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Title: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 07, 2016, 11:53:30 AM
Version 0.3.4b.

EWBF's Zcash cuda miner.
Expected speeds 500 sols/s gtx 1080, 444 sols/s gtx1070. 300 gtx1060 6G. Stock settings.
Writen for pascal gpus but works on cards with at least 1Gb memory, and Compute Capability 2 and higher.
Miner contain dev fee 2%.
Sorry for my bad english  :(

Version 0.3.4b
A slightly improved speed of about 2%
Added option --intensity, sets maximum intensity.
Added support for configuration files.
Added option --config, sets the name of the config file.
Added support for failover servers, through config files.
Added new values to the api method getstat.
Added http api you can use http://127.0.0.1:42000/getstat address to get statistics.
Added simple web page with statistics, simply open the api address in the web browser. (Experemental)
Fixed couple of bugs.

Version 0.3.3b
Added option --pec power efficiency calculator.
Added option --fee developer fee control.
Use miner --help command for more information.

FAQ:
Q: How to select a GPU that will be used by a miner
A: Use option --cuda_devices 0 1 2 digits is id of the devices which will be used.

Q: How intensity works?
A: The miner uses adaptive intensity and tries to use the maximum intensity value, with the help of the --intensity option you can set a limit on the maximum intensity, this will slightly reduce gpu usage and performance. Allowed values 1 - 64. You can set different values for each cards --intensity 64 64 64 64

Q: How to use config?
A: You can run the miner like all previous versions with command line arguments, in this case the config file will be ignored. If you sets the --config argument, the specified config file will be used, all other command line arguments will be ignored. If you run a miner without command line arguments, the miner will try to use the default config file miner.cfg.

Q: How to use failover servers
A: This feature works only with config files, see config examples, supplied with the miner.

Windows x64
https://mega.nz/#F!usQh2bTa!3qp_PaiO-dw3F0mpvLXynA (https://mega.nz/#F!usQh2bTa!3qp_PaiO-dw3F0mpvLXynA)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFianNlcUh0YWFhOVE (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFianNlcUh0YWFhOVE)

Linux x64
https://mega.nz/#F!aop0BLaR!qQUGG6C2ZhE2zAC0XAlMSw (https://mega.nz/#F!aop0BLaR!qQUGG6C2ZhE2zAC0XAlMSw)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFibDl2MmdXaTFjWDQ (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFibDl2MmdXaTFjWDQ)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 07, 2016, 11:59:54 AM
Newbie account. Might contain a virus...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 07, 2016, 12:07:21 PM
SHA256:    3ecab2598f1ce296a04df765db60f1f3604a5e2fd35891f595387f25fccb06b2
Dateiname:    Zec miner 0.0.1b.zip
Erkennungsrate:    0 / 55
Analyse-Datum:    2016-12-07 12:05:57 UTC ( vor 0 Minuten )

Also avast didn't find any virus. I will commit to the virus lab for inspection.
But looks clean

EWBF_ if the miner holds what u say..thanks.
You know how it works..you always need to check before you use. You would do it the same way. Too many bad things happen to many thiefs to many trojans.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 07, 2016, 12:09:48 PM
I know you do not have to believe me but it is clean


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: k0stas on December 07, 2016, 12:17:08 PM
I tested working fine to flypool stock clocks.

https://s5.postimg.org/s2aecpgkn/Capture7.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 07, 2016, 12:21:50 PM
INFO: Detected new work: 0000004f2aaf83cf
GPU0: 43 Sol/s GPU1: 43 Sol/s GPU2: 42 Sol/s GPU3: 42 Sol/s GPU4: 42 Sol/s
Total speed: 212 Sol/s
INFO 13:21:32: GPU1 Accepted share
INFO 13:21:32: GPU0 Rejected share
INFO 13:21:33: GPU2 Rejected share
INFO 13:21:33: GPU3 Rejected share
INFO 13:21:33: GPU4 Rejected share

Duplicates..the pool is reporting.
 1080 / 1070 / 1070 / 1070 / 1080 -- nice
GPU0: 333 Sol/s GPU1: 285 Sol/s GPU2: 287 Sol/s GPU3: 284 Sol/s GPU4: 332 Sol/s
Total speed: 1521 Sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 07, 2016, 12:33:21 PM
How is the rate on the pool. Confirmed? 333SOl/s will make it faster than the nicehashminer and the claymore miner on AMD cards.. (new world record)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 07, 2016, 12:41:46 PM
How is the rate on the pool. Confirmed? 333SOl/s will make it faster than the nicehashminer and the claymore miner on AMD cards.. (new world record)

Poolside reports same as the miner said since 10min :-D
Most accurate one sofar.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 07, 2016, 12:43:28 PM
Looks like we have a new winner EWBF. (English Bowling Federation)  ;D



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 07, 2016, 12:45:43 PM
Sweet!! Thanks for the miner!  ;D

I get 280sol on 1070 but I get error: some thread is dead restart..

Might be too high overclock..


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 07, 2016, 12:46:45 PM
Sweet jesus! I'll confirm speeds for a 750ti in 10 minutes  :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 07, 2016, 12:47:32 PM
Sweet!! Thanks for the miner!  ;D

I get 280sol on 1070 but I get error: some thread is dead restart..

Might be too high overclock..

runs flawless sofar..2nd instance don't give more the cards are maxed sofar.

Also good:

Notice..EWBF can you make them pink or violet somehow to see the diff?
INFO 13:45:56: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 13:45:56: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 13:45:58: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 13:45:59: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 13:45:59: GPU4 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 13:46:01: GPU4 DevFee Accepted share


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 07, 2016, 12:51:36 PM
Also confirm 280 sols with high OC. I dont think i will be able to get much more out of this.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 07, 2016, 12:52:55 PM
Whats the power usage? Did you try to underclock / reduce tdp. (-500 on the memory)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Squall10 on December 07, 2016, 12:53:07 PM
Too many rejected shares on Nicehash...

 I got over 312 Sol/s with a GTX 1080.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 07, 2016, 12:58:04 PM
this is first beta version. So bugs and glitches are possible. Give me time and i fix it.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 07, 2016, 01:00:38 PM
Code:
+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.1b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 0020c49ba5e353f7...
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 2048 MB
INFO: Detected new work: 4bac09e2bfacc3a18e36
INFO: Detected new work: a96e6583e5630ab7b9bf
INFO 12:56:21: GPU0 Accepted share
GPU0: 52 Sol/s
Total speed: 52 Sol/s
GPU0: 51 Sol/s
Total speed: 51 Sol/s
INFO 12:57:03: GPU0 Accepted share
INFO 12:57:07: GPU0 Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: 49237417ae10329bd3bb
GPU0: 49 Sol/s
Total speed: 49 Sol/s
INFO 12:57:27: GPU0 Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: 4dcfcebb9a06914f1275
INFO: Detected new work: d59bf34e6fa85c959cb7
INFO 12:57:51: GPU0 Accepted share
GPU0: 53 Sol/s
Total speed: 53 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: bd1ae7b7e1d07f87a870
GPU0: 51 Sol/s
Total speed: 51 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: d0603346a5a6a4f777cd
INFO: Detected new work: fc66543bf27eec15f12c
GPU0: 52 Sol/s
Total speed: 52 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: 6994c658b07300dee29d
INFO: Detected new work: c987b7753ca4d60b609c
INFO 12:59:14: GPU0 Accepted share
GPU0: 54 Sol/s
Total speed: 54 Sol/s
INFO 12:59:43: GPU0 Accepted share
INFO 12:59:51: GPU0 Accepted share
GPU0: 51 Sol/s
Total speed: 51 Sol/s


50 sols on average for the 750ti, excellent!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Squall10 on December 07, 2016, 01:04:13 PM
Working fine with Suprnova pool.

 GTX 1080 : TDP 56% Core + 187 Memory + 550 = 312 Sol/s average
 GTX 1070 : TDP 65% Core + 200 Memory + 650 = 255 Sol/s average


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 07, 2016, 01:04:30 PM
50 sols on average for the 750ti, excellent!

The nicehashminer does 60sol/s on standard clocks on the 750ti..


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 07, 2016, 01:05:39 PM
SHA256:    3ecab2598f1ce296a04df765db60f1f3604a5e2fd35891f595387f25fccb06b2
Dateiname:    Zec miner 0.0.1b.zip
Erkennungsrate:    0 / 55
Analyse-Datum:    2016-12-07 12:05:57 UTC ( vor 0 Minuten )

Also avast didn't find any virus. I will commit to the virus lab for inspection.
But looks clean

EWBF_ if the miner holds what u say..thanks.
You know how it works..you always need to check before you use. You would do it the same way. Too many bad things happen to many thiefs to many trojans.

back door or hidden malicious code will never be detected by any antivirus, if this can be released as a open source maybe so we can check better


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 07, 2016, 01:06:28 PM
The nicehashminer does 60sol/s on standard clocks on the 750ti..

I don't like NiceHash  ;D

Edit: Plus i'm running stock, I could push it to 60 with a clock speed increase.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: TomDD on December 07, 2016, 01:07:08 PM
Also seeing a lot of rejected shares using NiceHash. It mined fine for a few minutes and then seemed to get stuck in a loop with all shares being rejected. Was getting 250H/s with a 1070 GTX at stock


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: un4given on December 07, 2016, 01:22:44 PM
wonder if any1 with gtx 970 could test this miner. would be cool ::)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: moby on December 07, 2016, 01:29:54 PM
wonder if any1 with gtx 970 could test this miner. would be cool ::)

Here you go:
MSI GTX 970 stock clock = 150-155 Sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: flashsam on December 07, 2016, 01:34:25 PM
Thank you! ) 1070 - 270ss on micron


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: le_yum on December 07, 2016, 01:34:39 PM
linux version?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: gaah on December 07, 2016, 01:58:33 PM
Can anyone show me what to write in the bat file?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 01:59:09 PM
I'd like to have a Windows version


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Wotan Wipeout on December 07, 2016, 02:05:34 PM
I started the Miner at my test rig.
3 x 1080 (Powertarget 200 Watt -> 600 Watt)
1 x 1070 (Powertarget 200 Watt -> 200 Watt)
1 x Titan X (Custom Bios Powertarget --> 200 Watt)
All watercooled.

Instant shutdown on a 1200 Watt power supply.
Miner shouldnt take over 1000 Watt (600+200+200)
Even with reduced Powertarget (by 20%)

Please check your power consumption..... I dont want to kill my GPUs.

With Pascal i stay on Lbry. 130 Watt per 1080, 110 per 1070.

Greetings


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 07, 2016, 02:08:18 PM
Everything is fine here for me it takes about 155W with 100% power, with 55% power limit about 85 W. Still testing the best underclock settings. All measured from the wall.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 02:12:53 PM
Could you add a .bat for suprnova as well ?

It's very simple:


miner.exe --server zec.suprnova.cc --user suprnova.1 --pass x --port 2142  --cuda_devices 0 1 2 3


Thanks


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: rednoW on December 07, 2016, 02:16:45 PM
palit sjs gtx1070 (samsung) 286-290sols @ 90%tdp


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: du44 on December 07, 2016, 02:19:32 PM
6x1070 palit sjs = 1730 sols, Good job man! ( samsung + micron mixed )


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: flashsam on December 07, 2016, 02:22:00 PM
palit sjs gtx1070 (samsung) 286-290sols @ 90%tdp

Clock GPU&Mem?
TY!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: rednoW on December 07, 2016, 02:25:20 PM
palit sjs gtx1070 (samsung) 286-290sols @ 90%tdp

Clock GPU&Mem?
TY!
2100/2350


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: du44 on December 07, 2016, 02:29:34 PM
palit sjs gtx1070 (samsung) 286-290sols @ 90%tdp

Clock GPU&Mem?
TY!
2088 core + 4400 mem for micron and 2088 core + 4525 mem for samsung,
Power is not limited, but near 90-92%


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: IOTUSA on December 07, 2016, 02:38:02 PM
SHA256:    3ecab2598f1ce296a04df765db60f1f3604a5e2fd35891f595387f25fccb06b2
Dateiname:    Zec miner 0.0.1b.zip
Erkennungsrate:    0 / 55
Analyse-Datum:    2016-12-07 12:05:57 UTC ( vor 0 Minuten )

Also avast didn't find any virus. I will commit to the virus lab for inspection.
But looks clean

EWBF_ if the miner holds what u say..thanks.
You know how it works..you always need to check before you use. You would do it the same way. Too many bad things happen to many thiefs to many trojans.

back door or hidden malicious code will never be detected by any antivirus, if this cna be released as a open source maybe so we can check better

I predict a 'surprise' for miners using closed source code by a newb acount.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: adaseb on December 07, 2016, 02:42:07 PM
SHA256:    3ecab2598f1ce296a04df765db60f1f3604a5e2fd35891f595387f25fccb06b2
Dateiname:    Zec miner 0.0.1b.zip
Erkennungsrate:    0 / 55
Analyse-Datum:    2016-12-07 12:05:57 UTC ( vor 0 Minuten )

Also avast didn't find any virus. I will commit to the virus lab for inspection.
But looks clean

EWBF_ if the miner holds what u say..thanks.
You know how it works..you always need to check before you use. You would do it the same way. Too many bad things happen to many thiefs to many trojans.

back door or hidden malicious code will never be detected by any antivirus, if this cna be released as a open source maybe so we can check better

I predict a 'surprise' for miners using closed source code by a newb acount.

Fee is very small. Even smaller than Claymore's. I won't be surprised if next week when the entire Nvidia community starts using this miner and all of a sudden those 2% dev fee turns into 100% dev suddently.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Flenger on December 07, 2016, 02:47:52 PM
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, 6144 MB
CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, 6144 MB
INFO: Detected new work: b3a08c505ccc3e96354b
INFO: Detected new work: ddd9660db03aad8ec265
INFO: Detected new work: 2f7b42ee5731e83addc4
INFO: Detected new work: f8e1ce3768d2afbddfe2
INFO 17:46:36: GPU0 Accepted share
GPU0: 184 Sol/s GPU1: 187 Sol/s
Total speed: 371 Sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: mikhan on December 07, 2016, 02:49:15 PM
anyway it's too buggy, i got rejects even without any oc on 1070s with equihash.*.nicehash.com
1060 gives 186


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: rednoW on December 07, 2016, 02:51:11 PM
Miner has a good potential but now to many rejected shares (I tried dwarfpool) ... switched back to nicehash eqm


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: cryptomined on December 07, 2016, 02:55:05 PM
is this posted in the ZCash forums?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 02:55:12 PM
Could you add a .bat for suprnova as well ?

It's very simple:


miner.exe --server zec.suprnova.cc --user suprnova.1 --pass x --port 2142  --cuda_devices 0 1 2 3


Thanks


Working fine on suprnova


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 02:57:18 PM
is this posted in the ZCash forums?

Yes here :
https://forum.z.cash/t/fast-devfee-nvidia-miner/


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on December 07, 2016, 03:00:02 PM
linux please


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 07, 2016, 03:17:21 PM
linux please
+1


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 07, 2016, 03:22:20 PM
First I want to correct some errors. Then I make a version for Linux.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: scryptr on December 07, 2016, 03:23:08 PM
THIS NEW MINER IS FAST! --

I get 265-270Sols/s on a GTX 980ti.  It will mine steady on a regular pool with a Zcash (ZEC) address, but when mining on NiceHash with a BitCoin (BTC) address, it begins to generate rejected shares after a minute or two.  The NiceHash EQM miner only produces 210-220Sols on the same GTX 980ti card.

I happen to like mining on NiceHash, it pays in BTC and a miner does not have to trade ZEC for BTC on an exchange.  Please investigate the rejected shares at NiceHash.       --scryptr


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 07, 2016, 03:30:44 PM
Lol I sold all my GTX1080 except 2 because they always performed slower than the 1070s..and now..i regret it ..i knew the day will come :-D
But seriously good work. That is what we needed for nv.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: cryptomined on December 07, 2016, 03:41:14 PM
First I want to correct some errors. Then I make a version for Linux.

i kept getting an

Init error code -7

windows 10 Nvidia drivers 368
3x 980ti

somehting like that, forget the exact text
so im reinstalling drivers

used with and without  --cuda_devices 0 1 2


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Arthur38 on December 07, 2016, 03:42:02 PM
is this posted in the ZCash forums?

Yes here :
https://forum.z.cash/t/fast-devfee-nvidia-miner/
Link is dead


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: cryptomined on December 07, 2016, 03:46:07 PM
is this posted in the ZCash forums?

Yes here :
https://forum.z.cash/t/fast-devfee-nvidia-miner/
Link is dead

he just edited the title

https://forum.z.cash/t/ewbfs-nvidia-cuda-zcash-minerg-1060-170-h-s-gtx-1070-250-h-s/12523/2

might edit it again to get rid of the g after miner


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 07, 2016, 03:46:35 PM
is this posted in the ZCash forums?

Yes here :
https://forum.z.cash/t/fast-devfee-nvidia-miner/
Link is dead

Here - https://forum.z.cash/t/ewbfs-nvidia-cuda-zcash-minerg-1060-170-h-s-gtx-1070-250-h-s/12523


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 03:51:04 PM
Just stick to this thread, no need to move over anyway


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: cryptomined on December 07, 2016, 03:52:40 PM
THIS NEW MINER IS FAST! --

I get 265-270Sols/s on a GTX 980ti.  It will mine steady on a regular pool with a Zcash (ZEC) address, but when mining on NiceHash with a BitCoin (BTC) address, it begins to generate rejected shares after a minute or two.  The NiceHash EQM miner only produces 210-220Sols on the same GTX 980ti card.

I happen to like mining on NiceHash, it pays in BTC and a miner does not have to trade ZEC for BTC on an exchange.  Please investigate the rejected shares at NiceHash.       --scryptr

what driver?  i keep getting an error


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: scryptr on December 07, 2016, 03:59:39 PM
THIS NEW MINER IS FAST! --

I get 265-270Sols/s on a GTX 980ti.  It will mine steady on a regular pool with a Zcash (ZEC) address, but when mining on NiceHash with a BitCoin (BTC) address, it begins to generate rejected shares after a minute or two.  The NiceHash EQM miner only produces 210-220Sols on the same GTX 980ti card.

I happen to like mining on NiceHash, it pays in BTC and a miner does not have to trade ZEC for BTC on an exchange.  Please investigate the rejected shares at NiceHash.       --scryptr

what driver?  i keep getting an error

NVIDIA DRIVER VERSION 372.90 WIN 7 x64--

The latest driver is v376.xx now.  Haven't updated in a week or two.       --scryptr


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: cryptomined on December 07, 2016, 04:03:45 PM
THIS NEW MINER IS FAST! --

I get 265-270Sols/s on a GTX 980ti.  It will mine steady on a regular pool with a Zcash (ZEC) address, but when mining on NiceHash with a BitCoin (BTC) address, it begins to generate rejected shares after a minute or two.  The NiceHash EQM miner only produces 210-220Sols on the same GTX 980ti card.

I happen to like mining on NiceHash, it pays in BTC and a miner does not have to trade ZEC for BTC on an exchange.  Please investigate the rejected shares at NiceHash.       --scryptr

what driver?  i keep getting an error

NVIDIA DRIVER VERSION 372.90 WIN 7 x64--

The latest driver is v376.xx now.  Haven't updated in a week or two.       --scryptr

thanks was using 368, going to try the latest one now
if that doesnt work ill reinstall
maybe something left over from amd drivers or GPUs that this board is usually used for


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 07, 2016, 04:03:58 PM
Latest drivers work like charm also folding@home is working again with it.
So nvidia polished the problems ...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 07, 2016, 04:12:26 PM
First I want to correct some errors. Then I make a version for Linux.

i kept getting an

Init error code -7

windows 10 Nvidia drivers 368
3x 980ti

somehting like that, forget the exact text
so im reinstalling drivers

used with and without  --cuda_devices 0 1 2
This is cuda runtime api error, check drivers.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: McNulty on December 07, 2016, 04:14:41 PM
THIS NEW MINER IS FAST! --

I get 265-270Sols/s on a GTX 980ti.  It will mine steady on a regular pool with a Zcash (ZEC) address, but when mining on NiceHash with a BitCoin (BTC) address, it begins to generate rejected shares after a minute or two.  The NiceHash EQM miner only produces 210-220Sols on the same GTX 980ti card.

I happen to like mining on NiceHash, it pays in BTC and a miner does not have to trade ZEC for BTC on an exchange.  Please investigate the rejected shares at NiceHash.       --scryptr

with latest EQM and a 980 Ti (MSI Gaming) i've got 260-265 sols/s and about 255 sols/s with EWBF.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: cryptomined on December 07, 2016, 04:15:59 PM
First I want to correct some errors. Then I make a version for Linux.

i kept getting an

Init error code -7

windows 10 Nvidia drivers 368
3x 980ti

somehting like that, forget the exact text
so im reinstalling drivers

used with and without  --cuda_devices 0 1 2
This is cuda runtime api error, check drivers.

Thanks EWBF, drivers 376 worked, it was the 368 drivers (do they not have cuda 8 or something?  that was my initial guess)

pulling in 250-265 sol/s on each 980ti!  awesome work!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kapsel on December 07, 2016, 04:16:24 PM
At 100% power target, i'm getting about 325 sol/s per gtx 1080, at 60% power target about 290 sol/s, great improvement over other miners. +200mhz core +1000 mhz memory in msi afterburner, I have founders edition cards.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: cryptomined on December 07, 2016, 04:18:04 PM
At 100% power target, i'm getting about 325 sol/s per gtx 1080, at 60% power target about 290 sol/s, great improvement over other miners. +200mhz core +1000 mhz memory in msi afterburner, I have founders edition cards.

how do you change power target?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kapsel on December 07, 2016, 04:25:28 PM
At 100% power target, i'm getting about 325 sol/s per gtx 1080, at 60% power target about 290 sol/s, great improvement over other miners. +200mhz core +1000 mhz memory in msi afterburner, I have founders edition cards.

how do you change power target?

Just adjust slider in msi afterburner : https://i.imgur.com/vjW0qPv.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 07, 2016, 04:32:00 PM
Driver 375.57 with win 10 x64 , every 10 minutes the miner is stuck on detected new work .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: cryptomined on December 07, 2016, 04:33:44 PM
At 100% power target, i'm getting about 325 sol/s per gtx 1080, at 60% power target about 290 sol/s, great improvement over other miners. +200mhz core +1000 mhz memory in msi afterburner, I have founders edition cards.

how do you change power target?

Just adjust slider in msi afterburner : https://i.imgur.com/vjW0qPv.png

ahh ok, its default at 100 then, thanks


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: richx on December 07, 2016, 04:45:22 PM
Driver 375.57 with win 10 x64 , every 10 minutes the miner is stuck on detected new work .

get same problem on different rigs.
https://postimg.org/image/lgmrk9t2z/


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 07, 2016, 04:50:28 PM
Driver 375.57 with win 10 x64 , every 10 minutes the miner is stuck on detected new work .

get same problem on different rigs.
https://postimg.org/image/lgmrk9t2z/


Yes its really slow to find e accepted shares past 10 minutes or less , im on suprnova , other pool is best ? .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xxcsu on December 07, 2016, 04:57:43 PM
Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d vs EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b

I got 155 sols/s with Nvidia GTX 980 ref card / win 10 64bit / nvidia driver 375.63 stock settings and the latest Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d ,
Power draw at the wall 180 watts for the whole system.

With EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b i got between 162-167 sol/s with Nvidia GTX 980 ref card / win 10 64bit / nvidia driver 375.63 , stock settings
Power draw at the wall 178-180 watts for the whole system.

EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b running fine in the past 20 minutes  , will let it work for another hours and reporting back the pool side reported hash rate for both miners after a few hours run.





Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jonesskill on December 07, 2016, 05:00:38 PM
I need to say THANK YOU!!!!!!!

 ;D

Thank you for don't be selfish and keep this miner only for you, like Djm34 do!

for more dev on nvidia team like you!!!


300 S/s on a Gtx1080



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: chronek on December 07, 2016, 05:08:37 PM
Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d vs EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b

I got 155 sols/s with Nvidia GTX 980 ref card / win 10 64bit ...

You have something not right, i have with nicehash v1.0.2d win 7 64bit 195 sols/s gtx 980 stock, EWBF doing 170 sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 05:12:08 PM
Could you add a .bat for suprnova as well ?

It's very simple:


miner.exe --server zec.suprnova.cc --user suprnova.1 --pass x --port 2142  --cuda_devices 0 1 2 3


Thanks

bump, please add .bat for suprnova


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 07, 2016, 05:17:10 PM
ocminer is there some problem, pool reporting 95% invalid shares with ewbf just now?

miner say all ok, 5min ago had 2% bad shares


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 07, 2016, 05:19:49 PM
https://www2.coinmine.pl/zec is good , im go now and 100% accepted shares and miner dont stuck or problem with shares . Suprnova have a problem .

Very good miner for nvidia  ;) .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 07, 2016, 05:36:00 PM
Version 0.0.2b released. Fix for nicehash support. Bat file for suprnova. Another problems will be fix asap.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: antantti on December 07, 2016, 05:37:18 PM
Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d vs EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b

I got 155 sols/s with Nvidia GTX 980 ref card / win 10 64bit ...

You have something not right, i have with nicehash v1.0.2d win 7 64bit 195 sols/s gtx 980 stock, EWBF doing 170 sol/s

P0 state enabled?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 05:46:01 PM
ocminer is there some problem, pool reporting 95% invalid shares with ewbf just now?

miner say all ok, 5min ago had 2% bad shares

No problems here, running fine on 1060 and 970 here on zec.suprnova.cc


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xxcsu on December 07, 2016, 05:51:52 PM
Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d vs EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b

I got 155 sols/s with Nvidia GTX 980 ref card / win 10 64bit ...

You have something not right, i have with nicehash v1.0.2d win 7 64bit 195 sols/s gtx 980 stock, EWBF doing 170 sol/s

P0 state enabled?

what the miners reporting im not worry about that ...
now after a hour of mining with EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b the miner itself reporting 162-170 sol/s , the pool side is reporting 136 sol/s on flypool ...

mining weeks with Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d , the miner reporting 155 sol/s avg , the pool side on nicehash reporting 195 sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 07, 2016, 05:52:15 PM
Linux needed...got some quadros that are used for on demand encoding, should mine when idle :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lyolyalya on December 07, 2016, 05:57:01 PM
hey=)great work.1070 armor 8g oc gpu 2037 mem 9100 - 275-280 sols!inf**inbelievable=)and finaly on coinmine, not nice hash!woohoo!thanks!
660 ti does 47-48 sols=)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: DeCrypterManiac on December 07, 2016, 05:57:47 PM
Miner is working good on suprnova, good work !


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: antantti on December 07, 2016, 05:59:57 PM
Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d vs EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b

I got 155 sols/s with Nvidia GTX 980 ref card / win 10 64bit ...

You have something not right, i have with nicehash v1.0.2d win 7 64bit 195 sols/s gtx 980 stock, EWBF doing 170 sol/s

P0 state enabled?

what the miners reporting im not worry about that ...


Have you enabled power state 0 (P0)? If your memory speed is 3005 you are in P2 state which is slower in some memory hard algos.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: WaspEye on December 07, 2016, 06:05:55 PM
45-50 Sol/s on GTX 680


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: mrada1204 on December 07, 2016, 06:07:33 PM
1070 g1 +100 core , + 700 mem gives 282 at 82% power limit .
any best config for power/hash ? ... with 100% i think hits 300 ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: TIKCrazy on December 07, 2016, 06:24:17 PM
Is here any speed difference beyween 0.0.1b and 0.0.2b? Or only bug fixes?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 07, 2016, 06:32:03 PM
ocminer is there some problem, pool reporting 95% invalid shares with ewbf just now?

miner say all ok, 5min ago had 2% bad shares

No problems here, running fine on 1060 and 970 here on zec.suprnova.cc

yeah one miner (I have 10+ miners) had win10 right click pause and that was the cause, even you pool credited me fine, just you dashboard was 98% red


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sshinr on December 07, 2016, 06:34:41 PM
awww. finally someone release nvidia miner with some increase speed..
just tested with my old gtx 960 2gb.. run good with 95sols/s stock rom.
really nice working dude. much appreciate..  :) :) love it and keep working.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: scryptr on December 07, 2016, 06:37:23 PM
Is here any speed difference beyween 0.0.1b and 0.0.2b? Or only bug fixes?

BUG FIXES--

The miner is the same speed, but the bug fixes have resulted in better performance.  Fewer rejected shares means better payout.  It works fine on NiceHash now, for example.       --scryptr


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Bluecheese on December 07, 2016, 07:04:39 PM
Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d vs EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b

I got 155 sols/s with Nvidia GTX 980 ref card / win 10 64bit ...

You have something not right, i have with nicehash v1.0.2d win 7 64bit 195 sols/s gtx 980 stock, EWBF doing 170 sol/s

P0 state enabled?


It needs work.  I can't change one of my 1060 clock.  Both of my 1060's are locked at P2.  But all in all it rocking away.  Thanks for the update


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 07, 2016, 07:08:21 PM
EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 07, 2016, 07:10:35 PM
What is your effective memory speed at +1000? I use a different skin, and maybe mine is showing the base clock, and not the 5x for gddr.  In Linux I remember setting +1000 but in Windows it's usually closer to +200
At 100% power target, i'm getting about 325 sol/s per gtx 1080, at 60% power target about 290 sol/s, great improvement over other miners. +200mhz core +1000 mhz memory in msi afterburner, I have founders edition cards.

how do you change power target?

Just adjust slider in msi afterburner : https://i.imgur.com/vjW0qPv.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Dr_Victor on December 07, 2016, 07:28:50 PM
Author, what is better for your miner - memory clock or gpu?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 07, 2016, 07:30:40 PM
EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm

i managed to do 250 sol at 100 watt like nicehash, but ncicehash was only 220 at the same wattage, so this is actually coded better


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 07, 2016, 07:51:40 PM
EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm

i managed to do 250 sol at 100 watt like nicehash, but ncicehash was only 220 at the same wattage, so this is actually coded better

Your setting ? .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 07, 2016, 08:01:42 PM
EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm

i managed to do 250 sol at 100 watt like nicehash, but ncicehash was only 220 at the same wattage, so this is actually coded better

Your setting ? .

120 core 55 tdp 400 mem

on pool side the earning is not right, are we sure the dev fee is 2% only?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Allmessedup on December 07, 2016, 08:02:33 PM
Running 2b on my msi 970 with latest driver 376.19 and power state on GPU set to 0, I'm getting 175 SOL.  This is pretty impressive.  Thanks for your work.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 08:07:47 PM
EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm

i managed to do 250 sol at 100 watt like nicehash, but ncicehash was only 220 at the same wattage, so this is actually coded better

Your setting ? .

120 core 55 tdp 400 mem

on pool side the earning is not right, are e sure the dev fee is 2% only?


I see hashrate in miner 1:1 on suprnova


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 07, 2016, 08:11:51 PM
On Nanopool the hashrate and profit is also in line with the miner for me - using 6 hour averages. This is great work! Thanks! EWBF! :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: harmach on December 07, 2016, 08:16:25 PM
Nicehash Miner v1.0.2d vs EWBF's CUDA Zec miner 0.0.1b

I got 155 sols/s with Nvidia GTX 980 ref card / win 10 64bit ...

You have something not right, i have with nicehash v1.0.2d win 7 64bit 195 sols/s gtx 980 stock, EWBF doing 170 sol/s

P0 state enabled?

what the miners reporting im not worry about that ...


Have you enabled power state 0 (P0)? If your memory speed is 3005 you are in P2 state which is slower in some memory hard algos.

P0 State on GTX980 gave me 210~215 Sol/s 1404 gpu / 3814 mem 74C on W8 (W10 had me some hash trouble on miner). using 376.09 nvidia driver

Now checking stability on long run
https://s15.postimg.org/pnmjnz55n/nvidia_980_gtx.jpg

NOTE: up to 215~218 on v0.02... Nice work!!!!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: k0stas on December 07, 2016, 08:32:27 PM
Very good miner 162sol/s only 74w gtx1060 3GB

https://s5.postimg.org/saq231grr/Capture8.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: scryptr on December 07, 2016, 08:34:26 PM
"SOME THEREAD IS DEAD RESTART" --

I received the above message in the console window after 2-3 hours.  The mispelling of "thread" was quoted from the message; the miner hung and required a restart.  Since there was no timestamp on the console window, I don't know how long the miner was idle.

I went back to mining with EQM.    The miner outperforms NiceHash EQM, but I notice that when I mine CryptoNight on the CPU, and Equihash with this new miner, this new miner gets 220-230Sols/s rather than the 210-220Sols/s with the EQM miner (while also mining CryptoNight on the CPU).  However, if I do not mine CryptoNight on the CPU, the new ZEC miner gets 260Sols/s mining ZEC.  The GPU involved is a GTX 980ti.

Still a few bugs in v1.0.2b.  Hope they get bashed!       --scryptr


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: zunomiljan on December 07, 2016, 08:36:29 PM
At this moment it is better to mine ETH, but i wish to support your work, so i will mine with 2-rigs 1070 for couple days.
http://i.imgur.com/ZOb8UaD.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 07, 2016, 08:41:31 PM
"SOME THEREAD IS DEAD RESTART" --

I received the above message in the console window after 2-3 hours.  The mispelling of "thread" was quoted from the message; the miner hung and required a restart.  Since there was no timestamp on the console window, I don't know how long the miner was idle.

I went back to mining with EQM.    The miner outperforms NiceHash EQM, but I notice that when I mine CryptoNight on the CPU, and Equihash with this new miner, this new miner gets 220-230Sols/s rather than the 210-220Sols/s with the EQM miner (while also mining CryptoNight on the CPU).  However, if I do not mine CryptoNight on the CPU, the new ZEC miner gets 260Sols/s mining ZEC.  The GPU involved is a GTX 980ti.

Still a few bugs in v1.0.2b.  Hope they get bashed!       --scryptr
The CPU is probably used to solve the final round. The author is not responding on my Linux query so assume sporadic support.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: antantti on December 07, 2016, 08:52:24 PM
P0 state enabled?

Have you enabled power state 0 (P0)? If your memory speed is 3005 you are in P2 state which is slower in some memory hard algos.

P0 State on GTX980 gave me 210~215 Sol/s 1404 gpu / 3814 mem 74C on W8 (W10 had me some hash trouble on miner). using 376.09 nvidia driver

NOTE: up to 215~218 on v0.02... Nice work!!!!

Ok, try to limit your tdp + overclock your memory to 4000 or higher, you will find your sweetspot.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: topgeek on December 07, 2016, 08:58:16 PM
1080 - 319 sols
1050ti - 114 sols

Thanks EWBF!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 07, 2016, 09:00:35 PM
EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm

i managed to do 250 sol at 100 watt like nicehash, but ncicehash was only 220 at the same wattage, so this is actually coded better

Your setting ? .

120 core 55 tdp 400 mem

on pool side the earning is not right, are e sure the dev fee is 2% only?


I see hashrate in miner 1:1 on suprnova

yeah the hash is right but not the final earning

On Nanopool the hashrate and profit is also in line with the miner for me - using 6 hour averages. This is great work! Thanks! EWBF! :)

what's your exact result, mine is 1500 sol only 0.017 zcash(0.0155 + 0.0015 in round earnings) in 3.5 hours...should have been 0.02 already


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 07, 2016, 09:09:11 PM
EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm

i managed to do 250 sol at 100 watt like nicehash, but ncicehash was only 220 at the same wattage, so this is actually coded better

Your setting ? .

120 core 55 tdp 400 mem

on pool side the earning is not right, are e sure the dev fee is 2% only?


I see hashrate in miner 1:1 on suprnova

yeah the hash is right but not the final earning

On Nanopool the hashrate and profit is also in line with the miner for me - using 6 hour averages. This is great work! Thanks! EWBF! :)

what's your exact result, mine is 1500 sol only 0.017 zcash(0.0155 + 0.0015 in round earnings) in 3.5 hours...should have been 0.02 already


You cannot reliably count that over 3 hours on prop pools, wait at least 24h to get luck variance out.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 07, 2016, 09:25:47 PM
Any comments on cpu usage?  Most of my rigs run celeron, will this underperform?  I won't be able to test until later tonight.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 07, 2016, 09:29:10 PM
Any comments on cpu usage?  Most of my rigs run celeron, will this underperform?  I won't be able to test until later tonight.

there is almost none CPU usage 5x 0170 on G1840


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 07, 2016, 09:29:26 PM
Looks good despite the miner not really putting out errors when you input a wrong syntax. You kinda have to guess and check to figure out what exactly wrong with it.

The miner is also not compatible with miningrigrentals.com. Please fix this. I actually don't think it's compatible with any pools that don't have bat files (the miner must mine on that specific pool for the dev and can't redirect to a new pool when it needs to).

The miner does use roughly ~13% more power then Nicehash measured at the wall.

The miner gets ~235sols on STOCK settings, 250 is with OCs.

So far have not gotten any crashes.


EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm

i managed to do 250 sol at 100 watt like nicehash, but ncicehash was only 220 at the same wattage, so this is actually coded better

Your setting ? .

120 core 55 tdp 400 mem

on pool side the earning is not right, are we sure the dev fee is 2% only?

When you tell someone your core speed the +120 DOES NOT HELP. All GPUs have different core frequencies. Where memory is the same, so +400 memory is the same on all cards. +120 core can be the difference between 1900mhz and 2190 depending on what the stock settings are for the card.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 07, 2016, 09:29:39 PM
EWBF behave totaly different
ewbf use a lot GPU power, depending on card near 90% tdp, Memory controller load is ~60%, memory use ~1.5Gb
nicehash use same 10-15% less power, memory load in 2x exe go up to 71%, memory use ~250mb per instance

I presume both have one or other parts done better, so in time i bet we can have more then 300sol (maybe even 400 with OC as 1070 is a lot bettern then AMD in blace algo calculations) on default 1070 or even more, at least more then AMD HW have atm

i managed to do 250 sol at 100 watt like nicehash, but ncicehash was only 220 at the same wattage, so this is actually coded better

Your setting ? .

120 core 55 tdp 400 mem

on pool side the earning is not right, are e sure the dev fee is 2% only?


I see hashrate in miner 1:1 on suprnova

yeah the hash is right but not the final earning

On Nanopool the hashrate and profit is also in line with the miner for me - using 6 hour averages. This is great work! Thanks! EWBF! :)

what's your exact result, mine is 1500 sol only 0.017 zcash(0.0155 + 0.0015 in round earnings) in 3.5 hours...should have been 0.02 already


You cannot reliably count that over 3 hours on prop pools, wait at least 24h to get luck variance out.

right in fact now it's on par, 0.026 on 4 hours, i've counted at least 0.007 every hour



120 core 55 tdp 400 mem

on pool side the earning is not right, are we sure the dev fee is 2% only?

When you tell someone your core speed the +120 DOES NOT HELP. All GPUs have different core frequencies. Where memory is the same, so +400 memory is the same on all cards. +120 core can be the difference between 1900mhz and 2190 depending on what the stock settings are for the card.

it's limited by the tdp anyway, which is 55%, final is 1720 core

just tried with 500 mem, give slightly better result


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 07, 2016, 09:30:53 PM
I'm curious how the Dev was able to get the 1080 to run faster than the 1070. This means something similar should be doable for ETH mining.  Dev, have you worked on an eth miner before?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ZenFr on December 07, 2016, 09:33:43 PM
linux version?
Asking for linux version too :-).
(an binary file if you don't want publish the sources)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: topgeek on December 07, 2016, 09:36:58 PM
I'm curious how the Dev was able to get the 1080 to run faster than the 1070. This means something similar should be doable for ETH mining.  Dev, have you worked on an eth miner before?

What he said!   8) 8) 8)

Please do an ETH miner that takes advantage of the 1080 as well :popcorn:


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 07, 2016, 09:50:28 PM
Yeah it looks like EWBF is GPU limited, that just mean some/lot optimization can be done on blace GPU code to make it faster, if 1080 is fater then 1070 with memory that have slow latency


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 07, 2016, 11:24:39 PM
I know you do not have to believe me but it is clean
Thank you........ how do you call out a card if you have more then 1 card and need to split the cards up? Thx


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 07, 2016, 11:26:40 PM
And what is the difference between version a and version b please. Thank you.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kondiomir on December 07, 2016, 11:26:45 PM
https://s23.postimg.org/ibrlvnskb/970.png

Getting about 190 Sol/s @EVGA GTX 970...
Not bad at all. :)


Is there any readme file to see the options ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 07, 2016, 11:51:17 PM
Getting thread exited with code 30 on one rig...memory issues?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 07, 2016, 11:55:14 PM
Whats the power usage? Did you try to underclock / reduce tdp. (-500 on the memory)
If I did my math correctly ... +500 is better with 77% tdp.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Zzsdr on December 07, 2016, 11:55:23 PM
Version 0.0.2b released. Fix for nicehash support. Bat file for suprnova. Another problems will be fix asap.

At Last...AWESOME WORK! THANK YOU!

GTX 1080 - 300+ H/s [2025/5103] 180-190W
GTX 1070 - 270+ H/s [2025/4101] 160W
GTX 970 - 180+ H/s [1402/3602] 170W

Stable so far on nicehash.

Good luck!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 08, 2016, 12:08:18 AM
Please add an intensity setting  -i    Thank you. Will try out tomorrow at suprnova.  :) Heck this may work on my vista. :D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 08, 2016, 12:17:49 AM
For some strange reason some GPUs just stop mining randomly. They don't crash, there isn't a driver reset, the program is still showing that they're hashing (even though you can verify they aren't doing anything with a monitoring program). I just saw this happen on one of my rigs. Restarting the miner fixes this, but it happens randomly and seemingly without reason.

Please add support for Miningrigrentals.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kondiomir on December 08, 2016, 12:21:16 AM
Should be working with miningrigrentals. It is not locked miner.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 08, 2016, 12:23:51 AM
Should be working with miningrigrentals. It is not locked miner.

I wouldn't be stating it doesn't work if it works.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 08, 2016, 01:13:08 AM
First I want to correct some errors. Then I make a version for Linux.

i kept getting an

Init error code -7

windows 10 Nvidia drivers 368
3x 980ti

somehting like that, forget the exact text
so im reinstalling drivers

used with and without  --cuda_devices 0 1 2

 Try 372.70 (most stable on my 950/960 cards) or perhaps 375.70 (most stable on my 1070s and good stability on my 950/960s).



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: antantti on December 08, 2016, 01:19:55 AM
Bensam, your analysis, where did this huge nvidia equihash go?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Eyedol-X on December 08, 2016, 01:26:53 AM
Anxious to try this out but I'm going to outline my thoughts

On one hand
  • I'm excited that someone new is developing a miner, welcome!
  • Awesome to see and hear about such great performance

On the other hand
  • Serious security questions I have on a possible 0-day release of something being packaged within the miner
  • No previous history or references to who this new person is, yes the developer has developed a great new miner but how do we the community know if it isn't doing something else?

Since Zcash is pretty much in the tank right now, I'll not risk it but watch this new product and hopefully some future miners closely :)

EWBF - How about an XMR CPU/GPU Miner? :D

Conspiracy theory: I wonder if Claymore couldn't develop this miner himself because of some kind of agreement so he created a new account? ;)



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 08, 2016, 01:28:10 AM
Latest drivers work like charm also folding@home is working again with it.
So nvidia polished the problems ...

 One reason I stuck with 375.70 - never had issues with F@H.

 "The latest and greatest" drivers have a bad habit of BREAKING stuff far too often - NVidia OR AMD/ATI....




Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 08, 2016, 01:37:39 AM
Dev great job. When do you take out your fees please. Could you give us some details.  Thx


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 08, 2016, 02:00:08 AM
Bensam, your analysis, where did this huge nvidia equihash go?

What huge Nvidia Equihash?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: rinasmichael on December 08, 2016, 02:43:45 AM
Device: 0 GeForce GTX 560 Ti Not compatible!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tc61 on December 08, 2016, 03:24:10 AM
Random Crashes...after a hour of running


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: crack888wei on December 08, 2016, 03:31:48 AM
dear sir:

k8 can not work,CUDA Toolkit 8.0 or CUDA Toolkit 7.5

I installed CUDA Toolkit 8.0

http://imgur.com/WiVvRZo



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 08, 2016, 03:38:57 AM
You don`t need Cuda toolkit just driver that support cuda 7.5 or 8.0, try newer driver


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: yoonline on December 08, 2016, 03:49:52 AM
650ti reporting 25 sols ._.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 08, 2016, 03:52:33 AM
Yeah, there are definite stability issues with the miner... It seems like it'll just occasionally drop GPUs. The miner shows they're still hashing, but they're not actually doing anything if you monitor them.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: meisner on December 08, 2016, 04:00:58 AM
make failover and watchdog


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: maxim000 on December 08, 2016, 04:11:40 AM
very unstable, do not possible to long time use


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: harmach on December 08, 2016, 05:06:46 AM
P0 state enabled?

Have you enabled power state 0 (P0)? If your memory speed is 3005 you are in P2 state which is slower in some memory hard algos.

P0 State on GTX980 gave me 210~215 Sol/s 1404 gpu / 3814 mem 74C on W8 (W10 had me some hash trouble on miner). using 376.09 nvidia driver

NOTE: up to 215~218 on v0.02... Nice work!!!!

Ok, try to limit your tdp + overclock your memory to 4000 or higher, you will find your sweetspot.
will check your tip, ty


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: obmen.es on December 08, 2016, 05:32:01 AM
miner write -  "lost connection with server. Try reconnect"

а not recconected  - very bad!!!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Velgelm on December 08, 2016, 05:39:52 AM
how to run it on nicehash ?

miner --server equihash.usa.nicehash.com --port 3357  --user xxx.yyy-pass zzz

cannot resolve server name


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 08, 2016, 05:48:41 AM
Pretty sure he has to write in the pools as it doesn't switch pools for the dev fee. So if the pool isn't listed it wont connect.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: obmen.es on December 08, 2016, 05:58:46 AM
coinmine don't reconnent


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 08, 2016, 06:36:36 AM
There are some stability issues. Two of my rigs went down throughout the night. One with error " Some threrad is dead restart / Thread exited with code: 0 and the second rig only detected new work and did not accept any share. Third rig is working with no problems.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: rednoW on December 08, 2016, 06:40:04 AM
how to run it on nicehash ?

miner --server equihash.usa.nicehash.com --port 3357  --user xxx.yyy-pass zzz

cannot resolve server name
I used example .bat file for nicehash provided in second version. It was for EU pool and works fine by now.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ylpkm on December 08, 2016, 06:49:46 AM
9 hours stable no issues on single gtx 1080 latest drivers. about 295-310 sols at 78% tdp with mem overclock


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ryen123 on December 08, 2016, 06:56:51 AM
Awesome. My GTX 950 OCed doing ~ 92 sol/s faster than nicehash eqm even when consider the devfee.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: decimate1405 on December 08, 2016, 07:21:40 AM
Mine shows "cannot connect to pool" everytime i run either flypool or nicehash. Please tell me how to fix this.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ryen123 on December 08, 2016, 08:10:08 AM
Mine shows "cannot connect to pool" everytime i run either flypool or nicehash. Please tell me how to fix this.

What's your batch file?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: crack888wei on December 08, 2016, 08:28:41 AM
You don`t need Cuda toolkit just driver that support cuda 7.5 or 8.0, try newer driver

try newer driver fail  ??? need Visual C++ or ......? I use a new computer sir。


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Velgelm on December 08, 2016, 08:49:20 AM
how to run it on nicehash ?

miner --server equihash.usa.nicehash.com --port 3357  --user xxx.yyy-pass zzz

cannot resolve server name
I used example .bat file for nicehash provided in second version. It was for EU pool and works fine by now.
nhqeminer 0.2a ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: du44 on December 08, 2016, 09:30:28 AM
Run 3x1070 at the night... at the morning see what 2 cards doing 0 sols... 290 sols / 0 sols / 0 sols
Need more stability and add current version of the miner to the main post.
Watchdog needed too... if see 0 sols - just restart miner
Two rigs with 6x1070 and 3x1070 work's fine all night


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: LOM on December 08, 2016, 09:39:39 AM
It worked well overnight, Thanks!  ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 08, 2016, 09:41:14 AM
Guys i don't know what u are doing.
My rig runs stable with heavy oc for the time since the miner was released.

I also use the latest drivers 376.19 WHQL on Windows 10. So I assume most of you have done something that makes the card unstable.
Since my cards with oc (GTx1080 +200 Core + 650 MHZ MEM / 1070 +150MHZ Core and 650 MEM (Micron)) I assume something is wrong with your cards.

So far i have to say this miner is the most flawless one i had for ZEC!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 08, 2016, 10:24:52 AM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 08, 2016, 10:43:48 AM
People with older computers like vista.. it won't work until he makes a build mcvs 2012. Or you upgrade to windows 7.

DEV would be nice if you make one build for windows vista plz.  mcvs 2012.  thx

And plz put an intensity setting in your builds. plz


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 08, 2016, 10:44:28 AM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Velgelm on December 08, 2016, 11:01:15 AM
you can try use Wine


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 08, 2016, 11:16:15 AM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Just read the thread your question has been answered already be some question of the same nature. Don't be lazy man.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 08, 2016, 11:17:24 AM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Linux version will be later when i fix current bugs.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 08, 2016, 11:19:42 AM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Linux version will be later when i fix current bugs.

You make these lazy dudes a too easy life! You already wrote that 3-4 times before. Its not your fault if they are to dumb or lazy to use the Search or going through the thread.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ZenFr on December 08, 2016, 11:23:37 AM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Just read the thread your question has been answered already be some question of the same nature. Don't be lazy man.
I read all the thead and can't find any answer.
The first reply to this question is after your post.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ZenFr on December 08, 2016, 11:24:14 AM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Linux version will be later when i fix current bugs.
Ok, thanks.
Hope it'll be soon :-).


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Lucky - Luciano on December 08, 2016, 11:27:53 AM
miner write -  "lost connection with server. Try reconnect"

а not recconected  - very bad!!!
Same with me.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dafyk on December 08, 2016, 11:33:50 AM
Is it possible to set custom threads/blocks vlaues like in nheqminer or eqm? I am getting 28sol from old nvidia quadro k620, using eqm miner with 64block and 128threads i am getting 30sol


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 08, 2016, 11:36:58 AM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Just read the thread your question has been answered already be some question of the same nature. Don't be lazy man.
I read all the thead and can't find any answer.
The first reply to this question is after your post.

Are you blind?
Post 26 2nd page of this thread..maybe buddha should give you 3rd eye?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17109141#msg17109141


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bucketofsocks on December 08, 2016, 11:39:23 AM
on my 5x1070 rig gpu 0 is stuck at 80sols, all the others are way over 200, clocks and power settings are identical on all cards, any ideas?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: richx on December 08, 2016, 11:52:38 AM
on my 5x1070 rig gpu 0 is stuck at 80sols, all the others are way over 200, clocks and power settings are identical on all cards, any ideas?


close all other programs will be ok. don't use "windows remote desktop".


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jonesskill on December 08, 2016, 12:06:08 PM
Any way to connect this miner on mining rig rentals?



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ZenFr on December 08, 2016, 12:42:08 PM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Just read the thread your question has been answered already be some question of the same nature. Don't be lazy man.
I read all the thead and can't find any answer.
The first reply to this question is after your post.

Are you blind?
Post 26 2nd page of this thread..maybe buddha should give you 3rd eye?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17109141#msg17109141
That is that I said.
Your link is for the question, not the answer : first answer was after you post.

Not very important : yet we have the answer :-).


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 08, 2016, 12:56:59 PM
He answered just a few posts later ..oh buddha please let it rain eyes, brains and the will to find information ... but yeah i'm here to enlighten even the blindest person.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17110124#msg17110124 for my blind fellow..so please stop asking again and again and again..this makes me really sick don't be lazy do gather the information yourself..i'm not your mommy.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 08, 2016, 01:50:30 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 08, 2016, 01:52:40 PM
Any way to connect this miner on mining rig rentals?



Connect to mining rig rentals is a good idea. Right now this is not work but i make this possible in future versions.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 08, 2016, 01:58:21 PM
Please add per gpu controls and possibly intensity.  I think I have one problematic gpu but can't figure out which one because the system just locks up upon startup...even when I down clock memory and clock all the way.

