- Nov 20, 2006
- 18,621 (4.53/day)
|System Name||Starlifter :: Dragonfly|
|Processor||i5 2400 :: Athlon II x4 630|
|Motherboard||MSI H67-G43-B3 :: GIgabyte GA-770T-USB3|
|Cooling||Corsair H70 :: Thermaltake Big Typhoon|
|Memory||4x2GB DDR3 1333 :: 2x1GB DDR3 1333|
|Video Card(s)||2x PNY GTX1070 :: GT720|
|Storage||Plextor M5s 128GB, WDC Black 500GB :: Mushkin Enhanced 60GB SSD, WD RE3 1TB|
|Display(s)||Acer P216HL HDMI :: None|
|Case||Antec SOHO 1030B :: Old White Full Tower|
|Audio Device(s)||X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro - iLive IT153B Soundbar (optical) :: None|
|Power Supply||Corsair CX600w :: Unknown|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro - Plex Server on Dragonfly|
Mining profitability is currently pretty good. With 2 1070s and my i5 2400 going, I'm currently looking at $11.76/day. Since nicehash came back I've racked up $121.92 (lots of time off recently so my rig hasn't been going full blast much)... but it currently looks like I'll have to wait all the way until late May (if I never give my rig a break, no games, nothing) to get a payment. This only appears to affect users who mine directly to "external" wallets (that is, something like Coinbase). If you mine directly into your Nicehash wallet you can get paid far more frequently, and then transfer out from there to wherever on your own.
Evidently they're also considering altcoin payments which might work out better for most users than Bitcoin payments (Litecoin anyone?). This crazy target of .1 BTC for direct external wallet payments may also change in the future...