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June 13, 2017, 05:44:05 PM
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Any mining investment is risky - the key is to set up a flexable setup that can change with coin profitability changes.

Right now, it appears the best DGB options are the NVidia 1070/1080 and possibly the 1080ti, running skein or groetsl (varies WHICH is better from day to day and sometimes hour to hour) - which leaves you with quite a few non-DGB coin options if profitability drops.

 If RX 470/480/570/580 card availability and the resulting gouge pricing had not happened though, ETH on AMD would probably be better returns on a $ earned/$ spent basis.

 

I see. Thing is, my main point is, only if necessary, sell the DGB to pay the bills.
I would actually want to stack it, which seems the logic idea tbh.
Anyway, seems like that if I go for a gtx 1070 and I simply drop DGB, I will be left with just some options to mine, sadly.
But this is the risk you should take, hehe. Thanks!
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Any mining investment is risky - the key is to set up a flexable setup that can change with coin profitability changes.

Right now, it appears the best DGB options are the NVidia 1070/1080 and possibly the 1080ti, running skein or groetsl (varies WHICH is better from day to day and sometimes hour to hour) - which leaves you with quite a few non-DGB coin options if profitability drops.

 If RX 470/480/570/580 card availability and the resulting gouge pricing had not happened though, ETH on AMD would probably be better returns on a $ earned/$ spent basis.

 

I would not recommend the 1080ti unless you have cheap electricity.   You only get about 50% more hashing power than the 1080 and it uses significantly more power.  I'd say cost to benefit ratio puts the 1070's at the top with the 1080's having more hashing power, but costing more than the margin you gain.   So in the long run the 1080 will be more productive, but more upfront cost and take longer to pay off whereas the 1070 is cheaper upfront, but will lose out in long term production.

Motherboard:
https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-PRIME-Z270-LGA1151-Motherboard/dp/B01NGTYV2Q/ref=sr_1_1?rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1497395659&sr=8-1&keywords=asus+prime+z270-a
Setup Video for motherboard to run 6 GPU's:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR-FkpU2KfI

8GB DDR4 memory:
https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-HyperX-2133MHz-Non-ECC-HX421C14FBK2/dp/B00TY6A1P0/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1497397046&sr=1-3&refinements=p_n_feature_five_browse-bin%3A677427011%2Cp_n_feature_four_browse-bin%3A10656894011

Processor:
https://www.amazon.com/Intel-i3-6100-Cache-Processor-BX80662I36100/dp/B015VPX2EO/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1497397196&sr=1-2&keywords=intel+1151+i3

Risers:
https://www.amazon.com/6-Pack-PCI-E-Powered-Adapter-Extension/dp/B01N3UVJHM/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1497395758&sr=8-4&keywords=mining+risers

Power supply:  Get 1 for your first 3 - GTX1070/1080's buy a 2nd for an additional 3 cards
https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Modular-Supply-Platinum-Certified/dp/B00A0HZMKG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1497395794&sr=8-1&keywords=corsair+platinum+power+supply

For 2 power supplys get something like this:
https://www.amazon.com/Add2PSU-Multiple-Connector-Genetek-Electric/dp/B0711WX9MC/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1497395957&sr=8-4&keywords=add2psu
There are cheaper options, but this makes your life simple

Cheap SSD:
https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-120GB-SDSSDA-120G-G26-Newest-Version/dp/B01F9G414U/ref=sr_1_2?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1497396037&sr=1-2&keywords=ssd+120gb

Buy GTX 1080's:
https://www.amazon.com/ZOTAC-ZT-P10800C-10P-IceStorm-Wraparound-Ultra-wide/dp/B01GCAVRSU/ref=sr_1_5?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1497396058&sr=1-5&keywords=gtx+1080
https://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GeForce-GV-N1080G1-GAMING-8GD-Graphics/dp/B01GJEE9BG/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1497396058&sr=1-2&keywords=gtx+1080

Basically search for GTX 1080 and buy what is in stock.  There are some the perform slightly better than others and if you want to find efficiency you'll have to play and see which ones perform best for you.  They will all generally do about 700-800MH/s Skein

Build a mining rig case like this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cscm8blV40c

