efficiency exceed 88% at 220V (Gold 90% Designed basis)
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protection circuitry offer: OVP/ OPP/ SCP/ OCP/ UVP/ otp
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100% high voltage test under AC 1.5Kv 10mA 3 seconds
standby power Less than 1W, low power consumption ripple and silent.
Troubleshooting steps:
  1. Please make sure that you once you have connected the mains power cable, that you switch the manual power button to 1 from 0 located next to the power input.
  2. Make sure the 4+4 Pin 12V connection is plugged into either the 4-PIN or 8-PIN CPU Power Input on your motherboard, in addition to the main 20+4 Pin Connector. This will be 4-Pin or 8-Pin dependant on your motherboard. Your system will appear not to work without this connected.
  3. Check AC power input. Make sure the cord is firmly seated in the wall socket and in the power supply socket. Try a different cord.
  4. Check DC power connections. Make sure the motherboard and disk drive power connectors are firmly seated and making good contact. Check for loose screws.
  5. Check installed peripherals. Remove all boards and drives and retest the system. If it works, add back in items one at a time until the system fails again. The last item added before the failure returns is likely defective.
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Buying a used GPU? Read this.

Please upvote so more people can see it. If you're buying a used GPU on eBay, craiglist, etc. Your GPU might be used for cryptocurrency mining. Why is it important, you may ask. Well, GPU mining is essentially the mining of bitcoin, where bitcoin are creating through a process called "mining". Here's the worrisome part, the mining GPUs are subject to extreme conditions where they're kept running at full load for days, weeks, months, and even years. Their temperatures can exceed 95 celsius, damaging the circuitry and lowering the performance potential.
However, there is a few ways you could figure out if a GPU was used for mining or not, and if you do, you could most likely return or contact customer services (At eBay) for a defective item.
The first way is to actually see how much they're selling for. If they're selling at an abnormally low price, it might be evidence suggesting that the GPU was used for mining. Another way you could use is to look at the physical condition of the GPU. If the outside is worn out and have discolorations, it might be a sign from the intense, high-temperature, mining environment.
There are other ways too, such as tapping into the system BIOS and seeing if the original owner has oveunder clocked the GPU and if there is anything changed. The last, but not least, way you can use is to run a benchmarking test, seeing if there is higher temperatures than others or lower performance. Any of those happening could be an indicator that your GPU was used for mining.
Hope this helped you guys considering to buy a used GPU! Keep in mind, doing mining on a GPU is like driving a car endlessly. The mileage goes up, and the value goes down, and the probability of a fault goes up. If you notice any signs of mining, the best thing you could do is to return or send a dispute. Again, please upvote so more people can see this. Unknowingly buying used GPUs has been a rising problem. Feel free to post in the comments if this helped you or you have anything to add on!
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Buying a used GPU? Read this. (GPU could be used for mining)

Please upvote so more people can see it. If you're buying a used GPU on eBay, craiglist, etc. Your GPU might be used for cryptocurrency mining. Why is it important, you may ask. Well, GPU mining is essentially the mining of bitcoin, where bitcoin are creating through a process called "mining". Here's the worrisome part, the mining GPUs are subject to extreme conditions where they're kept running at full load for days, weeks, months, and even years. Their temperatures can exceed 95 celsius, damaging the circuitry and lowering the performance potential.
However, there is a few ways you could figure out if a GPU was used for mining or not, and if you do, you could most likely return or contact customer services (At eBay) for a defective item.
The first way is to actually see how much they're selling for. If they're selling at an abnormally low price, it might be evidence suggesting that the GPU was used for mining. Another way you could use is to look at the physical condition of the GPU. If the outside is worn out and have discolorations, it might be a sign from the intense, high-temperature, mining environment.
There are other ways too, such as tapping into the system BIOS and seeing if the original owner has oveunder clocked the GPU and if there is anything changed. The last, but not least, way you can use is to run a benchmarking test, seeing if there is higher temperatures than others or lower performance. Any of those happening could be an indicator that your GPU was used for mining.
Hope this helped you guys considering to buy a used GPU! Keep in mind, doing mining on a GPU is like driving a car endlessly. The mileage goes up, and the value goes down, and the probability of a fault goes up. If you notice any signs of mining, the best thing you could do is to return or send a dispute. Again, please upvote so more people can see this. Unknowingly buying used GPUs has been a rising problem. Feel free to post in the comments if this helped you or you have anything to add on!
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Complete Guide to OverdriveNTool

We present the complete guide to overclocking GPUs with OverdriveNTool for your Ethereum Mining Rig! In this special we will write a complete guide to OverdriveNTool, in our opinion the most efficient, fast and immediate software for overclocking GPUs dedicated to mining.
The interface is presented in a very simple and no-frills way, as if to suggest how much the program was created to go directly to the purpose.
We remind you that after installing the drivers (see our guide to build a 6 GPU Ethereum Mining Rig) you will need to go through the Radeon Settings (Radeon Settings), select Game, Global Settings and for each GPU in your mining rig (or mining rig) you will need to make sure that HBCC memory is disabled. Do the same with the Crossfire option, checking that it is also disabled. Reboot the system and verify that all video cards have indeed not enabled HBCC and Crossfire before proceeding.
At the following link the software download and technical specifications: https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/overdriventool-tool-for-amd-gpus.416116/
Recall that the GPUs in Atiflash will numerically correspond to the GPUs in ONT and Claymore, without misalignment.
First we open our BIOS previously modified with Bios Polaris or, possibly, a stable Bios Mod downloaded from specialized sites such as Anorak via ONT. However, we can also overclock the original Bios of the GPU. Follow the OverdriveNTool guide carefully when operating at these levels!
Click on New to create a new profile for the selected GPU. At first you will find yourself on the 0 which will correspond to the 0 in Atiflash and Claymore. I repeat once again: identical GPUs can behave differently; for this reason, the most stable final overclocking may vary from card to card. It will be sufficient to load the first profile on each subsequent tab, select New, make the necessary changes and save it with a different name (possibly recognizable, such as GPU1-OC Memory or GPU2-Temp, etc ...).
The stages of the GPU and Ram. On the left we find the stages or clocks of the GPU with relative voltage for each sector. Some users disable the first 6 stages (from P1 to P6) to ensure that once the command for the minion is executed, the GPU immediately goes to the last stage. For those who, like us, restart the RIG once every 2 or 3 days, or even more, it is an unnecessary procedure.
We recommend, at least for the first tests, to leave them activated. Once you have reached the limit of the video card, you can check whether disabling them will bring some improvement in terms of hashing on the screen without the pool being affected. Because in effect our goal is to have a high hash-rate and with a minimum percentage of errors on the pool even at the expense of a lower hash-rate in our RIG.
In the central part we find the speed of the memory divided into 3 sectors. We will operate directly on the latter.
On the right you can see the speed of the fans, the temperature that the fans must maintain (in our bios-mode it is set at 75 ° to which we obviously never arrived), the acoustic limit (in a RIG it is a parameter to always keep consideration).
The last section at the bottom right, the Power, is divided into the maximum reachable temperature (with our Pulse set at 84 ° while with the XFX at 75 °) and the Power Target, strictly linked to the modified Bios that we are overclocking . You can try at the end of all tests, in the event of instability of one or more GPUs, to give less power starting from -25%.
In this guide we will refer to the XFX RX 580 8GB GDDR5, with GPU clock at 1200Mhz and Memory at 2150Mhz. 8 video cards theoretically identical in total.
Let's put into practice what has been written up to now ...
We immediately opted for blocking the stages by operating directly on the latter for both the GPU Clock and the RAM. From these levels it starts to drop with the voltage of both the GPU and the RAM, alternatively always checking hashing, consumption and the stability of the system (usually 5-10 minutes are enough). When the voltage is too low, the GPU will not start undermining.

The goal is to obtain the best performance / consumption ratio, always parameterizing the results obtained on the pool. A very high hashrate or very low consumption can often create numerous errors in the mining phase.

With 8 RX580 8GB video cards we reached a total consumption (thus including all the components of the RIG) of 770 Watts for an average of less than 100 Watts per GPU.

The result was achieved by bringing the GPU clock voltage to 1000 and the RAM to 900. Lower values ​​are theoretically possible but could cause system instability. As mentioned previously, each video card is different from the others and on one of the eight GPUs we were forced to lower the power by 25%.

After these tweaks, we got results on the pool with a hashrate often higher than 240mhs.

We would like to emphasize that GPU overclocking is the absolute operation that will take you the longest time. It can take hours to reach the so-called "sweet spot" of each video card. Our OverdriveNTool guide will surely help you!

But this achievement will give you great satisfaction, we guarantee it.
Below the stable settings for the RX Vega 64 video cards of our 13 GPU Mining Rig of which you can see some videos on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdE9TTHAOtyKxy59rALSprA

Complete Guide to OverdriveNTool
See you soon for the next guide dedicated to mining!

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Watercooling dynamics

I recently started to mine bitcoins, so the pc is at full load all the time. I control the fans with the water temperature. I tried different settings: first, I set the fans to 100%@35c. The fans were always on 100% and sometimes the temps exceeded 35c. When I set the fans to run 100%@50c, the temperature went to 40c but the fans now run @50-60%. The cpu/gpu temps haven't changed at all. How does this work? It seems like higher water temperature with slower fan speeds equals the same cooling capacity as faster fans with cooler water.
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Foreman: manage your ASICs and FPGAs remotely!

