Best GPUs for cryptocurrency mining | Hashrates

Stock Hashrate for Multiple GPU's

Hello Reddit
I'm hoping some people here could post me their Stock Hashrate's and Power Consumption for the cards listed below. I have looked around multiple forums and found multiple answers so I'm trying to collaborate up-to-date information that others will also find useful! From this information, I can work out the Hash per Watt to find the most efficient card for you all.
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Card > Manufacture and Model (with Ram) > Ethereum Hashrate (Mh/s) > Power Usage > Other Info
 
Card Manufacture and Model Ethereum Hashrate (Mh/s) Power Consumption (Watts) Other Information Hashrate per Watt
GTX 960 EVGA GTX 960 FTW 10.5 75 Ubuntu 0.14
GTX 970 EVGA GTX 970 SC 19 150 Overclocked 0.126666667
GTX 970 EVGA GTX 970 FTW 20 160 Overclocked 0.125
GTX 1050 Ti
GTX 1060 Asus ROG Strix 1060 19.5 65 0.3
GTX 1070s Nvidia GTX 1070 Laptop Card 25.7 180 Laptop Card 0.142777778
GTX 1070 EVGA GTX 1070 FE 8GB 25.9 125 0.2072
GTX 1070 EVGA GTX 1070 SC 26 123 0.211382114
GTX 1070 EVGA FTW 8GB 25 140 0.178571429
GTX 1070 Palit GTX 1070 FE 8GB 26 105 65°C (OC +800 MHz Mem, +0MHz Core, Power 70% = 31.5Mh/s) 0.247619048
GTX 1070 Asus ROG STRIX 1070 25.1 Ubuntu
GTX 1080 MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR 8G OC 20.1
GTX 1080 TI EVGA FTW3 1080 Ti 31
GTX 1080 TI PNY 1080 Ti XLR8 31 225 0.137777778
GTX 1080 TI EVGA Founders 1080Ti 36 250 0.144
GTX 1080 TI GeForce Founders 34 200 0.17
HD 7970 MSI Radeon HD 7970 3GB 12.5
R9 280X Sapphire Dual X 12
R9 290 Sapphire R9 290 26.6
R9 290X MSI 290x Gaming 29 200 0.145
R9 390 MSI Gaming 8GB 31 250 0.124
R9 390X Sapphire Tri X - 390X 1055/1500 Memory 8GB 31.4 250 0.1256
R9 390X Sapphire R9 390X 8GB Nitro 30
R9 M390X R9 M390X 18 Laptop
RX 460
RX 470 MSI Radeon RX 480 4GB 24.5
RX 470 Sapphire Radeon RX470 Nitro OC 4GB 22
RX 470 Asus ROG Strix RX 470 20
RX 480 XFX Radeon RX 480 4GB 20.5
RX 480 MSI 480X Gaming X 8G 24.8
RX 480 Arctic Mono Cooler Mod 23 140 0.164285714
RX 480 RX 480 8gb Gigabyte G1 gaming w/ Samsung Memory 27 105 0.257142857
RX 480 MSI RX 480 Gaming X 8G 24.8
RX 560
RX 570 Asus ROG Strix 570 OC 4GB 24 93 0.258064516
RX 570 Sapphire Pulse RX570 4GB OC 24
RX 570 Sapphire Radeon Nitro+ RX 570 4GB 24.5 140 0.175
RX 570 Gigabyte RX 570 consistent 26.9
RX 580 Powercolor Red Devil RX 580 8GB 24 145 0.165517241
RX 580 XFX GTS Black Core Edition RX580 22.4
RX 580 Asus RX 580 O8G 24
R9 FURYX 27
   
I will update this post as the info comes in. Thanks you to all who contribute.
If this information is useful to you, a beer (or two) would be nice!
 
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Clearing up some confusion about cryptocurrencies, mining and when prices will go down.

I spend my last 6 months in a lot of cryptocurrency Reddits and informed myself about the topic. I read a lot of misinformation in the non crypto Reddits every day and because of that I am making this post to clear some things up and explain everything. Sorry for the wall of text, there will be a tldr; at the end
The Ethereum network pays out people who mine for them in Ethereum. The total daily amount of Ethereum giving out is more or less constant for now which means that if only a single person mines he gets everything, if a million person mine with the same hash power behind them everyone gets 1/1,000,000 of the reward, the reward itself does NOT increase, only the price of the ETH can increase.
Normally people would buy more GPUs until they reach a point of only a small profit compared to the energy costs and it would a reach a point of balance between total network hashrate and profit in USD (like it was in the last 3-4 years). The problem is that the price spiked multiple times way too fast and GPU manufacturing can't keep up which causes GPU prices to spike and delays this point of balance which results in MASSIVE profits for everyone who mines because the hashing power "supply" is capped. We are talking about 100$ a month with a SINGLE RX 480 right now (80$+ with power cost included).
