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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: RVN Mining Analysis - GPU ROI on: Today at 03:48:46 AM
I must say nvidia suck in mining compared with 200$ vega 56, 1.43$/day , - electric = 1$/day
Im sure you have the same spreadsheet to prove your words? What coin, ROI, daily profit, etc, etc...

He's right if you just look at it today. I only have one Vega56, but after adjusting the hashrate for my miner's fee and the pool fee, I get a net 2094 h/s on Monero for 185W at the wall (it averages a little over 2160 h/s before accounting for fees) . That's currently $1.44/day - (185W/1000*24*$0.10) = $0.99/day net profit. Of course, it takes a little more knowledge and effort to set up a Vega56 than an Nvidia card and a couple months ago it was barely breaking even while a lot of NVidia cards were still making decent profits (e.g. At one point, my GTX 1060s were making $0.25+ per day on Grin while my Vega 56 was making $0.01 on Monero), but at least that's some info to plug into a spreadsheet for people to analyze on their own.
2*1063 that costs about $100 from second hand each gives about $1.20 even at wtm.  Your Vega was great yesterday, today it falls down again. Make your spreadsheet and collect information week by week to see the whole situation.

Absolutely agree and that constant fluctuation is why I diversified gpu purchases over time. I personally have everything from 2080Ti down to RX470 and most every card in between. But since the prior poster didn't provide any info, I was just putting the info out there for others who might be interested in adding it to their spreadsheets.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: RVN Mining Analysis - GPU ROI on: June 23, 2019, 07:26:32 PM
I must say nvidia suck in mining compared with 200$ vega 56, 1.43$/day , - electric = 1$/day
Im sure you have the same spreadsheet to prove your words? What coin, ROI, daily profit, etc, etc...

He's right if you just look at it today. I only have one Vega56, but after adjusting the hashrate for my miner's fee and the pool fee, I get a net 2094 h/s on Monero for 185W at the wall (it averages a little over 2160 h/s before accounting for fees) . That's currently $1.44/day - (185W/1000*24*$0.10) = $0.99/day net profit. Of course, it takes a little more knowledge and effort to set up a Vega56 than an Nvidia card and a couple months ago it was barely breaking even while a lot of NVidia cards were still making decent profits (e.g. At one point, my GTX 1060s were making $0.25+ per day on Grin while my Vega 56 was making $0.01 on Monero), but at least that's some info to plug into a spreadsheet for people to analyze on their own.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: NBMiner v23.3, Nvidia GPU Miner for Grin, AE, BTM, ETH, SWAP on: June 21, 2019, 06:01:56 PM
Hi all,

Been racking my brain for weeks trying to figure out why my 2080 ti's crash mining grin31...I have a couple machines with 1080ti's and they run wonderfully, but this machine has 3 cards, 1 x 1080ti and 2 x 2080ti's and within a min or so of firing up the miner one of the 2018ti's crash - fans go to full bore and 0's show in afterburner.   The machine is quite powerful with an 8 core cpu and 64 GB of RAM.  I've got VRAM set to 80GB, my machines with 6 x 1080ti's runs great with 70GB...Power supply is probably on the edge at 850 watts, but I monitor the usage and run the cards at 65%..And the wattage stays below 700 ish on the machine...I've uninstalled drivers, swapped cables, tried different drivers, lowered the clocks...Any tips on what else I could try would be greatly appreciated.  It will mine x16r for weeks without an issue...It's not just this miner, it's all miners for grin31, but I posted here because this miner is the best which means this thread probably has some real smart folks...

Are you using SMOS? Have you tested it without the 1080ti? I had this issue in February when I tried to run a rig with two 20-series cards (2080ti + 2070) and four 10-series cards (1080ti x2 + 1080 x2) on SMOS. I tried every configuration I could come up with and every time a 20-series card was mixed with a 10-series card, the fan on one or more of them wouldn't work right and that(those) card(s) would crash. I had to split the rig, which added 40-50W, but back then it was still more profitable in my situation to run the 1080s on Grin31 instead of Grin29. When you consider the extra electricity, it is now more profitable for me to run all the cards on one rig using Windows and just have the 2070 and two 1080s mining Grin29. I have no real technical expertise here and no idea if this is just an SMOS issue or more broadly a Linux issue.

Thanks for the reply...I should of mentioned these are Windows 10 machines...I did try running it on just the 2080ti's but no luck...the other machines with no 20180ti's have 0 issues...So strange.  I've swapped risers and cables...Might be the power supply but it runs so many other algos without issue...I've tried running them at 50% and still they crash.  I'll try like you said, run Grin31 on the 1080ti and 29 on the 2080ti's



Okay. In that case, if you have another power supply, I'd try it because the power usage on Grin jumps around alot, but I would think it would run a little bit before that caused an issue. Hopefully you can get it figured out.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: NBMiner v23.3, Nvidia GPU Miner for Grin, AE, BTM, ETH, SWAP on: June 21, 2019, 05:24:47 AM
Hi all,