Download Nemo's Miner pack here and get the Alexis76ccminer from it for best Skein:
https://bitcointalk.to/index.php?topic=1777336.0

Alternatively use SPmod's which is about the same or sometimes slightly better.  You be the judge:
https://github.com/sp-hash/ccminer/releases/tag/1.5.81

Put it together and it will look something like this:  (only have 5 GPU's in mine at the moment simply because I had some bad cards buying clearance open box ones from Microcenter:



Total price on Amazon right now not including the wood and screws you have to buy from your local hardware store:
$3,945.02

That's with 6xGTX1080 between $500-550 each.  Hashrate will be roughly 4.35GH/s with a power draw of about 1KW/hr.  

Currently that gives:
http://whattomine.com/coins/114-dgb-skein?utf8=%E2%9C%93&hr=4350.0&p=1000.0&fee=2&cost=0.13&hcost=4000.0&commit=Calculate

Break even in 68days provided price doesn't drop, less if it goes back up.  You can likely get some of these parts cheaper elsewhere and drop the cost some, but this is what I got.  Oh you'll need a copy of windows as well, but I assume you either have a license or can get one.

If you liked it throw a few DGB my way Smiley
DGB Wallet: DTEMsrrcCv1VPFbDXud6MWjGQF3bLdeUKo

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June 14, 2017, 01:27:44 PM
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Any mining investment is risky - the key is to set up a flexable setup that can change with coin profitability changes.

Right now, it appears the best DGB options are the NVidia 1070/1080 and possibly the 1080ti, running skein or groetsl (varies WHICH is better from day to day and sometimes hour to hour) - which leaves you with quite a few non-DGB coin options if profitability drops.

 If RX 470/480/570/580 card availability and the resulting gouge pricing had not happened though, ETH on AMD would probably be better returns on a $ earned/$ spent basis.

 

I would not recommend the 1080ti unless you have cheap electricity.   You only get about 50% more hashing power than the 1080 and it uses significantly more power.  I'd say cost to benefit ratio puts the 1070's at the top with the 1080's having more hashing power, but costing more than the margin you gain.   So in the long run the 1080 will be more productive, but more upfront cost and take longer to pay off whereas the 1070 is cheaper upfront, but will lose out in long term production.

Motherboard:
https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-PRIME-Z270-LGA1151-Motherboard/dp/B01NGTYV2Q/ref=sr_1_1?rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1497395659&sr=8-1&keywords=asus+prime+z270-a
Setup Video for motherboard to run 6 GPU's:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR-FkpU2KfI

8GB DDR4 memory:
https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-HyperX-2133MHz-Non-ECC-HX421C14FBK2/dp/B00TY6A1P0/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1497397046&sr=1-3&refinements=p_n_feature_five_browse-bin%3A677427011%2Cp_n_feature_four_browse-bin%3A10656894011

Processor:
https://www.amazon.com/Intel-i3-6100-Cache-Processor-BX80662I36100/dp/B015VPX2EO/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1497397196&sr=1-2&keywords=intel+1151+i3

Risers:
https://www.amazon.com/6-Pack-PCI-E-Powered-Adapter-Extension/dp/B01N3UVJHM/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1497395758&sr=8-4&keywords=mining+risers

Power supply:  Get 1 for your first 3 - GTX1070/1080's buy a 2nd for an additional 3 cards
https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Modular-Supply-Platinum-Certified/dp/B00A0HZMKG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1497395794&sr=8-1&keywords=corsair+platinum+power+supply

For 2 power supplys get something like this:
https://www.amazon.com/Add2PSU-Multiple-Connector-Genetek-Electric/dp/B0711WX9MC/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1497395957&sr=8-4&keywords=add2psu
There are cheaper options, but this makes your life simple

Cheap SSD:
https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-120GB-SDSSDA-120G-G26-Newest-Version/dp/B01F9G414U/ref=sr_1_2?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1497396037&sr=1-2&keywords=ssd+120gb