For this one rig, I usually have to start my lbry miner, get the cards going a bit, and then close, and start this miner.  If I start this miner off the bat, it just locks up.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 08, 2016, 02:32:50 PM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Linux version will be later when i fix current bugs.

You make these lazy dudes a too easy life! You already wrote that 3-4 times before. Its not your fault if they are to dumb or lazy to use the Search or going through the thread.
Is my post in any way insulting you, fellow? Why you have to be so rude for something that you have no clue? I wrote the author PM and I am expecting an answer from him. This was just a reminder about my query. Besides(fix some bugs and then linux) does not provide me with ETA, does it? Please keep calm and be polite.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 08, 2016, 03:09:29 PM
I confirm the problem with stopping miner. Fix will be soon.
Please respond to my query about Linux version. Thank you.

Linux version will be later when i fix current bugs.

You make these lazy dudes a too easy life! You already wrote that 3-4 times before. Its not your fault if they are to dumb or lazy to use the Search or going through the thread.
Is my post in any way insulting you, fellow? Why you have to be so rude for something that you have no clue? I wrote the author PM and I am expecting an answer from him. This was just a reminder about my query. Besides(fix some bugs and then linux) does not provide me with ETA, does it? Please keep calm and be polite.

No not you..why the hell nobody learns to get and follow up the proper way. I just told this other guy you asked already.-.no you get it..is that so hard .. thats all i did not said you annoy me or such. Stop reading anything that isn't there!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: alrami on December 08, 2016, 03:18:23 PM
Good start and pretty hash,.
Thank you.

my rigs starts rejects after a 10-15 minutes (some times later)
I will look forward for a new version with a bugfix.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: rednoW on December 08, 2016, 04:22:27 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

3 instances trick is even better )) but gpu load never goes above 95% still ...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 08, 2016, 04:45:44 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

3 instances trick is even better )) but gpu load never goes above 95% still ...

Are you running all the instances on all cards, or 2 2 2?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 08, 2016, 05:02:40 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

3 instances trick is even better )) but gpu load never goes above 95% still ...

i was going to try it, but i was wondering that maybe the boost wasn't too high the more instancez you run


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 08, 2016, 05:14:53 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

How do you get 1700 core at such low TDP? My card always falls to 1550 with high OC.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 08, 2016, 05:18:27 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

How do you get 1700 core at such low TDP? My card always falls to 1550 with high OC.

your core is set at +120?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 08, 2016, 05:20:50 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

How do you get 1700 core at such low TDP? My card always falls to 1550 with high OC.

your core is set at +120?

+196. With more OC the card starts to be unstable. Also for me it does not seem that three instances do better than two :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: gpuminer0 on December 08, 2016, 05:23:37 PM
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For example, if you can get it to 150 hash/s, then with my hashpower, you can take a 5 or 10% mining fee, and i can make you about $5000, and potentially much more in the near future (could be $50,000 + ) .

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Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 08, 2016, 05:27:25 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

How do you get 1700 core at such low TDP? My card always falls to 1550 with high OC.

your core is set at +120?

+196. With more OC the card starts to be unstable. Also for me it does not seem that three instances do better than two :)

yeah same, 3 is not better than two, it's worse or on par at best

dunno about the core maybe it's because of the model, i have g1 gaming


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 08, 2016, 05:55:51 PM
what stable memory OC are you guys seeing on 1080s? I'm going at 4811...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: BeneQ on December 08, 2016, 06:32:24 PM
EVGA FTW 1080 2100MHz / 5400MHz   328 Sols   max  334 - minimum 322


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: rednoW on December 08, 2016, 06:32:33 PM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

How do you get 1700 core at such low TDP? My card always falls to 1550 with high OC.

your core is set at +120?

+196. With more OC the card starts to be unstable. Also for me it does not seem that three instances do better than two :)

yeah same, 3 is not better than two, it's worse or on par at best

dunno about the core maybe it's because of the model, i have g1 gaming

I think it depends on what cpu you have. With powerful cpu it can be good enough to run 2 instances but I have lousy Athlon x2 socket am2))


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 08, 2016, 06:34:50 PM
Version 0.0.3b released.
Fixed some situations where a miner stopped, and did not do anything


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 08, 2016, 07:07:59 PM
How about a Linux version?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Vita1ico on December 08, 2016, 07:13:12 PM
0.0.3b Miner also closed after a few minutes.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 08, 2016, 07:22:23 PM
0.0.3b Miner also closed after a few minutes.

Please more information os, cards, pool, driver, miner log.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 08, 2016, 07:30:54 PM
How about a Linux version?

maybe tomorrow


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 08, 2016, 07:33:21 PM
I have loop command in bat and disabled windows error pop up, if it close that would be a lot better then to frezz, but no issue so far after update


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Vita1ico on December 08, 2016, 07:38:06 PM

Please more information os, cards, pool, driver, miner log.
w10 x64 3x1070AMP! zcash.flypool.org 375.70 , no miner log , before closing the red line in miner -ERROR,restart...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: topgeek on December 08, 2016, 07:40:32 PM
Thanks for the update EWBF!
I was having the "random stop" issue as well.
Just upgrade to 0.3b and testing now.

cheers!
Ed
p.s. GTX1080 + GTX1050ti


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: k0stas on December 08, 2016, 07:50:57 PM
Running the miner over 24 hours without any problem i made some changes GPU clock 1731 Mhz memory +480 at 4484 Mhz
and power 50% i get about 177Sol/s at 85watt.

https://s5.postimg.org/skk90j86f/Capture9.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: qqqq on December 08, 2016, 08:05:34 PM
Running good on rig with two 970 and rig with 1080.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Bogartus1976 on December 08, 2016, 08:06:36 PM
Hi Guys,

i7 + Nvidia860M - 52 Sol/s on Suprnova :) Working.

thx!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Slava_K on December 08, 2016, 08:43:18 PM
4 litle rigs, no stops, no hangs, all good. PLZ  more speedup... :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: liomojo1 on December 08, 2016, 08:46:41 PM
Anyone on a WiFi connection, My router freezes after an hour or two after mining and the only new thing is this miner! What could be the issue? It was working for months ok?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 08, 2016, 08:49:14 PM
Anyone on a WiFi connection, My router freezes after an hour or two after mining and the only new thing is this miner! What could be the issue? It was working for months ok?

never trust a wifi, for me it worked with one AP , with 2x AP it was mayhem ....


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 08, 2016, 08:52:35 PM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lucasan123 on December 08, 2016, 09:01:45 PM
i'm getting 235 sols with gtx 980 ti but it crashes


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 08, 2016, 09:22:55 PM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

How do you change the Vcore with EVGA card? :) I have tried all kinds of versions of software and it is locked everywhere. Once i go TDP under 55% i cannot go over 1600MHZ on the GPU.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 08, 2016, 09:29:58 PM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

How do you change the Vcore with EVGA card? :) I have tried all kinds of versions of software and it is locked everywhere. Once i go TDP under 55% i cannot go over 1600MHZ on the GPU.

Hey :) i use MSI afterburner because EVGA tool isn't good and also don't support 6x gpu's only 4x :) you can with it either set % of added vcore for stability or do your own vcore curve for stability during automatic throttling of gpu frequency, in afterburner option you have voltage unlock, it'll let you play with them after that :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 08, 2016, 09:44:56 PM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

How do you change the Vcore with EVGA card? :) I have tried all kinds of versions of software and it is locked everywhere. Once i go TDP under 55% i cannot go over 1600MHZ on the GPU.

Hey :) i use MSI afterburner because EVGA tool isn't good and also don't support 6x gpu's only 4x :) you can with it either set % of added vcore for stability or do your own vcore curve for stability during automatic throttling of gpu frequency, in afterburner option you have voltage unlock, it'll let you play with them after that :)

Thanks will try! :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: topgeek on December 08, 2016, 10:14:08 PM
EW:  with the new version 0.3:

GTX1080 ran about 2 hours and then:

https://snag.gy/mgbj6O.jpg


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 08, 2016, 10:20:49 PM
EW:  with the new version 0.3:

GTX1080 ran about 2 hours and then:

https://snag.gy/mgbj6O.jpg
This is what happened to me with 0.2 version, but now it works fine for quite long hours.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xxcsu on December 08, 2016, 10:22:12 PM
Version 0.0.3b released.
Fixed some situations where a miner stopped, and did not do anything

it would be great if you can post all the update information , change logs with dates in your first post of this topic :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 09, 2016, 12:06:05 AM
Can you slowly initialize the GPUs when starting the miner? I have a rig that craps out immediately when I run the miner, right after boot.  But if i run a different miner (LBRY cuda miner) for a minute, and then turn yours on, it works.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 09, 2016, 12:13:16 AM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio
I'm getting 270 s/s on my 1070 75% tdp... mem +400...core 1950.

Amph are you talking about 2 instances with 1 worker or 2 with separate workers?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reelen on December 09, 2016, 12:19:14 AM
Getting 300~ sols with GTX 1080, not a crash in 4+ hours.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 09, 2016, 12:43:24 AM
with the 2 instances trick, 1700 core, 4300 mem, 55 tdp, i get 255 sol per gpu(1070) at 700 watt total, whole system with 3 fan 14mm, each gpu is hashing at 100watt

fucking efficient above 2:1 ratio

How do you get 1700 core at such low TDP? My card always falls to 1550 with high OC.

your core is set at +120?

+196. With more OC the card starts to be unstable. Also for me it does not seem that three instances do better than two :)

yeah same, 3 is not better than two, it's worse or on par at best

dunno about the core maybe it's because of the model, i have g1 gaming

I think it depends on what cpu you have. With powerful cpu it can be good enough to run 2 instances but I have lousy Athlon x2 socket am2))
Yes..I have some 750ti's and on a 2 core I get 25 s/s...on a 4 core I get 50 s/s.
I think he can get it up to 65 s/s.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 09, 2016, 01:19:02 AM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b
Hi I don't see where you can add command  -h  and intensity.  Is the intensity command -i  ?  Thx


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: blzflkn on December 09, 2016, 02:42:43 AM
I'm pulling in 12 sol/s on a gt 730, compute 3.5

All I can say is, thank you so very much for making it possible to mine this; all other Zcash miners wouldn't work on my card in cuda mode. I was only able to get them working in open CL, doing a pathetic 1-2 sol/s.

Huge shame that this wasn't out when earnings would have been decent, but massive thanks still for giving older cards like mine something to work with finally.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: induktor on December 09, 2016, 03:14:20 AM
Anyone on a WiFi connection, My router freezes after an hour or two after mining and the only new thing is this miner! What could be the issue? It was working for months ok?
try disable UPNP on the router, most home router's UPNP implementations are beyond bad


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 09, 2016, 05:44:45 AM
Looks like stability on 0.3b is quite a bit better then earlier versions.

Curiously is there anyway you can check whether or not this miner is OCL or CUDA?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 09, 2016, 05:50:23 AM
Looks like stability on 0.3b is quite a bit better then earlier versions.

Curiously is there anyway you can check whether or not this miner is OCL or CUDA?

I would be surprised for it to be OpenCL, CUDA algo always work alot better on nvidia cards than OpenCL.

Nvidia SMI

Code:

C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVSMI>nvidia-smi
Fri Dec 09 07:09:02 2016
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| NVIDIA-SMI 375.70                 Driver Version: 375.70                    |
|-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
| GPU  Name            TCC/WDDM | Bus-Id        Disp.A | Volatile Uncorr. ECC |
| Fan  Temp  Perf  Pwr:Usage/Cap|         Memory-Usage | GPU-Util  Compute M. |
|===============================+======================+======================|
|   0  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:01:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
|  0%   48C    P2    70W /  92W |    869MiB /  8192MiB |     96%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   1  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:02:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
|  0%   51C    P2    90W /  92W |    766MiB /  8192MiB |     95%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   2  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:03:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
|  6%   55C    P2    90W /  92W |    766MiB /  8192MiB |     95%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   3  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:04:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
|  4%   54C    P2    91W /  92W |    766MiB /  8192MiB |     93%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   4  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:05:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
|  0%   48C    P2    94W /  92W |    766MiB /  8192MiB |     90%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   5  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:06:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
|  3%   53C    P2    91W /  92W |    766MiB /  8192MiB |     93%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+

+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Processes:                                                       GPU Memory |
|  GPU       PID  Type  Process name                               Usage      |
|=============================================================================|
|    0      3580    C   C:\MINING\ZecMiner\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    1      3580    C   C:\MINING\ZecMiner\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    2      3580    C   C:\MINING\ZecMiner\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    3      3580    C   C:\MINING\ZecMiner\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    4      3580    C   C:\MINING\ZecMiner\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    5      3580    C   C:\MINING\ZecMiner\miner.exe                 N/A      |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+


As you can see it's cuda-based ;) (little C in the type column), also dev say so in his topic title :)

Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b
Hi I don't see where you can add command  -h  and intensity.  Is the intensity command -i  ?  Thx

they can be added as switch  for the program, miner.exe -h would give the help  with the list of switch & how to use etc..., -i or -mi could be intensity and so on, could take examples on current other miners :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ryen123 on December 09, 2016, 06:20:43 AM
v0.0.3b seems good no more share rejects.
#Win10x64 #Driver376.09


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 09, 2016, 07:05:20 AM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

how can you reach 1800 core with only 50% tdp, when i'm at 1720 with 55%? it's because you increase the voltage? what is the voltage that is displayed?

BTW OP is this miner based on clymore, i see the same color and scheme for the hashing display...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kondiomir on December 09, 2016, 08:05:45 AM
on my 5x1070 rig gpu 0 is stuck at 80sols, all the others are way over 200, clocks and power settings are identical on all cards, any ideas?


My friend have the same strange problem.. Anyone solve it ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 09, 2016, 08:13:37 AM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

how can you reach 1800 core with only 50% tdp, when i'm at 1720 with 55%? it's because you increase the voltage? what is the voltage that is displayed?

BTW OP is this miner based on clymore, i see the same color and scheme for the hashing display...

All chips aren't created equal. They use different amounts of power to hit the same clocks. That's why listing your TDP is never comparable between cards even of the same make and model. Memory packages can also use less.

That being said FTW cards have a 6+8 pin power cluster, they can consume up to 240w. When the total TDP is different, you once again can't compare between different models from different manufacturers. TDP is different for lots of different cards, even on the same card and model it's a different number depending on the silicon.

Hey look this font is red, I must've copied code somewhere.


That being said I've almost gotten no crashes in .3b minus some OC issues. I'm pretty sure people aren't monitoring their GPUs. .2b silently crashed sometimes and it would look like it's doing work, when it's not. Reallllly big bug. I'm sure the mining elite is on the job though.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 09, 2016, 08:17:27 AM
May depend on the specific card model - one Gigabyte model I have a couple of increase the TDP from the 150ish "standard" to 180ish, and I wouldn't be supprised to see certain models from other manufacturers do the same thing.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 09, 2016, 08:26:29 AM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

how can you reach 1800 core with only 50% tdp, when i'm at 1720 with 55%? it's because you increase the voltage? what is the voltage that is displayed?

BTW OP is this miner based on clymore, i see the same color and scheme for the hashing display...

All chips aren't created equal. They use different amounts of power to hit the same clocks. That's why listing your TDP is never comparable between cards even of the same make and model. Memory packages can also use less.

That being said FTW cards have a 6+8 pin power cluster, they can consume up to 240w. When the total TDP is different, you once again can't compare between different models from different manufacturers. TDP is different for lots of different cards, even on the same card and model it's a different number depending on the silicon.

Hey look this font is red, I must've copied code somewhere.


That being said I've almost gotten no crashes in .3b minus some OC issues. I'm pretty sure people aren't monitoring their GPUs. .2b silently crashed sometimes and it would look like it's doing work, when it's not. Reallllly big bug. I'm sure the mining elite is on the job though.

not only the font, but everything, it look very akin to clymore to me, it's possible to do reverse engineering on clymore and than customize it for cuda

i know about different model, but if i don't have the same setting it's pointless to talk about the model, he has 30% more voltage, this can make the difference


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 09, 2016, 08:47:54 AM
Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job :)

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

how can you reach 1800 core with only 50% tdp, when i'm at 1720 with 55%? it's because you increase the voltage? what is the voltage that is displayed?

BTW OP is this miner based on clymore, i see the same color and scheme for the hashing display...

All chips aren't created equal. They use different amounts of power to hit the same clocks. That's why listing your TDP is never comparable between cards even of the same make and model. Memory packages can also use less.

That being said FTW cards have a 6+8 pin power cluster, they can consume up to 240w. When the total TDP is different, you once again can't compare between different models from different manufacturers. TDP is different for lots of different cards, even on the same card and model it's a different number depending on the silicon.

Hey look this font is red, I must've copied code somewhere.


That being said I've almost gotten no crashes in .3b minus some OC issues. I'm pretty sure people aren't monitoring their GPUs. .2b silently crashed sometimes and it would look like it's doing work, when it's not. Reallllly big bug. I'm sure the mining elite is on the job though.

not only the font, but everything, it look very akin to clymore to me, it's possible to do reverse engineering on clymore and than customize it for cuda

i know about different model, but if i don't have the same setting it's pointless to talk about the model, he has 30% more voltage, this can make the difference


Yes all cards behave differently, i do manual OC on each of them, only gave the average OC but they're all tuned up differently (a few vcore more or less here, a few more or less mhz, and so on) the FTW have 2 power connectors, overall the power is smoother on them (@ 50% tdp the variance is less than 1%), i think that's the reason you can OC this much on this low TDP, it seems just more stable. Rig is pretty new, still doing lots of testing :) (i've been lowering the vcore daily for example, after a good day of stable mining, to see how low it can go, i begun @50) i also have different profiles per miner, because some require more gpu clock, some more memory clock, or are more stable @ a certain setting, lots & lots of testing required to find the sweetest spot :)

I don't know about reversing claymore, he must have locked/encrypted it quite heavily to block reverse-engineering, i would think OP just took example on what was done out there :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: webgkv on December 09, 2016, 08:48:14 AM
How about version for macOS?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bucketofsocks on December 09, 2016, 11:38:02 AM
on my 5x1070 rig gpu 0 is stuck at 80sols, all the others are way over 200, clocks and power settings are identical on all cards, any ideas?


My friend have the same strange problem.. Anyone solve it ?

not yet, I've tried running multiple instances with no change, I've not using remote desktop as others have suggested, I have all my power limits turned down to about 60% and turning up the one card in question has no effect, if I turn all cards to default clocks and power limit I get 200 on gpu 0 but overall I get about 5% better hashrate for 50% higher power consumption

theres no help file or help command with this miner is there, are there any other command line parameters that can be specified? can you run it on only selected gpus? I'm wondering if it isn't misdetecting something but all gpus do appear to be loaded


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: t2yax on December 09, 2016, 11:56:48 AM
you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 09, 2016, 12:07:09 PM
you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 09, 2016, 12:37:13 PM
you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 09, 2016, 12:52:58 PM
Code:
Image PID Local Address Local Port Remote Address Remote Port Packet Loss (%) Latency (ms)
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54126 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54120 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54119 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54101 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54083 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54065 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54057 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54050 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54038 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54036 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54024 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53999 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53979 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53974 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53970 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53960 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53905 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53898 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53885 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53863 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53856 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53853 103.3.62.64 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54122 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54117 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54116 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54114 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54111 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54110 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54102 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54096 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54095 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54093 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54092 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54090 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54087 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54084 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54077 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54075 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54074 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54071 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54069 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54063 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54060 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54056 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54053 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54045 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54044 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54042 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54033 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54032 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54026 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54020 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54012 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54011 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54005 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54003 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53997 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53994 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53985 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53982 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53968 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53964 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53957 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53956 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53942 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53938 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53908 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53902 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53879 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53876 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53875 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53873 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53869 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53868 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53866 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53854 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53850 185.71.66.31 1666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53848 185.71.66.31 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54301 188.165.195.21 3333 0 17
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54315 198.251.88.37 16666 0 -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54144 198.251.88.37 16666 0 -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54138 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54137 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54135 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54125 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54107 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54104 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54098 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54086 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54081 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54080 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54068 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54062 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54041 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54039 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54035 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54029 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54017 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54009 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54006 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54002 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54000 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53996 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53991 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53988 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53977 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53973 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53965 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53962 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53959 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53950 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53948 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53945 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53904 198.251.88.37 16666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53865 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53862 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53860 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53851 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53847 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53846 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53792 198.251.88.37 6666 0 -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 50915 198.251.88.37 6666 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54143 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54142 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54134 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54132 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54131 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54129 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54128 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54123 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54113 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54108 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54105 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54099 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54089 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54078 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54072 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54066 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54059 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54054 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54051 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54048 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54047 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54030 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54027 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54023 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54021 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54018 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54015 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54014 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 54008 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53993 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53990 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53987 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53984 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53980 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53976 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53971 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53967 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53954 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53953 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53951 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53947 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53944 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53940 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53937 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53935 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53907 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53896 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53890 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53878 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53872 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53859 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53857 213.32.76.20 7007 - -
miner.exe 1816 192.168.1.85 53790 46.4.91.9         7007 - -


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 09, 2016, 12:53:35 PM
you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


Why you claim without any proof mh.. just to push again linux version how often you guys still want to ask?
Why not use SA instead of claiming, accusing or push..this is very ..annoying.. what you are doing..


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: topgeek on December 09, 2016, 01:19:05 PM
I reset my cards to default (removing the slight overclock I was running) and both the GTX1080 and GTX1050ti ran all night problem free.

Thanks EWBF!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 09, 2016, 01:33:14 PM
you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 09, 2016, 01:45:59 PM
you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.

Your question about linux? Linux version will be soon today or tommorow.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 09, 2016, 01:50:40 PM
you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.

Your question about linux? Linux version will be soon today or tommorow.
Thank you!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: mo35 on December 09, 2016, 01:54:05 PM
you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.
so far i noticed only following , it uses two ports flypool 3333 and 198.251.88.37:16666 wich is antiddos service provider https://anti-ddos.pro , so most probably some pools antiddos protection where devfee mining goes , nothing yet out of ordinary.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 09, 2016, 02:01:02 PM
Ran overnight without issues either! 

Dev, we are excited and ready to push our cards and Equihash even further!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kavjlaeg on December 09, 2016, 02:05:02 PM
0.0.3b
miningrigrentals.com not connected (((
 
start bat
miner --server eu-01.miningrigrentals.com --user kavjlaeg.35273 --pass x --port 3333
 
answer
ERROR: Lost connection with the server. Attempt reconnect...

ps
nicehash ok, ~290sol on 1070


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 09, 2016, 02:33:17 PM
0.0.3b
miningrigrentals.com not connected (((
 
start bat
miner --server eu-01.miningrigrentals.com --user kavjlaeg.35273 --pass x --port 3333
 
answer
ERROR: Lost connection with the server. Attempt reconnect...

ps
nicehash ok, ~290sol on 1070

he's aware that its not working on miningrigrentals, please search the thread before posting duplicative comments.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dafyk on December 09, 2016, 05:55:51 PM
I'm pulling in 12 sol/s on a gt 730, compute 3.5

On windows 10 with cuda toolkit 8.0 installed and using 375.86 diver i am getting "CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GT 730 Not compatible!"  :-[


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xxcsu on December 09, 2016, 06:24:50 PM
Im still using Zec miner 0.0.2b , running rock stable in the past 48 hours , the miner reported hash rate is almost the same what the reported rate on flypool ...
Zec miner 0.0.2b 160-165 sol/s
flypool : 163.3 sol/s average for the past 24 hours

win 10/64bit / reference gtx 980 / nVidia driver : 375.63 / stock settings


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kavjlaeg on December 09, 2016, 07:59:38 PM

he's aware that its not working on miningrigrentals, please search the thread before posting duplicative comments.

you are not right :/
This miner is working with the miningrigrental pool.
The miningrigrental pool have start port is 3333, after connect to the pool, it assigns you a NEW working port.
You must specify a working port in *.bat

ps, my working *.bat
miner --server eu-01.miningrigrentals.com --user kavjlaeg.35273 --pass x --port 50435


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: blzflkn on December 10, 2016, 04:09:47 AM
I'm pulling in 12 sol/s on a gt 730, compute 3.5

On windows 10 with cuda toolkit 8.0 installed and using 375.86 diver i am getting "CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GT 730 Not compatible!�"  :-[

Win 7 with 375.70 driver for me. Cuda 8.0 installed as well.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: JKRex on December 10, 2016, 04:54:59 AM
very low power consumption :)

1070 g1 gaming =252 sols/s [126 sols/s x2 exe] (@55% tdp 1700mhz/4300mhz) 
1070 palit jetstream =246 sols/s [123 sols/s x2 exe] (@60% tdp 1657mhz/4300mhz) 


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dtawom on December 10, 2016, 05:49:31 AM
Any chance you could add cuda 2.0+ support to your next revision?  I suspect that my 580 rig would do pretty well with your miner.

BTW your miner is awesome, the 2% is well worth it, I've not got your miner running on three of my machines which were only getting @ 80 h/s per machine with Silentarmy v5.  Now I'm getting @ 200 h/s per machine.

Before my R9 fury's were the best h/s with Claymore, but now with your miner the best h/s per watt efficiency looks like the 1080, but the 1070 seems to be the better buy when you consider up front cost.

Anyway thanks again for an epic miner.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 10, 2016, 06:05:40 AM
Pls don`t say its low power consumption, I measured some ETH, LBC and nicehash ethash...

ewbf use most power for GPU so far, sure you can undervolt but miner is depending on speed of GPU and memory, heavy OC can do 290-300 on 1070 maybe even over 310 but that would be insane TDP and clock


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: JL97786 on December 10, 2016, 06:33:43 AM
How is the rate on the pool. Confirmed? 333SOl/s will make it faster than the nicehashminer and the claymore miner on AMD cards.. (new world record)
Yeah, almost, I have both Fury X and GTX 1080...I got 330 on Fury X on claymore 8.0, and the claymore 9.1 bumps it to 367. But this does become the new efficiency king though, both in terms of power and memory bandwidth. The nicehash eqm is truly garbage for GTX 1080, they got bad sol/s on gTX 1080 and only know how to say GDDR5X is bad and so on. But I don't know why, I can't move my GTX 1080 core clock up when using this moner at this point, maybe I should reinstall driver later. Only getting 260 Sol/s with my GTX 1080, but I don't know if all the troubles came from putting AMD and Nvidia in the same machine lol. Also interesting is that whenever I run miner on GTX 1080, my screen's response becomes ridiculously slow, like almost half second lag :(


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 10, 2016, 06:58:39 AM
Pls don`t say its low power consumption, I measured some ETH, LBC and nicehash ethash...

ewbf use most power for GPU so far, sure you can undervolt but miner is depending on speed of GPU and memory, heavy OC can do 290-300 on 1070 maybe even over 310 but that would be insane TDP and clock

well heavy oc is normal to have insane power but at stock the power is not high at all, you should not consider OC environment when doing consumption test


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 10, 2016, 07:42:54 AM
EWBF how much more performance do you think you can squeeze out of 1070s? Do you believe there is a lot of room left for optimizations? Do you have plans for continuing to increase performance in newer versions of your miner?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 10, 2016, 08:30:47 AM
Pls don`t say its low power consumption, I measured some ETH, LBC and nicehash ethash...

ewbf use most power for GPU so far, sure you can undervolt but miner is depending on speed of GPU and memory, heavy OC can do 290-300 on 1070 maybe even over 310 but that would be insane TDP and clock

well heavy oc is normal to have insane power but at stock the power is not high at all, yuou should not consider OC environment when doing consumption test

its same on default, just turbo will boost a lot less because of TDP and temp limit then ETH and LBC, i hope some more GPU work optimization can be done.
Also I hope ~350sol for 1070 in future :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 10, 2016, 10:02:19 AM
Pls don`t say its low power consumption, I measured some ETH, LBC and nicehash ethash...

ewbf use most power for GPU so far, sure you can undervolt but miner is depending on speed of GPU and memory, heavy OC can do 290-300 on 1070 maybe even over 310 but that would be insane TDP and clock

well heavy oc is normal to have insane power but at stock the power is not high at all, yuou should not consider OC environment when doing consumption test

its same on default, just turbo will boost a lot less because of TDP and temp limit then ETH and LBC, i hope some more GPU work optimization can be done.
Also I hope ~350sol for 1070 in future :)

 I'd not bet that - ZEC doesn't seem to be QUITE as memory-system limited as ETH is, but it's definitely not completely compute-bound and the 1070 doesn't have a faster memory system than the top-end RX 480s.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on December 10, 2016, 10:07:38 AM
Pls don`t say its low power consumption, I measured some ETH, LBC and nicehash ethash...

ewbf use most power for GPU so far, sure you can undervolt but miner is depending on speed of GPU and memory, heavy OC can do 290-300 on 1070 maybe even over 310 but that would be insane TDP and clock

well heavy oc is normal to have insane power but at stock the power is not high at all, yuou should not consider OC environment when doing consumption test

its same on default, just turbo will boost a lot less because of TDP and temp limit then ETH and LBC, i hope some more GPU work optimization can be done.
Also I hope ~350sol for 1070 in future :)

 I'd not bet that - ZEC doesn't seem to be QUITE as memory-system limited as ETH is, but it's definitely not completely compute-bound and the 1070 doesn't have a faster memory system than the top-end RX 480s.



the 1080 is now faster than the 1070 on equihash, so global memory dependency is almost gone.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jk_14 on December 10, 2016, 10:44:18 AM
Your question about linux? Linux version will be soon today or tommorow.


we are waiting... :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 10, 2016, 11:10:17 AM
Your question about linux? Linux version will be soon today or tommorow.


we are waiting... :)

We are aware that he said when time comes there will be.
So please stop asking over and over again... be patient and wait.,


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 10, 2016, 11:59:53 AM
New version plus linux. Info in first post.
Stock clocks:
https://s29.postimg.org/pi84pjusn/Screenshot_2016_12_10_04_08_52.jpg


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 10, 2016, 12:07:24 PM
EWBF how much more performance do you think you can squeeze out of 1070s? Do you believe there is a lot of room left for optimizations? Do you have plans for continuing to increase performance in newer versions of your miner?

If just optimize algorythm then 3 - 10%


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 10, 2016, 12:27:55 PM
New version plus linux. Info in first post.
Stock clocks:
https://s29.postimg.org/pi84pjusn/Screenshot_2016_12_10_04_08_52.jpg

this version has some form of boost over the others? or just linux and bug fixes?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 10, 2016, 12:29:36 PM
just linux and bug fixes


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Rastamany on December 10, 2016, 12:51:05 PM
Thanks!!
Work fine (for now  ;)) on Ubuntu 16.04 and GTX 750 Ti stock @ 58 sol/s for 38W on Dwarfpool.com


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 10, 2016, 12:51:46 PM
Any chance you could add cuda 2.0+ support to your next revision?  I suspect that my 580 rig would do pretty well with your miner.

BTW your miner is awesome, the 2% is well worth it, I've not got your miner running on three of my machines which were only getting @ 80 h/s per machine with Silentarmy v5.  Now I'm getting @ 200 h/s per machine.

Before my R9 fury's were the best h/s with Claymore, but now with your miner the best h/s per watt efficiency looks like the 1080, but the 1070 seems to be the better buy when you consider up front cost.

Anyway thanks again for an epic miner.
Compiled for comute 2.0 but i have not tested it.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiMDN6bUhPYTNOcTg (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiMDN6bUhPYTNOcTg)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 10, 2016, 12:58:26 PM
Thanks!!
Work fine (for now  ;)) on Ubuntu 16.04 and GTX 750 Ti stock @ 58 sol/s for 38W on Dwarfpool.com

It is bad comaitible with dwarf right now.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Rastamany on December 10, 2016, 01:03:50 PM
Thanks!!
Work fine (for now  ;)) on Ubuntu 16.04 and GTX 750 Ti stock @ 58 sol/s for 38W on Dwarfpool.com

It is bad comaitible with dwarf right now.

For now, apparently it work! Have you seen a problem with Dwarfpool?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kell234 on December 10, 2016, 01:11:58 PM
С каким ключем запустить, чтобы только определенная карта из нескольких работала? как я понял, разраб же русский)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: snurfel on December 10, 2016, 01:22:01 PM
--cuda_devices 0 1 2 3


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 10, 2016, 01:53:46 PM
I see some 3-4% on 1070

Still GPU usage is 92-94% like any cuda zcash miner to date, no one managed to get 100% with one instances far, that why i believe in future we might see more nice speed gains over AMD at least :)

would be nice to see that, AMD miners are using any mean to say NV is crap, we need it to prove them wrong  ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kell234 on December 10, 2016, 02:14:37 PM
https://i.gyazo.com/7c1c00a4339802945d7da6d42e0a42e3.png
Not bad 300+ sol  1070 amp Etreme


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tc61 on December 10, 2016, 02:32:24 PM
What are your OC setting?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 10, 2016, 03:00:05 PM
Pls don`t say its low power consumption, I measured some ETH, LBC and nicehash ethash...

ewbf use most power for GPU so far, sure you can undervolt but miner is depending on speed of GPU and memory, heavy OC can do 290-300 on 1070 maybe even over 310 but that would be insane TDP and clock

well heavy oc is normal to have insane power but at stock the power is not high at all, yuou should not consider OC environment when doing consumption test

its same on default, just turbo will boost a lot less because of TDP and temp limit then ETH and LBC, i hope some more GPU work optimization can be done.
Also I hope ~350sol for 1070 in future :)

 I'd not bet that - ZEC doesn't seem to be QUITE as memory-system limited as ETH is, but it's definitely not completely compute-bound and the 1070 doesn't have a faster memory system than the top-end RX 480s.

MCU is at 56%... Plenty of available memory overhead to use (this number actually went down while speeds went up from EQM miner to this). Also plenty of GPU processing power to use as we haven't hit TDPs yet.

A 1070 is about 40% faster then a 480 when it comes to compute power. Look at some video game benchmarks or algos that aren't memory limited. There is a lot more potential in these cards.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: blackjec on December 10, 2016, 03:12:07 PM
Don't start on GTX 750 with 1GB  >:(

Code:
+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.4b |
+---------------------------------+
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 750, 978 MB Too little memory.
Suitable devices not found!

Ubuntu 16.04.1, drivers 367.57, CUDA 7.5


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xryan on December 10, 2016, 03:31:12 PM
ca 60H/s on GTX 770 2 GB


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: moosetech on December 10, 2016, 03:39:05 PM
 anybody monitoring outbound traffic on this miner? Is it ok to assume that it's safe now?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Tuner77 on December 10, 2016, 03:43:14 PM
the 1080 is now faster than the 1070 on equihash, so global memory dependency is almost gone.

Anyone have screenshots of *poolside* 24hr hash rate with gtx 1080?

I see 300+ minerside comments, which usually means 275 shares on pool, which is $1.43 at 24hr 978k difficulty. Hard to even bother switching over from my "dark ages" backup coin (mine when low diff, sell when high price strategy).

Glad I only have a single 1080 in my primary gaming/movie/bedroom computer. ROI on my 7x470 garage rig is 300% higher (for now).


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 10, 2016, 03:45:46 PM
Got a nice little boost from v4...maybe about 3-5%. Keep em coming!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lucasan123 on December 10, 2016, 03:46:44 PM
i'm getting too many errors while mining zdash


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 10, 2016, 03:51:31 PM
anybody monitoring outbound traffic on this miner? Is it ok to assume that it's safe now?

you mean leik2 post..he was just accusing without fact or proof. He is just a mad cow that didn't got Linux version fast enough to eat.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 10, 2016, 03:56:02 PM
anybody monitoring outbound traffic on this miner? Is it ok to assume that it's safe now?

It's safe, the IP address it connects to is just to the pool, same as Claymore but not SSL.

https://s28.postimg.org/j689sz5u5/network.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lucasan123 on December 10, 2016, 03:57:31 PM
i'm getting too many errors while mining zdash

now it goes............. sometimes gets errors sometimes goes better..... what does it depend from?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 10, 2016, 04:00:30 PM
i'm getting too many errors while mining zdash

now it goes............. sometimes gets errors sometimes goes better..... what does it depend from?

everyone's system is going to vary. Overclock, GPU chip, temperatures, power supply, etc. So far very stable for me.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ryen123 on December 10, 2016, 05:26:00 PM
@EWBF can you find out why does your miner not connect to http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC ? All other miners work ok.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 10, 2016, 05:31:42 PM
@EWBF can you find out why does your miner not connect to http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC ? All other miners work ok.
Their luck doesn't look good haha


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Vita1ico on December 10, 2016, 05:36:11 PM
ERROR: Some workers are stopped. Attempt to restart
Zec miner 0.0.4b
w10 x64 3x1070AMP!  375.63 NiceHash


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 10, 2016, 05:53:43 PM
@EWBF can you find out why does your miner not connect to http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC ? All other miners work ok.

That pool isn't coded into the miner and probably won't be as it's a solo pool.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 10, 2016, 05:54:55 PM
ERROR: Some workers are stopped. Attempt to restart
Zec miner 0.0.4b
w10 x64 3x1070AMP!  375.63 NiceHash



1. When this happened in console must be printed exit code of the worker.
2. Then miner automatically restart workers.
3. Very high overclock can be cause a this problems.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ryen123 on December 10, 2016, 05:55:13 PM
That pool isn't coded into the miner and probably won't be as it's a solo pool.

Pools have to be coded into the miner?? Thought it will work with all stratum pools.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 10, 2016, 05:57:06 PM
That pool isn't coded into the miner and probably won't be as it's a solo pool.

Pools have to be coded into the miner?? Thought it will work with all stratum pools.

yes miner need to have fee account for that pool... if not, then it will not work


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: marvykkio on December 10, 2016, 06:15:54 PM
a little thrust you may have about this miner? 350 h / s for each individual card?

 ;) ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dafyk on December 10, 2016, 06:18:38 PM
I'm pulling in 12 sol/s on a gt 730, compute 3.5

On windows 10 with cuda toolkit 8.0 installed and using 375.86 diver i am getting "CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GT 730 Not compatible!�"  :-[

Win 7 with 375.70 driver for me. Cuda 8.0 installed as well.

@EWBF if you investigate this issue and need some logs or more info please let me know. 12sol/s  is very nice, nheqminer makes 4sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 10, 2016, 06:25:43 PM
@EWBF can you find out why does your miner not connect to http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC ? All other miners work ok.

In next release i fix support for some pools.
And no, pools not coded into miner except devfee pool.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: flashsam on December 10, 2016, 06:59:55 PM
CPU support?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 10, 2016, 07:58:20 PM
anybody monitoring outbound traffic on this miner? Is it ok to assume that it's safe now?

you mean leik2 post..he was just accusing without fact or proof. He is just a mad cow that didn't got Linux version fast enough to eat.
I wasn't accusing I was expressing concerns. Stop being such a hater man, live your life without mentioning my nickname which actually isn't "leik2".


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 10, 2016, 08:36:51 PM
anybody monitoring outbound traffic on this miner? Is it ok to assume that it's safe now?

you mean leik2 post..he was just accusing without fact or proof. He is just a mad cow that didn't got Linux version fast enough to eat.
I wasn't accusing I was expressing concerns. Stop being such a hater man, live your life without mentioning my nickname which actually isn't "leik2".

1.) You accused EWBF_ that he is doing something bad and you didn't gave any proof or valid evidence after you claim that.
2.) I'm full of peace and harmony but i hate liar and idiots claiming without proofing what they claim - you my little friend are one of them.
3.) You mean nothing to me so your nick name is not as important as the fact you said what you said and you aren't man/woman enough to stand to what you said!
Over and out. It's called "to haul so. over the coals" I do that ..because you deserved it.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Tuner77 on December 10, 2016, 08:37:27 PM
Version 0.0.4b.
gtx 1060 - 170 h/s
gtx 1070 - 250 h/s

gtx 1080 - 290 h/s (win 10 x64, nv 372.54, g1 gaming, power 100%, core clock +131, mem clock +500)

Didn't verify 24hr rate at pool, but suspect 250-260; $1.34/day at 943k 24hr diff 0.0614/btc polo


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 10, 2016, 08:45:04 PM
anybody monitoring outbound traffic on this miner? Is it ok to assume that it's safe now?

you mean leik2 post..he was just accusing without fact or proof. He is just a mad cow that didn't got Linux version fast enough to eat.
I wasn't accusing I was expressing concerns. Stop being such a hater man, live your life without mentioning my nickname which actually isn't "leik2".

1.) You accused EWBF_ that he is doing something bad and you didn't gave any proof or valid evidence after you claim that.
2.) I'm full of peace and harmony but i hate liar and idiots claiming without proofing what they claim - you my little friend are one of them.
3.) You mean nothing to me so your nick name is not as important as the fact you said what you said and you aren't man/woman enough to stand to what you said!
Over and out.
1.Stop it silly man, you are ridiculous.
2. You're full a shit.
3. I don't really care about you and your opinion.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 10, 2016, 08:48:36 PM
anybody monitoring outbound traffic on this miner? Is it ok to assume that it's safe now?

you mean leik2 post..he was just accusing without fact or proof. He is just a mad cow that didn't got Linux version fast enough to eat.
I wasn't accusing I was expressing concerns. Stop being such a hater man, live your life without mentioning my nickname which actually isn't "leik2".

1.) You accused EWBF_ that he is doing something bad and you didn't gave any proof or valid evidence after you claim that.
2.) I'm full of peace and harmony but i hate liar and idiots claiming without proofing what they claim - you my little friend are one of them.
3.) You mean nothing to me so your nick name is not as important as the fact you said what you said and you aren't man/woman enough to stand to what you said!
Over and out.
1.Stop it silly man, you are ridiculous.
2. You're full a shit.
3. I don't really care about you and your opinion.


No arguments left poor being? So I assume I finally hit the gist of the matter.
So now you start to insult wow..you are a big boy with big big balls.

If I would be your dad or mom I would be so ashamed of you..not only accusing and claiming false facts and not able to accept to make mistakes.
No you also insult and get rude when someone hits the truth.

I'm happy that you are not my child nor anyone I know..I would be ashamed of such behaviour even I don't know you. But I would say you need some soap to wash your dirty mouth.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 10, 2016, 08:55:44 PM
Version 0.0.4b.
gtx 1060 - 170 h/s
gtx 1070 - 250 h/s

gtx 1080 - 290 h/s (win 10 x64, nv 372.54, g1 gaming, power 100%, core clock +131, mem + or - 500 makes no difference)

Didn't verify 24hr rate at pool, but suspect 250-260; $1.34/day at 943k 24hr diff 0.0614/btc polo

You should definitely see a performance bump by increasing memory.  What tool are you using to do so? Try MSI After burner.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 10, 2016, 09:08:23 PM
Quote
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.

Where do you see any accusations or claims?
Alerting for caution doesn't mean I'm accusing the author. By all means I am not accusing or claiming anything!!!
Still not being ridiculous???
Damn it man just drop it!



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Tuner77 on December 10, 2016, 09:42:13 PM
Try MSI After burner.

Yep, I use MSI AB. 290 is at +500 mem. But good catch. Didn't apply the -500, which drops it down to 257.

Are there any kind of mem strap bios mods for the 10xx's?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: moosetech on December 10, 2016, 10:36:08 PM
anybody monitoring outbound traffic on this miner? Is it ok to assume that it's safe now?

It's safe, the IP address it connects to is just to the pool, same as Claymore but not SSL.

https://s28.postimg.org/j689sz5u5/network.png


Like the previous concerns mentioned by others, I wasn't really sure about it unless others could verify. It's just that when I was checking the connections being made by the miner, at one point it had 2 connections, one was I think was for the pool I was using (Nicehash) and the other one was a linode VPS address, by now I'm guessing it's for the devfee.

Anyways, thanks!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 10, 2016, 11:13:14 PM
A lot of people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked. Here are some interesting bits.

1. Miners will have nothing on them (and you shouldn't have anything more then the bare minimum on a mining system) so there is nothing to compromise.

2. If your earnings are being 'hijacked' you'll notice it in your global earnings. He could actually be lieing about the 2% and it could be closer to 5% and that would be more likely then it randomly mining whatever he wants. Matter of a fact that could be slipped into the miner and there would be very little to prove it as he can easily mask the 'dev time'. If you think you can easily notice the difference between 2% and 4% pool side you'd be wrong. Depending on the pool, pool luck, and if the pool is skimming (which isn't uncommon with some pools) it's practically invisible.


I'd be more worried about shit pools then ultra vetting a miner. Not saying looking out for a virus is a bad... always look for a virus, just some people go way too overboard with things.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jimmy_007vn on December 11, 2016, 02:48:20 AM
I tried to mine on Flypool with my shitty GT 640, but i couldn't get it run.  

this is what it showed in CMD:
 +---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.4b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 0020c49ba5e353f7...
Init error code -7

nvm, it works after i updated new driver. I got 11S/s with GT 640  ;D ;D



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: moosetech on December 11, 2016, 06:27:11 AM
A lot of people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked. Here are some interesting bits.

1. Miners will have nothing on them (and you shouldn't have anything more then the bare minimum on a mining system) so there is nothing to compromise.

2. If your earnings are being 'hijacked' you'll notice it in your global earnings. He could actually be lieing about the 2% and it could be closer to 5% and that would be more likely then it randomly mining whatever he wants. Matter of a fact that could be slipped into the miner and there would be very little to prove it as he can easily mask the 'dev time'. If you think you can easily notice the difference between 2% and 4% pool side you'd be wrong. Depending on the pool, pool luck, and if the pool is skimming (which isn't uncommon with some pools) it's practically invisible.


I'd be more worried about shit pools then ultra vetting a miner. Not saying looking out for a virus is a bad... always look for a virus, just some people go way too overboard with things.

I'm running the nvidia miner on my gaming rig so I'm very paranoid. My mining rig is filled with RX 470s and they're the ones I'm not worried about since they run on the bare minimum. I'm actually more worried about trojans, keyloggers,remote login stuff since these are the ones I can't actually verify and monitor. The hijack thing you're referring to can easily be verified by anyone monitoring their miner's stats from their PC and on the pool.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 11, 2016, 06:58:31 AM
A lot of people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked. Here are some interesting bits.

1. Miners will have nothing on them (and you shouldn't have anything more then the bare minimum on a mining system) so there is nothing to compromise.

2. If your earnings are being 'hijacked' you'll notice it in your global earnings. He could actually be lieing about the 2% and it could be closer to 5% and that would be more likely then it randomly mining whatever he wants. Matter of a fact that could be slipped into the miner and there would be very little to prove it as he can easily mask the 'dev time'. If you think you can easily notice the difference between 2% and 4% pool side you'd be wrong. Depending on the pool, pool luck, and if the pool is skimming (which isn't uncommon with some pools) it's practically invisible.


I'd be more worried about shit pools then ultra vetting a miner. Not saying looking out for a virus is a bad... always look for a virus, just some people go way too overboard with things.

I'm running the nvidia miner on my gaming rig so I'm very paranoid. My mining rig is filled with RX 470s and they're the ones I'm not worried about since they run on the bare minimum. I'm actually more worried about trojans, keyloggers,remote login stuff since these are the ones I can't actually verify and monitor. The hijack thing you're referring to can easily be verified by anyone monitoring their miner's stats from their PC and on the pool.

and it's indeed at 2% since i'm getting the exact earning, i can't even notice the 2% and sure it's no more than that, but if the miner is infected with a malicious code/obscured code for a back door, you will never know it until some bad happen


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: rednoW on December 11, 2016, 08:56:19 AM
306 sols on my palit sjs oc'ed with 0.0.4b
But gtx750 still 3-4 sols better with nicehash's EQM


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bmdrka on December 11, 2016, 10:11:12 AM
I have 2 gigabyte 1070 gaming g1. But the 2nd one's speed jumps so hard. How can i fix it?
http://image.prntscr.com/image/4155428913b748bf9384b5f9f691f589.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 11, 2016, 12:51:53 PM
I have 2 gigabyte 1070 gaming g1. But the 2nd one's speed jumps so hard. How can i fix it?
http://image.prntscr.com/image/4155428913b748bf9384b5f9f691f589.png
I'm not sure. Let it run for awhile and see if it evens out. If not check your clock settings. It maybe unstable at higher clocks then the other card. You may need to back the clocks down.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 11, 2016, 01:32:30 PM
I have 2 gigabyte 1070 gaming g1. But the 2nd one's speed jumps so hard. How can i fix it?
http://image.prntscr.com/image/4155428913b748bf9384b5f9f691f589.png

how do you get 270 sols on a Gigabyte 1070 G1 Gaming??? i cant pass 245.. even with oc
what are your drivers/settings??


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: du44 on December 11, 2016, 01:51:05 PM
I have 2 gigabyte 1070 gaming g1. But the 2nd one's speed jumps so hard. How can i fix it?
http://image.prntscr.com/image/4155428913b748bf9384b5f9f691f589.png

how do you get 270 sols on a Gigabyte 1070 G1 Gaming??? i cant pass 245.. even with oc
what are your drivers/settings??
Easy 280 sols for 1070 G1 gaming -  just use MSI afterburner and set +70 at the core and +540 for memory (if micron) or +800 ( for samsung )
Driver is 375.95, OS Windows 10 x64


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: SunStruck on December 11, 2016, 03:44:13 PM
Great miner so far, glad there is some love for nvidia :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bmdrka on December 11, 2016, 03:50:12 PM
I have 2 gigabyte 1070 gaming g1. But the 2nd one's speed jumps so hard. How can i fix it?
http://image.prntscr.com/image/4155428913b748bf9384b5f9f691f589.png
I'm not sure. Let it run for awhile and see if it evens out. If not check your clock settings. It maybe unstable at higher clocks then the other card. You may need to back the clocks down.
Hmm. You are right. It became stable now.

I have 2 gigabyte 1070 gaming g1. But the 2nd one's speed jumps so hard. How can i fix it?
http://image.prntscr.com/image/4155428913b748bf9384b5f9f691f589.png

how do you get 270 sols on a Gigabyte 1070 G1 Gaming??? i cant pass 245.. even with oc
what are your drivers/settings??
Core +0
Memory +800
I have 2 gigabyte 1070 gaming g1. But the 2nd one's speed jumps so hard. How can i fix it?
http://image.prntscr.com/image/4155428913b748bf9384b5f9f691f589.png

how do you get 270 sols on a Gigabyte 1070 G1 Gaming??? i cant pass 245.. even with oc
what are your drivers/settings??
Easy 280 sols for 1070 G1 gaming -  just use MSI afterburner and set +70 at the core and +540 for memory (if micron) or +800 ( for samsung )
Driver is 375.95, OS Windows 10 x64
Now even better  ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 11, 2016, 03:55:30 PM
I have 2 gigabyte 1070 gaming g1. But the 2nd one's speed jumps so hard. How can i fix it?
http://image.prntscr.com/image/4155428913b748bf9384b5f9f691f589.png

how do you get 270 sols on a Gigabyte 1070 G1 Gaming??? i cant pass 245.. even with oc
what are your drivers/settings??
Easy 280 sols for 1070 G1 gaming -  just use MSI afterburner and set +70 at the core and +540 for memory (if micron) or +800 ( for samsung )
Driver is 375.95, OS Windows 10 x64

But power limit is 100% and more stress for mem .

I have 265 sol for 1 gtx 1070 with power limit 50% , +150 core , +350 memory .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Vita1ico on December 11, 2016, 04:01:35 PM

3. Very high overclock can be cause a this problems.
Yes, to reduce the memory overclock to +700 (previously +800). Excellent work.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: markisanon2434 on December 11, 2016, 04:15:12 PM
Great miner so far, glad there is some love for nvidia :)


Yeah! I look forward to see new miners and support coming for NVIDIA cards in future as it is hard for me to get AMD cards in my place. Thanks to all who support NVIDIA cards! Special Thanks to the developer of this miner!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 11, 2016, 04:27:15 PM
Is  that a Trojan
Kaspersky found today
Antivirus    Ergebnis    Aktualisierung
Kaspersky    not-a-virus:RiskTool.Win64.BitCoinMiner.bmn    20161211
EWB 0.0.4b ??

www.virustotal.com


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: topgeek on December 11, 2016, 04:34:07 PM
Kapersky correctly identified it as "not a virus" and as a miner.

