To provide more accuracy to estimated earnings, you can configure minerstat to account for electricity costs in it's estimations, in this article we'll set up proper reporting of electricity costs, explore the option to add offset to it and show where you can see the costs.
First, navigate to the settings by clicking onto the profile icon, which is located top right, and selecting Settings in the opened drop-down menu.
Then, choose the currency to use in calculations and on the dashboard.
Navigate into the worker's config. Open the Workers list and click the Wrench icon next to the worker to open the configuration for it or open the worker config and select the workers or groups to change the configuration for. Make sure to only include the necessary changes when changing configuration for multiple workers (use the + boxes next to fields to toggle including those in the update, which will be applied when you press Save changes). Scroll down to the Additional info section.
Here, you can set the cost of electricity for the worker and it's power consumption, as well as the temperature threshold and number of GPUs in the rig, if applicable.
If you don't enter anything into Power consumption, the summarized power consumption reported by drivers will be used.
However, if you want to also account for the power used by system and not only GPUs in it, you can change the power consumption field. Here are the 2 ways you can set it:
You can see the electricity costs accounted for in several locations.
On the workers list page, est. monthly column. When hovering over it, the separate values for Estimated income and Electricity costs will be shown.
On the worker's profile page, daily earnings tile. When hovering over it, the separate values for Estimated income and Electricity costs will be shown.
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