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A reply to the downvote copypasta

Obviously it's possible since you evidently did before making this shitsh*w of a comment, from just a simple observation I can see 3 critically embarrassing grammer mistakes alone, you're use of wording also leaves much to be desired. Maybe it's just me, but years of sharpening my mind with complicated concepts has allowed me to instantily detect a karmerprostitute, it is very easy for anyone with an IQ above the average to see that you are trying to advertise your immoral liberal pro-drug propergander all over this subgroup. If the moderator team on here had a combined intellecual quotent (IQ) above room temperature then you would be instantily banned with no hope of return.
Note: I've herd better use of words from a crackhead who thought it'd be a good idea to masterbait with a mousetrap, infact I'd reccomend that course of action to you since it would rid our genepool of low effort comments.
Warning 1: I'll be waiting with a report if this happens again, I don't do second warnings.
Stop trying to sound smart. I made over 10 thousand quid on bitcoin mining just by using a gpu and some homemade mathmatical programs, you've made 10 kilograms of fat from eating the lies of a multinational corporation combined with doritoes coated with basement dust. I would post you on iamverysmart if I didn't feel so much pity for you, honestily I'll just settle for a downsvote. No mars coins for you.
Editation: Firstly, don't call me salty for what I'm about to say; I don't get my feelings hurt by nerds who could commit a form of self-harm purely from breathing in the smell of fresh lawn-clippings. I'm rich from using my GPUs to crytomine that's more then any of you have ever done, if I instead had used them to render the faces of any of the people replying to me they'd have instantily overheated from trying to render the unique unearthly brown stains covering your shirts, legend has that your filth has clung to your clothes at an atomic level. Enjoy crying, in the meanwhile I will enjoy getting upclicks when I post you all on neckbeard things.
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Forbes miner's union plan, let you make it clear

Forbes miner's union plan, let you make it clear

Learn from famous teachers: Dao organization comes from Cosmos, poca and other well-known open source projects as well as a number of Wall Street financial practitioners
Grounded Technology: the core research direction of blockchain developers "cross chain"
Looking at finance: building distributed financial infrastructure
Layout of mining industry: "mining machine, mine field and mine pool", and strive to build a trinity of mining giant whale in 2020
In 2020, Forbes, the most concerned blockchain 4.0 project, is about to launch its global mining plan: Forbes has released its own ASIC chip bitcoin miner, and GFS hard disk miner is under development. At the same time, Forbes deployed mines in various regions of the world, including China, Southeast Asia, the United States, Australia, Russia and other places, to protect the "consensus".
Forbes receives f2pool Based on the deployment of mining machines and mines in 2020, the Forbes plan will be launched with the strong support of internationally renowned mining pools. It is expected to build into the world's largest, most open and transparent comprehensive mine pool within three years.
Miner and quarry
Blockchain is revolutionary. It allows anyone to own and transfer assets through an open financial network without a trusted third party. There are now thousands of blockchain based assets, and the main way to produce encrypted assets is mining. "Mining", i.e. encrypted assets, represents the wealth anchored by the blockchain system, "mining" is the most direct means for all the network to obtain wealth. When the miner obtains the right to pack the blocks according to the consensus rules based on cryptography, and packages all the transactions correctly, the mining behavior can obtain the reward (token) given by the blockchain system for its honest record of the blocks, and when the blockchain system gains value promotion due to the growth and development of the participants, the token obtained by the miner will also be given higher and higher The secondary market value of. The miners produced the initial system pass. Therefore, mining industry has become the most upstream of blockchain industry.
It can be said that mining industry is the foundation of the whole blockchain industry, which determines the 0 or 1 of a blockchain system. The mining equipment we use is the miner.
The miner is essentially a computer. Personal computer is generally composed of CPU, GPU, memory, hard disk, motherboard and other devices. Mineral machinery is no exception in nature. Any mineral machinery is composed of motherboard + hard disk + mining chip. However, due to different mining machines for different algorithms of digital assets, such as GPU (or ASIC) for BTC, ETH mining, CPU for Monroe money mining, hard disk for IPFs, Bhd and other projects mining.
Forbes mining machine in the main board, hard disk, mining chip innovation, Forbes uses dpoc consensus algorithm, belongs to the hard disk mining branch. Forbes with the strongest computing power is also in the field of the Internet of things. In foreign countries, everything is connected, hundreds of millions of intelligent devices are connected with each other, and they have super computing power and stability. Forbes mining machines all over the world will be very suitable for the deployment of Internet of things protocol, and become an important component of blockchain + Internet of things.
The mine site is the offline site for the deployment and maintenance of mining machines. But for ordinary investors who want to enter the market, mining is difficult because the mining threshold is too high. Personal users want to mine, there is a huge deployment threshold and technical threshold. First of all, individuals can not get excellent electricity price, high temperature and high noise environment makes it impossible for users to mine at home. In addition, mining needs to be configured and deployed, and expensive mining machines need to be maintained regularly. Musk said that Tesla is not selling cars, but workshops. Standardization is necessary for an industry to achieve success. In the early miner Alliance Plan, Forbes launched its own BTC ASIC chip and bitcoin miner. At the same time, combined with major capitals, it created a global standardized Forbes mine, which was deployed and maintained in a unified way, greatly extending the service life of Forbes miner. According to the simulation test, Forbes I miner can operate stably for more than six years, which greatly reduces the mining cost and enables investors to obtain higher profits. Later, Forbes will log in to the Forbes hard disk miner in the ore pool after the main network goes online.
Forbes miners Alliance Program
Miner Alliance Plan: during a period of time when Forbes main network goes online, users can use collateral parallel chain assets (such as usdt, BTC, etc.) to lease computing power to deploy mining machines in global mines. In the lease term, the deposit is returned by the smart contract according to the number of days, and the mining revenue is obtained by the early participating nodes.
Due to the cross chain implementation of Forbes, a large number of nodes need to be deployed in the early days to complete the information interaction between the relay chain and the parallel chain. And with the scale of ore pool access, the marginal cost of new mining machines will be lower and lower, and the revenue will grow steadily. Therefore, Forbes started the plan of Forbes miners' alliance, realized the rapid scale of the mining pool with market funds, and realized the stable growth of mining profits.
Through the miner alliance, users can rent mining machines. In the form of "deposit contract" to ensure that each miner's fund is dedicated, and at the same time, for each miner, it is considered to realize the real deposit settlement on schedule through the blockchain intelligent contract. After the Forbes miner generates mining revenue, the user will get kusd stable currency. In the operation plan of Forbes Dao, all the miners who join the mine have the opportunity to convert part of the profits into GFS with unlimited potential.
It is estimated that the early participants in the Forbes miner's program will have more than 1.6 times the deposit during the lease term of one year. It was asked where such gains came from. In fact, as a representative project of blockchain 4.0, the appreciation of GFS is inevitable. At present, the trading of GFS secondary market has increased by more than 10 times in a week. With the continuous extension of parallel chain and the continuous exploration of financial business, there is almost no doubt that the growth of GFS exceeds that of bitcoin in a year, even if it is halved. Forbes Dao mass produces Forbes super miner through the digital assets mortgaged by users. After the cost is removed, it covers more than 1.6 times of the revenue to nodes. Almost the secondary market value of GFS alone is far beyond.
In addition, the BTC value dug out in the miner's Alliance plan will become a stable support for the miner's Alliance Plan, and 2020 is known as bitcoin minus half a year. Get BTC while digging GFS. To say the least, the price of GFS has fluctuated, and the BTC dug out is actually stable. Not to mention that the layout of Forbes gold stable currency, Forbes DEX and so on has been dragged down, and the user's income is cashed at any time. Forbes' miner plan is a three-way and multi win business initiative, which is the distributed power.
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Why Runelite's GPU renderer is one of the most important improvements to OSRS ever.

In a world of "gameplay versus graphics", a GPU renderer improves both

Not only does this new GPU renderer improve game responsiveness and framerate by a huge amount, but it's going to be so radically more efficient that it can afford to have longer draw distances. Not just this, but these distant map tiles will be clickable! Very exciting - every single task, skill, and activity will be smoother and more enjoyable.
Disclaimer: This language and information has been simplified for average gamers. Go away, sweaty "AKTHUALLY" brainlets.

OSRS currently uses a CPU renderer straight out of 2003

It's really REALLY bad! At least, by modern standards. It could not be more opposite to what modern computers pursue. It's not Jagex's fault, it's just old... Very VERY old! It's a huge undertaking, and Jagex has been too busy knocking mobile absolutely out of the park, and I'd do the same if I were them - so don't think this is some kind of rag on Jagex. Anyways, some may be surprised that this renderer is still managing to hurt computers today. How can software first written in 2003-2004 (FOR COMPUTERS OF THAT ERA) be laggy and stuttery on computers today? The answer is simple: resizable mode, and individual CPU core speed.
Resizable mode takes a game window that used to be 765x503 (the majority of which used to be a fixed GUI canvas, but not with the new mode!) and renders it at resolutions as high as 3840x2160, maybe even higher. Do you know how many pixels that is? Over 8 million. Do you know how many pixels the original renderer was designed to expect? Just under 390,000. That's over 21x the work being thrown at modern CPUs. Cores aren't anywhere near 21x faster than they were at the close of the single-core era, which is why players with 4k monitors need to see therapists after long play sessions.
Surely CPUs have gotten faster since the mid 2000s! They have, but not quite in the way that a single-threaded(single core) CPU renderer would expect... CPU manufacturers have been focusing on power draw, temperatures, core count, and special architectural improvements like GPU integration and controller integration. Comparatively, improving individual core speed hasn't been as much of a focus as it had been prior to the multi-core era -and no, I'm not talking about the useless gigahertz(TM) meme measurement, I'm talking about actual overall work done by the core. As a result, the CPUs we have today have developed down a much different path than what this CPU renderer would benefit from. Not nearly the amount that resizable mode demands. Especially considering these CPU cores were designed to assume that things didn't pile all their work onto just one core.
We're throwing over 21x the work at CPUs that, in most cases, have only been getting 5-15% faster per-core performance every year.

What is a "frame"?