Actually quite soon (yay). This is sadly a truth that not many miners know of (not to mention some are delusional... you will find them in the comments) and very few people think about. Even the popular Youtube channels have no idea about this. Before I come to the end of GPU mining first there are some numbers.
The current network hashrate is about 191TH/s and a total daily reward paid of 31,239,969$ in the last 24 hours. Because a single RX 480 gets about 28MH/s (pretty much average), we have about 6,821,428 GPUs mining ONLY Ethereum right now. If you every wondered how much money you need for a global GPU shortage the answer is about 30 million dollar daily.
Ok ok... the thing is the Ethereum network doesn't need your GPU power. It only uses it as a spam filter to make it harder to manipulate the network. You would need over 50% of the total hashrate to reliably fake transactions, think of it as a giant google captcha. You can easily replace that captcha with another one and this is exactly what Ethereum does in the near future. Proof of stake means instead of wasting GPU power you just stake your Ethereum and the more of your Ethereum you invest the more voting rights and rewards you get. If you are caught trying to cheat your whole money gets confiscated and donated to everyone else depending on their voting rights. Full proof of stake will probably be implemented late 2018 but just to be fair it already got delayed multiple times so there is no clear 100% date for it yet.
This is where the misconception starts. There is actually a second point of balance in all of this. All cryptocurrencies will always divide all the hashing power between them until they all reach about the same profit (people always switch to what gives the most profit). It may seem like there are a lot of profitable cryptocurrencies to mine but that is actually an illusion. Many of the smaller coins would be unprofitable after a few thousand GPUs because their total $ reward giving out daily is pretty small. The thing is nobody mines something that gives less profit so they switch. To sum it up Ethereum is basically the minimum payment job and everyone who goes below that wont find anyone willing to do the job until they get more profitable than Ethereum.
Now what happens if 6.8 MILLION RX 480 are jobless after a single update? They will all start mining something else. The problem is Ethereum has a GIANT majority in hashrate and all other mineable cryptocurrencies combined can't be profitable after Ethereum switches even if their prices spike by 10x.
OH HELL YEAH IT IS THAT BAD! Every heard of Monero? It is the cryptocurrency that caused the RX Vega shortage. Any idea on how much daily rewards they give out? A giant 1,504,249$ in the last 24 hours. Yes that is 20.7 times less and we are talking about the second biggest mineable coin out there. As soon as Ethereum fires all the miners everything will collapse and profit will turn NEGATIVE for a while unless you have free power. Q4 2018 is the end of mining for probably ever. Because the Ethereum code is open source and everyone can use it there will most likely be more coins that follow proof of stake after that (there already are some that already have it) so mining will most likely never come back.
There are many benefits. It consumes A LOT less power, it is most likely faster and people who hodl Ethereum get more Ethereum for just having it. Free interest rate hype! But the most important thing about this is that miners control the currency and every update to it. Sadly they don't have the same interests as people who want the crypto to succeed and improve. For example Bitcoin's block size is kept at 1mb even though increasing it was always the plan since 2009. Why? It's very simple. You can only fit X amount of transactions in 1mb and if it gets more than that only people who pay more get their transactions in faster which means more fews are being paid to the miners. While they make a fortune the currency suffers with spikes to 50$ for a SINGLE transaction (currently it's 18$). If the power goes to the ones having the currency they are directly interested in the well being of the currency which is better for everyone.
We will get the biggest GPU mass sell off in the history of the technology itself. I wouldn't be surprised to find a RX 480 for 100$ in December. Miners already made the price of the GPU back multiple times, they don't care about the price if they get at least something. This will be a GREAT time for buying GPUs. It already happened once in 2013? when ASIC miners got introduced for Bitcoin mining and all R9 290(x) got dumped on the market because they went from awesome miners to completely useless overnight. This time will be much bigger though because of the sheer amount of GPUs used for mining.
AMD did ramp up production last time with the r9 290(x) and got completely rekt. They couldn't sell the GPUs anymore and the used r9 290(x) were way too cheap to compete with. This time they are smarter and they just make as much as they can without investing too much while basically selling everything they produce for almost a whole year. Nvidia is about the same right now, they are just making bank without risking much. If you ever wondered why the 1070ti exists, it is basically a mining only GPU. The 1080 is horrible for Ethereum mining because of GDDR5X timings but the 1070ti has the same GPU power with GDDR5 non x. They only made this for more profit when selling to miners.... yet no reviewer called them out for this to my knowledge.
GPU prices will crash hard and the used market will have laughable low prices. These GPUs actually run undervolted, underclocked and at a low temperature the whole time because the bottleneck is the memory speed which means they are in EXCELLENT condition. Maybe their BIOS got flashed for better memory timing but you can just switch to the second BIOS or flash it back to normals. These will the GREAT to buy. Note that r9 290(x) and 390(x) GPUs should be avoided because they have such an overkill memory setup that their GPU core is the bottleneck (-> overclocked, overvolted and run at 90c+).
