I got my memory set to +1000 on my FTW3 cards and they seem stable. I have to readjust them if I shut down the mining but on 2 cards I am pulling between 1530-1540 Sol/sec.

Hello all. I just got my Asus Strix GTX 1080 Ti and on Stock it get 730 sol/s and when i oc it: +91 and +300 its get 780 but after a 1min from 100 TDP its drop to ~70% TDP and get around ~500 Sol/s with Zcash. Can anyone help me? I have 2 cards in my PC, 1 is gtx 1060 6gb and this new GTX 1080 Ti is pluged with riser. I have Nvidia settings on performance put.

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got a micron memory Sad

now i tried PL 104% +60 core and +200 memory, got around 750-760 sol/s Why i’m getting that weird power consuption drop and i need to reset my PC for it to come back?

Maybe PSU problem? What is your PSU

I have Raidmax RX-1000AE-B 1000W just got it.
I just played with it and got this: 85% Power Limit, core +100 mem +300, temp is 59C, RPM 1800. Sol/s are 720-750.

Hey guys! I There is a question regarding PSU. I use beQuiet 1200W for 3 GTX 1080TI Extreme on Asus H81-M K, on Windows 10 and all is good. But, lately I tried to add the 4-th same card on ASHRock H81 BTC Pro. And I was not able to add it. I made changes in Bios, so cards setup was OK. The problem was with Aorus Engine - it just don’t recognize the 4-th card. I reinstalled it to v1.24 and Nvidia drivers. So, I ended up with presumption that my 1200W are not enough.
I would be grateful for your thiughts :wink:

Hi please connect to me. zaideesh@gmail.com I need your help.

Hi @jimmy97one61 and @Plangy. I have a new computer with 2 gtx 1080ti cards. I wish to get started with mining, I dont have much clue. I read the entire conversation. I want to get inspired and learn about your setup. Please pm me on skype: eiishan . I wont take much of your time, i need some info on requirements of internet and power.

It is hard to get a grip when starting out,I did a quick guide ,there are different ways to mine.This way is fast to get up and going.
Easiest route would be go to poloniex.com
a. Create your Account(use a secure email and password)
b.Click on balances tab and select deposits and Withdrawals
c.Scroll thru coins until you see ZEC and click on deposit to get your t address.This address will be used in the EWBF’s CUDA Zcash miner .bat file

So for now you opened an account to start mining,now the miner we are using here has a couple of different pool miners and to make it less confusing we are going to use nanopool.

a.Download EWBF’s CUDA Zcash miner
b.Unzip files to any folder you want to use
c.Open nanopool.bat file with notepad in the folder
d.Now the address you got at poloniex.com(eg(t1Spr8WeMXZceHy4KkKsDcrZ4cshyAWHZh9) you need to put it in nanopool.bat file and save the file.

So nanopool.bat file will look like this.
miner --server zec-eu1.nanopool.org --user t1Spr8WeMXZceHy4KkKsDcrZ4cshyAWHZh9.yournamehere --pass z --port 6666 --pec

e.Now your ready to start mining for zcash.
f.double click on the nanopool.bat file and the miner will start and you will be able to access you coins on poloniex.com and see them also on https://zec.nanopool.org/?_ga=2.177365415.302179841.1502902636-1183460756.1498494230 when you input your t address.

This was quick and dirty guide to get started as fast as possible.You will need to read a whole bunch if you want to try different coins,pools ETC.

Set MSI Afterburner to default.
Press control + F to get voltage curve.
Move only single point on voltage curve.
Lets say 1.02mV for now(you can lower later if you want for now voltage is for stability)
Move voltage point 1.02mV up to 2038 Mhz.
Hit red X or close voltage curve.Then click on check mark in MSI Afterburner to apply voltage curve.
This will result in a flat line voltage curve starting at 1.02 mV and 2038Mhz.
Setting the voltage curve this way will result in your MHZ to drop by increments of 13Mhz until temperature of the card is under control .Say under 70C.
Set a fan curve next to run at 70% fan speed at 60C GPU temperature .
Result should be a drop of two bins (so 26Mhz in total )So the GPU clock will settle at 2012 when card get to a normal running temperature (again say under 70C)

See screen shot for a general idea how to set.

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Has any one used the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 HYBRID GAMING Graphics Card for zcash? if so how did it work and is the hybrid with the noise reduction?

let’s see click the search button for the zcash forums, type in hybrid and hit enter and you find:

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Great thread here…
I just got my 6 1070’s running stable finally. Currently at 2750 sols/s for all, but does go over 2800 at times. Four Asus cards, and 2 EVGA.
,currently on zec and flypool.

Hi guys,
I’m a bit noob at mining (just started a few weeks ago witha friend of mine) and we bought 6 x GIGABYTE GEFORCE® GTX 1080 TI AORUS XTREME 11GB GD5X and we start using nicehash.
I’ve searched on the internet how to overclock them and i found and i’ve been using these settings:
• CORE CLOCK - +50
• FAN SPEED - Auto (they usually stay around 60 to 65ºC)
What do you guys think?
Any tips from more experienced people are appreciated.

How much hashrate are you getting at these settings?

I am at -85% with core at +110 and memory +220
Avg 730 sol/s
Avg 3.41 sol/W

I am very happy with the low power consumption, it can still be taken down alot more.

Thank you for sharing.
So Your settings are better.
With my setting I get around:
• Avg 660 sol/s per board
• AVG 1300 W on all setup

Are people using - 85% power (minus) his many sol and watt per card please?

Which cards do you find better performance and temp wise b/w asus and evga?

You might need to increase the core more and decrease the memory as zcash is not very much dependent on memory. There is very slight increase. But core overclocking with some nice undervolting usually gives the best result.

I wouldn’t suggest undervolting on a regular power outlet, undervolting can easly fry your cards (would never go over 1V)

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