Think of a frame as a painting. Your GPU renderer (or CPU cough cough) is responsible for using your GPU to paint an empty canvas, and turn it into a beautiful and complete picture. First, it draws the skybox(if there is one, it's gonna just fill with black in the case of OSRS). Then, it draws all the visible geometry from back to front, with all the lighting and effects. Then, it draws the GUI elements over the top. It does everything, one pixel at a time. Its job is to draw these paintings as quickly as possible (ideally, so you perceive movement) and present them to your monitor, one at a time, forever... until you close the game. Think of a GPU renderer as a talented artist with hundreds of arms (GPU cores).
If your GPU is able to paint this picture in 16.6 milliseconds (frame time measurements are always in milliseconds), then you'll have a frame rate of 60 frames per second, as 1000 ms / 16.6 is 60. Sometimes your renderer struggles, though. Sometimes it can only complete a frame in 100 milliseconds (10FPS). You can't wave a magic want when this happens. If you want a higher framerate, you need to either update your hardware, or change your software. By change software, I mean either make it more efficient at the work it's told to do, or give it less work. RuneLite has done the former. An example of the latter would be lowering resolution, turning graphical details down, turning off filtering, etc. Games usually call this set of controls the "Graphics settings". Luckily, OSRS is so lightweight it will likely never need a graphics settings menu.
(Think of a CPU renderer as a painter with no artistic ability and, in the case of quad core, four arms...but he's only allowed to paint with one, while the other 3 sit idle. Also, he has to constantly stop painting to return to his normal duties! No fun! The CPU is better off at its own desk, letting the GPU handle the painting.)

A GPU renderer improves frame rates

Not that this matters currently, as the game is capped at 50FPS anyways... but it's still going to be huge for low-end systems or high-end systems with high res monitors. There's also the future, though... Once a GPU renderer is out, it could be possible that they could someday uncap the framerate (which, according to mod atlas, is only the character's camera as all animations are 2FPS anyways).
I expect that an update like this will make fixed mode a solid 50FPS on literally everything capable of executing the game. Fixed mode was already easy to run on everything except for old netbooks and Windows Vista desktops, so this really wouldn't be a surprise.

A GPU renderer improves frame times

Frame times are just as important as frame rates. Your frame rate is how many frames are drawn over the course of a second. But, as described previously, each "painting" is done individually. Sometimes the painter takes longer to do something! What if there's a glowing projectile flying past the camera, or something else momentary that's intensive? The painter has to take the time to paint that, resulting in a handful of frames over the course of that second taking much more time than the others. When your frame rate is high and frame times are consistent, this is perceived as incredibly smooth motion.
Ideally, all of our frames are completed in the same amount of time, but this isn't the case. Sometimes "distractions" will come up, and cause the painter to devote an extra 10-20ms to it before returning to the rest of the painting. In bad scenarios, this actually becomes visible, and is referred to as micro stutter. Having a dedicated GPU renderer doing the work ensures this is very uncommon. A GPU has hundreds or thousands of cores. If some get distracted, others reach out and pick up the workload. Everything is smooth, distributed, and uninterrupted.
You may recall Mod Atlas talking about frame times when he posted about his GPU renderer last year: https://twitter.com/JagexAtlas/status/868131325114552321
Notice the part where he says it takes 25+ms on the CPU, but only takes 4-5ms on the GPU! That's 200-250 frames per second, if the framerate were uncapped! Also, side note: Just because a frame is completed in 1ms doesn't always mean your framerate will be 1000FPS. If your framerate is capped, then the painter will sit and wait after completing and presenting a frame until it's time to start painting again. This is why capping your framerate can be good for power usage, as demonstrated on mobile! Your GPU can't suck up your battery if it's asleep 90% of the time!

A GPU renderer is more efficient

Instead of piling all computational workloads and graphical workloads onto one single CPU core (rest in peace 8+ core users), a GPU renderer takes graphical work off the CPU and does it itself. I'd estimate the majority of all the work was graphical, so this will make a pretty noticeable difference in performance, especially on older systems. Before, having OSRS open while using other software would have a noticeable performance impact on everything. Especially on older computers. Not anymore! CPUs will run cooler, software will run better, and your computer may even use less power overall, since GPUs are much better at efficient graphical work than CPUs are!

All computers are already equipped to run this very VERY well

Most of the computers we have today are designed with two things: a good GPU, and an okay CPU. This isn't 2003 anymore. GPUs have made their way into everything, and they're prioritized over CPUs. They're not used just for games anymore, entire operating systems rely on them not just for animations and graphical effects, but entire computing tasks. GPUs are responsible for everything from facial recognition to Bitcoin mining these days. Not having a good one in your computer will leave you with a pretty frustrating experience - which is why every manufacturer makes sure you have one. Now, thanks to RuneLite, these will no longer be sitting idle while your poor CPU burns itself alive.

This new GPU renderer will make OSRS run much better on low end systems

Low end systems are notorious for having garbage like Intel Atom or Celeron in them. Their GPU is alright, but the CPU is absolutely terrible. Using the GPU will give them a boost from 5-15FPS in fixed mode, to around 50. At least, assuming they were made after the GPGPU revolution around 2010.

This new GPU renderer will make OSRS run much better on high end systems

High end systems tend to have huge GPUs and huge monitors. Right now, your GPU is asleep while your 4k monitor brings the current CPU renderer to its knees, on the verge of committing sudoku. Letting your GPU take on all that work will make your big and beautiful monitor handle OSRS without lag or stutter.

This new GPU renderer will open the possibility of plugins that build on top of it

One that comes to mind is a 2x/3x/4x GUI scaler. Scaling things in a graphics API is much easier than scaling it in some convoluded custom CPU renderer that was first designed to run in Internet Explorer 5.

It's easier to customize graphical variables in a GPU renderer than it is a glitchy old CPU renderer

Want night time? Change the light intensity. Want cel-shaded comic book appearance for some stupid reason? It's easy. Want to hit 60FPS on a Raspberry Pi? Change your render distance to 2 tiles. Now that the graphical work has been offloaded to a graphics API that's been literally designed to easily modify these things, the sky is the limit. See my past posts on this topic:
Big round of applause for the RuneLite team, and Jagex for allowing them to continue development. Without RuneLite, OSRS would be half the game it is today. Here's to their continued success, with or without Jagex integrating their code into the main game!
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Low GPU usage and high gpu usage for i5 3570k + gtx 1060 6gb + 16gb ram

Pc specs:
CPU : i5 3570k
Motherboard : asus p8z77 v-lx
GPU: GTX 1060 6gb
RAM : 16gb 1866Mhz (8gb x 2 sticks)
Monitor : acer ed273 A 144hz
I am experiencing low gpu usage and high cpu usage which I only noticed after not playing any games for 3-4 months. It used to be fine (high gpu usage and low cpu usage) when I first build this, which ruled out bottlenecking, but I couldn't figure out what happened. The temperature when gaming still fine (cpu:60-70+) (gpu: about the same). I don't overclock the cpu. Even if I run dota 2, i'm still experiencing high cpu usage and low gpu usage which wasn't the case before. Now can't run other games without stuttering, fps dropping etc. I used to get 80 fps in pubg in lowest setting possible and having no problems at all but it is now almost can't play when engaging there are lots of people, explosions and stuff. The fps drops even below 30 and gpu usage could go 0% for a few secs. I've tried clean uninstall using ddu and install the driver again but the cpu usage maintain almost 100% while gpu usage increase just for awhile before throttling down again. Disable high precision timer (HPET) also doesn't do anything. Tried using this method : https://forums.tomsguide.com/faq/removing-malware-proven-to-completely-remove-bitcoin-mining-malware.327324/ to see if there is bitcoin mining malware causes the problem but nothing different. Set my power management mode to : prefer maximum performance also doesn't solve the problem.
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Overheating gpu and shut off

Hey guys,one of my friends gave me a GTX 980 reference card,wich was used to mine bitcoins (PERIOD-Unknown).The gpu would start but windows needed to update the graphic drivers and all of a sudden the GPU would shut off.Can it be because of temperature or a safe feature wich doesn't allow the graphic card to frickin' burn? Is there a solution?
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Understanding Crypto Mining | And perhaps a way to mitigate its impact on the PC gaming ecosystem

