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Title: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on May 22, 2018, 11:43:30 AM

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

Overview

CryptoDredge is a simple in use and highly optimized cryptocurrency mining software. It takes full advantage of modern NVIDIA graphics cards through the use of unique optimization techniques. We have also devoted great attention to stable power consumption. These benefits, along with the very small DevFee, make our product one of the best publicly available miners.

Supported algorithms

  • Allium
  • Lyra2REv2
  • Lyra2z
  • NeoScrypt
  • PHI1612
  • Phi2

Direct links

Official Page (https://cryptodredge.org/)
Our BitcoinTalk Topic (RUS) (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4408231)
Telegram Channel (http://t.me/cryptodredge)
Telegram Group (http://t.me/cryptodredgegroup)
Email:cryptodredge@gmail.com

Performance


System Requirements

  • Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions)
  • NVIDIA GPUs with Compute Capability 5.0 or above (Maxwell and Pascal)
  • 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended). Some algorithms such as NeoScrypt require the virtual memory (swap file) with the same size as all of the GPU's memory.
  • Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 (https://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=48145)
  • Internet connection

Quickstart

The current version of CryptoDredge is a (portable) console application. Unpack the downloaded archive and edit one of the sample .bat files or provide the necessary command line arguments.

Sample Command Line
Code:
CryptoDredge -a neoscrypt -o stratum+tcp://neoscrypt.mine.zergpool.com:4233 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=GBX

Command-Line Arguments

-v, --version       Print version information
-a, --algo          Specify algorithm to use
                    allium
                    blake2s
                    lyra2v2
                    lyra2v2-old (see the Lyra2REv2 Issues item)
                    lyra2z
                    neoscrypt
                    phi
                    phi2
                    skein
                    skunk
-d, --device        List of comma-separated device IDs to use for mining. IDs are numbered 0,1...,N - 1
-h, --help          Print help information
-i, --intensity     Mining intensity (0 - 6)
-o, --pool          URL of mining pool
-p, --pass          Password/Options for mining pool
-u, --user          Username for mining pool
    --log           Log output to file
    --no-color      Force color off
    --no-watchdog   Force watchdog off
    --cpu-priority  Set process priority in the range 0 (low) to 5 (high)
    --api-type      API type {ccminer-tcp (TCP) | ccminer-ws (WebSocket) | off}
-b, --api-bind      IP:port for the miner API, 0 disabled


Troubleshooting

Watchdog

If you are using a third-party watchdog, you can disable the built-in watchdog by using --no-watchdog option.

Lyra2REv2 Issues

In case if you have issues with the current implementation of Lyra2REv2 (lyra2v2), you might want to try lyra2v2-old.
e.g. CryptoDredge -a lyra2v2-old -o stratum+tcp://<POOL> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS>

Bug writing guidelines
  • OS
  • GPUs (specific models)
  • Driver version
  • Overclocking parameters (core, mem, voltage)
  • Watchdog, monitoring app
  • Screenshot or log
  • Pool
  • Algo

Bug tracking system
Create New Ticket (https://bugs.cryptodredge.org/newticket)
View Active Tickets (https://bugs.cryptodredge.org/report/1)

Features

DevFee is 1%


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: alucard20724 on May 22, 2018, 01:09:34 PM
do you have any data on a 1080ti?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: ALTCOlNMlNER on May 22, 2018, 01:37:37 PM
Hmm, tried all algos and it isn't faster for me than other free miners...


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: s0ftcorn on May 22, 2018, 01:48:40 PM
Hmm, tried all algos and it isn't faster for me than other free miners...

same here. does it take some time until it reaches full speed? or do we have to tweak around with intensity?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on May 22, 2018, 02:24:48 PM
Hmm, tried all algos and it isn't faster for me than other free miners...
Which hardware do you use and what is your hash rate?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: s0ftcorn on May 22, 2018, 03:13:17 PM
Hmm, tried all algos and it isn't faster for me than other free miners...
Which hardware do you use and what is your hash rate?

GTX 1070 and lyra2v2 is at 40Mh/s
neoscrypt is at 1,1Mh/s (which is to be honest a good result, because only hsrminer fork by justaminer reaches this value)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: Technobyl on May 22, 2018, 07:04:59 PM
I ran some tests with GeForce GTX 1060 with Max-Q Design

Code:
+-----------+-------------------+--------------------+
|           | hsrminer_fork/1.3 | CryptoDredge/0.1.0 |
+-----------+-------------------+--------------------+
| NeoScrypt | 550 kH/s          | 553 kH/s           |
+-----------+-------------------+--------------------+

+---------+-----------------+--------------------+
|         | ccminer/phi-1.0 | CryptoDredge/0.1.0 |
+---------+-----------------+--------------------+
| PHI1612 | 9990 kH/s       | 10.51 MH/s         |
+---------+-----------------+--------------------+


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: skablast on May 22, 2018, 08:48:47 PM
little test on skein:

4x gtx 1070 alexis78 ---2100 mhs   DRED 1846 Mh/s

on lyra2ver2
4x gtx 1070 Alexis 78 152 Mh/s   Dred 156 Mh/s


lets say.
Good place to start


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: Technobyl on May 23, 2018, 07:41:48 AM
do you have any data on a 1080ti?
Can someone test it on 1080 Ti?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: Vokas123 on May 23, 2018, 10:42:51 AM
Tested lyra2rev2 just for a few minutes, but my cards run way too hot with this miner, had to switch it off. (Afterburner showing same temps)

https://pictr.com/images/2018/05/23/a6f8da31969c1a2d9af8881383af72b2.jpg

Lyra2z is not supported for 1080 Ti, Phi hashrate is around 31/32 Mhs, again very high temps.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: dragonmike on May 24, 2018, 08:41:02 AM
Trying this miner out now for a while, mining Lyra2REv2 on my 5x1080 rig. I'm quite keen to have a worthy replacement to the Alexis78 forks because they alwatys end up being unstable for me and crash my rig sometimes up to several times a day.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: dragonmike on May 24, 2018, 10:53:37 PM
Some weird hashrates here. Two 1080's hashing at 52Mh/s, three at 44. All exact same clock settings... Not too sure what causes the differences.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on May 25, 2018, 05:23:53 AM
Some weird hashrates here. Two 1080's hashing at 52Mh/s, three at 44. All exact same clock settings... Not too sure what causes the differences.

We will investigate this issue. You can also try to run mulpiple instances of miner and configure each instance to work with one graphics card (just for test).


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: tufail_74 on May 25, 2018, 07:17:05 AM
not more than Nicehash miner which is free. Why do we need to use with 1% fee.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: dragonmike on May 25, 2018, 09:12:11 AM
Although not compulsory, some kind of built-in watchdog/restarter is always a nice feature (had a driver crash last night, miner kept running with 0h/s on all cards).


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: igotek on May 25, 2018, 09:40:20 AM
Very good start.

you need to add some functions.
-show hashrate when press h button on the keyboard.
-show watt information.
-set fan speed in bat file.
-failover pools in bat file or pools file which is used by your miner.

start-mining.bat
Code:
CryptoDredge.exe -pool example-pools.txt

example-pools.txt
Code:
-a neoscrypt -o pool.unimining.net:4234 -u wallet -p c=DSR -fan %60
-a neoscrypt -o pool.unimining.net:4234 -u wallet -p c=DSR -fan %70
-a phi1612 -o yiimp.eu:8333 -u wallet -p x -fan %76


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: igotek on May 25, 2018, 10:15:05 AM
I have tested your miner on neoscrypt algorithm with NVIDIA GTX1050TI 4GB with my default OC settings. Your miner looks like more stable and a little bit faster. I didnt checked the pool side. This informations are based on the miner reports.

I hope you will release Linux version. There is no any competitor for neoscrypt on Linux.

426.4 kh/s - CryptoDredge
422.7 kh/s - hsrminer fork of Just_a_miner - High process priority version




Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on May 25, 2018, 10:43:28 AM
Although not compulsory, some kind of built-in watchdog/restarter is always a nice feature (had a driver crash last night, miner kept running with 0h/s on all cards).

We agree that watchdog is useful for stable mining. We plan to add this feature in the next release.



Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on May 25, 2018, 10:49:34 AM
I have tested your miner on neoscrypt algorithm with NVIDIA GTX1050TI 4GB with my default OC settings. Your miner looks like more stable and a little bit faster. I didnt checked the pool side. This informations are based on the miner reports.

I hope you will release Linux version. There is no any competitor for neoscrypt on Linux.

426.4 kh/s - CryptoDredge
422.7 kh/s - hsrminer fork of Just_a_miner - High process priority version




Thank you for your feedback - it helps us to understand which features have a #1 priority and improve our product. The Linux version is under development but mostly implemented.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: Kryptowolf512 on May 25, 2018, 11:16:35 AM
Someone already tested these algorithms with a GTX 1080 Ti? ???


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: Vokas123 on May 25, 2018, 12:01:32 PM
1080Ti, no OC, Blake2s ~6.5Ghs, Neoscrypt 1.65Ghs, I didn't measure pool results.

Slower than ccminer and hsrminer, but as someone said before, good starting point.

https://pictr.com/images/2018/05/25/17aaebdd07da3b4b02b664e85fd28bc9.jpg


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on May 25, 2018, 01:06:53 PM
not more than Nicehash miner which is free. Why do we need to use with 1% fee.

In the performance tests for Neoscrypt carried out by our team, CryptoDredge is faster than Nicehash on GTX 1050, GTX 1060, and GTX 1070. Starting from GTX 1080 it is indeed not faster than Nicehash.

We are working on optimization of this algo for latest graphics cards and we have reason to believe that CryptoDredge will be in first place.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: sabercrypto on May 25, 2018, 01:24:28 PM
i cant make it work with nicehash. nonce too small


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on May 25, 2018, 01:48:57 PM
Someone already tested these algorithms with a GTX 1080 Ti? ???


Here are results for GTX 1080Ti:

Code:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          |       phi1612      |       neoscrypt     |       lyra2v2     |       skunk   
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Overclock | 0/0    | +130/-400 | 0/0      | 130/500  | 0/0      | 130/0  | 0/0      | 130/-400
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hashrate  | 36MH/s | 38.6MH/s  | 1740KH/s | 1835Kh/s | 74.5MH/s | 78MH/s | 51.5MH/s | 54.5MH/s
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: infPICO on May 28, 2018, 08:25:37 PM
Support in near future in Lyra2Z for 1060/1070/1080?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: MoNTE48 on May 28, 2018, 08:57:56 PM
Please, make linux build!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on May 30, 2018, 04:38:59 AM
Support in near future in Lyra2Z for 1060/1070/1080?

Yes, we'll add support for Lyra2Z in near future. Probably this will be added in version 0.5.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on May 30, 2018, 05:13:34 AM
Please, make linux build!

We completely understand how it is important to support Linux and this is a high priority task.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 01, 2018, 08:33:56 AM
v0.2.0 released

  • New Allium algorithm
  • Add watchdog
  • Improve NeoScrypt for low-end graphics cards
  • Other minor fixes


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 01, 2018, 11:09:10 AM
im using this miner its simply the best!!!!

looking forward for lyra2z 1060!!!!!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: HashAuger on June 02, 2018, 09:21:01 AM
Thank you for your hard work in releasing this new miner. As others have already said, it is a good start and has a lot of potential. Unfortunately, I may have found a small issue when using the --device parameter.  In version 0.2,  it is not possible to specify the first GPU using --device=0 or -d 0.  An error "bad lexical cast: type value could not be interpreted as target" is displayed and the executable quits.  However, this error does not occur if  --device=1 or -d 1 is used instead.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: sonkub on June 02, 2018, 09:26:51 AM
Does this support API and --benchmark command?
Thanks!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 02, 2018, 09:51:10 AM
Thank you for your hard work in releasing this new miner. As others have already said, it is a good start and has a lot of potential. Unfortunately, I may have found a small issue when using the --device parameter.  In version 0.2,  it is not possible to specify the first GPU using --device=0.  An error "bad lexical cast: type value could not be interpreted as target" is displayed and the executable quits.  However, this error does not occur if -d 0 is used instead.  --device=1 will also work without an error, so the only problem appears to be when 0 is used with  --device.  It is a small issue, but one I thought you would like to be aware of.
It will be fixed in the next release


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 02, 2018, 09:58:36 AM
Does this support API and --benchmark command?
Thanks!
--benchmark command will be available in the next release. API coming soon.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: HashAuger on June 02, 2018, 10:15:48 AM
Thank you for your hard work in releasing this new miner. As others have already said, it is a good start and has a lot of potential. Unfortunately, I may have found a small issue when using the --device parameter.  In version 0.2,  it is not possible to specify the first GPU using --device=0.  An error "bad lexical cast: type value could not be interpreted as target" is displayed and the executable quits.  However, this error does not occur if -d 0 is used instead.  --device=1 will also work without an error, so the only problem appears to be when 0 is used with  --device.  It is a small issue, but one I thought you would like to be aware of.
It will be fixed in the next release

Thank you for the prompt reply.  After using your miner for a while, I do have a couple of feature requests. First, I noticed that it is not currently possible to redirect the screen output of your miner.  For example, if I try to redirect the standard console output to a log file, only your logo is written to the file but not the rest of the output. Would it be possible for you to either change how the screen output is handled so that it can be redirected or could you instead add a command line parameter that would write a file containing the screen output to disk?  Also, since color codes can make it more difficult to parse such log files, would you also consider adding a "no color" parameter to display the text in monochrome? 


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 02, 2018, 12:44:16 PM
Thank you for the prompt reply.  After using your miner for a while, I do have a couple of feature requests. First, I noticed that it is not currently possible to redirect the screen output of your miner.  For example, if I try to redirect the standard console output to a log file, only your logo is written to the file but not the rest of the output. Would it be possible for you to either change how the screen output is handled so that it can be redirected or could you instead add a command line parameter that would write a file containing the screen output to disk?  Also, since color codes can make it more difficult to parse such log files, would you also consider adding a "no color" parameter to display the text in monochrome? 

Thank you for feedback.

Redirecting the console output to a file does not work as expected, this is a known issue. An additional command line arguments for redirecting log and suppressing color will be added in the next update.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: sonkub on June 02, 2018, 01:43:15 PM
Does this support API and --benchmark command?
Thanks!
--benchmark command will be available in the next release. API coming soon.

Oh Thanks.

Last question.
Does --device can use more than 10? ^_^


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 02, 2018, 03:38:27 PM
Does this support API and --benchmark command?
Thanks!
--benchmark command will be available in the next release. API coming soon.

Oh Thanks.

Last question.
Does --device can use more than 10? ^_^

Yes, it can. There is no limit for the number of devices.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 02, 2018, 06:20:11 PM
Does this support API and --benchmark command?
Thanks!
--benchmark command will be available in the next release. API coming soon.

Oh Thanks.

Last question.
Does --device can use more than 10? ^_^

Yes, it can. There is no limit for the number of devices.


compliments this miner is very fast!! i comparated to all ccminers out there this win against all


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: eosdev on June 02, 2018, 07:20:37 PM
https://www.virustotal.com/ru/file/701b580a7f07b6aaa52408fd3fba86ec079b399dfecf94a7278844cb73234789/analysis/1527967093/


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 02, 2018, 07:37:14 PM
https://www.virustotal.com/ru/file/701b580a7f07b6aaa52408fd3fba86ec079b399dfecf94a7278844cb73234789/analysis/1527967093/
We value our reputation. We assure you that CryptoDredge is not a piece of malicious software. Claymore and Bminer are in the same situation. You can check it. Have a nice mining!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: ghostlander on June 02, 2018, 09:46:13 PM
I have tested your miner on neoscrypt algorithm with NVIDIA GTX1050TI 4GB with my default OC settings. Your miner looks like more stable and a little bit faster. I didnt checked the pool side. This informations are based on the miner reports.

I hope you will release Linux version. There is no any competitor for neoscrypt on Linux.

426.4 kh/s - CryptoDredge
422.7 kh/s - hsrminer fork of Just_a_miner - High process priority version

CUDAminer (https://github.com/ghostlander/cudaminer-neoscrypt) is still faster. Maybe except for 1080.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 04, 2018, 01:36:01 PM
v0.2.1 released

  • Fix bug with NiceHash pool
  • Improve Lyra2REv2

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.2.1/CryptoDredge_0.2.1.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: Bonito96 on June 05, 2018, 04:48:31 AM
Your program not work for me. My GTX1070 have looping.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 05, 2018, 05:54:30 AM
Your program not work for me. My GTX1070 have looping.
Which OS, pool, and algorithm are you using? And can you share CryptoDredge's screenshot?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 05, 2018, 07:01:41 AM
v0.2.1 released

  • Fix bug with NiceHash pool
  • Improve Lyra2REv2

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.2.1/CryptoDredge_0.2.1.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)


6x1060 criptodredge 0.2.0 163mh
Cryptodredge 0.2.1 154mh... I am back to 0.2.0


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: serg_25 on June 05, 2018, 09:41:58 AM
linux build is mandatory here.
Can you provide some ETA when it will be ready ?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: chrysophylax on June 05, 2018, 06:01:46 PM
v0.2.1 released

  • Fix bug with NiceHash pool
  • Improve Lyra2REv2

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.2.1/CryptoDredge_0.2.1.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)


6x1060 criptodredge 0.2.0 163mh
Cryptodredge 0.2.1 154mh... I am back to 0.2.0

Will be looking more in depth at this ...

