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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Claymore's ZCash AMD GPU Miner v12.6 (Windows/Linux) on: August 08, 2017, 09:15:34 PM
Windows 10, beta (closed) drivers. Probably it throttles, add "-tt 50" option to "config.txt".
UPDATE: my bad, I really see 310H/s in Windows 7 + public drivers. So it is either drivers, or Windows version, I will check it right now.
UPDATE2: it is drivers. If I use public drivers, I can get only 310-320H/s. For beta drivers, I get 440-450H/s. AMD should release new version of drivers asap, current public drivers are bad.

Thanks for the very useful info.

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition (Air)
OS = Windows 7 Professional SP1
Driver = Radeon Vega Frontier Edition 17.6
Average Solutions per Second = 310 (throttles if you let it run for 10+ minutes)

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition(Liquid) / RYZEN 7 1800X or Core i7-7700K
Will try later tonight with Windows 10 Professional or Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS with beta drivers and report back
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Claymore's ZCash AMD GPU Miner v12.6 (Windows/Linux) on: August 08, 2017, 08:10:47 PM
At startup the miner shows a notice that you must wait about a minute to get correct hashrate, but he ignored it, so he got some random number. I get 440H/s at stock clocks.

Could I please have your launch configuration + OS + driver version?

After 11.5 minutes:
ZEC: 08/08/17-15:04:13 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ZEC: Share accepted (140 ms)!
ZEC: 08/08/17-15:04:23 - New job from eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3333
ZEC - Total Speed: 260.951 H/s, Total Shares: 25, Rejected: 1, Time: 00:11
ZEC: GPU0 260.951 H/s
ZEC: 08/08/17-15:04:29 - New job from eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3333
ZEC - Total Speed: 261.559 H/s, Total Shares: 25, Rejected: 1, Time: 00:11
ZEC: GPU0 261.559 H/s
ZEC: 08/08/17-15:04:48 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 0)
ZEC: Share accepted (156 ms)!
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Claymore's ZCash AMD GPU Miner v12.6 (Windows/Linux) on: August 08, 2017, 07:01:58 PM
v12.6:

- added Vega cards support (ASM mode).
- added ASM mode for RX460/560 cards (+20% speed).
- new GPU sorting method for AMD cards. Now GPUs are sorted by physical bus index (it matches AfterBurner list of GPUs). Also the list of temperatures/fans matches the list of GPUs automatically.
  Therefore "-di detect" and "-gmap" options are not necessary and not supported anymore.
  WARNING: be careful if you use use separate overclock/temperature settings for every card, due to new sorting method GPUs can get different indexes!
- added fan/OC support for 17.7.2 (and higher) drivers.
- improved support for systems with more than 10 GPUs, check readme for "-di" option description for details.
- added pool selection in runtime ("e" key).
- a few minor improvements.

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition @ stock clocks:

AMD Cards available: 1
GPU #0: gfx900, 16192 MB available, 64 compute units
GPU #0 recognized as Vega
POOL version
GPU #0 algorithm ASM, intensity 6
Total cards: 1
Watchdog enabled
Remote management (READ-ONLY MODE) is enabled on port 3333

ZEC: Stratum - connecting to 'eu1-zcash.flypool.org' <94.23.60.113> port 3333 (unsecure)
ZEC: Stratum - Connected (eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3333) (unsecure)
ZEC: Authorized
Pool sets new share target: 0x00083126 (diff: 8000H)
ZEC: 08/08/17-13:54:52 - New job from eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3333
ZEC - Total Speed: 311.773 H/s, Total Shares: 0, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:00
ZEC: GPU0 311.773 H/s
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come on: March 23, 2017, 08:55:02 PM
Bounty Alert:  We are offering a 10,000 NXS bounty for a fast, open source GPU Prime Miner.  It must be significantly faster than the Nexus Prime CPU Miner.  Bounty may increase if the Community contributes as well.

I am interested in this GPU Prime Miner bounty, it is one way to discourage botnets.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Nexus - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come on: March 23, 2017, 08:46:25 PM
The
 Solo CPU miner seems to be half as fast as the PrimePoolMiner.  

Couldn't hurt to have a new CPU miner for solo since there is no built
in miner.  


They both run at the same speed, how did you measure performance?
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][RIC] Riecoin: constellations POW *CPU* HARD FORK successful, world record on: February 02, 2017, 07:48:13 PM
Just spotted this - I'd been trying to figure out why my office was being DDoS'd, and taking down parts of the CMU network along with it.  I'd kept a riecoin node going for the last two years despite not really being in crypto any more, but I can't let this prevent everyone in my building from working.

