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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 06:20:57 (permalink)
Up for a few days now. Waiting for more 1080 Ti stock at newegg. I'll be adding another Aorus 1080 Ti.
 




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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 08:59:30 (permalink)
Which risers are you using?
 

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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 09:03:10 (permalink)
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Which risers are you using?
 




EZDIY x16 to x16


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 09:13:56 (permalink)
Unavailable, must be why I couldn't find them.
I had only seen the shorter version from that same company...thanks!

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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 09:28:08 (permalink)
If anyone is curious. 3 x 1080 Ti at full load and 85% fan speed. Just about 800W.
 



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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 10:25:35 (permalink)
That test bench, did you make that or buy it?


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 10:33:52 (permalink)
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That test bench, did you make that or buy it?



I bought two off (here) eBay on sale for $45 each. I ended up meeting up with the guy here in CO since he was only an hour and a half away. We had an interesting talk about altcoins. It's a pretty good product for the price!


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 10:45:29 (permalink)
oh, its just painted wood... hmm, i may still try and make one myself out of aluminum angle.


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 10:49:10 (permalink)
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oh, its just painted wood... hmm, i may still try and make one myself out of aluminum angle.




Wood works for me!


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 12:14:52 (permalink)
Ok some more dumb questions haha.  On the FLDC page it says next distribution x days.  Does that mean I won't get any FLDC until that time?  I have already gotten some curecoin, so just wondering :)  The calculator on the fldc page says my points should get me 1000 fldc per day.  Just wondering why none have shown up in my counter wallet yet.  I THINK I have everything set correctly.  I hope haha.
 
Thank you for taking the time to assist.




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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 12:16:53 (permalink)
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Ok some more dumb questions haha.  On the FLDC page it says next distribution x days.  Does that mean I won't get any FLDC until that time?  I have already gotten some curecoin, so just wondering :)  The calculator on the fldc page says my points should get me 1000 fldc per day.  Just wondering why none have shown up in my counter wallet yet.  I THINK I have everything set correctly.  I hope haha.
 
Thank you for taking the time to assist.




Yes, FLDC is distributed monthly on the first Saturday of the month. You should get your first distribution on May 6th. 


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 12:24:17 (permalink)
Thank you very kindly for that information.  Now as long as I can get my wallets under wraps, I might make some money.  Not a lot, but maybe enough to buy some candy haha.




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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 12:28:00 (permalink)
Ranmacanada
Thank you very kindly for that information.  Now as long as I can get my wallets under wraps, I might make some money.  Not a lot, but maybe enough to buy some candy haha.




Good luck!


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/11 18:03:40 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby toddryoungblood 2017/04/12 06:24:10
OK, after nearly a week i have come to a conclusion and that is the performance loss going from pcie 3.0 x8 down to pcie 2.0 x8 is negligible at about 8%. this conclusion comes after completing over 550 work units over a two week period. results can be viewed here.
 
now i just wish i could have this amount of data to compare pcie 3.0 x16 to pcie 2.0 x16 or even pcie 3.0 x16 down to x8 would be nice.
post edited by Chris21010 - 2017/04/11 18:08:39


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/12 06:24:59 (permalink)
If anyone is interested in seeing the data, you can view it here.
 



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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/12 07:24:15 (permalink)
Looks like that link is locked down sir! 
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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/12 08:50:14 (permalink)
wow that's nice, if you want i can include the project ID and send you that info too? that way we may be able to see some relation to work units.
 