#crysx


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: MATPOC on June 05, 2018, 09:49:58 PM
I hope you will release Linux version. There is no any competitor for neoscrypt on Linux.

I also very hope version for linux...

I can help you with compiling version to linux. But I can't port it to windows.

Thank you!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: bruterz on June 06, 2018, 03:19:31 AM
There is some problem with NiceHash on Lyra2z algo... it asks for reconnection too often and the reason is not on the pool, because using ccminer or excavator not causing such problem. Can you check please?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 07, 2018, 05:09:20 AM
linux build is mandatory here.
Can you provide some ETA when it will be ready ?

We plan to release the Linux version in 2 weeks


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: texgeek on June 07, 2018, 07:00:43 AM


can i disable the fee  ?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 07, 2018, 09:13:07 AM
There is some problem with NiceHash on Lyra2z algo... it asks for reconnection too often and the reason is not on the pool, because using ccminer or excavator not causing such problem. Can you check please?

We are currently investigating the issue, update will be available as soon as possible.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 07, 2018, 09:14:48 AM


can i disable the fee  ?

No, you can't. Our fee is small and this is our modest reward for work.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: infPICO on June 08, 2018, 06:53:36 AM
looking forward to support lyra2z for cards 1060+ hope it will be soon  :)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.1 (Windows)
Post by: reciu on June 08, 2018, 08:06:18 PM
same resoluts on neoscypt like hsr-miner-fork BUT CryptoDredge is more stable! +++ recomended
waiting on Linux version  ;D


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 10, 2018, 01:27:37 AM
https://i.imgur.com/eWqlHAf.png

  • Add --log option to log output to file
  • Add --no-color option to force color off
  • Improve Lyra2REv2
  • Fix reconnect bug with NiceHash pool
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.3.0/CryptoDredge_0.3.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sonkub on June 10, 2018, 07:59:01 AM
https://i.imgur.com/eWqlHAf.png

  • Add --log option to log output to file
  • Add --no-color option to force color off
  • Improve Lyra2REv2
  • Fix reconnect bug with NiceHash pool
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.3.0/CryptoDredge_0.3.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

Thank you for your hard work!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 10, 2018, 06:49:12 PM
https://i.imgur.com/eWqlHAf.png

  • Add --log option to log output to file
  • Add --no-color option to force color off
  • Improve Lyra2REv2
  • Fix reconnect bug with NiceHash pool
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.3.0/CryptoDredge_0.3.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

so far best miner out there!!!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: luckydoky on June 10, 2018, 09:48:13 PM
Testing it right now, first results look very promising for lyra2rv2 on a 1070 rig


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 10, 2018, 10:42:48 PM
https://i.imgur.com/HQ2MBXV.png (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4129696)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: igotek on June 11, 2018, 07:37:03 AM
I tested your miner on Windows and it is veery good and stable.
Think about Linux version. There are many NVIDIA GPUs on HiveOS. I cant switch them to Windows.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Night63 on June 11, 2018, 08:00:59 AM
https://i.imgur.com/HQ2MBXV.png (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4129696)
Doesn't want to work on Lyra2z with 1070 cards(((((((((
https://c.radikal.ru/c31/1806/83/a9db59b2fd35.png (https://radikal.ru)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 11, 2018, 08:17:02 AM
https://i.imgur.com/HQ2MBXV.png (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4129696)
Doesn't want to work on Lyra2z with 1070 cards(((((((((
https://c.radikal.ru/c31/1806/83/a9db59b2fd35.png (https://radikal.ru)
Lyra2Z  is supported only on low-end NVIDIA GPUs, for now.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 11, 2018, 08:18:36 AM
https://i.imgur.com/13a07Ts.png (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4129696)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Night63 on June 11, 2018, 08:30:52 AM
Quote
Lyra2Z  is supported only on low-end NVIDIA GPUs, for now.
Are you planning to fix it?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 11, 2018, 08:37:53 AM
Quote
Lyra2Z  is supported only on low-end NVIDIA GPUs, for now.
Are you planning to fix it?
We're working on it.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Scardigne on June 11, 2018, 12:33:46 PM
Balls to the wall hashrate 1080TI https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/390263150571683847/455710821901795329/Untitled.png 86MH OC


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: PostJok on June 11, 2018, 02:46:08 PM
Cant get it to work with NHMLegacy


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: akuci on June 11, 2018, 02:52:43 PM
Cant get it to work with NHMLegacy
Why would you even do such a thing?
Just point it to the NH pool simply.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 11, 2018, 03:04:03 PM
Cant get it to work with NHMLegacy
Why would you even do such a thing?
Just point it to the NH pool simply.

ahahahah yes no sense you request... you wanna pay 1% fee when just can you use cryptodredge pointed on nh pool lol?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: PostJok on June 11, 2018, 09:21:49 PM
Cant get it to work with NHMLegacy
Why would you even do such a thing?
Just point it to the NH pool simply.

ahahahah yes no sense you request... you wanna pay 1% fee when just can you use cryptodredge pointed on nh pool lol?

Well, its convenient and fee doesnt matter when the miner gives more Hashrate over Alexis HSR.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: thefix on June 11, 2018, 10:35:24 PM
Nice results on Lyra2z, it makes me think that some really impressive results can be achieved on higher end cards in the future. I might even be convinced to turn one rig over to the windows dark side.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 12, 2018, 12:22:08 AM
https://i.imgur.com/okMvJ56.jpg

  • New Phi2 algorithm

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.4.0/CryptoDredge_0.4.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 12, 2018, 12:23:15 AM
https://i.imgur.com/3ZQCp0L.png (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4129696)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: notblox1 on June 12, 2018, 01:36:48 AM
I am interested in Lyra2z testing and results.
1070
1070 Ti


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oserega1974 on June 12, 2018, 05:14:05 AM
Hello everyone, I have a problem
I downloaded CryptoDredge 0.4.0: NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
on the Lyra2z algorithm I get the problem, see the photo
https://b.radikal.ru/b39/1806/e8/489fb92c68dd.png (http://radikal.ru)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: thebest67 on June 12, 2018, 06:19:20 AM
I am interested in Lyra2z testing and results.
1070
1070 Ti
the same I am interresser to have results for the 1070 ti, that's what interests me if it is possible


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: somaton on June 12, 2018, 06:36:18 AM
oserega1974: try to read text in dark red - your GPU 1080 Ti is not supported.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 12, 2018, 07:04:07 AM
we are all willing to see lyra2z in your fast miner, your miner is the fastest


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: principino1984 on June 12, 2018, 07:38:17 AM
please update the miner to support 1080ti for lyra2z ... I've fot 20 tis ready to try your miner!



Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sadyas on June 12, 2018, 08:13:56 AM
we are all willing to see lyra2z in your fast miner, your miner is the fastest

I also hope faster lyra2z miner.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: joseph32 on June 12, 2018, 09:27:12 AM
Your miner is very promising! But I miss the API section. Can you add or enable the API (-b)?

Without API it is not possible to use your miner with the AwesomeMiner profit switching. I bet you will get tons of new clients with the API access  8)

If I try to use the -b command, CryptoDredge right now just show repeately this errors:
ERROR - Invalid size of privious hash
ERROR - Too small extranonce2 size
...


Ah yes, and the lyra2z support for 1080Ti's and you are the hero here ::)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: rgzrgz on June 12, 2018, 09:30:24 AM
energy consumption line more smooth


Neoscrypt  - asus gtx 1080 ti
https://hostingkartinok.com/show-image.php?id=d5d474fd9f97e189c48d5d8aaa701cde

Neoscrypt  - MSI gtx 1080 ti
https://hostingkartinok.com/show-image.php?id=e1cfba9c2191fd8fb086f89fddacc6aa


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: dmistr on June 12, 2018, 09:35:16 AM
Periodically on all rigs I observe the work of the miner in the "two streams", with a corresponding decrease in speed. What does it mean?
https://s15.postimg.cc/gtyphytor/Clip2net_180612115400.jpg


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cost82el on June 12, 2018, 09:42:46 AM
is not so fast in neoscrypt...excavator is better


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Mr.Spider703 on June 12, 2018, 10:41:08 AM
cool miner for Lyra2re2


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ShufStiX on June 12, 2018, 10:50:04 AM
0.3.0 and 0.4.0 crashes for Lyra2v2 after 1 hour. There is improvement on hash thou.
0.2.0 doesnt crash here is error report

https://imgur.com/a/aWtT4xU


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Supercoiner111 on June 12, 2018, 10:51:57 AM
API feature would be great..........


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 12, 2018, 12:14:38 PM
0.3.0 and 0.4.0 crashes for Lyra2v2 after 1 hour. There is improvement on hash thou.
0.2.0 doesnt crash here is error report

https://imgur.com/a/aWtT4xU

i think its so fast this miner so far working like sharm new version is impressive

https://s22.postimg.cc/pv4foadil/Cattura.jpg (https://postimg.cc/image/pv4foadil/)

6x 1060 3gb getting 170mh LOL!!!!!! incredible!!!!





Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.2.0 (Windows)
Post by: UselessGuru on June 12, 2018, 12:23:50 PM
Does this support API and --benchmark command?
Thanks!
--benchmark command will be available in the next release. API coming soon.

Oh Thanks.

Last question.
Does --device can use more than 10? ^_^

Yes, it can. There is no limit for the number of devices.

How exactly do I specify the devices?
What is the separator? Comma, Space, Semicolon?
What number format is used? Decimal or hex?
I assume devices start with 0.
Pls. give an example for 13 cards. e.g -d 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

And: Please support API! Thank you!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Seetth on June 12, 2018, 12:25:33 PM
Your miner is very promising! But I miss the API section. Can you add or enable the API (-b)?

Without API it is not possible to use your miner with the AwesomeMiner profit switching. I bet you will get tons of new clients with the API access  8)

If I try to use the -b command, CryptoDredge right now just show repeately this errors:
ERROR - Invalid size of privious hash
ERROR - Too small extranonce2 size
...


Ah yes, and the lyra2z support for 1080Ti's and you are the hero here ::)

+1 for awesomeminer support


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: principino1984 on June 12, 2018, 01:23:30 PM
Your miner is very promising! But I miss the API section. Can you add or enable the API (-b)?

Without API it is not possible to use your miner with the AwesomeMiner profit switching. I bet you will get tons of new clients with the API access  8)

If I try to use the -b command, CryptoDredge right now just show repeately this errors:
ERROR - Invalid size of privious hash
ERROR - Too small extranonce2 size
...


Ah yes, and the lyra2z support for 1080Ti's and you are the hero here ::)

+1 for awesomeminer support

+2 ;)

Marco


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: lyolyalya on June 12, 2018, 01:54:36 PM
hey.great speeds as for me.can you add support -o option like -o stratum+tcp://???want to use it in third party software but need such syntax.thanks.
oops.sorry.it's working.just need to use native window.nevermind=)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: jewbsv on June 12, 2018, 02:04:31 PM
Need access to the API).
7*1080Ti
https://d.radikal.ru/d03/1806/7a/8d3ed175063f.png


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: gaalx01 on June 12, 2018, 02:40:50 PM
Is there any support for the command - similar in ccminer -b 0.0.0.0:4068 for collecting information on API about the work of the miners.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kdinx on June 12, 2018, 03:58:43 PM
My testing
OS :windows 10
driver 397

all GPU TDP 70%, cclock +100 , memory 0

algo lyra2rev2 , pool NH

GTX1080ti: excavator 66MH-->cryptodredge 72MH
GTX1080: Excavator 50MH-->cryptodredge 55MH
GTX1070ti:Excavator 44MH-->cryptodredge 49MH
GTX1050ti:Excavator 14MH-->cryptodredge 15MH

problem detected: sometimes miner will hang if you try to access PC with teamviewer. Make sure it run first then close your teamviewer and then dont try to log in anymore!
some gtx1080 cannot run this.error appeared. Maybe i will try to reduce intensity but currently i am busy to rectify it so for rig that cannot use cryptodredge I will stick to excavator

overall comment : Very nice! currently using it



Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: somaton on June 12, 2018, 04:04:46 PM
I stopped using teamviewer because it caused too many stability issues with mining (even before this miner become available), so i switched to other remote control app and no more problems.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kdinx on June 12, 2018, 04:10:54 PM
I stopped using teamviewer because it caused too many stability issues with mining (even before this miner become available), so i switched to other remote control app and no more problems.

what remote program you use sir?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: BeeDeeEff on June 12, 2018, 05:04:35 PM
Has anyone gotten this miner to work mining on P2Pool?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 12, 2018, 05:43:33 PM
we are all willing to see lyra2z in your fast miner, your miner is the fastest

I also hope faster lyra2z miner.
The priority now is to port for Linux. Sorry, you'll have to wait for Lyra2Z.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 12, 2018, 05:54:19 PM
Your miner is very promising! But I miss the API section. Can you add or enable the API (-b)?

Without API it is not possible to use your miner with the AwesomeMiner profit switching. I bet you will get tons of new clients with the API access  8)

If I try to use the -b command, CryptoDredge right now just show repeately this errors:
ERROR - Invalid size of privious hash
ERROR - Too small extranonce2 size
...


Ah yes, and the lyra2z support for 1080Ti's and you are the hero here ::)
We will give consideration to this proposal.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: mo35 on June 12, 2018, 06:01:48 PM
Your miner is very promising! But I miss the API section. Can you add or enable the API (-b)?

Without API it is not possible to use your miner with the AwesomeMiner profit switching. I bet you will get tons of new clients with the API access  8)

If I try to use the -b command, CryptoDredge right now just show repeately this errors:
ERROR - Invalid size of privious hash
ERROR - Too small extranonce2 size
...


Ah yes, and the lyra2z support for 1080Ti's and you are the hero here ::)
We will give consideration to this proposal.

api is must have , thanks
+1


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: enerbyte on June 12, 2018, 06:24:24 PM
working without problems.

https://i.imgur.com/4sXUpo6.png

Thanks!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: akuci on June 12, 2018, 06:39:21 PM
I would like to see power draw of my cards also in console.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: enasistem on June 12, 2018, 07:28:00 PM
Reconnect problem after dev fee session only on lyra2z algo with 0.3.0 and 0.4.0 on two of my rigs.
The same problem on Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Another rig with 1050 on Windows 7 after dev fee session lowered the hashrate to 550 - 600 KH/s from 1000 KH/s - lyra2z algo.

https://i.imgur.com/V1ukDZQ.jpg

Lyra2rev2 works ok on the same rigs. No reconnect problems.

Sometimes Nicehash split the hasrate on the same workers.

Tested only on Nicehash.

It would be nice to see lyra2z on higher GTX graphic cards.
And API too.

Congratulations !


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: nokia5556 on June 12, 2018, 07:55:52 PM
Waiting for API, will implement support for EthControl for https://minermonitoring.com


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Benefit14snake on June 12, 2018, 10:36:22 PM
Working well with my farm.

Please continue your work on lyra2v2 - its a fantastic miner.


Have it running across 12 rigs and 72 cards - mostly 1080ti


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: mirny on June 12, 2018, 11:10:46 PM
we are all willing to see lyra2z in your fast miner, your miner is the fastest

I also hope faster lyra2z miner.
The priority now is to port for Linux. Sorry, you'll have to wait for Lyra2Z.

Linux version would be nice.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: MRizkBV on June 12, 2018, 11:39:02 PM
Can you please create a Discord server so we follow the updates there? Thanks.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: befocus on June 13, 2018, 12:06:42 AM
nice work guys, +1 for API


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: BeeDeeEff on June 13, 2018, 12:41:31 AM
Any chance this miner will add stratum server support?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kerzNOberz on June 13, 2018, 04:54:01 AM
Much appreciated! I see an increase in hashrate by 5-10Mh/s for lyra2v2 on my 1080 Tis. This is a big improvement so I'll continue using your software.

