Current Definitive Titan Conf Settings?

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Current Definitive Titan Conf Settings?

Post by ltc2084 » Sun Oct 30, 2016 5:38 am

Would a few people post their titan conf settings that have been working well for the last few months?

I need something that works on stock 2.02 firmware not GenTarkin's.

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Current Definitive Titan Conf Settings?

Post by Steve Sokolowski » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:32 am

I think that your best choice is to buy GenTarkin's firmware. Try sending him a private message to get pricing and purchase it.

It will pay itself back after mining for long enough, and you won't have to waste time figuring out configuration settings. His firmware is so widespread and the economics so good that I don't think enough people are using the stock firmware to optimize it.

If you are looking for this pool's configuration settings, the system will try to do the best it can if you don't provide any password arguments except n= (for a miner name).
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Re: Current Definitive Titan Conf Settings?

Post by ltc2084 » Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:36 pm

I've got one cube running right now. I think he wants $75- for the firmware. I'm looking at $3- a day right now I think so it's a 25 days of mining plus electricity cost for the firmware. I'd really like to do it but it just makes no sense. :cry:
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Re: Current Definitive Titan Conf Settings?

Post by ltc2084 » Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:54 pm

In the past my cubes would run on Prohashing for like a day or so and then for whatever reason I would notice that even though the display and local 192.168 web UI showed a set hashing rate the wattage would be at zero -- it would hang somehow. It wasn't actually doing any hashing.

Very possible the SD card was causing the issue or it was some bug in the older BFG (-?), but if there is a common conf file Titan users are seeing as stable I'd like to just try it again. Because at the same time I could just leave the system at Liteguardian and it would not hang this way. So I just figured it was some incompatibility with the Titan and some coin or maybe my conf causing it to hang whenever using on Prohashing.
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Re: Current Definitive Titan Conf Settings?

Post by excelerator » Sun Oct 30, 2016 1:02 pm

ltc2084 wrote:I've got one cube running right now. I think he wants $75- for the firmware. I'm looking at $3- a day right now I think so it's a 25 days of mining plus electricity cost for the firmware. I'd really like to do it but it just makes no sense. :cry:
Heat protection of your cube is the sole justification needed for purchasing the Gentarkin firmware.
http://gentarkincustomtitan.pcriot.com/
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Re: Current Definitive Titan Conf Settings?

Post by ltc2084 » Sun Oct 30, 2016 4:59 pm

I am glad you are pointing this out. Since I've had so many Titan's pci-e connectors melt this is probably worth reconsidering. Does the firmware really help in preventing melting connectors? I don't know if it's just my brand power supply (PC Power & Cooling) or just bad luck but I've been using the supplied y connectors and still gotten many many burning / melting connectors.
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Re: Current Definitive Titan Conf Settings?

Post by excelerator » Sun Oct 30, 2016 6:29 pm

ltc2084 wrote:I am glad you are pointing this out. Since I've had so many Titan's pci-e connectors melt this is probably worth reconsidering. Does the firmware really help in preventing melting connectors? I don't know if it's just my brand power supply (PC Power & Cooling) or just bad luck but I've been using the supplied y connectors and still gotten many many burning / melting connectors.
To my knowledge, it won't help with melting connectors but does protect against fan failures and overheating of dies. I have more than my fair share of Titans and while I've had a few with this problem, it represents less than 1% of my cubes with this issue.
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