Buy GTX 1080's:
https://www.amazon.com/ZOTAC-ZT-P10800C-10P-IceStorm-Wraparound-Ultra-wide/dp/B01GCAVRSU/ref=sr_1_5?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1497396058&sr=1-5&keywords=gtx+1080
https://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GeForce-GV-N1080G1-GAMING-8GD-Graphics/dp/B01GJEE9BG/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1497396058&sr=1-2&keywords=gtx+1080

Basically search for GTX 1080 and buy what is in stock.  There are some the perform slightly better than others and if you want to find efficiency you'll have to play and see which ones perform best for you.  They will all generally do about 700-800MH/s Skein

Build a mining rig case like this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cscm8blV40c

Download Nemo's Miner pack here and get the Alexis76ccminer from it for best Skein:
https://bitcointalk.to/index.php?topic=1777336.0

Alternatively use SPmod's which is about the same or sometimes slightly better.  You be the judge:
https://github.com/sp-hash/ccminer/releases/tag/1.5.81

Put it together and it will look something like this:  (only have 5 GPU's in mine at the moment simply because I had some bad cards buying clearance open box ones from Microcenter:
https://i.imgur.com/bQkmNSn.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/LAMu6ZS.jpg

Total price on Amazon right now not including the wood and screws you have to buy from your local hardware store:
$3,945.02

That's with 6xGTX1080 between $500-550 each.  Hashrate will be roughly 4.35GH/s with a power draw of about 1KW/hr.  

Currently that gives:
http://whattomine.com/coins/114-dgb-skein?utf8=%E2%9C%93&hr=4350.0&p=1000.0&fee=2&cost=0.13&hcost=4000.0&commit=Calculate

Break even in 68days provided price doesn't drop, less if it goes back up.  You can likely get some of these parts cheaper elsewhere and drop the cost some, but this is what I got.  Oh you'll need a copy of windows as well, but I assume you either have a license or can get one.

If you liked it throw a few DGB my way Smiley
DGB Wallet: DTEMsrrcCv1VPFbDXud6MWjGQF3bLdeUKo



This was actually a very very good tutorial, seriously!
Eventually when I buy and setup everything, I will make sure to donate a piece of the first three months for you!
Thanks a lot!
(don't drop this address, I will for sure send you.)
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June 14, 2017, 03:56:57 PM
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Glad I could help.  Drop me a line if you run into any troubles and I'll see if I can assist.

Good luck and let's keep DGB rockin'!
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June 15, 2017, 04:11:45 AM
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Hello i am getting into digi mining as a hobby and i think it working for the most part
i am using cgminer and its connected to the sever by the looks of it and my user name and pass is correct and it seems to be working but it isn't showing up on the website
just wondering what i could be missing any help in this would be great!
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June 15, 2017, 11:36:01 AM
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Hello i am getting into digi mining as a hobby and i think it working for the most part
i am using cgminer and its connected to the sever by the looks of it and my user name and pass is correct and it seems to be working but it isn't showing up on the website
just wondering what i could be missing any help in this would be great!


It took a while for any info to show up on the website when I started mining DGB. You'll also need to play with the miner settings to get the highest hash rate with the lowest invalid rate. What is your hardware setup?
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June 15, 2017, 12:21:11 PM
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my current hardware set up is win10, 16gb, with i7(forget whatverson) and R9 390 AMD vid card
it hashs at around 2-3 Gh/s what it tells me(other miners run at 1.25gh to 780 Mhs). runs at between 66 to 71c temp wise which is fine. so ya not sure
also i put it on dynamic settings which put it at around 9 but i was running at 12 no problems
also i ran it for about 5 hours last night before my power went out(transformer went down)
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my current hardware set up is win10, 16gb, with i7(forget whatverson) and R9 390 AMD vid card
it hashs at around 2-3 Gh/s what it tells me(other miners run at 1.25gh to 780 Mhs). runs at between 66 to 71c temp wise which is fine. so ya not sure
also i put it on dynamic settings which put it at around 9 but i was running at 12 no problems
also i ran it for about 5 hours last night before my power went out(transformer went down)
What algo and miner are you using? I'm running 390X's using sgminer on Groestl algo getting around 50 MH/s per card.
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my current hardware set up is win10, 16gb, with i7(forget whatverson) and R9 390 AMD vid card
it hashs at around 2-3 Gh/s what it tells me(other miners run at 1.25gh to 780 Mhs). runs at between 66 to 71c temp wise which is fine. so ya not sure
also i put it on dynamic settings which put it at around 9 but i was running at 12 no problems
also i ran it for about 5 hours last night before my power went out(transformer went down)
What algo and miner are you using? I'm running 390X's using sgminer on Groestl algo getting around 50 MH/s per card.