I'd love to see a few things:

1) Linux version
2) Discord for releases / discussion
3) Stratum


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kerzNOberz on June 13, 2018, 05:00:54 AM
My speeds:

https://i.imgur.com/8AzZUai.png

EVGA FTW3 1080Ti +100 clock
MSI Duke 1080Ti +120 clock

With ccminer I only get around 70Mh/s each. Excavator gives around 75Mh/s each, so this is still higher. Definitely heats them up though.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: HashAuger on June 13, 2018, 06:35:13 AM
https://i.imgur.com/eWqlHAf.png

  • Add --log option to log output to file
  • Add --no-color option to force color off
  • Improve Lyra2REv2
  • Fix reconnect bug with NiceHash pool
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.3.0/CryptoDredge_0.3.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

Thank you for adding the log and no-color options.  With these new options, I have been able to add CryptoDredge to my algorithm-switching software Hash Auger https://hashauger.com (https://hashauger.com).  A few users who have already tested your miner have found it to be faster than both Excavator and Palginmod at Lyra2v2 on Nicehash and a couple other pools.  Keep up the good work.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 13, 2018, 07:08:49 AM
working without problems.

https://i.imgur.com/4sXUpo6.png

Thanks!

Your settings for this speeds? Thanks

Tdp
Core
Memory


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.3.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 13, 2018, 07:10:30 AM
https://i.imgur.com/eWqlHAf.png

  • Add --log option to log output to file
  • Add --no-color option to force color off
  • Improve Lyra2REv2
  • Fix reconnect bug with NiceHash pool
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.3.0/CryptoDredge_0.3.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

Thank you for adding the log and no-color options.  With these new options, I have been able to add CryptoDredge to my algorithm-switching software Hash Auger https://hashauger.com (https://hashauger.com).  A few users who have already tested your miner have found it to be faster than both Excavator and Palginmod at Lyra2v2 on Nicehash and a couple other pools.  Keep up the good work.



Wow!! I love your miner and i was searching who between all multiminers are including cryptodredge... And you did!!!! Going to use your app again is the best!!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: dmistr on June 13, 2018, 08:55:35 AM
Periodically on all rigs I observe the work of the miner in the "two streams", with a corresponding decrease in speed. What does it mean?
https://s15.postimg.cc/gtyphytor/Clip2net_180612115400.jpg
I still have not received an answer to my question. No one else noticed the strange behavior of the miner? At me it was on version 0.3.0 and continues on 0.4.0


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: vlada10 on June 13, 2018, 09:27:57 AM
I have prob  with my msi gaming x 1080ti. 397 drivers, cuda 9.2.
Error : there are no avalable devices.

Working on my othere 1080 and 1060 rigs with no prob...
Please help !


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Bananana on June 13, 2018, 12:52:11 PM
Is there a way to disable auto start CryptoDredge on pc restart and when error? Thanks


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: CazeW on June 13, 2018, 02:35:50 PM
Is there a way to disable auto start CryptoDredge on pc restart and when error? Thanks

I second this. It's also causing a problem with NemosMiner so that the miner doesn't always close when switching.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: elinton on June 13, 2018, 03:25:58 PM
Some weird hashrates here. Two 1080's hashing at 52Mh/s, three at 44. All exact same clock settings... Not too sure what causes the differences.





Put your energy in 60%, it will have a gain superior to other minerals and will not melt your welds, so you will lose your gpu.
Core clock +190, memory clock 0 and fans 80/87%.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 13, 2018, 03:32:27 PM
https://i.imgur.com/GYp8ymR.png

Three main tasks that are currently under development:

  • LINUX VERSION
  • API
  • Lyra2Z

Telegram Channel (http://t.me/cryptodredge) for announcements and information
Telegram Group (http://t.me/cryptodredgegroup) just chat


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: darkneorus on June 13, 2018, 04:16:33 PM
Some weird hashrates here. Two 1080's hashing at 52Mh/s, three at 44. All exact same clock settings... Not too sure what causes the differences.





Put your energy in 60%, it will have a gain superior to other minerals and will not melt your welds, so you will lose your gpu.
Core clock +190, memory clock 0 and fans 80/87%.
lowering the core voltage is way better than restricting the cards power ::)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: _javier_ on June 13, 2018, 09:55:35 PM
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU0 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.22Mh/s (Avr 44.36Mh/s) :T=64C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU1 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=40C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU2 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=37C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU3 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.40Mh/s (Avr 44.54Mh/s) :T=63C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - Total hashrate 88.89Mh/s

why is that some GPUs are idle? Im mining at Nicehash.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: enerbyte on June 14, 2018, 12:06:06 AM
working without problems.

https://i.imgur.com/4sXUpo6.png

Thanks!

Your settings for this speeds? Thanks

Tdp
Core
Memory

are not configured just add -i 21 in the command line.

https://i.imgur.com/SdkDIac.png


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: mirny on June 14, 2018, 01:08:23 AM
Some weird hashrates here. Two 1080's hashing at 52Mh/s, three at 44. All exact same clock settings... Not too sure what causes the differences.





Put your energy in 60%, it will have a gain superior to other minerals and will not melt your welds, so you will lose your gpu.
Core clock +190, memory clock 0 and fans 80/87%.
lowering the core voltage is way better than restricting the cards power ::)

And can you tell, how you can lower voltage on Nvidia.
I'm really curious.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: fr4nkthetank on June 14, 2018, 01:35:18 AM
I think its ctrl+f, anyways you can modify the voltage/clock curve.  Its still a good idea to limit power usage with the pl limit though, so get a watt value you like, then adjust clocks.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: mirny on June 14, 2018, 02:06:42 AM
I think its ctrl+f, anyways you can modify the voltage/clock curve.  Its still a good idea to limit power usage with the pl limit though, so get a watt value you like, then adjust clocks.

Sorry, I forget to mention, how to change voltage in Linux (Ubuntu).


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 14, 2018, 04:52:52 AM
working without problems.

https://i.imgur.com/4sXUpo6.png

Thanks!

Your settings for this speeds? Thanks

Tdp
Core
Memory

are not configured just add -i 21 in the command line.

https://i.imgur.com/SdkDIac.png


i 21??
this miner only have 6 levels of intensity how you can put 21?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: enerbyte on June 14, 2018, 06:49:40 AM
working without problems.

https://i.imgur.com/4sXUpo6.png

Thanks!

Your settings for this speeds? Thanks

Tdp
Core
Memory

are not configured just add -i 21 in the command line.

https://i.imgur.com/SdkDIac.png


i 21??
this miner only have 6 levels of intensity how you can put 21?

I have no idea just copy the previous configuration of ccminer and I have not had problems maybe it does not influence the hasrate, there you can see that I do not have any special configuration.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Aculan on June 14, 2018, 08:08:27 AM

Three main tasks that are currently under development:

  • LINUX VERSION
  • API
  • Lyra2Z

Telegram Channel (http://t.me/cryptodredge) for announcements and information
Telegram Group (http://t.me/cryptodredgegroup) just chat

Excellent miner, thank you. Waiting for Lyra2z, can you find out the approximate date release?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: _javier_ on June 14, 2018, 10:27:11 AM
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU0 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.22Mh/s (Avr 44.36Mh/s) :T=64C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU1 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=40C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU2 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=37C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU3 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.40Mh/s (Avr 44.54Mh/s) :T=63C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - Total hashrate 88.89Mh/s

why is that some GPUs are idle? Im mining at Nicehash.

anyone else having this problem? it seems a nicehash issue, as it works fine on another pool.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: fr4nkthetank on June 14, 2018, 12:53:47 PM
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU0 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.22Mh/s (Avr 44.36Mh/s) :T=64C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU1 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=40C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU2 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=37C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU3 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.40Mh/s (Avr 44.54Mh/s) :T=63C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - Total hashrate 88.89Mh/s

why is that some GPUs are idle? Im mining at Nicehash.

anyone else having this problem? it seems a nicehash issue, as it works fine on another pool.

Your GPUs have crashed.  reduce overclocks and/or increase power/voltage to the gpu.  44mhs is pushing it good, you should post card model, PL, core clock, mem clock and voltage.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: _javier_ on June 14, 2018, 01:07:14 PM
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU0 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.22Mh/s (Avr 44.36Mh/s) :T=64C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU1 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=40C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU2 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=37C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU3 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.40Mh/s (Avr 44.54Mh/s) :T=63C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - Total hashrate 88.89Mh/s

why is that some GPUs are idle? Im mining at Nicehash.

anyone else having this problem? it seems a nicehash issue, as it works fine on another pool.

Your GPUs have crashed.  reduce overclocks and/or increase power/voltage to the gpu.  44mhs is pushing it good, you should post card model, PL, core clock, mem clock and voltage.

they havent even started to hash.. i cant see them being loaded with work (in Afterburner).

they are Gigabyte Aorus 1070, 67% tdp, +100,+100, 391.35

they seem to work fine if i throw them on another pool.. but again they drop work after some time.
Some rigs work fine, but others fail... with no apparent reason (same setup, driver, etc etc). Cards are ok and they work fine on any other algo/miner.

They work perfect in Nicehash miner, but at 41 mhs (same pl, core, mem..)


Thanks for the tip, ill try 67%, +50,-512 and see what they do.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: dmistr on June 14, 2018, 02:35:55 PM
Periodically on all rigs I observe the work of the miner in the "two streams", with a corresponding decrease in speed. What does it mean?
https://s15.postimg.cc/gtyphytor/Clip2net_180612115400.jpg
I still have not received an answer to my question. No one else noticed the strange behavior of the miner? At me it was on version 0.3.0 and continues on 0.4.0
I want to once again pay attention to my question. Is he deliberately ignored?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oxxi on June 14, 2018, 02:58:50 PM
Hello.

Why people reduce the memory clock ?
Maybe to gain some watts ? Or to have a better stability ?

So,
with Nicehash, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 257 MH/s
with CryptoDredge, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 280 MH/s

It's good but Nicehash is cool with its dashboard and statistics

Is it possible to hash with CryptoDredge using the Nicehash's Pool and to have an auto conversion ?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 14, 2018, 03:35:29 PM
Hello.

Why people reduce the memory clock ?
Maybe to gain some watts ? Or to have a better stability ?

So,
with Nicehash, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 257 MH/s
with CryptoDredge, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 280 MH/s

It's good but Nicehash is cool with its dashboard and statistics

Is it possible to hash with CryptoDredge using the Nicehash's Pool and to have an auto conversion ?

yes i am doing this

just use their stratum server pool


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: _javier_ on June 14, 2018, 10:23:20 PM
i have to stop using this miner.

It stops hashing (getting work?) after a while. It shows 0mh/s doing lyrarev2 from nicehash.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kdinx on June 15, 2018, 03:13:26 AM
Hello.

Why people reduce the memory clock ?
Maybe to gain some watts ? Or to have a better stability ?

So,
with Nicehash, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 257 MH/s
with CryptoDredge, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 280 MH/s

It's good but Nicehash is cool with its dashboard and statistics

Is it possible to hash with CryptoDredge using the Nicehash's Pool and to have an auto conversion ?

Your hash a bit low for 6 x 1080
Can you tell me your brand of gpu, and msi AB setting?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: pupkinv on June 15, 2018, 07:54:37 AM
i have to stop using this miner.

It stops hashing (getting work?) after a while. It shows 0mh/s doing lyrarev2 from nicehash.

May be it's a problem of nicehash. I'm constantly hashing  for 3 days


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 15, 2018, 09:37:18 AM
Periodically on all rigs I observe the work of the miner in the "two streams", with a corresponding decrease in speed. What does it mean?
https://s15.postimg.cc/gtyphytor/Clip2net_180612115400.jpg
I still have not received an answer to my question. No one else noticed the strange behavior of the miner? At me it was on version 0.3.0 and continues on 0.4.0
I want to once again pay attention to my question. Is he deliberately ignored?
We're trying to figure out what's wrong. Thank you for waiting.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Josefonaut on June 15, 2018, 12:45:48 PM
On neoscrypt my 1080 i get 1305kh with cryptodredge 0.40  1350kh with excavator +100 +450 108PL. Seem like you have a solid platform to build from, I will keep an eye miner as it evolves will need something to replace excavator as they have discontinued support for pools that aren't nicehash related.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: fr4nkthetank on June 15, 2018, 01:11:48 PM
I havent seen the hashrate drop by half yet, nor anything else for that matter on my test rig.  I havent checked the network traffic though.  So far pool side seems ok but i need to run it 3-4-5 days to get a good picture of pool side hashrate, errors, and dev fees.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 15, 2018, 02:04:03 PM
Is there a way to disable auto start CryptoDredge on pc restart and when error? Thanks

I second this. It's also causing a problem with NemosMiner so that the miner doesn't always close when switching.
We will try to solve this problem.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oxxi on June 15, 2018, 09:30:24 PM
Hello.

Why people reduce the memory clock ?
Maybe to gain some watts ? Or to have a better stability ?

So,
with Nicehash, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 257 MH/s
with CryptoDredge, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 280 MH/s

It's good but Nicehash is cool with its dashboard and statistics

Is it possible to hash with CryptoDredge using the Nicehash's Pool and to have an auto conversion ?

Your hash a bit low for 6 x 1080
Can you tell me your brand of gpu, and msi AB setting?

Hello.

These are only Gygabyte and one of is a G1.

Atm, I'm testing stability.
Power limit 65%
Core clock +0
Memory clock +0


Hello.

Why people reduce the memory clock ?
Maybe to gain some watts ? Or to have a better stability ?

So,
with Nicehash, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 257 MH/s
with CryptoDredge, 6x1080 @ 65% +0/+0 ==> 280 MH/s

It's good but Nicehash is cool with its dashboard and statistics

Is it possible to hash with CryptoDredge using the Nicehash's Pool and to have an auto conversion ?

yes i am doing this

just use their stratum server pool

Could you give me an example of the conf file to use stratum server pool ?
Ty


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: logitex1 on June 16, 2018, 01:23:16 AM
At some point will there be any Nvidia Volta optimizations (i.e. Titan V) for this miner?  I tried version 0.4.0 with the Titan V and LyraREv2 algo, and while it is on par with another miner I tested, it isn't any faster and thus have no incentive to switch.  I also tried --intensity=7, and while the program acknowledged it in the startup output, it didn't make any difference in hashrate (yes I see that intensity 6 is the max in the readme, but just wanted to test).  Thanks.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: stevascha on June 16, 2018, 05:12:40 AM
so this miner only good to lyra2z?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Infpwnz on June 16, 2018, 07:33:03 AM
Miner has too many stability issues, also startup is really weird and it launches twice when i put a shortcut in startup.
And when i dont it just launches on its own...
the speeds are good sure but i get critical errors and all sorts ofstability issues all the time. maybe future versions will be usable.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oserega1974 on June 16, 2018, 09:32:55 AM
Join the new wonderful coin. high price, new coin. Lyra2z

https://discordapp.com/oauth2/authorize?permissions=0&client_id=453337372709617685&scope=bot


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Mr.Spider703 on June 16, 2018, 09:33:54 AM
Join the new wonderful coin. high price, new coin. Lyra2z

https://discordapp.com/oauth2/authorize?permissions=0&client_id=453337372709617685&scope=bot
this link on bot


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 16, 2018, 12:11:26 PM
so this miner only good to lyra2z?
Good to
  • Allium
  • Lyra2REv2
  • PHI1612
  • Phi2


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 16, 2018, 12:12:50 PM
Miner has too many stability issues, also startup is really weird and it launches twice when i put a shortcut in startup.
And when i dont it just launches on its own...
the speeds are good sure but i get critical errors and all sorts ofstability issues all the time. maybe future versions will be usable.
We will provide bug tracking system in the next couple days.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 16, 2018, 12:22:23 PM
At some point will there be any Nvidia Volta optimizations (i.e. Titan V) for this miner?  I tried version 0.4.0 with the Titan V and LyraREv2 algo, and while it is on par with another miner I tested, it isn't any faster and thus have no incentive to switch.  I also tried --intensity=7, and while the program acknowledged it in the startup output, it didn't make any difference in hashrate (yes I see that intensity 6 is the max in the readme, but just wanted to test).  Thanks.
We have no plans to work with Volta in the near future because we don't have it. It might be better to try 0.2.1


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 16, 2018, 12:32:48 PM
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU0 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.22Mh/s (Avr 44.36Mh/s) :T=64C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU1 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=40C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU2 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=37C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU3 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.40Mh/s (Avr 44.54Mh/s) :T=63C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - Total hashrate 88.89Mh/s

why is that some GPUs are idle? Im mining at Nicehash.
Please help us figure out what's going on. Could you specify GPUs by -d 1,2?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: xixou on June 16, 2018, 02:02:37 PM
Works great for neoscrypt but not for zcoin:

http://users.skynet.be/xixou/cryptodredge.png (http://users.skynet.be/xixou/cryptodredge.png)

Edit: Fails when stratum difficulty changes on http://antminepool.com for vivo coin


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: _javier_ on June 16, 2018, 09:06:02 PM
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU0 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.22Mh/s (Avr 44.36Mh/s) :T=64C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU1 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=40C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU2 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 0.00h/s (Avr 0.00h/s) : T=37C Fan=0%
[18:54:20] INFO  - GPU3 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 : 44.40Mh/s (Avr 44.54Mh/s) :T=63C Fan=50%
[18:54:20] INFO  - Total hashrate 88.89Mh/s

why is that some GPUs are idle? Im mining at Nicehash.
Please help us figure out what's going on. Could you specify GPUs by -d 1,2?

yes, i specify them all -d 0,1,2,3
in the long run, many other rigs do the same.
i only used nicehash, dunno if thats related to the problem


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: fr4nkthetank on June 17, 2018, 01:46:10 PM
So after some testing the first thing that pops up to me is one rig is mining, sending shares.  But the rig is offline on my pool and no shares are accepted, and none have been for some time now.


