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    I have been dithering about buying a new PC for some time, as mine is quite old now and not Windows 11 friendly, even though still quite a powerful computer, I have taken the plunge and have a new and more powerful one arriving tomorrow. It includes an RTX 3090 graphics card. I will probably take that out and swap it with another computer which has a 1080 Ti to use for mining. If it only gives me some extra cash to treat my grandson every christmas, I will be happy. I have read all the horror stories regarding mining taking it's toll on cards, so will be looking to under-volt it in the hope that it solves the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dog-man View Post
    I have been dithering about buying a new PC for some time, as mine is quite old now and not Windows 11 friendly, even though still quite a powerful computer, I have taken the plunge and have a new and more powerful one arriving tomorrow. It includes an RTX 3090 graphics card. I will probably take that out and swap it with another computer which has a 1080 Ti to use for mining. If it only gives me some extra cash to treat my grandson every christmas, I will be happy. I have read all the horror stories regarding mining taking it's toll on cards, so will be looking to under-volt it in the hope that it solves the issue.
    For ETH you underclock them, apart from the memory which benifits from an over clock. Some other coins need more power to mine efficiently.

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    nice to see a big drop off. the miners clean up. btc to $40k?

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    just checking eth transaction fees. $68 ffs. Does nice hash do free coinbase transfers? might be worth switching to nicehash even though the mining reward will be lower you should save that in fee's

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    use hiveos and 2miners.com they do batch payouts (low fees) and its low payout threshold,

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    i'll get payout at $500 sux to lose $58 in eth fee's. Puts me off buying any NFT's also

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