EDIT: ya know, i was talking to a coding friend of mine about how i spent hours collecting all that info from the log files and he come back to me in 18 minutes with this script...
 
cat input1.txt input2.txt | grep -P "\(100%\)|Received Unit|Final credit" | sed -e "s/\(^[0-9]*:[0-9]*:[0-9]*\):\(WU[0-9]*\):\(FS[0-9]*\).*steps (100%)/\1\t\2\t\3\tsteps (100%)/g" | sed -e "s/\(^[0-9]*:[0-9]*:[0-9]*\):\(WU[0-9]*\):\(FS[0-9]*\).*Final credit estimate, \([0-9]*\)\.[0-9]* points/\1\t\2\t\3\t\4/g" | sed -e "s/\(^[0-9]*:[0-9]*:[0-9]*\):\(WU[0-9]*\):\(FS[0-9]*\).*\(project:[0-9]*\).*/\1\t\2\t\3\t\4/g" > output.txt

 
this is a linux script that can be run to parce out all the useful info from the log files, project ID/time stamps/estimated points. load that into excel or google sheets and with some calculations get all the PPD like i posted.
post edited by Chris21010 - 2017/04/12 10:16:47


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/12 11:35:29 (permalink)
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Looks like that link is locked down sir! 


Bummer. I can't figure out how to make it public.


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/13 05:57:32 (permalink)
Just picked up my 6th 1080 Ti from Newegg. They have the Aorus and Aorus Extreme back in stock.


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/04/14 14:22:06 (permalink)
4th 1080 Ti installed. The Watkins build is now complete. 
 

 
I'm surprised they're all staying relatively cool @ 74F ambient.
 



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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/12 10:23:17 (permalink)
Man your builds here are insane.  Makes me wish I had the cash to go haha.  Waiting for my 1080 to come back from RMA and folding on my 970 has me frowning so bad!  Congrats you beast.




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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/12 10:42:35 (permalink)
Thank you! I'm actually back up to the point where I can cash out for another build. This next one (1-2 weeks) will be smaller but will still have 2 1080 Ti.


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/12 11:00:09 (permalink)
I wish I had your power prices :P haha.  So expensive here.  Peak is $0.18 kwh (6 hours every week day), mid peak is $0.132 (6 hours every weekday) and $0.087 off peak (12 hours every day and every weekend and holidays).
 
Still with the current rise in prices in the coins makes me wonder if I should buy a 1070 or another 1080.  It would get me just over 1 mppd when my 1080FTW comes back from RMA. 




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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/12 14:32:42 (permalink)
power costs for me are $0.20 on peak (6h per weekday) and $0.08 off peak (18h per weekday) plus the $30 monthly connection fee. with only the cost of power compared to income i am currently seeing nearly 15x returns, at current prices. so a 1080ti hybrid at a cost of $810 will pay for itself and the power used to run it in only 70 days. every day after that is profit ;)
post edited by Chris21010 - 2017/05/12 14:35:50


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/15 15:10:55 (permalink)
with the latest FLDC boom and me playing the markets right to double my FLDC income i have now purchased 2.38BTC on new 1080ti's and water blocks. if you know me you now should know what i am planning ;)


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/15 17:49:06 (permalink)
What's the actual power draw of a 1080ti vs 2 1080's.  As a 1080ti gets the same, roughly ppd as 2 1080's.  So I am wondering if it's worth the expense.  Yes i know probably extremely stupid question.  Just look at best bang for my buck, and 1080ti's are expensive in Canuckistan.




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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/15 18:48:19 (permalink)
no, a 1080 gets about 760,000 ppd while a 1080ti gets about 1,150,000. a 1080ti is nearly double that of a 1070 which is about 650,000.
 
as for power draw the only thing i can say for certain is that a 650W PSU is not enough for two 1080ti's but is enough for a 1080ti and a 1070 FTW. though if you just look at the GPU's rated TDP (Top Deck Power) then a 1070 is 150W, a 1080 is 180W, and the 1080ti is 250W. so when comparing performance to power draw the 1080ti is best followed closely by the 1070.


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/16 13:25:19 (permalink)
Added 5 more 1080 Ti this week for a total of 10 1080 Ti, 4 1070, and 1 1080 Hybrid. Thanks FLDC! 


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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/16 16:03:18 (permalink)
Blast me missing the high rates!

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Re: [CURE][FLDC] Cashout for a new build! 2017/05/17 22:32:48 (permalink)
soon.




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