It is telling you because MOST people don't know what mining is - so you can decide if you put it there or if someone else put it there.
I assume because you are in this thread.. you put it there  ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 11, 2016, 04:42:11 PM
If the software remains clean, thanks to the developer. very very good work keep it up :)   ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: blackjec on December 11, 2016, 05:24:04 PM
Is  that a Trojan
Kaspersky found today
Antivirus    Ergebnis    Aktualisierung
Kaspersky    not-a-virus:RiskTool.Win64.BitCoinMiner.bmn    20161211
EWB 0.0.4b ??

www.virustotal.com
Look marked words  ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Bitock on December 11, 2016, 06:17:06 PM
Virus or not?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 11, 2016, 06:29:37 PM
I dont think it is a virus, just detected as bitcoin miner..

Anyway.. I would like to see more speed optimization..  8)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ParkExcite on December 11, 2016, 07:06:07 PM
Hi, thanks for this miner, why it doesn't work on mining rental ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 11, 2016, 07:35:06 PM
Hi, thanks for this miner, why it doesn't work on mining rental ?

RTMF or in this case RTMF = Read the fucking Forum your question has been answered.
We can't do your homework and nor we do thinking and using the brain for you. Thanks for your understanding of how to use the Search function.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xPwnK on December 11, 2016, 08:28:40 PM
Ty for this miner ewbf. 195 sol/s with gtx 970.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jk_14 on December 11, 2016, 11:04:11 PM
A lot of people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked. Here are some interesting bits.

1. Miners will have nothing on them (and you shouldn't have anything more then the bare minimum on a mining system) so there is nothing to compromise.



people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked' - using still Windows as a miner OS, usually :)
they should really move to linux on USB stick then, long time ago...  (e.g. KopiemTu :) )


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jk_14 on December 11, 2016, 11:26:43 PM
@EWBF can you find out why does your miner not connect to http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC ? All other miners work ok.

In next release i fix support for some pools.
And no, pools not coded into miner except devfee pool.


zclassic.pool.mn working :)



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 11, 2016, 11:36:44 PM
Pool mainpage coming soon-..seen this for 2 month now..
how this pool works?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jk_14 on December 11, 2016, 11:45:57 PM
@EWBF can you find out why does your miner not connect to http://www.luckpool.org/#!/coin/ZEC ? All other miners work ok.

In next release i fix support for some pools.
And no, pools not coded into miner except devfee pool.


Could you implement one more option, for logging:

--log filename

e.g --log /tmp/log.txt

?

and some simple shares counter in printout


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 12, 2016, 12:09:00 AM
A lot of people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked. Here are some interesting bits.

1. Miners will have nothing on them (and you shouldn't have anything more then the bare minimum on a mining system) so there is nothing to compromise.

2. If your earnings are being 'hijacked' you'll notice it in your global earnings. He could actually be lieing about the 2% and it could be closer to 5% and that would be more likely then it randomly mining whatever he wants. Matter of a fact that could be slipped into the miner and there would be very little to prove it as he can easily mask the 'dev time'. If you think you can easily notice the difference between 2% and 4% pool side you'd be wrong. Depending on the pool, pool luck, and if the pool is skimming (which isn't uncommon with some pools) it's practically invisible.


I'd be more worried about shit pools then ultra vetting a miner. Not saying looking out for a virus is a bad... always look for a virus, just some people go way too overboard with things.

I'm running the nvidia miner on my gaming rig so I'm very paranoid. My mining rig is filled with RX 470s and they're the ones I'm not worried about since they run on the bare minimum. I'm actually more worried about trojans, keyloggers,remote login stuff since these are the ones I can't actually verify and monitor. The hijack thing you're referring to can easily be verified by anyone monitoring their miner's stats from their PC and on the pool.

You don't understand how pools work and there is no way of 'verifying' the difference between 2% and 4%. That's within error rate of pools based on luck. There are very few pools that pay you exactly what you should be getting and that can fluctuate quite a bit. Pool luck, efficiency (not talking about the efficiency stat rather connection, hardware and coding), and skimming can change all of that. I'm guessing you're comparing it against whattomine... Even that has error.

There is a lot more that goes into mining then just shooting your hashrate at a pool and it always gives you what you think you should be making.

A lot of people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked. Here are some interesting bits.

1. Miners will have nothing on them (and you shouldn't have anything more then the bare minimum on a mining system) so there is nothing to compromise.



people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked' - using still Windows as a miner OS, usually :)
they should really move to linux on USB stick then, long time ago...  (e.g. KopiemTu :) )

Yeah, nix doesn't get viruses and can't be insecure, right? Just like Macs. Obscurity doesn't mean something is more secure, it just means people are less likely to target it.

A USB stick can become infected as well. Either that or it can't be changed and would be a PITA to mine off of and adjust all the time.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 12, 2016, 12:10:30 AM
Nice hash support promised 320sol for 1070 at stock tomorrow ......

Let the WAR began!  ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: FUD on December 12, 2016, 12:18:10 AM
Version 0.0.4b.

New zcash cuda miner. windows x64
Writen for pascal gpus but works on cards with at least 1Gb memory, and Compute Capability 3 and higher.
Expected speed on stock settings.
gtx 1060 - 170 h/s
gtx 1070 - 250 h/s
Unfortunately i do not have older cards to tests.
Miner contain dev fee 2%.
I will support a miner if people will be interested in it.
Sorry for my bad english  :(

Version 0.0.4b
Completely new watchdog system.
Fixed a bug in the solver
Binary linux version compiled and tested in debian.

Windows x64
https://mega.nz/#F!usQh2bTa!3qp_PaiO-dw3F0mpvLXynA (https://mega.nz/#F!usQh2bTa!3qp_PaiO-dw3F0mpvLXynA)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFianNlcUh0YWFhOVE (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFianNlcUh0YWFhOVE)

Linux x64
https://mega.nz/#F!aop0BLaR!qQUGG6C2ZhE2zAC0XAlMSw (https://mega.nz/#F!aop0BLaR!qQUGG6C2ZhE2zAC0XAlMSw)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFibDl2MmdXaTFjWDQ (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFibDl2MmdXaTFjWDQ)



Please  how i can make intensite of my gpu card   i need to use 50%

please  i need a bat file can run with all nvvidia card


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 12, 2016, 12:42:17 AM

Please  how i can make intensite of my gpu card   i need to use 50%

please  i need a bat file can run with all nvvidia card

setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 50
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 50


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: FUD on December 12, 2016, 02:06:45 AM

Please  how i can make intensite of my gpu card   i need to use 50%

please  i need a bat file can run with all nvvidia card

setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 50
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 50


what about the bat file 

i need the command line to run the miner with 50%  of my gpu

i use nanopool

please


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 12, 2016, 02:21:40 AM

Please  how i can make intensite of my gpu card   i need to use 50%

please  i need a bat file can run with all nvvidia card

setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 50
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 50


what about the bat file 

i need the command line to run the miner with 50%  of my gpu

i use nanopool

please


Those commands are inserted in the bat file, above the miner executable statement.

Zcash mining has brouhht all the newbs out.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ryen123 on December 12, 2016, 02:31:41 AM

Please  how i can make intensite of my gpu card   i need to use 50%

please  i need a bat file can run with all nvvidia card

setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 50
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 50

setx works with amd opencl. not nvidia cuda which this miner is.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 12, 2016, 07:36:09 AM
New version plus linux. Info in first post.
Stock clocks:
https://s29.postimg.org/pi84pjusn/Screenshot_2016_12_10_04_08_52.jpg

 Why do I get the feeling that the first card is a 1080, not a 1070?

 I've seen Gigabyte raise the TDP on at least one of their models of 1070, but nowhere near THAT high.

 I've also seen NVidia SMI get confused and report wrong model number for at least one card in my 950/960 mixed rig on occasion.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 12, 2016, 09:14:50 AM
I think you need to optimize if you want to keep the miners :)

Okay, as promised. 320 with stock GTX 1070 is reached. Power usage at wall ~ 140 W.

GTX 1060 6G gets 225 at 100 W.
GTX 1060 3G gets 210 at 95 W.

Testing other Pascal cards now...



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: FUD on December 12, 2016, 09:19:56 AM

Please  how i can make intensite of my gpu card   i need to use 50%

please  i need a bat file can run with all nvvidia card

setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 50
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 50


what about the bat file 

i need the command line to run the miner with 50%  of my gpu

i use nanopool

please


Those commands are inserted in the bat file, above the miner executable statement.

Zcash mining has brouhht all the newbs out.



not work this commande

my gpu work 100%  with this commande  :

 miner --server zec-eu1.nanopool.org --user t1RdwuMkXyyFh5cQ2kPqeLrxb1DGuRoyeTE.NvidiaEWBF --pass z --port 6666


please  how i can  make intensiter  " i "  to make it use 50% 



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: gegstore on December 12, 2016, 10:29:36 AM
A README FILE WITH ALL THE COMMAND SUPPORT???


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: FUD on December 12, 2016, 10:59:26 AM
A README FILE WITH ALL THE COMMAND SUPPORT???



where i find it  ?

in file i download  there is only  DLLs   and  EXE

please  send me if you have it


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jk_14 on December 12, 2016, 11:30:32 AM
c
A lot of people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked. Here are some interesting bits.

1. Miners will have nothing on them (and you shouldn't have anything more then the bare minimum on a mining system) so there is nothing to compromise.



people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked' - using still Windows as a miner OS, usually :)
they should really move to linux on USB stick then, long time ago...  (e.g. KopiemTu :) )

Yeah, nix doesn't get viruses and can't be insecure, right? Just like Macs. Obscurity doesn't mean something is more secure, it just means people are less likely to target it.

A USB stick can become infected as well. Either that or it can't be changed and would be a PITA to mine off of and adjust all the time.


"and you shouldn't have anything more then the bare minimum on a mining system" - and 16GB USB is natural "incentive" (size and speed) to NOT install anything except necessary,
it's easier to break this rule, when you have system on hard drive


USB sticks have read-only switches, you may utilize it or start OS from image, with logs in RAM
and reboot is one-minute sweep for recovering sure configuration

do it with Windows... :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jk_14 on December 12, 2016, 11:34:46 AM
New version plus linux. Info in first post.
Stock clocks:

 Why do I get the feeling that the first card is a 1080, not a 1070?

 I've seen Gigabyte raise the TDP on at least one of their models of 1070, but nowhere near THAT high.

 I've also seen NVidia SMI get confused and report wrong model number for at least one card in my 950/960 mixed rig on occasion.




it may be just the matter of newer BIOS, after updating it - I have now 225W on 1070:

root@kopiemtu:~# nvidia-smi -pl 70
Provided power limit 70.00 W is not a valid power limit which should be between 75.00 W and 225.00 W for GPU 0000:01:00.0

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=520998.msg16875973#msg16875973




Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dafyk on December 12, 2016, 11:39:09 AM
Compiled for comute 2.0 but i have not tested it.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiMDN6bUhPYTNOcTg (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiMDN6bUhPYTNOcTg)

I have some fake gt 730 which support only compute 2.1 and this version is working fine, giving 6-7sol/s (4sol/s with nheqminer).

My problem is that while eqm miner is running, ewbf cant connect to nicehash pool. When i turn off eqm, wait until ewbf connects and starts mining then i can start eqm without any problems.
And second problem is with starting ewbf it works but i have to try 4-5 times before it connects and starts minig. I am behind restrictive firewall which filters everything except ports 53/80. I have to setup tunel before i can connect to nicehash pool, and dont know if ewbf trys to connect to some other pool because then i have to create tunnel for such connection.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 12, 2016, 12:12:03 PM
I have some fake gt 730 which support only compute 2.1 and this version is working fine, giving 6-7sol/s (4sol/s with nheqminer).

6 Sol/s will give you around $0,03 per day
With 100 cards you only get $3 per day


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: blzflkn on December 12, 2016, 12:47:30 PM
I have some fake gt 730 which support only compute 2.1 and this version is working fine, giving 6-7sol/s (4sol/s with nheqminer).

6 Sol/s will give you around $0,03 per day
With 100 cards you only get $3 per day

Not everyone has a $400 card or a server farm at their disposal.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 12, 2016, 12:56:09 PM
I have some fake gt 730 which support only compute 2.1 and this version is working fine, giving 6-7sol/s (4sol/s with nheqminer).
6 Sol/s will give you around $0,03 per day
With 100 cards you only get $3 per day
Not everyone has a $400 card or a server farm at their disposal.

One gt 730 is using 25-50 watt each.

With 100 cards you need to use 2500-5000Watt  to produce $3 worth of zcoin per day.

2500-5000W will cost around 6-12$ per day (with electric cost of $0.1 per KWh)

So you need at least 12-24 sol/s per card to break even with the electic. cost.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: blackjec on December 12, 2016, 01:33:30 PM
A README FILE WITH ALL THE COMMAND SUPPORT???



where i find it  ?

in file i download  there is only  DLLs   and  EXE

please  send me if you have it

Run "miner -h". No thanks, better money  ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: harmach on December 12, 2016, 01:58:49 PM
A README FILE WITH ALL THE COMMAND SUPPORT???



where i find it  ?

in file i download  there is only  DLLs   and  EXE

please  send me if you have it

Run "miner -h". No thanks, better money  ;D

run one batch (i.e. help.bat)

miner.exe -h
pause

then =>

+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.4b |
+---------------------------------+
--help, -h          Show this help.
--server            Stratum server only hostname or ip address.
--port              Stratum server port.
--user              Stratum user.
--pass              Stratum password.
--cuda_devices      Space-separated list of cuda devices.
                    Without this option all devices are used.
Example: miner --server server.com --port 7777 --user name --pass secret --cuda_devices 0 1 2 3

C:\Users\YOUR NAME\Desktop\Zec miner 0.0.4b>pause
Press any key to continue. . .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: chronek on December 12, 2016, 03:33:02 PM
people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked' - using still Windows as a miner OS, usually :)
they should really move to linux on USB stick then, long time ago...  (e.g. KopiemTu :) )

Linux is more targeted and easier (because they can look in sources) to hijack, just you do not know that you were hijacked, because you need specialistic knowdlege to trace hacker in your system and trust me it is not easy task


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on December 12, 2016, 03:35:27 PM
people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked' - using still Windows as a miner OS, usually :)
they should really move to linux on USB stick then, long time ago...  (e.g. KopiemTu :) )

Linux is more targeted and easier (because they can look in sources) to hijack, just you do not know that you were hijacked, because you need specialistic knowdlege to trace hacker in your system and trust me it is not easy task

untrue.
having the sources means that the whole world can fix vulnerabilities.
and guess what? they do.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: chronek on December 12, 2016, 03:38:48 PM
untrue.
having the sources means that the whole world can fix vulnerabilities.
and guess what? they do.

Whole world can, but only if they will, hackers have most knowdlege about vulnerabilities, because they use them, and not easly they share it with world...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kay5ive on December 12, 2016, 05:08:49 PM
Cuda zcash miner is most powerful than AMD?
Which model of Cuda is better for zcash?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: FUD on December 12, 2016, 05:17:07 PM
A README FILE WITH ALL THE COMMAND SUPPORT???



where i find it  ?

in file i download  there is only  DLLs   and  EXE

please  send me if you have it

Run "miner -h". No thanks, better money  ;D

run one batch (i.e. help.bat)

miner.exe -h
pause

then =>

+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.4b |
+---------------------------------+
--help, -h          Show this help.
--server            Stratum server only hostname or ip address.
--port              Stratum server port.
--user              Stratum user.
--pass              Stratum password.
--cuda_devices      Space-separated list of cuda devices.
                    Without this option all devices are used.
Example: miner --server server.com --port 7777 --user name --pass secret --cuda_devices 0 1 2 3

C:\Users\YOUR NAME\Desktop\Zec miner 0.0.4b>pause
Press any key to continue. . .



miner.exe -h     NOT  WORK  didnt give any things


MY MINER NOT WORK  IT GIVE THIS EREUR  

INFO: Target: 0004189300000000...
INFO: Detected new work: 1481562374
Init error code -7


please  need help


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 12, 2016, 05:32:33 PM
A README FILE WITH ALL THE COMMAND SUPPORT???



where i find it  ?

in file i download  there is only  DLLs   and  EXE

please  send me if you have it

Run "miner -h". No thanks, better money  ;D

run one batch (i.e. help.bat)

miner.exe -h
pause

then =>

+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.4b |
+---------------------------------+
--help, -h          Show this help.
--server            Stratum server only hostname or ip address.
--port              Stratum server port.
--user              Stratum user.
--pass              Stratum password.
--cuda_devices      Space-separated list of cuda devices.
                    Without this option all devices are used.
Example: miner --server server.com --port 7777 --user name --pass secret --cuda_devices 0 1 2 3

C:\Users\YOUR NAME\Desktop\Zec miner 0.0.4b>pause
Press any key to continue. . .



miner.exe -h     NOT  WORK  didnt give any things


MY MINER NOT WORK  IT GIVE THIS EREUR  

INFO: Target: 0004189300000000...
INFO: Detected new work: 1481562374
Init error code -7


please  need help

Error -7 is a cuda runtime error. This miner works only on nvidia cards. Check your drivers.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: FUD on December 12, 2016, 05:54:16 PM
A README FILE WITH ALL THE COMMAND SUPPORT???



where i find it  ?

in file i download  there is only  DLLs   and  EXE

please  send me if you have it

Run "miner -h". No thanks, better money  ;D

run one batch (i.e. help.bat)

miner.exe -h
pause

then =>

+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.4b |
+---------------------------------+
--help, -h          Show this help.
--server            Stratum server only hostname or ip address.
--port              Stratum server port.
--user              Stratum user.
--pass              Stratum password.
--cuda_devices      Space-separated list of cuda devices.
                    Without this option all devices are used.
Example: miner --server server.com --port 7777 --user name --pass secret --cuda_devices 0 1 2 3

C:\Users\YOUR NAME\Desktop\Zec miner 0.0.4b>pause
Press any key to continue. . .



miner.exe -h     NOT  WORK  didnt give any things


MY MINER NOT WORK  IT GIVE THIS EREUR  

INFO: Target: 0004189300000000...
INFO: Detected new work: 1481562374
Init error code -7


please  need help

Error -7 is a cuda runtime error. This miner works only on nvidia cards. Check your drivers.

YES  i use nvidia geoforce card 

whey i get this  ereur 

and please  can you give me  the command line for mining  in nanopool  with  intensitie   

please i need to use  -i   to set the %  of my usage of  my gpu card


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 12, 2016, 06:04:48 PM
nicehash 1.0.3a GTX 1070 2000mhz GPU 2350mhz mem
370sol/s

power usage is same but nicehash version due lower GPU usage reach more speed for same TDP (1880Mhz vs 2000 on 84% TDP limit)

time for a new version and some competition ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: russy121 on December 12, 2016, 06:34:38 PM
Ty m8 you have done a fantastic job
2 750ti`s
1 1050ti
working perfect
great job


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: induktor on December 12, 2016, 06:40:03 PM
nicehash 1.0.3a GTX 1070 2000mhz GPU 2350mhz mem
370sol/s

power usage is same but nicehash version due lower GPU usage reach more speed for same TDP (1880Mhz vs 2000 on 84% TDP limit)

time for a new version and some competition ;)
Link? ;D
I can't find it :(


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 12, 2016, 06:43:15 PM
page 26 or so, if not linked now at first page


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 12, 2016, 07:02:49 PM
Maybe ewbf is the nicehash Dev, but had to post under new pseudonym for contract reasons.  If that's the case, we should see the new version soon 😊


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: du44 on December 12, 2016, 07:07:13 PM
Maybe ewbf is the nicehash Dev, but had to post under new pseudonym for contract reasons.  If that's the case, we should see the new version soon 😊
rather he is Claymore's brother, his miner have same colours and devfee  :D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 12, 2016, 07:25:31 PM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: induktor on December 12, 2016, 10:15:30 PM
page 26 or so, if not linked now at first page
thanks  ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ZenFr on December 12, 2016, 10:16:36 PM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!
lol :-)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 13, 2016, 01:52:06 AM
people are pretty anal about getting 'hijacked' - using still Windows as a miner OS, usually :)
they should really move to linux on USB stick then, long time ago...  (e.g. KopiemTu :) )

Linux is more targeted and easier (because they can look in sources) to hijack, just you do not know that you were hijacked, because you need specialistic knowdlege to trace hacker in your system and trust me it is not easy task

untrue.
having the sources means that the whole world can fix vulnerabilities.
and guess what? they do.

You forget the whole world likes sitting in multiple different distributions. :P


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Viperho on December 13, 2016, 07:51:10 AM
FYI, using the compute 2.0 version, my old Fermis:

stock GTX 590 converted to hydrocopper block
GPU1: 22-23 sol/s
GPU2: 22-23 sol/s

GTX 480 hydrocopper 26-28 sol/s


(all stock clocks)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Nesp on December 13, 2016, 10:00:49 AM
Just tried nicehash fresh miner, 215 sol/s per 1060.
I wish we can have it here too


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: fmz89 on December 13, 2016, 12:06:24 PM
noobs miner flooding in every way, and good buyer catching all noobs dumper  ;D ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wacko on December 13, 2016, 12:45:28 PM
noobs miner flooding in every way, and good buyer catching all noobs dumper  ;D ;D ;D ;D
http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/25/25d65f6e09e5e8e6f4c12d15a86a92bed25adb59236e58adaa3676697255f538.jpg


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Wotan Wipeout on December 13, 2016, 01:47:58 PM
1080
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 75-90 % of 200 Watt --> 160 Watt (80%) --> 1,875 Sol per Watt
300 -310 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) --> 1,893 Sol per Watt
265 Sols

Set Powerlimit 55 % of 200 Watt  --> 110 Watt (55%) --> 2,31 Sol per Watt
250 - 260 Sols (255 Sols) (Thanks to Amph)

Set Powerlimit 50 % of 200 Watt  --> 100 Watt (50%) --> 2,55 Sol per Watt
255

1070
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 85 % of 200 Watt --> 170 Watt (85%)--> 1,51 Sol per Watt
257 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) -->  1,82 Sol per Watt
255 Sols

Set Powerlimit 55 % of 200 Watt  --> 110 Watt (55%) --> 2,13 Sol per Watt
235 Sols

Set Powerlimit 50 % of 200 Watt  --> 100 Watt (50%) --> 2,30 Sol per Watt
230 Sols

Updated
Didnt test Ram OC


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 13, 2016, 01:53:22 PM
1080
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 75-90 % of 200 Watt --> 160 Watt (80%) --> 1,875 Sol per Watt
300 -310 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) --> 1,893 Sol per Watt
265 Sols


1070
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 85 % of 200 Watt --> 170 Watt (85%)--> 1,51 Sol per Watt
257 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) -->  1,82 Sol per Watt
255 Sols

Didnt test Ram OC

dude you can have 260 sol at 100 watt, don't waste electricity, tweak it right, 55% tdp is the key, then just oc mem and a bit the core


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Wotan Wipeout on December 13, 2016, 02:02:15 PM
Thanks Amph, i just updated it.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 13, 2016, 06:48:24 PM
Petr, any chance of an updated miner which matches nicehash speeds?  Are you still planning on enhancements?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: coinwulf on December 13, 2016, 10:00:28 PM
WOW!!! This miner rocks!! Ive tried it with my notebooks simple NVidia Geforce 940MX
My hashrate has more than doubled from 13-15 H/s to 35 H/s! Not bad  :D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: joniosbra on December 13, 2016, 10:20:52 PM
1080
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 75-90 % of 200 Watt --> 160 Watt (80%) --> 1,875 Sol per Watt
300 -310 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) --> 1,893 Sol per Watt
265 Sols


1070
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 85 % of 200 Watt --> 170 Watt (85%)--> 1,51 Sol per Watt
257 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) -->  1,82 Sol per Watt
255 Sols

Didnt test Ram OC

dude you can have 260 sol at 100 watt, don't waste electricity, tweak it right, 55% tdp is the key, then just oc mem and a bit the core

could u print screen your msi afterburner settings with tdp 55%? tks a lot!

does the cpu matters using 5 gpus?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 14, 2016, 06:31:14 AM
In some of my early testing of the eqm 3a miner on two of my Gigabyte 2-fan 1070s (I don't member the exact model number), I saw just a hair shy of 300 sol/s per card with Afterburner set for -200 core, +500 memory, and TDP 60% - at 108 watts.

 I'm sure further experimentation with the settings could do better, but I was aiming more for "best settings to achieve max sol/s" not "most efficient".

 80% TDP, 0 core, +500 memory yields 330-345 sol/s depending on which card (I have a mix of at least 3 different Gigabyte models *INCLUDING* the "mini-ITX" model, and some EVGAs).


 370 sol/s has been reported for that miner, but I suspect you have to have one of the "very good memory" 1070 models that can also manage 32+ MH/s on ETH (I've never seen more than 29 on any of my 1070s).


 Real world performance targets to aim for - assuming Nicehash doesn't manage to come up with an even faster miner.




Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 14, 2016, 07:01:09 AM
1080
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 75-90 % of 200 Watt --> 160 Watt (80%) --> 1,875 Sol per Watt
300 -310 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) --> 1,893 Sol per Watt
265 Sols


1070
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 85 % of 200 Watt --> 170 Watt (85%)--> 1,51 Sol per Watt
257 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) -->  1,82 Sol per Watt
255 Sols

Didnt test Ram OC

dude you can have 260 sol at 100 watt, don't waste electricity, tweak it right, 55% tdp is the key, then just oc mem and a bit the core

could u print screen your msi afterburner settings with tdp 55%? tks a lot!

does the cpu matters using 5 gpus?

no just use the cheap 1840 from intel

here

https://s29.postimg.org/dvqt7gp9j/mining.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 14, 2016, 10:16:18 AM
That's not the ewbf miner.  Is that nicehash?

Quote from: Amph
link=topic=1707546.msg17178363#msg17178363
date=1481698869
1080
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 75-90 % of 200 Watt --> 160 Watt (80%) --> 1,875 Sol per Watt
300 -310 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) --> 1,893 Sol per Watt
265 Sols


1070
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 85 % of 200 Watt --> 170 Watt (85%)--> 1,51 Sol per Watt
257 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) -->  1,82 Sol per Watt
255 Sols

Didnt test Ram OC

dude you can have 260 sol at 100 watt, don't waste electricity, tweak it right, 55% tdp is the key, then just oc mem and a bit the core

could u print screen your msi afterburner settings with tdp 55%? tks a lot!

does the cpu matters using 5 gpus?

no just use the cheap 1840 from intel

here

https://s29.postimg.org/dvqt7gp9j/mining.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 14, 2016, 10:23:54 AM
ah yeah, but it's the same for the EWBF miner, but i'm getting 260 sol for each gpu instead of 306


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: batko on December 14, 2016, 03:26:45 PM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!

NVIDIA Trol  ::)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Nesp on December 14, 2016, 07:12:58 PM
Cmon dev, we want nicehash miner speeds on your miner


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Xdragon on December 14, 2016, 07:14:45 PM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!

NVIDIA Trol  ::)
nVdia was rekt yesterday by VEGA. Now I regret buying gtx1070, in few months new gtx1070 will be 300 USD or less. Now on ZEC nV is too damn hot, myth about nV low power usage and low temps is officially busted.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 14, 2016, 07:18:16 PM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!

NVIDIA Trol  ::)
nVdia was rekt yesterday by VEGA. Now I regret buying gtx1070, in few months new gtx1070 will be 300 USD or less. Now on ZEC nV is too damn hot, myth about nV low power usage and low temps is officially busted.

Are you ppl insane or what??

Vega is 3 month from shop and some proper availability, and performance will be in par with 1080, HBM2 memory still is not good for memory intensive mining so zcash and ETH will prolly be slow, but we need to see it first/test, and only then someone need to make use of 4096bit memory interface and very slow access time!

NV 1070 is not hot it use less power then RX 480, FFS stop FUD and shit if you know nothing at all

And we don`t need to match speed in zcash for nice hash miner we need 400+ sol/s ! :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dtawom on December 14, 2016, 08:50:33 PM
On both my Nvidia 1060 rigs the below has started happening on a daily basis and all mining stops.  To get it started again I have to close the app and re-open it.  Is there a command switch like with Claymore that will make the miner restart in the event of a crash?  Any idea why this is happening?  Both rigs are I5 4th generation on windows 10 64-bit running 375.95 nvidia drivers.

Thanks,

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dNJn9a2qfhcDFxc3ROMEdseDg/view?usp=sharing


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: safon on December 15, 2016, 12:19:26 AM
Why my gtx780 of 3 GB. memory is only 900 MB? Maybe because of this speed is only 80 sol / s?   ???


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: du44 on December 15, 2016, 12:41:32 AM
Author lost somewhere... Maybe prepairing evil plan how to get 400 sols from 1070?  ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tc61 on December 15, 2016, 02:57:47 AM
this miner consistently crashes my maxwel cards


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 15, 2016, 03:36:21 AM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!

NVIDIA Trol  ::)
nVdia was rekt yesterday by VEGA. Now I regret buying gtx1070, in few months new gtx1070 will be 300 USD or less. Now on ZEC nV is too damn hot, myth about nV low power usage and low temps is officially busted.

lol... You mean at the launch event for Zen which isn't in reviewer hands yet? Zen is a CPU. Vega is launching this spring.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xPwnK on December 15, 2016, 07:01:05 AM
this miner consistently crashes my maxwel cards
Maybe too high overclock?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 15, 2016, 07:10:25 AM
1080
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 75-90 % of 200 Watt --> 160 Watt (80%) --> 1,875 Sol per Watt
300 -310 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) --> 1,893 Sol per Watt
265 Sols


1070
Gigabyte G1
Set Powerlimit 100%
Used Power 85 % of 200 Watt --> 170 Watt (85%)--> 1,51 Sol per Watt
257 Sols

Set Powerlimit 70 % of 200 Watt  --> 140 Watt (70%) -->  1,82 Sol per Watt
255 Sols

Didnt test Ram OC

dude you can have 260 sol at 100 watt, don't waste electricity, tweak it right, 55% tdp is the key, then just oc mem and a bit the core

could u print screen your msi afterburner settings with tdp 55%? tks a lot!

does the cpu matters using 5 gpus?

no just use the cheap 1840 from intel

here

https://s29.postimg.org/dvqt7gp9j/mining.png
Are your cards in the p0 state?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 15, 2016, 08:12:11 AM
yeah, when it's not on p0, i see lower core, around 15xx, it go to p0 automatically


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 15, 2016, 08:22:43 AM


NV 1070 is not hot it use less power then RX 480


 Depends on your configuration - 150 watts or so on some of my ZCash mining 1070s isn't exactly cool and IS more power draw by quite a bit than my RX 470s (abet the 1070 is also pulling fairly close to twice the sol/s than BOTH 470s combined, at somewhat less power than the PAIR).

 If I was running the 1070 in a "high efficiency" configuration the power draws would be a lot closer.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: batko on December 15, 2016, 09:57:16 AM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!

NVIDIA Trol  ::)
nVdia was rekt yesterday by VEGA. Now I regret buying gtx1070, in few months new gtx1070 will be 300 USD or less. Now on ZEC nV is too damn hot, myth about nV low power usage and low temps is officially busted.

200$ max, shit product for mining, low support etc..


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 15, 2016, 01:04:16 PM
yeah, when it's not on p0, i see lower core, around 15xx, it go to p0 automatically

How do you get pascal into p0?  I thought it defaults to p2


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Nikolaj on December 15, 2016, 01:21:12 PM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!

NVIDIA Trol  ::)
nVdia was rekt yesterday by VEGA. Now I regret buying gtx1070, in few months new gtx1070 will be 300 USD or less. Now on ZEC nV is too damn hot, myth about nV low power usage and low temps is officially busted.

200$ max, shit product for mining, low support etc..

"Don't feed the troll"  ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Huntelar on December 15, 2016, 01:51:45 PM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!
Big green TROL !!!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 15, 2016, 02:05:50 PM
nah ewbf is a clear different, one is GPU heavy and use a lot less memory controller, I bet if they would share code, we can see 500sol on OC-ed 1070  8)

SUCK AMD!
Big green TROL !!!

just look at your post history... I fell sorry for you :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tc61 on December 15, 2016, 03:28:30 PM
this miner consistently crashes my maxwel cards
Maybe too high overclock?


No over clock tried that...after about and hour or so the 750ti crash...temps are find too on 48c.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 15, 2016, 04:16:44 PM
yeah, when it's not on p0, i see lower core, around 15xx, it go to p0 automatically

How do you get pascal into p0?  I thought it defaults to p2

this http://cryptomining-blog.com/7341-how-to-squeeze-some-extra-performance-mining-ethereum-on-nvidia/ isn't working anymore? i didn't try since the gtx 970


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 16, 2016, 10:55:19 PM
New version 0.0.5b


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 16, 2016, 11:02:15 PM
New version 0.0.5b

Thx..the size is smaller? ..older version are all above 410kb this one just 288kb :-D
But somehow the green messages are less than before even with the same diff..

0.0.4 @128diff was ding ding ding ding..
0.0.5 @128 is ding.....ding........ding.........ding


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: go6ooo1212 on December 16, 2016, 11:09:19 PM
Is there any results with it ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 16, 2016, 11:12:12 PM
Reaching 385sol/s on GTx1080 and 353sol/s on GTX1070.
Power usage is also 100Watt less in total :-D

Cards also running now 6C cooler..nice


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 16, 2016, 11:18:31 PM
270 sols with Gigabyte 1070 G1


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 16, 2016, 11:20:31 PM
Code:
+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.5b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 00f0f0f0f0f0f0f0...
INFO: Detected new work: 2f93
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1080, 8192 MB
CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB
CUDA: Device: 2 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB
CUDA: Device: 3 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB
CUDA: Device: 4 GeForce GTX 1080, 8192 MB
INFO: Target: 001e1e1e1e1e1e1e...
INFO: Detected new work: 2f93
INFO 00:03:44: GPU2 Accepted share 105ms [A:1, R:0]
INFO 00:04:10: GPU1 Accepted share 32ms [A:1, R:0]
INFO 00:04:21: GPU4 Accepted share 33ms [A:1, R:0]
INFO 00:04:24: GPU3 Accepted share 31ms [A:1, R:0]
INFO 00:04:38: GPU3 Accepted share 33ms [A:2, R:0]
INFO 00:04:38: GPU4 Accepted share 27ms [A:2, R:0]
INFO 00:04:41: GPU0 Accepted share 34ms [A:1, R:0]
GPU0: 381 Sol/s GPU1: 345 Sol/s GPU2: 348 Sol/s GPU3: 356 Sol/s GPU4: 381 Sol/s
Total speed: 1811 Sol/s -> bit more is shown on pool side.

But something strange..I had now 10min long devfee:

I ran 2 instances


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: go6ooo1212 on December 16, 2016, 11:30:17 PM
should be a bug in the devFee algo...
EDIT: Running with 1 instance , gave me 295sol/s on 1070 Palit SJS


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 16, 2016, 11:31:28 PM
Even one instance now behaves the same..omg


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Marvell1 on December 16, 2016, 11:32:43 PM
should be a bug in the devFee algo...
EDIT: Running with 1 instance , gave me 295sol/s on 1070 Palit SJS
hmm good catch couls be the dev fees is overstated in old versions too
and just no one noticed?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Marvell1 on December 16, 2016, 11:33:09 PM
Even one instance now behaves the same..omg
why do you need two instances


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 16, 2016, 11:35:54 PM
To squeeze out some sol/s it always worked.
So why it shouldn't anymore?

When i was monitoring 0.0.4b the dev fee was correct on both instances.
New run with 1 instance:

Code:
INFO 00:32:59: GPU4 Accepted share 31ms [A:62, R:0]
INFO 00:33:01: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:03: GPU3 Accepted share 33ms [A:48, R:0]
INFO 00:33:03: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:64, R:0]
INFO 00:33:03: GPU4 Accepted share 26ms [A:63, R:0]
INFO 00:33:04: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:06: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:06: GPU4 Accepted share 25ms [A:64, R:0]
INFO 00:33:07: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:09: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:09: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:09: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:11: GPU4 Accepted share 33ms [A:65, R:0]
INFO 00:33:13: GPU4 Accepted share 32ms [A:66, R:0]
INFO 00:33:14: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:14: GPU4 Accepted share 26ms [A:67, R:0]
GPU0: 372 Sol/s GPU1: 343 Sol/s GPU2: 349 Sol/s GPU3: 356 Sol/s GPU4: 373 Sol/s
Total speed: 1793 Sol/s
INFO 00:33:15: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:16: GPU0 Accepted share 25ms [A:66, R:0]
INFO 00:33:17: GPU0 Accepted share 33ms [A:67, R:0]
INFO 00:33:20: GPU0 Accepted share 32ms [A:68, R:0]
INFO 00:33:20: GPU0 Accepted share 24ms [A:69, R:0]
INFO 00:33:21: GPU2 Accepted share 25ms [A:75, R:0]
INFO 00:33:21: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:22: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:23: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:26: GPU2 Accepted share 33ms [A:78, R:0]
INFO 00:33:26: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:29: GPU4 Accepted share 34ms [A:68, R:0]
INFO 00:33:30: GPU2 Accepted share 31ms [A:79, R:0]
INFO 00:33:31: GPU2 Accepted share 25ms [A:80, R:0]
INFO 00:33:31: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:33: GPU2 Accepted share 34ms [A:81, R:0]
INFO 00:33:34: GPU4 Accepted share 25ms [A:69, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: 2faa
INFO 00:33:38: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:39: GPU2 Accepted share 26ms [A:82, R:0]
INFO 00:33:39: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:40: GPU4 Accepted share 35ms [A:70, R:0]
INFO 00:33:43: GPU0 Accepted share 44ms [A:75, R:0]
INFO 00:33:43: GPU4 Accepted share 39ms [A:71, R:0]
GPU0: 382 Sol/s GPU1: 354 Sol/s GPU2: 344 Sol/s GPU3: 348 Sol/s GPU4: 381 Sol/s
Total speed: 1809 Sol/s
INFO 00:33:46: GPU2 Accepted share 34ms [A:83, R:0]
INFO 00:33:47: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:48: GPU2 Accepted share 26ms [A:84, R:0]
INFO 00:33:48: GPU2 Accepted share 27ms [A:85, R:0]
INFO 00:33:48: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:50: GPU2 Accepted share 34ms [A:86, R:0]
INFO 00:33:52: GPU0 Accepted share 33ms [A:78, R:0]
INFO 00:33:53: GPU2 Accepted share 27ms [A:87, R:0]
INFO 00:33:53: GPU4 Accepted share 26ms [A:72, R:0]
INFO 00:33:54: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:54: GPU0 Accepted share 31ms [A:80, R:0]
INFO 00:33:54: GPU0 Accepted share 25ms [A:81, R:0]
INFO 00:33:54: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:54: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:54: GPU0 Accepted share 25ms [A:82, R:0]
INFO 00:33:54: GPU4 Accepted share 26ms [A:73, R:0]
INFO 00:33:57: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:33:58: GPU4 Accepted share 33ms [A:74, R:0]
INFO 00:34:02: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:02: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:84, R:0]
INFO 00:34:02: GPU4 Accepted share 26ms [A:75, R:0]
INFO 00:34:05: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:11: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:11: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:14: GPU2 Accepted share 34ms [A:93, R:0]
GPU0: 382 Sol/s GPU1: 350 Sol/s GPU2: 349 Sol/s GPU3: 350 Sol/s GPU4: 373 Sol/s
Total speed: 1804 Sol/s
INFO 00:34:16: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:18: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:19: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:20: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:20: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:21: GPU4 Accepted share 27ms [A:76, R:0]
INFO 00:34:24: GPU2 Accepted share 33ms [A:97, R:0]
INFO 00:34:24: GPU4 Accepted share 26ms [A:77, R:0]
INFO 00:34:26: GPU1 Accepted share 32ms [A:49, R:0]
INFO 00:34:28: GPU0 Accepted share 28ms [A:88, R:0]
INFO 00:34:30: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:31: GPU1 Accepted share 33ms [A:50, R:0]
INFO 00:34:31: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:33: GPU0 Accepted share 30ms [A:89, R:0]
INFO 00:34:33: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:33: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:34: GPU4 Accepted share 25ms [A:78, R:0]
INFO 00:34:35: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:38: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:38: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:40: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:40: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:43: GPU4 Accepted share 37ms [A:79, R:0]
INFO 00:34:43: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:92, R:0]
INFO 00:34:44: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:93, R:0]
INFO 00:34:44: GPU0 Accepted share 28ms [A:94, R:0]
INFO 00:34:44: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:44: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:44: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 380 Sol/s GPU1: 354 Sol/s GPU2: 343 Sol/s GPU3: 346 Sol/s GPU4: 384 Sol/s
Total speed: 1807 Sol/s
INFO 00:34:46: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:46: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:48: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:50: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:53: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:54: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:54: GPU0 Accepted share 28ms [A:97, R:0]
INFO 00:34:56: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:56: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:58: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:58: GPU0 Accepted share 29ms [A:99, R:0]
INFO 00:34:58: GPU0 Accepted share 25ms [A:100, R:0]
INFO 00:34:59: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:34:59: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:101, R:0]
INFO 00:35:01: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:02: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:03: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:05: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:05: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:06: GPU0 Accepted share 33ms [A:102, R:0]
INFO 00:35:08: GPU0 Accepted share 33ms [A:103, R:0]
INFO 00:35:09: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:10: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:10: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:106, R:0]
INFO 00:35:10: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:13: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:15: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:15: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:108, R:0]
GPU0: 388 Sol/s GPU1: 347 Sol/s GPU2: 350 Sol/s GPU3: 350 Sol/s GPU4: 372 Sol/s
Total speed: 1807 Sol/s
INFO 00:35:16: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:21: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:21: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:22: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:24: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:24: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:25: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:25: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:26: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:27: GPU0 Accepted share 88ms [A:111, R:0]
INFO 00:35:29: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:33: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: 2fab
INFO 00:35:35: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:35: GPU0 Accepted share 25ms [A:113, R:0]
INFO 00:35:36: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:37: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:39: GPU0 Accepted share 33ms [A:115, R:0]
INFO 00:35:41: GPU0 Accepted share 29ms [A:116, R:0]
INFO 00:35:41: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:42: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 383 Sol/s GPU1: 350 Sol/s GPU2: 344 Sol/s GPU3: 347 Sol/s GPU4: 374 Sol/s
Total speed: 1798 Sol/s
INFO 00:35:47: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:48: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:50: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:53: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:56: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:35:58: GPU0 Accepted share 34ms [A:117, R:0]
INFO 00:35:58: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:118, R:0]
INFO 00:36:03: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:07: GPU0 Accepted share 31ms [A:119, R:0]
INFO 00:36:08: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:09: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:10: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:13: GPU0 Accepted share 33ms [A:121, R:0]
INFO 00:36:15: GPU0 Accepted share 32ms [A:122, R:0]
INFO 00:36:15: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:15: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 380 Sol/s GPU1: 350 Sol/s GPU2: 344 Sol/s GPU3: 346 Sol/s GPU4: 377 Sol/s
Total speed: 1797 Sol/s
INFO 00:36:18: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:21: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:21: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:22: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:22: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:23: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:24: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:24: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:24: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:25: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:25: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:27: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:27: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:31: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:31: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:32: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:33: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:36: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:38: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:38: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:38: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:39: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:41: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:43: GPU0 Accepted share 31ms [A:128, R:0]
INFO 00:36:45: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:45: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:45: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:45: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 382 Sol/s GPU1: 346 Sol/s GPU2: 339 Sol/s GPU3: 350 Sol/s GPU4: 376 Sol/s
Total speed: 1793 Sol/s
INFO 00:36:48: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:48: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:50: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:50: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:36:55: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:00: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:01: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:131, R:0]
INFO 00:37:03: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:05: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:06: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:06: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:06: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:133, R:0]
INFO 00:37:08: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:11: GPU0 Accepted share 33ms [A:134, R:0]
INFO 00:37:13: GPU0 Accepted share 32ms [A:135, R:0]
INFO 00:37:15: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:15: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:136, R:0]
GPU0: 382 Sol/s GPU1: 345 Sol/s GPU2: 348 Sol/s GPU3: 348 Sol/s GPU4: 376 Sol/s
Total speed: 1799 Sol/s
INFO 00:37:17: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:17: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: 2fac
INFO 00:37:17: GPU0 Accepted share 24ms [A:138, R:0]
INFO 00:37:18: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:18: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:20: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:22: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:22: GPU0 Accepted share 29ms [A:142, R:0]
INFO 00:37:23: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:143, R:0]
INFO 00:37:24: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:24: GPU0 Accepted share 24ms [A:144, R:0]
INFO 00:37:28: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:31: GPU0 Accepted share 2365ms [A:145, R:0]
INFO 00:37:31: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:31: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:31: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:32: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:36: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:37: GPU0 Accepted share 29ms [A:147, R:0]
INFO 00:37:37: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:39: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:39: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:149, R:0]
INFO 00:37:39: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:150, R:0]
GPU0: 384 Sol/s GPU1: 349 Sol/s GPU2: 348 Sol/s GPU3: 348 Sol/s GPU4: 375 Sol/s
Total speed: 1804 Sol/s
INFO 00:37:58: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU0 Accepted share 10356ms [A:152, R:0]
INFO 00:37:58: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU0 Accepted share 6295ms [A:153, R:0]
INFO 00:37:58: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:58: GPU0 Accepted share 2050ms [A:154, R:0]
INFO 00:37:58: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:37:59: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:00: GPU0 Accepted share 39ms [A:156, R:0]
INFO 00:38:04: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:05: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: 2fad
INFO 00:38:10: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:10: GPU0 Accepted share 25ms [A:158, R:0]
INFO 00:38:11: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:13: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:13: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:159, R:0]
INFO 00:38:13: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:13: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:15: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:16: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:17: GPU0 Accepted share 28ms [A:161, R:0]
INFO 00:38:17: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:18: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:20: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:23: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:23: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:24: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:24: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:25: GPU0 Accepted share 25ms [A:164, R:0]
INFO 00:38:25: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:25: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:28: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 389 Sol/s GPU1: 345 Sol/s GPU2: 343 Sol/s GPU3: 346 Sol/s GPU4: 383 Sol/s
Total speed: 1806 Sol/s
INFO 00:38:31: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:31: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:31: GPU0 Accepted share 38ms [A:167, R:0]
INFO 00:38:33: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:33: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:34: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:35: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:35: GPU0 Accepted share 30ms [A:169, R:0]
INFO 00:38:36: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:36: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:36: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:171, R:0]
INFO 00:38:38: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:39: GPU1 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:39: GPU0 Accepted share 26ms [A:173, R:0]
INFO 00:38:43: GPU0 Accepted share 33ms [A:174, R:0]
INFO 00:38:43: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:43: GPU0 Accepted share 24ms [A:176, R:0]
INFO 00:38:44: GPU0 Accepted share 27ms [A:177, R:0]
INFO 00:38:45: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:46: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:47: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:50: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:51: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:52: GPU0 Accepted share 29ms [A:178, R:0]
INFO 00:38:53: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:53: GPU0 Accepted share 28ms [A:179, R:0]
INFO 00:38:53: GPU0 Accepted share 25ms [A:180, R:0]
INFO 00:38:54: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:54: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:55: GPU2 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 00:38:56: GPU3 DevFee Accepted share

Payout at pool dropped 85%. Looks either like a bug or ..start 10min after run with the devfee now its 41 still devfee not stopped.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 17, 2016, 12:02:46 AM
Please do not use version 0.0.5 right now because it contains an error i publish fixed version tomorrow!
sorry for inconvenience


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 17, 2016, 12:06:42 AM
New version 0.0.5b

Thx..the size is smaller? ..older version are all above 410kb this one just 288kb :-D
But somehow the green messages are less than before even with the same diff..

0.0.4 @128diff was ding ding ding ding..
0.0.5 @128 is ding.....ding........ding.........ding

I like your interpretation of shares  ;D, I guess i'll hold out until the next version.

How do we set 2 instances in the config?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 17, 2016, 12:13:44 AM
New version 0.0.5b

Thx..the size is smaller? ..older version are all above 410kb this one just 288kb :-D
But somehow the green messages are less than before even with the same diff..

0.0.4 @128diff was ding ding ding ding..
0.0.5 @128 is ding.....ding........ding.........ding

I like your interpretation of shares  ;D, I guess i'll hold out until the next version.

How do we set 2 instances in the config?

Well one thing you learn when teaching rats is - make your sounds painting pictures and let imagine what they mean :-D
That is what they do when I make fast "clack Clack clack.." they run because it means food..but clack ...clack....clack means attention i have to say something girls/stop fighting.


No config I just start to .cmd files with diff=128


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 17, 2016, 12:21:20 AM
I don't know what to say but laugh.. Thank you for the entertainment  :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: antantti on December 17, 2016, 12:23:48 AM
So guys, after this latest miner development and celebration, how much per day? Plenty of free chairs available if you need some time to calculate, music already stopped yesterday.

How much?  ::)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 17, 2016, 12:31:15 AM
So guys, after this latest miner development and celebration, how much per day? Plenty of free chairs available if you need some time to calculate, music already stopped yesterday.

How much?  ::)

Not alot! Is it even worth it now?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 17, 2016, 12:35:29 AM
I don't know what to say but laugh.. Thank you for the entertainment  :)

May I introduce inspector Susi - she is on inspecting how well i assembled my selfmade rig :-D
https://abload.de/img/img_20161126_173952c2uej.jpg


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 17, 2016, 12:37:40 AM
The EWFB kernel is slow. No profit for you.. much profit for me


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 17, 2016, 12:38:35 AM
The EWFB kernel is slow. No profit for you.. much profit for me

Profit for you in which way? Did you finished your miner with better performance?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 17, 2016, 12:42:50 AM
The EWFB kernel is slow. No profit for you.. much profit for me

Profit for you in which way? Did you finished your miner with better performance?

I am dumping my profit.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 17, 2016, 12:46:10 AM
The EWFB kernel is slow. No profit for you.. much profit for me

Profit for you in which way? Did you finished your miner with better performance?

I am dumping my profit.

Mh i don't get what you want to say...you are speaking in riddles and obfuscation. Do you have a miner for nvidia that performs better than EQM or EWBF?
Maybe you drunk to much tonight - taking a nap can save your reputation :-D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 17, 2016, 12:50:11 AM
Strange things are happening tonight... I learnt a new word!

Quote
Obfuscation - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obfuscation
Obfuscation is the obscuring of intended meaning in communication, making the message confusing, willfully ambiguous, or harder to understand.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 17, 2016, 12:55:11 AM
Strange things are happening tonight... I learnt a new word!

Quote
Obfuscation - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obfuscation
Obfuscation is the obscuring of intended meaning in communication, making the message confusing, willfully ambiguous, or harder to understand.

As I said I teach rats to do certain things :-D why shouldn't it apply to humans too?
97% of all neuronal and cognitive researches and findings of neurotransmitters are made ..yeah with rats.

I hope soon I can teach them to assemble my rigs - she already learned to pick the connectors and screws and bring them to me :D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Zoke on December 17, 2016, 02:20:47 AM
Where is 0.0.5?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: JKRex on December 17, 2016, 03:04:08 AM
Where is 0.0.5?
Please do not use version 0.0.5 right now because it contains an error i publish fixed version tomorrow!
sorry for inconvenience


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 17, 2016, 04:02:28 AM
The EWFB kernel is slow. No profit for you.. much profit for me

Profit for you in which way? Did you finished your miner with better performance?

I am dumping my profit.

Mh i don't get what you want to say...you are speaking in riddles and obfuscation. Do you have a miner for nvidia that performs better than EQM or EWBF?
Maybe you drunk to much tonight - taking a nap can save your reputation :-D

He doesn't. SP doesn't make miners anymore.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: marcus_v on December 17, 2016, 04:23:36 AM
I look forward to version 5



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: NRZ on December 17, 2016, 07:39:10 AM
We will wait 0.0.5b version. Hope can get it soon.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 17, 2016, 07:51:21 AM
The EWFB kernel is slow. No profit for you.. much profit for me

Profit for you in which way? Did you finished your miner with better performance?

I am dumping my profit.

Mh i don't get what you want to say...you are speaking in riddles and obfuscation. Do you have a miner for nvidia that performs better than EQM or EWBF?
Maybe you drunk to much tonight - taking a nap can save your reputation :-D

He doesn't. SP doesn't make miners anymore.

he doesn't ever, he only make solver, he mod the kernel of a released version of someone else, you see he is always waiting for a release before doing anything


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: TIKCrazy on December 17, 2016, 01:46:46 PM
version 0.0.5b is available for downloading, right?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 17, 2016, 01:52:02 PM
Yes, I released fixed 0.0.5b version.
Right now it works fine on my rigs.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 17, 2016, 01:53:19 PM
Nice.. matched the speed of nicehash EQM..