EDIT: Per the moderation staff, I'm adding in to the header what I'm using to make it easier for prospective miners.
  1. Go to https://www.nicehash.com/
  2. Create a login
  3. Download their software and run it (this used to be "????")
  4. Profit
Once you reach 0.002 BTC (about 7-10 days on my GTX 1060 + i7-7700k), you can transfer your earnings to Coinbase for free, and cash out. CB does have fees for conversion to Fiat (cash) and your percentage goes down with higher amounts. So don't cash out just because you can. Cash out when you have enough to buy something.
Also a note on taxes. I'm going to keep this simple.
Hi folks. I just want to thank those of you in advance who trudge through this post. It's going to be long. I will try to have a TLDR at the end, so just scroll down for the bolded text if you want Cliff's Notes.
Disclaimer: I'm a miner, sort of. I casually mine when I sleep/work, using my existing PC. It doesn't make much. I don't buy hardware for mining. But, I still wanted to post this disclaimer in the interest of fairness.
As we all know, cryptocurrency mining has had a devastating impact on the PC gaming ecosystem. The demand for GPUs for mining has lead to scarce availability and sky high prices for relevant hardware. But even hardware that is less desirable for mining relative to their peers (GTX 1050ti, 1080) has been impacted. Why? Because when gamers can't get the 1060 or 1070 that they desire, they gravitate en masse towards something that their finances will allow them to settle for.
But for all that we know about mining, there's still a LOT of myth and misinformation out there. And I blame this on the bigger miners themselves. They have a few tactics they're using to discourage competition. Now, why would they do this? Simply put, the more coins are mined, the harder the algorithms get. That means the same hardware mines a lower rate of cryptocurrency over time. If the mining rates were to get too low before new hardware (Volta/Navi) could be released, it would cause a massive depression in the cryptocurrency market. Most hardware would become unprofitable, and used GPUs would flood the market. Miners want to retain profitability on current hardware until the next generation hardware is out.
So, what tactics are they engaging in? Silence and manipulation. On the former, the bigger miners don't usually participate and contribute to the community (there are exceptions, and they are greatly appreciated). They're sponges, taking whatever the community provides without returning much to the community. On the latter, they post here, in this very sub occasionally. And they continue to push certain types of myth/misinformation to discourage other users from mining.
And why, of all people, would you discourage gamers from mining? It's because of the competition point mentioned above. If a massive number of gamers entered the cryptocurrency mining market, it could trigger a mining apocalypse. There's an estimated 3-4 million current-gen GPUs being used in 24/7 mining operations by dedicated miners. Now, how many current-gen GPUs are used by gamers? I'd bet at least an equal amount. But what about Maxwell and Kepler? Or all those GCN-based GPUs up through Fiji? Bottom line is that when you factor in all available profitable GPUs, gamers drastically outnumber dedicated miners (yes, Kepler and GCN 1.0 are still profitable, barely). And if a large number of those users started casually mining as I am, the following would occur:
  • difficulty would increase, lower output (profitability) for everyone involved
  • Coin creation would initially accelerate, and with no massive change to the market cap, that means per-coin value drops
  • when you factor in slower coin generation for individual miners, coupled with lower coin value, you get...
  • ROI length increase on GPUs, depressing their values, which would lead to lower prices and higher availability
Oh dear, someone just spilled the beans...
So naturally, misinformation needs to be spread. If dedicated miners can keep the uninformed, well, uninformed, they're less likely to join in. And I've seen variations of the following misinformation spread. Here's the common tropes, and my rebuttal.
Mining on your GPU will cause it to die prematurely.
I really wish we had a Blackblaze-equivalent for GPUs used in data centers. NOTHING punishes a GPU like full-time use in a data center. Not mining, not gaming, and not prosumer usage. And these companies pay thousands per GPU. Clearly, they're getting solid ROI for their use.
But let's talk about mining specifically. For my GTX 1060, I limit power to 80% (96W). Fan speed is at a constant 40% (that's in the same ballpark as your blower-style GPU in desktop usage). Temperature is a constant 75°C. That's gentle. Gaming hurts it more (start/stop on the fan, varying temps, quick rise at the start and fall at the end, varying loads, etc.).
And if GPUs did prematurely die from mining? One miner insisted that I'd never see an ROI on my 1060 (which cost me $240) because it would die before I could earn that amount. Yea, GPUs routinely die before hitting their ROI. That's why miners are buying $200 GPUs today for $500, or $400 GPUs today for $900. Because they don't generate enough to cover their MSRP, let alone their current gouged prices. /s
Common sense would dictate that miners are profitable, or they wouldn't mine. Therefore, GPUs are not dying prematurely. So, don't fall for this one. And yes, I've seen those photos of the 20-card Sapphire RMA. Mining data centers have THOUSANDS of cards. Just do an image search for a GPU mining farm. This is well within typical acceptable defect rates.
Power costs are too high for mining to be profitable.
Warning! Danger Will Robinson! Math ahead!
Where I live, electricity ranges from 9.5 cents per kilowatt hour (kw/hr), to 10.1 cents per kw/hr. Let's round to 10 cents. Power measured at the wall from my surge protector, while mining, shows just under 200W. (That's includes my tower, monitor, speakers, a dedicated NAS, a router, and PSU inefficiency). That also includes mining on both CPU and GPU.
At 200W per hour, that's 5 hours to hit 1kw/hr. That's 5kw/hr per 25 hours, so let's call it 5kw/hr per day. That is $0.50 per day total from that outlet (and most of this stuff would be running anyway). That's not even "over my existing costs," that's just out the door.
Bottom line is that electricity is cheap in many areas. The USA national average is currently ~12 cents per kw/hr (RIP Hawaii, at 33 cents). For most of the developed world, power costs are not prohibitive. Don't fall for this. If unsure, check your rates on your bill, and ask someone who can do math if you can't.
Casually mining isn't profitable
There's a big difference between "profit" and "getting rich." I have no expectations of the latter happening from what I'm doing. But "profit" is very much real. It's not power costs that derail profitability. It's all of the hidden fees. Many mining programs take a cut of your output. And then a cut to transfer to a wallet. And then there's a fee to transfer to an exchange. Oh, did you want to then convert to cash? We can...for a fee!
The trick is in finding outlets that allow you to minimize fees. I give up 2% of my output, transfer to my wallet for free, can transfer to an exchange for free, and don't plan to cash out every time I meet the minimum threshold (higher fees!). I instead plan to cash out at extended set intervals to minimize those fees.
NOTE: I am deliberately not listing the provider(s) that I use, because I don't want to be accused of being associated with them and/or driving business to them. I want this post to be about the big picture. But I will answer questions in the comments, provided the moderation staff here has no objections.
Bottom line is that with a mid-range GPU like mine, and without the benefit of CPU mining (it's just not worth it without a modern Core i7, or Ryzen 5/7), my GPU alone could make me ~$60-$75/mo in profit at current rates. Think of how many months/years you go between upgrades. Now, do the math. Needless to say, I'm now regretting not going bigger up front :)
It's too complicated for a casual miner, so don't bother
The old "go big or go home" saying, and it sort of piggy backs off the last one. And there is some truth in this. If you're going to be a big-time miner, you need mining programs (often dedicated to each algorithm and/or currency), multiple wallets, access to multiple exchanges, etc. It's daunting.
But for the casual, you don't need that. There are multiple providers who offer you a one-stop-shop. I have one login right now. That login gives me my mining software, which switches between multiple algorithms/coins, gives me a wallet, and lets me transfer to an outside wallet/exchange. My second login will be the exchange (something that lets me convert my currency to local cash) when my balance justifies it. Given the recent Robin Hood announcement, I'm biding my time to see what happens. This space is getting competitive (lower fees).
Bottom line, it's easier now than it ever was before. As I told someone else, "Once I finally started, I wanted to kick my own ass for waiting so long."
New GPUs are expensive, but if you just wait, there will be a buttload of cheap, used GPUs for you!
Miners learned from the last crash. There were two types of miners in that crash: those who sold their GPUs at a loss, and those who kept mining and made out like bandits on the upswing. Turns out, cryptocurrency really does mimic the stock market (for now).
We're going to look at Bitcoin (BTC) to explain this. No, miners don't mine BTC. But, BTC is commonly what most coins are exchanged for (it makes up roughly one third of the entire cryptocurrency market). And it's the easiest currency to convert to cash. So, when BTC rises or falls in price, the rest of the market goes with it. That includes all of the coins that GPU miners are actually mining.
In January 2017, when the current mining push started, BTC was worth roughly $900 per coin. It's now worth roughly (as of this post) $12,000 per coin, down from a December high of over $20,000 per coin. So yea, the market "crashed." It's also more than 12x the value it was a year ago, when miners dove in. You think they're going to bail at 12x the value? Son, I've got news for you. This market needs to truly crash and burn for them to bail (and that's where you come in!).
So, there's not going to be a flood of used GPUs from a sudden market crash. Again, they've learned from that mistake. Used GPUs will enter the market when they are no longer profitable for mining, and not before. Dedicated miners have lots of room for expansion. When Volta comes out, they're not selling their Pascal GPUs. They're building new Volta mining rigs alongside the Pascal ones, making money off each of them.
  • Mining is subject to diminishing returns. It gets harder over time on the same hardware.
  • PC gamers joining the market en masse could trigger an apocalypse in terms of difficulty
  • Due to this, it benefits pro miners to spread misinformation to discourage gamers from entering the mining game
  • Casually mining on your existing system is safe, easy, could help you pay for your next upgrade(s), and could also hurt the mining market in general (better availability/pricing on GPUs)
  • No, there's no flood of used Pascal/Polaris/Vega GPUs around the corner, as those are HIGHLY profitable even in a depressed market
Second Conclusion - Why do I (jaykresge) personally care?
Simply put, I'm disgusted by this. I was excited about flipping a few friends from consoles to PC gaming. I'm now seeing a reverse trend. One friend is gaming on an RX 560 waiting for prices to hit sanity. He's running out of patience. Others have bailed.
I view our dormant GPUs as the best weapon against cryptocurrency mining. Destroy it from the inside. It's win-win for most of us. Either we earn enough for more upgrades, or we depress pricing. Something's got to give.
In other words, y'all f*ckers better start mining, because I want Volta to be reasonably priced when it launches so I can get an EVGA x80 Hybrid to go with a G-Sync monitor. And if this doesn't happen, I'm going to be cranky!
Seriously though, thanks for reading. Bear with me as I go over this a few more times for typing/grammar. And I look forward to your comments.
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85 TH/s 🔔 Antminer S17 | hiveOS custom firmware overclock !?

85 TH/s 🔔 Antminer S17 | hiveOS custom firmware overclock !?
For years now there has been possibilities to increase Bitmain bitcoin miners “antminer” efficiency with custom firmware. It is understandable that Bitmain don’t want their customers to change overclock on their asic miners. OC changes could possibly kill or damage hardware in some cases when chip oc and voltages applied to much. Overclock could kill miner it self or power supply. This is one of the reasons why Bitmain lately locks down their miners firmware, they dont want customers to do any changes on them.
The factory settings are standard, whoever is mining for while now. Knows that from some chips you can get better efficiency, just because quality of every chip is not the same. Lately there is been released an upgrade firmware and manual for Antminer S17 from hiveOS. HiveOS is gpu and asic miner monitoring/remote control. They previous firmware for Antminer S9 and T9 has been very successful. We have done review on this firmware also, and the best feature what Bitmain original firmware does not have is auto-chip tuning. It works very well, basically it finds the most optimal chip oc and the voltages to reach best efficiency.

We have now also tested the new firmware for Antminer S17, it does perform much better then Bitmain original firmware.On Antminer S17 53TH/s version , air cooled miner we where able to reach 75TH/s u/3300 watts. It worked very well and setup is straight forward. It is possible to reach even better performance up to 85 TH/s , but you will need immersion cooling. As with air cooled at 75 th/s our miner chip temperatures where close to 80c at room temperature 15c. Also be careful , Bitmani stock power supply Antminer S17 max power usage is 3500 watts.

hiveOS asic miner the installation guide :


And now let’s go back to the installation process. There is no universal manual, for S17 and S17 Pro there are 3 versions of stock firmware. Therefore, every particular case has its own manual on the custom firmware installation.
Please note, that all the manual steps which involve using BTCTOOLS can be done via ASIC’s web interface (BTCTOOLS is usually used for a large number of devices).

