Nanopool dual mining GTX 1060 6GB hashrate?



  • Hi guys,

    I have recently started mining and thought that my mining speed is quite slow.
    I mine on nanopool on dual. ETH is around 23 Mh/s and SIA coin around 230 Mh/s.
    After reading numerous posts, I think my card (1x MSI GTX 1060 6GB GAMING X) should perform much better. (GPU is OC'ed by +1000 on memory clock)

    Any ideas or solutions how to increase hashrate as currently mining 20 coins per day is quite low ;(

    Thank you!



  • Msi afterburner for overclock... max mem clock for the eth hasrate and max gpu clock for the sia..... add in command line a -drsi value bettween 40 to 55 to get more sc 😊



  • P.s. Sometime if you memory clock is too hight, the hashrate make a hard drop.



  • with core clock +125 and memory clock +1000 I get 23 Mh/s for ETH and 383 Mh/s for SIA.
    Even with this OC, it's pretty low, isn't?
    Maybe I should mine solo SIA or use another pool/software?



  • the command is actually -dcri and i was where you were at before too i changed mine to 100 and im now at 33 mh/s eth and 1121 mh/s sia pretty huge difference thanks guys



  • I hesitate to buy a PC to minning. Will SC's prices increase?

    SC flight to moon

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  • Let me look into my chrystal ball - yes prices will increase.

    Unless they drop to 0 and this coin goes kaput.



  • @htownmine said in Nanopool dual mining GTX 1060 6GB hashrate?:

    the command is actually -dcri and i was where you were at before too i changed mine to 100 and im now at 33 mh/s eth and 1121 mh/s sia pretty huge difference thanks guys

    33 Mh on a 1060? That sounds like a 1070 hash rate.



  • Yeah I was gonna say, there's no way a 1060 could even do 23MH, let alone 33MH. I get at best 17MH ETH on the one 1060 I have in mining service.



  • I get 23-24 Mh/s mining ETH with gtx 1060 6GB EVGA SSC editions. The memory overclock is only at about 780 on average for the seven cards.



  • Hi, just registered to say this.

    8x MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6GB with afterburner set memory at +915 and power -50% getting 197mhs in ETH and around 2000mhs in SIA.

    Single card is about 24.650mhs for ETH and 246.800mhs for SIA

    880-930watts @ wall.

    Stable during months, so I know what I'm talking about. 915 is the maximum memory limit I can set, if I set 920 it becomes unstable after 12 hours mining.

    Using Claymore 10.0 that has got a serious improvement for the 1060 card (before it was 23mhs)


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