Well they will have a problem. Nobody will buy a 1180 if they can get a GTX 1080 for 200$ compared to something like 600$. Especially if Nvidia releases the 1180 while mining is still a thing. I guess they will wait with the 1180 or release a 1280 shortly after mining died with a really competitive price (if AMD can't compete they will just compete with themself...). Just think of the GTX 970 which got released with a 299$ MSRP and got actually sold at that price!
This got way longer than expected... well I hope you learned something. Just comment if you want to correct something or have a question. Most of these are assumptions based on thinking so none of this has to happen but is in my opinion very likely to happen.
tldr; Because Ethereum has almost all of the GPU power behind it and will fire all the miners in around Q4 2018 with the switch to proof of stake there will be a huge excess of GPU power and prices will crash hard.
edit: if you only care about numbers and facts and want a better distinction between assumptions and facts read my other comment https://www.reddit.com/pcmasterrace/comments/7rqkmo/clearing_up_some_confusion_about_cryptocurrencies/dsyzg6b/
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How to get started on GPU mining on Pizza Pool (gpu.pizza) [Nvidia/linux/ClosedSource]

Sunday morining the 0xBitcoin Discord got a surprise from @0xPiZzA...
hi guys. i am 0x778, again! has it gone a long time and you miss me? 8^D= i wait two more weeks since last time, want to check you to see if you are ready for gpu and 0xBITCOIN. today i am ready to release Closed Source GPU Miner for everyone, works for my new Mining Pool name " PiZzA Pool " ! \o/ new pizzaminer is ALPHA software : means speed good but has bugs. Linux only OS. new pool PiZzA Pool also ALPHA but in testing now, available for your to try. credit system is counting. automatic payment, i am building it now. XD lets GO for best! i am not support Help with this software, please figure it out. i believe you can do it. PiZzA Pool going to donate 2% to 0xBITCOIN project / Infernal Toast who will make Open Source Gpu Miner in competition with pizzaminer and Prevail in Triumph. .o/\o/ when you ready, more info : http://gpu.pizza/ :heart: Have Fun, Love 0xBITCOIN 8^D= ~~ 0xPiZzA :heart: 
GPU mining!!!
PiZzA pool - http://gpu.pizza/
Before we start...
THIS SOFTWARE IS CLOSED SOURCE
I DON'T OFFER ANY WARRANTIES ON THIS MINING SOFTWARE
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK
Yet the miner works and I've been paid by the pool (71.17318134 0xBTC):
https://etherscan.io/address/0x79c5BE8f4098208006C7940cF72dAE71738b39b6#tokentxns
1. Prepare your mining rig
Download required programs:
http://gpu.pizza/#download
https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop
https://rufus.akeo.ie/
Using this software is risky, but you can minimize the risk by planning. Ideally you want a sanitized GPU mining rig.
This means:
  • No private key!!!
  • No saved passwords!!!
  • No files you are not comfortable with losing!!!
Use this as a basic security audit if you have an existing GPU mining rig.
2. Download and Install Ubuntu
You can Google this.
I believe in you, you will figure it out. :-D
But get an .iso and use Rufus to make a bootable USB.
3. Install Nvidia Drivers
Don't download them from the Nvidia website. Use repositories instead. This guide worked for me: http://www.linuxandubuntu.com/home/how-to-install-latest-nvidia-drivers-in-linux
Make sure you are connected to wifi at this stage. The error message will not clue you into the fact that your internet is not working.
4. Run the pizzaminer software
Details are in the README.TXT. But essentially all you need to do is run the program. Make sure in properties it has permissions to exectute. Also run each miner in their own terminal instance.
http://gpu.pizza/download/pizzaminer-v0.0.1-alpha/README.txt
CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=0 ./pizzaminer 0x0123AbC... CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=1 ./pizzaminer 0x0123AbC... CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=2 ./pizzaminer 0x0123AbC... CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=3 ./pizzaminer 0x0123AbC... 
5. Configure Autostart
Inside the directory where pizza miner is create a file (autostart) that is executable and contains your payment address:
#!/bin/sh xterm -e -hold CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=0 ./pizzaminer 0x0123AbC... & xterm -e -hold CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=1 ./pizzaminer 0x0123AbC... & xterm -e -hold CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=2 ./pizzaminer 0x0123AbC... & xterm -e -hold CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=3 ./pizzaminer 0x0123AbC... & ... 
Then from Start>Startup Applications add the following task:
Name: Autostart pizzaminer Command: autostart (browse for file created above)
7. Optimization
v0.0.3 CPU optimization
Before the CPU was bottle necking the GPU utilization in certain cases. v0.0.3 fixes this and it's stable for me. With multiple cards on a Celeron G39XX you can expect a 50%+ boost in overall hash rate.
Overclocking (EXPERIMENTAL!!!)