Back to using your miner..  ;)

Thanks!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 17, 2016, 01:57:33 PM
Yes, I released fixed 0.0.5b version.
Right now it works fine on my rigs.

Do i get a bug finding gift or special? :-D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 17, 2016, 02:02:56 PM
Yes, I released fixed 0.0.5b version.
Right now it works fine on my rigs.

Do i get a bug finding gift or special? :-D

and what would you like?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 17, 2016, 02:03:55 PM
Yes, I released fixed 0.0.5b version.
Right now it works fine on my rigs.

Do i get a bug finding gift or special? :-D

and what would you like?

Up to you :-D what u think is fitting the find.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 17, 2016, 02:08:12 PM
Nice.. matched the speed of nicehash EQM..

Actually it is 5% slower then EQM..   :(

Would like to see more speed improvements..  :o


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 17, 2016, 02:19:50 PM
i see basically the same speed, the difference is like 1% here plus 2% fee vs nicehash, but this can mine where i want which is much better


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ivan1975 on December 17, 2016, 02:39:21 PM
Thx for miner.
The speed is like nicehash +- within the error.
But we are not linked with the pool.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dafyk on December 17, 2016, 03:04:39 PM
Yes, I released fixed 0.0.5b version.
Right now it works fine on my rigs.

Compute 2.1 version possible??


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Nikolaj on December 17, 2016, 03:17:23 PM
Maybe you drunk to much tonight - taking a nap can save your reputation :-D

you got the point  ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 17, 2016, 03:44:23 PM
Thanks, getting almost the same speed as nicehash with the same efficiency :). Do you think we will be able to reach over 400 sols with the 1070?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 17, 2016, 04:16:26 PM
EWBF need more GPU usage to match nicehash miner....


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: k0stas on December 17, 2016, 04:22:08 PM
The miner 0.0.5b use only 94% of GPU that means there is room for more speed.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: SunStruck on December 17, 2016, 04:37:42 PM
Thanks for the sick update ... so crazy :D wish I had more 1070's


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Slava_K on December 17, 2016, 04:42:55 PM
Power target 90, GPU load 90, temp 61 by celsius, hashrate 346. 1080 ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kell234 on December 17, 2016, 05:17:46 PM
2x 1070

nice 700 h/s
EWBF  675-2% =  660h/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 17, 2016, 05:17:48 PM
The miner 0.0.5b use only 94% of GPU that means there is room for more speed.

it was the same on 4b version, so it's not clear how much a 5% increase would get you, if it's possible to maximize the usage

it's not clear also what will be the limit with nvidia, instead amd is there at their limit confirmed by clymore with his last version


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: marvykkio on December 17, 2016, 05:23:52 PM
version 0.0.4b
 2 x 1070 =  599 / 606  h/s


version 0.0.5b
 2 x 1070 =  716 / 722  h/s





Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 17, 2016, 05:27:10 PM
Compared to EQM .03 getting a 15% reduction in hashrate. This miner also has a 5% reduction in power. So overall net loss in hash and a tiny bit less efficiency. There is something to be said of mining the coin direct though too.

EWBF, as with other miners, add the ability to execute multiple instances (or threads) of your miner with the same program. For instance running the miner twice right now increases hashrate by about 8%.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Viperho on December 17, 2016, 07:27:52 PM
Would it be possible to compile a compute 2.0 version of 0.5b?  Thank you


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 17, 2016, 07:55:57 PM
Would it be possible to compile a compute 2.0 version of 0.5b?  Thank you

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00 (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 17, 2016, 08:45:05 PM
1080 performance now the same as a 1070 for me... Do you think there are model specific enhancements needed?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dafyk on December 17, 2016, 09:05:58 PM
Would it be possible to compile a compute 2.0 version of 0.5b?  Thank you

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00 (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00)

Thank you my fake GT 730 now gives stable 7sol/s, v0.4 made 5-7sol/s and very high rejection rate.
0.5b with Quadro K620 33sol/s, with eqm 1.0.3b 38sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on December 17, 2016, 09:34:48 PM
Would it be possible to compile a compute 2.0 version of 0.5b?  Thank you

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00 (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00)

Thank you my fake GT 730 now gives stable 7sol/s, v0.4 made 5-7sol/s and very high rejection rate.
0.5b with Quadro K620 33sol/s, with eqm 1.0.3b 38sol/s

Real GT 730 DDR5 gives 13sol/s on v0.5 up by 1sol/s from v0.4


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: hichemsaid92 on December 17, 2016, 09:58:21 PM
can some one help !

http://image.prntscr.com/image/d4a11ccb2e5d437789dca6d8028a40d1.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 17, 2016, 10:00:31 PM

I think you need to input zcash t-address instead of your username for suprnova..


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 17, 2016, 10:48:54 PM

Config needs to be like this..

Code:
miner --server zec.suprnova.cc --user suggsy89.test --pass x --port 2142

You're missing a worker name and you need to remove -eu


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on December 17, 2016, 11:07:15 PM
@EBWF,  the compute 2.0 miner you compiled you might try using cuda6.5 to compile.  I'm not a developer but with claymore's eth miner he uses cuda6.5 for the older card support.  It may help with performance.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 18, 2016, 12:03:10 AM
Why not buy a new card instead of hassle with outdated hardware and make a problem of not supporting a device that even nvidia dropped long long time ago.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: BeneQ on December 18, 2016, 12:19:45 AM
There is a little improvement ,  my  gtx 1080  was  320-330 sol/s   now  is   360-368 sol/s

Thanks for this  software


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lucasan123 on December 18, 2016, 12:25:27 AM
280 sols with gtx 980 ti. nicehash is making 325............ but not so bad  .......... less power used


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on December 18, 2016, 03:35:42 AM
Why not buy a new card instead of hassle with outdated hardware and make a problem of not supporting a device that even nvidia dropped long long time ago.

Because Nvidia keeps putting them out Fermi based cards in the OEM market, so people are bound to have them.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 18, 2016, 06:20:29 AM
Looks like best results come from running 4 instances. Definitely something needs to be toned up as far as GPU utilization. There is basically 15% overhead the miner isn't taking advantage of for some reason. You can reach EQM speeds by running this many instances. Even just two instances is a huge boost (10%) compared to running one.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 18, 2016, 06:48:55 AM
Why not buy a new card instead of hassle with outdated hardware and make a problem of not supporting a device that even nvidia dropped long long time ago.


 Do keep in mind that a lot of us have EXISTING hardware on hand we'd like to mine more efficiently with, and don't see any reason to toss out working hardware just to spend $$$ on new stuff.
 There are also the SMALL miners that can't afford to casually just "buy a new card".


 Also keep in mind that AMD in particular had *3 generations* of "new" stuff that was no more than a bios refresh + slightly faster RAM with NO CHANGE TO THE ACTUAL GPU for most of the cards in the "new" line.
 (HD 7750/7770/78xx/79xx series, R5/7/9 2xx series, R5/7/9 3xx series - each generation only added 1 or 2 actual NEW gpu chips, usually at the top-end of the new line).

 Some of the R9 3xx series IS STILL IN PRODUCTION as AMD hasn't released their RX 4xx series replacements yet - which makes cards like the HD 7970 and 7950 arguably still current, and DEFINITELY the HD 7990.
 They also haven't released replacements for the bottom-end cards, so my HD 7750 is arguably still a CURRENT GPU (not one a miner should go out to buy, but since I have them on hand already no point in not USING them and achieving even MORE profit past the ROI they managed years ago).


 As far as the GPU goes, my HD 7870 is in actual FACT only one generation behind current, even if it's OFFICIALLY 4 generations old and 3-4 years out of production - and my R9 290s blow away ANY RX SERIES CARD that has been released to date on hashrate on pretty much ANY coin despite having been "dropped years ago".





Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Viperho on December 18, 2016, 07:00:33 AM
Would it be possible to compile a compute 2.0 version of 0.5b?  Thank you

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00 (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00)

THANKS so much for this. really quick, it is appreciated!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 18, 2016, 07:25:37 AM
Why not buy a new card instead of hassle with outdated hardware and make a problem of not supporting a device that even nvidia dropped long long time ago.


 Do keep in mind that a lot of us have EXISTING hardware on hand we'd like to mine more efficiently with, and don't see any reason to toss out working hardware just to spend $$$ on new stuff.
 There are also the SMALL miners that can't afford to casually just "buy a new card".


 Also keep in mind that AMD in particular had *3 generations* of "new" stuff that was no more than a bios refresh + slightly faster RAM with NO CHANGE TO THE ACTUAL GPU for most of the cards in the "new" line.
 (HD 7750/7770/78xx/79xx series, R5/7/9 2xx series, R5/7/9 3xx series - each generation only added 1 or 2 actual NEW gpu chips, usually at the top-end of the new line).

 Some of the R9 3xx series IS STILL IN PRODUCTION as AMD hasn't released their RX 4xx series replacements yet - which makes cards like the HD 7970 and 7950 arguably still current, and DEFINITELY the HD 7990.
 They also haven't released replacements for the bottom-end cards, so my HD 7750 is arguably still a CURRENT GPU (not one a miner should go out to buy, but since I have them on hand already no point in not USING them and achieving even MORE profit past the ROI they managed years ago).


 As far as the GPU goes, my HD 7870 is in actual FACT only one generation behind current, even if it's OFFICIALLY 4 generations old and 3-4 years out of production - and my R9 290s blow away ANY RX SERIES CARD that has been released to date on hashrate on pretty much ANY coin despite having been "dropped years ago".

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase and not just pick something out of the trash regardless of how little money you have and expect it to work like a top tier piece of hardware. The same can be said about people who are buying four year old AMD hardware and expecting it to hash as fast and be as efficient as brand new AMD hardware because someone recommended them buying a $80 7970 off of eBay. Sadly Ethereum has given people a false sense of profitability concerning older hardware due to the unique way it hashes. As we get closer and closer to electricity cost efficiency is going to matter a lot more and there are going to be a lot of disgruntled miners turning off their rigs.

This has already happened before at the end of '14, beginning of '15 and if you've did your research you would have also figured that out.

That aside, this is a Nvidia thread, it doesn't matter what AMD is doing on the other side of the spectrum. Nvidia hardware has had new architecture with every new GPU generation (putting aside super low end cards). The only cross generation weirdness was the 750ti which was Maxwell regardless of branding. Coming in here and talking about AMD cards and what's happening with AMD doesn't apply to Nvidia.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 18, 2016, 08:42:26 AM
I also want to report there is a weird ass bug that's been plaguing this miner since the beginning, it still doesn't look like it's fixed. If you have a six GPU rig, one of the GPUs will sometimes hash 20% slower then all the other GPUS. It doesn't really make sense what causes it to happen. I can't figure it out even on virtually identical systems except for GPU brands. I have a couple systems like this.

Oh and add the ability to run multiple threads from the same miner.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 18, 2016, 10:25:20 AM

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase


 You keep ASSuming that all miners "purchase" all of their gear to mine with, as opposed to the LARGE number of us that already had EXISTING gear we put (or put BACK) into Mining service once something came up it was profitable on.

 This is just as applicable to NVidia as to AMD, though NVidia has rarely been competative on mining vs AMD and there is a lot less "older" NVidia gear around used for mining with as a result. (in my case, 2x GTX 960, 3 x GTX 950, and 2 x GTX 750 Ti on the NVidia side as opposed to 5 x HD 7750, 2 x 7870, and a 7850 on the AMD side - but I'm probably a rarity in having comparable numbers of GPU on each side when the current ETH/ETC/XMR/ZEC/etc period of profitability began).


 On the other hand, NVidia's "new GPU architecture with each generation" was nothing more than a minor rehash and usually a "more cores on the top end" change, the only REAL difference is they "officially" changed their silicon on their various 28nm generations - with similar performance gains (small and mostly due to faster memory being available) vs the contemporary AMD generations. Their only BIG change during the GPU mining years has been the move to 14/16nm with Pascal vs the previous generations - they just did a better job HIDING that fact vs AMD's "rebranding" on THEIR GCN 28nm generations.
 AMD's move to GCN vs the older Terrascale was a much bigger change in architecture than anything NVidia in that period prior to Maxwell.

 I never did understand why NVidia labeled the 750 as the same generation as the older 7xx stuff - by rights it should have been the GTX 940.
 On the other hand, AMD should have changed their generation numbers when they moved to GCN, instead of having quite a few of their 7xxx series be Terrascale and the rest GCN.


 BTW - I make my entire living from mining, if that's not "real" then you have a really wierd definition of "real".



 I'm fully aware of the GPU bust from a couple years back - I had quite a bit of gear left over from mining Litecoin and X11 days, but instead of selling it off I just started using it for what I'd ORIGINALLY bought most of it for prior to my ever hearing of Bitcoin much less Litecoin. I "did my research" back THEN when I was part of that history.






Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on December 18, 2016, 10:27:44 AM
Why not buy a new card instead of hassle with outdated hardware and make a problem of not supporting a device that even nvidia dropped long long time ago.


 Do keep in mind that a lot of us have EXISTING hardware on hand we'd like to mine more efficiently with, and don't see any reason to toss out working hardware just to spend $$$ on new stuff.
 There are also the SMALL miners that can't afford to casually just "buy a new card".


 Also keep in mind that AMD in particular had *3 generations* of "new" stuff that was no more than a bios refresh + slightly faster RAM with NO CHANGE TO THE ACTUAL GPU for most of the cards in the "new" line.
 (HD 7750/7770/78xx/79xx series, R5/7/9 2xx series, R5/7/9 3xx series - each generation only added 1 or 2 actual NEW gpu chips, usually at the top-end of the new line).

 Some of the R9 3xx series IS STILL IN PRODUCTION as AMD hasn't released their RX 4xx series replacements yet - which makes cards like the HD 7970 and 7950 arguably still current, and DEFINITELY the HD 7990.
 They also haven't released replacements for the bottom-end cards, so my HD 7750 is arguably still a CURRENT GPU (not one a miner should go out to buy, but since I have them on hand already no point in not USING them and achieving even MORE profit past the ROI they managed years ago).


 As far as the GPU goes, my HD 7870 is in actual FACT only one generation behind current, even if it's OFFICIALLY 4 generations old and 3-4 years out of production - and my R9 290s blow away ANY RX SERIES CARD that has been released to date on hashrate on pretty much ANY coin despite having been "dropped years ago".

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase and not just pick something out of the trash regardless of how little money you have and expect it to work like a top tier piece of hardware. The same can be said about people who are buying four year old AMD hardware and expecting it to hash as fast and be as efficient as brand new AMD hardware because someone recommended them buying a $80 7970 off of eBay. Sadly Ethereum has given people a false sense of profitability concerning older hardware due to the unique way it hashes. As we get closer and closer to electricity cost efficiency is going to matter a lot more and there are going to be a lot of disgruntled miners turning off their rigs.

This has already happened before at the end of '14, beginning of '15 and if you've did your research you would have also figured that out.

That aside, this is a Nvidia thread, it doesn't matter what AMD is doing on the other side of the spectrum. Nvidia hardware has had new architecture with every new GPU generation (putting aside super low end cards). The only cross generation weirdness was the 750ti which was Maxwell regardless of branding. Coming in here and talking about AMD cards and what's happening with AMD doesn't apply to Nvidia.
Nvidia's 6xx and 7xx series both are built on Kepler and Fermi was 9xxx to 5xx series, you really need to read more if you think Maxwell 75x to 9xx are the only cross over GPU's with Nvidia.  Hell the GTX 1050/ti only real change is die size and a few memory optimaztions.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 18, 2016, 03:00:05 PM
I'm not seeing that issue on my 6x1070 rig or another mixed rig.

I also want to report there is a weird ass bug that's been plaguing this miner since the beginning, it still doesn't look like it's fixed. If you have a six GPU rig, one of the GPUs will sometimes hash 20% slower then all the other GPUS. It doesn't really make sense what causes it to happen. I can't figure it out even on virtually identical systems except for GPU brands. I have a couple systems like this.

Oh and add the ability to run multiple threads from the same miner.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 18, 2016, 03:24:37 PM
@bensam1231
 When you are using remote connection software (like teamviewer) you can live some hashrate drops. Did you checked that which gpu is slow then the others? zec algorithm is hungry to gpu. Maybe your psu isn't enough for 6 X 1070??? What is the current clock speeds of the gpu when you live this problem? and also gpu and mem controller load ratio?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 18, 2016, 03:38:58 PM
I also want to report there is a weird ass bug that's been plaguing this miner since the beginning, it still doesn't look like it's fixed. If you have a six GPU rig, one of the GPUs will sometimes hash 20% slower then all the other GPUS. It doesn't really make sense what causes it to happen. I can't figure it out even on virtually identical systems except for GPU brands. I have a couple systems like this.

Oh and add the ability to run multiple threads from the same miner.

Its due to signal processing of monitor signal. I noticed that to when I disconnect the monitor or turn it of..the hash increases on this card. But since I have this miner the diff is just 1-2h not that much it behaves better than many others. Maybe you need also to check the nvdia system setting and enable the max. perf setting..this also helped in certain cases for my setups. Give it a try if not already done.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 18, 2016, 05:13:57 PM

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase


 You keep ASSuming that all miners "purchase" all of their gear to mine with, as opposed to the LARGE number of us that already had EXISTING gear we put (or put BACK) into Mining service once something came up it was profitable on.

 This is just as applicable to NVidia as to AMD, though NVidia has rarely been competative on mining vs AMD and there is a lot less "older" NVidia gear around used for mining with as a result. (in my case, 2x GTX 960, 3 x GTX 950, and 2 x GTX 750 Ti on the NVidia side as opposed to 5 x HD 7750, 2 x 7870, and a 7850 on the AMD side - but I'm probably a rarity in having comparable numbers of GPU on each side when the current ETH/ETC/XMR/ZEC/etc period of profitability began).

 On the other hand, NVidia's "new GPU architecture with each generation" was nothing more than a minor rehash and usually a "more cores on the top end" change, the only REAL difference is they "officially" changed their silicon on their various 28nm generations - with similar performance gains (small and mostly due to faster memory being available) vs the contemporary AMD generations. Their only BIG change during the GPU mining years has been the move to 14/16nm with Pascal vs the previous generations - they just did a better job HIDING that fact vs AMD's "rebranding" on THEIR GCN 28nm generations.
 AMD's move to GCN vs the older Terrascale was a much bigger change in architecture than anything NVidia in that period prior to Maxwell.

 I never did understand why NVidia labeled the 750 as the same generation as the older 7xx stuff - by rights it should have been the GTX 940.
 On the other hand, AMD should have changed their generation numbers when they moved to GCN, instead of having quite a few of their 7xxx series be Terrascale and the rest GCN.

 BTW - I make my entire living from mining, if that's not "real" then you have a really wierd definition of "real".

 I'm fully aware of the GPU bust from a couple years back - I had quite a bit of gear left over from mining Litecoin and X11 days, but instead of selling it off I just started using it for what I'd ORIGINALLY bought most of it for prior to my ever hearing of Bitcoin much less Litecoin. I "did my research" back THEN when I was part of that history.

Good amount of unnecessary spacing for the win, right?

Unless you have boxes of 7970s laying around(!?!?!) you're in the extreme minority. That is to say you don't fucking matter. All the other points hold true. The random guy trying to mine on his six year old laptop or random card he upgraded from is not the forefront of development effort for devs on here. You know why? Because legitimate miners are actually using hardware that is recent and they have a lot of hashing power. Whether or not you can make $.10 per day doesn't matter around here. Put your card on eBay and let a big miner swallow it up.

Rarely competitive vs AMD? You mean like NeoS, Lyra, Quark (before it was ASIC'd), Library and all the other algos you don't mine because AMD hardware isn't competitive on them. Ethereum is a niche case scenario when it comes to the world of cryptos. It is literally the one algo that is so memory bus restricted it literally strangles any GPUs put on it and can't be improved. Even Equihash is showing some individuals who thought hardware couldn't break 200 sols and then Nvidia hardware couldn't break 200 sols, this isn't fucking Ethereum. It's not completely bus limited, you can check out your MCU usage on powerful cards... Nvidia hardware still has a lot to go as far as that goes.

Now you're just talking semantics. They redesign their chips and it doesn't count? Sorry, but I'm calling bullshit on that one. Visit any real hardware website that's not trying to shovel self supporting agendas down your throat (BCT) and you know that's not true. Maxwell and Pascal have both had relatively good support on Nvidias side of things for mining (when devs develop for Nvidia). Anything older then that people should be happy if miners work for it.

If you live off $.1 a day then that's amazing, otherwise we have some discrepancies here. On one hand you're toting your old ass hardware that you want to be brand spanking new and just as efficient as recent hardware as 'stuff you have laying around' and on the other now you're saying you have boxes of them? This goes back to my original point that you made misinformed purchases and now you're getting pissy as we're approaching electrical cost and want devs to spend extra time specifically on your shitty hardware.

So curiously if you have boxes of GPUs laying around, what did you use it for during the time when it's unprofitable? Oh you powered it down for a year? Do you know what opportunity cost is? Although since you did your research back then, you should probably be pretty happy that it's lasted this long and you're ready to sell it to buy new stuff.

I also want to report there is a weird ass bug that's been plaguing this miner since the beginning, it still doesn't look like it's fixed. If you have a six GPU rig, one of the GPUs will sometimes hash 20% slower then all the other GPUS. It doesn't really make sense what causes it to happen. I can't figure it out even on virtually identical systems except for GPU brands. I have a couple systems like this.

Oh and add the ability to run multiple threads from the same miner.

Its due to signal processing of monitor signal. I noticed that to when I disconnect the monitor or turn it of..the hash increases on this card. But since I have this miner the diff is just 1-2h not that much it behaves better than many others. Maybe you need also to check the nvdia system setting and enable the max. perf setting..this also helped in certain cases for my setups. Give it a try if not already done.

Yeah I figured this out last night, it's just when a monitor is connected. This doesn't happen on other miners though like EQM.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 18, 2016, 05:22:46 PM

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase


 You keep ASSuming that all miners "purchase" all of their gear to mine with, as opposed to the LARGE number of us that already had EXISTING gear we put (or put BACK) into Mining service once something came up it was profitable on.

 This is just as applicable to NVidia as to AMD, though NVidia has rarely been competative on mining vs AMD and there is a lot less "older" NVidia gear around used for mining with as a result. (in my case, 2x GTX 960, 3 x GTX 950, and 2 x GTX 750 Ti on the NVidia side as opposed to 5 x HD 7750, 2 x 7870, and a 7850 on the AMD side - but I'm probably a rarity in having comparable numbers of GPU on each side when the current ETH/ETC/XMR/ZEC/etc period of profitability began).


 On the other hand, NVidia's "new GPU architecture with each generation" was nothing more than a minor rehash and usually a "more cores on the top end" change, the only REAL difference is they "officially" changed their silicon on their various 28nm generations - with similar performance gains (small and mostly due to faster memory being available) vs the contemporary AMD generations. Their only BIG change during the GPU mining years has been the move to 14/16nm with Pascal vs the previous generations - they just did a better job HIDING that fact vs AMD's "rebranding" on THEIR GCN 28nm generations.
 AMD's move to GCN vs the older Terrascale was a much bigger change in architecture than anything NVidia in that period prior to Maxwell.

 I never did understand why NVidia labeled the 750 as the same generation as the older 7xx stuff - by rights it should have been the GTX 940.
 On the other hand, AMD should have changed their generation numbers when they moved to GCN, instead of having quite a few of their 7xxx series be Terrascale and the rest GCN.


 BTW - I make my entire living from mining, if that's not "real" then you have a really wierd definition of "real".



 I'm fully aware of the GPU bust from a couple years back - I had quite a bit of gear left over from mining Litecoin and X11 days, but instead of selling it off I just started using it for what I'd ORIGINALLY bought most of it for prior to my ever hearing of Bitcoin much less Litecoin. I "did my research" back THEN when I was part of that history.


Not our fault if you don't have a job to make your income. And you mix things in your argumentation not worth going into them..you miss the point. but nevertheless those compute 2.0 guys got what they were crying for.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 18, 2016, 05:40:49 PM
For use 1 only nvidia card ? --cd 0 , dont work .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 18, 2016, 05:48:57 PM
For use 1 only nvidia card ? --cd 0 , dont work .

--cuda_devices 0


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 18, 2016, 07:33:23 PM
For use 1 only nvidia card ? --cd 0 , dont work .

-cd not "--cd"


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 18, 2016, 10:24:52 PM

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase


 You keep ASSuming that all miners "purchase" all of their gear to mine with, as opposed to the LARGE number of us that already had EXISTING gear we put (or put BACK) into Mining service once something came up it was profitable on.

 BTW - I make my entire living from mining, if that's not "real" then you have a really wierd definition of "real".



Not our fault if you don't have a job to make your income. And you mix things in your argumentation not worth going into them..you miss the point. but nevertheless those compute 2.0 guys got what they were crying for.

 My mining is real enough I don't NEED a job to support it.

 My point is that y'all keep missing the point because of your BAD ASSUMPTION.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 18, 2016, 10:41:07 PM

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase


 You keep ASSuming that all miners "purchase" all of their gear to mine with, as opposed to the LARGE number of us that already had EXISTING gear we put (or put BACK) into Mining service once something came up it was profitable on.


 BTW - I make my entire living from mining, if that's not "real" then you have a really wierd definition of "real".


Good amount of unnecessary spacing for the win, right?

Unless you have boxes of 7970s laying around(!?!?!) you're in the extreme minority. That is to say you don't fucking matter. All the other points hold true. The random guy trying to mine on his six year old laptop or random card he upgraded from is not the forefront of development effort for devs on here. You know why? Because legitimate miners are actually using hardware that is recent and they have a lot of hashing power. Whether or not you can make $.10 per day doesn't matter around here. Put your card on eBay and let a big miner swallow it up.

Rarely competitive vs AMD? You mean like NeoS, Lyra, Quark (before it was ASIC'd), Library and all the other algos you don't mine because AMD hardware isn't competitive on them. Ethereum is a niche case scenario when it comes to the world of cryptos. It is literally the one algo that is so memory bus restricted it literally strangles any GPUs put on it and can't be improved. Even Equihash is showing some individuals who thought hardware couldn't break 200 sols and then Nvidia hardware couldn't break 200 sols, this isn't fucking Ethereum. It's not completely bus limited, you can check out your MCU usage on powerful cards... Nvidia hardware still has a lot to go as far as that goes.

Now you're just talking semantics. They redesign their chips and it doesn't count? Sorry, but I'm calling bullshit on that one. Visit any real hardware website that's not trying to shovel self supporting agendas down your throat (BCT) and you know that's not true. Maxwell and Pascal have both had relatively good support on Nvidias side of things for mining (when devs develop for Nvidia). Anything older then that people should be happy if miners work for it.

If you live off $.1 a day then that's amazing, otherwise we have some discrepancies here. On one hand you're toting your old ass hardware that you want to be brand spanking new and just as efficient as recent hardware as 'stuff you have laying around' and on the other now you're saying you have boxes of them? This goes back to my original point that you made misinformed purchases and now you're getting pissy as we're approaching electrical cost and want devs to spend extra time specifically on your shitty hardware.

So curiously if you have boxes of GPUs laying around, what did you use it for during the time when it's unprofitable? Oh you powered it down for a year? Do you know what opportunity cost is? Although since you did your research back then, you should probably be pretty happy that it's lasted this long and you're ready to sell it to buy new stuff.


 I use spacing to improve legibility.
 Ironical how the very post you complain about my use of it had even more of it than I use.

 NeoS and LBRY as far as I know has never been particularly profitable IF at all.
 Lyra is long dead, LyraRE2 has low profitability some of the time but would likely be ignored by most if NiceHash didn't support it.
 Quark was never profitable enough to be worth mining even before the ASIC invasion.

 ETH / ETC are a rare case but not unique, XMR is also very memory bus limited and ZEC to a lesser degree.

 I pointed out Maxwell was their first SERIOUS redesign (minor changes to support faster memory isn't a serious redesign, AMD didn't need to do THAT much for 3 generations of cards) in all of their 28nm "generations", excluding adding usually one "more cores" high end design (same thing AMD did).
 There's a big difference between claiming "major new improvements" and actually delivering them.

 I don't live off 10 cents per day, or even 10 dollars per day, or even close to that.
 That's not even a good strawman argument, it's nothing more than a rude insult.

 As far as what my AMD and NVidia hardware was doing between "profitable mining" timeframes, I'm a VERY long-term participant in the distributed.net project (where AMD dominates) and a fairly long-term participant in Folding@Home (where NVidia dominates). Most of the hardware I mined Scrypt with before ASIC took over was repurposed from dnet work, and the money I earned from that Scrypt work mostly went into funding more AMD card purchases intended for later DNet work (which worked out nicely).



 The core POINT is that "just because a card is old doesn't make it worthless and unworthy of mining on" - especially when a lot of those "old cards" can match or beat the performance of many CURRENT cards.
 


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: vapourminer on December 18, 2016, 11:18:07 PM
As far as what my AMD and NVidia hardware was doing between "profitable mining" timeframes, I'm a VERY long-term participant in the distributed.net project (where AMD dominates) and a fairly long-term participant in Folding@Home (where NVidia dominates). Most of the hardware I mined Scrypt with before ASIC took over was repurposed from dnet work, and the money I earned from that Scrypt work mostly went into funding more AMD card purchases intended for later DNet work (which worked out nicely).

funny how some folks think of gpus as only money makers, game cards or obsolete.

f@h got use of a lot of my crypto cards as some coins dried up. and vise versa of course as new coins popped in.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 18, 2016, 11:57:38 PM

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase


 You keep ASSuming that all miners "purchase" all of their gear to mine with, as opposed to the LARGE number of us that already had EXISTING gear we put (or put BACK) into Mining service once something came up it was profitable on.

 BTW - I make my entire living from mining, if that's not "real" then you have a really wierd definition of "real".



Not our fault if you don't have a job to make your income. And you mix things in your argumentation not worth going into them..you miss the point. but nevertheless those compute 2.0 guys got what they were crying for.

 My mining is real enough I don't NEED a job to support it.

 My point is that y'all keep missing the point because of your BAD ASSUMPTION.



Well go to Neverland Ranch man..you don't get anything from what i said. So its easier to train my rats to use their toilet than talking with you.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 19, 2016, 02:33:10 AM
Hello I have the following determined, the Miner 0.0.5b has between
2-4  Oclock in the morning many many Shares as Dev-Fee displayed?


problem still exists
2% I know
Thats not Okay !!!


+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.5b |
+---------------------------------+

Total speed: 638 Sol/s
INFO 03:43:20: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kSz9a
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kT79K
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 322 Sol/s
Total speed: 642 Sol/s
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 313 Sol/s
Total speed: 632 Sol/s
INFO: Target: 0007ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZIaBra
INFO 03:44:42: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 316 Sol/s
Total speed: 634 Sol/s
INFO 03:44:53: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:131, R:0]
INFO 03:45:03: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:45:05: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZIcB4Y
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 315 Sol/s
Total speed: 635 Sol/s
INFO 03:45:22: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZId11S
INFO 03:45:34: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:45:37: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 318 Sol/s
Total speed: 636 Sol/s
INFO 03:45:44: GPU0 Accepted share 652ms [A:137, R:0]
INFO 03:45:46: GPU0 Accepted share 653ms [A:138, R:0]
INFO: Target: 0003ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kXwJj
INFO 03:45:48: GPU0 Accepted share 652ms [A:139, R:0]
INFO 03:45:48: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:140, R:0]
INFO 03:45:54: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:141, R:0]
INFO 03:45:57: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:46:04: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 323 Sol/s GPU1: 307 Sol/s
Total speed: 630 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kZpOo
INFO 03:46:29: GPU0 Accepted share 653ms [A:144, R:0]
GPU0: 323 Sol/s GPU1: 319 Sol/s
Total speed: 642 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kbnoE
INFO 03:47:10: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 298 Sol/s
Total speed: 617 Sol/s
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 314 Sol/s
Total speed: 632 Sol/s
INFO: Target: 0007ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZIisWU
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 632 Sol/s
INFO 03:48:22: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:146, R:0]
INFO 03:48:24: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:147, R:0]
INFO 03:48:42: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 631 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZIkvaw
INFO 03:49:01: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:149, R:0]
INFO 03:49:06: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:150, R:0]
INFO 03:49:08: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:151, R:0]
INFO 03:49:13: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:152, R:0]
GPU0: 317 Sol/s GPU1: 310 Sol/s
Total speed: 627 Sol/s
INFO 03:49:28: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:153, R:0]
INFO 03:49:31: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:154, R:0]
INFO: Target: 0003ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kfqtD
INFO 03:49:34: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:49:36: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9tmkHG
INFO 03:49:45: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 311 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 622 Sol/s
INFO 03:50:00: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:158, R:0]
INFO 03:50:06: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:159, R:0]
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 306 Sol/s
Total speed: 626 Sol/s
INFO 03:50:21: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kjZzS
GPU0: 327 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 638 Sol/s
GPU0: 314 Sol/s GPU1: 309 Sol/s
Total speed: 623 Sol/s
INFO 03:51:18: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:51:19: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:162, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9klY8M
INFO 03:51:24: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:163, R:0]
INFO 03:51:25: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 325 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 637 Sol/s
INFO 03:51:48: GPU0 Accepted share 351ms [A:165, R:0]
INFO 03:51:53: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:166, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9knXD4
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 313 Sol/s
Total speed: 633 Sol/s
INFO 03:52:21: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kofPK
GPU0: 317 Sol/s GPU1: 305 Sol/s
Total speed: 622 Sol/s
INFO 03:52:49: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9tuGsY
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 317 Sol/s
Total speed: 636 Sol/s
INFO 03:53:27: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:53:29: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:170, R:0]
INFO 03:53:35: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:171, R:0]
INFO 03:53:36: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:172, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kr3zi
GPU0: 333 Sol/s GPU1: 318 Sol/s
Total speed: 651 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9twuus
GPU0: 316 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 628 Sol/s
INFO 03:54:34: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:173, R:0]
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 630 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9ktlA6
INFO 03:55:07: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 317 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 625 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kvjRG
GPU0: 324 Sol/s GPU1: 316 Sol/s
Total speed: 640 Sol/s
GPU0: 326 Sol/s GPU1: 313 Sol/s
Total speed: 639 Sol/s
INFO 03:56:22: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:56:27: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:176, R:0]
INFO 03:56:32: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kxsEo
INFO 03:56:38: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:178, R:0]
GPU0: 321 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO 03:56:55: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:179, R:0]
INFO 03:57:02: GPU0 Accepted share 351ms [A:180, R:0]
GPU0: 316 Sol/s GPU1: 313 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kzpyw
INFO 03:57:26: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l0abW
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 302 Sol/s
Total speed: 622 Sol/s
INFO 03:58:13: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:182, R:0]
GPU0: 306 Sol/s GPU1: 301 Sol/s
Total speed: 607 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l2CN4
INFO 03:58:40: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:183, R:0]
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 310 Sol/s
Total speed: 628 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l49qg
GPU0: 316 Sol/s GPU1: 303 Sol/s
Total speed: 619 Sol/s
INFO 03:59:20: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9u9hrC
INFO 03:59:30: GPU0 Accepted share 1002ms [A:185, R:0]
GPU0: 322 Sol/s GPU1: 307 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uBDlO
GPU0: 322 Sol/s GPU1: 305 Sol/s
Total speed: 627 Sol/s
INFO 04:00:33: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:186, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l7bVO
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 314 Sol/s
Total speed: 632 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uCxWg
INFO 04:00:50: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uD5vC
GPU0: 313 Sol/s GPU1: 309 Sol/s
Total speed: 622 Sol/s
INFO 04:01:38: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l9tlm
GPU0: 316 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 624 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uFQqU
INFO 04:01:54: GPU0 Accepted share 358ms [A:189, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9lAY4M
INFO 04:01:58: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 04:02:07: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:191, R:0]
GPU0: 321 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9lBcfe
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9lC6NS
INFO 04:02:42: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:192, R:0]
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 305 Sol/s
Total speed: 625 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uIMbe
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 631 Sol/s
GPU0: 312 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 624 Sol/s
INFO: Target: 0007ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZJKFYk
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZJKuzG
INFO 04:04:15: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 04:04:16: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 310 Sol/s
Total speed: 628 Sol/s
INFO 04:04:34: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 04:04:34: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:196, R:0]
INFO 04:04:37: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:197, R:0]
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 627 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZJMtvi
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 306 Sol/s
Total speed: 624 Sol/s
INFO 04:05:23: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:198, R:0]
INFO 04:05:27: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:199, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZJObp8
GPU0: 317 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO 04:05:49: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:200, R:0]
INFO 04:05:53: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZSULQ6
GPU0: 320 Sol/s INFO 04:06:20: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 628 Sol/s
INFO 04:06:53: GPU0 Accepted share 29550ms [A:203, R:0]
INFO 04:06:53: GPU0 Accepted share 7410ms [A:204, R:0]
INFO 04:06:53: GPU0 Accepted share 380ms [A:205, R:0]



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 19, 2016, 04:23:34 AM
 Are you saying he's taking a higher percentage in the middle of the night? 

Hello I have the following determined, the Miner 0.0.5b has between
2-4  Oclock in the morning many many Shares as Dev-Fee displayed?


problem still exists
2% I know
Thats not Okay !!!


+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.5b |
+---------------------------------+

Total speed: 638 Sol/s
INFO 03:43:20: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kSz9a
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kT79K
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 322 Sol/s
Total speed: 642 Sol/s
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 313 Sol/s
Total speed: 632 Sol/s
INFO: Target: 0007ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZIaBra
INFO 03:44:42: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 316 Sol/s
Total speed: 634 Sol/s
INFO 03:44:53: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:131, R:0]
INFO 03:45:03: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:45:05: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZIcB4Y
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 315 Sol/s
Total speed: 635 Sol/s
INFO 03:45:22: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZId11S
INFO 03:45:34: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:45:37: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 318 Sol/s
Total speed: 636 Sol/s
INFO 03:45:44: GPU0 Accepted share 652ms [A:137, R:0]
INFO 03:45:46: GPU0 Accepted share 653ms [A:138, R:0]
INFO: Target: 0003ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kXwJj
INFO 03:45:48: GPU0 Accepted share 652ms [A:139, R:0]
INFO 03:45:48: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:140, R:0]
INFO 03:45:54: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:141, R:0]
INFO 03:45:57: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:46:04: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 323 Sol/s GPU1: 307 Sol/s
Total speed: 630 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kZpOo
INFO 03:46:29: GPU0 Accepted share 653ms [A:144, R:0]
GPU0: 323 Sol/s GPU1: 319 Sol/s
Total speed: 642 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kbnoE
INFO 03:47:10: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 298 Sol/s
Total speed: 617 Sol/s
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 314 Sol/s
Total speed: 632 Sol/s
INFO: Target: 0007ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZIisWU
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 632 Sol/s
INFO 03:48:22: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:146, R:0]
INFO 03:48:24: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:147, R:0]
INFO 03:48:42: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 631 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZIkvaw
INFO 03:49:01: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:149, R:0]
INFO 03:49:06: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:150, R:0]
INFO 03:49:08: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:151, R:0]
INFO 03:49:13: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:152, R:0]
GPU0: 317 Sol/s GPU1: 310 Sol/s
Total speed: 627 Sol/s
INFO 03:49:28: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:153, R:0]
INFO 03:49:31: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:154, R:0]
INFO: Target: 0003ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kfqtD
INFO 03:49:34: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:49:36: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9tmkHG
INFO 03:49:45: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 311 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 622 Sol/s
INFO 03:50:00: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:158, R:0]
INFO 03:50:06: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:159, R:0]
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 306 Sol/s
Total speed: 626 Sol/s
INFO 03:50:21: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kjZzS
GPU0: 327 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 638 Sol/s
GPU0: 314 Sol/s GPU1: 309 Sol/s
Total speed: 623 Sol/s
INFO 03:51:18: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:51:19: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:162, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9klY8M
INFO 03:51:24: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:163, R:0]
INFO 03:51:25: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 325 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 637 Sol/s
INFO 03:51:48: GPU0 Accepted share 351ms [A:165, R:0]
INFO 03:51:53: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:166, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9knXD4
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 313 Sol/s
Total speed: 633 Sol/s
INFO 03:52:21: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kofPK
GPU0: 317 Sol/s GPU1: 305 Sol/s
Total speed: 622 Sol/s
INFO 03:52:49: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9tuGsY
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 317 Sol/s
Total speed: 636 Sol/s
INFO 03:53:27: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:53:29: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:170, R:0]
INFO 03:53:35: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:171, R:0]
INFO 03:53:36: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:172, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kr3zi
GPU0: 333 Sol/s GPU1: 318 Sol/s
Total speed: 651 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9twuus
GPU0: 316 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 628 Sol/s
INFO 03:54:34: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:173, R:0]
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 630 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9ktlA6
INFO 03:55:07: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 317 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 625 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kvjRG
GPU0: 324 Sol/s GPU1: 316 Sol/s
Total speed: 640 Sol/s
GPU0: 326 Sol/s GPU1: 313 Sol/s
Total speed: 639 Sol/s
INFO 03:56:22: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 03:56:27: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:176, R:0]
INFO 03:56:32: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kxsEo
INFO 03:56:38: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:178, R:0]
GPU0: 321 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO 03:56:55: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:179, R:0]
INFO 03:57:02: GPU0 Accepted share 351ms [A:180, R:0]
GPU0: 316 Sol/s GPU1: 313 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9kzpyw
INFO 03:57:26: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l0abW
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 302 Sol/s
Total speed: 622 Sol/s
INFO 03:58:13: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:182, R:0]
GPU0: 306 Sol/s GPU1: 301 Sol/s
Total speed: 607 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l2CN4
INFO 03:58:40: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:183, R:0]
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 310 Sol/s
Total speed: 628 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l49qg
GPU0: 316 Sol/s GPU1: 303 Sol/s
Total speed: 619 Sol/s
INFO 03:59:20: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9u9hrC
INFO 03:59:30: GPU0 Accepted share 1002ms [A:185, R:0]
GPU0: 322 Sol/s GPU1: 307 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uBDlO
GPU0: 322 Sol/s GPU1: 305 Sol/s
Total speed: 627 Sol/s
INFO 04:00:33: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:186, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l7bVO
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 314 Sol/s
Total speed: 632 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uCxWg
INFO 04:00:50: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uD5vC
GPU0: 313 Sol/s GPU1: 309 Sol/s
Total speed: 622 Sol/s
INFO 04:01:38: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9l9tlm
GPU0: 316 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 624 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uFQqU
INFO 04:01:54: GPU0 Accepted share 358ms [A:189, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9lAY4M
INFO 04:01:58: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 04:02:07: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:191, R:0]
GPU0: 321 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9lBcfe
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9lC6NS
INFO 04:02:42: GPU0 Accepted share 353ms [A:192, R:0]
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 305 Sol/s
Total speed: 625 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: HiLk9uIMbe
GPU0: 320 Sol/s GPU1: 311 Sol/s
Total speed: 631 Sol/s
GPU0: 312 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 624 Sol/s
INFO: Target: 0007ffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZJKFYk
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZJKuzG
INFO 04:04:15: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 04:04:16: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 310 Sol/s
Total speed: 628 Sol/s
INFO 04:04:34: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO 04:04:34: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:196, R:0]
INFO 04:04:37: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:197, R:0]
GPU0: 319 Sol/s GPU1: 308 Sol/s
Total speed: 627 Sol/s
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZJMtvi
GPU0: 318 Sol/s GPU1: 306 Sol/s
Total speed: 624 Sol/s
INFO 04:05:23: GPU0 Accepted share 354ms [A:198, R:0]
INFO 04:05:27: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:199, R:0]
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZJObp8
GPU0: 317 Sol/s GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 629 Sol/s
INFO 04:05:49: GPU0 Accepted share 352ms [A:200, R:0]
INFO 04:05:53: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
INFO: Detected new work: GNqMZSULQ6
GPU0: 320 Sol/s INFO 04:06:20: GPU0 DevFee Accepted share
GPU1: 312 Sol/s
Total speed: 628 Sol/s
INFO 04:06:53: GPU0 Accepted share 29550ms [A:203, R:0]
INFO 04:06:53: GPU0 Accepted share 7410ms [A:204, R:0]
INFO 04:06:53: GPU0 Accepted share 380ms [A:205, R:0]




Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 19, 2016, 04:26:37 AM
Definitely !!
I've been watching it all day. Between 2 and 5 o'clock in the morning

3 x he is scrapped


Something is wrong with the miner !



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 19, 2016, 05:08:58 AM
As far as what my AMD and NVidia hardware was doing between "profitable mining" timeframes, I'm a VERY long-term participant in the distributed.net project (where AMD dominates) and a fairly long-term participant in Folding@Home (where NVidia dominates). Most of the hardware I mined Scrypt with before ASIC took over was repurposed from dnet work, and the money I earned from that Scrypt work mostly went into funding more AMD card purchases intended for later DNet work (which worked out nicely).

funny how some folks think of gpus as only money makers, game cards or obsolete.

f@h got use of a lot of my crypto cards as some coins dried up. and vise versa of course as new coins popped in.

So you piss away electricity to non-profits? Most people live in the real world where they can't afford to do that. You must have a pretty healthy job to do that, so congrats to you. Not sure why you're mining in the first place if that's the case.

Definitely !!
I've been watching it all day. Between 2 and 5 o'clock in the morning

3 x he is scrapped


Something is wrong with the miner !



I'll keep a eye on this. It should show up in my global hashrate. I noticed a weird decrease earlier where I lost about 13% of my hashrate (extra 10%) for 30min, but I wasn't mining between 2-5am on this miner yesterday. I thought it was a connectivity issue.

It would be hilarious if after I mentioned earlier in the thread that it's hard to see a increase in dev fee usage if a dev is skimming he got the bright idea to try it. I'm sure being the bright developer he is, if he gets caught doing that it's going to almost completely kill the credibility of his miner. -_-


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 19, 2016, 05:28:34 AM
As far as what my AMD and NVidia hardware was doing between "profitable mining" timeframes, I'm a VERY long-term participant in the distributed.net project (where AMD dominates) and a fairly long-term participant in Folding@Home (where NVidia dominates). Most of the hardware I mined Scrypt with before ASIC took over was repurposed from dnet work, and the money I earned from that Scrypt work mostly went into funding more AMD card purchases intended for later DNet work (which worked out nicely).

funny how some folks think of gpus as only money makers, game cards or obsolete.

f@h got use of a lot of my crypto cards as some coins dried up. and vise versa of course as new coins popped in.

So you piss away electricity to non-profits? Most people live in the real world where they can't afford to do that. You must have a pretty healthy job to do that, so congrats to you. Not sure why you're mining in the first place if that's the case.

Definitely !!
I've been watching it all day. Between 2 and 5 o'clock in the morning

3 x he is scrapped


Something is wrong with the miner !



I'll keep a eye on this. It should show up in my global hashrate. I noticed a weird decrease earlier where I lost about 13% of my hashrate (extra 10%) for 30min, but I wasn't mining between 2-5am on this miner yesterday. I thought it was a connectivity issue.

It would be hilarious if after I mentioned earlier in the thread that it's hard to see a increase in dev fee usage if a dev is skimming he got the bright idea to try it. I'm sure being the bright developer he is, if he gets caught doing that it's going to almost completely kill the credibility of his miner. -_-
Not Yesterday ! Today in this Morning in Germany ✌️


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 19, 2016, 09:42:08 AM
About devfee. Let me explain. First miner calculate devfee by iterations he make 10000 for you and then 200 for devfee. Miner maintain two connection one for you pool second for devfee pool. If you loose connection with your server devfee connection can be working and when time is come it works and you see only devfee shares because your connection is dead but when timeout is reached connection with your server restored and work again be normal. Second is difficulty on devfee pool and your pool. you can find 1 share for your time and devfee can find 3 share for his time.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 19, 2016, 10:03:11 AM
lokko You probably use first version 0.0.5b because it contain a bug with cards numbers, all your devfee shares have a GPU0. in your case it must be GPU0 and GPU1. Try download again from links in first post.

For everybody please download miner only from first post of this topic!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 19, 2016, 12:08:56 PM
@EWBF_
After any connection problem between miner and pool (for example internet connection lost) miner begins to mine devfee and it mines too much time then 2 percent. 


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 19, 2016, 12:27:39 PM
@EWBF_
After any connection problem between miner and pool (for example internet connection lost) miner begins to mine devfee and it mines too much time then 2 percent.  

It depends on precise of timer. It possible happen only if you lost connection and your system have a precise timer. I have changed this behavior and include it in the next version. With new algo devfee not be work when not working your pool. And no, when connection restored miner must work normal.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 19, 2016, 04:47:50 PM
@EWBF_
I have 10 X gtx 1070, As you see mining means has much value then hobby and also if you have an income from this project you have important responsebilities to user who use your miner. I hope you publish to fix this problem as possible as you can. Because both side must respect each other.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 19, 2016, 05:17:19 PM
lokko You probably use first version 0.0.5b because it contain a bug with cards numbers, all your devfee shares have a GPU0. in your case it must be GPU0 and GPU1. Try download again from links in first post.

For everybody please download miner only from first post of this topic!

Hi Mn :-)


Thank you for your answer. I downloaded the Miner directly from this address when he was only 1 minute out :))

Now I downloaded It again from this address: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9EPp8NdigFianNlcUh0YWFhOVE

Best Regards ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Paractor on December 19, 2016, 05:36:42 PM
@EWBF_
I have 10 X gtx 1070, As you see mining means has much value then hobby and also if you have an income from this project you have important responsebilities to user who use your miner. I hope you publish to fix this problem as possible as you can. Because both side must respect each other.

I think he will.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: newmz on December 20, 2016, 09:34:31 AM
Hi EWBF - I just discovered your miner today! I have a GTX 1070. Witha core overclock of 75 and a memory overclock of 600 i get 350sol/s!!

That's amazing to me.  Best I had done on that card before was about 130sol/s.

I have a couple of AMD rigs that do about 2400sol/s using Claymore but I had actually switched them to Monero. Adding the 1070 just bumps me back to profitable so I'm mining ZEC again. Thanks!

I will be watching closely so keep on making this better! I wish you luck and I hope the ZEC price doesn't crash too low so you can keep making some money from your miner. You obviously have good skills and I would guess Claymore has make LOTS from his miners.

You have made Nvidia competitive again! Awesome work!



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: newmz on December 20, 2016, 09:36:35 AM
270 sols with Gigabyte 1070 G1

I have a Gigabyte G1 gaming 1070 and with a core OC of 75, mem OC of 600 I get 350sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 20, 2016, 10:16:58 AM
270 sols with Gigabyte 1070 G1

I have a Gigabyte G1 gaming 1070 and with a core OC of 75, mem OC of 600 I get 350sol/s

yeah but check consumption you are probably way above 100watt, and using power limit at 60-70%...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tc61 on December 20, 2016, 01:34:57 PM
Amp, what are your settings on your 1070? I would like to try yours, I still am burning more energy than I should.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 20, 2016, 04:17:37 PM
Amp, what are your settings on your 1070? I would like to try yours, I still am burning more energy than I should.

55% 120 core 400 mem 323 sol/100watt, but i have seen a better result(320 sol 90 watt only) from a guy with 50% tdp +20mv(voltage), 600+ mem and core was 100 i think, i don't remember now

core should reach 1800


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xPwnK on December 20, 2016, 08:02:45 PM
What are "some older cards" you mean 900 series?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 20, 2016, 08:12:06 PM
What are "some older cards" you mean 900 series?

Compute Capability 2.x, 3,x and maybe 5.0.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 20, 2016, 08:25:26 PM
So no impact on the 1070 at all? :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 20, 2016, 08:42:27 PM
So no impact on the 1070 at all? :)

Small changes in the solver is a few percent faster on Linux on windows not. I said about 1070 and 1060.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: krnlx on December 20, 2016, 08:51:58 PM
So no impact on the 1070 at all? :)

Small changes in the solver is a few percent faster on Linux on windows not. I said about 1070 and 1060.

Confirmed. Nice work!!

