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GPU mining rig glory days are over and most are hard pressed to turn a profit even with low electricity costs. However, it seems that lots of people are still interested in mining.

If you used to mine or if you're still mining in 2019, lets post some pictures here for inspiration. Here was one of mine (so clean and professional!):

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Graphic Cards (GPUs) are not ideal for cryptocurrency mining. But still its a worth try. If you're looking for something with high hash rate, low cost, and low power usage, you can start with as little as 1 GPU or as much as 8 GPUs within one rig.

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I think GPUs are still slow at mining. If you decide to mine Bitcoin with a GPU, for example, you may wait years before you can mine one Bitcoin.

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2 hours ago, Goodcoin said:

Mining with GPU is not at all profitable again

It depends on the electricity costs.

 

Here's a picture of my WIP smaller mining rig frame. Lower beam is being fitted in place.

 

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2 hours ago, Yawar said:

Can you also tell your rig specifications and total cost.

My GPU boards are obsolete consuming a lot of power and I don't want to use PSU syncronizers or kwatt+ PSUs and I try sell those Radeons away, so there will be just an R9 290 and a P104-100 on a 790GX mobo, Athlon II 240 core, up to 4 Gb of RAM and 700W Zalman TX PSU. These cards are mining Beam now, I could mine Ethereum too (on Linux to avoid older Radeon DAG bug).

The total cost is difficult to estimate as some parts were sourced from old PCs given for free.

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8 hours ago, Yawar said:

Am thinking ro build one

You can buy some RX570s, which are quite cheap, consume not much power and are profitable on mining Ethereum.

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Now a days gpu mining for btc is not much profitable . but gpu mining for another coin like monero is profitable to me. besides this any one can join cloud mining too.

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I had posted a photo before, I am still working on my mining rig frame!

 

FYI, in order to use bigger computer screws (not M3), you can drill a 3 mm hole and with a little effort the screw can cut the thread for itself.

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brother it's best to to help you my very own through asic miner equipments the nation's very simple to build and even best protection and even strongest make money. it would establish modest racket though grants tremendous make money!

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I have completed my build pictures of which I had posted before. Pictured it utilises only one board and is mining Ethereum at 28.4 mh in Ubuntu 16.04. I plan to add more graphic boards later.

 

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I am thinking to setup an mining setup at my home i dont know how to i setup this and connect all the devices please help me give me  suggestion for mining on pc .


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This issue is discussed a lot and eventually a team of programmers have decided to create an algo that would be easier to mine with a CPU/GPU than with an ASIC. This is how Ravencoin was born and launched January 3rd 2018.

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Gpu means graphical processing unit of the computer. It is a great tool to increase the mining velocity of the mining rig as it reduces the load on this cpu and the CPU doesn't get much heated up during the mining process .

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GPU mining rigs are really profitable, although it's a bit slow but I still appreciate the GPU, I don't currently mine but I still love it.

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Mining is not profitable today. I have a GPU Miner and an ASIC Miner. The most important is the price of electricity. Mining ROI is increased

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Only an R9 290 and a P104-100 will be on a 790GX Mobo, Athlon II 240 core, 4GB RAM and 700W Zalman Tx PSU.  These cards are now digging beams, I can even mine Ethereum (to avoid the old Radion DAG bug in Linux).

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I don't want to use a PSU synchronizer or a QW + PSU and I try to sell those radons, so there will only be an R9 290 and a P104-100 on the 790 GX Mobo, Athlon II 240 Core, up to 4 GB RAM and 700W Zalman Tx. PSU

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Mining factories are a great tool to speed up mining as it reduces the load on these CPUs...

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Certainly, the profits decreased and I agree with you about the first part of your words, but mining profits for some poor countries are still high, according to the difference in the national currency of each country with the dollar, so it is worth trying.


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I don't use GPU mining and better trading as this is more profitable and less expensive in terms of equipment and that is my personal opinion


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6 hours ago, bentayebsalah said:

I don't use GPU mining and better trading as this is more profitable and less expensive in terms of equipment and that is my personal opinion

Yes, your words are correct. Using GPU for mining is not an idea that will make you gain a lot
But I am using antminer it is better and more efficient because it is specially prepared for mining


 

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The mining rig is my dream. I always wanted a mining rig to make my mining work the best and most productive. But for me now, I don't appreciate GPUs anymore, I mean I spend a lot of time on mining but it's less efficient.

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On 11/24/2019 at 4:25 PM, Aceventura said:

I think GPUs are still slow at mining. If you decide to mine Bitcoin with a GPU, for example, you may wait years before you can mine one Bitcoin.

Bitcoin mining is no longuer supported by gpus. Simply.

On 11/21/2019 at 4:56 PM, Aceventura said:

Graphic Cards (GPUs) are not ideal for cryptocurrency mining. But still its a worth try. If you're looking for something with high hash rate, low cost, and low power usage, you can start with as little as 1 GPU or as much as 8 GPUs within one rig.

Some Motherboards can handle 15 to 20 GPUs. I have a H110 pro BTC+ (Asrock) that can manage up to 13 GPUs, I'm using it for mining. I also have a  B250-FINTECH (Gigabyte) that can manage 12 GPUs, I'm using it in my PC (the one that i'm using to post this comment).

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