Got some explaining to do.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Krezi777 on June 17, 2018, 03:03:50 PM
You just need to work and not connect various adaptations. You give more for electricity denyuzhek than you earn on the video card. Is it really necessary, is it worth it?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: tazmako on June 17, 2018, 08:47:44 PM
have plan to make lyra2z support for 1080ti?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: lyolyalya on June 18, 2018, 03:55:25 AM
is there some option to autoclose the miner if it fails to connect?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: reciu on June 18, 2018, 10:55:58 AM
Hi devs, any plans to add -r command to close miner when connectcion lost? This is important on miningpoolhub on multi algo


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 18, 2018, 03:14:38 PM
https://i.imgur.com/GYp8ymR.png

v0.4.1 released

  • Improve Lyra2REv2
  • Add check for new versions
  • Remove limitation for Lyra2Z
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.4.1/CryptoDredge_0.4.1.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: EdgeOfSanity on June 18, 2018, 03:38:10 PM
please add api access to the miner. I will not use miners that do not have it.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: darkneorus on June 18, 2018, 04:32:07 PM
please add api access to the miner. I will not use miners that do not have it.
I second this.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: xixou on June 18, 2018, 05:00:53 PM
https://i.imgur.com/GYp8ymR.png

v0.4.1 released

  • Improve Lyra2REv2
  • Add check for new versions
  • Remove limitation for Lyra2Z
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.4.1/CryptoDredge_0.4.1.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

Thanks, works fine on gtx1070 now.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kdinx on June 18, 2018, 05:11:45 PM
quick review for 0.4.1

1st rig
RIG- GTX 1080 MSI Gaming X 6pc (the best performer in my collection)
Driver 391.xx
TDP 70% coreclock 130 memory 0

Algo Lyra 2z
Pool : nicehash

Miner                ccminer 2.2.5     Excavator(bundled in NH 2.0.2.4) Cryptodredge 0.4.1
hash (perGPU)            2.3MH               2.46MH                                  2.8MH
Power consumption (watt-o-meter)   690w             710w                980W   
Temp                  65c                     70c                70C   



2nd rig
GTX1080ti x 8 (Zotac amp) - only can afford this LOL
Driver 391.xx
TDP 70% coreclock 100 memory 0

Algo Lyra 2z
Pool : nicehash

Miner                ccminer 2.2.5     Excavator(bundled in NH 2.0.2.4) Cryptodredge 0.4.1
hash (perGPU)            2.9MH        3.1MH                          3.65MH
Power consumption (watt-o-meter)   not measure yet     not measure yet        not measure yet   
Temp                    65c               70c                             70C   


other issues:
 It seems when initial starting of miner, will get lot of rejection rate and slower hashrate, However after 3-4minutes hashrate increased and hasrate become as above
_________________________________________________
for lyra2rev 2 (or lyra2v2)

RIG- GTX 1080 MSI Gaming X 6pc
Driver 391.xx
TDP 70% coreclock 130 memory 0

Algo Lyra2rev2
Pool : nicehash

Miner                Cryptodredge 0.4.    Cryptodredge 0.4.1
hash (perGPU)                55MH                 56.6MH
Power consumption (watt-o-meter)   980w           980w


my verdict:
good performer. However power consumption and temp increase for lyra2z. Not power efficient anymore with this miner
Will use it. Keep the good job


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Johnjay06 on June 18, 2018, 10:51:48 PM
Anyone compared to coolminer for lyra2z yet?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Johnjay06 on June 18, 2018, 11:18:17 PM
Did a small test. My 6 1080tis run around 21.5 mh on coolminer. I was sitting at 22.5 with cryptodredge with the same settings. Only thing, is that my Temps were around 8 degrees Celsius hotter with cryptodredge. Settings are 80% +75 core - 502 on mem with 21 intensity. Hope it helps


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: JackIT on June 19, 2018, 12:54:10 AM

Lyra2z - Head to Head test of CoolMiner 1.3 Vs CryptoDredge 0.4.1


Hash rate numbers are vanity metrics and can be gamed.  The only thing I care about is "which miner puts more coins in my wallet?" I've done dozens of Head to Head tests in the past see: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3385643.0

I've decided to test CoolMiner 1.3 Vs CryptoDredge 0.4.1 to see which one mines more coins on Lyra2z.



MINERS:
CoolMiner 1.3 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4412370.0) intensity = 20
CryptoDredge 0.4.1 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4129696.0) intensity = 6

The Setup:
I use a 12 GPU 1080Ti rig on Windows 10, split into three mining instances of 4 GPU's each (for this test, only two of the instances are used). All three mining instances are balanced to get as close to the same hash rate as possible.
Each mining instance is running at the same time on the same machine mining on the same pool.

Overclock settings: 100% TDP, NO overclocking
Drivers: Nvidia 398.11



Test 1 Results: Test aborted :(

about 4 hours into the test, the rig crashed. I'm confident that it was due to CryptoDredge, the rig had close to two weeks of uptime running Coolminer.
When I went to restart CryptoDredge, I got the following error: > Error: bad lexical cast: source type value could not be interpreted as target

Given the increased temps, increased power draw, and stability issues; I cannot recommend CryptoDredge, even if it does provide a few percentage point gain over Coolminer.
I'll wait until CryptoDredge has the bugs worked out to give it another try

  • [CoolMiner 1.3]  -  Pool Link (https://gos.cx/?address=MXBLJxLNTEE3b1mdoyafdUdbsdz3hBUoNe)
  • [CryptoDredge 0.4.1]  - - Pool Link (https://gos.cx/?address=MPAzM7DS2x2JLA6FuRqWtnQDJDeTFewvNL)



Notes on CryptoDredge:
  • GPU's run about 6-8 degrees Celcius hotter than with coolminer
  • The GPU count starts at 0, whereas ccminer variants start the count at 1. this obviously makes a difference when using the -d flag
  • Intensity ranges from 0 to 6, 1080Ti defaults to a 6
  • I initially had issues with stability. The miner would crash the rig after a minute or two of running. I had 397 drivers on the rig, which I knew caused issues for some miners. So I DDU'd the rig, installed 398 drivers, and didn't overclock... that seemed to clear up the problem.
  • No API support :(



Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Johnjay06 on June 19, 2018, 01:24:31 AM
Why you think such a heat difference?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kerzNOberz on June 19, 2018, 03:38:25 AM
Would love if you could test t-rex (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4432704.0) vs Crypto Dredge. I think t-rex is a little faster, but no Windows version yet so maybe it's not possible with your setup. Thanks JackIT


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Boba_Fett on June 19, 2018, 08:19:48 AM
Good perfs in L2Z but high power consumption

With 6 x 1080Ti PL 80% GPU +100 RAM +0

CryptoDredge : 22.1 Mhs - 1340W
Ccminer Tpruvot : 20.3 Mhs - 980W



Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kukucumber on June 19, 2018, 08:46:00 AM
теперь бы под linux дождаться


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 19, 2018, 11:10:22 AM
https://i.imgur.com/GYp8ymR.png
We launched the bug tracking system, feel free to report issues

Create New Ticket (https://bugs.cryptodredge.org/newticket)
View Active Tickets (https://bugs.cryptodredge.org/report/1)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sandinthebones on June 19, 2018, 01:44:09 PM
waiting for linux version


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: _javier_ on June 19, 2018, 04:09:09 PM
Still having problems at Nicehash on a multi gpu rig.. one device start to hash, while the others idle.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Mikanoshi on June 19, 2018, 04:16:21 PM
Hashrates are way better, yes, but not everyone are mining on specialized farms...
Intensity does nothing, so even on zero very noticeable UI slowdowns.
Any chance for the real low intensity?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sereupin on June 19, 2018, 10:57:30 PM
hello.. it will be possible to have the parameter of difficult for to set up a fixed value ?   es:  d=256


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: preda on June 20, 2018, 07:21:14 AM
HI DEV THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR LYRA2Z i was looking forward to try it!!! Your miner is the best in all crypto world!!!! Here some results with lyra2z and 1060 3gb


https://s8.postimg.cc/iuffbvpm9/Screenshot_20180620-091636_Team_Viewer.jpg (https://postimg.cc/image/iuffbvpm9/)


Lyra2v2 does 29mh with 1060 3gb


Can you make a linux version so i can use with hiveos or smos thanks!!!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 20, 2018, 01:12:16 PM
REMINDER

Bug writing guidelines:
  • OS
  • GPUs (specific models)
  • Driver version
  • Overclocking parameters (core, mem, voltage)
  • Watchdog, monitoring app
  • Screenshot or log
  • Pool
  • Algo


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oserega1974 on June 20, 2018, 07:59:44 PM
Hello, thank you for the program, it makes good progress, but for the algorithm lyra2z with video cards 1080 ti it works worse than any program existing now.
temperature is 10-15 degrees higher than the other miner, the consumption of electricity is higher by 25%
there are errors and overloading of the miner.
I think you will fix it soon, thank you, you are doing good


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Frankie001 on June 20, 2018, 09:20:48 PM
Can't remember what speed my cards ran on lyra2z but the total hash was 7.6-7.8 mhs, on your miner it's definitely improved, it's now on +9 mhs, gtx 1070 = 2.1mhs and gtx 1060 6gb = 1.3 mhs


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: principino1984 on June 20, 2018, 09:46:24 PM
1080ti 2012MHz core clock and -500mhz mem
coolMiner 3500Khs and 132W
CryptoDrege 3800khs and 187,5W

Good performance but still better coolMiner, with this wattage we should reach 4300khs more ore less.

Great job anyway, can't wait to get new versions

Marco


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oserega1974 on June 21, 2018, 06:40:04 AM
please tell me what intensity to put for 1080ti algo lyra2z


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: luckydoky on June 21, 2018, 07:54:23 AM
Is it possible to add block found and difficulty ?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sans on June 21, 2018, 08:56:28 AM
cant correct (with show hashrate and show accept) add to awersomeminer farms - no api support (better compatible with ccminer or other popular miners). yes its have more hashrate,but w/o full control == 0


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oberrz on June 21, 2018, 09:15:26 PM
Lyra2z
There is some issue with Power that miner use while dev's fee mining happen.
It makes my GPUs drivers and Afterburner crash

https://postimg.cc/image/pdnvz4h0x/

some logs

[16:20:22] INFO  - 530/2 Pool accepted share
[16:20:27] INFO  - 531/2 Pool accepted share
[16:20:27] INFO  - Start DevFee Session
[16:20:51] ERROR - GPU3 stopped working due to a critical error
[16:20:51] ERROR - GPU0 stopped working due to a critical error
---
[13:12:46] INFO  - Received new job #1b8
[13:12:48] INFO  - 1384/8 Pool accepted share
[13:12:59] INFO  - Start DevFee Session
[13:13:24] ERROR - GPU1 stopped working due to a critical error
[13:13:24] ERROR - GPU5 stopped working due to a critical error


looks like when dev's mining start it makes some changes with OC GPU's ???

fix it please, it makes impossible to use miner


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kerzNOberz on June 21, 2018, 09:36:27 PM
has anyone successfully deployed this with awesome miner? i can't get it to run, perhaps because of the lack of API support.

if you have working with awesome miner, can you post your settings?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 22, 2018, 01:24:10 AM
has anyone successfully deployed this with awesome miner? i can't get it to run, perhaps because of the lack of API support.

if you have working with awesome miner, can you post your settings?
ccminer-compatible API will be available in the next release, stay tuned


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kerzNOberz on June 22, 2018, 03:37:22 AM
has anyone successfully deployed this with awesome miner? i can't get it to run, perhaps because of the lack of API support.

if you have working with awesome miner, can you post your settings?
ccminer-compatible API will be available in the next release, stay tuned

perfect! thank you


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Ogionion on June 22, 2018, 06:32:35 AM
Hello, could we connect CryptoDredge to Awesome Miner? who already connected help


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: LongJohnCrytpto on June 22, 2018, 07:24:00 AM
Hello, could we connect CryptoDredge to Awesome Miner? who already connected help

You can start by reading two posts above yours.



This miner currently crashes at times when switching to the dev fee that crashes drivers. If it makes any changes to the OC settings, please remove that for safety reasons. Great hashrates. Not stable.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: brooklynite1 on June 22, 2018, 07:39:55 AM
not more than Nicehash miner which is free. Why do we need to use with 1% fee.

One has to be either really lazy or really stupid to use Nicehash. The payout schedule is horrible. The minimum payouts are ridiculously high 0.1BTC?? WTF it will take my $4000 RIG almost 3 months to make that much. And they "DISCARD" basically "STEAL" my left over coins below 0.001 BTC? That is crazy dumb.

https://www.nicehash.com/help/when-and-how-do-you-get-paid


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: dafuzz_rsa on June 22, 2018, 07:58:41 AM
not more than Nicehash miner which is free. Why do we need to use with 1% fee.

One has to be either really lazy or really stupid to use Nicehash. The payout schedule is horrible. The minimum payouts are ridiculously high 0.1BTC?? WTF it will take my $400 RIG almost 3 months to make that much. And they "DISCARD" basically "STEAL" my left over coins below 0.001 BTC? That is crazy dumb.

https://www.nicehash.com/help/when-and-how-do-you-get-paid

You should be really careful when throwing the term stupid about when you spew as much none sense after what you type after it ;)

Ontopic : LOVE this miner, thank you so much! kudos to your dev team, will happily pay your 1% for the type of increases ive seen
Cant wait for two specific relases from you guys, API Access and a Linux version.
Much appreciated and have a great weekend


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oberrz on June 22, 2018, 10:24:06 AM
2cryptodredge

Why don't you react to my post above ?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 22, 2018, 11:38:01 AM
Lyra2z
There is some issue with Power that miner use while dev's fee mining happen.
It makes my GPUs drivers and Afterburner crash

https://postimg.cc/image/pdnvz4h0x/

some logs

[16:20:22] INFO  - 530/2 Pool accepted share
[16:20:27] INFO  - 531/2 Pool accepted share
[16:20:27] INFO  - Start DevFee Session
[16:20:51] ERROR - GPU3 stopped working due to a critical error
[16:20:51] ERROR - GPU0 stopped working due to a critical error
---
[13:12:46] INFO  - Received new job #1b8
[13:12:48] INFO  - 1384/8 Pool accepted share
[13:12:59] INFO  - Start DevFee Session
[13:13:24] ERROR - GPU1 stopped working due to a critical error
[13:13:24] ERROR - GPU5 stopped working due to a critical error


looks like when dev's mining start it makes some changes with OC GPU's ???

fix it please, it makes impossible to use miner
This is a known problem. The fix is still in a testing phase


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Felunk on June 22, 2018, 03:33:52 PM
Anyone getting 'error -1001' "ERROR - There are no available devices"?  Only one rig does this but all other miners work fine on this rig except CryptoDredge.  Only thing I can think of is that I did downgrade nvidia drivers from 398.11 to 397.64 recently.   Was having stability issues with 398 and all other rigs run 397.64 also....can't wait for the update!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: dmistr on June 22, 2018, 06:19:19 PM
Who has achieved what results in overclocking at 1080Ti on Lyra2rev2?
First of all, the maximal hash is not interested, but the consumption/hash ratio


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: fr4nkthetank on June 22, 2018, 08:59:52 PM
Who has achieved what results in overclocking at 1080Ti on Lyra2rev2?
First of all, the maximal hash is not interested, but the consumption/hash ratio

just change algo honestly, either you pay high electric or you pay cheap electric.  high electric, high heat area, mine lyra2z.  low electric low heat situation then mine lyra2rev2 :)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.4.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sereupin on June 23, 2018, 08:17:49 PM
about awesome miner i readed to wait for next release.. sounds good thanks!... about to can setting the difficult ? there will be this parameter?

Wich config you use with your 1080ti ?  and with what hashrate?


anyway, after a couple of hours, the miner crash and some gpu stop to work.. to close the miner become impossible and only forcing a reboot to my rig can solve the situation..

Hope a fix will come soon..


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 24, 2018, 07:42:03 AM
https://i.imgur.com/GYp8ymR.png

v0.5.0 released

  • Handle the CTRL-C signal
  • Indicate activity to suppress auto sleep mode
  • Add --no-watchdog option to force watchdog off
  • Fix crash after devfee's session is started
  • Add lyra2v2-old for -a option. Check Readme for more information
  • Fix intensity
  • Fix bug related to rolling logo

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.5.0/CryptoDredge_0.5.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

Troubleshooting

Watchdog

If you are using a third-party watchdog, you can disable the built-in watchdog by using --no-watchdog option.