6x1070
Code:
GPU0: 350 Sol/s GPU1: 362 Sol/s GPU2: 374 Sol/s GPU3: 362 Sol/s GPU4: 363 Sol/s GPU5: 366 Sol/s
Total speed: 2177 Sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 20, 2016, 09:07:37 PM
So no impact on the 1070 at all? :)

Small changes in the solver is a few percent faster on Linux on windows not. I said about 1070 and 1060.

can you push it to 400 sol for a 1070(no oc)? there is still room for improvements?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 20, 2016, 10:52:41 PM
Hello,

Performance has not improved. MSI GTX 1080 Amor 320 sol / s
EQM Nicehash Miner 370 sol / s

It would be great if the GTX 1080 would come to 400 sol / s.



Regards


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: 7enuke on December 21, 2016, 02:45:50 AM
хорошая работа
GTX1060 3G (GPU+400 ROM+600) - 219-225 sol
GTX750 (GPU+200 ROM+300) - 73-75 sol
GTX750Ti (GPU+200 ROM+300) - 76-78 sol


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 21, 2016, 05:30:34 AM
Just want to report I haven't seen a huge loss of hashrate or shares over a certain amount of time. Whatever happened to me a couple days ago wasn't caused specifically by the miner. Pretty sure the dev fee is fine.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 21, 2016, 05:37:13 AM
EWBF please add the ability to add more instances or threads via a command line argument. Right now in order to get maximal hashrate you have to run 4 instances of the miner. Even running two instances increases hashrate of the miner by +10%. You can look at GPU utilization. The miner isn't taking full advantage of the GPUs.

It'ls a mess running 4 miners though.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 21, 2016, 06:05:27 AM
As far as what my AMD and NVidia hardware was doing between "profitable mining" timeframes, I'm a VERY long-term participant in the distributed.net project (where AMD dominates) and a fairly long-term participant in Folding@Home (where NVidia dominates). Most of the hardware I mined Scrypt with before ASIC took over was repurposed from dnet work, and the money I earned from that Scrypt work mostly went into funding more AMD card purchases intended for later DNet work (which worked out nicely).

So you piss away electricity to non-profits? Most people live in the real world where they can't afford to do that. You must have a pretty healthy job to do that, so congrats to you. Not sure why you're mining in the first place if that's the case.


 Yet you want them to throw away or ignore old hardware they already have that can be used to profitably mine with?
 Why do you ASSume everyone that mines can "afford to do that"?

 You're also showing a great deal of ignorance.

 Let me offer you three names to research to correct that ignorance.

 Curecoin
 Foldingcoin
 Gridcoin

 The first 2 are quite profitable as a pair when folding abet not AS profitable as the recent basket of ETH/ETC/ZEC/etc has been for most of the last year.
 The latter covers my electric with sometimes a small profit when working DNet through the Moo Wrapper project, and is mostly used for my APUs that don't mine well on anything IF at all.

 However, between end of the Litecoin GPU and  rise of Ethereum, I did happen to be working a PART TIME job.
 I also had quite a few ASIC rigs mining in that timeframe - some SHA256 (which I have since sold off) and some Scrypt (still mining, LONG since paid off).

 Why do you ASSume that all mining is with GPU based rigs?
 EVEN RIGHT NOW, the majority of mining income is generated via SHA256-based ASIC rigs mostly for BitCoin.
 I suspect Scrypt-based ASIC might also generate more total income (mostly on LiteCoin) than all GPU-based rigs on all coins they mine on combined.
 

 Some folks give away money and things to charity.
 I choose to give away use of some of my "free CPU" and "free GPU" cycles instead.
 You have an issue with that?
 Too bad, being rude and insulting about it leaves me unmoved and inclined to just blow you off in return.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 21, 2016, 06:31:00 AM

If you were a real miner you should be doing research before you make a purchase


 You keep ASSuming that all miners "purchase" all of their gear to mine with, as opposed to the LARGE number of us that already had EXISTING gear we put (or put BACK) into Mining service once something came up it was profitable on.

 BTW - I make my entire living from mining, if that's not "real" then you have a really wierd definition of "real".



Not our fault if you don't have a job to make your income. And you mix things in your argumentation not worth going into them..you miss the point. but nevertheless those compute 2.0 guys got what they were crying for.

 My mining is real enough I don't NEED a job to support it.

 My point is that y'all keep missing the point because of your BAD ASSUMPTION.



Well go to Neverland Ranch man..you don't get anything from what i said. So its easier to train my rats to use their toilet than talking with you.

 I don't "get anything from what you said" because you have have been repeatedly rude, have repeatedly been personally insulting for no reason to someone you don't know anything about, insist on pushing your BAD ASSUMPTION, and refuse to consider my points about WHY the assumption is bad.

 To reply to your comments in the way you have been replying to mine, I would get more information out of the yapping of dogs than I get out of your postings.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 21, 2016, 08:18:32 AM
I have received this message today and suspect that it is a zec miner developer who passes his dev-fee over this path !!!

Fuck you mn 😂😂😂😂

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Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 21, 2016, 08:38:01 AM


 I don't "get anything from what you said" because you have have been repeatedly rude, have repeatedly been personally insulting for no reason to someone you don't know anything about, insist on pushing your BAD ASSUMPTION, and refuse to consider my points about WHY the assumption is bad.

 To reply to your comments in the way you have been replying to mine, I would get more information out of the yapping of dogs than I get out of your postings.


Well this applies to you..obviously you are a troll or moron. I assume the second because Einstein said something like infinity of stupid people..i just mess with you.
Yapping of dogs is nice to alert if someone is entering your sphere that shouldn't belong there! gotcha


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 21, 2016, 08:53:39 AM


 I don't "get anything from what you said" because you have have been repeatedly rude, have repeatedly been personally insulting for no reason to someone you don't know anything about, insist on pushing your BAD ASSUMPTION, and refuse to consider my points about WHY the assumption is bad.

 To reply to your comments in the way you have been replying to mine, I would get more information out of the yapping of dogs than I get out of your postings.


Well this applies to you..obviously you are a troll or moron. I assume the second because Einstein said something like infinity of stupid people..i just mess with you.
Yapping of dogs is nice to alert if someone is entering your sphere that shouldn't belong there! gotcha

Iog kommst du aus Germany ? :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 21, 2016, 09:53:26 AM
As far as what my AMD and NVidia hardware was doing between "profitable mining" timeframes, I'm a VERY long-term participant in the distributed.net project (where AMD dominates) and a fairly long-term participant in Folding@Home (where NVidia dominates). Most of the hardware I mined Scrypt with before ASIC took over was repurposed from dnet work, and the money I earned from that Scrypt work mostly went into funding more AMD card purchases intended for later DNet work (which worked out nicely).

So you piss away electricity to non-profits? Most people live in the real world where they can't afford to do that. You must have a pretty healthy job to do that, so congrats to you. Not sure why you're mining in the first place if that's the case.


 Yet you want them to throw away or ignore old hardware they already have that can be used to profitably mine with?
 Why do you ASSume everyone that mines can "afford to do that"?

 You're also showing a great deal of ignorance.

 Let me offer you three names to research to correct that ignorance.

 Curecoin
 Foldingcoin
 Gridcoin

 The first 2 are quite profitable as a pair when folding abet not AS profitable as the recent basket of ETH/ETC/ZEC/etc has been for most of the last year.
 The latter covers my electric with sometimes a small profit when working DNet through the Moo Wrapper project, and is mostly used for my APUs that don't mine well on anything IF at all.

 However, between end of the Litecoin GPU and  rise of Ethereum, I did happen to be working a PART TIME job.
 I also had quite a few ASIC rigs mining in that timeframe - some SHA256 (which I have since sold off) and some Scrypt (still mining, LONG since paid off).

 Why do you ASSume that all mining is with GPU based rigs?
 EVEN RIGHT NOW, the majority of mining income is generated via SHA256-based ASIC rigs mostly for BitCoin.
 I suspect Scrypt-based ASIC might also generate more total income (mostly on LiteCoin) than all GPU-based rigs on all coins they mine on combined.
 

 Some folks give away money and things to charity.
 I choose to give away use of some of my "free CPU" and "free GPU" cycles instead.
 You have an issue with that?
 Too bad, being rude and insulting about it leaves me unmoved and inclined to just blow you off in return.



Throw them away? You sell old hardware funny man. I've done it, other people do it, it's part of mining. Trying to cling to old hardware and bulldog developers into trying to engineer for ancient hardware is just plain outright dumb and asinine.

I love when someone says something like 'you're being ignorant' and then uses absolutely nothing to backup that assertion. You know what's ignorant? Making ignorant and fallacious assertions.

You know what's great about those coins? They barely make you energy costs. You aren't the only one who has looked into such coins before bro. You also wouldn't be here trying to get people to make shit for your old hardware if you weren't after profit. So go do that or your 'original' super secret use. Oh wait, you actually want to make money and you're literally being a hypocrite? Alright... We seem to have a conflict here. How about selling your shit hardware? Oh no? You just want things to work out magically for you? Hrmmm you're offering a tough one here... Guess your parents never told you no.

Yup because at the end of '14 and up until Ethereum AMD hardware was WORTHLESS unless you happened to have some of Wolf0's private kernels, which almost no one did. And you know what? The likeliness of there being another Ethereum (specifically Dagger-Hashimoto) is next to nill. Perfect example is Equihash which everyone assumes is going to function exactly like Dagger and is angry if their old school 280 isn't making as much money and is as efficient as a 480. It doesn't even make sense to assume that or ask for developers to try and make that happen, they're completely different cards and represent different baselines in hardware. But ethbabies, yourself included I'm sure, don't know anything but Ethereum and assume everything is going to function that way.

Funny thing about your account: Date Registered: June 12, 2015, 02:25:27 AM

I'm sure you were around for scrypt... or something.

I never assumed all mining is GPU based. We're literally discussing GPU mining in a thread for a GPU miner... So I guess, you know, we were talking about GPU mining? Although I'm not sure at what point we weren't?

Yes, I have a issue with you fucking other people for charity. You know when you mine you take away earnings from others, right? Go back to your Foldingcoins. But this is beside the point, you just like saying shit like that to feel good about yourself and try to make others feel bad all the while you're after money. I suppose using electricity for a charity, is a tax write off, isn't it? Oh wait... are you trying to inadvertently make money again? Weird... XD

BTW the point isn't to 'move you', it's to prevent devs from wasting time on fruitless endeavors and stop others from pursuing a similar path. I really could care less about you self-immolating.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 21, 2016, 09:59:41 AM
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Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 21, 2016, 10:21:40 AM


 I don't "get anything from what you said" because you have have been repeatedly rude, have repeatedly been personally insulting for no reason to someone you don't know anything about, insist on pushing your BAD ASSUMPTION, and refuse to consider my points about WHY the assumption is bad.

 To reply to your comments in the way you have been replying to mine, I would get more information out of the yapping of dogs than I get out of your postings.


Well this applies to you..obviously you are a troll or moron. I assume the second because Einstein said something like infinity of stupid people..i just mess with you.
Yapping of dogs is nice to alert if someone is entering your sphere that shouldn't belong there! gotcha

Iog kommst du aus Germany ? :)

@bensam123: This time I applaud to you, I didn't had the patience anymore to mess with this ...dude.
But you perfectly hit the point I tried to shorten. +1000 Pinky if we would be in Polo trollbox :-D

To obvious hm..well can't hide my Teutonic-ironic nature ;-)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: AzzAz on December 21, 2016, 12:38:45 PM
@EWBF: can you add Coinotron?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: vapourminer on December 21, 2016, 04:55:24 PM
Go back to your Foldingcoins.

holy crap. greed is all nowadays eh. i folded for straight f@h for free back in the day.

guess if theres no money in it for you its not worth thinking about?

btw i gave away my old btc mining cards, 5830s and 6870s to folks who needed them more. you know, for free.

anyway off topic, sorry.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 21, 2016, 05:50:31 PM
Go back to your Foldingcoins.

holy crap. greed is all nowadays eh. i folded for straight f@h for free back in the day.

guess if theres no money in it for you its not worth thinking about?

btw i gave away my old btc mining cards, 5830s and 6870s to folks who needed them more. you know, for free.

anyway off topic, sorry.

Erm... When someone does something for a living and you do it in your spare time as a 'hobby' is it greed because they live off of it?

A lot of people have money and time invested here. They're aren't doodling around on shit hardware for fun.

And no, it's not worth thinking about. This is my job, regardless of what the confused individual I was responding to thinks of this.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on December 21, 2016, 11:20:33 PM
Go back to your Foldingcoins.

holy crap. greed is all nowadays eh. i folded for straight f@h for free back in the day.

guess if theres no money in it for you its not worth thinking about?

btw i gave away my old btc mining cards, 5830s and 6870s to folks who needed them more. you know, for free.

anyway off topic, sorry.

 I got tired of trying to educate the trolls only to be rudely insulted and have my words twisted into unrecognisable shapes as they tried to justify their worldview being "the one true way" and ignored them.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: alrami on December 22, 2016, 02:56:46 AM
@EWBF:  What error 46 mean?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 22, 2016, 06:14:20 AM
Go back to your Foldingcoins.

holy crap. greed is all nowadays eh. i folded for straight f@h for free back in the day.

guess if theres no money in it for you its not worth thinking about?

btw i gave away my old btc mining cards, 5830s and 6870s to folks who needed them more. you know, for free.

anyway off topic, sorry.

 I got tired of trying to educate the trolls only to be rudely insulted and have my words twisted into unrecognisable shapes as they tried to justify their worldview being "the one true way" and ignored them.


Ah I'm sorry, next time I'll nicely insult you instead. That's what happens when you take up a position directly the opposite of someone else and you continually try to assert it. You want to try and force devs into pandering to your ancient hardware, I took up the position of 'no, sell it, buy new hardware like a legitimate miner' you said 'no make my ancient hardware better!'.

It really doesn't matter what you say you were coming from a losing position in the first place simply because developers can only make software so fast and efficient, even for old hardware. It really doesn't matter how much time they spend on it. Spending time on hardware older then Maxwell isn't even worth it anyway for the aforementioned reasons of the majority of miners being on maxwell or newer hardware...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wacko on December 22, 2016, 08:23:16 AM
Ah I'm sorry, next time I'll nicely insult you instead. That's what happens when you take up a position directly the opposite of someone else and you continually try to assert it. You want to try and force devs into pandering to your ancient hardware, I took up the position of 'no, sell it, buy new hardware like a legitimate miner' you said 'no make my ancient hardware better!'.

It really doesn't matter what you say you were coming from a losing position in the first place simply because developers can only make software so fast and efficient, even for old hardware. It really doesn't matter how much time they spend on it. Spending time on hardware older then Maxwell isn't even worth it anyway for the aforementioned reasons of the majority of miners being on maxwell or newer hardware...
You've been twisting his words and insulting him from the very start of this stupid argument since Dec 18. He never tried to "force devs into pandering to his ancient hardware", you made this up in your head, it all even started with not him but some other user politely asking whether it's possible to compile a compute 2.0 version of 0.5b (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17215025#msg17215025). Yet another user then asked why not just buy a new card (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17216860#msg17216860). QuintLeo answered to that user (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17218530#msg17218530), trying to explain in detail how there's still a lot of folks with older cards and some of those cards are still reasonably efficient etc. That's when you joined the conversation, and you immediately lost your shit there, insulting and twisting his words from the very start. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17218698#msg17218698)

I'm personally one of those miners that only keep the most current/efficient hardware, which is gtx 1070 / rx 480 in my case. But I also understand those people that keep using older gen stuff, like QuintLeo and others - there's indeed quite a few of reasons for that. It may be not the most efficient way to mine (selling older cards and buying modern ones usually pays off in the long run), but it's not even the point here anymore. The point is you're trying to force you worldview on other people through insults and making shit up - that's like 50% of your posts: first you twist your opponent's words (so that it's a lot easier to attack him), and then you hit with the insults. An approach like this never makes you win any argument, you're on the losing side instead, just assumed to be a troll not worth arguing with.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 22, 2016, 09:24:13 AM
@EWBF:  What error 46 mean?

"CUDA devices are busy or unavailable". Use latest version of miner or reduce overclock.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 22, 2016, 10:47:25 AM
Ah I'm sorry, next time I'll nicely insult you instead. That's what happens when you take up a position directly the opposite of someone else and you continually try to assert it. You want to try and force devs into pandering to your ancient hardware, I took up the position of 'no, sell it, buy new hardware like a legitimate miner' you said 'no make my ancient hardware better!'.

It really doesn't matter what you say you were coming from a losing position in the first place simply because developers can only make software so fast and efficient, even for old hardware. It really doesn't matter how much time they spend on it. Spending time on hardware older then Maxwell isn't even worth it anyway for the aforementioned reasons of the majority of miners being on maxwell or newer hardware...
You've been twisting his words and insulting him from the very start of this stupid argument since Dec 18. He never tried to "force devs into pandering to his ancient hardware", you made this up in your head, it all even started with not him but some other user politely asking whether it's possible to compile a compute 2.0 version of 0.5b (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17215025#msg17215025). Yet another user then asked why not just buy a new card (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17216860#msg17216860). QuintLeo answered to that user (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17218530#msg17218530), trying to explain in detail how there's still a lot of folks with older cards and some of those cards are still reasonably efficient etc. That's when you joined the conversation, and you immediately lost your shit there, insulting and twisting his words from the very start. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17218698#msg17218698)

I'm personally one of those miners that only keep the most current/efficient hardware, which is gtx 1070 / rx 480 in my case. But I also understand those people that keep using older gen stuff, like QuintLeo and others - there's indeed quite a few of reasons for that. It may be not the most efficient way to mine (selling older cards and buying modern ones usually pays off in the long run), but it's not even the point here anymore. The point is you're trying to force you worldview on other people through insults and making shit up - that's like 50% of your posts: first you twist your opponent's words (so that it's a lot easier to attack him), and then you hit with the insults. An approach like this never makes you win any argument, you're on the losing side instead, just assumed to be a troll not worth arguing with.

I like when you just randomly quote posts with no actual bearing to the conversation. I actually took time to click on links. First link isn't even related to what I responded to, this is what I responded to: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1707546.msg17218530#msg17218530 (I don't even know why I need to link this it's literally quoted in the first post I replied to, it's almost like you don't think I know what I responded to)

To which he was basically trying to make a point that most users have old hardware or there is a 'huge demand' for such a thing comparing it to AMD, which is absolute BS. As I've mentioned before (in the post you link to), what AMD does has no place in a thread about Nvidia mining? Why? Because this is a miner for Nvidia hardware and designed for it. If you back in time for Nvidia it's basically Pascal or Maxwell for mining, there is no point in either catering for or making a argument for older hardware, which he was trying to do.

Something about trying to make a point of 'small miners' not being able to buy current gen equipment, which is also bullshit. Money can be used to purchase any hardware. Hell that's one of the other big points I made about him buying trash can hardware because people on Ethereum forums think four year old GPUs are going to be a good idea for the long run. I'm really just reiterating what I said there, you being a archiver of the internet I'm sure can just go read it there.

And no, insults took a back seat to all the other points I made, some of which I reiterated right here. Here is a big one that you seemed to miss out on when you were rewriting history with embedded links that you expect no one to check, lets just do it again, why the do you assume people mining on 280s has any relevance in a thread about Nvidia mining, Nvidia mining purchases, or Nvidia miner development?

It doesn't? Oh... Okay... And yeah I treat ignorance with insults, because we already jumped through the hoops of making points. Lets not forget that finger was pointed both ways, I am also accused of being 'ignorant'. Oh wait, only I insult other people? Gosh... It's almost like we have another case of hypocrisy here. (This isn't the first time I've had a run in with Quint, he was a firm believer in 1070s not being able to eclipse 200sols in the Silentarmy thread or get anywhere close to AMD due to the memory interface)

As far as winning goes... You basically said exactly the same thing I did and the post Quit originally responded to was saying: "I'm personally one of those miners that only keep the most current/efficient hardware, which is gtx 1070 / rx 480 in my case." Yup. Because expecting four year old hardware that just happened to work out well on a niche algo like Dagger work just as well on Equihash or any other algorithm is a pipe dream. Oh wait, it's almost like I already said that.

Glad we're in agreement, now it's your turn to tell Quint to bugger off.

Oh and for reference Compute 2.0 devices aren't even profitable to mine on, just as a FYI to what people were talking about. Compute 5.0 is Maxwell.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA#GPUs_supported

Knock yourself out with good'ol Quint here (half of what he wrote was disproven by other forum members in the following page): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1666489.msg16909529#msg16909529


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Ohranoid on December 22, 2016, 10:51:38 AM
GTX 1070: 315-325 sol (Windows 10). How to receive 360 sol?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 22, 2016, 11:02:42 AM
GTX 1070: 315-325 sol (Windows 10). How to receive 360 sol?

You need to overclock


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 22, 2016, 11:07:11 AM
EWBF please add the ability to run multiple instances of the miner (or threads) when starting the miner. Adding one extra instance increases hashrate by +10%.

Try it yourself, launch two instances of the miner and look at the combined hashrates and GPU utilization.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Ohranoid on December 22, 2016, 11:15:04 AM
GTX 1070: 315-325 sol (Windows 10). How to receive 360 sol?

You need to overclock

already done memory +600 (stock 270-290 sol)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 22, 2016, 11:21:10 AM
Dont know then.. I get 350sols/s with +100 core and +700 memory, with latest version


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _ZET_ on December 22, 2016, 12:08:13 PM
Dont know then.. I get 350sols/s with +100 core and +700 memory, with latest version
Any specific 1070 model? I consider buying founders edition or inno3d iChill X4 8GB. Which one would you choose?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 22, 2016, 12:13:02 PM
Those are gigabyte g1 gaming with samsung memory

If I need to choose between those two I would buy inno3d iChill X4


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 22, 2016, 01:42:36 PM
Any other results on v6? I seem to be getting slightly less performance on 1070. Will have to test more after work.

I had it just stop mining on 2 pcs.. No error.  When I clicked back inside the command prompt, it started again.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 22, 2016, 02:59:58 PM
Any other results on v6? I seem to be getting slightly less performance on 1070. Will have to test more after work.

I had it just stop mining on 2 pcs.. No error.  When I clicked back inside the command prompt, it started again.

so no reason to upgrade to v6 only bug fixes? i'm waiting for the speed increase, i know it's still possible, my gpu usage, ranges from 90 to 95%


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: alrami on December 22, 2016, 03:32:32 PM
@EWBF:  What error 46 mean?

"CUDA devices are busy or unavailable". Use latest version of miner or reduce overclock.

I see, but what is better to downclock, core, or memory?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 22, 2016, 04:34:06 PM
Pool is reporting a slightly higher and more stable hash rate though.

Any other results on v6? I seem to be getting slightly less performance on 1070. Will have to test more after work.

I had it just stop mining on 2 pcs.. No error.  When I clicked back inside the command prompt, it started again.

so no reason to upgrade to v6 only bug fixes? i'm waiting for the speed increase, i know it's still possible, my gpu usage, ranges from 90 to 95%


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 22, 2016, 07:14:09 PM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 22, 2016, 07:40:33 PM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 22, 2016, 08:04:20 PM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 22, 2016, 09:01:46 PM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .

for Zcash it's better to OC core, the memory OC doesn't do alot, set it around +600 but core around +150, also for micron based memory GTX 1070 cards, please check that you are @ the latest bios, most card had the default nvidia bios bug with the micron chip that was doing some voltage instability for memory, it was fixed by card manufacturer bios when fix was released (evga, asus, gigabyte, and so on) and last remember to give a little bit more juice to the core to make it stable. (~15-20% should do the trick).

Also take your time to manually OC each card of your rig, some will always perform better than others, will help you grind a few more sols there & there and achieve best stability :)

im @ the moment in my latest configuration

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +150 (real core ~1870Mhz)
vCore +15%
Mem +675 (real core ~4470Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card on nvidia-smi, 692w on wall)

Pushing around 1990 Sols/s (~331 sols/s per card) on average with about 0.15 % reject overall.

Happy mining


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 22, 2016, 09:16:41 PM
nicehash dev sad they will break 400sol/s on 1070 in next release


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 22, 2016, 09:46:20 PM
nicehash dev sad they will break 400sol/s on 1070 in next release

Yeah I hope EWBF can match the speed, I hate being locked on nicehash  >:(


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 22, 2016, 09:47:15 PM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .

for Zcash it's better to OC core, the memory OC doesn't do alot, set it around +600 but core around +150, also for micron based memory GTX 1070 cards, please check that you are @ the latest bios, most card had the default nvidia bios bug with the micron chip that was doing some voltage instability for memory, it was fixed by card manufacturer bios when fix was released (evga, asus, gigabyte, and so on) and last remember to give a little bit more juice to the core to make it stable. (~15-20% should do the trick).

Also take your time to manually OC each card of your rig, some will always perform better than others, will help you grind a few more sols there & there and achieve best stability :)

im @ the moment in my latest configuration

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +150 (real core ~1870Mhz)
vCore +15%
Mem +675 (real core ~4470Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card, 692w on wall)

Pushing around 1990 Sols/s (~331 sols/s per card) on average with about 0.15 % reject overall.

Happy mining

are you sure about the 692 at the wall with each gpu doing only 91, your system is sitting at 150w? seems too much, most likely your gpu are consuming more or the the whole wattage is wrong


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 22, 2016, 11:17:06 PM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .

for Zcash it's better to OC core, the memory OC doesn't do alot, set it around +600 but core around +150, also for micron based memory GTX 1070 cards, please check that you are @ the latest bios, most card had the default nvidia bios bug with the micron chip that was doing some voltage instability for memory, it was fixed by card manufacturer bios when fix was released (evga, asus, gigabyte, and so on) and last remember to give a little bit more juice to the core to make it stable. (~15-20% should do the trick).

Also take your time to manually OC each card of your rig, some will always perform better than others, will help you grind a few more sols there & there and achieve best stability :)

im @ the moment in my latest configuration

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +150 (real core ~1870Mhz)
vCore +15%
Mem +675 (real core ~4470Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card, 692w on wall)

Pushing around 1990 Sols/s (~331 sols/s per card) on average with about 0.15 % reject overall.

Happy mining

are you sure about the 692 at the wall with each gpu doing only 91, your system is sitting at 150w? seems too much, most likely your gpu are consuming more or the the whole wattage is wrong

There is a difference between what nvidia SMI is showing you, and what you get on the wall, because your PSU isn't 100% efficient, i have 2x 80+ gold 750w PSU's, @about 40% load each so even @ maximum PSU efficiency it's about 90% efficient (@50% load) so nvidia SMI show 91w, it means for each cards about 91 + 10% = ~100w @ wall counting PSU efficiency for each cards, so system+fans are more sitting in the area of 80/90w, starting wattage @ wall is about 130w, before any mining. Guess i should have mentionned it was nvidia SMI mesurements. I posted a screenshot before showing it, will edit my post.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 22, 2016, 11:45:20 PM
thanks for the tip about updating bios on Gigabyte Micron boards.. i had old bios and i couldnt make more that 270 sols with this miner.

Ive just updated. Lets see if theres any change...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: mirny on December 23, 2016, 06:02:33 AM
thanks for the tip about updating bios on Gigabyte Micron boards.. i had old bios and i couldnt make more that 270 sols with this miner.

Ive just updated. Lets see if theres any change...

Me too, I updated bios, two weeks ago on gigabytes, and till now no crashes, it improved stability a lot.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 23, 2016, 06:41:46 AM
Nicehash is going to pop out a new miner tomorrow more then likely, 360sols on stock. EWBF has his work cut out for him. I'd also rather mine coins directly and have control over my pools then mine directly to Nicehash.

I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .

+150 core doesn't tell us anything, his normal core clock could be anywhere from 1800 to 2000.

That said, memory OCs are a grab bag. Most cards are fine on +600, but there are some that aren't (I have a couple). Some cards are good up to +900. It's really a huge PITA memory OCing, as when the system locks up it will almost never soft reset (either driver reset or reboot) and you have to manually reboot it.

If there was some way for the developers to program the miners to more gracefully allow card failures it'd help.

thanks for the tip about updating bios on Gigabyte Micron boards.. i had old bios and i couldnt make more that 270 sols with this miner.

Ive just updated. Lets see if theres any change...

Me too, I updated bios, two weeks ago on gigabytes, and till now no crashes, it improved stability a lot.

Where are you getting updated bios's from? Techpowerup?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 23, 2016, 06:54:31 AM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .

for Zcash it's better to OC core, the memory OC doesn't do alot, set it around +600 but core around +150, also for micron based memory GTX 1070 cards, please check that you are @ the latest bios, most card had the default nvidia bios bug with the micron chip that was doing some voltage instability for memory, it was fixed by card manufacturer bios when fix was released (evga, asus, gigabyte, and so on) and last remember to give a little bit more juice to the core to make it stable. (~15-20% should do the trick).

Also take your time to manually OC each card of your rig, some will always perform better than others, will help you grind a few more sols there & there and achieve best stability :)

im @ the moment in my latest configuration

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +150 (real core ~1870Mhz)
vCore +15%
Mem +675 (real core ~4470Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card, 692w on wall)

Pushing around 1990 Sols/s (~331 sols/s per card) on average with about 0.15 % reject overall.

Happy mining

are you sure about the 692 at the wall with each gpu doing only 91, your system is sitting at 150w? seems too much, most likely your gpu are consuming more or the the whole wattage is wrong

There is a difference between what nvidia SMI is showing you, and what you get on the wall, because your PSU isn't 100% efficient, i have 2x 80+ gold 750w PSU's, @about 40% load each so even @ maximum PSU efficiency it's about 90% efficient (@50% load) so nvidia SMI show 91w, it means for each cards about 91 + 10% = ~100w @ wall counting PSU efficiency for each cards, so system+fans are more sitting in the area of 80/90w, starting wattage @ wall is about 130w, before any mining. Guess i should have mentionned it was nvidia SMI mesurements. I posted a screenshot before showing it, will edit my post.

it's more about your efficiency because i have the same wattage at the wall, but my smi show aroung 95-100 watt consumption for each gpu, which is right


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 23, 2016, 07:40:14 AM
To All , use 2 istance for better performance ? .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 23, 2016, 08:15:41 AM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .

for Zcash it's better to OC core, the memory OC doesn't do alot, set it around +600 but core around +150, also for micron based memory GTX 1070 cards, please check that you are @ the latest bios, most card had the default nvidia bios bug with the micron chip that was doing some voltage instability for memory, it was fixed by card manufacturer bios when fix was released (evga, asus, gigabyte, and so on) and last remember to give a little bit more juice to the core to make it stable. (~15-20% should do the trick).

Also take your time to manually OC each card of your rig, some will always perform better than others, will help you grind a few more sols there & there and achieve best stability :)

im @ the moment in my latest configuration

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +150 (real core ~1870Mhz)
vCore +15%
Mem +675 (real core ~4470Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card, 692w on wall)

Pushing around 1990 Sols/s (~331 sols/s per card) on average with about 0.15 % reject overall.

Happy mining

are you sure about the 692 at the wall with each gpu doing only 91, your system is sitting at 150w? seems too much, most likely your gpu are consuming more or the the whole wattage is wrong

There is a difference between what nvidia SMI is showing you, and what you get on the wall, because your PSU isn't 100% efficient, i have 2x 80+ gold 750w PSU's, @about 40% load each so even @ maximum PSU efficiency it's about 90% efficient (@50% load) so nvidia SMI show 91w, it means for each cards about 91 + 10% = ~100w @ wall counting PSU efficiency for each cards, so system+fans are more sitting in the area of 80/90w, starting wattage @ wall is about 130w, before any mining. Guess i should have mentionned it was nvidia SMI mesurements. I posted a screenshot before showing it, will edit my post.

it's more about your efficiency because i have the same wattage at the wall, but my smi show aroung 95-100 watt consumption for each gpu, which is right

I see, it's strange you get the same wattage @ the wall do you have a titanium certified PSU or something ? That seems really efficient.

Here is a new screenshot of my smi

http://imgur.com/54UvkO7


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 23, 2016, 08:19:10 AM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .

for Zcash it's better to OC core, the memory OC doesn't do alot, set it around +600 but core around +150, also for micron based memory GTX 1070 cards, please check that you are @ the latest bios, most card had the default nvidia bios bug with the micron chip that was doing some voltage instability for memory, it was fixed by card manufacturer bios when fix was released (evga, asus, gigabyte, and so on) and last remember to give a little bit more juice to the core to make it stable. (~15-20% should do the trick).

Also take your time to manually OC each card of your rig, some will always perform better than others, will help you grind a few more sols there & there and achieve best stability :)

im @ the moment in my latest configuration

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +150 (real core ~1870Mhz)
vCore +15%
Mem +675 (real core ~4470Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card, 692w on wall)

Pushing around 1990 Sols/s (~331 sols/s per card) on average with about 0.15 % reject overall.

Happy mining

are you sure about the 692 at the wall with each gpu doing only 91, your system is sitting at 150w? seems too much, most likely your gpu are consuming more or the the whole wattage is wrong

There is a difference between what nvidia SMI is showing you, and what you get on the wall, because your PSU isn't 100% efficient, i have 2x 80+ gold 750w PSU's, @about 40% load each so even @ maximum PSU efficiency it's about 90% efficient (@50% load) so nvidia SMI show 91w, it means for each cards about 91 + 10% = ~100w @ wall counting PSU efficiency for each cards, so system+fans are more sitting in the area of 80/90w, starting wattage @ wall is about 130w, before any mining. Guess i should have mentionned it was nvidia SMI mesurements. I posted a screenshot before showing it, will edit my post.

it's more about your efficiency because i have the same wattage at the wall, but my smi show aroung 95-100 watt consumption for each gpu, which is right

I see, it's strange you get the same wattage @ the wall do you have a titanium certified PSU or something ? That seems really efficient.

Here is a new screenshot of my smi

http://imgur.com/54UvkO7

it's a rm1000i efficiency is at 92%, not titanium just gold but a very good gold psu, it can go up to 1100watt


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 23, 2016, 08:20:21 AM
To All , use 2 istance for better performance ? .

I use 1 instance for 2 gpu's, and im gonna try 1 instance for 1 gpu, because they don't max out.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 23, 2016, 08:22:28 AM
I have a friend with gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming , with power limit 70% mem clock + 100mhz gpu clock + 50mhz , have only 295 sol .

Version 6 .

Any settings for boost is appreciated .

mem should be higher, around 400 at least

this is my: 55%, 150 core, and 400 mem, but you try 500 or 600 mem, it should do 323 sol with 100 watt

My friend with + 150 mem have crashed , 70% or 50% PL have same problem . I dont understand why , i think micron memory or bios .

for Zcash it's better to OC core, the memory OC doesn't do alot, set it around +600 but core around +150, also for micron based memory GTX 1070 cards, please check that you are @ the latest bios, most card had the default nvidia bios bug with the micron chip that was doing some voltage instability for memory, it was fixed by card manufacturer bios when fix was released (evga, asus, gigabyte, and so on) and last remember to give a little bit more juice to the core to make it stable. (~15-20% should do the trick).

Also take your time to manually OC each card of your rig, some will always perform better than others, will help you grind a few more sols there & there and achieve best stability :)

im @ the moment in my latest configuration

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +150 (real core ~1870Mhz)
vCore +15%
Mem +675 (real core ~4470Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card, 692w on wall)

Pushing around 1990 Sols/s (~331 sols/s per card) on average with about 0.15 % reject overall.

Happy mining

are you sure about the 692 at the wall with each gpu doing only 91, your system is sitting at 150w? seems too much, most likely your gpu are consuming more or the the whole wattage is wrong

There is a difference between what nvidia SMI is showing you, and what you get on the wall, because your PSU isn't 100% efficient, i have 2x 80+ gold 750w PSU's, @about 40% load each so even @ maximum PSU efficiency it's about 90% efficient (@50% load) so nvidia SMI show 91w, it means for each cards about 91 + 10% = ~100w @ wall counting PSU efficiency for each cards, so system+fans are more sitting in the area of 80/90w, starting wattage @ wall is about 130w, before any mining. Guess i should have mentionned it was nvidia SMI mesurements. I posted a screenshot before showing it, will edit my post.

it's more about your efficiency because i have the same wattage at the wall, but my smi show aroung 95-100 watt consumption for each gpu, which is right

I see, it's strange you get the same wattage @ the wall do you have a titanium certified PSU or something ? That seems really efficient.

Here is a new screenshot of my smi

http://imgur.com/54UvkO7

i'ts a rm1000i efficiency is at 92%, not titanium just gold but a very good gold psu, it can go up to 1100watt

Ah i see :), mine is pretty good but i get about 90% max, still @92% you should see difference between wall & smi, could be the mesuring plug also have a variance of some sort.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: JKRex on December 23, 2016, 09:22:42 AM
@EWBF
i have too much rejects on dwarfpool!?

coinmine and suprnova are fine.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Grim on December 23, 2016, 10:30:37 AM
thanks for the tip about updating bios on Gigabyte Micron boards.. i had old bios and i couldnt make more that 270 sols with this miner.

Ive just updated. Lets see if theres any change...

Me too, I updated bios, two weeks ago on gigabytes, and till now no crashes, it improved stability a lot.


Can you link the GIGABYTE bios fix for micron VRAM, because I only know of

ASUS
MSI
EVGA
Zotac
Palit
Gainward

bios updates for micron vram.




Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Grim on December 23, 2016, 10:36:04 AM
Only relevant for Maxwell chips!


Since a few drivers I am unable to force the P0 state for Maxwell gpus.

The problem is that Maxwell memory clock adjustments only work in P0 state.

That is a none-issue for Pascal which can be adjusted even in P2 state.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 23, 2016, 10:52:17 AM
I found a list for reference... Not sure if this includes everyone, it's a good starting point though.

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/manufacturers-roll-out-firmware-updates-for-geforce-gtx-1070-due-to-memory-issue.html


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Newton90 on December 23, 2016, 11:00:35 AM
great job.have almost the same hashrate as with the nicehash miner.but without reference to the pool.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 23, 2016, 11:04:48 AM
thanks for the tip about updating bios on Gigabyte Micron boards.. i had old bios and i couldnt make more that 270 sols with this miner.

Ive just updated. Lets see if theres any change...

Me too, I updated bios, two weeks ago on gigabytes, and till now no crashes, it improved stability a lot.


Can you link the GIGABYTE bios fix for micron VRAM, because I only know of

ASUS
MSI
EVGA
Zotac
Palit
Gainward

bios updates for micron vram.







http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5916&dl=#bios


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: gaalx on December 23, 2016, 11:07:55 AM
Under the ssl works?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 23, 2016, 11:14:04 AM
Check the card vendor's support page for bios update release. Before update the bios remove different vendor's vga from system.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: iqbal26 on December 23, 2016, 11:21:08 AM
anyone get some problem
gt 730 just get 0 sols


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 23, 2016, 01:51:04 PM
anyone get some problem
gt 730 just get 0 sols

You need a lower compute compatible ewbf miner (normal version is 7.5+ i think, your card is 3.5), he compiled one a few post ago

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00/view

You may need to request from EWBF to release a 0.0.6b version for compute 2.0


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Grim on December 23, 2016, 01:51:12 PM
thanks for the tip about updating bios on Gigabyte Micron boards.. i had old bios and i couldnt make more that 270 sols with this miner.

Ive just updated. Lets see if theres any change...

Me too, I updated bios, two weeks ago on gigabytes, and till now no crashes, it improved stability a lot.


Can you link the GIGABYTE bios fix for micron VRAM, because I only know of

ASUS
MSI
EVGA
Zotac
Palit
Gainward

bios updates for micron vram.







http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5916&dl=#bios


03/11/2016 ... (this is March for our EU guys)

This changes the fan profile but is NOT the fix for the vram issue !!!

AFAIK Gigabyte simply didn't release a fix yet.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 23, 2016, 01:55:03 PM
Zotac release the fixes at least I good for all 1070 variant the bios.
If someone needs for Zotacs GTX1070 (extreme, amp!, mini, founders) just pm me.

With the Model/SKU so I can give you the correct bios :-D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Grim on December 23, 2016, 02:14:42 PM
thanks for the tip about updating bios on Gigabyte Micron boards.. i had old bios and i couldnt make more that 270 sols with this miner.

Ive just updated. Lets see if theres any change...

Me too, I updated bios, two weeks ago on gigabytes, and till now no crashes, it improved stability a lot.


Can you link the GIGABYTE bios fix for micron VRAM, because I only know of

ASUS
MSI
EVGA
Zotac
Palit
Gainward

bios updates for micron vram.







http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5916&dl=#bios


03/11/2016 ... (this is March for our EU guys)

This changes the fan profile but is NOT the fix for the vram issue !!!

AFAIK Gigabyte simply didn't release a fix yet.





uhm now I double checked and you might be right ???!!?

Can you or anyone else confirm that after the bios update the micron memory is more oc friendly??


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 23, 2016, 02:21:10 PM
no Grim, that bios is from November 3rd

and honestly, i cant see any difference at OC for now.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on December 23, 2016, 02:33:02 PM
Is there a way to know which memory brand on linux?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: krnlx on December 23, 2016, 02:53:38 PM
Is there a way to know which memory brand on linux?


video bios version is different in nvidia-smi


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on December 23, 2016, 02:59:48 PM
Is there a way to know which memory brand on linux?


video bios version is different in nvidia-smi

thanks.
where to find the numbers corresponding to samsung/micron/whatever?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 23, 2016, 03:27:13 PM
Is there a way to know which memory brand on linux?


video bios version is different in nvidia-smi

thanks.
where to find the numbers corresponding to samsung/micron/whatever?

Hello Pallas,

please send me your nvidia smi output I will check what BIOS Version/Memory you have.

Thanks


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 23, 2016, 04:48:58 PM
You can easily check the ram and bios version from gpu-z.
By the way there is no bios update release for zotax gtx 1070 series in zotac support page.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 23, 2016, 05:00:40 PM
You can easily check the ram and bios version from gpu-z.
By the way there is no bios update release for zotax gtx 1070 series in zotac support page.

Yes there are not yet offical.. bit I have them already.

Just need the SKU and you will get the link to zotac download.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 23, 2016, 05:36:38 PM
I have 7 zotac gtx 1070 amp edition with samsung memory. sku zt-p10700c-10p. What is the improvements and bug fixes of the latest bios? And also possible to share link?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 23, 2016, 05:47:25 PM
I have 7 zotac gtx 1070 amp edition with samsung memory. sku zt-p10700c-10p. What is the improvements and bug fixes of the latest bios? And also possible to share link?

Okay I have new bios'es for these cards:

SKU : ZT-P10700E-10S
SKU : ZT-P10700F-10P
SKU : ZT-P10700I-10P
SKU : ZT-P10700C-10P -> You have this one
SKU :ZT-P10700B-10P
SKU :ZT-P10700A-10P
SKU : ZT-P10700G-10M
SKU : ZT-P10700K-10M

For the samsung I just know it was improved stability for OC and modified fan curves.

I can privately share the link with an individual without problem but not in a forum or such way. Hope you understand.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 23, 2016, 05:54:42 PM
+ 900 mem stable in ethereum. I mined with over 2000 mhz gpu in lbry. I hope it gives much more. But I can't say the same things for their fans. They are really awful.
So can you send me the link with pm?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 23, 2016, 05:59:56 PM
+ 900 mem stable in ethereum. I mined with over 2000 mhz gpu in lbry. I hope it gives much more. But I can't say the same things for their fans. They are really awful.
So can you send me the link with pm?

Just drop me a message please with your SKU .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 23, 2016, 06:11:53 PM
I have 7 zotac gtx 1070 amp edition with samsung memory. sku zt-p10700c-10p. What is the improvements and bug fixes of the latest bios? And also possible to share link?

Okay I have new bios'es for these cards:

SKU : ZT-P10700E-10S
SKU : ZT-P10700F-10P
SKU : ZT-P10700I-10P
SKU : ZT-P10700C-10P -> You have this one
SKU :ZT-P10700B-10P
SKU :ZT-P10700A-10P
SKU : ZT-P10700G-10M
SKU : ZT-P10700K-10M

For the samsung I just know it was improved stability for OC and modified fan curves.

I can privately share the link with an individual without problem but not in a forum or such way. Hope you understand.

This is the source for this: http://www.overclock.net/t/1601546/official-nvidia-gtx-1070-owners-club/6300#post_25685869

Not sure why he's sending stuff to people privately. Reference the thread I posted earlier.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xeridea on December 23, 2016, 06:21:13 PM
Are there any config options on this miner other than pool/worker/pass?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 23, 2016, 07:37:20 PM
Are there any config options on this miner other than pool/worker/pass?

miner --help :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on December 24, 2016, 12:21:19 AM
anyone get some problem
gt 730 just get 0 sols

You need a lower compute compatible ewbf miner (normal version is 7.5+ i think, your card is 3.5), he compiled one a few post ago

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00/view

You may need to request from EWBF to release a 0.0.6b version for compute 2.0
No the miner should work just fine, I use it with both a GT 630, which is a GT 730 Fermi variant, and a GT 730 Kepler variant.  CUDA version  isn't the same as compute capability.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: iqbal26 on December 24, 2016, 04:11:44 AM
anyone get some problem
gt 730 just get 0 sols


You need a lower compute compatible ewbf miner (normal version is 7.5+ i think, your card is 3.5), he compiled one a few post ago

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00/view

You may need to request from EWBF to release a 0.0.6b version for compute 2.0

i used win 10 with cuda 8.0
i try mining zec get 400 - 1000 khz (overclock) but still 0 sol :(


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on December 24, 2016, 04:37:46 AM
anyone get some problem
gt 730 just get 0 sols


You need a lower compute compatible ewbf miner (normal version is 7.5+ i think, your card is 3.5), he compiled one a few post ago

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9EPp8NdigFiNzlWT3NIbFJhZ00/view

You may need to request from EWBF to release a 0.0.6b version for compute 2.0

i used win 10 with cuda 8.0
i try mining zec get 400 - 1000 khz (overclock) but still 0 sol :(
isolate cards using --cuda-devices and see what happens with the GT 730.  I'm using windows 7 with 368.81 driver, that driver is also out for windows 10.  Also do you have the AE update for windows 10?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 24, 2016, 10:38:33 AM
EWBF , nicehash say to miner for gtx 1070 400 sol , you have the same miner ? , Thanks .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 24, 2016, 10:46:24 AM
Nicehash .4a is out, it's about 18-20% faster then EWBF's at stock settings, 300 vs 360.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 11:32:43 AM
Attention Attention.

New Nicehash Miner 1.04    2 x GTX 1080

932 sol/s


EWB 0.0.6

720 sol/s

Regards


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 24, 2016, 11:49:11 AM
No xmas for EWBF...

Keep coding :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 12:37:53 PM
These fucking Nicehash company, they are all fraudsters, all optimizations of their Miner serves only to make for Nicehash more money! Why pay only in BTC? I have calculated it
with 1200 h / s in the ZEC pool I earn much more than with 1400 h / s in the Nicehash pool and then they only pay in BTC ridiculous!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 24, 2016, 12:46:48 PM
Well.. competition is good..  ;D

If nicehash miner is 20% faster, and with same hashrate you get only 10% more in ZEC, according to whattomine.com

Where did you do your calculations?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 12:54:29 PM
Well.. competition is good..  ;D

If nicehash miner is 20% faster, and with same hashrate you get only 10% more in ZEC, according to whattomine.com

Where did you do your calculations?


I know what I'm talking about since I've tried many pools. Nicehash are big scammers and they all fall into it! I get in a Zec pool circa 0.12 to 0.135 Zec a day with 1200 sol / s at Nicehash I get 5.30 dollars per day and then only in BTC ridiculous :)) whereby if the Zec rises can be the 0.135 Zec 10X higher in value


In addition, all zec pools quickly deceive their miner, but I finally found a pool which is not deceived;) and I get about 20-30% more than at suprnova & co


https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining/calculator/zec   
Has always fit, everything else is bullshit
And so the pool calculates you always scammed


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 24, 2016, 01:07:45 PM
Well.. competition is good..  ;D

If nicehash miner is 20% faster, and with same hashrate you get only 10% more in ZEC, according to whattomine.com

Where did you do your calculations?


I know what I'm talking about since I've tried many pools. Nicehash are big scammers and they all fall into it! I get in a Zec pool circa 0.12 to 0.135 Zec a day with 1200 sol / s at Nicehash I get 5.30 dollars per day and then only in BTC ridiculous :)) whereby if the Zec rises can be the 0.135 Zec 10X higher in value


In addition, all zec pools quickly deceive their miner, but I finally found a pool which is not deceived;) and I get about 20-30% more than at suprnova & co

Yes same observation here. I also have compared and mined with nicehash and ewbf and some pools and the profit with EWBF is bigger even it is a bit slower. Their orderbook prices dropped while the ZEC price increased a lot and hit 0.062BTC it dropped at nicehash.
Its wasted power and money..to mine for nicehash


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 01:10:11 PM
Well.. competition is good..  ;D

If nicehash miner is 20% faster, and with same hashrate you get only 10% more in ZEC, according to whattomine.com

Where did you do your calculations?


I know what I'm talking about since I've tried many pools. Nicehash are big scammers and they all fall into it! I get in a Zec pool circa 0.12 to 0.135 Zec a day with 1200 sol / s at Nicehash I get 5.30 dollars per day and then only in BTC ridiculous :)) whereby if the Zec rises can be the 0.135 Zec 10X higher in value


In addition, all zec pools quickly deceive their miner, but I finally found a pool which is not deceived;) and I get about 20-30% more than at suprnova & co

Yes same observation here. I also have compared and mined with nicehash and ewbf and some pools and the profit with EWBF is bigger even it is a bit slower. Their orderbook prices dropped while the ZEC price increased a lot and hit 0.062BTC it dropped at nicehash.
Its wasted power and money..to mine for nicehash

Thanks I thought I was the only one to see it! ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 24, 2016, 01:11:04 PM
Yeah I agree that mining ZEC directly is way better, my preferred method..
I also hate lock on nicehash miner  >:(
They should have kept their ZEC pool alive and let us choose where to mine.. but no..

Anyway.. what pool are you using ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on December 24, 2016, 01:11:31 PM
EWFB should implement multithreading for a 10% boost. Run 4 instances increases the hashrate by 10%. 4 hours work for a senior developer. Little effort for +10%


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 01:16:19 PM
Yeah I agree that mining ZEC directly is way better, my preferred method..
I also hate lock on nicehash miner  >:(
They should have kept their ZEC pool alive and let us choose where to mine.. but no..

Anyway.. what pool are you using ?




For all here in the forum!

If you really want to make money, there is only one really fair pool:

F2pool !!!!
Pay in PPS !!!

Merry Christmas


Ps : I deal with very many hours a day with zcash and the pools,
And I hate it when you are deceived! Therefore we should work much more intensively and share information and not attack ourselves!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 24, 2016, 01:32:20 PM
Yeah I agree that mining ZEC directly is way better, my preferred method..
I also hate lock on nicehash miner  >:(
They should have kept their ZEC pool alive and let us choose where to mine.. but no..

Anyway.. what pool are you using ?



For all here in the forum!

If you really want to make money, there is only one really fair pool:

F2pool !!!!
Pay in PPS !!!

Merry Christmas


Ps : I deal with very many hours a day with zcash and the pools,
And I hate it when you are deceived! Therefore we should work much more intensively and share information and not attack ourselves!

What about dwarfpool ? doing pretty well with them.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 01:35:40 PM
Yeah I agree that mining ZEC directly is way better, my preferred method..
I also hate lock on nicehash miner  >:(
They should have kept their ZEC pool alive and let us choose where to mine.. but no..

Anyway.. what pool are you using ?



For all here in the forum!

If you really want to make money, there is only one really fair pool:

F2pool !!!!
Pay in PPS !!!

Merry Christmas


Ps : I deal with very many hours a day with zcash and the pools,
And I hate it when you are deceived! Therefore we should work much more intensively and share information and not attack ourselves!

What about dwarfpool ? doing pretty well with them.

I would rate as 2 best pool as they have a worse payment system,

RBPPS is not better as PPS


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 24, 2016, 01:45:44 PM
Yeah I agree that mining ZEC directly is way better, my preferred method..
I also hate lock on nicehash miner  >:(
They should have kept their ZEC pool alive and let us choose where to mine.. but no..

Anyway.. what pool are you using ?



For all here in the forum!

If you really want to make money, there is only one really fair pool:

F2pool !!!!
Pay in PPS !!!

Merry Christmas


Ps : I deal with very many hours a day with zcash and the pools,
And I hate it when you are deceived! Therefore we should work much more intensively and share information and not attack ourselves!