The DoS wasn't a matter of a new version - in my case, they were sending 5Gbps of NTP reflector traffic at my IP address.  Carnegie Mellon was not amused.  It was a pretty serious attack.

Sorry to hear about the problems.  Hope they get resolved!

Thanks for the info and I'm sorry you had problems at work.

Same here, this was a bandwidth exhaustion attack targeting Riecoin nodes.

@gatra
Hereís a suggestion to make Riecoin botnet resistant while keeping the classic proof-of-work.
Add double SHA-256 (SHA256d) as an additional constraint to the proof-of-work.
SHA256dís difficulty should be 150s seconds of computation time for an i7 4790k, approximately  4.2 billion hashes.

1). SHA256d(target || nonce) -> offload to GPU
2). Add digest to target
3). Solve proof-of-work puzzle.
4). Submit(256-bit offset,  64-bit nonce).

The idea is simply to add 150 seconds of preprocessing time on a CPU, but only 3-5 seconds on a single GPU.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [PASC] PascalCoin, deletable blockchain & bank account system [PASA] on: January 31, 2017, 09:38:25 AM
SHA256D should mean "double sha256", exactly what bitcoin uses.
Could the devs please clarify what's the difference?
If it's just how the block header is setup, it may be possible for ASICs to be adapted.

Yes, it is as simple as flipping on a single bit. But you will also need to modify the controller software.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [PASC] PascalCoin, deletable blockchain & bank account system [PASA] on: January 31, 2017, 09:21:27 AM
For those that are wondering.... this is what happens when you plug in a Antminer to mine PASC.


Look at the rejects.




so algo SHA256D (not SHA256 like in btc)  works as been told for gpu only, great.

GPUs and FPGAs
Exactly the same mining algorithm used in Bitcoin and you can use existing Bitcoin mining software with trivial modifications. To be more specific, a one bit change to the second SHA256 chunk's padding (h0280 -> h0680). You will also need to modify the host/controller software to pass the difficulty and optionally increment the time stamp.

Bitcoin SHA256d data:
80 byes fixed.

Pascal SHA256d data:
208 byes fixed - but variable.

FPGA:
Ztex 1.15y hash rate 890 MH/s @ 45 Watts from the outlet.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: CCminer(SP-MOD) Modded NVIDIA Maxwell / Pascal kernels. on: January 27, 2017, 05:20:38 AM
Now 107TH

How are you calculating these numbers, they seem way off.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: CCminer(SP-MOD) Modded NVIDIA Maxwell / Pascal kernels. on: November 03, 2016, 04:42:14 PM
thinking of doing a crowd funding as usual...
new current speed 133sol/sec (yeah it changes fast Smiley still highly unoptimized  

Damn that is fast.. I think I need to go back to the drawing board..

Do  you have a screenshot please?

here we go... : Grin (the number of sol is consistent with what gets reported by suprnova)




I have 29 h/sec and 59 sol/sec, and you have 6 h/sec and 133 sol/sec... Strange...
I use i6700 and 1080 card.
Wait a minute, the calculations are off from this image. The nonce is in sequential order until a new job arrives, then it resets to zero.

Now keep in mind that the solution rate per run for Equihash parameter (n=200, k=9) is approximately 1.87905. Therefore, a million runs of the solver with a random nonce should produce 1,879,050 solutions on average. This is actually consistent with the number of runs reported in the image above. The only problem is that it is 12 Sol/s; I am not sure how the 134 Sol/s is being calculated. Also, as far as ZCashís implementation of Equihash is concerned, H/s = Sol/s. A hash is actually a hash of your solution set which is then compared against the target difficulty.

I think that we should all be on the same page when measuring solution rate, it would create less confusion.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Steemit.com: Blogging is the new Mining on: August 11, 2016, 07:06:36 PM
While they are resolving problem, they should rethink POW rewards, give more to miners and make more secure network

POS is a bullshit from the start, anyone defending it at full is just biased, POS should and will never survive without secure POW!