Been racking my brain for weeks trying to figure out why my 2080 ti's crash mining grin31...I have a couple machines with 1080ti's and they run wonderfully, but this machine has 3 cards, 1 x 1080ti and 2 x 2080ti's and within a min or so of firing up the miner one of the 2018ti's crash - fans go to full bore and 0's show in afterburner.   The machine is quite powerful with an 8 core cpu and 64 GB of RAM.  I've got VRAM set to 80GB, my machines with 6 x 1080ti's runs great with 70GB...Power supply is probably on the edge at 850 watts, but I monitor the usage and run the cards at 65%..And the wattage stays below 700 ish on the machine...I've uninstalled drivers, swapped cables, tried different drivers, lowered the clocks...Any tips on what else I could try would be greatly appreciated.  It will mine x16r for weeks without an issue...It's not just this miner, it's all miners for grin31, but I posted here because this miner is the best which means this thread probably has some real smart folks...

Are you using SMOS? Have you tested it without the 1080ti? I had this issue in February when I tried to run a rig with two 20-series cards (2080ti + 2070) and four 10-series cards (1080ti x2 + 1080 x2) on SMOS. I tried every configuration I could come up with and every time a 20-series card was mixed with a 10-series card, the fan on one or more of them wouldn't work right and that(those) card(s) would crash. I had to split the rig, which added 40-50W, but back then it was still more profitable in my situation to run the 1080s on Grin31 instead of Grin29. When you consider the extra electricity, it is now more profitable for me to run all the cards on one rig using Windows and just have the 2070 and two 1080s mining Grin29. I have no real technical expertise here and no idea if this is just an SMOS issue or more broadly a Linux issue.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Efudd's Z-Series Fuddware v2.2 Discussion Thread/ Now with NiceHash Support (Z9) on: June 19, 2019, 06:57:38 PM
Yeah, that is weird. By chance do you have the logfile from this same time? Specifically the lines that say "Switching pool"?

The logs on these rotate quickly... what I'm gonna do for now is flag your system as no-dev-fee though because the last thing I want is for you to be having issues with something you need to run (board that must be run lower clock).

That is active as of 6/19/2019 @ 06:49:27 UTC.

This is not the first time I've seen what you are describing and I have not been able to come up with a reproducible test case. I believe there is a "race condition" (timing issues) that is causing this, but I would have to see a log of the "Switching pool" lines to confirm.

Alternatively, some pool issues can cause it, but I've discounted those since you have a 2nd machine running as an effective control here.

I am sincerely sorry for the challenges you've run into; it is not the experience I want for any user.

(I now have your support ID saved, you can edit it out of your original post now if you'd like -- it is unique to your machine).

Thank you,

Jason

I have the logfile for the last couple days. Here's a screenshot of where the most recent issue happened (Jun 19 03:08:13 to 03:19:20):
https://imgur.com/a/fkGx3hh

I can send you the rest of the logfile if you need...what's the best way to get it to you?
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Efudd's Z-Series Fuddware v2.2 Discussion Thread/ Now with NiceHash Support (Z9) on: June 19, 2019, 06:32:13 AM
Since the dev pool stay in place even when not being used, if the primary pools are not reachable or otherwise have some connectivity issue, cgminer will automatically fail over to another pool. There is a chance in that scenario that it could make it to the dev pool.

However, when the primary pool recovers, cgminer should automatically switch back within 5 minutes of identifying the pool as responsive again (it has a 5 minute holdback timer to make sure things stabilize).

This scenario could be what you have seen. There should be clear indication in the logs if this were the case.

Regardless, please do let me know if you isolate things any more. I am definitely interested in ensuring everything acts as expected.

Thank you,

Jason

I've run into this issue again, where my Z9 Mini is disconnecting from the pool (presumably to dev fee mine), then won't connect again for several hours or until I restart it. I thought it was just an issue with Prohashing's pool since I wasn't entirely sure I'd seen it at other pools. But recently when I've mined on Slushpool, I'm getting the same issue. Again, I have two Z9 Minis - one works fine at 750Mhz without your firmware, so I only use your firmware on the other, which has to run one hashboard at lower clocks. I switched both over to Slushpool at the same time and the one without your firmware has been connected the whole time, while the one running your firmware has disconnected and submitted no shares to my pool for 2+ hours at least 3 times in the last week - in fact, one of the times was over 6 hours before I realized.

Screenshot of my miner status page showing an example of the latest issue:
https://imgur.com/a/rOXBkde

And my support id:
****

Can you look into this?
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Efudd's Z-Series Fuddware v2.2 Discussion Thread/ Now with NiceHash Support (Z9) on: May 13, 2019, 03:12:09 AM
...snip...

Just a data point regarding this: I've noticed several occasions where my Mini has continued to mine for a few hours, but is not mining my pool. I know it has happened with Prohashing multiple times, and I think at least once on Flypool. To the best of my knowledge, its been maybe 5-10 times since 2.1d came out, but I've never spent time on it or looked into any further - I've just restarted and it fixes itself (though that is actually adding some dev mining on restart).

One thought...

There is a new antminer malware that does not infect the miner directly, but instead uses the API to change the mining pools and runs from another infected computer (at least that is what it appears so far). It uses flypool for the mining.  I haven't managed to get a copy of the malware yet to figure out exactly what it is doing, however. I confirmed this on another customer's system yesterday and implemented a temporary workaround for that user.