running Scrypt on Cgminer so ya still new to all this so you will have to bear with me
but ya it was going solid at 3.026 Gh/s connected and getting blocks from the pool
maybe its all messed up and thats why its not showing anything and a high hash rate hahah
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June 15, 2017, 04:20:19 PM
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Scrypt is the realm of ASIC and has been for years - you need to reconfigure your miner software to use skein or groetsl (if either of those work on AMD hardware, you might need a different miner version).

 There is NO BLOODY WAY you were getting an actual 3+ Gh/s scrypt mining rate from any GPU, I'd estimate a R9 390X actual Scypt hashrate would be closer to 1 Mh/s (perhaps a little over).


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Scrypt is the realm of ASIC and has been for years - you need to reconfigure your miner software to use skein or groetsl (if either of those work on AMD hardware, you might need a different miner version).

 There is NO BLOODY WAY you were getting an actual 3+ Gh/s scrypt mining rate from any GPU, I'd estimate a R9 390X actual Scypt hashrate would be closer to 1 Mh/s (perhaps a little over).



haha ya i was like this doesnt seem correct and so i will go to skein or groetsl and see if that works and hopefully that does and see if it reads on the website. cause once that works then i know i am good
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June 15, 2017, 05:56:53 PM
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Hey guys, having an issue with withdrawals on this pool that I'm wondering if anyone else has run into.
I just finished setting up a wallet on Bitrrex.com for DGB. Copied the address. Logged into my theblocksfactory account, and set the auto payout transaction to 1000 DGB ( at the time i had 16** DGB ) in my account.
It processed immediately and in the transaction window there is a tx ID along with the wallet address.

If i search either of those things on digiexplorer I get back " No transaction found ".

Its been about 30 minutes now which seems pretty long by DGB standards.

Anyone else having issues?


Of course, naturally, the second i post this everything goes through.
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Scrypt is the realm of ASIC and has been for years - you need to reconfigure your miner software to use skein or groetsl (if either of those work on AMD hardware, you might need a different miner version).

 There is NO BLOODY WAY you were getting an actual 3+ Gh/s scrypt mining rate from any GPU, I'd estimate a R9 390X actual Scypt hashrate would be closer to 1 Mh/s (perhaps a little over).



haha ya i was like this doesnt seem correct and so i will go to skein or groetsl and see if that works and hopefully that does and see if it reads on the website. cause once that works then i know i am good


If you go groestl use sgminer, get the updated kernel. I dropped memory clocks on the cards as low as they would go, upped GPU clocks as high as they would go on stock voltage. I've not messed with skein.
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Scrypt is the realm of ASIC and has been for years - you need to reconfigure your miner software to use skein or groetsl (if either of those work on AMD hardware, you might need a different miner version).

 There is NO BLOODY WAY you were getting an actual 3+ Gh/s scrypt mining rate from any GPU, I'd estimate a R9 390X actual Scypt hashrate would be closer to 1 Mh/s (perhaps a little over).



haha ya i was like this doesnt seem correct and so i will go to skein or groetsl and see if that works and hopefully that does and see if it reads on the website. cause once that works then i know i am good


If you go groestl use sgminer, get the updated kernel. I dropped memory clocks on the cards as low as they would go, upped GPU clocks as high as they would go on stock voltage. I've not messed with skein.

ok thank you i seem to have got it working but not sure how to update the kernel (newbie here)
though i have read on other forms my set up it better suited with mining skein but i havent found a miner yet that works and the one on the web site doesnt exist any more
and what % of rejected do most people shoot for?
also side note on why it was showing up at 3+ gh was just due to the miner thats all haha
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Scrypt is the realm of ASIC and has been for years - you need to reconfigure your miner software to use skein or groetsl (if either of those work on AMD hardware, you might need a different miner version).