This command should allow basic overclocking, monitor free initialization. Honestly haven't had much success in the overclocking department. Let me know if you do!
sudo nvidia-xconfig -enable-all-gpus -cool-bits=28 --allow-empty-initial-configuration 
6. Known Hashrates
GPU MH/s MH/s MH/s
Version v0.0.1 v0.0.2 v0.0.3
GTX 970 (40 MH/s) (55 MH/s) (75 MH/s)
GTX 1050 Ti (40 MH/s) (75 MH/s) (90 MH/s)
GTX 1060 (60-70** MH/s) (100 MH/s) (150 MH/s)
GTX 1070 Ti (90** MH/s) () ()
GTX 1080 Ti (140** MH/s) () (325** MH/s)
**unconfirmed
Please tell me your hashrates to add to this table!!!
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A quick guide to GPUs and cryptocurrency.

There seems to be a lot of misinformation going on about cryptocurrency and how it ties into the new and used GPU markets. I want to try to help alleviate some of the false rumors as well as put together a quick resource to answer any questions someone may have. This is not to sway anyone to or away from crypto or anything like that. I just keep seeing threads that go something like this:
OP: GPU prices are so high right now C1: Oh it’s because of bitcoin OP: elaborate C1: bitcoin is mined 24/7 using huge GPU farms. The miners snap up any and every new GPU they find. OP: well I’ll just buy used! C1: bad choice jabroni. The miners run these cards so hot and heavy that they’ll instabreak as soon as you buy them. OP: oh well when will it stop? C1: bitcoin just crashed so we should see some new GPUs in stock soon OP: thanks dude!
This is an exaggerated exchange, but it is based on some of the more common things I see sometimes and it gets the point across. The fact is, a lot of people that comment are trying to be as helpful as possible, and that is absolutely a good thing. The problem comes when trying to water down the information to make it easier to comprehend for a beginner. That’s where I’m hoping this guide comes in. I’ll start off by explaining the process of mining as concisely as possible while still keeping all of the relevant information. After that, I’ll try to debunk/explain some of the myths surrounding mining and GPUs. Let’s hop in.
Mining in a nutshell:
Cryptocurrency mining is the act of using a cpu, GPU, or an ASIC (specially designed device) to solve mathematical equations that verify transactions. That’s a very general definition that we can work with. Within the general aspect of mining, there are different algorithms that are used for different currencies. Some currencies use the same algorithm, so you end up with more currencies than algos. Some algorithms are “ASIC-resistant”, so the best way to mine is with a GPU.
Now how do you actually get paid by mining? That’s simple. Generally speaking, any time any cryptocurrency is sent anywhere it must go through a verification process and will incur transaction fees. Who gets those fees? The same people that verify the transaction, miners. That simplifies the process a good bit, but it is still truthful.
That’s a good bit of background information. Let’s traverse a bit deeper and cover how somebody gets into mining. I’ll start by saying this: Hardly anybody mines Bitcoin. A little more emphasis for the people in the back. HARDLY ANYBODY MINES BITCOIN. Why is that? Because Bitcoin is not profitable unless you are using a high dollar ASIC. That is beyond the scope of this guide, so I’m not going to go there.
There are two ways for the Everyman to mine: choosing a coin and mining through a pool, or using what I call a “smart miner” like NiceHash. For the sake of simplicity, let’s use NiceHash from here on. NiceHash is mostly on par with the profitability of pool mining, and it is also a lot easier to set up. This simplicity is inviting to beginners and experts alike.
With NiceHash, you never actually mine coins for yourself. You sell your hashing power to those that are buying hashing power. You switch between whichever algorithm is most profitable and mine whatever coins the buyers are paying for, however, you are paid in bitcoin. Confusing? Cool, let’s get simpler. Say you have any amount of GPUs in a rig. In order to mine, download NiceHash, set up your account, and press the start button. Now you’re mining with power! In order to make this profitable enough, you’re going to want a rig with multiple GPUs. A common goal is 6-8 GPUs per motherboard w/ multiple motherboards.
So we’ve got all the background we need for now. Let’s tie in some market information. Currently almost all crypto currencies are down significantly, but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s incredibly volatile and could skyrocket in the next week. We have to deal with the fact that yes, crypto is down, but most people will continue mining because it will inevitably go back up. We may potentially see a drop off in miners buying cards until the return of investment goes back up. It’s kind of dismal right now.
Myth Madness:
M: Bitcoin is causing GPU prices to skyrocket.
E: Let’s replace a few words here. This is more accurate: “cryptocurrency is a big factor in the increase in GPU prices.” This is better, but still doesn’t tell the full story. While cryptocurrency is jacking up the demand for GPUs, a RAM shortage as well as the fact that manufacturers just can’t keep up is keeping supply down.
M: Miners snap up every available new card.
E: This one is pretty true, however, most miners aren’t just snapping up these cards at MSRP, they’re paying the same price everybody else would pay. In the market’s current state, the higher prices of GPUs hurt the return of investment especially when the dollar value of cryptocurrency is down.
M: Miners are only interested in AMD!/Nvidia!