That would be nice but the Steemit platform has some other major security issues:

Depending on how a transaction was constructed, you can change the Security Keys of another user's account without their permission. See error log below:

    {"witness_owner":"supercomputing5"}
    th_a  database.cpp:700 operator()
3471006ms th_a       witness.cpp:383               maybe_produce_block  ] Clearing pending transactions and attempting again
3471006ms th_a       witness.cpp:382               maybe_produce_block  ] 10 assert_exception: Assert Exception
witness_obj.signing_key == block_signing_private_key.get_public_key():
    {}
    th_a  database.cpp:721 _generate_block

    {"witness_owner":"supercomputing5"}
    th_a  database.cpp:700 operator()
3471006ms th_a       witness.cpp:383               maybe_produce_block  ] Clearing pending transactions and attempting again
3471006ms th_a       witness.cpp:286               block_production_loo ] Failure when producing block with no transactions
3471999ms th_a       witness.cpp:274               block_production_loo ] Not producing block for supercomputing5 because I don't have the private key for STM5b3wkzd5cPuW8tYbHpsM6qo26R5eympAQsBaoEfeMDxxUCLvsY
3472999ms th_a       witness.cpp:274               block_production_loo ] Not producing block for supercomputing5 because I don't have the private key for STM5b3wkzd5cPuW8tYbHpsM6qo26R5eympAQsBaoEfeMDxxUCLvsY
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Steemit.com: Blogging is the new Mining on: July 27, 2016, 06:46:32 PM
# name of witness controlled by this node (e.g. initwitness )
witness = "supercomputing"
witness = "supercomputing1"
witness = "supercomputing2"
witness = "supercomputing3"
witness = "supercomputing4"
witness = "supercomputing5"
witness = "supercomputing6"
witness = "supercomputing7"
witness = "supercomputing8"
witness = "supercomputing9"
witness = "supercomputing10"
witness = "supercomputing11"
witness = "supercomputing12"
witness = "supercomputing13"
witness = "supercomputing14"
witness = "supercomputing15"
witness = "supercomputing16"
witness = "supercomputing17"
witness = "supercomputing18"
witness = "supercomputing19"
witness = "supercomputing20"
witness = "supercomputing21"
witness = "supercomputing22"
witness = "supercomputing23"
witness = "supercomputing24"
.
.
.


# name of miner and its private key (e.g. ["account","WIF PRIVATE KEY"] )
miner = ["supercomputing","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing1","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing2","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing3","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing4","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing5","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing6","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing7","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing8","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing9","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing10","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing11","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing12","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing13","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing14","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing15","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing16","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing17","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing18","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing19","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing20","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing21","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing22","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing23","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
miner = ["supercomputing24","5Jxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"]
.
.
.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Nexus [Niro] - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come on: December 04, 2015, 09:10:28 PM

I remember Cestballot updated the AMD miner, and months later, he did the same to the green team, but it didn't end up working.

Now the AMD guys are getting another update?

Quite the BS I smell....
Not so fast, the AMD (R9) implementation is just now catching up to NVidiaís (Maxwell) implementation for Niro mining in terms of Performance per Watt.

Wolf0 has done an amazing job optimizing/vectorizing the OpenCL kernel for AMD. Itís well written, clean, and easy to follow: 62 MH/s on my R9 280X. If we use his code on NVidia with some minor tweaks, we should see some decent performance gains and retain the Performance per Watt crown. So in a way, he is also indirectly optimizing the code for NVidiaís Maxwell.

Thanks to Wolf0 and Viz.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Nexus [Niro] - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come on: November 25, 2015, 01:56:53 AM
@Wolf0

Miner version: 1.2 (with Wolf0 OpenCL kernel)
OS: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Driver: 14.9
GPU: R9 280X (stock)

[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 511975
60.8 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:06:29
60.8 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:06:40
60.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:06:51
60.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:07:02
61.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:07:13
61.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:07:24
61.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:07:35
61.1 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:07:46
61.1 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511975 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:07:57
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 511976
61.1 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511976 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:08:08
61.2 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511976 | Diff = 36 0-bits | 00:08:19
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 511977
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Nexus [Niro] - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come on: November 25, 2015, 01:33:47 AM

Since you've shown me your code as well, I'll show you mine - but I want your opinion on it. I think it's more clear, clean, and concise than the original: https://ottrbutt.com/tmp/sk1024_djm.cl



Awesome, I will take a look at it sometime tonight or tomorrow and report back.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Nexus [Niro] - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come on: November 24, 2015, 11:43:41 PM
@Wolf0

Downloaded from: https://github.com/BitSlapper/SKMiner

Apart from fixing a few bugs and adding some debugging code, Iíve only made a one line change to the OpenCL (sk1024_djm.cl) kernel code.

It would take a few hours to optimize the OpenCL kernel (using CodeXL) to reduce the VGPRs usage thereby increasing the occupancy. But since youíve already done so and your miner is significantly faster, would you mind sharing your code?


Perhaps when the miner I'm working on for Viz is released. In the meantime, I'll show you my CodeXL analysis for Tahiti if you show me yours for the one you have.

I didn't optimize the existing kernel, really, I rewrote it, but it's surprising that such a small edit would do so well.