Lyra2REv2 Issues

In case if you have issues with the current implementation of Lyra2REv2 (lyra2v2), you might want to try lyra2v2-old.
e.g. CryptoDredge -a lyra2v2-old -o POOL -u YOUR_WALLET


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sereupin on June 24, 2018, 09:50:02 AM
sorry but what do you mean with "(to prevent crash when is lyra2v2 used)" and "new method Lyra2REv2" ?!

I don't understand...

I am using a watchdog usb hardware in case the rig goes on freezing... should I disable it ?!

thanks

ps: still not compatible with Awesome miner?




edit:

after few minutes it stopped to work again, i think while it connects to dev fees and the program still can't be closed!!! i can only reboot the rig now

update2:

I am trying the "-a lyra2v2-old" and from +610Mh/s, now it works at 570Mh/s ; I noticed that every GPU works at similar hashrate now, instead of earlier when 4 GPU were working at 80Mh/s and other 4 GPU were working slower as you can see in the screenshot


The last advice that I want to give you is to implement the difficult parameter.. when i start to mine, I waste around 4/5 minutes with refused results or thousands of little result before that the pool adjust slowly the miner with highter difficult number... it is not good and it is necessary to can put a fixed number of difficult



http://i67.tinypic.com/2eed5vk.jpg


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 24, 2018, 01:29:33 PM
sorry but what do you mean with "(to prevent crash when is lyra2v2 used)" and "new method Lyra2REv2" ?!

I don't understand...

I am using a watchdog usb hardware in case the rig goes on freezing... should I disable it ?!

thanks

ps: still not compatible with Awesome miner?




edit:

after few minutes it stopped to work again, i think while it connects to dev fees and the program still can't be closed!!! i can only reboot the rig now

update2:

I am trying the "-a lyra2v2-old" and from +610Mh/s, now it works at 570Mh/s ; I noticed that every GPU works at similar hashrate now, instead of earlier when 4 GPU were working at 80Mh/s and other 4 GPU were working slower as you can see in the screenshot


The last advice that I want to give you is to implement the difficult parameter.. when i start to mine, I waste around 4/5 minutes with refused results or thousands of little result before that the pool adjust slowly the miner with highter difficult number... it is not good and it is necessary to can put a fixed number of difficult



http://i67.tinypic.com/2eed5vk.jpg
  • Sorry for the misunderstanding. In case if you have issues with the current implementation of Lyra2REv2 (lyra2v2), you might want to try lyra2v2-old
  • The built-in watchdog might conflict with a third-party watchdog. In that case, you could disable it
  • Awesome Miner will be available next week
  • Could you provide an example of a miner which provides "the difficult parameter"?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: pit63 on June 24, 2018, 01:54:44 PM
GREAT JOB!

My results for lyra2z:

1060:
PL 60 / Core Clock +150. It use 71watt for 1302kh/s

1070:
PL 55 / Core Clocke +150. It use 115w for 2132kh/s


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sereupin on June 24, 2018, 03:03:55 PM
First of all, thank you for your reply.

As I have already written in the past message, I am already trying to mine with "lyra2v2-old" parameter and it mines slower

when you say "you could disable it", do you mean to add this  "--no-watchdog"  ?

if i am not wrong, with ccminer you can add the parameter "-f, --diff-factor     Divide difficulty by this factor (default 1.0)" or with enemyminer you can add "
in Z-enemy miner, inside the readme.txt there is written "6) Yiimp pools rec manual diff, like : ( -p d=16 ) - for  small farms or  (-p d=48 )- for good farms like 6-8 1080ti"


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kerzNOberz on June 24, 2018, 03:54:09 PM
no API / awesome miner integration? :(


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 24, 2018, 04:15:47 PM
First of all, thank you for your reply.

As I have already written in the past message, I am already trying to mine with "lyra2v2-old" parameter and it mines slower

when you say "you could disable it", do you mean to add this  "--no-watchdog"  ?

if i am not wrong, with ccminer you can add the parameter "-f, --diff-factor     Divide difficulty by this factor (default 1.0)" or with enemyminer you can add "
in Z-enemy miner, inside the readme.txt there is written "6) Yiimp pools rec manual diff, like : ( -p d=16 ) - for  small farms or  (-p d=48 )- for good farms like 6-8 1080ti"
1. lyra2v2-old is a more stable implementation
2. Yep, you could disable it by adding --no-watchdog to command line
Code:
CryptoDredge -a neoscrypt -o neoscrypt.mine.zergpool.com:4233 -u YOURWALLET -p c=GBX --no-watchdog

3. And thank you for the information about difficulty option, We'll think about this.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Quake4 on June 24, 2018, 04:33:15 PM
2  CryptoDredge
Please, add simple API. Listen TCP port to any established connection write simple answer in json:
Code:
{
 "total": xxxxxxx.xx,
 "threads": [ xxxx.xx, xxxx.xx, ..... ]
}
and close connection.

this work to one-two hour ...


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: lyolyalya on June 24, 2018, 04:42:53 PM
First of all, thank you for your reply.

As I have already written in the past message, I am already trying to mine with "lyra2v2-old" parameter and it mines slower

when you say "you could disable it", do you mean to add this  "--no-watchdog"  ?

if i am not wrong, with ccminer you can add the parameter "-f, --diff-factor     Divide difficulty by this factor (default 1.0)" or with enemyminer you can add "
in Z-enemy miner, inside the readme.txt there is written "6) Yiimp pools rec manual diff, like : ( -p d=16 ) - for  small farms or  (-p d=48 )- for good farms like 6-8 1080ti"
1. lyra2v2-old is a more stable implementation
2. Yep, you could disable it by adding --no-watchdog to command line
Code:
CryptoDredge -a neoscrypt -o neoscrypt.mine.zergpool.com:4233 -u YOURWALLET -p c=GBX --no-watchdog

3. And thank you for the information about difficulty option, We'll think about this.

3.i thought that you already done this.cause i'm using it like ccminer and cryptodredge take static diff from my -p option well.
i think that not miner option=)seems like pool taking it from -p field via json reader or something=)so d=xxx is working.
i'm not talking about divider - not using it at all.

https://img.techpowerup.org/180624/p1kalmig2k222.jpg

https://img.techpowerup.org/180624/92c31apgjk148.jpg


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Freew0rld on June 24, 2018, 05:17:10 PM
GREAT JOB!

My results for lyra2z:

1060:
PL 60 / Core Clock +150. It use 71watt for 1302kh/s

1070:
PL 55 / Core Clocke +150. It use 115w for 2132kh/s


Could you write what intencity use? Here the result is around 40% less with PL 85%


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: lyolyalya on June 24, 2018, 06:19:27 PM
still needed miner exit option on stratum fail.i'm using miner control and after few hours there is 2 instances of the miner.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sereupin on June 25, 2018, 12:25:54 AM



you are right mate!  I tried to add this "-p c=HANA,d=206" and now the difficult is fixed as i wanted since the beginning of session...

I have noticed that my first 4 gpu run very fast... other 4 gpu have lower hashrate.. and i don't know how to fix it...  do you have this problem also? any idea how to fix ?



ps: the normal algo give more voltage than the "old".. now i am sure of this


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: pmdev on June 25, 2018, 05:32:14 AM
Hey,

Plan to add an algorithm HMQ1725?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oberrz on June 25, 2018, 09:54:19 AM
The problem with mining dev's fee is still there

https://ibb.co/c9GDn8


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: bragmining on June 25, 2018, 10:32:41 AM
Any Lyra2z hashrate benchmarks for 1080Ti?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: dafuzz_rsa on June 25, 2018, 12:38:15 PM
ETA For linux version? :)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sereupin on June 25, 2018, 02:11:14 PM
it continue to crash after few minutes or half hour of mining.. and to restart it I can only reboot the RIG. It isn't very nice to use this miner in this conditions, totally unstable.

Then, while it works, 4 gpu works slower, sometime the last one stop to work.


If not fixed, i am going to switch to another miner because I can't check my rig every 10 minutes crossfingering that everything is working fine.. totally waste of time and energy


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: lyolyalya on June 25, 2018, 03:49:26 PM
it continue to crash after few minutes or half hour of mining.. and to restart it I can only reboot the RIG. It isn't very nice to use this miner in this conditions, totally unstable.

Then, while it works, 4 gpu works slower, sometime the last one stop to work.


If not fixed, i am going to switch to another miner because I can't check my rig every 10 minutes crossfingering that everything is working fine.. totally waste of time and energy

something like that here.miner not always closes properly with 3rd party software and i have 2 instances running lyra2z and neoscrypt for example.1-2 hours and rebooting...if there is no -r or -eexit options like ccminer or ewbf in future - then such a good speeds are worthless...


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sereupin on June 25, 2018, 08:45:49 PM


something like that here.miner not always closes properly with 3rd party software and i have 2 instances running lyra2z and neoscrypt for example.1-2 hours and rebooting...if there is no -r or -eexit options like ccminer or ewbf in future - then such a good speeds are worthless...

yes, It mines fast but if every tot minutes or hour it crash my rig and i need to reboot, what I have earned I lose with this problems... I stop to use it till will be a stable version


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 26, 2018, 05:23:58 AM
it continue to crash after few minutes or half hour of mining.. and to restart it I can only reboot the RIG. It isn't very nice to use this miner in this conditions, totally unstable.

Then, while it works, 4 gpu works slower, sometime the last one stop to work.


If not fixed, i am going to switch to another miner because I can't check my rig every 10 minutes crossfingering that everything is working fine.. totally waste of time and energy

something like that here.miner not always closes properly with 3rd party software and i have 2 instances running lyra2z and neoscrypt for example.1-2 hours and rebooting...if there is no -r or -eexit options like ccminer or ewbf in future - then such a good speeds are worthless...
What's pool are you using?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 26, 2018, 06:14:22 AM
REMINDER

Bug writing guidelines:
  • Driver version
  • GPUs (specific models)
  • Overclocking parameters (core, mem, voltage)
  • Watchdog, monitoring app
  • Screenshot or log
  • Pool
  • Algo
  • OS


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: lyolyalya on June 26, 2018, 03:54:48 PM
REMINDER

Bug writing guidelines:
  • Driver version
  • GPUs (specific models)
  • Overclocking parameters (core, mem, voltage)
  • Watchdog, monitoring app
  • Screenshot or log
  • Pool
  • Algo
  • OS
mkay...
1)one rig with 1x1080ti+1x1080+1x1070ti+5x1070
2)160|+500(100% stable with other miners)
3)no
4)can't reproduce it
5)any pool
6)lyra2v2,lyra2z,neoscrypt
7)win 10x64 with latest packs

Miner control need to close one miner and open another miner when profitability of one algo is higher than another.with ccminer i can gat more than 5 days of working.with cryptodredge - no more than 8 hours.i just see two miners run at a time and after few hours - crash.tried no OC - same result.need just a proper exit if miner can't start mining for somehow.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 26, 2018, 04:03:27 PM
The 0.5.1_beta is available, please try to use it if you face some NiceHash/Allium dependent problems.  https://github.com/CryptoDredge/beta/releases/download/v0.5.1-beta/CryptoDredge_0.5.1-beta.zip


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: klondike_bar on June 26, 2018, 05:15:13 PM
Someone already tested these algorithms with a GTX 1080 Ti? ???

EVGA 1080ti SC, 76%PL, +90core, +125mem

lyra2z is giving 3.62MH
Lyra2r2 gives  73.7MH (minimal improvement from ~72.9MH in version 0.4.0)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: CryptoSperm on June 27, 2018, 07:32:16 AM
Can I solo mine with Cryptodredge?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: xixou on June 27, 2018, 07:45:23 PM
[21:43:43] INFO  - Selected pool: btx.suprnova.cc:3629
[21:43:43] INFO  - Selected algo: bitcore
[21:43:43] ERROR - Algorithm bitcore is unknown


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ad1000rso on June 28, 2018, 01:30:32 AM
My  miner have12% reject in pool, its regular?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: manzey on June 28, 2018, 01:42:12 AM
this is great...i had no idea about which gpu to buy... Now I know... Diving right into it now.. I just love mining


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 28, 2018, 08:17:55 AM
My  miner have12% reject in pool, its regular?
No, it isn't. Most probably you face bad-overclock or some kind of network problem.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cida on June 28, 2018, 01:27:51 PM
7x5x 1070, 75%PL, +190core, -500mem

Lyra2z is giving 10.88MH, while the second best is at 10.27MH
BUT, power drain is insanely grew up to 620W, while the second best is nailed at 480W.  ???

--- EDIT ---
I mistakenly reported 7x but it was 5x  :P


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: infPICO on June 28, 2018, 02:28:29 PM
In compare with second "fastest" miner for lyra2z (tested on 1080ti) is cryptodredge performing ~10% better, but consumes 30% more power and run hotter ofcourse.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: endemion on June 29, 2018, 09:23:49 AM
Hell Everyone! Can you say me pls, have the option on this miner like --api-bind=0.0.0.0:4068 or --api-allow=0/0  for i can use software EthMonitor. Thanks you!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Shodo on June 29, 2018, 10:15:08 AM
Just wanted to say - wow, really. Great work. Couldn't beleive numbers on the screen, but the pool tells the same, so somehow you managed to win over any ccminer. Most impressive.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner v0.1.0 (Windows)
Post by: Shodo on June 29, 2018, 10:20:19 AM
Someone already tested these algorithms with a GTX 1080 Ti? ???

EVGA 1080ti SC, 76%PL, +90core, +125mem

lyra2z is giving 3.62MH
Lyra2r2 gives  73.7MH (minimal improvement from ~72.9MH in version 0.4.0)

My L2V2 stats are:
81.5 best - 78 average - 1080 Ti
65.40 best - 62 average - 1080
PL is 100%


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: CryptoCoinMinerPaul on June 29, 2018, 03:27:21 PM
Doesn't Work in Awesome Miner Please FIX

Initialize diagnostics (40)
Starting Diagnostics. Awesome Miner version: 5.2.2
Starting Mining Software
Setting up Miner Engine. Instance: 5
Engine Type: 21, Auto Download: False, EnginePath: C:\Minerprograms\Cryptodredge\CryptoDredge.exe, Subtype: Disabled, CustomExecutable:
C:\Minerprograms\Cryptodredge\CryptoDredge.exe  -d 1 -i 6 -a lyra2z -o stratum+tcp://mct.pickaxe.pro:4558 -u MBv1uorHy6DF7KhFEmQZvt8ZHRirdJQ2RV.MSIGPU1 -p c=MCT,d=1 -b 0.0.0.0:4032   (WindowMode: ConsoleFormat, EngineType: 21, IsProfitMiner: True)
Configuration:

Configured command line:
-d 1 -i 6
> Error parsing options: Option 'b' does not exist
Failed to start miner process: Process has exited, so the requested information is not available.
Failed to start miner in Diagnostics mode
Diagnostics completed


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kerzNOberz on June 29, 2018, 03:51:07 PM
Yeah I haven't ever been able to get this to run with Awesome Miner for some reason either.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: CryptoCoinMinerPaul on June 29, 2018, 04:18:55 PM
Yeah I haven't ever been able to get this to run with Awesome Miner for some reason either.


I can get it to work in Awesome Miner using a managed miner and setting - (CryptoDredge compatibility to none) than set it up in the command line for the pool
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/420222899111329795/462290492340699146/cryptodredge_in_AM.png


BUT NO API RESULTS REPORTED
NO PROFIT SWITCHING
AND IS A PAIN IN THE ^*& TO SETUP THIS WAY


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: endemion on June 29, 2018, 05:18:34 PM
in what form (command) i can activet api monitoring?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: befocus on June 29, 2018, 08:33:00 PM
need an API


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: stolarzz on June 29, 2018, 09:43:35 PM
Very fast miner, get best results on PHI2 but it's a bit buggy. Sometimes on 9x1070ti hashrate is halving on every card i need to restart miner.
Other thing sometimes after mining dev fee it does not switch to my pool, it's mining nothing i think. Shares are not displaying.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: valsens on June 30, 2018, 05:41:18 AM
can you do a version that works with p2pool? thx


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: nitrobg on June 30, 2018, 07:46:44 AM
Why are you mining neoscrypt as devfee? My power draw increases by 50% while the devfee is running and the temperatures spike up. You'll kill someone's rig doing this.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: yaya79 on June 30, 2018, 11:09:34 AM
4 x 1070ti,
0.862V core = 75-80W per card.
https://preview.ibb.co/kn0U4y/image.jpg


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ztaz on June 30, 2018, 02:13:53 PM
tell me how long the developers respond to tickets, and where to see these answers  ???