E: this one is a common misconception. Some cards do outperform others, but that does not mean 6 rx 580s will outperform 6 gtx 1080s. Generally speaking, the most powerful card for gaming will be the best performer for mining. A 1080ti will earn around 6 USD per day while a 580 may earn 3 USD per day. Return of investment is actually pretty similar if you go by msrps. You pay more, you earn more to an extent. Most miners that are in it purely for profit are going for 1060 6gb and up, or 570 8gb and up.
M: Mining cards are run at full power 24/7 and are useless after they’re done with them.
E: The 24/7 part is true. Most rigs run constantly, but almost all miners undervolt their cards. The power consumption doesn’t do much to the hashrate, but it cuts into overall profit by drawing more electricity than it actually needs. In addition to this, heat is still an enemy as it is with a high performance gaming rig. To combat this, most rigs are in a cold room with as much airflow as possible in the form of multiple case fans, external box fans, ceiling fans, even portable AC units pointed directly at the cards. Miners are all about protecting their investments. The only wear that could be a problem is fan wear, which can be an easy fix.
M: This will pass when bitcoin crashes.
E: Cryptocurrency is in it for the long haul. 2017 was honestly the first year of widespread acceptance of crypto. It’s best to look at return of investment when talking about crypto and GPUs. With crypto down, GPUs won’t be bought as much. GPU prices go down, return of investment gets back to what it was. More GPUs are bought. It’s a huge ebb and flow type of thing.
Let’s go back to the original exchange from the beginning and see how someone could potentially answer the OP.
OP: GPU prices are so high right now. C1: unfortunately, we’re in a phase where manufacturers can’t keep up with the demand for them. OP: why’s the demand so high? C1: a big reason is cryptocurrency. Crypto miners are able to make a big profit off of mid-high end cards, so they buy them as fast as possible. Lower end cards are effected as well because gamers that can’t get the mid-high range are settling for low range to fit in their budget. OP: Well how about used? C1: If you’re getting a current gen Card, you should ask plenty of questions regarding the conditions it was in. Last Gen cards like a 970 or 980 are probably alright and will rival the performance of some 10 series cards. OP: What if I wait it out? C1: I wouldn’t advise waiting it out. It could take several months for this phase to pass. I would buy a 970 or 980 to hold over until prices even out.
That’s a lot more informed as well as being a lot more helpful to the OP. The best advice I can give if you want a high end card is to be vigilant about deals. Some places are offering GPUs at MSRP if you buy other components with it. That’s a great option if it’s your first build. All in all, we’re in a pretty troublesome time for PC building with the price of ram going up as well as the price of GPUs.
I don’t claim to be an expert so if there are any corrections or additions that need to be addressed, please let me know and I’ll fit them in.
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Crypto Gui Miner - official thread and support

This is the official thread for support and development of CryptoGuiMiner! Please any suggest, criticize and praise.
I see that there are a lot of questions and different answers on forums on the subject of mining cryptocurrencies. So now… which cryptocurrency should you be mining and how? For beginners and people with no knowledge of cryptocurrencies, the biggest issue are the very basics like adjusting the settings which can be complicated and hard to figure out. If you want to start mining, it must be way more complicated than just a few clicks! Or is it? So you don’t have to bother, lose time or God forbid adjust something wrongly, there is an interesting piece of software that helps you and does everything automatically for you. I’m writing this because I myself am using this software and can confirm that it is definitely the best solution for everyone who is new in the world of cryptocurrency mining.
The program is called Crypto Gui Miner and it you can download it from https://cryptoguiminer.com/ (Crypto Gui Miner | Free Easy GPU Mining Software Application)
The main thing which makes this program so special and what sets it apart from the others is the simplicity and automatic set-up function. There is even a calculator on their website that will calculate which cryptocurrency is the most profitable to mine, depending on the graphics cards that you use.
When you run the program, it will automatically recognize the graphics cards that you are using and adjust the settings so that it mines the cryptocurrency that is the most profitable. You also have a nice and clear display of temperature and other useful data such as hashrates, estimated monthly earnings in US dollars or Bitcoin, monitoring for tracking results via mobile phone, etc. All you have to do is insert your wallet address so you can dafely save the currency you are mining directly into your wallet (and it is saved automatically). The best place for creating your wallet is the official website of the cryptocurrency that you wish to start mining. Of course, you always have control over what and when you will be mining.
You can also enter more than one wallet into the program, so the program will mine the currency that is the most profitable at that time. However, if you only wish to mine one cryptocurrency, then just click on the button “Force” and the chosen cryptocurrency will be mined regardless of the others.
In short, don’t focus on mining Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum or other currencies that are difficult to mine and you need hardware of 100+ thousands of EUR. Focus on currencies that can quickly be mined and monetized, converted into cash or for buying other cryptocurrrencies or if you plan to invest them in the long run. Just download the program, choose one or more currencies for mining, insert your wallet and that is it. No complicated settings, losing time, uncertainties etc.