Preparation Stage (required for all the options):

1 .Download and unzip the following archive: http://download.hiveos.farm/asic/repo/fw/Antmines9k-s9se-st15-st17-installer.zip.

  1. Scan the network using BTC_TOOLS and export the list to csv. From csv, copy the IP list and insert it in ips.ini. In case you don’t have a lot of devices, you can make this list manually. Or use bitmain ipreporter tool.
  2. Go to config.ini and check login and password for the ASIC’s SSH or web interface. If the password for the web interface was changed, the same would be for SSH. Set up FARM_HASH to connect to Hive or API, if necessary.

  1. Download the firmware file (it has to have “Hiveon” in its title): http://download.hiveos.farm/asic/s17/
For S17 and S17 Pro, we offer the same firmware file. However, there are two options: “signed” and “nosigned” firmware. The signed firmware can be updated ONLY to another signed Hiveon firmware via ASIC’s web interface or BTC_TOOLS. Third-party or official firmware can’t be installed in this way. However, you can use the rm -rf /etc/bitmain-pub.pem command — send it to your ASICs via the Hive web. It will temporarily delete the certificate, but you can reboot your ASIC to bring it back. After this, you will be able to move to any firmware via the firmware update menu (in the Hive web). It will be possible to choose the firmware from the list or to use the URL.
The signed firmware can be downloaded here: http://download.hiveos.farm/asic/s17/Antminer-S17-S17pro-Hiveon-1.00-sign.tar.gz


If the stock firmware of your ASIC is released before 1 July 2019

  1. Flash your devices with a file from the archive “remsigallbefore_2019–07–01.tar.gz”. This can be done via either ASIC’s web interface or BTC_TOOLS in case you have a lot of devices. You will see an error in status, but this is okay — it should be like this at the moment.
  2. Flash the devices with the firmware file. Again, this can be done via either ASIC’s web interface or BTC_TOOLS.
  3. Launch “3hashfarmforsigned.cmd” from the archive. The ASIC will get connected to the web.

Stock firmware released from July 2019 to December 2019

  1. Launch “1openssh.cmd” from the archive and wait for the script to be performed. The devices will be rebooted. After the reboot, wait for around 3 minutes.

  1. Launch “2upgradereplace.cmd” from the archive and wait for the script to be performed.

  1. Flash the devices with the firmware file (via either ASIC’s web interface or BTC_TOOLS)

  1. Launch “3hashfarmforsigned.cmd” from the archive. The ASIC will get connected to the web.
Please be aware you could damage your hardware by applying new overclock to your Antminer S17 .
Video guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BT9bGGDld58&t=
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Unpopular opinion - If this community hates crypto mining so much for inflating the prices of GPUs, Why don't you try mining?

I'm of course biased as someone who is favorable to crypto, even if i don't mine and i favour Proof of Stake and Delegated Proof of Stake against Proof or Work (mining) .
Thing is, if miners are getting these cards at these prices its because its profitable . People here are buying them for their enjoyment so its not like they have to worry about their ROI. And, contrary to popular belief, mining it's the less taxing operation a GPU can endure, constant frequency, temperature, no thermal expansion, no fan throttling constantly... Its like a comparing a car doing 200km at cruise speed in a highway vs the same car racing for 100km in a circuit.
If everyone whose profits from mining offset the electricity usage used them for mining when IDLE GPU prices wouldn't have exploded to begin with.
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[EasyBTC] Web based mining control with profitability switching (2020 supported)

EasyBTC - program for automatic mining Main idea 1. Monitoring mining pools in real time. 2. Support most algorithms 3. Working with pools that have auto exchange for bitcoin 5. Monitoring the status of video cards. 6. Automatic switching of miners for profitability 7. Automatic switching of MSIAfterburner profiles. 8. Simple interface and setup. 9. Built-in benchmark algorithms.
Mining fee consists not only from electricity, but mostly from administrative tasks. You should monitor cryptocurrency prices, difficulty, exchange currencies. If you have several rigs with different series GPUs, it becomes hard work. Especially if your want to control rigs remotely.
EasyMiner try to cover all this questions. It would be useful as for newbie miners with couple GPUs, as experienced miners with multiple rigs. DOWNLOAD AND START
-Easy install. No need to find mining software, create wallets for each cryptocurrency, exchange cryptocurrency. You need just download and install app.
-Web basedcontrol center. You can control all your miners from one point.
-Auto switch miners. Mining Agent continuously checks exchange rates and difficulty of cryptocurrencies and switches to most profitable. For now, EasyMiner supports switching between Ethereum and ZCash. Tell me currencies you need. I will add them.
-Per GPU benchmarks and mining. If you have rig with different series of GPUs, Agent will load each GPU with most profitable algorithm.
-BTC payouts. All your mined coins will be exchanged to Bitcoin and transferred to your wallet.
-Detailed stats. You may see all your stats at Dashboard.
- Supports failover.
-Displays detailed mining information and hashrate for every card.
-Supports GPU selection, built-in GPU overclocking features and temperature management.
- Windows 10x64
- Nvidia GPUs 10xx series
- At least 4Gb RAM (Depends on miner)

NiceHash AhashPool ZergPool MultiPoolHub
MiningRigRentals ZPool BlazePool BlockMasters
I recommend nice and zerg, both basic and zpool in addition.
Coming Soon
- SMS alert
- Mobile app
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What does the portfolio look like from someone who mined his first bitcoins in 2011. I'll show you.

I mined my first bitcoin in 2011. Chances are, Ive been in crypto longer than you. I probably have more than you. But what I dont have, and never had, is a crystal ball. So Ive spent bitcoins on trivia when they where worth $5. I have given away enough bitcoin and cascacius coins to buy a house with today. I was soundly asleep when ethereum launched. I was late to recognise that not all altcoins where quite as pointless as the ones that where launched when I mined. For a long time, Ive grossly underestimated the gullibility of people new to crypto. Thats why despite having mined bitcoins in the GPU era, Im not a bazillionaire. Yet :).
Anyway, with that disclaimer out of the way, lets see what I have in portfolio now.
~25% in fiat.
Yes. Eeck. Blasphemy. I played it safe. I took profits. I keep fiat at hand to be able to buy dips. Bonus effect: each time the market goes down, I put Delta to show my portfolio in BTC, and then it goes up :)
~25% in bitcoin
Bitcoin is still the gold standard in crypto. Nothing else is even remotely as secure or battle tested. The protocol is simple (compared to most), the code and game theory behind it extremely well researched and it has resisted massive coordinated attacks for almost 10 years now. Its not perfect, its far from finished. We all know what it cant do (yet). But its developers do not compromise on security or decentralisation to achieve goals like low fees or fast transactions. Instead, the brightest minds in crypto innovate and develop layer 2 and layer 3 scaling solutions, without compromising the base layer. I like that approach. A lot. Its much more important to do it right than to do it quickly.
So why hold on to bitcoin? In the long run, I dont believe there will be 100s or thousands of significant public blockchains. There wil be tens of thousands of tokens and dapps, but I think they will converge on a very small number of secure, proven blockchains that will act like as their baselayer. Much like TCPIP for the internet. That cant happen before we solve scalability, so this migration is still years away. But when it happens, chances are very high bitcoin and/or ethereum will be among those precious few de facto standard base layers.
20% Waltonchain.
This is my largest altcoin investment to date. A blockchain solution for the supply chain, tightly integrating RFID. Its in many ways comparable with VEN, which was my previous largest (and one of my better) altcoin gambles. But Ive been converting my VEN profits slowly in to WTC tokens, because I think its actually a better bet. Having their own RFID tags and readers gives it some abilities that a software-only solution cant match. I like the team (a lot), I like the fact its not (yet) being shilled and hyped in to oblivion. I particularly like the much lower market cap compared to VEN now. Im not a great fan of masternode PoS mining for securing a network, but there is no denying this approach is great for creating token holder value. I can see this go x10 in a short time.
10% ethereum
I used to have a far larger % in ethereum, for all the obvious reasons I dont think I need to explain. Ive taken my profits on ethereum recently, simply because it went parabolic. I expect to increase my stake in ethereum this year, Im just waiting for some buying opportunities, or selling opportunities for of my other tokens.
5% Monero
I think this also needs little explanation. If anything, Id need to explain why I dont own more monero. You guessed it, I recently took profits, and Im waiting for an opportunity to buy more.
5% iExec RLC
There are many blockchains and tokens tackling the distributed computing market. Siacoin, golem, ... I think RLC's approach is more universal, flexible and potentially can solve the same problems that all the other tokens target individually. I like it runs on ethereum, not its own private chain. The team is super impressive and the valuation low compared to almost everything else on CMC. Its not even top 100.
2% SophiaTX
I wanted some exposure to ERP/blockchain integration, because along with supply chain management and distributed computing, this is one of the more obvious blockchain applications. SPHTX seemed like a good choice. Very focused on this particular (gigantic) market and you probably never heard of it.
2% Modum
Another supply chain solution, but what sets modum apart, is that it is a real company with a real product solving a real problem in the real economy with actually deployed blockchain technology! How rare is that? If nothing else, modum proves that blockchain isnt just hype and bubbles. Their focus is currently rather narrow (temperature monitoring for drug transport), but I like that, and the same technology can be deployed much wider. If ever you need to explain to someone what real world problems decentralised blockchains can solve, this is a good example.
1% blockpool
Not gonna lie, this is just a gamble. I wanted a (really) low cap investment. Someone convinced me to try BPL, I only glanced at it. So far, it hasnt worked out brilliantly yet :).
1% OAX
Decentralised exchanges are the future, I am convinced of that. Now if OAX as a token makes a lot of sense, I honestly cant say. Once again, I didnt research this very much, I just saw a small cap token targeting a market I think will explode. Will this token? No idea.
QTUM is one of the more credible challengers to ethereum. I far prefer it over NEO's extremely centralised politburo approach. This used to be far more than 1% of my portfolio, but Ive taken my profits as I think its current valuation is not unreasonable compared to the competition. The 1% remaining is just for FOMO.
1% Aeternity
I bought this mostly because of the low power, memory bound proof of work consensus algorithm. Im convinced nothing will ever be as secure as proof of work, but Im also not blind to its downsides. Aeternity could combine the best of both worlds, providing similar security without the energy requirements and without all the downsides of PoS. Will it work and be as secure as SHA hashing? I dont know, but as I understand, their PoW algorithm is comparable to the travelling salesman problem, which is one of the most researched problems in computer science.
0.5% Nimiq
Another tiny market cap gamble that I thought might appeal to crypto noobs. I dont particularly believe this has any long term prospects whatsoever, and saying that probably wont help :).
The rest I have is dust, leftovers, and tiny fomo positions. Including bytom, iota, ink, humaniq, raiblocks, mywish, tierion and GVT.
A few notable coins Ive had, but no longer have in portfolio:
Zcash. During the recent rally, I needed to rebalance my portfolio towards fiat and I had zcash and monero at hand on Kraken, so I sold those. I plan to buy in again at some point.
Cardano. its certainly a very interesting and promising project. I bought it low, sold it at 10x. It went way higher than that. The current valuation makes no sense to me for something so unproven.
Basic Attention Token. Sold them recently to take profits. Current valuation seems high-ish to me, but still a token to keep an eye on.
Ripple. Yes, I have owned ripple. Well, I got the first ones free when they launched, and sold those ages ago. But I bought in again recently because I assumed it would appeal to newbies that just got in to crypto and saw this fraction-of-a-dollar "crypto" that works instantly and with no fees and with all the banking relations. That assumption paid off handsomely. Took my profits, felt dirty, wont touch it with a ten foot pole anymore.
Neo/antshares. I bought this when it was still called antshares. Right now, its a glorified database application that could just as well be run on an oracle database and be 10x faster and more robust. Their plan to decentralise seems to be handpicking bookkeeper candidates that Neo holders can then vote for. You know, like people can vote for handpicked political candidates in china. The actual voting algorithm is also extremely suspect to game theory attacks, if ever they drop the authoritarian approach. Im sure the Chinese government loves Neo though. Never been easier to take control over a blockchain. With the constant news of governments beginning to crack down on crypto, I hope and expect ICO's come to see the danger of this, and select more decentralised open blockchains to run their dapps on.
submitted by Vertigo722 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