What about dwarfpool ? doing pretty well with them.

I would rate as 2 best pool as they have a worse payment system,

RBPPS is not better as PPS

I see :) will give them a 24h try then


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 24, 2016, 01:48:25 PM
I was on nanopool and was not all that impressed with the payments I was getting..


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 01:57:05 PM
I was on nanopool and was not all that impressed with the payments I was getting..

Then go to f2pool and you will be happy :))


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 24, 2016, 01:59:47 PM
Hehe I am looking into it, dont see where to create worker or add payment address on F2pool.. do I mine with zcash address like on nanopool?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 02:11:36 PM
Hehe I am looking into it, dont see where to create worker or add payment address on F2pool.. do I mine with zcash address like on nanopool?


ok, an example, so I have configured it miner --server zec.f2pool.com --user YOUR-ZEC ADDRESS --pass x --port 3357, and then you have to following you do that your statistics can be viewed : https://www.f2pool.com/zec/YourZecAdress

you don't have to sign up !!!! man must only sign up if you want mines btc. The names of my miners are all the same, the Pool detects it automatically


Sorry for my bad english,,, Google Translate :-))


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 24, 2016, 02:24:39 PM
Hehe I am looking into it, dont see where to create worker or add payment address on F2pool.. do I mine with zcash address like on nanopool?


ok, an example, so I have configured it miner --server zec.f2pool.com --user YOUR-ZEC ADDRESS --pass x --port 3357, and then you have to following you do that your statistics can be viewed : https://www.f2pool.com/zec/YourZecAdress

you don't have to sign up !!!! man must only sign up if you want mines btc. The names of my miners are all the same, the Pool detects it automatically


Sorry for my bad english,,, Google Translate :-))

the PPS fee is 4% for zcash isn't it a bit high ? Also you can't have worker name, nor email notification, i would prefer to stick with dwarfpool in this situation tbh :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 24, 2016, 02:26:02 PM
I think the best pool for zec is www2.coinmine.pl/zec , pay regular and legit .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 02:30:02 PM
I think the best pool for zec is www2.coinmine.pl/zec , pay regular and legit .

for your info, even with the 4% that I earn significantly more than all other pools, you must decide for yourself ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 02:32:07 PM
and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 24, 2016, 02:33:11 PM
I think the best pool for zec is www2.coinmine.pl/zec , pay regular and legit .

for your info, even with the 4% that I earn significantly more than all other pools, you must decide for yourself ;)

Will give it a day try then we'll see ;)

They're promising 0.09452193 ZEC / Ksol/s we'll see if it's true ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 24, 2016, 02:33:31 PM
This is the latest version result of EWBF's cuda miner. I think he can make better one again.
rig 1 5 X zotac gtx 1070 amp + 2 instances + 120 core + 600 mem 110 watt tdp
rig 2 2 X zotac gtx 1070 amp + 2 X gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming + 1 X msi gtx 1070 gaming x +2 instances + 120 core + 600 mem 110 watt tdp
https://s24.postimg.org/jh1cbp091/ewbf.png


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 02:37:22 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany


Worker   15-min Hashrate   24-hrs Hashrate   24-hour Stale %   Last Share
1130 sol/s   1019 sol/s   0.4%   2016-12-24 15:42
t1WeeA3kjwtGZ77fm7vH12RXznxgBnpz1xQ   1130 sol/s   1019 sol/s

Today
Balance
ZEC   0.06605505 ZEC

last 6 Days
2016-12-24 01:00   8d8a5f99a81ee4f03b24881ea713e48e5deffeb75df8c6f0d7a2c55beee04a98   0.10746886 ZEC
2016-12-23 01:00   9ebd51365436eea3bfb864e3532bcf28ec3ef6c32fb64cbd09f3d4b5c51e5485   0.13526351 ZEC
2016-12-22 01:00   2f8886b785e549467a73982677d056581b9803b3157afc249bdb2c64a68d012b   0.12039448 ZEC
2016-12-21 01:00   9f3afaaa09f74fe273340e19327bd2ddb127bab647291977895748f95c9d400b   0.11089018 ZEC
2016-12-20 01:00   85aa071a93d5cffdabfcdb645db1103b07e5f17e1bc85fe1e91cf35591a345c0   0.11936169 ZEC
2016-12-19 01:00   c35e8abd7138c4a7972deac0a17901e33283c5f2a98387064ab97ee9b2bd2d29   0.12283588 ZEC

and it's not like running my Miner always 100% of the day. My Hashrate is around 1180sol/s
I hope you can now sleep quietly :-))



and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 24, 2016, 02:44:02 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 02:49:40 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 24, 2016, 03:04:09 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 03:05:44 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 24, 2016, 04:00:55 PM
You ppl know pool luck change all the time?

and there is also coin network stability, diff adjustment, with 2.5min block time we should see near 100% production, but in real is it like that?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 04:13:56 PM
You ppl know pool luck change all the time?

and there is also coin network stability, diff adjustment, with 2.5min block time we should see near 100% production, but in real is it like that?


Quite simply history, just look at the various payment systems
Such as PPS / PPLNS / RBPPS. For the miner, only PPS is the best.

For the pool PPLNS;)

So do not be fooled!
Greeting


and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 24, 2016, 04:42:29 PM
hey Dev, we are all waiting for the christmas miracle with this miner :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 24, 2016, 04:47:35 PM
hey Dev, we are all waiting for the christmas miracle with this miner :)

Even in Russia they are just boiling with water. Let these guys a rest and wonderful time with Family and friends.
It can be more inspirational and energy regaining than just work work work.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 24, 2016, 05:26:38 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 24, 2016, 06:26:42 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.

After testing this pool for a few hours (f2pool), i don't like it much, lots of timeout, lots of latencies on shares, and fishy hashrate report. Going back to dwarf ! Not saying it's bad since they seems to show quite a bit of hashrate in their pool, but it just doesn't work for me.

I tested also on another rig flypool, but it doesn't seems to show proper hashrate, im about 150 less sol than in reality after 2hours running. Dunno if it's normal or not, but i find it odd.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 24, 2016, 06:52:32 PM
You need to give any pool about 24 hrs to normalize.
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.

After testing this pool for a few hours (f2pool), i don't like it much, lots of timeout, lots of latencies on shares, and fishy hashrate report. Going back to dwarf ! Not saying it's bad since they seems to show quite a bit of hashrate in their pool, but it just doesn't work for me.

I tested also on another rig flypool, but it doesn't seems to show proper hashrate, im about 150 less sol than in reality after 2hours running. Dunno if it's normal or not, but i find it odd.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 08:46:48 PM
Guys guys guys, you should all be punished. With your conjecture, the facts do not lie! The bottom line is that only the income over 24 hours and this is at f2pool on most counts for me ! AMEN AMEN AMEN


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 08:56:27 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.
I'm only here for a few days, but it is scare, what you write ! Have you ever posted here in the Forum something useful? you complain about everything and everyone ! Even now, you lie to the User and deny the facts, unbelievable ! This disgusts me.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 24, 2016, 10:26:14 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.

After testing this pool for a few hours (f2pool), i don't like it much, lots of timeout, lots of latencies on shares, and fishy hashrate report. Going back to dwarf ! Not saying it's bad since they seems to show quite a bit of hashrate in their pool, but it just doesn't work for me.

I tested also on another rig flypool, but it doesn't seems to show proper hashrate, im about 150 less sol than in reality after 2hours running. Dunno if it's normal or not, but i find it odd.

It's in China, China has notoriously bad internet going in and out of the country. Not sure why anyone would expect anything less.

As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.
I'm only here for a few days, but it is scare, what you write ! Have you ever posted here in the Forum something useful? you complain about everything and everyone ! Even now, you lie to the User and deny the facts, unbelievable ! This disgusts me.



Be disgusted, sorry for not drinking your koolaid while trying to advertise your pool in EWBFs miner thread. Also pretty sure you aren't German, you just want to prey on the whole 'german engineering' and reputation of Dwarfpool, which is a great pool BTW and rightfully deserves that respect (it just lacks hash). Take your cheap chinese shit else where.

A lot of Chinese are a lot of bawk and not a whole lot of walk... like a little yippy dog (although they tend to be mean little fuckers). There are definitely some good ones that release quality stuff, they're just in the vast minority, usually being overshadowed by someone who does it cheaper.

BTW when you say 'facts' you have to actually post something, not just your opinion. Opinion is not the same thing as fact.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 24, 2016, 10:34:19 PM
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.

After testing this pool for a few hours (f2pool), i don't like it much, lots of timeout, lots of latencies on shares, and fishy hashrate report. Going back to dwarf ! Not saying it's bad since they seems to show quite a bit of hashrate in their pool, but it just doesn't work for me.

I tested also on another rig flypool, but it doesn't seems to show proper hashrate, im about 150 less sol than in reality after 2hours running. Dunno if it's normal or not, but i find it odd.

It's in China, China has notoriously bad internet going in and out of the country. Not sure why anyone would expect anything less.

As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.
I'm only here for a few days, but it is scare, what you write ! Have you ever posted here in the Forum something useful? you complain about everything and everyone ! Even now, you lie to the User and deny the facts, unbelievable ! This disgusts me.



Be disgusted, sorry for not drinking your koolaid while trying to advertise your pool in EWBFs miner thread. Also pretty sure you aren't German, you just want to prey on the whole 'german engineering' and reputation of Dwarfpool, which is a great pool BTW and rightfully deserves that respect (it just lacks hash). Take your cheap chinese shit else where.

A lot of Chinese are a lot of bawk and not a whole lot of walk... like a little yippy dog (although they tend to be mean little fuckers). There are definitely some good ones that release quality stuff, they're just in the vast minority, usually being overshadowed by someone who does it cheaper.

BTW when you say 'facts' you have to actually post something, not just your opinion. Opinion is not the same thing as fact.

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My goodness, what is wrong with you? we amuse ourselves here in Germany, really delicious on you <<<< in order for this hopeless discussion, for me, is finished. Greetings from Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia ;)


and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1
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Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 25, 2016, 12:58:55 AM
You need to give any pool about 24 hrs to normalize.
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.

After testing this pool for a few hours (f2pool), i don't like it much, lots of timeout, lots of latencies on shares, and fishy hashrate report. Going back to dwarf ! Not saying it's bad since they seems to show quite a bit of hashrate in their pool, but it just doesn't work for me.

I tested also on another rig flypool, but it doesn't seems to show proper hashrate, im about 150 less sol than in reality after 2hours running. Dunno if it's normal or not, but i find it odd.

Usually i'll have to agree, but the discrepancies were far too important (at least on f2pool), anyway :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 25, 2016, 01:25:36 AM
You need to give any pool about 24 hrs to normalize.
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.

After testing this pool for a few hours (f2pool), i don't like it much, lots of timeout, lots of latencies on shares, and fishy hashrate report. Going back to dwarf ! Not saying it's bad since they seems to show quite a bit of hashrate in their pool, but it just doesn't work for me.

I tested also on another rig flypool, but it doesn't seems to show proper hashrate, im about 150 less sol than in reality after 2hours running. Dunno if it's normal or not, but i find it odd.

Usually i'll have to agree, but the discrepancies were far too important (at least on f2pool), anyway :)

Peace Mate !
😂😂😂😂😂✌️✌️✌️💪💪💪🖖👍

and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xyburcoin on December 25, 2016, 06:42:40 AM
Merry Christmas!   :D

t1Y6N3AHfGarNVEvvnkcNzCV7hKzeBgauRC


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 25, 2016, 07:34:41 AM
No you should donate to me and use my pool! Matter of a fact I just got a donation for the work I've done here.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 25, 2016, 09:31:29 AM
You need to give any pool about 24 hrs to normalize.
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.

After testing this pool for a few hours (f2pool), i don't like it much, lots of timeout, lots of latencies on shares, and fishy hashrate report. Going back to dwarf ! Not saying it's bad since they seems to show quite a bit of hashrate in their pool, but it just doesn't work for me.

I tested also on another rig flypool, but it doesn't seems to show proper hashrate, im about 150 less sol than in reality after 2hours running. Dunno if it's normal or not, but i find it odd.

Usually i'll have to agree, but the discrepancies were far too important (at least on f2pool), anyway :)

Peace Mate !
😂😂😂😂😂✌️✌️✌️💪💪💪🖖👍

and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1


To add something useful to this funny pool discussion :

There is a merry Christmas special on https://zec.suprnova.cc with 0%fee :)

Edit : oh and payout scheme is pplns


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 25, 2016, 09:47:55 AM
You need to give any pool about 24 hrs to normalize.
As I said, I give myself a lot of effort and invested a lot of time and you can count on me ! Let your miner time a 24 in the F2pool you can in the seconds run clock as your earnings rises ;) Best Regards from Germany






and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1

Stop advertising in other peoples threads.

Best Zcash pool I've been on is flypool, absolutely rock solid. Dwarf would be a close second, but they don't have enough hash.

I'm not advertising you nose :-))
and flypool is bullshit :-))
you have unfortunately understood nothing :-))

You are definitely advertising your pool.

nonsense, I speak from experience and give the information to the miner are not cheated, and fair pay.
I didn't have to make Mate !

Yeah, it's pretty easy to see that you were referring to your pool as 'yours' off and while advertising it.

Speaking from experience, flypool is definitely the lowest variance pool currently with close to 100% earnings every day. I mine with a pretty decent amount of hash so it's not nearly as prone to variance as well.

Dwarf pool is a very long and time tested pool. Flypool is from Ethermine and Ethhash, both very long running pools.

F2pool is... random Chinese guy in a shack trying to make some hash? You're also totally not german, pretty sure you're chinese based on how you put together your sentences and respond.

If you're earning more then you should be getting paid that means there is a lot of variance there and it will bite you in the ass.

PPS/PPLNS/RBS has absolutely nothing to do with pool variance, pool variance can only be minimized by large amounts of hash. This is putting aside the pool code being garbage, block times, skimming, and connectivity issues with the pool... all that factor into a 'good' pool. If you run long term on a good pool who has a large amount of net hash you'll get very little variance.

After testing this pool for a few hours (f2pool), i don't like it much, lots of timeout, lots of latencies on shares, and fishy hashrate report. Going back to dwarf ! Not saying it's bad since they seems to show quite a bit of hashrate in their pool, but it just doesn't work for me.

I tested also on another rig flypool, but it doesn't seems to show proper hashrate, im about 150 less sol than in reality after 2hours running. Dunno if it's normal or not, but i find it odd.

Usually i'll have to agree, but the discrepancies were far too important (at least on f2pool), anyway :)

Peace Mate !
😂😂😂😂😂✌️✌️✌️💪💪💪🖖👍

and finally, I am very happy about every donation ! t1VADKGszY9uUnns7FJQXinDm1ioZau6at1


To add something useful to this funny pool discussion :

There is a merry Christmas special on https://zec.suprnova.cc with 0%fee :)

Edit : oh and payout scheme is pplns

At least you don't go out of your way to hide the fact you work for Suprnova. ~_~


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dwarf0 on December 25, 2016, 11:07:15 AM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Lucky - Luciano on December 25, 2016, 12:45:58 PM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.
For me it's even 435 Sols / s.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 25, 2016, 01:04:53 PM

To add something useful to this funny pool discussion :

There is a merry Christmas special on https://zec.suprnova.cc with 0%fee :)

Edit : oh and payout scheme is pplns

At least you don't go out of your way to hide the fact you work for Suprnova. ~_~

Did he ever hided it? No.
Merry Christmas and peace.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: mirny on December 25, 2016, 01:39:02 PM
Quote
thanks for the tip about updating bios on Gigabyte Micron boards.. i had old bios and i couldnt make more that 270 sols with this miner.

Ive just updated. Lets see if theres any change...

Me too, I updated bios, two weeks ago on gigabytes, and till now no crashes, it improved stability a lot.
Quote


Can you link the GIGABYTE bios fix for micron VRAM, because I only know of

ASUS
MSI
EVGA
Zotac
Palit
Gainward

bios updates for micron vram.


I took it from here:
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5916&dl=#bios





Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 25, 2016, 01:43:40 PM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.
For me it's even 435 Sols / s.

what settings and model you have?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 25, 2016, 02:02:13 PM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.
For me it's even 435 Sols / s.

what settings and model you have?

even on updated bios, my Gigabytes g1 1070s still make 300 sols at most with this miner.

360 sols with nicehash one.

i cant find the sweet point of theses cards.. im getting tired of them.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 25, 2016, 03:45:17 PM
Some info for you : Msi Gtx 1080 OC settings with and without MSI fterburner.
Standart : Without 2x GTX 1080 OC EWBF 0.0.6 b  625 - 640 sol/s

With OC
Core Clock 150 MHZ
Memory Clock 600 MHZ = 730 -745 sol/s
Temps: 81
Stable


and Power Limit 110 %
Core Clock 185 MHZ
Memory Clock 885MHZ = 780 -795 sol/s
Temps: 86
Stable


caution with this setting, only mining is possible !

Nice Regards,

My Hashrate : 1050 - 1100 sol/s
Best Pool and my Personal Pool Statistics:
https://www.f2pool.com/zec/t1WeeA3kjwtGZ77fm7vH12RXznxgBnpz1xQ



and finally, I am very happy about every donation !


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 25, 2016, 04:27:10 PM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.
For me it's even 435 Sols / s.

what settings and model you have?

even on updated bios, my Gigabytes g1 1070s still make 300 sols at most with this miner.

360 sols with nicehash one.

i cant find the sweet point of theses cards.. im getting tired of them.

exactly gigabyte seems to perform worse here, but if i try 80% tdp two instances with 125 core and 400 mem i get a total of 2500 sol with 6 card, so i'm there

still 435 sol is out of my league


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 25, 2016, 04:31:42 PM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.
For me it's even 435 Sols / s.

what settings and model you have?

even on updated bios, my Gigabytes g1 1070s still make 300 sols at most with this miner.

360 sols with nicehash one.

i cant find the sweet point of theses cards.. im getting tired of them.

exactly gigabyte seems to perform worse here, but if i try 80% tdp two instances with 125 core and 400 mem i get a total of 2500 sol with 6 card, so i'm there

still 435 sol is out of my league

Fuck of Nicehash ! But with Oc Settings

EWBF Miner

and Power Limit 110 %
Core Clock 185 MHZ
Memory Clock 885MHZ = 780 -795 sol/s
Temps: 86
Stable

EQM Miner  2x Gtx 1080 940 - 980 sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 25, 2016, 06:29:47 PM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.
For me it's even 435 Sols / s.

what settings and model you have?

even on updated bios, my Gigabytes g1 1070s still make 300 sols at most with this miner.

360 sols with nicehash one.

i cant find the sweet point of theses cards.. im getting tired of them.

exactly gigabyte seems to perform worse here, but if i try 80% tdp two instances with 125 core and 400 mem i get a total of 2500 sol with 6 card, so i'm there

still 435 sol is out of my league

It's funny i can reach this speed (2500 sols@80% tdp) with EQM of nicehash, but not with EWBF, how do you setup your instancing ? using the cuda-devices switch and listing only half your gpu's per bat file right ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 25, 2016, 06:59:04 PM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.
For me it's even 435 Sols / s.

what settings and model you have?

even on updated bios, my Gigabytes g1 1070s still make 300 sols at most with this miner.

360 sols with nicehash one.

i cant find the sweet point of theses cards.. im getting tired of them.

exactly gigabyte seems to perform worse here, but if i try 80% tdp two instances with 125 core and 400 mem i get a total of 2500 sol with 6 card, so i'm there

still 435 sol is out of my league

It's funny i can reach this speed (2500 sols@80% tdp) with EQM of nicehash, but not with EWBF, how do you setup your instancing ? using the cuda-devices switch and listing only half your gpu's per bat file right ?

ah yes sry i was talking about the nicehash miner of course, not possible to reach it with this miner


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 25, 2016, 07:02:26 PM
We need speed-up! new eqm release shows 420s/s per 1070.
For me it's even 435 Sols / s.

what settings and model you have?

even on updated bios, my Gigabytes g1 1070s still make 300 sols at most with this miner.

360 sols with nicehash one.

i cant find the sweet point of theses cards.. im getting tired of them.


exactly gigabyte seems to perform worse here, but if i try 80% tdp two instances with 125 core and 400 mem i get a total of 2500 sol with 6 card, so i'm there

still 435 sol is out of my league

It's funny i can reach this speed (2500 sols@80% tdp) with EQM of nicehash, but not with EWBF, how do you setup your instancing ? using the cuda-devices switch and listing only half your gpu's per bat file right ?

ah yes sry i was talking about the nicehash miner of course, not possible to reach it with this miner

Ahah ok, that's what i thought xD i was like "wtf" for a second here xD


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lucasan123 on December 25, 2016, 10:33:39 PM
i noticed that the miner uses only the 83% of the card.....................................couldn't ewbf mine at 100%

btc donation address 1Kmst2XKGUhWjGRM2WjXKFgV1u67BJi2iu



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 26, 2016, 01:22:56 AM
i noticed that the miner uses only the 83% of the card.....................................couldn't ewbf mine at 100%

btc donation address 1Kmst2XKGUhWjGRM2WjXKFgV1u67BJi2iu



try multiple thread (like putting only 2 card per miner instance) also use the usual environment variable to make it use the whole cards (as much as possible)

SETX GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
SETX GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
SETX GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
SETX GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
SETX GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 26, 2016, 01:26:28 AM
i noticed that the miner uses only the 83% of the card.....................................couldn't ewbf mine at 100%

btc donation address 1Kmst2XKGUhWjGRM2WjXKFgV1u67BJi2iu



try multiple thread (like putting only 2 card per miner instance) also use the usual environment variable to make it use the whole cards (as much as possible)

SETX GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
SETX GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
SETX GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
SETX GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
SETX GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

These settings make just sense with opencl. They do not have any influence on CUDA.
And certainly they are for AMD..


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 26, 2016, 08:21:38 AM
i noticed that the miner uses only the 83% of the card.....................................couldn't ewbf mine at 100%

btc donation address 1Kmst2XKGUhWjGRM2WjXKFgV1u67BJi2iu



try multiple thread (like putting only 2 card per miner instance) also use the usual environment variable to make it use the whole cards (as much as possible)

SETX GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
SETX GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
SETX GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
SETX GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
SETX GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

These settings make just sense with opencl. They do not have any influence on CUDA.
And certainly they are for AMD..

Oh really ? always used them, read somewhere it was useful in all situation, ok then.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 26, 2016, 11:10:33 AM
EWBF any news for version 7 ? i think you boost up to 430 sol for gtx 1070 .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 26, 2016, 11:35:02 AM
Update please!! Now I am forced to use nicehash since it is more profitable with their new miner..  >:(


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 26, 2016, 09:37:59 PM
Version 0.0.7b released.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: PanneKopp on December 26, 2016, 09:42:43 PM
smells fishy - no source code


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 26, 2016, 09:50:35 PM
smells fishy - no source code
moron really.

Ewbf nice getting speed of 510 on GTX1080 and 408 on GTX1070 nice thx


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wacko on December 26, 2016, 09:55:37 PM
Ewbf nice getting speed of 510 on GTX1080 and 480 on GTX1070 nice thx
480 on GTX 1070? Holy crap, what clocks are you at? I'm only getting about 360-370 with my 1070s. Are there any special settings with this miner, something one needs to add to the bat?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: AzzAz on December 26, 2016, 09:58:07 PM
Version 0.0.7b released.
Right same as NH! Good move.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: go6ooo1212 on December 26, 2016, 10:20:52 PM
smells fishy - no source code
moron really.

Ewbf nice getting speed of 510 on GTX1080 and 480 on GTX1070 nice thx
Would you like to share your settings.
My 1070s running a little above 400...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 26, 2016, 10:27:03 PM
For me this miner is about 5-7% slower than nicehash on EVGA 1070, but still worth it.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 26, 2016, 10:30:30 PM
My GTX1070 are KFA EX and Zotac GTx1070 Mini with Micron +150 Core +650 Mem
But it was a typo I meant 408 sol/s- was writing from my Smartphone over RDP :-/ ::)

Quote
Version 0.0.7b
Performance improvements. Old cards may be slower than with version 0.0.6b.
I wanted release it as fast as possible. So new solver can be less stable.

Indeed solver needs fixing:
Sofar 1 Bluescreen
2 Crashes of driver

\Device\UVMLiteProcess2
Graphics Exception: ESR 0x51c648=0x30000e 0x51c650=0x0 0x51c644=0xd3eff2 0x51c64c=0x17f

and

\Device\UVMLiteProcess2
Graphics SM Warp Exception on (GPC 3, TPC 0): Out Of Range Address

Never saw such failures before - maybe some new addressing of Mem or opcode?



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 26, 2016, 10:47:29 PM
For me this miner is about 5-7% slower than nicehash on EVGA 1070, but still worth it.

its not if you run 2x exe then its ~4%

nicehash 420
ewbf    ~400 but a bit less power usage


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 26, 2016, 10:58:21 PM
Nice Work EWBF !!!!


180 sol/s more !

2x gtx 1080

920 sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on December 26, 2016, 11:16:01 PM
very unstable for me though...can't run same clocks as earlier, and PCs reboot.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 26, 2016, 11:54:48 PM
very unstable for me though...can't run same clocks as earlier, and PCs reboot.

Yes this version is more stressing and unstable than before.
Try to lower the clock speeds. I found out sofar that my KFA won't run stable anymore with the new EWBF ..dunno why because before she ran 3 days stable with these clocks.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: krnlx on December 27, 2016, 12:04:48 AM
works stable on linux for me.

Code:
GPU0: 384 Sol/s GPU1: 386 Sol/s GPU2: 387 Sol/s GPU3: 386 Sol/s GPU4: 384 Sol/s GPU5: 394 Sol/s
Total speed: 2321 Sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: AzzAz on December 27, 2016, 01:20:44 AM
Strix OC, MSI X, Gigabyte G1 (1070): all stock clocks EWBF = NH for me


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reb0rn21 on December 27, 2016, 01:22:42 AM
Strix OC, MSI X, Gigabyte G1 (1070): all stock clocks EWBF = NH for me

might be true, because ewbf use a bit less of power and cards will/might boost more, my results were done on fixed frequency


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 27, 2016, 01:31:25 AM
Thanks for the update, getting up to 410 sols/s on 1070


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 27, 2016, 01:32:07 AM
Since I use it 5 blue screens, 10 freezes even at stock clocks.
Event lock messed with TST, GPC, ESR issues all over the bank..something is either wrong with the driver or the solver uses something erratically.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: AzzAz on December 27, 2016, 01:47:39 AM
Strix OC, MSI X, Gigabyte G1 (1070): all stock clocks EWBF = NH for me

might be true, because ewbf use a bit less of power and cards will/might boost more, my results were done on fixed frequency
Well, Power @ 65% and 3 rigs stable for 3-4 hours without single glitch. Stable on small OC  ( +70/150 ) all also.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: AzzAz on December 27, 2016, 02:20:47 AM
Strix OC, MSI X, Gigabyte G1 (1070): all stock clocks EWBF = NH for me

might be true, because ewbf use a bit less of power and cards will/might boost more, my results were done on fixed frequency
Well, Power @ 65% and 3 rigs stable for 3-4 hours without single glitch. Stable on small OC  ( +70/150 ) all also.
Just as I posted - miner stopped on 2 rigs. Same happened with NH miner, will test next hours...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 27, 2016, 02:22:02 AM
The miner crashed on me and failed to restart... had to manually turn it off and back on...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bason on December 27, 2016, 03:04:27 AM
Quote
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 77
ERROR: Some workers are stopped. Attempt to restart: 1
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 2 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 3 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 4 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 46
ERROR: Some workers are stopped. Attempt to restart: 2
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 2 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 3 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 4 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 46


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Psynthax on December 27, 2016, 03:19:52 AM
Quote
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 77
ERROR: Some workers are stopped. Attempt to restart: 1
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 2 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 3 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 4 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 46
ERROR: Some workers are stopped. Attempt to restart: 2
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 2 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 3 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 4 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 46

Yeah, the same thing is happening over here..  ???


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: gaalx on December 27, 2016, 04:46:58 AM
It is possible to run multiple threads in the miner from nicehash (eqm_v1.0.4a_Win64) on command - _-cd 0 0_ or _-ca -ca_


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: vs.crypt on December 27, 2016, 05:34:19 AM
~200 Sol/s on GTX 970 stock
Thanks man!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ivan1975 on December 27, 2016, 06:17:20 AM
Thx for miner.
gtx1070 - 390, gtx970 - 220.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 27, 2016, 06:58:59 AM
this version is a bit slower for me than nicehash last version, getting 3% less speed compated to nicehash even with the two instances


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Dr_Victor on December 27, 2016, 07:09:41 AM
We should support such miner developer to achieve acceptable speed in competition.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Toxic_Cat on December 27, 2016, 07:16:13 AM
Miner Zec miner 0.0.6b have DevFee inside? I don't see when hes mining DevFee on screen. Can you do some output?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: anorganix on December 27, 2016, 07:23:12 AM
Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: reelen on December 27, 2016, 07:27:56 AM
Getting 445~ on 1080, thank you so much!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 27, 2016, 07:29:36 AM
The crashes occurred randomly and without connection to current clock speeds.
I had this night 10 blue screen, 38 crashes..some times directly at start, sometimes 5min after and then after 2h sometimes.

Profit for me due to these crashes and bluescreen halved ..switching back to 0.0.6b meanwhile


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: muchoman on December 27, 2016, 07:30:35 AM
Working fine for me, thanks!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on December 27, 2016, 08:13:40 AM
Thanks dev :) .

The best setting for nvidia gtx 1070 with version 7 ? .

Now i have gpu clock +150 , mem clock +700 , Power Limit 55% for 360 sol .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 27, 2016, 08:57:02 AM
@EWBF_

I noticed your  worker thread don't drop the share from old when a new job is send from statrum..results in higher count of invalid shares.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: joniosbra on December 27, 2016, 09:01:09 AM
Thanks dev :) .

The best setting for nvidia gtx 1070 with version 7 ? .

Now i have gpu clock +150 , mem clock +700 , Power Limit 55% for 360 sol .

With these settings I'm doing 300-310 sols. What am I doing wrong???
5 x evga gtx 1070 sc
h81 pro btc
celeron 1820
windows 10 64
nvidia driver 376.19

tks!!!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 27, 2016, 09:35:58 AM
Thanks dev :) .

The best setting for nvidia gtx 1070 with version 7 ? .

Now i have gpu clock +150 , mem clock +700 , Power Limit 55% for 360 sol .

With these settings I'm doing 300-310 sols. What am I doing wrong???
5 x evga gtx 1070 sc
h81 pro btc
celeron 1820
windows 10 64
nvidia driver 376.19

tks!!!


The power limits and voltages at those power limits are different for each type of card, do not copy setting of others and test your own best settings. You need over 65% of Power limit for EVGA to achieve 360-370 sols.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xPwnK on December 27, 2016, 09:44:33 AM
The crashes occurred randomly and without connection to current clock speeds.
I had this night 10 blue screen, 38 crashes..some times directly at start, sometimes 5min after and then after 2h sometimes.

Profit for me due to these crashes and bluescreen halved ..switching back to 0.0.6b meanwhile
Use linux and you won't get bluescreens lol


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 27, 2016, 10:06:27 AM
The crashes occurred randomly and without connection to current clock speeds.
I had this night 10 blue screen, 38 crashes..some times directly at start, sometimes 5min after and then after 2h sometimes.

Profit for me due to these crashes and bluescreen halved ..switching back to 0.0.6b meanwhile
Use linux and you won't get bluescreens lol

Nonsense answer  ::) and Linux easily gets a kernel panic. So it would be the same result in the end!
I don't want to switch my OS because I ran stable witt 0.0.6b


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: joniosbra on December 27, 2016, 10:34:34 AM
Thanks dev :) .

The best setting for nvidia gtx 1070 with version 7 ? .

Now i have gpu clock +150 , mem clock +700 , Power Limit 55% for 360 sol .

With these settings I'm doing 300-310 sols. What am I doing wrong???
5 x evga gtx 1070 sc
h81 pro btc
celeron 1820
windows 10 64
nvidia driver 376.19

tks!!!


The power limits and voltages at those power limits are different for each type of card, do not copy setting of others and test your own best settings. You need over 65% of Power limit for EVGA to achieve 360-370 sols.

tks!
just one more thing...
I hit 360 sols with 82% power limit... BUT... the whole system is now using 1280W at the wall.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: krnlx on December 27, 2016, 10:36:10 AM
The crashes occurred randomly and without connection to current clock speeds.
I had this night 10 blue screen, 38 crashes..some times directly at start, sometimes 5min after and then after 2h sometimes.

Profit for me due to these crashes and bluescreen halved ..switching back to 0.0.6b meanwhile
Use linux and you won't get bluescreens lol

Nonsense answer  ::) and Linux easily gets a kernel panic. So it would be the same result in the end!
I don't want to switch my OS because I ran stable witt 0.0.6b

I think that it is windows only issue, or hardware problems( sometimes 1070 can drain up to 50watt from pci-e ), all my linux rigs with overclock run well with 0.0.7


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wacko on December 27, 2016, 10:52:20 AM
Nonsense answer  ::) and Linux easily gets a kernel panic. So it would be the same result in the end!
I don't want to switch my OS because I ran stable witt 0.0.6b
Your cards are most likely unstable. You wrote earlier that you're running them at +150/+650. It's waaaay too much for most cards with Micron chips. Zcash miners, especially EQM miner, don't stress the cards very much, so many users were able to get away with very high overclocks. But those aren't rock solid stable overclocks, not even close. If they'd test those OC clocks in a dozen of games they'd have crashes in half of them. Same with mining, some algos/miners are more stressful and some are less. I've had this 0.0.7 version running for ~12 hours non stop with my 1070s and no issues whatsoever. That's because my OC is thoroughly tested.

What I don't like about this miner is that there might be something wrong with devfee.

http://i.imgur.com/E2Hm8kI.png

Not sure how it works but it's like it's taking too much. In only 15 minutes running 0.0.7 pointed at Dwarf pool, I've got 35 shares accepted by the Dwarf, and 6 Devfee shares accepted. That's not 2% fee. But this might have something to do with difficulty maybe? Higher diff at Dwarf pool and lower diff at the dev's pool? Anyway, would like to see an explanation to this.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 27, 2016, 11:03:59 AM
Thanks dev :) .

The best setting for nvidia gtx 1070 with version 7 ? .

Now i have gpu clock +150 , mem clock +700 , Power Limit 55% for 360 sol .

With these settings I'm doing 300-310 sols. What am I doing wrong???
5 x evga gtx 1070 sc
h81 pro btc
celeron 1820
windows 10 64
nvidia driver 376.19

tks!!!


it's the model, the number of pin your card have and the memory type, if you have bad memory like micron and not samsung your memory oc will not be as a strong


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 27, 2016, 11:58:40 AM
Nonsense answer  ::) and Linux easily gets a kernel panic. So it would be the same result in the end!
I don't want to switch my OS because I ran stable witt 0.0.6b
Your cards are most likely unstable. You wrote earlier that you're running them at +150/+650. It's waaaay too much for most cards with Micron chips. Zcash miners, especially EQM miner, don't stress the cards very much, so many users were able to get away with very high overclocks. But those aren't rock solid stable overclocks, not even close. If they'd test those OC clocks in a dozen of games they'd have crashes in half of them. Same with mining, some algos/miners are more stressful and some are less. I've had this 0.0.7 version running for ~12 hours non stop with my 1070s and no issues whatsoever. That's because my OC is thoroughly tested.

What I don't like about this miner is that there might be something wrong with devfee.

http://i.imgur.com/E2Hm8kI.png

Not sure how it works but it's like it's taking too much. In only 15 minutes running 0.0.7 pointed at Dwarf pool, I've got 35 shares accepted by the Dwarf, and 6 Devfee shares accepted. That's not 2% fee. But this might have something to do with difficulty maybe? Higher diff at Dwarf pool and lower diff at the dev's pool? Anyway, would like to see an explanation to this.
If you read more carefully you would have noticed that i made other runs with no overclock - I repeat it also happened with no OC! and 0.0.6 runs stable even two instances.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wacko on December 27, 2016, 12:05:51 PM
ioglnx Which driver do you use? i'm using 376.33.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 27, 2016, 12:30:01 PM
Hi everybody!

A couple of answers to your questions:
Expected speed ~360 on stock 1070 ~250 on stock 1060
Stability, miner now work with "intensity" it better utilize gpu and as result it can make strong overclock less stable.
DevFee, miner works for devfee 2% of time. But difficulty on devfee pool can be significantly lower or higher than on your pool.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 27, 2016, 12:38:40 PM
Quote
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 77
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 77
ERROR: Some workers are stopped. Attempt to restart: 1
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 2 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 3 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 4 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 46
ERROR: Some workers are stopped. Attempt to restart: 2
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 0 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 1 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 2 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 2 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 3 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 3 Thread exited with code: 46
CUDA: Device: 4 GeForce GTX 1070, 8192 MB M0
CUDA: Device: 4 Thread exited with code: 46


to high overclocked !!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: krnlx on December 27, 2016, 12:42:51 PM
Hi everybody!

A couple of answers to your questions:
Expected speed ~360 on stock 1070 ~250 on stock 1060
Stability, miner now work with "intensity" it better utilize gpu and as result it can make strong overclock less stable.
DevFee, miner works for devfee 2% of time. But difficulty on devfee pool can be significantly lower or higher than on your pool.

It would be good, if would be intensity param, to fine tune cards.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 27, 2016, 01:09:56 PM
ioglnx Which driver do you use? i'm using 376.33.

I'm using th elatest hotfix driver which has the workaround for Folding@Home before that I used 376.09 because 736.33 was again based on 375_rev instead 376_rev like he 09.
I will try to restore my snapshot with old driver I also think this driver is broken since it makes no sense on all these errors I see.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 27, 2016, 02:30:49 PM
Compared to EQM, .7 uses ~4.5% less power and produces 4% less hash. So roughly the same give or take, slightly less efficient. This was done running two instances of EWBF.

Right now Nicehash is paying 8% less then mining direct. This miner has a 2% fee, so this is almost a complete wash. Really comes down to what you rather do, mine coins or get paid bitcoin direct. The net result is currently the same, but that can fluctuate depending on if and when you sell your coins.

I haven't had any crashing so far, I'm guessing that's due to people messing with TDP settings and strangling their GPU (it doesn't have enough power to keep the memory OCs stable). Memory OCs do not handle less power nearly as well as GPU OCs. You can also have crashing with stock clocks and lowering your TDP to a bare minimum (manufacturers don't rigorously test settings like this so their 'stock' OCs may not work properly).


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lyolyalya on December 27, 2016, 02:51:36 PM
something like that...
http://s46.radikal.ru/i111/1612/08/50ab8b6d800dt.jpg (http://radikal.ru/big/gjt22z4f7k426)

http://s019.radikal.ru/i620/1612/31/848b5a743178t.jpg (http://radikal.ru/big/er4civ485242p)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on December 27, 2016, 05:44:41 PM
something like that...
http://s46.radikal.ru/i111/1612/08/50ab8b6d800dt.jpg (http://radikal.ru/big/gjt22z4f7k426)

http://s019.radikal.ru/i620/1612/31/848b5a743178t.jpg (http://radikal.ru/big/er4civ485242p)

Power consumption is too much. I can get 375 sols with 50 % tdp. So you get 35 sols more  with extra 35 % tdp.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lyolyalya on December 28, 2016, 04:47:20 AM
something like that...
http://s46.radikal.ru/i111/1612/08/50ab8b6d800dt.jpg (http://radikal.ru/big/gjt22z4f7k426)

http://s019.radikal.ru/i620/1612/31/848b5a743178t.jpg (http://radikal.ru/big/er4civ485242p)

Power consumption is too much. I can get 375 sols with 50 % tdp. So you get 35 sols more  with extra 35 % tdp.
yeah but i use multipoolminer which mine all the algos on miningpoolhub, so i need 100 tdp for changing algos and miners without crashing.also - my electricity is only 0.05$/kWt sooo...it's not a problem=)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: 0bit on December 28, 2016, 04:47:38 AM
Hello, I am trying to mine with a GTX 950 (obviously not trying to make any money :P). When I try running the miner I get 'ERROR: Cannot run workers'. I am on a 64-bit Windows 7 PC and I am trying to mine on AntPool.

Thanks for any help


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lyolyalya on December 28, 2016, 05:12:05 AM
Hello, I am trying to mine with a GTX 950 (obviously not trying to make any money :P). When I try running the miner I get 'ERROR: Cannot run workers'. I am on a 64-bit Windows 7 PC and I am trying to mine on AntPool.

Thanks for any help
what you trying to mine on antpool?it is bitcoin and litecoin pool mostly.950 for altcoins mostly.don't even try antpool without ASIC.
awww.they added zcash...then you need to add worker in WORKERS.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 28, 2016, 12:30:30 PM
I switched to this miner and got 350sols with a Gigab G1 1070.. (no OC, sadly 100% tdp, i cant lower that without trashing speeds)

BUT... i left the miner overnight and i found it crashed two hours later... I lost the whole night of mining. My fault for testing it unattended.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 28, 2016, 02:31:59 PM
I switched to this miner and got 350sols with a Gigab G1 1070.. (no OC, sadly 100% tdp, i cant lower that without trashing speeds)

BUT... i left the miner overnight and i found it crashed two hours later... I lost the whole night of mining. My fault for testing it unattended.


No probably not your fault, try running more instances (2-3), you will get speed increase and if one instance crashes than you still have the other.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 28, 2016, 03:12:47 PM
Hello, I am trying to mine with a GTX 950 (obviously not trying to make any money :P). When I try running the miner I get 'ERROR: Cannot run workers'. I am on a 64-bit Windows 7 PC and I am trying to mine on AntPool.

Thanks for any help

It's probably problem with gpu drivers, try update him or reinstall.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: mirny on December 28, 2016, 03:39:14 PM
I switched to this miner and got 350sols with a Gigab G1 1070.. (no OC, sadly 100% tdp, i cant lower that without trashing speeds)

BUT... i left the miner overnight and i found it crashed two hours later... I lost the whole night of mining. My fault for testing it unattended.


No probably not your fault, try running more instances (2-3), you will get speed increase and if one instance crashes than you still have the other.

It does not help, because whole machine is crashing, not just miner.
So, improved stability in next release, would be much appreciated.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 28, 2016, 03:45:03 PM
EWBF 0.0.8


2 x GTX 1080 OC
GPU0: 450 Sol/s GPU1: 451 Sol/s
Total speed: 901 Sol/s


Thanks a lot ! ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: du44 on December 28, 2016, 04:37:31 PM
Can confirm, what 0.0.8b more stable than 0.0.7b and little more hashrate.
Thanks.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 28, 2016, 04:42:52 PM
Nice work for 0.0.8b, improved stability and a tad bit more hashrate.

Would love to see some more options like logging, remote json admin port and stuff :)

Keep up the good work !


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xPwnK on December 28, 2016, 05:10:54 PM
970 gets a bit less hashrate with 0.0.8 than 0.0.7. Does anyone else have this problem with maxwell cards?
260 sol/s with 0.0.7 and 250 sol/s with 0.0.8


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lyolyalya on December 28, 2016, 05:12:32 PM
Nice work for 0.0.8b, improved stability and a tad bit more hashrate.

Would love to see some more options like logging, remote json admin port and stuff :)

Keep up the good work !
joining=)best miner!keep on tuning=)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: t2yax on December 28, 2016, 05:22:23 PM
any plans for zcoin ??


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: CoffeeCat on December 28, 2016, 05:35:21 PM
What you would folks say are the best clocks for 1070 and a 1080? I want to get the most hashing power while saving on electricity. (Electric costs are high for me.)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 28, 2016, 05:42:24 PM
What you would folks say are the best clocks for 1070 and a 1080? I want to get the most hashing power while saving on electricity. (Electric costs are high for me.)

If your electricity costs are high, best keep @50% tdp, that's what i do, any other combo just isn't enough profitability.

for OC settings, you would probably have to do your own testing, because each card is different depending on design, makers, making and so on.

My own settings atm and im still working on them, is +135 core / +575 mem @50% tdp +20% vCore (6x EVGA FTW 1070 micron chip memory) yielding about 375sols/s each for 92w each in nvidia-smi, whole rig consuming 695w (cpu, mobo, fans, and psu efficiency in play). I also run with 3 ewbf process, 2x cards per process for maximum efficiency (i have to test with lower amount of process since ewbf made changes in 0.0.7b, to see if it's as efficient running only one or 2 process, would save a few watts, will see that this week-end)

Those are just general settings, you would have to make your own testings to find the sweetest spot :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 28, 2016, 06:13:08 PM
What you would folks say are the best clocks for 1070 and a 1080? I want to get the most hashing power while saving on electricity. (Electric costs are high for me.)

If your electricity costs are high, best keep @50% tdp, that's what i do, any other combo just isn't enough profitability.

for OC settings, you would probably have to do your own testing, because each card is different depending on design, makers, making and so on.

My own settings atm and im still working on them, is +135 core / +575 mem @50% tdp +20% vCore (6x EVGA FTW 1070 micron chip memory) yielding about 375sols/s each for 92w each in nvidia-smi, whole rig consuming 695w (cpu, mobo, fans, and psu efficiency in play). I also run with 3 ewbf process, 2x cards per process for maximum efficiency (i have to test with lower amount of process since ewbf made changes in 0.0.7b, to see if it's as efficient running only one or 2 process, would save a few watts, will see that this week-end)

Those are just general settings, you would have to make your own testings to find the sweetest spot :)

How do you up the vCore on the EVGA? I have EVGA SC and when i up the core in MSI afterburner it has absolutelly no effect. To keep the 375 sols i therefore need to have at least 65% TDP with the same overclock as you do. It consumes roughly 110 - 115W for 375 sols.
Also saying you run two processes for one card means 12 EWBF miners running per 6x rig?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 28, 2016, 06:23:01 PM
What you would folks say are the best clocks for 1070 and a 1080? I want to get the most hashing power while saving on electricity. (Electric costs are high for me.)

If your electricity costs are high, best keep @50% tdp, that's what i do, any other combo just isn't enough profitability.

for OC settings, you would probably have to do your own testing, because each card is different depending on design, makers, making and so on.

My own settings atm and im still working on them, is +135 core / +575 mem @50% tdp +20% vCore (6x EVGA FTW 1070 micron chip memory) yielding about 375sols/s each for 92w each in nvidia-smi, whole rig consuming 695w (cpu, mobo, fans, and psu efficiency in play). I also run with 3 ewbf process, 2x cards per process for maximum efficiency (i have to test with lower amount of process since ewbf made changes in 0.0.7b, to see if it's as efficient running only one or 2 process, would save a few watts, will see that this week-end)

Those are just general settings, you would have to make your own testings to find the sweetest spot :)

How do you up the vCore on the EVGA? I have EVGA SC and when i up the core in MSI afterburner it has absolutelly no effect. To keep the 375 sols i therefore need to have at least 65% TDP with the same overclock as you do. It consumes roughly 110 - 115W for 375 sols.

In the afterburner option you need to go in general tab, and in the compatibility properties section, check unlock voltage control "extended MSI", and unlock voltage monitoring. You should be able to OC Vcore after afterburner restarting.
For the process, i run 3 instance of EWBF each targeting 2 cards (i have basically 3 bat file with the --cuda-devices switch)
as for the sols/s, this is an average, i get sometimes 380, sometimes 365/370, but yeah on average i hit about 745/750 per EWBF process (each with 2 cards) using 376.19 nvidia drivers just for info too


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 28, 2016, 06:26:40 PM
Quote
In the afterburner option you need to go in general tab, and in the compatibility properties section, check unlock voltage control "extended MSI", and unlock voltage monitoring. You should be able to OC Vcore after afterburner restarting.
For the process, i run 3 instance of EWBF each targeting 2 cards (i have basically 3 bat file with the --cuda-devices switch)
Yes I have that but it does seem to do anything! :D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 28, 2016, 06:28:53 PM
Quote
In the afterburner option you need to go in general tab, and in the compatibility properties section, check unlock voltage control "extended MSI", and unlock voltage monitoring. You should be able to OC Vcore after afterburner restarting.
For the process, i run 3 instance of EWBF each targeting 2 cards (i have basically 3 bat file with the --cuda-devices switch)
Yes I have that but it does seem to do anything! :D

Did you upgraded your GPU bios ? maybe not at the latest version, i "seem" to remember it was locked @ first on my FTW ones, maybe voltage are still locked on SC version i have no idea, sorry mate :(


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 28, 2016, 06:30:44 PM
Quote
In the afterburner option you need to go in general tab, and in the compatibility properties section, check unlock voltage control "extended MSI", and unlock voltage monitoring. You should be able to OC Vcore after afterburner restarting.
For the process, i run 3 instance of EWBF each targeting 2 cards (i have basically 3 bat file with the --cuda-devices switch)
Yes I have that but it does seem to do anything! :D

Did you upgraded your GPU bios ? maybe not at the latest version, i "seem" to remember it was locked @ first on my FTW ones, maybe voltage are still locked on SC version i have no idea, sorry mate :(

Yes I did, but i will try to see if there are some new ones! You are right that it is probably locked. Thanks!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 28, 2016, 07:15:49 PM
Some workers are stopped attempting to restart....
and again and again...

No OC...

376.09 drivers..

is this ok for this miner..=
setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100

??


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: anorganix on December 28, 2016, 07:30:55 PM
I see a lot of people using 376.09 drivers.
Is there a specific reason not to use latest drivers? I'm mining just fine with 376.33.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xPwnK on December 28, 2016, 07:35:29 PM
I see a lot of people using 376.09 drivers.
Is there a specific reason not to use latest drivers? I'm mining just fine with 376.33.
No, but there isn't reason to update your drivers either.
376.33 drivers don't increase your hashrate.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 28, 2016, 08:23:52 PM
Updating my bios's was a huge PITA all for about 8% more hashrate. When you have mixed manufacturers on one PC a lot of the update utilities don't respect models and will flash their bios over other manufacturers cards. That was a lot of fun digging up bios's to flash them back after that. Other manufacturers wont flash multiple cards (Asus update). It was a grab bag.

Best method is using nvflash and updating one of the cards with the manufacturers package, saving the updated bios with Nvflash, and then flashing all the cards at once by unplugging other models from the system.

In other news apparently you can't get that last couple % out of cards by running multiple instances anymore. EWBF still only uses 97-98% of my GPUs where as Nicehash uses 99-100%.


Worth noting, when running on Maxwell (970s) hashrate is 10% slower then Nicehash's miner. That's a pretty big difference. If you're running multiple Maxwell rigs it's better to stick with EQM.

Also .8 is still quite unstable. Multiple machines were completely stable with EQM, I have to reduce the memory clock a extra 100mhz to be stable in .8.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 28, 2016, 08:45:18 PM
I see a lot of people using 376.09 drivers.
Is there a specific reason not to use latest drivers? I'm mining just fine with 376.33.
No, but there isn't reason to update your drivers either.
376.33 drivers don't increase your hashrate.

Well with the newest pascal cards, you can always hope something will improve, but usually it'll do nothing if your previous version isn't that far from current. I recommend doing testing, and for easyness to change between version use restore point in windows, very useful :)

Updating my bios's was a huge PITA all for about 8% more hashrate. When you have mixed manufacturers on one PC a lot of the update utilities don't respect models and will flash their bios over other manufacturers cards. That was a lot of fun digging up bios's to flash them back after that. Other manufacturers wont flash multiple cards (Asus update). It was a grab bag.

Best method is using nvflash and updating one of the cards with the manufacturers package, saving the updated bios with Nvflash, and then flashing all the cards at once by unplugging other models from the system.

In other news apparently you can't get that last couple % out of cards by running multiple instances anymore. EWBF still only uses 97-98% of my GPUs where as Nicehash uses 99-100%.


Worth noting, when running on Maxwell (970s) hashrate is 10% slower then Nicehash's miner. That's a pretty big difference. If you're running multiple Maxwell rigs it's better to stick with EQM.

Also .8 is still quite unstable. Multiple machines were completely stable with EQM, I have to reduce the memory clock a extra 100mhz to be stable in .8.


Latest version 0.0.8b with 3 process has an average GPU usage of 99% for me. (1 bat file per 2 cards on 6 cards rigs).

Stability wise, running with no rejected shares for the last 4 hours @ average 374sols/s per card. I use the same OC i was using with EQM, so far so good :)

Agree with you, bios updating for heterogeneous rigs is horrible...