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on June 30, 2018, 03:19:25 PM
tell me how long the developers respond to tickets, and where to see these answers  ???
Follow us on Telegram Channel (http://t.me/cryptodredgegroup)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ztaz on June 30, 2018, 03:59:49 PM
tell me how long the developers respond to tickets, and where to see these answers  ???
Follow us on Telegram Channel (http://t.me/cryptodredgegroup)
already there :)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 01, 2018, 02:59:56 PM
https://i.imgur.com/GYp8ymR.png

v0.6.0 released

  • Add ccminer 2.3 compatible API
  • Add --cpu-priority option to set process priority (0 - 5)
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.6.0/CryptoDredge_0.6.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

If you have difficulties with a setup of Awesome Miner with CryptoDredge, you might ask about it on Telegram Channel (http://t.me/cryptodredgegroup)

P.S.
Guys, the API is still in the development but you can check available API's features


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: befocus on July 01, 2018, 03:13:19 PM

v0.6.0 released

  • Add ccminer 2.3 compatible API
  • Add --cpu-priority option to set process priority (0 - 5)
  • Other minor fixes

Download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.6.0/CryptoDredge_0.6.0.zip)/Mirror (https://cryptodredge.org/download/latest)

If you have difficulties with a setup of Awesome Miner with CryptoDredge, you might ask about it on Telegram Channel (http://t.me/cryptodredgegroup)

Great job! Thank you


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Quake4 on July 01, 2018, 05:44:30 PM
cryptodredge

"-b 127.0.0.1:4444"

I open TCP connection, and write "summary" or "threads" and CD nothing answer. What is wrong?
(this code work fine with any ccminer)


Why not work this?
"-b localhost:4444"


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: NorbertColon on July 01, 2018, 05:56:55 PM
From the readme.txt it looks more like:

CryptoDredge.exe --api-type ccminer-tcp --api-port 4444


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oberrz on July 01, 2018, 06:06:58 PM
Are you gonna finally fix devs fee bug ?!!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 01, 2018, 06:09:34 PM
From the readme.txt it looks more like:

CryptoDredge.exe --api-type ccminer-tcp --api-port 4444
It was in beta. Now you might use only -b, --api-bind


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 01, 2018, 06:10:53 PM
From the readme.txt it looks more like:

CryptoDredge.exe --api-type ccminer-tcp --api-port 4444
default --api-type is ccminer-tcp


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 01, 2018, 06:11:49 PM
Are you gonna finally fix devs fee bug ?!!
Is it still crashing?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 01, 2018, 06:35:27 PM
cryptodredge

"-b 127.0.0.1:4444"

I open TCP connection, and write "summary" or "threads" and CD nothing answer. What is wrong?
(this code work fine with any ccminer)


Why not work this?
"-b localhost:4444"

Hm... Works fine for me on 127.0.0.1:4444. Could you check an another port or the firewall settings. We'll try to resolve issue with "-b localhost:4444"
https://i.imgur.com/rZsDbFa.png


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Quake4 on July 01, 2018, 07:11:53 PM
1. Could you check an another port or the firewall settings.
2. We'll try to resolve issue with "-b localhost:4444"

1. Firewall settings is default.
 Connection established. Command sended normally. Readed answer as `null`. No exceptions.

powershell code work with any ccminer:
Code:
$Client =[Net.Sockets.TcpClient]::new("127.0.0.1", "4444")
$Stream = $Client.GetStream()
$Writer = [IO.StreamWriter]::new($Stream)
$Reader = [IO.StreamReader]::new($Stream)

$Writer.WriteLine("summary")
$Writer.Flush()
$result = $Reader.ReadLine() # $Reader.ReadToEnd() same $null
Write-Host "Answer: $result"

2. Thanks.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: LeonidSosnovskiy on July 01, 2018, 08:28:39 PM
Titan V

Lyra2v2

cryptodredge - 114 Mh  - i 6

ccminer - 122 Mh          -i 22


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 01, 2018, 08:31:17 PM
1. Could you check an another port or the firewall settings.
2. We'll try to resolve issue with "-b localhost:4444"

1. Firewall settings is default.
 Connection established. Command sended normally. Readed answer as `null`. No exceptions.

powershell code work with any ccminer:
Code:
$Client =[Net.Sockets.TcpClient]::new("127.0.0.1", "4444")
$Stream = $Client.GetStream()
$Writer = [IO.StreamWriter]::new($Stream)
$Reader = [IO.StreamReader]::new($Stream)

$Writer.WriteLine("summary")
$Writer.Flush()
$result = $Reader.ReadLine() # $Reader.ReadToEnd() same $null
Write-Host "Answer: $result"

2. Thanks.

Please, try $Writer.Write("summary"), because WriteLine sending "summary\r\n". We'll fix it


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oberrz on July 01, 2018, 09:16:50 PM
Are you gonna finally fix devs fee bug ?!!
Is it still crashing?

Yes, nothing changed !

https://ibb.co/c9GDn8


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 01, 2018, 09:30:22 PM
Are you gonna finally fix devs fee bug ?!!
Is it still crashing?

Yes, nothing changed !

https://ibb.co/c9GDn8
Try using -i 5. Apologies!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: joseph32 on July 02, 2018, 04:15:17 AM
I tried it to run with Nicehash Legacy, but the simple replacement of the ccminer will not work.

Does anyone knows the trick?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.5.1: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Thanhtamtg on July 02, 2018, 05:39:06 AM
Why are you mining neoscrypt as devfee? My power draw increases by 50% while the devfee is running and the temperatures spike up. You'll kill someone's rig doing this.
My rig dead lastnight :( claim it on 0.6.0


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Mr.Spider703 on July 02, 2018, 06:07:06 AM
my rig was restart on last version.
мой пк перезапустился сам на последней версии


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: nokia5556 on July 02, 2018, 06:08:13 AM
Thank you dev for API support, https://minermonitoring.com now supports with API reporting.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Quake4 on July 02, 2018, 06:35:08 AM
I tried it to run with Nicehash Legacy, but the simple replacement of the ccminer will not work.

Does anyone knows the trick?
Use MindMiner ;)
https://github.com/Quake4/MindMiner/releases/tag/v2.50


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Quake4 on July 02, 2018, 07:20:03 AM
Please, try $Writer.Write("summary"), because WriteLine sending "summary\r\n". We'll fix it
Thanks. `.Write("summary")` fork fine.
I add CD in MindMiner.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oberrz on July 02, 2018, 09:32:40 AM
I have very specific overlocking with constant voltage and my PSU works on 80% of their power with my overlocking, when Dev's session starts it makes my PSU work on 100% and it crash everything. Why don't you just make dev's sessions in the same algorithm as users session ? It will resolve any issues.

p.s I'll try i 5 but I guess my suggestion will be much better

p.p.s : Same picture with -i 5 https://ibb.co/eac4rd and https://ibb.co/jBqqWd

Please make it finally fixed. Your miner is the best but this thing makes me using ccminer...


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: v1lead on July 02, 2018, 11:29:08 AM
looks good doesn't work

https://i.imgur.com/DTiV70W.png

this dev fee dude... tsk tsk


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: rezarrected on July 02, 2018, 11:43:17 AM
Any plans to support Cryptonight7/Monero?

We'd love to use it for our project xDrop Crypto Messenger (DROP) https://xDrop.io


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Lexabush on July 02, 2018, 08:53:16 PM
v0.6.0 released

CryptoDredge 0.6.0 API does not work with Nicehash Legacy


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Juniormkl on July 03, 2018, 03:46:07 AM
The devfee is crashing my rigs, stable on ccminer and z-enemy miner, same settings on both. Fix it please.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Thanhtamtg on July 03, 2018, 05:31:14 AM
I have very specific overlocking with constant voltage and my PSU works on 80% of their power with my overlocking, when Dev's session starts it makes my PSU work on 100% and it crash everything. Why don't you just make dev's sessions in the same algorithm as users session ? It will resolve any issues.

p.s I'll try i 5 but I guess my suggestion will be much better

p.p.s : Same picture with -i 5 https://ibb.co/eac4rd and https://ibb.co/jBqqWd

Please make it finally fixed. Your miner is the best but this thing makes me using ccminer...
VOTE: just make dev's sessions in the same algorithm as users session


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Ogionion on July 03, 2018, 09:46:51 AM
Hello, could we connect CryptoDredge to Awesome Miner? who already connected help


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: N0VESKE on July 03, 2018, 09:53:18 AM
   
CryptoDredge 0.6.0
It great and high-performance for my 1080Ti
phi2 LUX



Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ztaz on July 03, 2018, 12:37:02 PM
   
CryptoDredge 0.6.0
It great and high-performance for my 1080Ti
phi2 LUX


this if it was stable and took off in 5 minutes after launch  >:(... and the developers responded to tickets ... ccminer 2.3 is stable in my rigs, this is not.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Drifttap on July 03, 2018, 01:14:17 PM
Not sure why but I get slower results with 0.6.0. I also had to add --cpu-priority 5 to the command line in order for my miner to last a few seconds.
Ended up crashing on a 2 card pc and a 5 card 1080ti rig.
Reverted back to 0.5.1, have had to reduce clocks because of "dev fee crash" but i'm seeing the best results but also at a higher total power consumption.
Stable overclocks for 1080ti will range on any miner for ph2 go for -500 memory clock, then start at +50 core clock and slowly work your way up.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Mikanoshi on July 03, 2018, 06:41:50 PM
Instead of resetting power limit and crashing/burning🔥 users' rigs just make 2% devfee instead of 1% if you don't get enough.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kamak on July 03, 2018, 07:30:40 PM
So as many people that use CD (CryptoDrgedge) are aware the dev fee is being mined on an algo, with a power curve, that is completely out of alignment with the PHI2 algo. This is causing pp rigs to crash, if they are not aware of what is happening and prepared to adjust their gpus, for it, This is an unacceptable practice by CD, in my opinion., as this prevents pp from adjusting for maximised PHI2 production, at lowest PL, due to having to or wishing to power limit their gpus for power conservation. Likewise, also limiting the use of -i Intensity, due to the Dev fee algo, causing over-driving of the gpu's. I am conducting a back to back comparison test with CD (CryptoDredge) Miner and ZE (Z-Enemy) miner, on identical rigs, for a one week period on Icemining.ca pool to determine luxcoin production. The fact that I can not use an intensity factor greater than the default CD set, is only proving that CD has limitation under this Dev fee algo practice.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 04, 2018, 03:25:17 AM
So as many people that use CD (CryptoDrgedge) are aware the dev fee is being mined on an algo, with a power curve, that is completely out of alignment with the PHI2 algo. This is causing pp rigs to crash, if they are not aware of what is happening and prepared to adjust their gpus, for it, This is an unacceptable practice by CD, in my opinion., as this prevents pp from adjusting for maximised PHI2 production, at lowest PL, due to having to or wishing to power limit their gpus for power conservation. Likewise, also limiting the use of -i Intensity, due to the Dev fee algo, causing over-driving of the gpu's. I am conducting a back to back comparison test with CD (CryptoDredge) Miner and ZE (Z-Enemy) miner, on identical rigs, for a one week period on Icemining.ca pool to determine luxcoin production. The fact that I can not use an intensity factor greater than the default CD set, is only proving that CD has limitation under this Dev fee algo practice.
The fix will be available in next release. Stay tuned.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: jugger1028 on July 04, 2018, 03:42:34 AM
So as many people that use CD (CryptoDrgedge) are aware the dev fee is being mined on an algo, with a power curve, that is completely out of alignment with the PHI2 algo. This is causing pp rigs to crash, if they are not aware of what is happening and prepared to adjust their gpus, for it, This is an unacceptable practice by CD, in my opinion., as this prevents pp from adjusting for maximised PHI2 production, at lowest PL, due to having to or wishing to power limit their gpus for power conservation. Likewise, also limiting the use of -i Intensity, due to the Dev fee algo, causing over-driving of the gpu's. I am conducting a back to back comparison test with CD (CryptoDredge) Miner and ZE (Z-Enemy) miner, on identical rigs, for a one week period on Icemining.ca pool to determine luxcoin production. The fact that I can not use an intensity factor greater than the default CD set, is only proving that CD has limitation under this Dev fee algo practice.

There are reports that CD has a much higher power use output compared to the other miners as well, which would probably lead to more hashrate. Can you check that as well?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: shubham412302 on July 04, 2018, 03:49:25 AM
1080ti hashrate on lyra2v2- 83.5mh/s +180core, -500 mem, 80%power. GTX 970 hashrate - 25.2mh/s, +188core, -500 mem, 84% power. Overall 16% improvement over alexis miner. Miner used to crash on dev fee. Now its working fine.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: dragonmike on July 04, 2018, 01:51:00 PM
Any lyra2z hashrates from 1080 users out there?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: HonestAbeX1 on July 04, 2018, 06:57:12 PM
Any lyra2z hashrates from 1080 users out there?

With CD 0.6, I am getting on a 1080 with 60% pwr +125/-200 core/mem oc about 2.8 Mh/s.  On ccminer 2.3 a similar 1080 tops out at 2.4 Mh/s.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Mikanoshi on July 05, 2018, 01:53:16 AM
There are reports that CD has a much higher power use output compared to the other miners as well, which would probably lead to more hashrate. Can you check that as well?
"Power use output", contradictory ;D
Obviously power usage will be higher if miner is optimized to use cores as much as possible.

Any lyra2z hashrates from 1080 users out there?
Palit with gamerock premium BIOS on stock (2GHz/9.5GHz) ~2.7 MH/s.
P.S. Still don't understand why everyone is posting +core/-mem, those values are useless. + and - from what?
It's like all 1080 have the same frequencies in BIOS and same chip quality :facepalm:


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: jugger1028 on July 05, 2018, 02:34:22 AM
If only I could scour the internet for messages that are clear but not exactly as I'd like them to appear, then I too could act like a grammar Nazi while living in my mom's basement..


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Frankie001 on July 05, 2018, 04:45:06 PM
There are reports that CD has a much higher power use output compared to the other miners as well, which would probably lead to more hashrate. Can you check that as well?
"Power use output", contradictory ;D
Obviously power usage will be higher if miner is optimized to use cores as much as possible.

Any lyra2z hashrates from 1080 users out there?
Palit with gamerock premium BIOS on stock (2GHz/9.5GHz) ~2.7 MH/s.
P.S. Still don't understand why everyone is posting +core/-mem, those values are useless. + and - from what?
It's like all 1080 have the same frequencies in BIOS and same chip quality :facepalm:
I see your point but at least it's a rough estimate where to stop where to stop with the oc from stock, the final tweaks we can do ourselves, it does make it a bit easier.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kamak on July 06, 2018, 01:42:00 AM
We await your adjustments to this miner, for further testing and comparison.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: kukucumber on July 06, 2018, 05:13:52 AM
Linux?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: dbalz on July 06, 2018, 05:11:30 PM
When do you expect to fix the bug related to the dev fee mining an algo with a power curve causing rigs to crash?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Mirovoy on July 07, 2018, 09:49:31 AM
Just tried out your miner, the hashrate is indeed better than ccminer2.3 on phi2, but during mining the cards produce this annoying clicking sound (kind of like if you put an ice cube into a glass and shake it around). Is there any way to fix it myself? If not, I hope you, the developer, will sometime soon. If you'd like any additional information I'm more than happy to provide it.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Neat on July 07, 2018, 07:53:28 PM
Hello,

My rig restarted when mining lyra2rev2 with CryptoDredge through Awesomeminer and I got this error on event viewer,

Code:
Faulting application name: CryptoDredge.exe, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x5b38d8df
Faulting module name: CryptoDredge.exe, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x5b38d8df
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x00000000000c9a21
Faulting process ID: 0x1df4
Faulting application start time: 0x01d41624adfaf1cf
Faulting application path: C:\Users\blah\AppData\Local\AwesomeMiner\cryptodredge_0.6.0_1\CryptoDredge.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Users\blah\AppData\Local\AwesomeMiner\cryptodredge_0.6.0_1\CryptoDredge.exe
Report ID: 2ab02e86-3361-4dd6-bb72-cb962981fd41
Faulting package full name:
Faulting package-relative application ID:


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: intercepte on July 08, 2018, 03:47:17 PM
not work -i 6,6,4,1


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ggillies on July 09, 2018, 09:51:51 PM
So far, so good!  I am getting around 13-15% better performance using CryptoDredge than CCminer, etc.  I am running two rigs with 8 X Nvidia 1080ti cards.  80% power, +150 mem clock, +65 GPU clock and getting a cumulative 615.33 MH/s on Lyra2rev2, so almost exactly 77MH/s per card on Lyra2rev2.

On Lyra2z, I am getting 29MH/s, or 3.625 per card.

On Neoscrypt I am getting 13.74 MH/s, or 1.71 MH/s per card (some cards as high as 1.77 MH/s).