What concerns (if any) should I have for my newly built PC running 24/7 mining Bitcoins?

The build is "The Crusher" from /pcmasterrace if that matters.
The PC is set up behind a living room TV for gaming. I'm from the Caribbean where central heating/cooling is non-existent in residential homes (unlike what I've seen in the US). There is a standing fan that runs about 17 hours a day 'cooling' the back of the TV and hence the computer.
Terribly sorry if this is a cringeworthy question and my computer is ruined by now, or if it's perfectly fine and the fan is overkill. New to the PC world but enjoying it so far.
Thanks for any responses.
EDIT: I'm not doing this as a money making enterprise, I was just curious and figured I'd try it out for a bit considering I've a new build. Also, it's ethereum I'm mining and converting, not Bitcoin directly-my mistake
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Continuous Pool Disconnection & 0 Mh/s Speeds

What's up internet/fellow miners. About a week ago I've made the decision to turn my gaming PC to a mining rig. I've had some success solo mining with nicehashminer (Bitcoin miner) but decided that it would be better to mine Ethereum. I've followed the guide and kept coming across these issues. . . I don't know if it's because my config files are whack or another underlying issue.
(EDIT) Connected to us1.ethermine.org:4444 now i'm getting different issues. Here are my most recent logs.
11:11:21:867 c20 args: -epool us1.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal 0x390C9630e0672Eb1DD15D2Eb3891B07069e6c6F2.lightsdriftminer -epsw x 11:11:21:869 c20 11:11:21:878 c20 ÉÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ» 11:11:21:883 c20 º Claymore's Dual GPU Miner - v14.7 º 11:11:21:894 c20 º ETH + DCSIA/LBC/PASC/BLAKE2S/KECCAK º 11:11:21:896 c20 º Supercharged Edition º 11:11:21:899 c20 ÈÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍͼ 11:11:21:912 c20 11:11:21:914 c20 b745 11:11:22:117 c20 ETH: 2 pools are specified 11:11:22:125 c20 Main Ethereum pool is us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:22:128 c20 DCR: 0 pool is specified 11:11:22:200 c20 OpenCL platform: NVIDIA CUDA 11:11:22:201 c20 AMD OpenCL platform not found 11:11:22:441 c20 CUDA initializing...
11:11:22:442 c20 NVIDIA Cards available: 1 11:11:22:443 c20 CUDA Driver Version/Runtime Version: 10.2/8.0 11:11:22:444 c20 GPU #0: GeForce GTX 960, 4096 MB available, 8 compute units, capability: 5.2 (pci bus 1:0:0) 11:11:22:445 c20 Total cards: 1 11:11:26:468 c20 NVML version: 10.430.86 11:11:27:273 c20 SSL: Imported 60 certificates from local storage 11:11:27:308 33f8 ETH: Stratum - connecting to 'us1.ethermine.org' <> port 4444 (unsecure) 11:11:27:331 33f8 sent: {"worker": "eth1.0", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": ["0x390C9630e0672Eb1DD15D2Eb3891B07069e6c6F2.lightsdriftminer", "x"], "id": 2, "method": "eth_submitLogin"}
11:11:27:332 33f8 ETH: Stratum - Connected (us1.ethermine.org:4444) (unsecure) 11:11:27:375 c20 No pool specified for Decred! Ethereum-only mining mode is enabled
11:11:27:383 c20 ETHEREUM-ONLY MINING MODE ENABLED (-mode 1)
11:11:27:385 c20 ETH: eth-proxy stratum mode 11:11:27:386 c20 Watchdog enabled 11:11:27:388 c20 Remote management (READ-ONLY MODE) is enabled on port 3333 11:11:27:397 c20
11:11:27:404 33f8 buf: {"id":2,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":true}
11:11:27:405 33f8 ETH: Authorized 11:11:27:412 33f8 sent: {"worker": "", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": [], "id": 3, "method": "eth_getWork"}
11:11:27:468 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xa4dc2ea0667952442926fb027314fd0cd783cb300063809c3ce279d84884953f","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df052"]}
11:11:27:505 1cf8 Setting DAG epoch #275... 11:11:29:851 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xb34311e461aeedbc6e19ff26eb477bb24241f67c6fcca04ae0ce5c9ea9416c9b","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df052"]}
11:11:29:852 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:29 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:29:853 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:29:855 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:29:856 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:30:189 1cf8 Setting DAG epoch #275 for GPU0 11:11:30:192 1cf8 Create GPU buffer for GPU0 11:11:33:056 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x246dfc2d4c7299214c5bff6890eaec46e95326f10a0f7778a2c3711893fc20eb","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df053"]}
11:11:33:058 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:33 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:33:060 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:33:067 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:33:070 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:33:114 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xffd191ec99473ea193905f976655434dc56a0818a92e0bc3f49759df4ce6a428","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df053"]}
11:11:33:116 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:33 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:33:118 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:33:125 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:33:128 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:37:182 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xa9a3b30ea8bb6f0f46147809276667bd3d72f0f54efab024a1014c5f3a2d2da5","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df053"]}
11:11:37:184 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:37 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:37:186 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:37:193 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:37:259 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:37:472 33f8 ETH: checking pool connection... 11:11:37:474 33f8 sent: {"worker": "", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": [], "id": 3, "method": "eth_getWork"}
11:11:37:515 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xa9a3b30ea8bb6f0f46147809276667bd3d72f0f54efab024a1014c5f3a2d2da5","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df053"]}
11:11:41:214 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x08148d13c03fc8be24926cf555957aa73eebaa6fb9a0f7bc802f2e4a59b27508","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df053"]}
11:11:41:216 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:41 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:41:218 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:41:225 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:41:247 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:45:196 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x7ce7a4c8ff23af05ae5b2a100b57a704d55f0ba2b7f57e4f4d96e8115b643c5d","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df053"]}
11:11:45:198 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:45 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:45:200 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:45:208 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:45:211 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:47:486 33f8 ETH: checking pool connection... 11:11:47:488 33f8 sent: {"worker": "", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": [], "id": 3, "method": "eth_getWork"}
11:11:47:529 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x7ce7a4c8ff23af05ae5b2a100b57a704d55f0ba2b7f57e4f4d96e8115b643c5d","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df053"]}
11:11:49:322 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x126f150e00540173459de4712848eeb5993cf40f015de6bef8e1b921b0ab1014","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df053"]}
11:11:49:324 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:49 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:49:326 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:49:334 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:49:337 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:49:676 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x998033b4ddf28107f5b4d5e55b2d4cdf1ca5206ad5d1b0eacbf4a4a33e04c796","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df054"]}
11:11:49:677 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:49 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:49:678 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:49:682 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:49:684 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:49:794 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xc29af38a326413d6ccee7806a33d6af54eb6118d2035c9f5e1e042cf355d61fa","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df054"]}
11:11:49:796 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:49 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:49:798 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:49:805 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:49:983 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:51:336 1cf8 GPU0 DAG creation time - 20882 ms 11:11:51:339 1cf8 Setting DAG epoch #275 for GPU0 done 11:11:52:152 2664 GPU0 t=48C fan=45% P=45W 11:11:52:162 2664 Total GPUs power consumption: 45 Watts 11:11:52:404 3344 em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 78, 11:11:52:406 3344 watchdog - thread 0 (gpu0), hb time 1063 11:11:52:407 3344 watchdog - thread 1 (gpu0), hb time 1063 11:11:53:742 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xff392982f7826cc5d2c866c6e29cb156157adfb9390f546cabea7c37522410e1","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df054"]}
11:11:53:744 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:53 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:53:746 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:53:753 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:55:069 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:55:350 1cf8 GPU 0, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 30, unknown error 11:11:55:353 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:11:55:361 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:11:55:363 1cf8 GPU 0, GpuMiner kx failed 1 11:11:55:369 1cf8 Set global fail flag, failed GPU0 11:11:55:410 1cf8 GPU 0 failed 11:11:55:424 37fc GPU 0, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 30, unknown error 11:11:55:432 37fc GPU 0, GpuMiner kx failed 1 11:11:55:436 37fc Set global fail flag, failed GPU0 11:11:55:440 37fc GPU 0 failed 11:11:57:502 33f8 ETH: checking pool connection... 11:11:57:504 33f8 sent: {"worker": "", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": [], "id": 3, "method": "eth_getWork"}
11:11:57:542 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xff392982f7826cc5d2c866c6e29cb156157adfb9390f546cabea7c37522410e1","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df054"]}
11:11:57:660 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x787a852f5ac545481815d71276fd0a24414e57d78626b67cb3cb9ba02cf4d0aa","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df054"]}
11:11:57:662 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:11:57 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:11:57:664 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:11:57:672 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:11:57:675 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:11:58:418 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:11:58:429 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:00:381 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xd9a845fe323638bbfc0901441a5959e6f2e73b625dda369cc55a51d855896e03","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df055"]}
11:12:00:382 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:00 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:00:383 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:00:388 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:00:391 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:00:490 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x4302100500931a1c914b488a598d8737ff3edbf3f3633468314d6c4e28dab922","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df055"]}
11:12:00:491 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:00 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:00:492 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:00:497 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:00:498 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:01:488 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:01:500 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:04:502 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xde108059f93a8a4ea034bb5febc5150be8e60ae89581d5ff7d41bd418c8cb815","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df055"]}
11:12:04:504 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:04 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:04:506 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:04:514 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:04:518 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:04:557 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:04:569 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:07:486 33f8 sent: {"id":6,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"eth_submitHashrate","params":["0x0", "0x00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000b5f052d5"]}
11:12:07:518 33f8 ETH: checking pool connection... 11:12:07:519 33f8 sent: {"worker": "", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": [], "id": 3, "method": "eth_getWork"}
11:12:07:525 33f8 buf: {"id":6,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":true}
11:12:07:558 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xde108059f93a8a4ea034bb5febc5150be8e60ae89581d5ff7d41bd418c8cb815","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df055"]}
11:12:07:626 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:07:638 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:08:620 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x25869655f7de1b4af101faf41f51e59fa600e7fea8b139c90dbcfaa55b6c9fb6","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df055"]}
11:12:08:622 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:08 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:08:624 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:08:634 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:08:637 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:10:592 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x31c0d6df2259de2b9db8cecd3ae97eadb63342697df59490297136aa71c2ac8d","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df056"]}
11:12:10:594 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:10 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:10:596 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:10:604 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:10:607 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:10:696 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:10:706 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:10:768 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x428bacd8f4c294dccc3870b0402b8ea1ba9a5b578ef42309a312ea78e37e7ae4","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df056"]}
11:12:10:769 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:10 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:10:770 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:10:775 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:10:777 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:11:654 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xf9a5e3322470de0aca5def6fbfa5c559e350f580687ec91f6c452e693b64084e","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df057"]}
11:12:11:656 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:11 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:11:658 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:11:676 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:11:679 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:11:754 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x77acbeb5ef7ac259f42365da8bc180d934d14d7e61514475e431a74bb33092e8","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df057"]}
11:12:11:755 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:11 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:11:756 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:11:761 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:11:763 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:13:764 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:13:767 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:15:902 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x61c461dc5d400f04c95e7af0113e2be581749c3aef0a73e79f615657bf79a17d","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df057"]}
11:12:15:904 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:15 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:15:906 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:15:914 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:15:917 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:16:823 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:16:835 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:17:534 33f8 ETH: checking pool connection... 11:12:17:536 33f8 sent: {"worker": "", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": [], "id": 3, "method": "eth_getWork"}
11:12:17:575 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x61c461dc5d400f04c95e7af0113e2be581749c3aef0a73e79f615657bf79a17d","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df057"]}
11:12:19:862 33f8 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0xac10bfccd03a5ada731630cbccba3733cfbccfecc5b9f531c6373ccd47cf9e71","0x05a66c07931e801a56d8e423677f6ff2ff4814d538d377e1253810b3520f97c9","0x0000000112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x7df057"]}
11:12:19:864 33f8 ETH: 07/30/19-11:12:19 - New job from us1.ethermine.org:4444 11:12:19:866 33f8 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 275(3.15GB) 11:12:19:873 33f8 ETH - Total Speed: 0.000 Mh/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00 11:12:19:876 33f8 ETH: GPU0 0.000 Mh/s 11:12:19:893 2664 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:19:903 2664 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:22:679 3344 em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 63, 11:12:22:680 3344 watchdog - thread 0 (gpu0), hb time 31344 11:12:22:682 3344 watchdog - thread 1 (gpu0), hb time 27281 11:12:22:684 3344 WATCHDOG: GPU error, you need to restart miner :( 11:12:22:759 11f8 NVML: cannot get current temperature, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:22:770 11f8 NVML: cannot get fan speed, error 999 (an internal driver error occurred) 11:12:24:035 3344 Restarting OK, exit...
Config File.txt -

