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You can mine on CPU/GPU/HDD, only worth it if you are powerful enough to make a profit...

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Ikon-TNG

I have a few stats to share.

I went over the past 3 of my electricity bills. We get charged different rates for power, depending on time of day and day of week; overnight hours and weekends being cheaper. I worked out an average for our use of 8.5 cents per kwH. I connected my computer (but not the monitors) to my little power meter and entered the price per kwH.

With that done, yesterday I left my system running NiceHash from 12:45pm until 10:10 this morning; roughly 22 hours. The meter said I used 23.5 cents worth of electricity. So,

 

Hours run: 22

Power Used: 23.5 cents (2.77 kwH)

Avg. electricity price/day: 25 cents

NiceHash estimate: 80 - 140 cents/day

 

Right now, it says I have an unpaid balance of $2.80.

 

Can anyone tell me how much more powerful a GTX 1060 would be, compared to a 750 Ti? I mean, a multiplier factor for the BitCoins generated.

 

 

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ImTheTypeOfGuy
I have a few stats to share.
I went over the past 3 of my electricity bills. We get charged different rates for power, depending on time of day and day of week; overnight hours and weekends being cheaper. I worked out an average for our use of 8.5 cents per kwH. I connected my computer (but not the monitors) to my little power meter and entered the price per kwH.
With that done, yesterday I left my system running NiceHash from 12:45pm until 10:10 this morning; roughly 22 hours. The meter said I used 23.5 cents worth of electricity. So,
 
Hours run: 22
Power Used: 23.5 cents (2.77 kwH)
Avg. electricity price/day: 25 cents
NiceHash estimate: 80 - 140 cents/day
 
Right now, it says I have an unpaid balance of $2.80.
 
Can anyone tell me how much more powerful a GTX 1060 would be, compared to a 750 Ti? I mean, a multiplier factor for the BitCoins generated.
 
 
I think someone is getting hooked.

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Dave
23 hours ago, Ikon-TNG said:

I have a few stats to share.

I went over the past 3 of my electricity bills. We get charged different rates for power, depending on time of day and day of week; overnight hours and weekends being cheaper. I worked out an average for our use of 8.5 cents per kwH. I connected my computer (but not the monitors) to my little power meter and entered the price per kwH.

With that done, yesterday I left my system running NiceHash from 12:45pm until 10:10 this morning; roughly 22 hours. The meter said I used 23.5 cents worth of electricity. So,

 

Hours run: 22

Power Used: 23.5 cents (2.77 kwH)

Avg. electricity price/day: 25 cents

NiceHash estimate: 80 - 140 cents/day

 

Right now, it says I have an unpaid balance of $2.80.

 

Can anyone tell me how much more powerful a GTX 1060 would be, compared to a 750 Ti? I mean, a multiplier factor for the BitCoins generated.

 

 

 

I sent this to you on another thread.  All you need is right here:  https://www.nicehash.com/profitability-calculator

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Ikon-TNG
13 hours ago, ImTheTypeOfGuy said:

I think someone is getting hooked.

 

No; at least not yet. I'm still researching, trying things, trying to find out if it's worth it. But, who knows, maybe one day ;)

23 minutes ago, Dave said:

 

I sent this to you on another thread.  All you need is right here:  https://www.nicehash.com/profitability-calculator

 

Thank you very much, and I apologise for not finding that page myself. Although, I can't help wondering just how accurate it can be, given that it can't take into account my entire computer's hardware. Still, maybe it's close enough. Anyway, thanks again for posting it.

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Dave

I always round down.  Make sure you know what RAM is in that 1060. 3Gb or 6Gb.

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Ikon-TNG
2 hours ago, Dave said:

I always round down.  Make sure you know what RAM is in that 1060. 3Gb or 6Gb.

 

Hadn't thought of that. Didn't actually know it made a difference, but now you mention it, it makes sense.

 

Anyway, I just looked at the original box. It's an EVGA GTX 750 TI with 2GB of RAM. :D

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That's not bad.  It's low by mining standards but you also didn't have to put down hard cash for a mining GPU.  Next is to decide if it is worth the effort to mine with it, wait it out for months to get a substantial amount being fee and tax aware.

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