Ethereum update: [13×1060 3G] ~22,2 MH/s (70W)-> Any Room Upwards?
For a couple of months I am running my headless linux 13x 1060 rig now and it was pretty stable for the time being. For some days now, I experience strange crashes from time to time. syslog states
**Aug 1 20:05:47 minter1 kernel: [73034.226724] cuda-2: segfault at 100000057 ip 00000000004dc84e sp 00007fbf88ffb830 error 4 in ethminer[400000+891000]**
Google says, that that error is regarding a null pointer exception or something similar.. anyway, that beyond my knowledge. I just did an update/upgrade and will see what happens…
When stable I am running at 22,2 MH/s @70W each card, which is pretty efficient, I think.
My initial question would more be: Is there better profitability for 13x 1060’s -> e.g. ZEC?
Months ago I once switched from mining ZEC to ETH because of that ASIC miner from Bitmain. But since the last few crashes I am considering to alter some of my mining configuration again. What would you recommend me to do? Stay @ETH or switch to some other algo? What about 22,2 MH @70W .. Is there propably a more efficient confing possible?
Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference.
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