WARNING! Remove "#" characters to enable lines, with "#" they are disabled and will be ignored by miner! Check README for details.

WARNING! Miner loads options from this file only if there are not any options in the command line!

-epool us1.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal 0x390C9630e0672Eb1DD15D2Eb3891B07069e6c6F2.lightsdriftminer -epsw x

-dpool stratum+tcp://yiimp.ccminer.org:4252

-dwal DsUt9QagrYLvSkJHXCvhfiZHKafVtzd7Sq4

-dpsw x

-esm 1 -mode 0 -tt 70 -asm 0
epool file.txt-

WARNING! Remove "#" characters to enable lines, with "#" they are disabled and will be ignored by miner! Check README for details.

POOL: eth-eu.dwarfpool.com:8008, WALLET: 0xD69af2A796A737A103F12d2f0BCC563a13900E6F/YourWorker, PSW: x, ESM: 0, ALLPOOLS: 0

POOL: us1.ethermine.org:4444, WALLET: 0x390C9630e0672Eb1DD15D2Eb3891B07069e6c6F2.lightsdriftminer, PSW: x, ESM: 1, ALLPOOLS: 0

POOL: coinotron.com:3344, WALLET: YourUserName.YourWorkerName, PSW: YourWorkerPass, WORKER: , ESM: 2, ALLPOOLS: 1, ESTALE: 1

POOL: us-east1.ethereum.miningpoolhub.com:20535, WALLET: YourLogin.YourWorkerName, PSW: YourWorkerPass, WORKER: YourLogin.YourWorkerName, ESM: 2

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Monumental AIOMiner Update v8.4 - Mine the most profitable currencies on 74+ Algorithms (1000+ coins) while paying 0% Fees, now with free Online Rig Monitoring for your entire farm!

Hi Everyone!

We’re excited to be able to call AIOMiner, the best miner on the planet!
First of all, thank you so much for all of your support over this past year! Your constant suggestions in Discord have helped make AIOMiner what it is today and we are endlessly grateful!  
If you haven’t yet, here are some quick links to get involved with AIOMiner:

Humble Beginnings

If you’re not familiar with AIOMiner, we were born right here on /gpumining. Almost exactly one year ago, xixspiderxix became frustrated with the lack of functionality, ugliness, and the high difficulty required to get started with the already existing miners. Originally, he was just going to make it for himself to enhance his own mining experience, but others started asking for access to the software, suggesting new features, and helping him improve. So, he opened it up to the public for free and AIOMiner was born. And to this day, we maintain our promise that mining with AIOMiner will always be free. You can read more about it here, but let’s get to the good stuff!

What’s New in AIOMiner?

We now have remote rig monitoring and control through our website! We’ve just enabled the AIOMiner application to connect to the AIOMiner website through an API and fixed some bugs. If you’ve never used AIOMiner before, here are some of the features you can expect on the software side of things:
The biggest part of the update is a full rebuild of AIOMiner.com. We're bringing you remote control of your rigs via the AIOMiner website so you can stop paying for services, like Teamviewer, and manage all of your rigs from anywhere you have an internet connection!
Here's what you can expect from AIOMiner.com:
Whew! That's a lot, but believe it or not... we're just getting started! We still have plenty planned to maximize your rig efficiency, control, and profitability.

All of my favorite miners?

If not all of them, then certainly a good chunk of your favorites and we make sure they are updated daily!

74 Algorithms? Prove it!

takes deep breath
  1. Ethash
  2. CryptoNightHeavy
  3. PHI1612
  4. Zhash
  5. CryptoNightSaber
  6. Lyra2REv2
  7. NeoScrypt
  8. Phi2
  9. CryptoNightV8
  10. TimeTravel10 (BitCore)
  11. x16r
  12. CryptoNightV7
  13. Lyra2z
  14. Hex
  15. Xevan
  16. ProgPoW
  17. 1927-genesis
  18. Geek
  19. Aergo
  20. BCD
  21. Sonoa
  22. Bytom
  23. Renesis
  24. SolidtySha3
  25. CryptoNight-Lite
  26. Aeriumx
  27. Zhash_zel
  28. Zhash_BTG
  29. Zhash_Snow
  30. Zhash_Zcash
  31. Zhash_Safe
  32. Zhash_ltz
  33. x16s
  34. Allium
  35. Zero
  36. Tribus
  37. x14
  38. c11
  39. Darkcoin-mod
  40. Pascal
  41. Blake14r
  42. Vanilla
  43. Blake
  44. Groestl
  45. Skein
  46. Myriad-groestl
  47. Keecakc
  48. Polytimos
  49. Whirpool
  50. Lbry
  51. Jha
  52. Skunk
  53. Phi
  54. Keccak
  55. Sib
  56. Blake2b
  57. Nist5
  58. Veltor
  59. Blakecoin
  60. Blake2s
  61. HSR
  62. x11evo
  63. TimeTravel
  64. Equihash
  65. x17
  66. x17gost
  67. CryptoNight
  68. CryptoNightRTO
  69. CryptoNightXAO
  70. CryptoNightMSR
  71. CryptoNightXTL
  72. CryptoNightLightv0
  73. CryptoNightLightv1
  74. CryptoNightHaven
Q: How many cryptocurrencies does that cover?
A: ¯\(ツ)/¯ We stopped counting when we reached 1,000.