Code:
Wed Dec 28 20:42:21 2016      
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| NVIDIA-SMI 376.19                 Driver Version: 376.19                    |
|-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
| GPU  Name            TCC/WDDM | Bus-Id        Disp.A | Volatile Uncorr. ECC |
| Fan  Temp  Perf  Pwr:Usage/Cap|         Memory-Usage | GPU-Util  Compute M. |
|===============================+======================+======================|
|   0  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:01:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
| 27%   61C    P2    85W /  92W |    636MiB /  8192MiB |     99%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   1  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:02:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
| 24%   60C    P2    92W /  92W |    558MiB /  8192MiB |     99%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   2  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:03:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
| 26%   60C    P2    92W /  92W |    558MiB /  8192MiB |     99%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   3  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:04:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
| 27%   61C    P2    92W /  92W |    558MiB /  8192MiB |     99%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   4  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:05:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
| 25%   60C    P2    94W /  92W |    558MiB /  8192MiB |     99%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
|   5  GeForce GTX 1070   WDDM  | 0000:06:00.0     Off |                  N/A |
| 26%   61C    P2    92W /  92W |    558MiB /  8192MiB |     99%      Default |
+-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
                                                                              
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Processes:                                                       GPU Memory |
|  GPU       PID  Type  Process name                               Usage      |
|=============================================================================|
|    0      1000  C+G   C:\Windows\System32\dwm.exe                  N/A      |
|    0      3156  C+G   C:\Windows\explorer.exe                      N/A      |
|    0      4124  C+G   ...ost_cw5n1h2txyewy\ShellExperienceHost.exe N/A      |
|    0      4340  C+G   ...indows.Cortana_cw5n1h2txyewy\SearchUI.exe N/A      |
|    0      5828    C   C:\MINING\EWBF_ZEC\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    1      5596    C   C:\MINING\EWBF_ZEC\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    2      5828    C   C:\MINING\EWBF_ZEC\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    3      5776    C   C:\MINING\EWBF_ZEC\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    4      5776    C   C:\MINING\EWBF_ZEC\miner.exe                 N/A      |
|    5      5596    C   C:\MINING\EWBF_ZEC\miner.exe                 N/A      |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Would love to see threading support from EWBF, as well as loggin and monitoring features for sure ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: petrmaje on December 28, 2016, 10:19:24 PM
Hi,
I have a issue with yours miner, Linux version.
Latest working version is 0.05b.

+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.5b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 007fffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962614_64854
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962614_64854
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, 6072 MB
INFO 23:04:01: GPU0 Accepted share 297ms [A:1, R:0]
INFO 23:04:07: GPU0 Accepted share 298ms [A:2, R:0]

Newer versions crased with this:
+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.8b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 007fffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962393_64849
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962393_64849
ERROR: Cannot run workers.

Does your miner require OPENCL files? I have installed driver without OPENCL files, because I had problems with second videocard installed in my PC. Other miners (claymore, genoil) works well. Where is the problem?
Thanks
Petr


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: CoffeeCat on December 28, 2016, 11:12:02 PM
What you would folks say are the best clocks for 1070 and a 1080? I want to get the most hashing power while saving on electricity. (Electric costs are high for me.)

If your electricity costs are high, best keep @50% tdp, that's what i do, any other combo just isn't enough profitability.

for OC settings, you would probably have to do your own testing, because each card is different depending on design, makers, making and so on.

My own settings atm and im still working on them, is +135 core / +575 mem @50% tdp +20% vCore (6x EVGA FTW 1070 micron chip memory) yielding about 375sols/s each for 92w each in nvidia-smi, whole rig consuming 695w (cpu, mobo, fans, and psu efficiency in play). I also run with 3 ewbf process, 2x cards per process for maximum efficiency (i have to test with lower amount of process since ewbf made changes in 0.0.7b, to see if it's as efficient running only one or 2 process, would save a few watts, will see that this week-end)

Those are just general settings, you would have to make your own testings to find the sweetest spot :)

Hey, thanks for the above. That's in line with my 1070. Any thoughts on the 1080? You can bring the tdp down to 37% and I know the memory is different.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tbearhere on December 28, 2016, 11:26:15 PM
Hi everybody!

A couple of answers to your questions:
Expected speed ~360 on stock 1070 ~250 on stock 1060
Stability, miner now work with "intensity" it better utilize gpu and as result it can make strong overclock less stable.
DevFee, miner works for devfee 2% of time. But difficulty on devfee pool can be significantly lower or higher than on your pool.

It would be good, if would be intensity param, to fine tune cards.
That would be nice. I've been waiting for that for a long time.. intensity setting.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: dtawom on December 29, 2016, 01:39:28 AM
I tried the 0.8b on my gtx 580 rig and it detects the card unlike before where it would just say no supported card detected, now it does 0 sol/s.   Just letting you know if this release was intended to work with Cuda 2.0 devices it ain't working with 5 series cards.

Thanks,


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: aaronsace on December 29, 2016, 01:59:56 AM
I would like to integrate this miner into multipoolminer for miningpoolhub as done with Claymore's miner.

An api is needed for benchmarking/monitoring. Please can you advise if you have an api to read the hashrate whilst mining? If not, would you be able to add one?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Icon on December 29, 2016, 03:24:10 AM
I tried the 0.8b on my gtx 580 rig and it detects the card unlike before where it would just say no supported card detected, now it does 0 sol/s.   Just letting you know if this release was intended to work with Cuda 2.0 devices it ain't working with 5 series cards.

Thanks,

Well just tried on my 650 GTX and it runs.. a massive 13 kh/s :) but it works :)

FYI this miner is as fast/faster then latest Nicehash EQM miner does uses 2 threads..

Icon


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on December 29, 2016, 04:54:23 AM
I tried the 0.8b on my gtx 580 rig and it detects the card unlike before where it would just say no supported card detected, now it does 0 sol/s.   Just letting you know if this release was intended to work with Cuda 2.0 devices it ain't working with 5 series cards.

Thanks,

Well just tried on my 650 GTX and it runs.. a massive 13 kh/s :) but it works :)

FYI this miner is as fast/faster then latest Nicehash EQM miner does uses 2 threads..

Icon

It works but don't expect great things since he's using Cuda 8, even Maxwell runs better with cuda7.5 or 6.5.  As my GT 730 gets the same amount of hashes  as your GTX 650


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 10:14:11 AM
What you would folks say are the best clocks for 1070 and a 1080? I want to get the most hashing power while saving on electricity. (Electric costs are high for me.)

If your electricity costs are high, best keep @50% tdp, that's what i do, any other combo just isn't enough profitability.

for OC settings, you would probably have to do your own testing, because each card is different depending on design, makers, making and so on.

My own settings atm and im still working on them, is +135 core / +575 mem @50% tdp +20% vCore (6x EVGA FTW 1070 micron chip memory) yielding about 375sols/s each for 92w each in nvidia-smi, whole rig consuming 695w (cpu, mobo, fans, and psu efficiency in play). I also run with 3 ewbf process, 2x cards per process for maximum efficiency (i have to test with lower amount of process since ewbf made changes in 0.0.7b, to see if it's as efficient running only one or 2 process, would save a few watts, will see that this week-end)

Those are just general settings, you would have to make your own testings to find the sweetest spot :)

Hey, thanks for the above. That's in line with my 1070. Any thoughts on the 1080? You can bring the tdp down to 37% and I know the memory is different.

I don't own any, so sadly no input :), i know from what i read in the thread that it perform even better than 1070, so you should do testing ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 29, 2016, 12:10:35 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ExEric3 on December 29, 2016, 12:12:45 PM
EWBF when you planning add coinotron?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 12:31:41 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

EWBF when you planning add coinotron?

For my personnal knowledge what is the issue with coinotron pool, that would need special support ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: painmaker on December 29, 2016, 12:55:06 PM
thanks @EWBF_ for providing us with this nice piece of software!
007b was running smoothly on my linux machines on stock clock-speeds (gtx 750ti, gtx 970, gtx980) and so does 008b (alas not yet tested with the 750ti) with nvidia driver 375.20!

running multiple instances on ewbf v 008b doesn't increase my sol-rate on any of the cards but rather decreases by 5-7%, have not tried that with 007b so i cannot compare.

what kept me wondering a bit however is that my gtx 980 is not performing too well compared to my gtx 970 at the same power-levels (150W) and difficulty (64).
running 2 threads on each yields to:
gtx970@150W -> 2 * 105 sol/s == 210 sol/s -> 1.40 sol/W
gtx980@150W -> 2 * 109 sol/s == 218 sol/s -> 1.45 sol/W

of course the gtx980 runs cooler and if i set a higher power-cap it clearly beats the gtx970 in sol/s reaching
 ~257 sol/s (@230W -> 1.12 sol/W) or
 ~250 sol/s (@210W -> 1.19 sol/W) or
 ~246 sol/s (@190W -> 1.30 sol/W) or
 ~236 sol/s (@170W -> 1.39 sol/W)
but has a considerably lower efficiency (sol/W) than my gtx970. as environmental aspects are a concern for me i wonder what may be the cause for the gtx980's weak efficiency. any ideas?

my gtx970 reaches even > 1.50 sol/W when setting a power-limit < 120W and i'm quite happy with that.

that maybe has nothing to do with EWBF-miner directly but never the less might be of interest for some ;)

ps: power-cap set and power-usage read through nvidia-smi

EDIT: i have no clue how to choose ZEC-difficulty but know that typical video-card-ranges are somewhere around 64-256. can anybody give me a hint how to choose a good difficulty? i think i remember having come across some guide or article regarding this but simply cannot remember where this was and search-engines are of not much help either...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: AzzAz on December 29, 2016, 01:23:32 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

EWBF when you planning add coinotron?

For my personnal knowledge what is the issue with coinotron pool, that would need special support ?
Pools are defined in the miner. You try to setup yourself?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ZenFr on December 29, 2016, 02:54:22 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...
Good idea but unfornately TSIV CCminer don't support cryptonote/XMR algo :-(.

Edit : so, there is an old version of TSIV CCMiner specific to cryptonote, I'll refound it...

Edit 2 : I refund the github repository of specific TSIV specific Cryptonote CCMiner : no news sinc 3 years...
Where have you seen a cuda 8 version ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 29, 2016, 03:55:32 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...
Good idea but unfornately TSIV CCminer don't support cryptonote/XMR algo :-(.

Edit : so, there is an old version of TSIV CCMiner specific to cryptonote, I'll refound it...

Edit 2 : I refund the github repository of specific TSIV specific Cryptonote CCMiner : no news sinc 3 years...
Where have you seen a cuda 8 version ?

I agree please make also XMR miner for nVidia! :) I do not believe that a 1070 can only do 700 at the moment :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 03:55:39 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...
Good idea but unfornately TSIV CCminer don't support cryptonote/XMR algo :-(.

Edit : so, there is an old version of TSIV CCMiner specific to cryptonote, I'll refound it...

Edit 2 : I refund the github repository of specific TSIV specific Cryptonote CCMiner : no news sinc 3 years...
Where have you seen a cuda 8 version ?

https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer-cryptonight/releases

There you go, friend :)

thanks @EWBF_ for providing us with this nice piece of software!
007b was running smoothly on my linux machines on stock clock-speeds (gtx 750ti, gtx 970, gtx980) and so does 008b (alas not yet tested with the 750ti) with nvidia driver 375.20!

running multiple instances on ewbf v 008b doesn't increase my sol-rate on any of the cards but rather decreases by 5-7%, have not tried that with 007b so i cannot compare.

what kept me wondering a bit however is that my gtx 980 is not performing too well compared to my gtx 970 at the same power-levels (150W) and difficulty (64).
running 2 threads on each yields to:
gtx970@150W -> 2 * 105 sol/s == 210 sol/s -> 1.40 sol/W
gtx980@150W -> 2 * 109 sol/s == 218 sol/s -> 1.45 sol/W

of course the gtx980 runs cooler and if i set a higher power-cap it clearly beats the gtx970 in sol/s reaching
 ~257 sol/s (@230W -> 1.12 sol/W) or
 ~250 sol/s (@210W -> 1.19 sol/W) or
 ~246 sol/s (@190W -> 1.30 sol/W) or
 ~236 sol/s (@170W -> 1.39 sol/W)
but has a considerably lower efficiency (sol/W) than my gtx970. as environmental aspects are a concern for me i wonder what may be the cause for the gtx980's weak efficiency. any ideas?

my gtx970 reaches even > 1.50 sol/W when setting a power-limit < 120W and i'm quite happy with that.

that maybe has nothing to do with EWBF-miner directly but never the less might be of interest for some ;)

ps: power-cap set and power-usage read through nvidia-smi

EDIT: i have no clue how to choose ZEC-difficulty but know that typical video-card-ranges are somewhere around 64-256. can anybody give me a hint how to choose a good difficulty? i think i remember having come across some guide or article regarding this but simply cannot remember where this was and search-engines are of not much help either...

Usually pools adjust difficulty against your hashing power. Some pools allow you to choose it like flypool. A little guideline taken from zcash page on dwarfpool

128 for one videocard
512  for rigs with 2-4 cards
1024 for rigs with >=5 cards

cheers :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lucasan123 on December 29, 2016, 04:01:27 PM
Someone with 1060 has posted the benchmark?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: anorganix on December 29, 2016, 04:09:50 PM
Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!

Power limit at 85% / core +180 / memory +540.
Almost the same with 0.0.8 (+/- 2%).


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 29, 2016, 04:22:43 PM
Can someone share specific powersave values for 1070 ?
I can't seem to make it use less than 150W and the fans must spin 80% constant to keep temps below 70C.
Thank you.
MSI Armor 1070 8G Non OC version.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 29, 2016, 04:54:56 PM
Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!

Power limit at 85% / core +180 / memory +540.
Almost the same with 0.0.8 (+/- 2%).

what about 55% power limit?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 04:56:06 PM
Can someone share specific powersave values for 1070 ?
I can't seem to make it use less than 150W and the fans must spin 80% constant to keep temps below 70C.
Thank you.
MSI Armor 1070 8G Non OC version.


How about you go and read the previous pages, several peoples posted their settings... alot of them....


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: painmaker on December 29, 2016, 05:16:35 PM
[SNIP]
[SNIP]
EDIT: i have no clue how to choose ZEC-difficulty but know that typical video-card-ranges are somewhere around 64-256. can anybody give me a hint how to choose a good difficulty? i think i remember having come across some guide or article regarding this but simply cannot remember where this was and search-engines are of not much help either...

Usually pools adjust difficulty against your hashing power. Some pools allow you to choose it like flypool. A little guideline taken from zcash page on dwarfpool

128 for one videocard
512  for rigs with 2-4 cards
1024 for rigs with >=5 cards

cheers :)
right, thats what i roughly had in mind, thanks for confirming!  :)
sec.suprnova.cc also allows choosing your own diff btw.

i also remember that it was recommended to ideally have each node send 4-10 shares per minute to the server in order to reduce load on the backend which in turn should benefit the whole pool. 

now what i wanted to better understand is what happens in cases where my nodes often get new work assigned without having sent any shares since the last work-package was assigned. are the computations done in this timeframe lost (to my disadvantage) and would thereby sending rather 10-20 (accepted)shares per minute lead to a higher accepted number of shares?
according to my (unproven) theory, i would loose less work if shares are sent more frequently. of course this has not to be the case every 3 seconds or so but i've observed quite a few cases where new workloads were sent only 10-20 seconds apart from another...

thanks for enlightening me  :D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: anorganix on December 29, 2016, 05:17:02 PM
Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!

Power limit at 85% / core +180 / memory +540.
Almost the same with 0.0.8 (+/- 2%).

what about 55% power limit?

I get 225-230 sol/s @ 65W (55% power limit). Core +185 / memory +240.
That's that, can't compare 1060 with 1070/80. :-X


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 29, 2016, 05:23:01 PM
Can someone share specific powersave values for 1070 ?
I can't seem to make it use less than 150W and the fans must spin 80% constant to keep temps below 70C.
Thank you.
MSI Armor 1070 8G Non OC version.


How about you go and read the previous pages, several peoples posted their settings... alot of them....
Thank you for your help! Your post actually made me search all posts and find all posts related to linux specific values...
I got 375S/s with +150 CC, +700 MEM , PL 110W

Quote
#!/bin/bash
sudo X :0 &
export DISPLAY=:0
CLOCK=150
MEM=700
PL=110
FANSPEED=70
CMD='/usr/bin/nvidia-settings'

for i in {0..5} # for 6 cards
  do
sudo nvidia-smi -i ${i} -pm 0
sudo nvidia-smi -i ${i} -pl {$PL}
sudo ${CMD} -a [gpu:${i}]/GPUPowerMizerMode=1
sudo ${CMD} -a [gpu:${i}]/GPUFanControlState=1
sudo ${CMD} -a [fan:${i}]/GPUTargetFanSpeed=${FANSPEED}

  for x in {3..3}
      do
      sudo  ${CMD} -a [gpu:${i}]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[${x}]=${CLOCK}
      sudo  ${CMD} -a [gpu:${i}]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[${x}]=${MEM}
    done
done
Someone could find it useful as it was for me

And the fan control script
Quote
#!/bin/bash
# Paths to the utilities we will need
export DISPLAY=:0
SMI='/usr/bin/nvidia-smi'
SET='/usr/bin/nvidia-settings'

# Determine major driver version
VER=`awk '/NVIDIA/ {print $8}' /proc/driver/nvidia/version | cut -d . -f 1`

# Drivers from 285.x.y on allow persistence mode setting
if [ ${VER} -lt 285 ]
then
    echo "Error: Current driver version is ${VER}. Driver version must be greater than 285."; exit 1;
fi

# Read a numerical command line arg between 40 and 100
if [ "$1" -eq "$1" ] 2>/dev/null && [ "0$1" -ge "40" ]  && [ "0$1" -le "100" ]
then
    speed=$1   # set speed

    echo "Setting fan to $speed%."

    # how many GPU's are in the system?
    NUMGPU="$(nvidia-smi -L | wc -l)"

    # loop through each GPU and individually set fan speed
    n=0
    while [  $n -lt  $NUMGPU ];
    do
        # start an x session, and call nvidia-settings to enable fan control and set speed
        ${SET} -a [fan:${n}]/GPUTargetFanSpeed=$speed
        let n=n+1
    done

    echo "Complete"; exit 0;

elif [ "x$1" = "xstop" ]
then
    echo "Enabling default auto fan control."

    # how many GPU's are in the system?
    NUMGPU="$(nvidia-smi -L | wc -l)"

    # loop through each GPU and individually set fan speed
    n=0
    while [  $n -lt  $NUMGPU ];
    do
        # start an x session, and call nvidia-settings to enable fan control and set speed
        ${SET} -a [gpu:${n}]/GPUFanControlState=0
        let n=n+1
    done

    echo "Complete"; exit 0;

else
    echo "Error: Please pick a fan speed between 40 and 100, or stop."; exit 1;
fi

Aaaand the startup script....
Quote
#!/bin/bash
GPU='0 1 2 3 4 5'
STRATUM_SERVER="eu1-zcash.flypool.org"
STRATUM_PORT="3333"
POOL_WORKER="Your_Wallet"
POOL_PASS="x"
# Comment next lines if you experience any issues
echo 'Doing some stuff...maybe not related to NVIDIA...'
export GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE=100
export GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1
export GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
export GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
sleep 1
echo 'Starting EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner, use "screen -r cuda_miner" to resume...'
killall -TERM miner >/dev/null 2>&1
sleep 2
/usr/bin/screen -dmS cuda_miner ./miner --server ${STRATUM_SERVER} --port ${STRATUM_PORT} --user ${POOL_WORKER} --pass ${POOL_PASS} --cuda_devices ${GPU}
exit 0


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 29, 2016, 05:39:10 PM
Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!

Power limit at 85% / core +180 / memory +540.
Almost the same with 0.0.8 (+/- 2%).

what about 55% power limit?

I get 225-230 sol/s @ 65W (55% power limit). Core +185 / memory +240.
That's that, can't compare 1060 with 1070/80. :-X

yeah the 1070 is 50% faster and only 30% more consumption


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ZenFr on December 29, 2016, 05:49:24 PM

https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer-cryptonight/releases

There you go, friend :)
Thnaks a lot.
I compiled it (I am with Linux and no release for Linux) and try it : unfornately, it is a lot slower han my curently miner (TSIV) for my 750s :-(.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 05:57:39 PM

https://github.com/KlausT/ccminer-cryptonight/releases

There you go, friend :)
Thnaks a lot.
I compiled it (I am with Linux and no release for Linux) and try it : unfornately, it is a lot slower han my curently miner (TSIV) for my 750s :-(.

Ah yes, it's aimed for pascal cards & cuda 8, gonna be slower on older cards.

[SNIP]
[SNIP]
EDIT: i have no clue how to choose ZEC-difficulty but know that typical video-card-ranges are somewhere around 64-256. can anybody give me a hint how to choose a good difficulty? i think i remember having come across some guide or article regarding this but simply cannot remember where this was and search-engines are of not much help either...

Usually pools adjust difficulty against your hashing power. Some pools allow you to choose it like flypool. A little guideline taken from zcash page on dwarfpool

128 for one videocard
512  for rigs with 2-4 cards
1024 for rigs with >=5 cards

cheers :)
right, thats what i roughly had in mind, thanks for confirming!  :)
sec.suprnova.cc also allows choosing your own diff btw.

i also remember that it was recommended to ideally have each node send 4-10 shares per minute to the server in order to reduce load on the backend which in turn should benefit the whole pool.  

now what i wanted to better understand is what happens in cases where my nodes often get new work assigned without having sent any shares since the last work-package was assigned. are the computations done in this timeframe lost (to my disadvantage) and would thereby sending rather 10-20 (accepted)shares per minute lead to a higher accepted number of shares?
according to my (unproven) theory, i would loose less work if shares are sent more frequently. of course this has not to be the case every 3 seconds or so but i've observed quite a few cases where new workloads were sent only 10-20 seconds apart from another...

thanks for enlightening me  :D

Yup that's exactly what i understood too, by lowering difficulty you'll send shares more often with same hashing powet, lowering the chance to get a stale share if your diff is too high for current hashing power. It would smooth out your effective hashrate.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 29, 2016, 06:00:52 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

EWBF when you planning add coinotron?

For my personnal knowledge what is the issue with coinotron pool, that would need special support ?

I wouldn't be asking here if I thought it worked well. Cryptonote hasn't really been improved for some time now. Just compiling for CUDA8 doesn't really make much of a difference.

Claymore has always been AMD biased. From what I read in his thread with Ethereum he was paid to not support Nvidia for about six months before it expired and he added Nvidia support. He's a very capable program, he usually bases decisions like this off of business.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 06:02:18 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

EWBF when you planning add coinotron?

For my personnal knowledge what is the issue with coinotron pool, that would need special support ?

I wouldn't be asking here if I thought it worked well. Cryptonote hasn't really been improved for some time now. Just compiling for CUDA8 doesn't really make much of a difference.

Claymore has always been AMD biased. From what I read in his thread with Ethereum he was paid to not support Nvidia for about six months before it expired and he added Nvidia support. He's a very capable program, he usually bases decisions like this off of business.

Oh i see, that would explain things indeed. Thx for sharing this. I guess also since miners are 95% AMD based, it make sense to focus efforts toward AMD, but i would love it see this change ;)

Well for me the KlausT version did improve things alot, i tried tsiv original version it hashed about 2k/h where the cuda 8 compilied version did 4.2k/s but as you say there is obviously alot more optimisation that could be done, let's hope to see more of that :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on December 29, 2016, 06:44:14 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

what setting give you 700 hash for a single 1070? the best one i found is 12x60 intensity but give me only 600 at best


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 29, 2016, 07:41:15 PM
Is there a possibility to lower intensity so I can work on the PC while mining? :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: t2yax on December 29, 2016, 07:58:10 PM
it doesn't work for cuda 2.1 cards,giving 0 sols,card is geforce 710m


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 08:02:29 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

what setting give you 700 hash for a single 1070? the best one i found is 12x60 intensity but give me only 600 at best

Same OC as usual 50% tdp +135/600 20% vCore, i think i used something like 16x75 and played a bit with others options to make it go a bit faster. Tried quite a while ago, don't remember the exact settings. By default with no special switch it was giving me something around 4kh, played a bit to grab 150/200 more.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 29, 2016, 08:19:49 PM
it doesn't work for cuda 2.1 cards,giving 0 sols,card is geforce 710m


With old cards try the version 0.0.6b. and 0.0.5b


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 29, 2016, 08:30:39 PM
Extremely strange card behaviour...
https://s28.postimg.org/kr5jml061/default_error77.png (https://postimg.org/image/kr5jml061/)
This is default settings without being touched.OC is impossible for GPU core.
https://s28.postimg.org/9sua4ebkp/working_300_200.png (https://postimg.org/image/9sua4ebkp/)
Lowering the core below -250 seems to do the trick.
Memory +200 without errors. If I go above +200 strange noise appears.

Any suggestions/ideas much appreciated!

EDIT: This is supposed to be MSI Armor GTX 1070 8GB but is recognized as Armor OC version by SN also.
Found latest bios on MSI site(supposed to fix Micron memory crashing) and upgraded it, but the error still remains...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 29, 2016, 08:37:24 PM
EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop :), i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

what setting give you 700 hash for a single 1070? the best one i found is 12x60 intensity but give me only 600 at best

Same OC as usual 50% tdp +135/600 20% vCore, i think i used something like 16x75 and played a bit with others options to make it go a bit faster. Tried quite a while ago, don't remember the exact settings. By default with no special switch it was giving me something around 4kh, played a bit to grab 150/200 more.

XMR is very similar to ETH, try mining with ETH settings and ccminer-KlausT -> 720 with 55% TDP +150,+700


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xPwnK on December 29, 2016, 08:51:33 PM
970 gets a bit less hashrate with 0.0.8 than 0.0.7. Does anyone else have this problem with maxwell cards?
260 sol/s with 0.0.7 and 250 sol/s with 0.0.8
ewbf why am i getting less hashrate using 0.0.8?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 29, 2016, 08:59:17 PM
970 gets a bit less hashrate with 0.0.8 than 0.0.7. Does anyone else have this problem with maxwell cards?
260 sol/s with 0.0.7 and 250 sol/s with 0.0.8
ewbf why am i getting less hashrate using 0.0.8?


Solver more optimized for pascal cards. In next release i add another solvers that will be faster on other cards.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 09:02:40 PM
Extremely strange card behaviour...
https://s28.postimg.org/kr5jml061/default_error77.png (https://postimg.org/image/kr5jml061/)
This is default settings without being touched.OC is impossible for GPU core.
https://s28.postimg.org/9sua4ebkp/working_300_200.png (https://postimg.org/image/9sua4ebkp/)
Lowering the core below -250 seems to do the trick.
Memory +200 without errors. If I go above +200 strange noise appears.

Any suggestions/ideas much appreciated!

EDIT: This is supposed to be MSI Armor GTX 1070 8GB but is recognized as Armor OC version by SN also.
Found latest bios on MSI site(supposed to fix Micron memory crashing) and upgraded it, but the error still remains...

I had quite a bit of instability with 375.x try upgrading to 376.x drivers. Also from what i read around msi cards arent very reputable in OC stability. But try it at least :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: laik2 on December 29, 2016, 09:17:18 PM
Extremely strange card behaviour...
https://s28.postimg.org/kr5jml061/default_error77.png (https://postimg.org/image/kr5jml061/)
This is default settings without being touched.OC is impossible for GPU core.
https://s28.postimg.org/9sua4ebkp/working_300_200.png (https://postimg.org/image/9sua4ebkp/)
Lowering the core below -250 seems to do the trick.
Memory +200 without errors. If I go above +200 strange noise appears.

Any suggestions/ideas much appreciated!

EDIT: This is supposed to be MSI Armor GTX 1070 8GB but is recognized as Armor OC version by SN also.
Found latest bios on MSI site(supposed to fix Micron memory crashing) and upgraded it, but the error still remains...

I had quite a bit of instability with 375.x try upgrading to 376.x drivers. Also from what i read around msi cards arent very reputable in OC stability. But try it at least :)
As I said overclocking is impossible because even with default clocks miner crashes, I actually have to underclock by -200+ to get it working but unstable, -280 gives stable enough results.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 29, 2016, 09:27:15 PM
Extremely strange card behaviour...
https://s28.postimg.org/kr5jml061/default_error77.png (https://postimg.org/image/kr5jml061/)
This is default settings without being touched.OC is impossible for GPU core.
https://s28.postimg.org/9sua4ebkp/working_300_200.png (https://postimg.org/image/9sua4ebkp/)
Lowering the core below -250 seems to do the trick.
Memory +200 without errors. If I go above +200 strange noise appears.

Any suggestions/ideas much appreciated!

EDIT: This is supposed to be MSI Armor GTX 1070 8GB but is recognized as Armor OC version by SN also.
Found latest bios on MSI site(supposed to fix Micron memory crashing) and upgraded it, but the error still remains...

I had quite a bit of instability with 375.x try upgrading to 376.x drivers. Also from what i read around msi cards arent very reputable in OC stability. But try it at least :)
As I said overclocking is impossible because even with default clocks miner crashes, I actually have to underclock by -200+ to get it working but unstable, -280 gives stable enough results.

Well upgrade drivers then and we'll see :), we're all running latest version very stable on a good amount of rigs, there is something wrong on your end for sure, keep up trying, good luck ;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: micairvas on December 29, 2016, 09:32:38 PM
Hi guys, what is best setup for Gigabyte G1 Gaming gtx 1060 3gb, Samsung memory? Currently I getting about 260 with +160 (core), +550 (mem), powerlimit 68. Last NV drivers 376.48.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Kompik on December 29, 2016, 09:44:04 PM
Hi guys, what is best setup for Gigabyte G1 Gaming gtx 1060 3gb, Samsung memory? Currently I getting about 260 with +160 (core), +550 (mem), powerlimit 68. Last NV drivers 376.48.
Best setup depends on your cost of electricity. Overall your settings look fine, usually the most efficient is to have Powerlimit even a little bit lower.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: micairvas on December 29, 2016, 10:06:07 PM
Hi guys, what is best setup for Gigabyte G1 Gaming gtx 1060 3gb, Samsung memory? Currently I getting about 260 with +160 (core), +550 (mem), powerlimit 68. Last NV drivers 376.48.
Best setup depends on your cost of electricity. Overall your settings look fine, usually the most efficient is to have Powerlimit even a little bit lower.

Hmm Electricity is not so important here, those cards generally has very low electricity consumption, it depends. On factory settings I getting 240 sol, with overclock I getting only 20 sol more, so maybe's not worth. After OC temperatures are 67-69C, on stock, my temperatures are 55c, there is also room to decrease powerlimit.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 30, 2016, 03:29:16 AM
970 gets a bit less hashrate with 0.0.8 than 0.0.7. Does anyone else have this problem with maxwell cards?
260 sol/s with 0.0.7 and 250 sol/s with 0.0.8
ewbf why am i getting less hashrate using 0.0.8?


Solver more optimized for pascal cards. In next release i add another solvers that will be faster on other cards.

Should take a look at Maxwell for 970s.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 30, 2016, 09:47:06 AM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.



You damn nice hash bastard pissed you off !!
You since the biggest scammers,

(I always wanted to say that)


as always EWBF
continue so, good work !!!  ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: disman on December 30, 2016, 10:03:09 AM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


If someone steals the code Claymore, Claymore makes the next miner even faster and better protect the code.

Why do not you do the same?

Your profit is 20% lower than in the other pools. Make profits higher, and no one will interest you to break.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 30, 2016, 10:05:29 AM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


If someone steals the code Claymore, Claymore makes the next miner even faster and better protect the code.

Why do not you do the same?

Your profit is 20% lower than in the other pools. Make profits higher, and no one will interest you to break.


Just the way it is, they hide 20% fees and rant their customers
Pay only in btc and lock your miner only for your pool


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 30, 2016, 10:09:14 AM
NiceHash is not a pool.
It is a marketplace where you can buy or sell hashing power.

It is like asking eBay to pay you more for your stuff. You can't, right? Because eBay is a marketplace - just like NiceHash.

Go Home scammer ! you are not welcome !


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 30, 2016, 10:17:22 AM
Go Home scammer ! you are not welcome !

You must be EWBF's wife or you logged in with the wrong user account.  ::)


Went very fast and already falls the mask;)
I think your parents are siblings and you want to prove the opposite to us;)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 30, 2016, 10:18:33 AM
NiceHash is not a pool.
It is a marketplace where you can buy or sell hashing power.

It is like asking eBay to pay you more for your stuff. You can't, right? Because eBay is a marketplace - just like NiceHash.
You get paid as much as others think your hashing power is worth at the given time.

If you clicked your heels together you could become a multipool that mines coins direct and allows people to purchase hash for more then can be earned simply by mining coins through the multipool... >>


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 30, 2016, 10:29:51 AM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.

[/quote


Robin Hood:

No, he is not, he is the best! It takes Nicehash and gives it to us.
Robin Hood says it all!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lokko on December 30, 2016, 10:41:20 AM
Everyone will be able to see our EQM's source code soon and compare it to his PTX. There will be plenty of proofs.
So, expect EQM to be free to use, with no pool lock and no fee!



We will see, as long as you do not change your politics, we will continue as it is


Nice regards

AntiNicehash !


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: fmz89 on December 30, 2016, 11:25:58 AM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


hmm big bucks  ;D ;D ;D ;D
both of you need to realese the source and compare it  :D :D :D :D :D :D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jonesskill on December 30, 2016, 01:04:02 PM
Its not Nicehash miner.

Nicehash miner don't archieve 320 sol/s with a GTX 1080, with this miner and a little overclock i get 450 Sol/s



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ol92 on December 30, 2016, 01:13:05 PM
Its not Nicehash miner.

Nicehash miner don't archieve 320 sol/s with a GTX 1080, with this miner and a little overclock i get 450 Sol/s


with nicehash eqm 1.04, I have around 490 sol/s with a GTX 1080: you may talk about an earlier version or the generic nicehash package.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thevictimofuktyranny on December 30, 2016, 02:40:56 PM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


hmm big bucks  ;D ;D ;D ;D
both of you need to realese the source and compare it  :D :D :D :D :D :D

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Nope, the Nicehash EQM 1.04b does not work on Linux.

This EWBF's miner does work on Linux.

Clearly, different miners.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: go6ooo1212 on December 30, 2016, 02:45:26 PM
We'll see when NH opens the source


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: marvykkio on December 30, 2016, 03:03:02 PM
NicheHash :  put your free miner to be used in any pool, and you will see that everyone will be using your miner and leave to EBWF


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thevictimofuktyranny on December 30, 2016, 03:11:36 PM
NicheHash :  put your free miner to be used in any pool, and you will see that everyone will be using your miner and leave to EBWF

Nicehash EQM v1.0.4a miner does not work on Linux, as I keep saying.

How are you going to use something that does not work on Linux, on Linux?

Secondly, I'd rather pay a fee to EWBF's for future development, rather than a miner that is being openly abandoned by EQM.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: marvykkio on December 30, 2016, 03:19:20 PM
NicheHash :  put your free miner to be used in any pool, and you will see that everyone will be using your miner and leave to EBWF

Nicehash EQM v1.0.4a miner does not work on Linux, as I keep saying.

How are you going to use something that does not work on Linux, on Linux?

Secondly, I'd rather pay a fee to EWBF's for future development, rather than a miner that is being openly abandoned by EQM.


I do not use linux, I have windows 10,
then for the miner's fine with me pagara the fee to EBWF, I have no problem, I just said that if the miner is faster to make it free to use it where you want, and not just keep it locked for nichehash,


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: EWBF_ on December 30, 2016, 03:35:02 PM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


Wow!
Nice to meet you!
The modest results of profiling ...
We are both use tromp solver https://github.com/tromp/equihash (https://github.com/tromp/equihash)
Your kernels:
https://s29.postimg.org/nt8jnc29z/image.jpg

My kernels:
https://s29.postimg.org/b3x4es2h3/image.jpg

First digit kernel launch parameters:
Yours
https://s30.postimg.org/8ieeejkkx/image.jpg
My
https://s29.postimg.org/xyn1x8qmf/image.jpg

Complete ptx assembly for kernel digit2
Yours:
https://s29.postimg.org/z2g1fi2qf/their.jpg
My:
https://s27.postimg.org/u051n9dmr/image.jpg

Ps: of course if you release you miner open source, i will lost a lot of my users. But whole community must be grateful to me because my actions lead to this decision :) Happy new year!









Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thevictimofuktyranny on December 30, 2016, 03:49:25 PM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


Wow!
Nice to meet you!
The modest results of profiling ...
We are both use tromp solver https://github.com/tromp/equihash (https://github.com/tromp/equihash)
Your kernels:
https://s29.postimg.org/nt8jnc29z/image.jpg

My kernels:
https://s29.postimg.org/b3x4es2h3/image.jpg

First digit kernel launch parameters:
Yours
https://s30.postimg.org/8ieeejkkx/image.jpg
My
https://s29.postimg.org/xyn1x8qmf/image.jpg

Complete ptx assembly for kernel digit2
Yours:
https://s29.postimg.org/z2g1fi2qf/their.jpg
My:
https://s27.postimg.org/u051n9dmr/image.jpg

Ps: of course if you release you miner open source, i will lost a lot of my users. But whole community must be grateful to me because my actions lead to this decision :) Happy new year!


Looks comprehensively different on these stats.

What is going to happen with this open sourcing, is future development work is going to end , because coders aren't making a personal profit from their releases and better mining software will go underground for private sales again, which is going to same crap that everyone had to put up with from the bad old days.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Icon on December 30, 2016, 03:53:49 PM
[WARNING]

EWBF is fake. He is using our EQM to make 2% fee on it.
He is always one step behind as you may noticed.

It is sad, because we have paid big bucks for the EQM's source, just to protect our miners from the dev fee. And here we go again, a dev fee. He is not a Robin Hood, he is practically leasing our miner for a 2% dev fee! Is this something you support? I would understand he would stole it and release the source, but no. He is egoistic like that.

Actions like this are delaying our miner development and its quality.

STOP using his software or ask him to release HIS source first.


Or you could Nicehash, actually release your source and make it public to mine on ANY pool not just yours, i am sure you are making enough on the fees your charging and waiting a month to pay your miners to cover whatever you paid for the original miner code.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Icon on December 30, 2016, 04:01:32 PM
We will release the source, you don't have to worry about that.

Ya i kinda jumped the gun on that one :) Good

Icon


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thefix on December 30, 2016, 04:03:03 PM
thevictimofuktyranny
Of course EQM for Linux is coming.
I don't have ETA, because holidays.




I would have continued to use the NiceHash miner since it was always a step ahead of other miners and that equalized the returns from NiceHash.


I use Linux so unfortunately many of us had no other choice but to move to options that support us(Linux).


Loyalty works both ways


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: malefactor on December 30, 2016, 05:09:19 PM
Trying linux version, 0.0.6b and 0.0.8b with 750ti.  I also see "ERROR: Cannot run workers."

Is there any solution for this?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: malefactor on December 30, 2016, 05:16:45 PM
Trying linux version, 0.0.6b and 0.0.8b with 750ti.  I also see "ERROR: Cannot run workers."

Is there any solution for this?

gtx970 --> same result
0.0.5b --> same result

Any debug flags available to help figure out what's going on?  Else it's just a guessing game.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thevictimofuktyranny on December 30, 2016, 05:31:31 PM
Trying linux version, 0.0.6b and 0.0.8b with 750ti.  I also see "ERROR: Cannot run workers."

Is there any solution for this?

gtx970 --> same result
0.0.5b --> same result

Any debug flags available to help figure out what's going on?  Else it's just a guessing game.

Here is a guide on setting up Nvidia GPU's on Ubuntu!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1712831.msg17162018#msg17162018


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 30, 2016, 06:11:14 PM
Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: anorganix on December 30, 2016, 06:39:23 PM
Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
- snip -

No comment for the rest of the discussion, but strictly from a developer's point of view I give 10+ to EWBF no matter if he coded/improved or only analyzed/disassembled EQM code.
That only proves he's a competent developer and his 2% is well deserved IMHO.

Cheers mates!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: SatoNatomato on December 30, 2016, 06:42:05 PM
Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.
Indeed, now they are moving into "he stole our idea". Oh ok, where is your intellectual property rights, patents and other protections? Can be open source and still have those (un)rights - see MPEG Layer 3.

nicehash miner doesnt work on linux, it gives me 299Sol/s on stock ASUS Strix 1070, this miner gives me 360Sol/s.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 30, 2016, 06:58:20 PM
Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.
Indeed, now they are moving into "he stole our idea". Oh ok, where is your intellectual property rights, patents and other protections? Can be open source and still have those (un)rights - see MPEG Layer 3.

nicehash miner doesnt work on linux, it gives me 299Sol/s on stock ASUS Strix 1070, this miner gives me 360Sol/s.

Claymore did the same thing and got crucified for this. EWBF shouldn't be let off the hook because Nicehash is a legitimate business.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 30, 2016, 07:04:14 PM
Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.
Indeed, now they are moving into "he stole our idea". Oh ok, where is your intellectual property rights, patents and other protections? Can be open source and still have those (un)rights - see MPEG Layer 3.

nicehash miner doesnt work on linux, it gives me 299Sol/s on stock ASUS Strix 1070, this miner gives me 360Sol/s.

Claymore did the same thing and got crucified for this. EWBF shouldn't be let off the hook because Nicehash is a legitimate business.

I agree, but how can it be proved that he supposedly analysed how their miner worked ? from the look of things his solvers seems to be rather different than NH's ones, and for now overall he seemed to have done a better job too, didn't he just analyzed the algo and made his own solvers being inspired too by what ressources were available around as open source ? (tromps and such). Dunno what to think about all this, but the accusations seems a bit too feeble to me. It would be the same if a car maker would accuse any others to make cars... the base principles are all the sames, but the making isn't... can you really crucify someone with this much information ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 30, 2016, 07:36:38 PM
NiceHash are pissed off hahaha ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tkredmond on December 30, 2016, 07:43:29 PM
i tried it with 750ti on flypool. Got 140 sol/s but after 6 hours flypool showed the hashrate but zero valid shares. Am not sure why. Anybody else got the same issue?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: suggsy89 on December 30, 2016, 07:48:05 PM
i tried it with 750ti on flypool. Got 140 sol/s but after 6 hours flypool showed the hashrate but zero valid shares. Am not sure why. Anybody else got the same issue?

750ti is 75 sol/s with this miner, you're doing something wrong.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 30, 2016, 08:52:17 PM
Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.
Indeed, now they are moving into "he stole our idea". Oh ok, where is your intellectual property rights, patents and other protections? Can be open source and still have those (un)rights - see MPEG Layer 3.

nicehash miner doesnt work on linux, it gives me 299Sol/s on stock ASUS Strix 1070, this miner gives me 360Sol/s.

Claymore did the same thing and got crucified for this. EWBF shouldn't be let off the hook because Nicehash is a legitimate business.

There is no proof yet man ..there is just blaming that he coded something and able to use the tools he should be able to use as developer.
It would be like blaming humans for breathing while alive.

omg


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lucasan123 on December 30, 2016, 09:29:10 PM
Ewbf two hours mining = 50 cent
nicehash 4 hours mining = 50 cent

Yeah! ewbf keep on developing this miner so you can show you are right

elsewhere you are the robin hood! ;D ;D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: vv181 on December 30, 2016, 10:55:04 PM
gtx 750 1gb OC'ed

0.06b = 66-72 sol
0.08b = 58-62 sol  ???

hope u can improve old cards on next version


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Viperho on December 31, 2016, 01:42:38 AM
yes, .06b still best for my ancient fermi cards.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: tkredmond on December 31, 2016, 01:48:54 AM
i tried it with 750ti on flypool. Got 140 sol/s but after 6 hours flypool showed the hashrate but zero valid shares. Am not sure why. Anybody else got the same issue?

750ti is 75 sol/s with this miner, you're doing something wrong.

My bad. It is GTX 1050 Ti.
But i still have the same issue. See pic below.
It shows shares, it shows hashrate on flypool, but 0% valid shares, no matter how long i let it run

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Ls6HPnpMrUS3VnelhtNUhoTkk/view



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: BeneQ on December 31, 2016, 05:50:51 AM
GTX 1080 EVGA Hybrid FTW   465 sol/s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: alucard20724 on December 31, 2016, 07:34:57 AM
gtx 750 1gb OC'ed

0.06b = 66-72 sol
0.08b = 58-62 sol  ???

hope u can improve old cards on next version

I wonder what the oldest card someone has tried?   i'm replacing a couple of old watercooled GTX 480 with watercooled GTX 1070


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Server2850Guy on December 31, 2016, 08:01:24 AM
I could see, if I can set up a machine, with a GT520  :P  :D :D


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 31, 2016, 08:04:07 AM
If you want a proof, ask EWBF for kernels from his earlier releases of his miner (before he started to copy). Because current are really too similar to ours.
The difference of two will be visible at first glance which will also serve as your proof on how he copied the idea behind the algorithm.

Also, I'm removing myself from this thread.
Have a nice day and bye.

You are accusing so you have to give proof of what you claim. What you do would in real world justify a lawsuit that you would not win.
with your actions and behaviour you show bad characteristics big fuss for hot air bla bla. You accuse so you have to proof not less not more. Big noise for nothing now we want proof of arguments you resign from discussion clearly indicates you have nothing. you should at least excuse for your insult.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: TR8888 on December 31, 2016, 08:36:25 AM
http://img-aws.ehowcdn.com/600x600p/photos.demandstudios.com/getty/article/17/106/dv413046.jpg


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 31, 2016, 09:07:19 AM
As I already said, proof will be visible to public upon the source release.
But for now, comparing the two kernels should be enough to prove that he copied us. As he even admitted that we will release the source because of his actions. Which leads to accepting the fact that he knows what he did and what will this result into.

Please, don't drag me back here before you manage to compare the two kernels, as I won't reply (and bump this thread) to trolls and provocations no more.
Without any further development, all discussions beyond this point are meaningless to me (and to you).

Thank you and good bye.


Ragequit ? Come on... guys... just release your proof to end this debate, it's getting ridiculous....


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 31, 2016, 09:38:53 AM
Basically he just produce hot air when EWBF pick up and delivered he accused ... like a child.
These babies run a business? would be ashamed and fire him. Reputation is gone..nicehash a kindergarten not able to argue.
even my daughter was able to argue better with 6y.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 31, 2016, 09:40:31 AM
Basically he just produce hot air when EWBF pick up and delivered he accused ... like a child.
These babies run a business? would be ashamed and fire him. Reputation is gone..nicehash a kindergarten not able to argue.
even my daughter was able to argue better with 6y.

Agreed :/ so far proof only showed by EWBF that his miner is really a different beast... why the delay in showing proof if you got them....
for now he could only be accused to have cloned how their miner "works" and there isn't even proof of that anyway....

But i guess that's how our current society is and think, "you can't be doing as good as me, you have obviously stolen my work, im the only one with a brain here and allowed to do this and that", there is still original thinkers out there... hard to find yes... but they're here. For now i'll give EWBF the benefit of the doubt, because so far im not convinced...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 31, 2016, 09:53:24 AM
You guys are a bunch of dumb asses. They already mentioned that they're on holiday right now. If I had to speculate I would say something about New Years. Most people have that off in the US that and weekends. If you have a good job you have a couple days before and after, sometimes the entire week between Christmas and New Years.

If they don't release their source in like a week or so that'll be different. Coming in here is like listening to a bunch of ignorant, uninformed, old ladies gossiping back and forth with each other.

You call people children and you then proceed to act exactly like that, spoiled at that. If this proves true I really don't think you guys understand what you're doing by shit talking people who literally have fed you +400% hashrate on Nvidia hardware. 90sols on Silentarmy v5 to 360sols stock on EQM .4 (390 on .5 if, when they release that). Even if it's not entirely true, the competition between EWBF and EQM has driven hashrates up quite a bit.

Nvidia doesn't have a Claymore. We don't have a long term development team, often times it's hobbyists like SilentArmy. Discouraging people from working in this field and specifically on this hardware is a really, really bad idea. This is disgusting.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 31, 2016, 10:14:40 AM
You guys are a bunch of dumb asses. They already mentioned that they're on holiday right now. If I had to speculate I would say something about New Years. Most people have that off in the US that and weekends. If you have a good job you have a couple days before and after, sometimes the entire week between Christmas and New Years.

If they don't release their source in like a week or so that'll be different. Coming in here is like listening to a bunch of ignorant, uninformed, old ladies gossiping back and forth with each other.

You call people children and you then proceed to act exactly like that, spoiled at that. If this proves true I really don't think you guys understand what you're doing by shit talking people who literally have fed you +400% hashrate on Nvidia hardware. 90sols on Silentarmy v5 to 360sols stock on EQM .4 (390 on .5 if, when they release that). Even if it's not entirely true, the competition between EWBF and EQM has driven hashrates up quite a bit.

Nvidia doesn't have a Claymore. We don't have a long term development team, often times it's hobbyists like SilentArmy. Discouraging people from working in this field and specifically on this hardware is a really, really bad idea. This is disgusting.

I don't disrespect NH, far from it, i think they're great and did alot for mining in general. If i read my posts, i wasn't insulting in any way. Just trying to understand here, and give opinions.

What i don't like is how they managed this situation, if they were in holidays, why dropping a bomb like this right now ? Why not wait the new year when everyone is back from holidays, and @ full force , and ready to make their cases ? Leaving us in the dark does only one thing, make this situation fester in a bad way, and making us see only "big company wanting to take down the little guy for doing a good job", if they're right i'll be 1000% behind them. But for now i'll leave the benefit of the doubt to EWBF because there is nothing concrete on their part.

And if you're objective bensam, you'll see we're not making free rants, it's based on valid points. (well at least that's how i see myself doing things). I saw too many of those situations to not be wary.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 31, 2016, 10:27:41 AM
I strongly doubt claymore would steal from eqm :)

Optimizations nowadays are not as easy as at the beginning so, yes, they're probably similar


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 31, 2016, 11:16:43 AM
You guys are a bunch of dumb asses. They already mentioned that they're on holiday right now. If I had to speculate I would say something about New Years. Most people have that off in the US that and weekends. If you have a good job you have a couple days before and after, sometimes the entire week between Christmas and New Years.

If they don't release their source in like a week or so that'll be different. Coming in here is like listening to a bunch of ignorant, uninformed, old ladies gossiping back and forth with each other.

You call people children and you then proceed to act exactly like that, spoiled at that. If this proves true I really don't think you guys understand what you're doing by shit talking people who literally have fed you +400% hashrate on Nvidia hardware. 90sols on Silentarmy v5 to 360sols stock on EQM .4 (390 on .5 if, when they release that). Even if it's not entirely true, the competition between EWBF and EQM has driven hashrates up quite a bit.

Nvidia doesn't have a Claymore. We don't have a long term development team, often times it's hobbyists like SilentArmy. Discouraging people from working in this field and specifically on this hardware is a really, really bad idea. This is disgusting.

I don't disrespect NH, far from it, i think they're great and did alot for mining in general. If i read my posts, i wasn't insulting in any way. Just trying to understand here, and give opinions.

What i don't like is how they managed this situation, if they were in holidays, why dropping a bomb like this right now ? Why not wait the new year when everyone is back from holidays, and @ full force , and ready to make their cases ? Leaving us in the dark does only one thing, make this situation fester in a bad way, and making us see only "big company wanting to take down the little guy for doing a good job", if they're right i'll be 1000% behind them. But for now i'll leave the benefit of the doubt to EWBF because there is nothing concrete on their part.

And if you're objective bensam, you'll see we're not making free rants, it's based on valid points. (well at least that's how i see myself doing things). I saw too many of those situations to not be wary.

I don't know, maybe there is something about being home for the holidays and finding out someone shit all over your hard work that leaves you rather disgruntled.

And no, believe it or not, companies have multiple people working at them. For instance the guy managing the PR account isn't the same guy that codes the miner, isn't the same guy that approves the miner, isn't the same guy that might make well informed posts indicating the differences and nuances between coders. Why do you think they use multiple names?

On top of that, you don't need to make a 3 hour post when they're sitting at home with their family or right when they're about ready to leave from work. Just because you're a invalid that literally lives inside this thread does not mean that's the rest of the way the world works. They really have no motivation to either A. Release their source code right now or B. Make you feel warm and fuzzy.

