[ANN]Goodplanet's Nvidia GPU Farm
@goodplanets tis looking good. Will you be looking at adding more cards in the future by witholding a percentage of the dividends, or is the current setup the limit for the rig?
add more cards? yes
how to pay for said cards? i dunno yet.
Possibly through dividends paid to issuer and/or future funding.
One thing I think will fall by the wayside is: BOOST BURST
the process of arbitrarily designating BURST to assets away from the GPSGPUFARM asset is going to go away. The benefactors of BOOST BURST will be brought into the fold by swapping failed asset shares for GPSGPU asset shares.
I'm not sure exactly the proper way to distribute the swap but I will explain everything openly and simply no matter how we decide to do it. I'm sure we can come to some form of consensus on the matter.
So once the swap occurs Boost BURST will likely be retired.
one thing about adding cards is available PCIE slots. I have none.
so we have a 970 and a 1070 and 2 1080s
i'm thinking of dumping the 970 and upgrading the card for this PCIE slot.
The 970 is using about 70% of the energy a 1080 is using however producing like 1/8th the 1080ti.
The 970 is barely generating revenue and is actually hurting our efficiency rating.
so that's one thing we can do to improve our operation for sure.
I have half a mind to remove it from the rig all together actually.
it would improve our costs vs revenue ratio.
@goodplanets I heard about these 1060 TI's that are supposed to have sweet mem packs that make them operate like a 1080...
for the money, I think they're the move. (when they come out)
I'll keep my ear to the rail though, if anyone has any 1080s, 1070s they'd like to offer for sell or trade feel free to let us know!
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vote yes to replace the 970 with a 1070 or better card. what componet's are in the two rig's CPU , ram ?? it might be possible to Ebay the 970 and use the funds gained to upgrade one of the Mobo's to one with more PCI slots and still keep your current CPU ram, however you will need to calculate power draw as more than two GPU's and you might need a second powersupply and depending on space inside the case will need to rack mount everything with PCI risers ( use powered risers ) mobo's have difficulty putting full 75 wat to every PCI slot at the same time when you start connecting lots of GPU's. if on a budget its also possible to mine on lower hash power sipper GPU's the some of the 1050's are simmilar to my RX 460 as in its low hash rate but it does not use dedicated power they are sub 75 wat cards that get all power throu the PCI connection directly from the MoBo. yes they produce small hash but given the super energy efficency combined with low up front cost can make them a better option than say a 1050ti or a 1060 just from the savings in electricity.
still stabilizing one 1080 TI card that runs a bit warm.
seems to crash when left alone too long.
I've reduced the - intensity by 5% and I'm going to monitor it today.
I guess testing these cards is more ongoing then I thought it would be.
No worries! my seasonal job is all but gone kaput and I'm afk less now.
found the problem...
Farms averaging 60MH/S which produces about 60 raven a day which equals about $2.53.
We're paying an estimated $1.14 a day for mining related electrical consumption.
Revenue after Costs is estimated at $1.39 a day before GP's BURST mining subsidy.
GP's BURST mine should average $0.78 a day in subsidy.
bringing our estimated daily revenue up to $2.17.
Not bad for 105 TB and 3 Graphics cards.
remember also, estimates are before fees.
please take into consideration:
GP's 5% service and administration fee
withdraw fees from cc exchanges total as high as $5.00 (i try to avoid making small withdraws from exchanges, ofc)
time for an updizzle.
So, everythings really stable, proud of the work GP & friends have contributed to the stability of the mining infostructure that we have here in GP'sGPUFarm.
Still mining RVN because it's still the most profitable coin to mine according my research regarding most of the known mining calculators and thier reports most of the time.
Some coins are the rare unicorn that do mine more profitably than RVN for a short time but consistently RVN comes back to the throne.
Due to time off reconfiguring, testing and also extremely high fluctuations in RVN coin prices this month the dividend might not be a good representation of what is to be expected going forward.
What you can expect is profitable mining for as much up time as possible, communications and reports often.
I'll be publishing the reports and paying the dividend together upon receipt of the electric bill in the mail.
(just had a thought, I'm going to see if I have an online account with the power company and find out what data I have there.)
something wasn't right so I changed RVN mining pools.
As always, mining burst @ https://voiplanparty.com/ search BURST-F7BY-99KE-7C9J-FNMFL .
so farl happy with both pools.
