Here's the first part in the series on how to build the best RGB-laden (or not, it's a free country) mining rig possible. We got part selection up first today.
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Hi Man, I found your video awesome! however once I have all the hardware what would be the next step, which software should I need to install to start mining, can be NiceHash? or what is the best way to proceed, thank you!!
So, Does the Video Have to be a modern Video? I have my Old Gigabyte GA-MA770-UD3 board with an Athlon 2 CPU. PCIe2.0 x16 and 3 x1 slots. As well I have a GeForce 9400GT. Gaming is my main usage and I'm in the process of Updating my Rig. I do Have a Radeon HD 6950 2GB card currently.
I'm building a rig, but it seems I'm basically waiting for the next big breakthrough to occur before I drop a load on some GPU's. If you had to guess, what is a "must have" in the next round of gpu based mining?
So... lemme axe you a quortion……. what if you had an extra refrigerator in your basement. one that works very well... considering the fact that these rigs need to be kept cool and dry and considering that many home brewers use them to keep their tapped beer cold with a tap added to the door... couldn't I use one to keep my rig cool? I wouldn't want to use the freezer section due to the unit going into defrost can create moisture in the space... but the refrigeration portion never does... it keeps the space dry and cold... what do you think? I was thinking I could mount the monitor and keyboard on a rest on the side of the box.. give me your input please.. and... great videos..
I was thinking about building a mini rig but when finding out ASIC chips mine better than video cards then using video cards is a waste of time and energy.
THen the people who fork mining to nerf ASIC chip miners are stupid.
Could u tell me about internet data usage? when I research,only answer I got is "not much".Im very thankful if u can make me clear out of this.approximately mb/gb usage when running gtx 1060 1gpu ,24 hours?
I agree with your point about the SSD. You will save so much time when the system has to reboot and it's not like you need a huge SSD. SSDs are getting cheaper and so if you just pick up relatively small SSD you'll be fine.
Can you connect all the rigs together to the same monitor? Kinda like hooking up all your computers to one setup. So my main pc for work game school, and then my mining pc, all hooked up to the same monitor setup?
I just ran a test on nicehash with 7 gtx 1080, we earned 10 dollar in one day, that was excluding the cost. What did i do wrong? The electricity is about 9 dollar so that would give 1 dollar profit on 7 cards. Can't be right. Hope somebody can help me out. I also have access to 4 amd 7900 gpu's and about 8 gtx 780, what would be the best setup, what coin would be the best to mine, any advice is very welcome! (if you are wondering how i have access to all that hardware, my brother in law programs them for work :P)
Markets have been down, so profits wont be as high as they were in January. Checkout whatomine[dot]com to confirm the most profitable coin for your set up. ZenCash looks promising for 1080s. Using older card like AMD 7900s and GTX 780s are not profitable because they require a lot more power to run. Aim for more efficient cards in terms of their hashrate and power consumption. Rx 470s or 570s and GTX 1060s and 1070s are good. See buriedone[dot]com/hashrates[dot]html
I need some serious help! my motherboard wont recognise my new Asus - GeForce GTX 1070 8GB STRIX gpu.
i-5 4440 cpu
8GB DDR3 Crucial memory
Old gpu is a GTX 660 which runs fine out of both of my PCI-e slots
first boot had the lights on the card slow glow and fade red, fans initially spun but stopped instantly
Not being recognised as being in either PCI-e slot in device manager
Not able to install drivers as the install program wont install as there is no hardware to install it for
Bought a corsair 750W psu to top up the 500w onboard psu that is powering the motherbaord.....fans start spinning now, and flash of violet light before settling back into the red glow and fade, still not recognised by the motherboard.
I've updated my BIOS... not recognised
Unistalled all previous drivers and then booted off the internal GPU and tried to install the drivers....not recognised
Disabled the internal GPU to force find the 1070.......nothing but black screen (yes the hdmi cable was in the GPU and not still in the iGPU) and I was forced to put the old GPU back in to be able to access the BIOS again to turn the iGPU back on again.
I tried it in a friends computer. not recognised
Thought it faulty, so returned it to store, who said they can only exchange or refund after testing........... Engineers comments : Fitted to motherboard and ran Furmark with no problems.
Tried changing the 500w PSU for the 750w psu......red slow glow and fade (not violet flash) and fans spin but stop spinning instantly.....add the 500w psu on to power the 1070 and not use the (now 750w) onboard supply and the fans spin again and the violet flash comes back before settling back in to the red slow glow and fade.
haha, my new rigs come with SSD and I will be upgrading my old ones with ssds too, if they will be causing problems. Worst thing I made was buying 4 cheap 320gb drives that are way slower than 10 years old 7200 rpm drives.
Yep, and you build this rig, and now you and everyone else who has built one like it has drove up Graphics card prices. Good job guys, you've doesn't a great job ruining it for PC gamers who would really like a 1060 for less than $400 to $800 for for gaming.
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