Currently availible GPU (version v1.4 ):
GTX 1080 TI GTX 1080 GTX 1070 TI GTX 1070 GTX 1060 GTX 1050 TI TITAN X GTX 980 TI GTX 980 GTX 970 GTX 960 GTX 780 GTX 750 TI Vega 64 Vega 56 RX 580 RX 570 RX 480 RX 470 R9 390 R9 380 R9 280X R9 200
Currently availible Coin/Algo ( version v1.4 ):
Ferrum Coin (skein) Ravencoin (x16r) Virtus (tribus) MkT Coin (x17) Argo (skein) Curve Coin (skein) Luxcoin (phi) Verge (x17) Desire (neoscrypt) Garlicoin (allium) BitcoinZ (equihash) Infinex (lyra2z) Taler (lyra2z) Absolute Coin (lyra2rev2) Orbitcoin (neoscrypt) Solaris (xevan) Bulwark (nist5) Verge (lyra2rev2) Mona Coin (lyra2rev2) Zencash (equihash) DigiByte (skein) Nihilo Coin (neoscrypt) GoByte (neoscrypt) Bitcore (timetravel10) TrezarCoin (neoscrypt) Ethereum Future (nist5) Stipend (c11) Bitcoin Gold (equihash) Zcash (equihash) Innova (neoscrypt) CrowdCoin (neoscrypt) Coin2Fly (neoscrypt) Zclassic (equihash) Phoenixcoin (neoscrypt) Ethereum (ethash) Halcyon (neoscrypt) Vivo (neoscrypt) Denarius (tribus) Elephant Coin (xevan) Feathercoin (neoscrypt) Tune Coin (neoscrypt) Electroneum (crypto-night) Graft (crypto-night) Verge (blake-2s) Lizus (skein) Monero (crypto-night) DinastyCoin (crypto-night) Bash Coin (skein) XHimera (xevan) Lbry (lbry) CropCoin (neoscrypt) Bithold (c11) Folm (phi) Jolt Gas (c11)
Changelog
v 1.0 - initial version
v 1.1 - new feature: email notification when changing minign coin - improved hashrate for some algorithms - improved stability
v 1.2 - added custom mining profile for advanced users, select miner and enter cmd in format -o stratum+tcp://POOL:PORT -u YOUR_WALLET -p x - improved stability
v 1.3 - added support for x16r algo
v 1.4 - notification for pool which don't support profit check api - improved stability
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Crypto Mining with Crypto GUI Miner app

This is the official thread for support and development of CryptoGuiMiner! Please any suggest, criticize and praise.
I see that there are a lot of questions and different answers on forums on the subject of mining cryptocurrencies. So now… which cryptocurrency should you be mining and how? For beginners and people with no knowledge of cryptocurrencies, the biggest issue are the very basics like adjusting the settings which can be complicated and hard to figure out. If you want to start mining, it must be way more complicated than just a few clicks! Or is it? So you don’t have to bother, lose time or God forbid adjust something wrongly, there is an interesting piece of software that helps you and does everything automatically for you. I’m writing this because I myself am using this software and can confirm that it is definitely the best solution for everyone who is new in the world of cryptocurrency mining.
The program is called Crypto Gui Miner and it you can download it from https://cryptoguiminer.com/
The main thing which makes this program so special and what sets it apart from the others is the simplicity and automatic set-up function. There is even a calculator on their website that will calculate which cryptocurrency is the most profitable to mine, depending on the graphics cards that you use.
When you run the program, it will automatically recognize the graphics cards that you are using and adjust the settings so that it mines the cryptocurrency that is the most profitable. You also have a nice and clear display of temperature and other useful data such as hashrates, estimated monthly earnings in US dollars or Bitcoin, monitoring for tracking results via mobile phone, etc. All you have to do is insert your wallet address so you can dafely save the currency you are mining directly into your wallet (and it is saved automatically). The best place for creating your wallet is the official website of the cryptocurrency that you wish to start mining. Of course, you always have control over what and when you will be mining.
You can also enter more than one wallet into the program, so the program will mine the currency that is the most profitable at that time. However, if you only wish to mine one cryptocurrency, then just click on the button “Force” and the chosen cryptocurrency will be mined regardless of the others.
In short, don’t focus on mining Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum or other currencies that are difficult to mine and you need hardware of 100+ thousands of EUR. Focus on currencies that can quickly be mined and monetized, converted into cash or for buying other cryptocurrrencies or if you plan to invest them in the long run. Just download the program, choose one or more currencies for mining, insert your wallet and that is it. No complicated settings, losing time, uncertainties etc.
