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  1. oldminer
    February 15, 2018 @ 3:38 pm

    Ben, thanks for the article. You mention that you’ve also used the TB250-BTC, which for me has been a very stable and basically plug and play-type of board. Is there a reason you prefer the ASUS Z270-A/P boards?

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    • thisismyback
      February 16, 2018 @ 11:38 pm

      Thanks for reading. I think it’s just a comfort issue. There were issues with the rig I built for the TB250 and it kind of left a bad taste in my mouth. The idea for the article came from a friend who shared the same experiences as you. He kind of looked at me like I had two heads when I told him I preferred the ASUS boards, so I figured it would be beneficial to share. I am planning builds with the TB250s to get out of my comfort zone!

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  2. Ed
    March 9, 2018 @ 6:49 am

    Hey Ben, I used both M.2 slots and have 9ea. 1080’s running nicehash on widows at the moment. I had to manually set my virtual memory to about 48,000 max to get it to stop having memory allocation errors. I see a lot of people recommend setting it to 30,000 but I think that’s only for 6 card miners.
    Looking forward to your ELI5 version of Ehos.

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  3. Max
    June 25, 2018 @ 6:21 pm

    Hey, I see a lot of similarities in my Asus H97Plus motherboard BIOS. Ofc it’s older but still has 2 PCIe and it’s enough for me for the moment. My question is: can I operate and try to build my own rig with a H97Plus MB like mine?

    I can’t find any specifics for mining config for this MB, so im a bit confused about the Gen2 setting because I’ve seen some saying to set it on Gen1 (GPU damage risk?)

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