 There is NO BLOODY WAY you were getting an actual 3+ Gh/s scrypt mining rate from any GPU, I'd estimate a R9 390X actual Scypt hashrate would be closer to 1 Mh/s (perhaps a little over).



haha ya i was like this doesnt seem correct and so i will go to skein or groetsl and see if that works and hopefully that does and see if it reads on the website. cause once that works then i know i am good


If you go groestl use sgminer, get the updated kernel. I dropped memory clocks on the cards as low as they would go, upped GPU clocks as high as they would go on stock voltage. I've not messed with skein.

so i got it running at around 21 Mh/s so i believe thats not too bad temp at 56c and I at 19
so is this good or think it should be running better?
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June 16, 2017, 02:09:57 PM
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Hey there,

I lost my 4 digit PIN code to my blocks factroy account
How to recover this pin code?
Can't find a support page on the site...
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If you go groestl use sgminer, get the updated kernel. I dropped memory clocks on the cards as low as they would go, upped GPU clocks as high as they would go on stock voltage. I've not messed with skein.

so i got it running at around 21 Mh/s so i believe thats not too bad temp at 56c and I at 19
so is this good or think it should be running better?

 I suspect it's not too bad, given how old the GPU in the R9 39x cards are (same GPU as the R9 29x cards after all).

 For perspective, I think I was pulling 45-50 Mh/s ballpark on my "testing" GTX 1070 rig per card though.

 I strongly suspect that the R9 290(x)/390(x) are best off mining ETH or it's spinoffs at this time.


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If you go groestl use sgminer, get the updated kernel. I dropped memory clocks on the cards as low as they would go, upped GPU clocks as high as they would go on stock voltage. I've not messed with skein.

so i got it running at around 21 Mh/s so i believe thats not too bad temp at 56c and I at 19
so is this good or think it should be running better?

 I suspect it's not too bad, given how old the GPU in the R9 39x cards are (same GPU as the R9 29x cards after all).

 For perspective, I think I was pulling 45-50 Mh/s ballpark on my "testing" GTX 1070 rig per card though.

 I strongly suspect that the R9 290(x)/390(x) are best off mining ETH or it's spinoffs at this time.


ya i was looking at mining eth but it doesnt seem as stright forward as digi mining for setting up and mining
i tried a few times and failed haha
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If you go groestl use sgminer, get the updated kernel. I dropped memory clocks on the cards as low as they would go, upped GPU clocks as high as they would go on stock voltage. I've not messed with skein.

so i got it running at around 21 Mh/s so i believe thats not too bad temp at 56c and I at 19
so is this good or think it should be running better?

 I suspect it's not too bad, given how old the GPU in the R9 39x cards are (same GPU as the R9 29x cards after all).

 For perspective, I think I was pulling 45-50 Mh/s ballpark on my "testing" GTX 1070 rig per card though.

 I strongly suspect that the R9 290(x)/390(x) are best off mining ETH or it's spinoffs at this time.


so i changed my driver to the 15.12 verson was running the 17 and it doubled in speeded so thats a big help there
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June 17, 2017, 12:33:24 AM
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Dear Blocks Factory,

Please consider adding VRM (Verium) to your mining selection. Right now mining is highly centralized and the mining community needs options.

https://github.com/VeriumReserve/verium

Verium Specs
Proof of Work-Time
Difficulty dependent blocktime (Max ~6.2 minutes, minimum 15 seconds)
Rewards: Blocktime dependent rewards (~Reward halving every minute decrease in blocktime till 10x VRC supply parity, then variable ~3% disinflation)
Algo: scrypt² (N of 1024² or 128MB per thread)
Block 1: 564,705 VRM minted for ICO participants who purchased VRM using VRC
Minimum Transaction Fee: 0.2 VRM (High commodity transaction fee paid to miners)
RPC Port: 33987, P2Port: 36988
Confirmations: 30, Maturity: 100

Due to its unique Algo, many pool's are unable to figure out how to set it up. This is a CPU mined coin and is currently gaining a lot of attention, however current pool reliability is a bit sporadic. The coin is currently traded on Bittrex.

https://vericoinandveriuminvite.herokuapp.com/ is the slack if you have questions.

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