Here you go:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/jotw7xgp2re8qwi/Nov-24-2015_17-24-21.zip?dl=0
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Nexus [Niro] - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come on: November 24, 2015, 10:49:32 PM
@Wolf0

Downloaded from: https://github.com/BitSlapper/SKMiner

Apart from fixing a few bugs and adding some debugging code, Iíve only made a one line change to the OpenCL (sk1024_djm.cl) kernel code.

It would take a few hours to optimize the OpenCL kernel (using CodeXL) to reduce the VGPRs usage thereby increasing the occupancy. But since youíve already done so and your miner is significantly faster, would you mind sharing your code?
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Nexus [Niro] - Pure SHA3 + CPU/GPU + nPoS + 15 Active Innovations + More to Come on: November 24, 2015, 09:19:36 PM
Miner version: 1.2 (cleaned up to compile and run on Linux)
OS: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Driver: 14.9
GPU: R9 280X (stock)

[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 511517
39.5 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511517 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:29:00
39.5 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511517 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:29:11
39.6 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 511517 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:29:22

[Block Nonce = 989773809]
00000000035f7878e09d8e2c442be919182bf0f6caed9b14e2ef1252e40b6925f30bfed7aa6c70\
e444fba536bd560b643886ca5a83fe35d453367bfc1c0c687cee6d815eeab873cfea8acdd2b887\
9560e8b8fa81c1339c1bff614ac7113abdac2085c684582845cfca6728eb848709e7d77411e141\
a6126122709105b5da1cda


******* BLOCK with 38 Leading Zero Bits FOUND *******

             ...Preparing for Block Submission...

Submitting Block...
[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 511518
39.3 MH/s | 1 Blks ACC=1 REJ=0 | Height = 511518 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:29:34
39.3 MH/s | 1 Blks ACC=1 REJ=0 | Height = 511518 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:29:45
19  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Dust threshold changed without any mention in 0.11.1 on: October 26, 2015, 09:32:37 PM
Using Bitcoin for other than monetary purpose is not abuse if you are willing to pay the price. (may it be either in fees or in dust)
You can't abuse Bitcoin anyway. Some tried, did not worked so much.
Ah, this reminds me of a girl at the university who came from a very wealthy family and thought that some rules did not apply to her. There was a reserved parking area which she did not hold a permit for, but she parked there anyway. She would pay her fines and repeat the offense. This went on for quite some time before the university was fed up and made it a point to tow the vehicles of repeate offenders.

The purpose of the reserved lot wasnít there to bring in additional revenue for the university from those who can afford to violate the rules and pay the fines. It was there to serve the needs of those who were designated to use it.

The same can be applied to Bitcoin; abusing the system because you can afford to pay the fines does not make it OK and should be discouraged.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Ethereum: Welcome to the Beginning on: August 09, 2015, 09:57:28 PM
Well, when there will be a pool?)

Haha there is no way a pool can handle all the DDoS attacks happening now that Ethereum is the most profitable coin to mine.
Solo mining is your only option.



How many ETH do you with a regular 280x GPU currently?

Benchmark: ASUS Radeon R9 280X R9280X-DC2T-3GD5
Using platform: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
Using device: Tahiti(OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1573.4))

GROUP_SIZE = 64

DAG_SIZE = 8388593

Trial 1... 28043946
Trial 2... 27688960
Trial 3... 27688960
Trial 4... 28043946
Trial 5... 27688960

min/mean/max: 27688960/27830954/28043946 H/s
inner mean: 27807288 H/s


Actual mining: ASUS Radeon R9 280X R9280X-DC2T-3GD5
GPU 0: core=1070MHz mem=1600MHz util=99% powertune=-1 fanspeed=70 temp=64C

ethminer  Mining on PoWhash #d217ded5‚¶ : 27557610 H/s = 911605760 hashes / 33.08 s
ethminer  Mining on PoWhash #d217ded5‚¶ : 27558745 H/s = 925450240 hashes / 33.581 s
ethminer  Mining on PoWhash #d217ded5‚¶ : 27559038 H/s = 939294720 hashes / 34.083 s
ethminer  Mining on PoWhash #d217ded5‚¶ : 27560120 H/s = 953139200 hashes / 34.584 s


Network Difficulty:
125 GH/s

Average Block Time:
15 s or (Avg. 31,000 ETH per day)

R9 280X Hash Rate:
27.5 MH/s


Average ETH per day for an R9 280X at 125 GH/s network difficulty:
(27.5 / 1000 / 125) x 31000 = 6.82 ETH or 6.37 ETH on stock frequencies

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