Is it safe?

Of course, but don't take it from us! Here's a 3rd party analysis on the software:

What's Free Hash Friday?

Every week we put on an event called Free Hash Friday, and don’t call the DEA because we're not giving away weed! Maybe Canada can help you with that, but here's the general rundown for Free Hash Friday:  
The AIOMiner team sends out a tweet every week with directions in an image, such as this one.  
Follow the directions in the tweet where it says "To Win" with the arrows. Once you've completed those three steps, your twitter handle will be inputted into a spreadsheet (that is shared with the public) and you'll be assigned a number in the order that you're inputted.  
You have until 8pm US Pacific Time (GMT -7) to enter. At 8pm, the spreadsheet will be updated one final time and the drawing will begin immediately in the AIOMiner discord channel.  
You'll notice on the spreadsheet that you have a number next to your twitter handle. We have a bender bot that is able to generate a random number given the upper and lower limit. If your number is the randomly generated number, you win!  
Typically we pair with a coin, as you can see, who puts up some to giveaway and we have multiple winners. If we don't have a coin to give away, The AIOMiner team will simply start mining on behalf of the winner for 24 hours and mine any gpu-mineable coin of their choice.  
And that's pretty much it! So, follow our twitter and be on the lookout for the next Free Hash Friday!

What else should I know about AIOMiner?

We are fully committed to keeping mining free for everyone, but it does cost some money to keep the servers up and running. So, we're planning on releasing some "premium" features in the near future that will take the mining experience to the next level. Until December 1st, we will allow users to donate/purchase a lifetime premium account. With this account you will gain access to AIOMiner and all of the premium features that we release as well as any future product we make for free. This is only for a limited time, so if you're in the mining game for the long haul, it is definitely worth it. After December 1st, we will open up the premium features on a membership/monthly subscription basis. So, get it while it's hot!
Other than that, enjoy the software, enjoy the giveaways and come participate in the community:
Thank you again to everyone who has helped make AIOMiner what it is today!
Happy Mining,
-The AIOMiner Team
Edit: When releasing the new website, Google's Crawler flagged us as experiencing a hostile takeover and as a result, you may get a message warning of malicious content. We checked everything and there is no malware or malicious software on aiominer.com. We are actively working with Google to get this resolved as quickly as we can!
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Mining ERC-918 Tokens (0xBitcoin)


0xBitcoin (0xBTC) is the first mineable ERC20 token on Ethereum. It uses mining for distribution, unlike all previous ERC20 tokens which were assigned to the contract deployer upon creation. 0xBTC is the first implementation of the EIP918 mineable token standard (https://eips.ethereum.org/EIPS/eip-918), which opened up the possibility of a whole new class of mineable assets on Ethereum. Without any ICO, airdrop, pre-mine, or founder’s reward, 0xBitcoin is arguably the most decentralized asset in the Ethereum ecosystem, including even Ether (ETH), which had a large ICO.
The goal of 0xBitcoin is to be looked at as a currency and store of value asset on Ethereum. Its 21 million token hard cap and predictable issuance give it scarcity and transparency in terms of monetary policy, both things that Ether lacks. 0xBitcoin has certain advantages over PoW based currencies, such as compatibility with smart contracts and decentralized exchanges. In addition, 0xBTC cannot be 51% attacked (without attacking Ethereum), is immune from the “death spiral”, and will receive the benefits of scaling and other improvements to the Ethereum network.


0xBitcoin can be mined using typical PC hardware, traded on exchanges (either decentralized or centralized) or purchased from specific sites/contracts.

-Mined using PC hardware

-Traded on exchanges such as


0xBitcoin is a Smart Contract on the Ethereum network, and the concept of Token Mining is patterned after Bitcoin's distribution. Rather than solving 'blocks', work is issued by the contract, which also maintains a Difficulty which goes up or down depending on how often a Reward is issued. Miners can put their hardware to work to claim these rewards, in concert with specialized software, working either by themselves or together as a Pool. The total lifetime supply of 0xBitcoin is 21,000,000 tokens and rewards will repeatedly halve over time.
The 0xBitcoin contract was deployed by Infernal_Toast at Ethereum address: 0xb6ed7644c69416d67b522e20bc294a9a9b405b31
0xBitcoin's smart contract, running on the Ethereum network, maintains a changing "Challenge" (that is generated from the previous Ethereum block hash) and an adjusting Difficulty Target. Like traditional mining, the miners use the SoliditySHA3 algorithm to solve for a Nonce value that, when hashed alongside the current Challenge and their Minting Ethereum Address, is less-than-or-equal-to the current Difficulty Target. Once a miner finds a solution that satisfies the requirements, they can submit it into the contract (calling the Mint() function). This is most often done through a mining pool. The Ethereum address that submits a valid solution first is sent the 50 0xBTC Reward.
(In the case of Pools, valid solutions that do not satisfy the full difficulty specified by the 0xBitcoin contract, but that DO satisfy the Pool's specified Minimum Share Difficulty, get a 'share'. When one of the Miners on that Pool finds a "Full" solution, the number of shares each miner's address has submitted is used to calculate how much of the 50 0xBTC reward they will get. After a Reward is issued, the Challenge changes.
A Retarget happens every 1024 rewards. In short, the Contract tries to target an Average Reward Time of about 60 times the Ethereum block time. So (at the time of this writing):
~13.9 seconds \* 60 = 13.9 minutes
If the average Reward Time is longer than that, the difficulty will decrease. If it's shorter, it will increase. How much longer or shorter it was affects the magnitude with which the difficulty will rise/drop, to a maximum of 50%. * Click Here to visit the stats page~ (https://0x1d00ffff.github.io/0xBTC-Stats) to see recent stats and block times, feel free to ask questions about it if you need help understanding it.


Presently, 0xBitcoin and "Alt Tokens" can be mined on GPUs, CPUs, IGPs (on-CPU graphics) and certain FPGAs. The most recommended hardware is nVidia graphics cards for their efficiency, ubiquity and relatively low cost. As general rules, the more cores and the higher core frequency (clock) you can get, the more Tokens you will earn!
Mining on nVidia cards:
Mining on AMD cards:
Mining on IGPs (e.g. AMD Radeon and Intel HD Graphics):
Clocks and Power Levels:


For the most up-to-date version info, download links, thread links and author contact information, please see this thread: https://www.reddit.com/0xbitcoin/comments/8o06dk/links_to_the_newestbest_miners_for_nvidia_amd/ Keep up to date for the latest speed, stability and feature enhancements!
COSMiC Miner by LtTofu:
SoliditySha3Miner by Amano7:
AIOMiner All-In-One GPU Miner:
TokenMiner by MVis (Mining-Visualizer):
"Nabiki"/2.10.4 by Azlehria:
~Older Miners: Older and possibly-unsupported miner versions can be found at the above link for historical purposes and specific applications- including the original NodeJS CPU miner by Infernal Toast/Zegordo, the '1000x' NodeJS/C++ hybrid version of 0xBitcoin-Miner and Mikers' enhanced CUDA builds.


If you have any trouble, the friendly and helpful 0xBitcoin community will be happy to help you out. Discord has kind of become 0xBTC's community hub, you can get answers the fastest from devs and helpful community members. Or message one of the community members on reddit listed below.
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The Biggest GPU farm for mining bitcoin in america - YouTube Coolest Bitcoin Mining Miner - Liquid Cooled Experiment ... Water Cooling for 8 GPU Mining Rig GTX 1080Ti - YouTube First Day Mining Bitcoin! GTX 1070 GPU - YouTube Should YOU be GPU MINING Cryptocurrency in 2020?! - YouTube

Mining Netzteile für GPU-Miner. Wir selbst haben hier sehr gute Erfahrungen mit den Netzteilen LC Power 1650 und LC Power 1800, in Kombination mit unserem GPU-Mining Gehäuse gemacht. Du kannst dirkt zum Blog von unserem Gehäuse wechsel, alternativ haben wir jedoch auch noch etwas weiter unten, ein Bild vom GPU-Mining-Gehäuse hinterlegt. Bitcoin is Secure. Bitcoin miners help keep the Bitcoin network secure by approving transactions. Mining is an important and integral part of Bitcoin that ensures fairness while keeping the Bitcoin network stable, safe and secure. Links. We Use Coins - Learn all about crypto-currency. Bitcoin News - Where the Bitcoin community gets news. Yikes, I was wrong. Your GPU’s temperature is more important than you think, here’s what you need to know, to stay safe. When mining, you’re pushing your graphics card to work as hard as it can(and extra if you are overclocking). These are consumer products(not industrial ASIC mining hardware), and are really only made for playing video ... Please Note: All GPU have different safe ranges. This is an attempt to generalize temperature ranges for mining any coin in general. Because I may say a temperature is generally safe, doesn't mean it definitely is. 0C - 29C You might want to turn your computer on first! 30C - 49C Idling. No major tasks are running. Are you sure your miner is even on? 50C - 59C GPU is idling in a warm room, or ... Here’s a table that vividly shows what mining temperature you should stick to (beware of the fact that different GPUs still have different safe ranges). Temperature range. Exposure. 30C - 49C . You miner must not be working! 50C - 59C. Either your GPU is still not working or you need to do some overclocking. 60C - 69C. GPU is running at a normal temperature. 70C - 75C. This is usually the ...

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