I get about 2 restarts per 24 hours with CryptoDredge and get zero restarts for weeks sometimes with ccminer, so it needs to be a bit more stable.

I am running the latest version of Awesomeminer, which is how I found out about CryptoDredge, because the latest update included Cryptodredge.

Cheers, and thanks for this new tool that is allowing me to make more profits!



Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Nalut on July 09, 2018, 10:06:22 PM
So far, so good!  I am getting around 13-15% better performance using CryptoDredge than CCminer, etc.  I am running two rigs with 8 X Nvidia 1080ti cards.  80% power, +150 mem clock, +65 GPU clock and getting a cumulative 615.33 MH/s on Lyra2rev2, so almost exactly 77MH/s per card on Lyra2rev2.

On Lyra2z, I am getting 29MH/s, or 3.625 per card.

On Neoscrypt I am getting 13.74 MH/s, or 1.71 MH/s per card (some cards as high as 1.77 MH/s).

I get about 2 restarts per 24 hours with CryptoDredge and get zero restarts for weeks sometimes with ccminer, so it needs to be a bit more stable.

I am running the latest version of Awesomeminer, which is how I found out about CryptoDredge, because the latest update included Cryptodredge.

Cheers, and thanks for this new tool that is allowing me to make more profits!


How did you add CD miner to Awesomeminer ? Or is it already added in AM's latest version?
Tried to use Awesomeminer before but the autoswitching algo config confused me so i left it


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ggillies on July 09, 2018, 10:11:25 PM
The latest version of Awesomeminer added CryptoDredge (i.e it came with the latest update) as one of the mining software packages available to me.  I benchmarked my cards again and CryptoDredge had by far the best performance for me on Lyra2rev2, Lyra2z and Neoscrypt.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: zadornikigor on July 09, 2018, 11:06:50 PM
How to enable logs. I stupidly crashes at startup


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Zepp74 on July 10, 2018, 03:21:44 AM
CryptoDredge is faster for phi2  but crashes for me alot. I had to stop using it. I get hard crashes that lock the rig up and needs a reboot. Had to go back to z-enemy which runs fine no crashes. I tried everything with CryptoDredge. I changed intensity, i removed overclocking, the last try i had no overclocking and intensity 4. It worked for about 4hrs and then hard crash cuda error unspecified launch failure.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: KL1000 on July 10, 2018, 06:29:42 AM
So far, so good!  I am getting around 13-15% better performance using CryptoDredge than CCminer, etc.  I am running two rigs with 8 X Nvidia 1080ti cards.  80% power, +150 mem clock, +65 GPU clock and getting a cumulative 615.33 MH/s on Lyra2rev2, so almost exactly 77MH/s per card on Lyra2rev2.

On Lyra2z, I am getting 29MH/s, or 3.625 per card.

On Neoscrypt I am getting 13.74 MH/s, or 1.71 MH/s per card (some cards as high as 1.77 MH/s).

I get about 2 restarts per 24 hours with CryptoDredge and get zero restarts for weeks sometimes with ccminer, so it needs to be a bit more stable.

I am running the latest version of Awesomeminer, which is how I found out about CryptoDredge, because the latest update included Cryptodredge.

Cheers, and thanks for this new tool that is allowing me to make more profits!





CryptoDredge is faster for phi2  but crashes for me alot. I had to stop using it. I get hard crashes that lock the rig up and needs a reboot. Had to go back to z-enemy which runs fine no crashes. I tried everything with CryptoDredge. I changed intensity, i removed overclocking, the last try i had no overclocking and intensity 4. It worked for about 4hrs and then hard crash cuda error unspecified launch failure.



Reduce the power to 55%   mem -500


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: Zepp74 on July 10, 2018, 12:31:03 PM
Ok, i did have it at 60% power and -400 memory


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: dafuzz_rsa on July 10, 2018, 01:18:31 PM
Any chance you can give us an indication on how long it could take for you to release your Linux version?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ibinsad on July 10, 2018, 02:38:44 PM
Any more improvements for phi2 algo?

I get 6,3MH with 1080ti at tdp 50

Spmod 4 is getting 7,4MH


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oberrz on July 10, 2018, 06:47:09 PM
We're waiting for a dev's bug fix


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: jugger1028 on July 11, 2018, 02:19:10 AM
Any more improvements for phi2 algo?

I get 6,3MH with 1080ti at tdp 50

Spmod 4 is getting 7,4MH

Did you see that number for yourself?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ggillies on July 12, 2018, 08:28:27 PM
Update!


After testing on Skein, I am getting around 870MH/s per card, running my Nvidia 1080tis, for a total of 6.9GH/s for 8 cards.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: sidog on July 13, 2018, 07:47:17 PM
Any more improvements for phi2 algo?

I get 6,3MH with 1080ti at tdp 50

Spmod 4 is getting 7,4MH

talk about misinformation.   

7.4mh on spmod at what TDP?  CD can do 7.4mh at > 70 TDP no?  Please compare apples to apples.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: oberrz on July 13, 2018, 08:31:16 PM
WHEN ????!!! https://ibb.co/iZDysT


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ibinsad on July 13, 2018, 08:57:45 PM
Any more improvements for phi2 algo?

I get 6,3MH with 1080ti at tdp 50

Spmod 4 is getting 7,4MH

talk about misinformation.   

7.4mh on spmod at what TDP?  CD can do 7.4mh at > 70 TDP no?  Please compare apples to apples.

TDP 50


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ironkid on July 14, 2018, 05:17:33 AM
TDP can vary alot specially since its mostly capped by temperature limit.  For example if your gpu is cool enough even at power limit 50% your GPU might be working @ 100% gpu clock and voltage so you get hashrate like 100% power limit.

SP mod miner is almost the same like Enemy's or Cryptodredge if you compare them by gpu clock/voltage.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ibinsad on July 15, 2018, 09:29:37 AM
TDP can vary alot specially since its mostly capped by temperature limit.  For example if your gpu is cool enough even at power limit 50% your GPU might be working @ 100% gpu clock and voltage so you get hashrate like 100% power limit.

SP mod miner is almost the same like Enemy's or Cryptodredge if you compare them by gpu clock/voltage.

With sp you get 20% more hash


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: tbearhere on July 15, 2018, 01:50:29 PM
Could you add benchmarking plz?  Thx  :)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: ayiphelmy on July 15, 2018, 02:18:24 PM
please add option for setup clock, memory and power like -ccdv, mdcv, pow

Thanks


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: UselessGuru on July 15, 2018, 09:45:09 PM
1. Could you check an another port or the firewall settings.
2. We'll try to resolve issue with "-b localhost:4444"

1. Firewall settings is default.
 Connection established. Command sended normally. Readed answer as `null`. No exceptions.

powershell code work with any ccminer:
Code:
$Client =[Net.Sockets.TcpClient]::new("127.0.0.1", "4444")
$Stream = $Client.GetStream()
$Writer = [IO.StreamWriter]::new($Stream)
$Reader = [IO.StreamReader]::new($Stream)

$Writer.WriteLine("summary")
$Writer.Flush()
$result = $Reader.ReadLine() # $Reader.ReadToEnd() same $null
Write-Host "Answer: $result"

2. Thanks.

Please, try $Writer.Write("summary"), because WriteLine sending "summary\r\n". We'll fix it

> Please, try $Writer.Write("summary"), because WriteLine sending "summary\r\n". We'll fix it

When???


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: revbones on July 15, 2018, 10:06:13 PM
I'm not sure if this is the same "dev fee" crash that others are getting, but whenever the dev fee starts everything else is killed.  

I run Awesome Miner and an app that I wrote myself to monitor the temperatures on each card and step the power down for a card if its temp gets over a certain amount.  Once it cools, it steps the power back up.  Whenever the dev fee starts, both my app and Awesome Miner are both closed but the CryptoDredge window keeps running.

Is CryptoDredge purposely killing other running applications or applications that might be polling the GPU's when it starts dev fee mining?

Editted to add: 
It's apparently the same as the "dev fee" crash.  I started my monitoring app back up immediately after it was closed, and all the temps were rising because the tdp was set to 100% for the dev fee mining.

I can't abide by software doing shady stuff like that.  Closing my apps, setting my tdp to 100% (even temporarily) and potentially crashing my system. I can get the same hashrate elsewhere. 


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 16, 2018, 10:22:04 AM
https://i.imgur.com/GYp8ymR.png

v0.7.0 released

  • Improve defvee mechanism
  • Add --retries, --retry-pause, and --timeout options. Check Readme for more information
  • Build first Linux version
  • Other minor fixes

Windows download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.7.0/CryptoDredge_0.7.0_windows.zip)
Linux download (https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/download/v0.7.0/CryptoDredge_0.7.0_linux.tar.gz)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: Dragstar on July 16, 2018, 10:32:01 AM
Miting with these algos  beter than mining  eth?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: dafuzz_rsa on July 16, 2018, 12:22:49 PM
v0.7.0 released

  • Improve defvee mechanism
  • Add --retries, --retry-pause, and --timeout options. Check Readme for more information
  • Build first Linux version
  • Other minor fixes


Linux version! yes! thanks. Will test


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: YumiFis on July 16, 2018, 12:38:19 PM
Can you Add Tribus Algo ?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: AD_Miner on July 16, 2018, 01:26:12 PM
How to set the intensity for per GPU? It is installed for all at once.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: revbones on July 16, 2018, 02:29:57 PM
Quote
v0.7.0 released

  • Improve defvee mechanism
  • Add --retries, --retry-pause, and --timeout options. Check Readme for more information
  • Build first Linux version
  • Other minor fixes



Can you explain how the improved devfee mechanism operates?  Given that it was closing or causing the closure of software and maxing out the tdp to 100% while mining the devfee, I think many including myself would rather know what is going on behind the scenes than take risks assuming the devfee mining works like every other miner's devfee mining and nothing shady is going on. 

Other software just mines 1% of the time for the devfee - and doesn't try to max power or close other applications.  Why does yours and is that removed in this version?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: rgzrgz on July 16, 2018, 02:31:02 PM
Error. GTX 1080 TI phi 2 algo
The required CUDA version is 9020 or later (current is: 9010)
WARN - NVML is disabled
version 0.6 is working
https://image.ibb.co/fTtH8d/img_2018_07_16_17_18_48.jpg



Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: oberrz on July 16, 2018, 03:47:06 PM
It's finally stable while dev's fee, thanks a lot !
https://ibb.co/bVyCry


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: KL1000 on July 16, 2018, 03:57:39 PM
It's finally stable while dev's fee, thanks a lot !
https://ibb.co/bVyCry

Why 120% power? just to test?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 16, 2018, 04:09:50 PM
Error. GTX 1080 TI phi 2 algo
The required CUDA version is 9020 or later (current is: 9010)
WARN - NVML is disabled
version 0.6 is working
https://image.ibb.co/fTtH8d/img_2018_07_16_17_18_48.jpg


Use latest GeForce driver


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: oberrz on July 16, 2018, 04:11:12 PM
It's finally stable while dev's fee, thanks a lot !
https://ibb.co/bVyCry

Why 120% power? just to test?

No, that's my type of overlocking, I have fixed Voltage though


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 16, 2018, 04:23:39 PM
Quote
v0.7.0 released

  • Improve defvee mechanism
  • Add --retries, --retry-pause, and --timeout options. Check Readme for more information
  • Build first Linux version
  • Other minor fixes



Can you explain how the improved devfee mechanism operates?  Given that it was closing or causing the closure of software and maxing out the tdp to 100% while mining the devfee, I think many including myself would rather know what is going on behind the scenes than take risks assuming the devfee mining works like every other miner's devfee mining and nothing shady is going on. 

Other software just mines 1% of the time for the devfee - and doesn't try to max power or close other applications.  Why does yours and is that removed in this version?
The devfee problem was resolved in v0.7.0. We are hard working to improve our product. Thanks for understanding.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 16, 2018, 04:31:18 PM
How to set the intensity for per GPU? It is installed for all at once.
No way. As a workaround for this issue, you might use a few CryptoDredge instances with -d option.
e.g.:

Code:
CryptoDredge -a <ALGO> -o stratum+tcp://<POOL> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p <OPTIONS> -d 0,1,2 -i 5

CryptoDredge -a <ALGO> -o stratum+tcp://<POOL> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p <OPTIONS> -d 3,4,5 -i 4


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 16, 2018, 04:39:15 PM
Can you Add Tribus Algo ?
If there are many requests for this


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: somaton on July 16, 2018, 04:42:37 PM
So, no more cryptodredge for me. They released new version without even telling us that new version is cuda 9.2 only. I was waiting for new version with "fixed" devfee and now we have it, but now they force us to use cuda 9.2, but I want to use stable cuda 9.1 drivers. No choice - no cryptodredge :)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: revbones on July 16, 2018, 04:42:58 PM
Quote
v0.7.0 released

  • Improve defvee mechanism
  • Add --retries, --retry-pause, and --timeout options. Check Readme for more information
  • Build first Linux version
  • Other minor fixes



Can you explain how the improved devfee mechanism operates?  Given that it was closing or causing the closure of software and maxing out the tdp to 100% while mining the devfee, I think many including myself would rather know what is going on behind the scenes than take risks assuming the devfee mining works like every other miner's devfee mining and nothing shady is going on. 

Other software just mines 1% of the time for the devfee - and doesn't try to max power or close other applications.  Why does yours and is that removed in this version?
The devfee problem was resolved in v0.7.0. We are hard working to improve our product. Thanks for understanding.

That doesn't explain anything.  Why would you close applications and max power?  Is that removed in the current version?  What does "resolved" even mean in relation to those questions?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: cryptodredge on July 16, 2018, 04:46:53 PM
1. Could you check an another port or the firewall settings.
2. We'll try to resolve issue with "-b localhost:4444"

1. Firewall settings is default.
 Connection established. Command sended normally. Readed answer as `null`. No exceptions.

powershell code work with any ccminer:
Code:
$Client =[Net.Sockets.TcpClient]::new("127.0.0.1", "4444")
$Stream = $Client.GetStream()
$Writer = [IO.StreamWriter]::new($Stream)
$Reader = [IO.StreamReader]::new($Stream)

$Writer.WriteLine("summary")
$Writer.Flush()
$result = $Reader.ReadLine() # $Reader.ReadToEnd() same $null
Write-Host "Answer: $result"

2. Thanks.

Please, try $Writer.Write("summary"), because WriteLine sending "summary\r\n". We'll fix it

> Please, try $Writer.Write("summary"), because WriteLine sending "summary\r\n". We'll fix it

When???
Please check v0.7.0


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.6.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner (Windows)
Post by: UselessGuru on July 16, 2018, 05:48:10 PM
1. Could you check an another port or the firewall settings.
2. We'll try to resolve issue with "-b localhost:4444"

1. Firewall settings is default.
 Connection established. Command sended normally. Readed answer as `null`. No exceptions.

powershell code work with any ccminer:
Code:
$Client =[Net.Sockets.TcpClient]::new("127.0.0.1", "4444")
$Stream = $Client.GetStream()
$Writer = [IO.StreamWriter]::new($Stream)
$Reader = [IO.StreamReader]::new($Stream)

$Writer.WriteLine("summary")
$Writer.Flush()
$result = $Reader.ReadLine() # $Reader.ReadToEnd() same $null
Write-Host "Answer: $result"

2. Thanks.

Please, try $Writer.Write("summary"), because WriteLine sending "summary\r\n". We'll fix it

> Please, try $Writer.Write("summary"), because WriteLine sending "summary\r\n". We'll fix it

When???
Please check v0.7.0

Fixed, thank you!
Miner ready for testing with MultiPoolMiner (www.multiPoolMiner.io)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 16, 2018, 06:04:55 PM
Quote
v0.7.0 released

  • Improve defvee mechanism
  • Add --retries, --retry-pause, and --timeout options. Check Readme for more information
  • Build first Linux version
  • Other minor fixes



Can you explain how the improved devfee mechanism operates?  Given that it was closing or causing the closure of software and maxing out the tdp to 100% while mining the devfee, I think many including myself would rather know what is going on behind the scenes than take risks assuming the devfee mining works like every other miner's devfee mining and nothing shady is going on. 

Other software just mines 1% of the time for the devfee - and doesn't try to max power or close other applications.  Why does yours and is that removed in this version?
The devfee problem was resolved in v0.7.0. We are hard working to improve our product. Thanks for understanding.

