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Im confused of which mining profit calculator to trust . I've checked two site whattomine and coinwarz both gave me whole different results.

Any suggestions? Thanks

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Which coins are ypu trying to mine?

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check the specific setting for wattage and hash rate, there may be discrepancy between those

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16 hours ago, RoseLuck462 said:

Which coins are ypu trying to mine?

Etherum

 

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16 hours ago, Moonzy said:

check the specific setting for wattage and hash rate, there may be discrepancy between those

I've entered the same settings..

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8 minutes ago, Eliesb said:

I've entered the same settings..

do you have screenshots?

 

they could've been providing data differently

some calculator provide monthly data based on previous 30 days, instead of taking 1 day and multiply it by 30

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It changes so much generally I'm ahead of what they state.  For tweaked 3080 and 1660ti laptop that puts me at 12-13 on the calculators I believe but actual numbers have been quite a bit ahead:

 

16.38

17.22

16.83
15.54
15.59
15.84
16.30
16.93
11.97
12.46
18.76
13.60
14.10

 

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Why does it matter? You’ll get what you get. Comes down to the miner as well as they all have different dev fees. Then market value. Why not just average them all and base it off that?

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Coinwarz is the most accurate in my usage. However with prices fluctuating constantly and the luck of your pool combined with constantly changing fees its a hard thing to predict. But yeah coinwarz is as accurate as your going to get.

 

Whatomine is hot garbage and has never gotten remotely close to accurate. it says with 6x 570 and 1x 5700xt I'd be mining at 127mh/s when in reality i am mining at 215mh/s with those cards.

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3 hours ago, airborne spoon said:

Coinwarz is the most accurate in my usage. However with prices fluctuating constantly and the luck of your pool combined with constantly changing fees its a hard thing to predict. But yeah coinwarz is as accurate as your going to get.

 

Whatomine is hot garbage and has never gotten remotely close to accurate. it says with 6x 570 and 1x 5700xt I'd be mining at 127mh/s when in reality i am mining at 215mh/s with those cards.

Funnily enough I have the exact opposite for my 1080 Ti. It's currently mining ETH at 35 MH/s (sounds slow, but I can't make it go higher without more power, anyway not relevant). After plugging in my hashrate and power consumption+cost, whattomine's prediction perfectly matches what I actually earn per day while coinwarz' profitability calculator underestimates it severely. Coins and revenue per day are off by a factor 2, making profit off by almost a factor 4 for me at current rates.

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7 minutes ago, tikker said:

Funnily enough I have the exact opposite for my 1080 Ti. It's currently mining ETH at 35 MH/s (sounds slow, but I can't make it go higher without more power, anyway not relevant). After plugging in my hashrate and power consumption+cost, whattomine's prediction perfectly matches what I actually earn per day while coinwarz' profitability calculator underestimates it severely. Coins and revenue per day are off by a factor 2, making profit off by almost a factor 4 for me at current rates.

Are you running the pill?

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2 minutes ago, Mick Naughty said:

Are you running the pill?

I've enabled memory tweak on trexminer, which supposedly has the same or a similar effect. I do notice a difference with it on or off. Also not sure if with the current difficulty I should still be getting the ~45 MH/s I had last month. Sadly no calculators for that apparently.

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5 minutes ago, tikker said:

I've enabled memory tweak on trexminer, which supposedly has the same or a similar effect. I do notice a difference with it on or off. Also not sure if with the current difficulty I should still be getting the ~45 MH/s I had last month. Sadly no calculators for that apparently.

It isn’t an msi card is it?

Mine have been doing the same even with all the ups and downs. 

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