The only reason I said anything at all is because as I said you're like a bunch of wooping grandmas talking about the latest gossip all the while acting like dicks while doing it. IF they don't release anything in like a weeks time after everyone is back (after next week) then there might be some cause for concern. Some of you really go way off in left field all that while shitting on people that as I've said raised the bar 400%.

And, no, there is nothing here about the 'big guy vs the little guy'. If you wanted to argue that, argue against Claymore. We're all Nvidia miners. I would be fucking pissed if I paid a lot of money for something and found out there was a fucker that was just copy pasting what I wrote and it goes beyond that. If you have remotely good coders they basically re-write others code. As I've mentioned they do it all the time, so 'stealing the idea' IS a thing when it comes to coding. Just because the variables, the names, and the headers aren't all the same does NOT mean it's not the same code. That's the whole reason you make a miner private in the first place, because all another coder needs to see is how someone else did something and go 'oh, yeah that's how you do it'. It's all troubleshooting and coming up with the idea in the first place.

No, you're definitely wooping like ninies in here, you even think this is a 'big guy vs little guy' thing. Look at the post ioglnx made and you agreed with.


I definitely hope this doesn't keep Nicehash from investing in coding opportunities like this in the future (and you should too)... and of course adding more safeguards to their coding efforts.

We aren't talking about Claymore OCminer.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 31, 2016, 11:21:47 AM
Well i guess you have a point, i agree completely that i would be also angry if someone copied over my work, but so far it doesn't seems like it, if they're right as i said, i will be 100% behind them. But still i think it could have been handled better. If you feel like i was being disrespectful, that wasn't the intention, and im no invalid in no way, i think this was disrespectful for people that really are... thinking they don't go for holidays in family & such....

You seems to give your blessing to nicehash that so far have produced no proof it was cloned or copied (ok they seems to be serious peoples & all so they have a better trust level). So if you found me to be biased, i found you to be too in a way, but i probably don't have much history with them to trust them as completly as you do, you have probably the advantage in this situation, im kinda the "external" eye, since im into mining for so little time.

So as i said, i give the benefit of the doubts to both of them (nicehash & ewbf) for the allegations. What i don't like is how it has been handled as i said. No the matter by itself that i find to be 100% legitimate if ever true. As i said i saw too many times company trying to take down the competition in that way, so im being wary, if they're proven to be right i'll recognize it and my trust level with them will go up for sure.

And yes i do hope both of them will continue to improve things for us. And make them protect their codes better ;). Maybe the resolution will come to EWBF working for them ? :p, let's wait a week and see what's the situation after the dust settle. hope we get resolution. Cheers for the new year all.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ocminer on December 31, 2016, 11:54:50 AM
You guys are a bunch of dumb asses. They already mentioned that they're on holiday right now. If I had to speculate I would say something about New Years. Most people have that off in the US that and weekends. If you have a good job you have a couple days before and after, sometimes the entire week between Christmas and New Years.

If they don't release their source in like a week or so that'll be different. Coming in here is like listening to a bunch of ignorant, uninformed, old ladies gossiping back and forth with each other.

You call people children and you then proceed to act exactly like that, spoiled at that. If this proves true I really don't think you guys understand what you're doing by shit talking people who literally have fed you +400% hashrate on Nvidia hardware. 90sols on Silentarmy v5 to 360sols stock on EQM .4 (390 on .5 if, when they release that). Even if it's not entirely true, the competition between EWBF and EQM has driven hashrates up quite a bit.

Nvidia doesn't have a Claymore. We don't have a long term development team, often times it's hobbyists like SilentArmy. Discouraging people from working in this field and specifically on this hardware is a really, really bad idea. This is disgusting.

I don't disrespect NH, far from it, i think they're great and did alot for mining in general. If i read my posts, i wasn't insulting in any way. Just trying to understand here, and give opinions.

What i don't like is how they managed this situation, if they were in holidays, why dropping a bomb like this right now ? Why not wait the new year when everyone is back from holidays, and @ full force , and ready to make their cases ? Leaving us in the dark does only one thing, make this situation fester in a bad way, and making us see only "big company wanting to take down the little guy for doing a good job", if they're right i'll be 1000% behind them. But for now i'll leave the benefit of the doubt to EWBF because there is nothing concrete on their part.

And if you're objective bensam, you'll see we're not making free rants, it's based on valid points. (well at least that's how i see myself doing things). I saw too many of those situations to not be wary.


We aren't talking about Claymore OCminer.


Ah.. lol.. yes.. "EWBF" :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: _javi_ on December 31, 2016, 12:17:33 PM
ocminer knows  ::)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: malefactor on December 31, 2016, 02:36:54 PM
Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.

You call him a lam3r.  (Are you 16 years old and typing to us from 1987?)

I call it "theft of IP".

That said I haven't reviewed any of this endless pile of horse shit to see if it has merit.  I just think what you said is absolutely appalling.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Newton90 on December 31, 2016, 03:11:41 PM
on pps pools like dwarfpool,antpool,f2pool after a while i have error:

Device 0: Thread exited with code: 46
Device 1: Thread exited with code: 46

ERROR: Some workers are stopped.Attemped to restart: 87

have this error in both 0.06 and 0.08 version.

EWBF_ , need optimize miner.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: anorganix on December 31, 2016, 03:19:56 PM
on pps pools like dwarfpool,antpool,f2pool after a while i have error:

Device 0: Thread exited with code: 46
Device 1: Thread exited with code: 46

ERROR: Some workers are stopped.Attemped to restart: 87

have this error in both 0.06 and 0.08 version.

EWBF_ , need optimize miner.

Never had this error (tried all version from 0.0.5 until current one), mined on Dwarfpool (PPS) and Nanopool (PPLNS).
You might want to check your OC, it doesn't seem to be miner's fault.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on December 31, 2016, 03:31:46 PM
You guys are a bunch of dumb asses. They already mentioned that they're on holiday right now. If I had to speculate I would say something about New Years. Most people have that off in the US that and weekends. If you have a good job you have a couple days before and after, sometimes the entire week between Christmas and New Years.

If they don't release their source in like a week or so that'll be different. Coming in here is like listening to a bunch of ignorant, uninformed, old ladies gossiping back and forth with each other.

You call people children and you then proceed to act exactly like that, spoiled at that. If this proves true I really don't think you guys understand what you're doing by shit talking people who literally have fed you +400% hashrate on Nvidia hardware. 90sols on Silentarmy v5 to 360sols stock on EQM .4 (390 on .5 if, when they release that). Even if it's not entirely true, the competition between EWBF and EQM has driven hashrates up quite a bit.

Nvidia doesn't have a Claymore. We don't have a long term development team, often times it's hobbyists like SilentArmy. Discouraging people from working in this field and specifically on this hardware is a really, really bad idea. This is disgusting.

Man you don't ever read what someone wrote. You just throw in you bullshit in here always! You don't even made any attempts to read what i wrote or others.
It's the same as you call other miner developers to sell their code to nicehash and then complain at nicehash that their miner is closed source and locked to their pool
You are even worse than a child and from now on you are at my ignore list. You bullshit waste my time and spams this forums. You are a mess really. Try to read, understand and then argue instead of bullshitting around.

Well your argument of they are on holiday is bullshit too. Why in all worlds they claim such thing and then say oh we are on holidays proof have to wait. But meanwhile kill the theft.
I hope in real world this will happen to you..the sherif is on holidays and the judge too..so we all call you are a killer and you end up on the chair..everyone on holiday and we all want lynching you yeah without any proof and evidence. God please let it rain brains.

Posting this only proves that you know the necessary tools and how to use them to successfully analyse our miner.
So you copied the idea behind the algorithm for your own benefits. Not nice at all as we bought the miner and the idea from DjeZo.

Seriously you blame him for being able to analyze software and that he has the knowledge to do so?
This is his task if he also writes a miner or what ever software its a basic of software development - to say he stole you code is lame in this point.

I see a smelly intention here of nicehash.. stop accusing without proof.

You call him a lam3r.  (Are you 16 years old and typing to us from 1987?)

I call it "theft of IP".

That said I haven't reviewed any of this endless pile of horse shit to see if it has merit.  I just think what you said is absolutely appalling.


And again before you accuse someone of stealing his IP or code you have to make a proof and give evidence. That isn't different from real world - the rest is called fairy tales! Do your homework.
All what you do and many other are appalling. If someone calls you a rapist and everyone going and lynching you before a judge spoke..that would be okay to make your words an example?
You are too early in finding a guilty before any proof was or have been made. I would be ashamed of you too. Luckily I don't know you in real but you are not worth to make contact anyway.

mob law at it best forget the achievements of modern society as well as elementary judicial principles  - welcome back inquisition


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thevictimofuktyranny on December 31, 2016, 04:02:39 PM
From, what I understand from the patenting process, which is the closest analogy.

It is acceptable too look at other people's patents, for inspiration.

As long as you can come up with an alternative solution, a person or company is on safe ground.

The purpose of patents is not too stop improvements or innovation or discoveries.

Merely, to give the person with the perfect solution to that task a decent percentage of the fruits of their genius for finding a solution that cannot be surpassed.

From, everything that has been posted, it does not look like patent infringements are occurring.

EWBF's work is noticeable different.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Newton90 on December 31, 2016, 04:06:35 PM
on pps pools like dwarfpool,antpool,f2pool after a while i have error:

Device 0: Thread exited with code: 46
Device 1: Thread exited with code: 46

ERROR: Some workers are stopped.Attemped to restart: 87

have this error in both 0.06 and 0.08 version.

EWBF_ , need optimize miner.

Never had this error (tried all version from 0.0.5 until current one), mined on Dwarfpool (PPS) and Nanopool (PPLNS).
You might want to check your OC, it doesn't seem to be miner's fault.

cards not OC.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: djm34 on December 31, 2016, 04:31:46 PM
From, what I understand from the patenting process, which is the closest analogy.

It is acceptable too look at other people's patents, for inspiration.

As long as you can come up with an alternative solution, a person or company is on safe ground.

The purpose of patents is not too stop improvements or innovation or discoveries.

Merely, to give the person with the perfect solution to that task a decent percentage of the fruits of their genius for finding a solution that cannot be surpassed.

From, everything that has been posted, it does not look like patent infringements are occurring.

EWBF's work is noticeable different.
It makes no sense: closed source both (meaning they can't read the source of each other, have access to ptx or sass which may or may not help), second no licensing what so ever and definitely no patent... (and there is nothing to patent... lol a sorting/xor algo come on lol)

Quite frankly I don't like NiceHash behavior in that one, I understand they paid for their algo a dev, but that doesn't mean other dev must stop their own development... yeah right... they've been in that game for long enough to know that may and will happen...

ps: I hope Adobe open source their softwares because they have some pretty good competition at the moment :D
 


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thevictimofuktyranny on December 31, 2016, 04:48:38 PM
From, what I understand from the patenting process, which is the closest analogy.

It is acceptable too look at other people's patents, for inspiration.

As long as you can come up with an alternative solution, a person or company is on safe ground.

The purpose of patents is not too stop improvements or innovation or discoveries.

Merely, to give the person with the perfect solution to that task a decent percentage of the fruits of their genius for finding a solution that cannot be surpassed.

From, everything that has been posted, it does not look like patent infringements are occurring.

EWBF's work is noticeable different.
It makes no sense: closed source both (meaning they can't read the source of each other, have access to ptx or sass which may or may not help), second no licensing what so ever and definitely no patent... (and there is nothing to patent... lol a sorting/xor algo come on lol)

Quite frankly I don't like NiceHash behavior in that one, I understand they paid for their algo a dev, but that doesn't mean other dev must stop their own development... yeah right... they've been in that game for long enough to know that may and will happen...

ps: I hope Adobe open source their softwares because they have some pretty good competition at the moment :D
 

Personally, I'm all in favour of fee based miners - coders like yourself get decent rewards for sharing their improvements.

And, I've said, a lot of nice stuff about Nicehash in the past :)

Bought hash from the site when electricity was $0.30 in the UK.

But, the crypto-currency community needs to get away from having badly optimised mining software - that has no future support or development.

And, it needs to retain it coders for mining software and you know a 2% fee on miners is perfectly acceptable to the small rig owners.

Furthermore, Nicehash could have simply asked EWBF to make his software incompatible with Nicehash BTC mining pool. So, they weren't stepping on each other toes. Rather, than kick up all this dust in everyone's faces.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: djm34 on December 31, 2016, 05:04:16 PM
From, what I understand from the patenting process, which is the closest analogy.

It is acceptable too look at other people's patents, for inspiration.

As long as you can come up with an alternative solution, a person or company is on safe ground.

The purpose of patents is not too stop improvements or innovation or discoveries.

Merely, to give the person with the perfect solution to that task a decent percentage of the fruits of their genius for finding a solution that cannot be surpassed.

From, everything that has been posted, it does not look like patent infringements are occurring.

EWBF's work is noticeable different.
It makes no sense: closed source both (meaning they can't read the source of each other, have access to ptx or sass which may or may not help), second no licensing what so ever and definitely no patent... (and there is nothing to patent... lol a sorting/xor algo come on lol)

Quite frankly I don't like NiceHash behavior in that one, I understand they paid for their algo a dev, but that doesn't mean other dev must stop their own development... yeah right... they've been in that game for long enough to know that may and will happen...

ps: I hope Adobe open source their softwares because they have some pretty good competition at the moment :D
 

Personally, I'm all in favour of fee based miners - coders like yourself get decent rewards for sharing their improvements.

And, I've said, a lot of nice stuff about Nicehash in the past :)

Bought hash from the site when electricity was $0.30 in the UK.

But, the crypto-currency community needs to get away from having badly optimised mining software - that has no future support or development.

And, it needs to retain it coders for mining software and you know a 2% fee on miners is perfectly acceptable to the small rig owners.

Furthermore, Nicehash could have simply asked EWBF to make his software incompatible with Nicehash BTC mining pool. So, they weren't stepping on each other toes. Rather, than kick up all this dust in everyone's faces.


I don't see how anyone is stepping on NiceHash toes, since NiceHash is a pool/hashrate selling entity... So no matter what is running they get their share.

regarding "badly optimised" this has no meaning at all. Software gets released whenever there is an improvement and that's it.
You will never get the fully optimize stuff at starts, because it doesn't even exist. Developpment proceed through step into solving issues and self improvement.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: marvykkio on December 31, 2016, 05:35:19 PM
someone is noticing less gains on flypool?
I have the strange feeling that missing payments
 :-\ :-\


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thevictimofuktyranny on December 31, 2016, 05:43:44 PM
From, what I understand from the patenting process, which is the closest analogy.

It is acceptable too look at other people's patents, for inspiration.

As long as you can come up with an alternative solution, a person or company is on safe ground.

The purpose of patents is not too stop improvements or innovation or discoveries.

Merely, to give the person with the perfect solution to that task a decent percentage of the fruits of their genius for finding a solution that cannot be surpassed.

From, everything that has been posted, it does not look like patent infringements are occurring.

EWBF's work is noticeable different.
It makes no sense: closed source both (meaning they can't read the source of each other, have access to ptx or sass which may or may not help), second no licensing what so ever and definitely no patent... (and there is nothing to patent... lol a sorting/xor algo come on lol)

Quite frankly I don't like NiceHash behavior in that one, I understand they paid for their algo a dev, but that doesn't mean other dev must stop their own development... yeah right... they've been in that game for long enough to know that may and will happen...

ps: I hope Adobe open source their softwares because they have some pretty good competition at the moment :D
 

Personally, I'm all in favour of fee based miners - coders like yourself get decent rewards for sharing their improvements.

And, I've said, a lot of nice stuff about Nicehash in the past :)

Bought hash from the site when electricity was $0.30 in the UK.

But, the crypto-currency community needs to get away from having badly optimised mining software - that has no future support or development.

And, it needs to retain it coders for mining software and you know a 2% fee on miners is perfectly acceptable to the small rig owners.

Furthermore, Nicehash could have simply asked EWBF to make his software incompatible with Nicehash BTC mining pool. So, they weren't stepping on each other toes. Rather, than kick up all this dust in everyone's faces.


I don't see how anyone is stepping on NiceHash toes, since NiceHash is a pool/hashrate selling entity... So no matter what is running they get their share.

regarding "badly optimised" this has no meaning at all. Software gets released whenever there is an improvement and that's it.
You will never get the fully optimize stuff at starts, because it doesn't even exist. Developpment proceed through step into solving issues and self improvement.

Yeah, you not saying that back in the bad old days people weren't buying better optimised miners for BTC in underground deals?

That is not something, that anyone should wants too see again!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: petrmaje on December 31, 2016, 05:57:48 PM
I will reply to myself ... Newest drivers nedded :)
1060 does 267 Sols on stock setting.

Hi,
I have a issue with yours miner, Linux version.
Latest working version is 0.05b.

+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.5b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 007fffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962614_64854
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962614_64854
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, 6072 MB
INFO 23:04:01: GPU0 Accepted share 297ms [A:1, R:0]
INFO 23:04:07: GPU0 Accepted share 298ms [A:2, R:0]

Newer versions crased with this:
+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.8b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 007fffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962393_64849
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962393_64849
ERROR: Cannot run workers.

Does your miner require OPENCL files? I have installed driver without OPENCL files, because I had problems with second videocard installed in my PC. Other miners (claymore, genoil) works well. Where is the problem?
Thanks
Petr


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: anorganix on December 31, 2016, 06:05:55 PM
I will reply to myself ... Newest drivers nedded :)
1060 does 267 Sols on stock setting.

Hi,
I have a issue with yours miner, Linux version.
Latest working version is 0.05b.

+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.5b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 007fffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962614_64854
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962614_64854
CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, 6072 MB
INFO 23:04:01: GPU0 Accepted share 297ms [A:1, R:0]
INFO 23:04:07: GPU0 Accepted share 298ms [A:2, R:0]

Newer versions crased with this:
+---------------------------------+
| EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.0.8b |
+---------------------------------+
INFO: Target: 007fffffffffffff...
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962393_64849
INFO: Detected new work: 1482962393_64849
ERROR: Cannot run workers.

Does your miner require OPENCL files? I have installed driver without OPENCL files, because I had problems with second videocard installed in my PC. Other miners (claymore, genoil) works well. Where is the problem?
Thanks
Petr

Hey, try the following settings:
  • power limit @ 80%
  • core +185
  • memory +640 (you can go further if Samsung memory)

It should give the same hashrate as the one you posted with only 95W.
Good luck!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on December 31, 2016, 06:48:36 PM
Well i guess you have a point, i agree completely that i would be also angry if someone copied over my work, but so far it doesn't seems like it, if they're right as i said, i will be 100% behind them. But still i think it could have been handled better. If you feel like i was being disrespectful, that wasn't the intention, and im no invalid in no way, i think this was disrespectful for people that really are... thinking they don't go for holidays in family & such....

You seems to give your blessing to nicehash that so far have produced no proof it was cloned or copied (ok they seems to be serious peoples & all so they have a better trust level). So if you found me to be biased, i found you to be too in a way, but i probably don't have much history with them to trust them as completly as you do, you have probably the advantage in this situation, im kinda the "external" eye, since im into mining for so little time.

So as i said, i give the benefit of the doubts to both of them (nicehash & ewbf) for the allegations. What i don't like is how it has been handled as i said. No the matter by itself that i find to be 100% legitimate if ever true. As i said i saw too many times company trying to take down the competition in that way, so im being wary, if they're proven to be right i'll recognize it and my trust level with them will go up for sure.

And yes i do hope both of them will continue to improve things for us. And make them protect their codes better ;). Maybe the resolution will come to EWBF working for them ? :p, let's wait a week and see what's the situation after the dust settle. hope we get resolution. Cheers for the new year all.

I don't believe shit anyone says, especially online. I look at what's available in terms of actions of participants in a conversation and what's happened. EWBF has suspiciously came out with very close hash wise miners every time Nicehash had a release a couple days later with the exception of where he apparently had virtually the same hash, but never 'fixed' the utilization issue until it was pointed out a couple different times in this thread. It was previously discussed in the Nicehash thread and fixed a few versions earlier.

I noticed the trend before Nicehash started pointing fingers, it just happens to coincide with what I already noticed so I'm giving Nicehash more cred then EWBF. On top of that Nicehash is a company and didn't just pop up out of no where and became a CUDA miner coding guru. Nicehash also already had two previously optimized Equihash miners before EQM, which also lends more credibility to Nicehash.

It may not be true and it could be this is a coincidence, but I kinda doubt that. All it takes is the rough idea and then a good coder can go to town on that. There are plenty of other miners where this hasn't happened, so this is a pretty rare occurrence if it is a coincidence. Take Claymores miners and a lack of a 'EWBF' competing with it. Claymore has also gone to a lot more extremes to prevent disassembly of his code. Considering Nicehash is new to the game, they may have been a bit too lax.

For instance, if it was really this easy EWBF should have a competing AMD miner. Since Nvidia is basically only 20% of the network hashrate, there are much greener pastures on the other side... But Nicehash's miner is in CUDA, not OCL.

As I mentioned this is all circumstantial, but I'm definitely more inclined to agree with Nicehash for various reasons and definitely am not going to hop on the poopoo train till this is sorted out. I'd rather not lose one of the few Nvidia developers. I will say with almost 100% certainty the relationship isn't reverse, Nicehash stealing code from EWBF.


Keep in mind Nicehash isn't trying to 'take out the competition', they basically flipped the board and said 'I'm done' by releasing their source code and exiting the game. That also lends more credibility to Nicehash. Like I said, we as miners are hurt any way this turns out.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: thevictimofuktyranny on December 31, 2016, 07:02:58 PM
bensam1231, if you weren't English I'd rip you a new asshole.

Sorry. LOL

New Years and I'm half way through a bottle of JD.

Have a Happy New Year - Nicehash and EWBF!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on December 31, 2016, 07:05:54 PM
Well i guess you have a point, i agree completely that i would be also angry if someone copied over my work, but so far it doesn't seems like it, if they're right as i said, i will be 100% behind them. But still i think it could have been handled better. If you feel like i was being disrespectful, that wasn't the intention, and im no invalid in no way, i think this was disrespectful for people that really are... thinking they don't go for holidays in family & such....

You seems to give your blessing to nicehash that so far have produced no proof it was cloned or copied (ok they seems to be serious peoples & all so they have a better trust level). So if you found me to be biased, i found you to be too in a way, but i probably don't have much history with them to trust them as completly as you do, you have probably the advantage in this situation, im kinda the "external" eye, since im into mining for so little time.

So as i said, i give the benefit of the doubts to both of them (nicehash & ewbf) for the allegations. What i don't like is how it has been handled as i said. No the matter by itself that i find to be 100% legitimate if ever true. As i said i saw too many times company trying to take down the competition in that way, so im being wary, if they're proven to be right i'll recognize it and my trust level with them will go up for sure.

And yes i do hope both of them will continue to improve things for us. And make them protect their codes better ;). Maybe the resolution will come to EWBF working for them ? :p, let's wait a week and see what's the situation after the dust settle. hope we get resolution. Cheers for the new year all.

I don't believe shit anyone says, especially online. I look at what's available in terms of actions of participants in a conversation and what's happened. EWBF has suspiciously came out with very close hash wise miners every time Nicehash had a release a couple days later with the exception of where he apparently had virtually the same hash, but never 'fixed' the utilization issue until it was pointed out a couple different times in this thread. It was previously discussed in the Nicehash thread and fixed a few versions earlier.

I noticed the trend before Nicehash started pointing fingers, it just happens to coincide with what I already noticed so I'm giving Nicehash more cred then EWBF. On top of that Nicehash is a company and didn't just pop up out of no where and became a CUDA miner coding guru. Nicehash also already had two previously optimized Equihash miners before EQM, which also lends more credibility to Nicehash.

It may not be true and it could be this is a coincidence, but I kinda doubt that. All it takes is the rough idea and then a good coder can go to town on that. There are plenty of other miners where this hasn't happened, so this is a pretty rare occurrence if it is a coincidence. Take Claymores miners and a lack of a 'EWBF' competing with it. Claymore has also gone to a lot more extremes to prevent disassembly of his code. Considering Nicehash is new to the game, they may have been a bit too lax.

For instance, if it was really this easy EWBF should have a competing AMD miner. Since Nvidia is basically only 20% of the network hashrate, there are much greener pastures on the other side... But Nicehash's miner is in CUDA, not OCL.

As I mentioned this is all circumstantial, but I'm definitely more inclined to agree with Nicehash for various reasons and definitely am not going to hop on the poopoo train till this is sorted out. I'd rather not lose one of the few Nvidia developers. I will say with almost 100% certainty the relationship isn't reverse, Nicehash stealing code from EWBF.


Keep in mind Nicehash isn't trying to 'take out the competition', they basically flipped the board and said 'I'm done' by releasing their source code and exiting the game. That also lends more credibility to Nicehash. Like I said, we as miners are hurt any way this turns out.

Yeah i guess if you present it like this, it has merits.

For now, no source code was released, but it will add to their credibility as you said if they do. Also why EWBF should bother with AMD since there is already claymore, the pros of a new miner is to improve upon to be able to justify the fees, or not have any locking of pools. With nvidia he was able to offer a real alternative, for AMD it's pretty much locked on claymore that has cornered the AMD miner market, but as you said it could also be because claymore did a much better job to protect his code. Also he "could" be a cuda expert and less opencl... but again, as you said it's suspicious especially the timing between each optimisation that look to be too much "in-sync" with NH releases.

But what disturb me overall is what EWBF could still be accused of, his miner is obviously different, doesn't has the linux issues EQM has, and work a bit differently. So at the most it would be maybe "solvers cloning" ? I think in both cases the timing is weird, and may be coincidental as you said. I dunno how it goes when you only duplicate a "principle" he can't be considered code thief... maybe ideas thief then, but again can you really say that when it's all mathematical ? I guess there is some algos for trading that are kept very tight secret, the same idea could be applied here...

Waiting for more proof at any cases. What came to me @ first is that it was the same dev as EQM trying to get the best of both worlds... but it seems far-fetched now. Ah well wait & see...

bensam1231, if you weren't English I'd rip you a new asshole.

Sorry. LOL

New Years and I'm half way through a bottle of JD.

Have a Happy New Year - Nicehash and EWBF!

HNY you all :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: go6ooo1212 on December 31, 2016, 11:26:51 PM
@EWBF
Are you able to implement failover option in your next release , mate ?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Altcoining on January 01, 2017, 12:50:44 AM
410S/s stock EVGA FTW reporting in.
Can get up to 450 with +500MHz on mem, not sure about stability though.
Haven't checked power usage yet too.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Q_R_V on January 01, 2017, 03:27:47 AM
Outstanding miner, keep working on it and don't listen to the haters.

I see people reporting around 400 S/s with overclocked 1070 on Win10. Best i can do is 340 S/s with 150W per card.

Samsung memory.
Drivers 376.33, already tried 376.09 and 375.50 - almost no change.

http://i.imgur.com/a4FRhTi.png

I am obviously missing something crucial. Any ideas?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Newton90 on January 01, 2017, 06:13:36 AM
on pps pools like dwarfpool,antpool,f2pool after a while i have error:

Device 0: Thread exited with code: 46
Device 1: Thread exited with code: 46

ERROR: Some workers are stopped.Attemped to restart: 87

have this error in both 0.06 and 0.08 version.

EWBF_ , need optimize miner.

Never had this error (tried all version from 0.0.5 until current one), mined on Dwarfpool (PPS) and Nanopool (PPLNS).
You might want to check your OC, it doesn't seem to be miner's fault.

cards not overclocked.on suprnova pool all works fine.but on f2pool after a while have error.really wanted to try f2pool.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: lucasan123 on January 01, 2017, 06:58:52 AM
on pps pools like dwarfpool,antpool,f2pool after a while i have error:

Device 0: Thread exited with code: 46
Device 1: Thread exited with code: 46

ERROR: Some workers are stopped.Attemped to restart: 87

have this error in both 0.06 and 0.08 version.

EWBF_ , need optimize miner.

Never had this error (tried all version from 0.0.5 until current one), mined on Dwarfpool (PPS) and Nanopool (PPLNS).
You might want to check your OC, it doesn't seem to be miner's fault.

cards not overclocked.on suprnova pool all works fine.but on f2pool after a while have error.really wanted to try f2pool.



you should go to coinmine.pl and mine zcash, zcashclassic. and zdah, flypool.com . suprnova.com these works for sure!.
perhaps you should control better the batch files...............


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on January 01, 2017, 07:59:06 AM
Outstanding miner, keep working on it and don't listen to the haters.

I see people reporting around 400 S/s with overclocked 1070 on Win10. Best i can do is 340 S/s with 150W per card.

Samsung memory.
Drivers 376.33, already tried 376.09 and 375.50 - almost no change.

http://i.imgur.com/a4FRhTi.png

I am obviously missing something crucial. Any ideas?
I think your os is win10. Try win 8.1


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: giagge on January 01, 2017, 08:30:05 AM
Win 10 is very good , i have 390 sol with nvidia gtx 1070 .


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on January 01, 2017, 09:04:47 AM
Win 10 is very good , i have 390 sol with nvidia gtx 1070 .

what consumption?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: xPwnK on January 01, 2017, 10:10:42 AM
Outstanding miner, keep working on it and don't listen to the haters.

I see people reporting around 400 S/s with overclocked 1070 on Win10. Best i can do is 340 S/s with 150W per card.

Samsung memory.
Drivers 376.33, already tried 376.09 and 375.50 - almost no change.

http://i.imgur.com/a4FRhTi.png

I am obviously missing something crucial. Any ideas?
I think your os is win10. Try win 8.1
Why would he get better hashrate with win 8.1?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on January 01, 2017, 11:35:30 AM
Happy New Years folks...

W7 and W8 have a different WDDM version then W10, it's entirely possible to get better hashrate in W8.1, that's the reason I didn't upgrade my rigs to W10. I had one on W10 and eventually reimaged it back to W8.1.

Newer isn't always better, especially when it comes to cryptos.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on January 01, 2017, 11:52:34 AM
i don't think so with win 10 i have 2500 sol for 6 card, that is 416.6 per card

probably has to do with the model or him not updating win 10, or simply he is running one instance only...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on January 01, 2017, 12:36:28 PM
i don't think so with win 10 i have 2500 sol for 6 card, that is 416.6 per card

probably has to do with the model or him not updating win 10, or simply he is running one instance only...

It's almost as if there is more then one algo to mine and you don't just swap OS's solely based on one algo. Woaw... MIND BLOWN.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on January 01, 2017, 12:38:43 PM
i don't think so with win 10 i have 2500 sol for 6 card, that is 416.6 per card

probably has to do with the model or him not updating win 10, or simply he is running one instance only...

It's almost as if there is more then one algo to mine and you don't just swap OS's solely based on one algo. Woaw... MIND BLOWN.

Jesus your idiocy never ceases to amaze me. Do you even think things through before you make replies or do you just reply with whatever the first thing is that comes to mind?

please stop shit posting, you did not see that he is running one instance only, i get the same hash as him when i run one, it has nothing to do with the OS

your posts give me cancer every time....


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on January 01, 2017, 12:44:20 PM
i don't think so with win 10 i have 2500 sol for 6 card, that is 416.6 per card

probably has to do with the model or him not updating win 10, or simply he is running one instance only...

It's almost as if there is more then one algo to mine and you don't just swap OS's solely based on one algo. Woaw... MIND BLOWN.

Jesus your idiocy never ceases to amaze me. Do you even think things through before you make replies or do you just reply with whatever the first thing is that comes to mind?

please stop shit posting, you did not see that he is running one instance only, i get the same hash as him when i run one, it has nothing to do with the OS

your posts give me cancer every time....

Quote who you're replying to when you make a ambiguous post then dumbass.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on January 01, 2017, 12:50:31 PM
I don't know what is the problem between both of you but you have really great abilities making topics garbage. You have always a lot of things to write after you get the suitable stark.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on January 01, 2017, 12:57:00 PM
I don't know what is the problem between both of you but you have really great abilities making topics garbage. You have always a lot of things to write after you get the suitable stark.

Not sure what a suitable stark is, but Amph tends to spread misinformation as fact, ambiguous opinions, and stupid shit all over the place. I try to mop it up, of course it doesn't lead to very cordial conversation.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: nevermind41 on January 01, 2017, 01:14:40 PM
I don't know what is the problem between both of you but you have really great abilities making topics garbage. You have always a lot of things to write after you get the suitable stark.

Not sure what a suitable stark is, but Amph tends to spread misinformation as fact, ambiguous opinions, and stupid shit all over the place. I try to mop it up, of course it doesn't lead to very cordial conversation.
opinions are like ass holes, absolutely everyone has one. This is information sharing platform. Just share. You can't do anything if someone wants to step on a shit. There is no need to write too much things or a lot of reply. Just focus the main information of the topic.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: scryptr on January 01, 2017, 01:22:17 PM
MISS INFORMATION, CENTERFOLD OF THE YEAR! --

WHOOOOO, DOGGIES! Look at those boobies!       --scryptr

P.S.  Happy New Year, 2017!!!       


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on January 01, 2017, 01:28:27 PM
i don't think so with win 10 i have 2500 sol for 6 card, that is 416.6 per card

probably has to do with the model or him not updating win 10, or simply he is running one instance only...

It's almost as if there is more then one algo to mine and you don't just swap OS's solely based on one algo. Woaw... MIND BLOWN.

Jesus your idiocy never ceases to amaze me. Do you even think things through before you make replies or do you just reply with whatever the first thing is that comes to mind?

please stop shit posting, you did not see that he is running one instance only, i get the same hash as him when i run one, it has nothing to do with the OS

your posts give me cancer every time....

Quote who you're replying to when you make a ambiguous post then dumbass.

it does not matter you said crap as usual without even seeing his post

p.s. well your post isn't better pallas, as you see i replyed here so you can't say you added another "crappy post"...


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on January 01, 2017, 02:05:09 PM
I'll make a crap post as well. It will raise my activity so why not LoL.
Some people should speak less and do more.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on January 01, 2017, 06:44:02 PM
I don't know what is the problem between both of you but you have really great abilities making topics garbage. You have always a lot of things to write after you get the suitable stark.

Not sure what a suitable stark is, but Amph tends to spread misinformation as fact, ambiguous opinions, and stupid shit all over the place. I try to mop it up, of course it doesn't lead to very cordial conversation.
opinions are like ass holes, absolutely everyone has one. This is information sharing platform. Just share. You can't do anything if someone wants to step on a shit. There is no need to write too much things or a lot of reply. Just focus the main information of the topic.

That's neat and if someone posts misinformation on a rather regular basis and tries to convince people of 'wrong' facts so much so it disrupts people trying to mine and run their business?

I don't think you understand there is a conflict here that is out of more then just opinion.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: kumax on January 01, 2017, 08:53:01 PM
Uuughh.. it's sooo exhausting to go through all the cock fights in this thread when trying to find some usefull information..  :P :P :D

Anyway, if there is anyone who would like to get back to the topic, I would be grateful. ;D

I tried to run nheqminer_0.3a on flypool (GTX 760 on Win 10 with 376.33 driver, CUDA 8.0), but with some strange results.
It showed only 3-5sol/s and flypool stats showed nothing - only a connected worker with zero hashrate.. Still don't know what was wrong. ???

So I tried to run EWBF miner (0.0.8b) and it gives me better results - around 40sol/s.
But still, I would expect something around 70-80sol/s, or do I want too much?


Btw. thank you, EWBF for a good work done on the miner. 8)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Nikolaj on January 01, 2017, 08:56:20 PM
I'll make a crap post as well. It will raise my activity so why not LoL.
Some people should speak less and do more.

+1000

Cannot quote more.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sublimus on January 01, 2017, 09:29:31 PM
Version 0.0.8b.
Version 0.0.8b.

EWBF's Zcash cuda miner.
Expected speeds 360 - 380 sols/s gtx1070. 240 - 260 gtx1060. Stock settings.


Nvidia GTX 970; sm5.2; 72.0c; fan 99% > 206 sols; Suprnova reports average 211 sols.
Nvidia GT 710 > not working.

Nicehash's nheqminer was yielding 220 sols on Nicehash, 16 sols on Suprnova, tsss.

Thank you very much. A 2% fee well deserved.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: QuintLeo on January 01, 2017, 10:51:27 PM
Many threads improve quite a bit if you ignore the trolls.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Q_R_V on January 01, 2017, 11:32:51 PM
i don't think so with win 10 i have 2500 sol for 6 card, that is 416.6 per card

probably has to do with the model or him not updating win 10, or simply he is running one instance only...
Thank you very much!  Win10 anniversary update wasn't installed.
Current results 1620S/s @ 750W

Cheers


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: aaronsace on January 02, 2017, 12:28:30 AM
I would like to integrate this miner into multipoolminer for miningpoolhub as done with Claymore's miner.

An api is needed for benchmarking/monitoring. Please can you advise if you have an api to read the hashrate whilst mining? If not, would you be able to add one?

This thread got a bit crazy... is there plans for an API?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on January 02, 2017, 05:25:11 AM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: mirny on January 02, 2017, 05:56:00 AM
Outstanding miner, keep working on it and don't listen to the haters.

I see people reporting around 400 S/s with overclocked 1070 on Win10. Best i can do is 340 S/s with 150W per card.

Samsung memory.
Drivers 376.33, already tried 376.09 and 375.50 - almost no change.

http://i.imgur.com/a4FRhTi.png

I am obviously missing something crucial. Any ideas?

You need to overclock memory to get better hashrate.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sublimus on January 02, 2017, 06:30:48 AM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance
wll1rah
The 1050ti has a memory bandwith of 128bits so it would be half of a 1080 256bits. (stock settings)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Q_R_V on January 02, 2017, 07:01:51 AM

You need to overclock memory to get better hashrate.
I will try this, but after i installed win 10 anniversary update hashrate went to 405S/s per card.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Newton90 on January 02, 2017, 08:28:15 AM
on pps pools like dwarfpool,antpool,f2pool after a while i have error:

Device 0: Thread exited with code: 46
Device 1: Thread exited with code: 46

ERROR: Some workers are stopped.Attemped to restart: 87

have this error in both 0.06 and 0.08 version.

EWBF_ , need optimize miner.

Never had this error (tried all version from 0.0.5 until current one), mined on Dwarfpool (PPS) and Nanopool (PPLNS).
You might want to check your OC, it doesn't seem to be miner's fault.

cards not overclocked.on suprnova pool all works fine.but on f2pool after a while have error.really wanted to try f2pool.



you should go to coinmine.pl and mine zcash, zcashclassic. and zdah, flypool.com . suprnova.com these works for sure!.
perhaps you should control better the batch files...............

what do you mean about "control better"?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: gaalx on January 02, 2017, 09:11:23 AM
Build in software - Watch Dogs timer.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on January 02, 2017, 09:22:06 AM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance
wll1rah
The 1050ti has a memory bandwith of 128bits so it would be half of a 1080 256bits. (stock settings)

GTX 1050/ TI don't use the same memory type as the GTX 1080, so you can't simply divide in half based on memory bus width not to mention the vast difference in number of SM units on each card.  Also the memory clock isn't the be all with equihash core clock counts as well.  Amount of memory will matter little, with the GTX 1050/ TI, as well since both cards don't have enough compute cores to make it matter.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Newton90 on January 02, 2017, 09:41:06 AM
Build in software - Watch Dogs timer.

and how can i set them?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on January 02, 2017, 10:36:02 AM
Build in software - Watch Dogs timer.

and how can i set them?

the watchdog is automatic


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: prologas on January 02, 2017, 11:09:41 AM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance

GTX 1050 - 125 Sol/s 60W Stock // 118 Sol/s OC TDP 70% slow down 50W = 2.36s/w
GtX 750 Ti - 64 Sol/s 30W Stock // 75 Sol/s OC 32W = 2.34s/w

I think a good idea to buy GTX 1060, because it makes ~200 Sol/s OC with slow down of TDP to 65W = 3.07s/w



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: gaalx on January 02, 2017, 11:15:51 AM
Bad English.
I ask for to add Watch Dogs timer in the miner.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on January 02, 2017, 01:07:36 PM
Just a FYI after further testing of .8 it's definitely not nearly as stable as EQM .4. I've had crashing across numerous rigs, usually needing to reduce the memory OCs.

Also had two EVGA 5173s die on me while switching to .8.  Possibly indicator of increased stress on the cards. 5173s are glass cannons and notorious for burn outs though.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jk_14 on January 02, 2017, 02:57:22 PM

Solver more optimized for pascal cards. In next release i add another solvers that will be faster on other cards.


Hi,

could you add fflush() after printf() function?
(when I try to redirect prinouts to an output file, the delay sometimes reach several minutes)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on January 02, 2017, 04:12:20 PM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance

GTX 1050 - 125 Sol/s 60W Stock // 118 Sol/s OC TDP 70% slow down 50W = 2.36s/w
GtX 750 Ti - 64 Sol/s 30W Stock // 75 Sol/s OC 32W = 2.34s/w

I think a good idea to buy GTX 1060, because it makes ~200 Sol/s OC with slow down of TDP to 65W = 3.07s/w



1070 does ~370 @ 92w so that's 4.02s/w :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on January 02, 2017, 04:13:09 PM
Just a FYI after further testing of .8 it's definitely not nearly as stable as EQM .4. I've had crashing across numerous rigs, usually needing to reduce the memory OCs.

Also had two EVGA 5173s die on me while switching to .8.  Possibly indicator of increased stress on the cards. 5173s are glass cannons and notorious for burn outs though.

Just has a 5173 die on me too.  Have a bunch of them though, this is my first dead one. It smells of burnt components, is that what happened to yours?


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: prologas on January 02, 2017, 04:42:29 PM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance

GTX 1050 - 125 Sol/s 60W Stock // 118 Sol/s OC TDP 70% slow down 50W = 2.36s/w
GtX 750 Ti - 64 Sol/s 30W Stock // 75 Sol/s OC 32W = 2.34s/w

I think a good idea to buy GTX 1060, because it makes ~200 Sol/s OC with slow down of TDP to 65W = 3.07s/w



1070 does ~370 @ 92w so that's 4.02s/w :)

Yeah, that's nice, but card price way too expensive. 1060 - 230Eur / 1070 - 460 Eur.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: m1n1ngP4d4w4n on January 02, 2017, 07:53:23 PM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance

GTX 1050 - 125 Sol/s 60W Stock // 118 Sol/s OC TDP 70% slow down 50W = 2.36s/w
GtX 750 Ti - 64 Sol/s 30W Stock // 75 Sol/s OC 32W = 2.34s/w

I think a good idea to buy GTX 1060, because it makes ~200 Sol/s OC with slow down of TDP to 65W = 3.07s/w



1070 does ~370 @ 92w so that's 4.02s/w :)

Yeah, that's nice, but card price way too expensive. 1060 - 230Eur / 1070 - 460 Eur.

More like 240 - 410 here, but you have a point :)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on January 02, 2017, 09:42:01 PM
Just a FYI after further testing of .8 it's definitely not nearly as stable as EQM .4. I've had crashing across numerous rigs, usually needing to reduce the memory OCs.

Also had two EVGA 5173s die on me while switching to .8.  Possibly indicator of increased stress on the cards. 5173s are glass cannons and notorious for burn outs though.

Just has a 5173 die on me too.  Have a bunch of them though, this is my first dead one. It smells of burnt components, is that what happened to yours?

Yeah, it's not the first couple that have died on me. They have problems with some of the VRMs not having heatsinks on them and they eventually overheat and burn out. There is a bios fix that is supposed to help, but it didn't seem to save these. I have some other EVGA models and it only seems to be the 5173s


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: wll1rah on January 02, 2017, 10:42:48 PM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance

GTX 1050 - 125 Sol/s 60W Stock // 118 Sol/s OC TDP 70% slow down 50W = 2.36s/w
GtX 750 Ti - 64 Sol/s 30W Stock // 75 Sol/s OC 32W = 2.34s/w

I think a good idea to buy GTX 1060, because it makes ~200 Sol/s OC with slow down of TDP to 65W = 3.07s/w


That still makes it a tough call too, because of price per card vs. sol's, 1060's are really sweet though I have two but can't get them stable when I change the TDP so left them at stock and OC'ed a little to get them to 245 - 255 sol's, but power is worse than the 65w. they are the Zotec GTX 1060 3GB mini though so this might be the issue.  I would really like to just force them in to P0 but can't get it even with NVidia-smi utility.  they stay in P2 which underclocks the memory and hobbles the core as well.  OCing to just 1911 core and 8008 on memory at least gets me to where I want to be minus the power reduction.  Does go to P0 if I game with it though.  10 series is just strange with this


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: jiggytom on January 03, 2017, 01:40:45 AM
Just a FYI after further testing of .8 it's definitely not nearly as stable as EQM .4. I've had crashing across numerous rigs, usually needing to reduce the memory OCs.

Also had two EVGA 5173s die on me while switching to .8.  Possibly indicator of increased stress on the cards. 5173s are glass cannons and notorious for burn outs though.

Just has a 5173 die on me too.  Have a bunch of them though, this is my first dead one. It smells of burnt components, is that what happened to yours?

Yeah, it's not the first couple that have died on me. They have problems with some of the VRMs not having heatsinks on them and they eventually overheat and burn out. There is a bios fix that is supposed to help, but it didn't seem to save these. I have some other EVGA models and it only seems to be the 5173s

The BIOS fix is just a more aggressive fan curve, don't think it actually fixes or changes anything on the card.  I have my fans on 80% more or above, so not really sure if that was my issue...hmm wonder if I should order the VRM pads.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Icon on January 03, 2017, 04:46:37 AM
Just  an fyi if you loose the miner.exe file off your system and running windows 10, you can thank defender for auto deleting the file without permission for that, only way around it seeing you cant permanently disable defender is to allow an exception, have to use admin account disable realtime protection and then unzip and point to the miner.exe file and exclude it, else one day you'll wont have the file.

Yet again Microsoft  thinking for us poor humans..

Icon


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: essocup on January 03, 2017, 07:38:52 AM
Hi EWBF
   
   Today I found miner as trojan Win32/Detplock.

http://i.imgur.com/OULSM5T.jpg


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: mirny on January 03, 2017, 07:41:38 AM
Just  an fyi if you loose the miner.exe file off your system and running windows 10, you can thank defender for auto deleting the file without permission for that, only way around it seeing you cant permanently disable defender is to allow an exception, have to use admin account disable realtime protection and then unzip and point to the miner.exe file and exclude it, else one day you'll wont have the file.

Yet again Microsoft  thinking for us poor humans..

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Avast is doing same thing.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Velgelm on January 03, 2017, 08:07:59 AM
EWBF thanks for the miner!
0.0.8b works like EQM 1.0.4a
My speeds on your miner:
http://s12.radikal.ru/i185/1701/c8/564ddc706759t.jpg (http://radikal.ru/big/ezrev1cxnpbji)
http://i023.radikal.ru/1701/34/e779e6f85a52t.jpg (http://radikal.ru/big/js9orzysw9ohc)
Nice work!


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on January 03, 2017, 09:09:26 AM
The Virus detection is a false positive. Meanwhile I got the check report of Avast labs of version 0.0.7 was virus free.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: Amph on January 03, 2017, 09:28:38 AM
The Virus detection is a false positive. Meanwhile I got the check report of Avast labs of version 0.0.7 was virus free.

hidden/stealth malicious code cannot be detected in that way, it's almost impossible to detect them with antivirus of any kind

i'm running it in a secure machine where there is nothing to steal


btw i can not connect to suprnova zclassic with this miner


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on January 03, 2017, 09:33:54 AM
The Virus detection is a false positive. Meanwhile I got the check report of Avast labs of version 0.0.7 was virus free.

hidden/stealth malicious code cannot be detected in that way, it's almost impossible to detect them with antivirus of any kind

i'm running it in a secure machine where there is nothing to steal

I remember thunderbyte antivirus detecting new viruses heuristically back in '94. It worked by analising machine code.
But I don't know how that technology progressed over the years. Given the recent focus on AI, they should be doing good. If they want to, that is ;-)


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: ioglnx on January 03, 2017, 09:40:36 AM
The Virus detection is a false positive. Meanwhile I got the check report of Avast labs of version 0.0.7 was virus free.

hidden/stealth malicious code cannot be detected in that way, it's almost impossible to detect them with antivirus of any kind

i'm running it in a secure machine where there is nothing to steal


btw i can not connect to suprnova zclassic with this miner

As I said i sent it the AVAST Lab they have other methods and analysis than just rely on the scanner and heuristics. I'm sure they go much deeper than you can imagine.



Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: prologas on January 03, 2017, 09:53:21 AM
Anyone have the hashrate for GTX 1050/ ti just want to know?

thanks in advance

GTX 1050 - 125 Sol/s 60W Stock // 118 Sol/s OC TDP 70% slow down 50W = 2.36s/w
GtX 750 Ti - 64 Sol/s 30W Stock // 75 Sol/s OC 32W = 2.34s/w

I think a good idea to buy GTX 1060, because it makes ~200 Sol/s OC with slow down of TDP to 65W = 3.07s/w


That still makes it a tough call too, because of price per card vs. sol's, 1060's are really sweet though I have two but can't get them stable when I change the TDP so left them at stock and OC'ed a little to get them to 245 - 255 sol's, but power is worse than the 65w. they are the Zotec GTX 1060 3GB mini though so this might be the issue.  I would really like to just force them in to P0 but can't get it even with NVidia-smi utility.  they stay in P2 which underclocks the memory and hobbles the core as well.  OCing to just 1911 core and 8008 on memory at least gets me to where I want to be minus the power reduction.  Does go to P0 if I game with it though.  10 series is just strange with this

I am using Palit products, seems quite well with OC, but it is not a mini version although. And one more thing, I had a strange experience with OC on differend pools. Don't know how, but at suprnova you can do X OC and at mgate you can do Y OC before crash. I am tested it for a couple of days.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: bensam1231 on January 03, 2017, 10:09:26 AM
The Virus detection is a false positive. Meanwhile I got the check report of Avast labs of version 0.0.7 was virus free.

hidden/stealth malicious code cannot be detected in that way, it's almost impossible to detect them with antivirus of any kind

i'm running it in a secure machine where there is nothing to steal

I remember thunderbyte antivirus detecting new viruses heuristically back in '94. It worked by analising machine code.
But I don't know how that technology progressed over the years. Given the recent focus on AI, they should be doing good. If they want to, that is ;-)

Heuristical virus detection is in pretty much every new good AVS. They name it different things, but you can find it in there. Thing is it doesn't know what to look for if there isn't a pattern, so someone can just change their code a bit so it operates in a different way and it wont find anything. Heuristical virus detection isn't the same thing as being able to find something that is a virus no matter what or functions like one.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on January 03, 2017, 10:34:45 AM
The Virus detection is a false positive. Meanwhile I got the check report of Avast labs of version 0.0.7 was virus free.

hidden/stealth malicious code cannot be detected in that way, it's almost impossible to detect them with antivirus of any kind

i'm running it in a secure machine where there is nothing to steal

I remember thunderbyte antivirus detecting new viruses heuristically back in '94. It worked by analising machine code.
But I don't know how that technology progressed over the years. Given the recent focus on AI, they should be doing good. If they want to, that is ;-)

Heuristical virus detection is in pretty much every new good AVS. They name it different things, but you can find it in there. Thing is it doesn't know what to look for if there isn't a pattern, so someone can just change their code a bit so it operates in a different way and it wont find anything. Heuristical virus detection isn't the same thing as being able to find something that is a virus no matter what or functions like one.

Heuristic virus detection is not looking for a pattern. That's classic virus detection.
Thunderbite antivirus did automatic unencryption and code analysis more than 20 years ago. I played with it (at machine code level) back then, and you had to try hard to avoid detection. Again that was 20 years ago, so if they did their job, it must be a lot better now.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: sp_ on January 03, 2017, 10:37:47 AM
Heuristic virus detection is not looking for a pattern. That's classic virus detection.
Thunderbite antivirus did automatic unencryption and code analysis more than 20 years ago. I played with it (at machine code level) back then, and you had to try hard to avoid detection. Again that was 20 years ago, so if they did their job, it must be a lot better now.

But the antivirus software will not detect the buffer overflows. Compile nheqminer in visual studio and read the warnings, you will see that this new miner is using unsafe methods, ready for attack.


Title: Re: EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner
Post by: pallas on January 03, 2017, 10:40:51 AM