Currently availible GPU (version v1.4 ):
GTX 1080 TI GTX 1080 GTX 1070 TI GTX 1070 GTX 1060 GTX 1050 TI TITAN X GTX 980 TI GTX 980 GTX 970 GTX 960 GTX 780 GTX 750 TI Vega 64 Vega 56 RX 580 RX 570 RX 480 RX 470 R9 390 R9 380 R9 280X R9 200
Currently availible Coin/Algo ( version v1.4 ):
Ferrum Coin (skein) Ravencoin (x16r) Virtus (tribus) MkT Coin (x17) Argo (skein) Curve Coin (skein) Luxcoin (phi) Verge (x17) Desire (neoscrypt) Garlicoin (allium) BitcoinZ (equihash) Infinex (lyra2z) Taler (lyra2z) Absolute Coin (lyra2rev2) Orbitcoin (neoscrypt) Solaris (xevan) Bulwark (nist5) Verge (lyra2rev2) Mona Coin (lyra2rev2) Zencash (equihash) DigiByte (skein) Nihilo Coin (neoscrypt) GoByte (neoscrypt) Bitcore (timetravel10) TrezarCoin (neoscrypt) Ethereum Future (nist5) Stipend (c11) Bitcoin Gold (equihash) Zcash (equihash) Innova (neoscrypt) CrowdCoin (neoscrypt) Coin2Fly (neoscrypt) Zclassic (equihash) Phoenixcoin (neoscrypt) Ethereum (ethash) Halcyon (neoscrypt) Vivo (neoscrypt) Denarius (tribus) Elephant Coin (xevan) Feathercoin (neoscrypt) Tune Coin (neoscrypt) Electroneum (crypto-night) Graft (crypto-night) Verge (blake-2s) Lizus (skein) Monero (crypto-night) DinastyCoin (crypto-night) Bash Coin (skein) XHimera (xevan) Lbry (lbry) CropCoin (neoscrypt) Bithold (c11) Folm (phi) Jolt Gas (c11)
Changelog
v 1.0 - initial version
v 1.1 - new feature: email notification when changing minign coin - improved hashrate for some algorithms - improved stability
v 1.2 - added custom mining profile for advanced users, select miner and enter cmd in format -o stratum+tcp://POOL:PORT -u YOUR_WALLET -p x - improved stability
v 1.3 - added support for x16r algo
v 1.4 - notification for pool which don't support profit check api - improved stability
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EtherMining with CryptoGUIMiner

This is the official thread for support and development of CryptoGuiMiner! Please any suggest, criticize and praise.
I see that there are a lot of questions and different answers on forums on the subject of mining cryptocurrencies. So now… which cryptocurrency should you be mining and how? For beginners and people with no knowledge of cryptocurrencies, the biggest issue are the very basics like adjusting the settings which can be complicated and hard to figure out. If you want to start mining, it must be way more complicated than just a few clicks! Or is it? So you don’t have to bother, lose time or God forbid adjust something wrongly, there is an interesting piece of software that helps you and does everything automatically for you. I’m writing this because I myself am using this software and can confirm that it is definitely the best solution for everyone who is new in the world of cryptocurrency mining.
The program is called Crypto Gui Miner and it you can download it from https://cryptoguiminer.com/
The main thing which makes this program so special and what sets it apart from the others is the simplicity and automatic set-up function. There is even a calculator on their website that will calculate which cryptocurrency is the most profitable to mine, depending on the graphics cards that you use.
When you run the program, it will automatically recognize the graphics cards that you are using and adjust the settings so that it mines the cryptocurrency that is the most profitable. You also have a nice and clear display of temperature and other useful data such as hashrates, estimated monthly earnings in US dollars or Bitcoin, monitoring for tracking results via mobile phone, etc. All you have to do is insert your wallet address so you can dafely save the currency you are mining directly into your wallet (and it is saved automatically). The best place for creating your wallet is the official website of the cryptocurrency that you wish to start mining. Of course, you always have control over what and when you will be mining.
You can also enter more than one wallet into the program, so the program will mine the currency that is the most profitable at that time. However, if you only wish to mine one cryptocurrency, then just click on the button “Force” and the chosen cryptocurrency will be mined regardless of the others.
In short, don’t focus on mining Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum or other currencies that are difficult to mine and you need hardware of 100+ thousands of EUR. Focus on currencies that can quickly be mined and monetized, converted into cash or for buying other cryptocurrrencies or if you plan to invest them in the long run. Just download the program, choose one or more currencies for mining, insert your wallet and that is it. No complicated settings, losing time, uncertainties etc.