GPU FARM DIVIDEND - PROFIT - 0.00037BTC
This divi represents 20 days of HDD & GPU mining, BURST and RVN for this period.
RAVEN - 575.5 @ 0.0000044BTC
BURST - 2963 (got lucky and forged a block right before we switched to the voiplanparty pool)* @ 0.00000122BTC
REVENUE - 0.00602BTC
COST - 0.00565BTC
PROFIT - 0.00037BTC that's about a $1.75...
If it weren't for the BURST mining we'd have been unprofitable this month.
Super sad times...
Wow, I am practically speechless.
GPSGPU (9331232355484399548) Total found assets: 100000, Assets to be distributed: 4521.2
Summary of proposed distribution of 333.33333333BURST to 34
Based on asset holders at timestamp 134970056 (Mon, 05 Mar 2018 15:40:56 GMT)
Number of assets, Account, Payout amount
1870, BURST-Q3HW-YG7A-9SFM-BPFWX, 137.86900233
446, BURST-ZADQ-FYNY-PE2V-5DPEQ, 32.88212569
320, BURST-HRE6-EJVS-75KV-GFD3K, 23.59255655
240, BURST-7P3S-ZDCP-HD29-BW3HM, 17.69441741
220, BURST-K6EW-XD34-56JS-8CW9S, 16.21988263
215, BURST-NNK7-5EKB-49CK-HN9SG, 15.85124893
200, BURST-9XFH-CFS7-CZKQ-29D3E, 14.74534784
200, BURST-NGRK-M5WM-A7C2-BFJ9T, 14.74534784
200, BURST-86S9-4878-YF3C-9YAWD, 14.74534784
107, BURST-R992-RURV-MCW5-8R676, 7.8887611
82, BURST-82X7-3EKR-465L-B9D6V, 6.04559262
78, BURST-YL97-TVHB-S6BA-6Y5EG, 5.75068566
70, BURST-HBLR-HSPH-VTJH-AUY5Q, 5.16087174
60, BURST-DJPL-Y24V-Z2MT-EPZQW, 4.42360435
50, BURST-YPKG-USHC-UZF7-AFJ5D, 3.68633696
40.7, BURST-C36H-3GZG-TXL3-4MCSX, 3.00067829
20, BURST-8BZA-X4LU-HSN6-DWGGA, 1.47453478
20, BURST-YC43-ZCS2-2236-BF2VX, 1.47453478
12, BURST-HS47-6EWV-XVDW-D4BWQ, 0.88472087
10, BURST-ZYQR-2B5F-SBS5-7MKBV, 0.73726739
10, BURST-TNN3-ZP8C-5D32-ALB2X, 0.73726739
9, BURST-WCFN-FDXE-752G-33R9R, 0.66354065
8, BURST-9584-ME2M-TBXS-775WH, 0.58981391
6, BURST-9NPV-Q5ZX-V73C-9RYSM, 0.44236044
6, BURST-2RZ4-89FK-5TQX-ET3BK, 0.44236044
4, BURST-DWE9-G8BJ-8PV6-3YHSE, 0.29490696
4, BURST-5474-ESTR-7F5C-4BMHP, 0.29490696
4, BURST-37RB-NT8M-TEQC-2P8SK, 0.29490696
2, BURST-C6NV-D6RT-YT7J-4NME4, 0.14745348
2, BURST-CQPJ-BHDW-KXDP-98NX3, 0.14745348
2, BURST-J6NB-GNA3-PZ4Q-8DPNY, 0.14745348
2, BURST-ND64-NMPZ-27LZ-CWWAY, 0.14745348
1, BURST-SBAX-QGLE-VR3Y-4QKR8, 0.07372674
0.5, BURST-FCCJ-HQM9-BZBD-F87U5, 0.03686337
published today, interesting data.
How Crypto Market Fall Influences Mining Hardware Sales and Producers’ Revenues
theres a new coin on the block called SUQA
It's supposed to be a touch more profitable than RVN.
I have tomorrow off. Research will ensue.
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@goodplanets When there is a major downturn in the crypto prices like at present, we are lucky to have got a dividend of any amount. Thanks for all your hard work, and keep us informed on your suqa research and other interesting developments
Currently mining SUQA @ icemining.ca
showing about 14 MH/s average
OMG suqa is quite the dream with CryptoDredge!
we've upgraded software and achieved 29MH/S and holding.
Cards are quieter/cooler