Today we explore Sagittarius, the sign of the... ehh, half-horse, half-guy-with-a-bow-and-arrow. The good thing about Sagittarians, they have good aim. The bad thing about them, they poop while they're walking, so never march behind them in a parade. My prediction for Sagittarius in the coming year, you won't eat enough green vegetables. I'm Squidward, your Nicktoon astrologer, reminding you that if you smelt it, chances are you dealt it.
So I'd bought an EVGA GTX 1060 SC 3GB for ~$197 near the end of last year. Was planning to hang onto it for a few years, but...
Should I consider selling it? (& maybe get a profit, or would it being 3GB hamper its value?)
Or, mine with it? (If so I'd want to go easy on the settings to not shorten the card's life - for example not let it get above 60-70°C, undervolt by 0.1-0.2V maybe, use <85-95% TDP watts, etc, while mining.)
Or continue with status-quo? (Basic use, some occasional gaming, rendering, etc; have never folded but maybe I should consider it, since a few of my friends have cancer & other things...)
If I don't sell it soon™, I'd be keeping it for at least a few years I think, turning down settings/expectations as it ages.
If I did sell, my laptop has a 970M that would get me by, and I also did get by on the HD 4600 before I put the 1060 in my desktop.