Currently availible GPU (version v1.4 ):
GTX 1080 TI GTX 1080 GTX 1070 TI GTX 1070 GTX 1060 GTX 1050 TI TITAN X GTX 980 TI GTX 980 GTX 970 GTX 960 GTX 780 GTX 750 TI Vega 64 Vega 56 RX 580 RX 570 RX 480 RX 470 R9 390 R9 380 R9 280X R9 200
Currently availible Coin/Algo ( version v1.4 ):
Ferrum Coin (skein) Ravencoin (x16r) Virtus (tribus) MkT Coin (x17) Argo (skein) Curve Coin (skein) Luxcoin (phi) Verge (x17) Desire (neoscrypt) Garlicoin (allium) BitcoinZ (equihash) Infinex (lyra2z) Taler (lyra2z) Absolute Coin (lyra2rev2) Orbitcoin (neoscrypt) Solaris (xevan) Bulwark (nist5) Verge (lyra2rev2) Mona Coin (lyra2rev2) Zencash (equihash) DigiByte (skein) Nihilo Coin (neoscrypt) GoByte (neoscrypt) Bitcore (timetravel10) TrezarCoin (neoscrypt) Ethereum Future (nist5) Stipend (c11) Bitcoin Gold (equihash) Zcash (equihash) Innova (neoscrypt) CrowdCoin (neoscrypt) Coin2Fly (neoscrypt) Zclassic (equihash) Phoenixcoin (neoscrypt) Ethereum (ethash) Halcyon (neoscrypt) Vivo (neoscrypt) Denarius (tribus) Elephant Coin (xevan) Feathercoin (neoscrypt) Tune Coin (neoscrypt) Electroneum (crypto-night) Graft (crypto-night) Verge (blake-2s) Lizus (skein) Monero (crypto-night) DinastyCoin (crypto-night) Bash Coin (skein) XHimera (xevan) Lbry (lbry) CropCoin (neoscrypt) Bithold (c11) Folm (phi) Jolt Gas (c11)
Changelog
v 1.0 - initial version
v 1.1 - new feature: email notification when changing minign coin - improved hashrate for some algorithms - improved stability
v 1.2 - added custom mining profile for advanced users, select miner and enter cmd in format -o stratum+tcp://POOL:PORT -u YOUR_WALLET -p x - improved stability
v 1.3 - added support for x16r algo
v 1.4 - notification for pool which don't support profit check api - improved stability
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Am I doing it right? Diversification experiment: Week 1.

Hello world!
I recently got into the cryptocurrency world after much hesitation and contemplation over the past few months. I spent some time doing research, and decided to come up with an experiment to see if I could actually make anything happen this "late" in the game that is the cryptocurrency world. I'm giving myself 6 months to get my return on the initial investment, as the market can be quite volatile.
I set a limit of 500 dollars for an initial investment in multiple platforms.
First, 25 dollars in actual bitcoin as a buy-and-hold. This was increased to 75 dollars as I was sent 50 dollars in BTC by a friend to pay back a debt, slightly throwing off my calculations, but so far I've "made" 30.30$ at current market prices. Not too terrible for a buy and hold in 7 days time. These numbers are according to my CoinBase Account.
Second, I purchased 2 graphics cards, both Nvidia GTX 970 Founders Edition models. I use these to primarily mine zCash, as it seems to be the most profitable and easiest to exchange, while still letting me use my computer for word processing and youtube browsing. I'm currently working on using spare old parts to construct a dedicated mining rig while ONLY using these 2 cards. This was 350 dollars of my budget. So far, I've mined .0438 ZEC, which is about $14.35. Hashrate is about 520 h/s with STOCK CLOCKS (having trouble with AfterBurner and OC profiles, will update when this problem is solved). My power costs are negligible, as I use a solar panel system.
Last, which is why I'm posting here, I invested 110 dollars into the BitConnect platform, and initiated a loan for that amount. As of this posting, in 6 days I've made back $5.38, just a little under a dollar per day. This is WITHOUT any affiliate bonus (more on that later). I'm interested in the consistency that this platform provides, and I'm more than willing to keep investing my profits if the platform continues to perform as it has in this last week (about 1% returns per day).
All this being said, I'm making about 4$ per day in mining and BitConnect profits, and an AVERAGE of 4.20 a day on the buy and hold, which is skewed due to the recent spike in BTC value. I'm calculating at about 5 dollars per day earnings on average, with a return on investment of approximately 100 days, making the venture profitable well within the self-imposed 6 month time frame.
By no means do I think I'm going to get rich off of this experiment, but all of this is extremely interesting, and I'm excited to see where it goes. If anyone WANTS to help out on the Bitconnect Platform, my affiliate link is https://bitconnect.co/?ref=Yamukamikaze. This is by no means an advertisement, but more of a "hey, thanks for the info!" sort of thing. Do with it what you will.
If anyone has any thoughts on ways I can better my experiment, or opinions/observations on what I'm doing, I'm very open to suggestions and constructive criticism, as this a fantastic learning experience for me, and I hope it can be for you guys too!
TL;DR, I invested some money, and I hope I'm not dumb.
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Fast Ethereum Mining On Windows 10 With Nvidia GTX 970 GPU Bitcoin mining GTX 970 6.49 Dollar/Day NiceHash 2018 TITAN V Bitcoin Gold mining Hashrate RX VEGA 56  GTX 1080 Ti  1080  1070  1060 and 10 more Mining Ethereum with 6x Nvidia GPUs GTX 970, 1070 GTX 970 Pushed to the Limit - Mining Ethereum at 23.07 Mh/s

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Fast Ethereum Mining On Windows 10 With Nvidia GTX 970 GPU

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