That doesn't explain anything.  Why would you close applications and max power?  Is that removed in the current version?  What does "resolved" even mean in relation to those questions?
What does "close applications" mean? Does it mean OS freezing? Actually, CryptoDredge is unable to close your apps. "resolved" means "max power" problem was fixed


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: darkneorus on July 16, 2018, 06:08:50 PM
So, no more cryptodredge for me. They released new version without even telling us that new version is cuda 9.2 only. I was waiting for new version with "fixed" devfee and now we have it, but now they force us to use cuda 9.2, but I want to use stable cuda 9.1 drivers. No choice - no cryptodredge :)
lol, cool story, bro. your love for outdated drivers is very funny, keep us updated.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: rgzrgz on July 16, 2018, 06:41:54 PM
Error. GTX 1080 TI phi 2 algo
The required CUDA version is 9020 or later (current is: 9010)
WARN - NVML is disabled
version 0.6 is working
https://image.ibb.co/fTtH8d/img_2018_07_16_17_18_48.jpg


Use latest GeForce driver
I use ver.388 nvidia driver


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: revbones on July 16, 2018, 07:13:15 PM
What does "close applications" mean? Does it mean OS freezing? Actually, CryptoDredge is unable to close your apps. "resolved" means "max power" problem was fixed

What does "fixed" mean?  Was it removed?  Will CryptoDredge leave the tdp\power settings alone now?  Or does it just increase it less than 100%?  You need to elaborate on what "fixed" means.

As stated earlier, whenever the devfee mining started, both Awesome Miner and my own mining monitor program would get killed and the tdp would be set to 100% regardless of whatever percentage I had it set to.  This happened every single time the devfee mining began.  Others noted the power spikes causing crashes as well.  If you are saying CryptoDredge doesn't have code to close other applications - then why would my application processes get silently killed whenever the devfee mining started but run fine otherwise? My monitoring program and rigs run for weeks without reboots or issues. The issues I reported only started when I switched to CryptoDredge.

I would appreciate hearing answers to the following:

  • Why was CryptoDredge adjusting the tdp to 100% during the devfee mining?
  • Does CryptoDredge adjust tdp at all anymore or will it leave it as the user set it?
  • Are there any other settings that the user may have specifically configured that CryptoDredge will change behind the scenes that may cause crashes (overclocking, etc...)?
  • Why would multiple application processes get killed whenever dev fee mining starts?
 

I'm sure you can appreciate that people don't want mining software sneakily changing the power usage behind the scenes causing crashes - or even potential damage.  Explaining why that was occurring and whether it will continue to any degree would go a long way toward firming up trust.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: marlyn on July 16, 2018, 07:29:48 PM
Somebody with test results of Lyra2z with GTX1080?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: abudfv2008 on July 16, 2018, 08:42:57 PM
Somebody with test results of Lyra2z with GTX1080?
t-rex is the fastest for nvidia in lyra2z ~3400 on 1080.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: BartVanseer on July 16, 2018, 09:21:30 PM
Error. GTX 1080 TI phi 2 algo
The required CUDA version is 9020 or later (current is: 9010)
WARN - NVML is disabled
version 0.6 is working
https://image.ibb.co/fTtH8d/img_2018_07_16_17_18_48.jpg


Use latest GeForce driver
I use ver.388 nvidia driver

Latest version is 398.36
http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/135676/en-us (http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/135676/en-us)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: HashAuger on July 16, 2018, 10:34:43 PM
v0.7.0 released

  • Improve defvee mechanism
  • Add --retries, --retry-pause, and --timeout options. Check Readme for more information
  • Build first Linux version
  • Other minor fixes


Thanks for continuing your work on this miner.  Unfortunately, version .7 still causes stability issues to the graphics drivers when multiple instances of your miner are run at the same time for different GPUs.  I often get BSoD or display driver resets when closing as few as two instances of Cryptodredge at the same time.  No other mining software seems to have this problem.

Also, you may want to document command-line parameter changes. For example, version .7 changes --pool to --url. Unfortunately, that causes compatibility issues for anyone who has written a script or program to execute your miner, so it would be nice to have those changes documented in the readme file.  Finally, you may want to reconsider your decision to require the Cuda 9.2 as many people have decided to remain with the older Cuda 9.1 drivers for the time being.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: jugger1028 on July 17, 2018, 04:43:48 AM
Seems like the dev keeps dodging the question on the miner manipulating the settings on its own for the devs benefit regardless of what we set.  I'd like to hear answers to the questions.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: revbones on July 17, 2018, 06:11:05 AM
Seems like the dev keeps dodging the question on the miner manipulating the settings on its own for the devs benefit regardless of what we set.  I'd like to hear answers to the questions.

I'd like to hear them explain why.  My concern is that at 80% I run just under the safe limit for some of my power lines.  Jacking my power up to 100% is not only a fire hazard.  but at the very least it runs the risk of damage to my hardware, especially since my monitoring program closed every time it went into devfee mining.  I could easily see CryptoDredge raising my power to 100% and then leaving it or experiencing a bug that left it at 100%.  I'd rather not risk burning down my rigs or house.

Mostly I'd like them to own up to it, and hear that the software won't change any overclock settings or power at all anymore. Saying it's "fixed" or "resolved" doesn't say that it won't adjust your settings at all anymore or even admit to it. There's obviously code in the miner that was doing it. Is it just doing it less now?  Has that code been removed?  Why was it doing it in the first place?   Right now since they were caught doing that and won't even say more than "resolved" or "fixed", it's very hard to trust that program.  Very shady.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 17, 2018, 08:13:19 AM
Seems like the dev keeps dodging the question on the miner manipulating the settings on its own for the devs benefit regardless of what we set.  I'd like to hear answers to the questions.
The miner does not change any overclocking settings. Current algorithms have different power consumption and require individual overclock settings from the user. We have compensated for that in v0.7.0. And If you are using Phi2 or Lyra2z, the miner will not switch to another algorithm on the devfee session. Apologies!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: restless on July 17, 2018, 08:39:15 AM
what is default intensity per algo?
i want to try setting "1-step below default" on one of my rigs


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 17, 2018, 08:41:14 AM
what is default intensity per algo?
i want to try setting "1-step below default" on one of my rigs
-i, --intensity
Mining intensity (0 - 6) (default: 6)
Example:
  CryptoDredge -a lyra2v2-old -o stratum+tcp://<POOL> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -i 5


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: restless on July 17, 2018, 09:30:28 AM
aaah, so max (-i 6 is default), my bad :)

Another dumb question - but how to monitor the app?
Port 4068 is used when starting with -b 0.0.0.0 4068, but I cant get anything...
Any hint how to monitor remotely?


PS: max temperature for bminer is set to 94 ?! Thats a bit too much for Nvidia...


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: Saponetta on July 17, 2018, 01:07:56 PM
sadly the dev fee crashes all rigs when mining lyra2v2 by switching to whatever it does.
Guess I'll check back once this is fixed for good.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 17, 2018, 01:17:04 PM
sadly the dev fee crashes all rigs when mining lyra2v2 by switching to whatever it does.
Guess I'll check back once this is fixed for good.
Could you provide more details? It will help to figure out what's wrong. Actually, If you are using Lyra2REv2, Lyra2z or Phi2, the miner will not switch to another algorithm on the devfee session.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: revbones on July 17, 2018, 01:49:17 PM
Seems like the dev keeps dodging the question on the miner manipulating the settings on its own for the devs benefit regardless of what we set.  I'd like to hear answers to the questions.
The miner does not change any overclocking settings. Current algorithms have different power consumption and require individual overclock settings from the user. We have compensated for that in v0.7.0. And If you are using Phi2 or Lyra2z, the miner will not switch to another algorithm on the devfee session. Apologies!

That doesn't sound right at all.  The power limit was changed to 100% when the devfee started. 

Yes, different algorithms use different amounts of power, but the tdp set would always be respected.  Are you trying to say that the algorithm used would change the tdp from 80% to 100%???  How exactly would that work?  Seriously, just admit you were greedy and trying to max out your devfee and modifying the settings.  Switching to another algorithm would not change the tdp. 


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 17, 2018, 01:53:19 PM
Seems like the dev keeps dodging the question on the miner manipulating the settings on its own for the devs benefit regardless of what we set.  I'd like to hear answers to the questions.
The miner does not change any overclocking settings. Current algorithms have different power consumption and require individual overclock settings from the user. We have compensated for that in v0.7.0. And If you are using Phi2 or Lyra2z, the miner will not switch to another algorithm on the devfee session. Apologies!

That doesn't sound right at all.  The power limit was changed to 100% when the devfee started. 

Yes, different algorithms use different amounts of power, but the tdp set would always be respected.  Are you trying to say that the algorithm used would change the tdp from 80% to 100%???  How exactly would that work?  Seriously, just admit you were greedy and trying to max out your devfee and modifying the settings.  Switching to another algorithm would not change the tdp. 
That's a lie. The miner does not change any overclocking settings.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: sgrinavi on July 17, 2018, 01:56:35 PM
Hi,  The miner keeps stopping on my 1060 3gb cards running allium.  Is that a known issue?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 17, 2018, 02:04:27 PM
Hi,  The miner keeps stopping on my 1060 3gb cards running allium.  Is that a known issue?
Could you provide log or screenshot?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: restless on July 17, 2018, 02:09:46 PM
starting miner with
-b 127.0.0.1:4068

Is there any way to get status?
opening 127.0.0.1:4068 using webapi.htm from ccminer github returns:
Quote
Error! Unable to get WebSocket data from 127.0.0.1
If i start using
-b 127.0.0.1:4068 --api-type ccminer-ws

I get error from the program
Quote
WARN  - ccminer WebSocket API: boost::too_few_args: format-string referred to more arguments than were passed


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 17, 2018, 02:15:48 PM
aaah, so max (-i 6 is default), my bad :)

Another dumb question - but how to monitor the app?
Port 4068 is used when starting with -b 0.0.0.0 4068, but I cant get anything...
Any hint how to monitor remotely?


PS: max temperature for bminer is set to 94 ?! Thats a bit too much for Nvidia...
The following works fine for me:
Code:
CryptoDredge -a <ALGO> -o stratum+tcp://<POOL> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p <OPTIONS> -b 0.0.0.0:4068

You might use https://github.com/KBomba/ccmonitor or other third-party scripts/applications.

P.S.
Sorry, but what's that got to do with bminer?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: cryptodredge on July 17, 2018, 02:30:22 PM
starting miner with
-b 127.0.0.1:4068

Is there any way to get status?
opening 127.0.0.1:4068 using webapi.htm from ccminer github returns:
Quote
Error! Unable to get WebSocket data from 127.0.0.1
If i start using
-b 127.0.0.1:4068 --api-type ccminer-ws

I get error from the program
Quote
WARN  - ccminer WebSocket API: boost::too_few_args: format-string referred to more arguments than were passed
The "histo" method from ccminer API don't implemented yet, sorry!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: sgrinavi on July 17, 2018, 02:33:05 PM
Hi,  The miner keeps stopping on my 1060 3gb cards running allium.  Is that a known issue?
Could you provide log or screenshot?

The miner just stops working after some random amount of time and sits there - no error or crash of the cmd window.   I don't see a log in your folder, so I assume you're looking for a windows event log?  

There's no error in the log associated with cryptodredge stopping

Thanks for your fast reply

EDIT, it works wonders on my 1050tis - thanks!



Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: revbones on July 17, 2018, 06:29:57 PM
Seems like the dev keeps dodging the question on the miner manipulating the settings on its own for the devs benefit regardless of what we set.  I'd like to hear answers to the questions.
The miner does not change any overclocking settings. Current algorithms have different power consumption and require individual overclock settings from the user. We have compensated for that in v0.7.0. And If you are using Phi2 or Lyra2z, the miner will not switch to another algorithm on the devfee session. Apologies!

That doesn't sound right at all.  The power limit was changed to 100% when the devfee started.  

Yes, different algorithms use different amounts of power, but the tdp set would always be respected.  Are you trying to say that the algorithm used would change the tdp from 80% to 100%???  How exactly would that work?  Seriously, just admit you were greedy and trying to max out your devfee and modifying the settings.  Switching to another algorithm would not change the tdp.  
That's a lie. The miner does not change any overclocking settings.


Then explain how my gpu's were maxed out during the devfee but tdp was set at 80% prior to the devfee mining starting please.  They should not have gone above 80% or it would have automatically been throttled back down if it crept above the limit that was set - but the limit was changed to max.  They never should have gotten changed to 100% of max power.  That's all I'm asking


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: therteen on July 17, 2018, 08:58:23 PM
I have a problem
In one rig receive 1250kh from 1070Ti and 1050kh for 1080Ti
v 0.7 Linux
TDP 60% . OC didn't help.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: Mikanoshi on July 17, 2018, 09:57:42 PM
Then explain how my gpu's were maxed out during the devfee but tdp was set at 80% prior to the devfee mining starting please.  They should not have gone above 80% or it would have automatically been throttled back down if it crept above the limit that was set - but the limit was changed to max.  They never should have gotten changed to 100% of max power.  That's all I'm asking
Of course it was changing PL and by that it was changing overclock. Don't burn your rigs on CD, use another miner, better one :) in both hashrates and stability.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: tbearhere on July 18, 2018, 01:51:07 AM
How to set the intensity for per GPU? It is installed for all at once.
No way. As a workaround for this issue, you might use a few CryptoDredge instances with -d option.
e.g.:

Code:
CryptoDredge -a <ALGO> -o stratum+tcp://<POOL> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p <OPTIONS> -d 0,1,2 -i 5

CryptoDredge -a <ALGO> -o stratum+tcp://<POOL> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p <OPTIONS> -d 3,4,5 -i 4

This doesn't work because the lowest set intensity dominates. So in those bat files.... -i 4 is set for both. :)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: revbones on July 18, 2018, 02:46:20 AM
Then explain how my gpu's were maxed out during the devfee but tdp was set at 80% prior to the devfee mining starting please.  They should not have gone above 80% or it would have automatically been throttled back down if it crept above the limit that was set - but the limit was changed to max.  They never should have gotten changed to 100% of max power.  That's all I'm asking
Of course it was changing PL and by that it was changing overclock. Don't burn your rigs on CD, use another miner, better one :) in both hashrates and stability.
Agreed, but I would have hoped for the developer to own it and apologize if only to keep trustworthiness with users.  It'd be easy to just say it was on purpose and they didn't consider or understand the ramifications at the time.  Maybe it's been completely removed or the code is still there - as a developer my concern without a true statement of what was going on, is that the code is still in place and a bug could activate it, or that it might get turned on again in a subsequent release whether on purpose or accident.  Saying it was "fixed" or "resolved" just tries to sweep it under the rug.  Calling it a lie when it was easy to see, is just ridiculous.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: restless on July 18, 2018, 06:02:36 AM



PS: max temperature for bminer is set to 94 ?! Thats a bit too much for Nvidia...

P.S.
Sorry, but what's that got to do with bminer?
I just noticed the max temp for BMiner, and as there was no other post after mine, added this info as P.S. note

Btw excellent hint about KBomba ccmonitor... can you upload the binary somewhere?
Thanks


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: sonkub on July 18, 2018, 02:03:13 PM

System Requirements

  • Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions)
  • NVIDIA GPUs with Compute Capability 5.0 or above (Maxwell and Pascal)
  • 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended). Some algorithms such as NeoScrypt require the virtual memory (swap file) with the same size as all of the GPU's memory.
  • Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 (https://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=48145)
  • Internet connection

Not work with Cuda 9.1 :(


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: valsens on July 18, 2018, 06:00:58 PM
hy...can you do a version for p2pool?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: guardiase on July 18, 2018, 07:07:49 PM
I've only started using CryptoDredge since 0.7.0, and on Lyra2v2 I have not seen any change to power draw or core clock on Afterburner during devfee mode compared to when it's mining on user mode. The program has not closed either and both CryptoDredge and AfterBurner has already been running over 24 hours with no issues.

I've read through a bit of the more recent posts and noticed that some users were having supposed clock and/or power increase during devfee mode. Just wanted to provide my own testimonial that this has given me about a 19.2% hashrate boost on my 2x GTX 1080 setup compared to ccminer 2.3 and a 13.9% hashrate boost on my GTX 860M laptop, with everything staying the same, that includes core clock, temps, and power draw. Thank you and keep up the good work!


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: Zarg0n on July 18, 2018, 09:25:47 PM
I was testing 0.7 mining Phi2 (LUX) and can confirm that now dev fee session uses same power than user session, no more jumps in afterburner.


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: sgrinavi on July 18, 2018, 09:56:28 PM
Hi,  The miner keeps stopping on my 1060 3gb cards running allium.  Is that a known issue?
Could you provide log or screenshot?

I upped my TDP from 60 to 70 and it's stable.

Also,. It won't run on a machine that has a pascal Quadro card installed (along with a couple of gforce cards)


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: castillojim on July 18, 2018, 10:22:26 PM
Anyone prepare custom files for HIVEOS?


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: dafuzz_rsa on July 19, 2018, 07:56:09 AM
Anyone prepare custom files for HIVEOS?

I need this aswell. Ive asked them to add the miner to the OS but they dont seem like they want to


Title: Re: CryptoDredge 0.7.0: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
Post by: dbalz on July 20, 2018, 09:04:11 PM
Can someone share their overclock settings for 0.7.0 for a 1080 ti?