If you happen to be using awesomeminer, you will be able to tell if this is happening to you because all of the pools will disappear except the malware pool.

If you'll catch me on discord, we can troubleshoot it together and see what is going on.

Thank you,

Jason

I have two Z9 Minis running - one with your firmware and one without. This issue only occurs on the one with your firmware. I don't use AwesomeMiner or any other software to monitor, track, etc. It happens when I am mining on prohashing and I could be mistaken, but I thought at least once when I was mining on flypool. I never tried to see where it was actually mining or any other info; I just restarted and moved on. It hasn't been a big enough deal to date for me to worry about - just thought it might be useful info for you if others run into the same issue. Until it happened while I was mining flypool, I assumed it was probably issue on Prohashing's side. And since I'm not 100% sure it did occur mining flypool, I'm still not ruling out that its a Prohashing issue.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Efudd's Z-Series Fuddware v2.2 Discussion Thread/ Now with NiceHash Support (Z9) on: May 11, 2019, 05:18:27 AM
Hello! I start to use firmware on my Antminer z9. But i saw that 4 of them started to mine zec.ss.poolin.com - for dev fee, i guess. But after more than 1 hour they did not change back to my pool. I rebooted them, but the change back to zec.ss.poolin.com. Is this a bug?

Support ID please? Are you running minerstat, by chance? Join the discord and send me a PM to get my attention and we can figure out what is going on here.. to answer your question, no, I expect it is not a bug since these firmwares have been running for months without that type of issue. Let's figure out what is going on in your environment.

Are you mining piratepool by chance? I see problems with piratepool connectivity reasonably often (you can use luxor's arrr pool instead). If your other pools are not configured properly or are not up, cgminer will automatically switch to a working pool.


-j

Just a data point regarding this: I've noticed several occasions where my Mini has continued to mine for a few hours, but is not mining my pool. I know it has happened with Prohashing multiple times, and I think at least once on Flypool. To the best of my knowledge, its been maybe 5-10 times since 2.1d came out, but I've never spent time on it or looked into any further - I've just restarted and it fixes itself (though that is actually adding some dev mining on restart).
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/CuckooCycle miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 15.2.0 on: March 06, 2019, 10:24:53 PM
Echoing what others have said, the latest Bminer is showing a higher hashrate on Grin31, but the pool is showing a lower hashrate than with 15.1.0. This is using both 1080Ti's and 1080's on Luxor. Combined hashrate was 4.37 on Bminer and 4.19 on Luxor with 15.1.0. Combined hashrate of 4.56 on Bminer, but 4.02 on Luxor using 15.2.0 over a 24 hour perioed. No noticeable difference in rejected/stale shares, but fidelity was lower. I already switched back to 15.1.0.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: NBMiner v14.0, Nvidia GPU Miner for Grin, BTM, ETH on: February 21, 2019, 10:18:13 PM
Anyone tested lower RTX cards like the 2080,2070 and 2060?

I've only tested BTM using v20.0, but my 2070 gets 9030 h/s at stock settings (1665core/6800mem/100%power on my card). With power set to 80%, the hashrate drops to about 8350 h/s. I was happy with that, so haven't played around with lots of settings.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Grin | Cuckoo POW | Benchmarking from c29 to c31 | Everything you need to know on: February 21, 2019, 03:19:01 PM
On second thoughts maybe not. Depends on the rejected shares rate (Bminer).
Will know for sure tomorrow, unless someone else can confirm it.

I've been running Bminer v15.0 for a few days now. Some users were reporting stability issues, and I had some early with my prior overclocks, but running with stock core/memory and slight undervolt on SMOS, I've only had two restarts in a little over 3 days between two rigs. One rig has 2x 1080Ti (0/0/225W) + 2x 1080 (0/0/155W) and gets a combined 4.19gps poolside (miner reports 4.38gps) on C31 using Luxor, with less than 0.2% rejects. I haven't tested it on any other pools. If you're just looking at 1080Tis, mine report ~1.26 poolside (1.32gps on the miner). I've also got a 2080Ti running at 1.84gps poolside (miner reports 1.91gps) on C31. The new NBMiner looks interesting and I'd like to test it, but I have testing fatigue, so it'll probably be a few days before I get around to it.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/CuckooCycle miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 15.0.0 on: February 19, 2019, 02:56:47 PM
Mining C31 with version 15.0.0 for 20 hours on SMOS:
Rig 1= 1080 x2 (0/0/150W) + 1080Ti x2 (0/0/225W) with one crash and average 4.34gps in miner. Pool hashrate 4.1gps.
Rig 2= 2080Ti x1 (0/0/225W) with no crashes and average 1.91gps in miner. Pool hashrate 1.83gps.


Mining C29 with version 14.3.0 for 24+ hours on Windows 10:
One rig a single 2070 (75/750/80%) with no crashes and average 6.17gps in miner. Pool hashrate 5.97gps.

My 2070 would not run C31 on SMOS due to insufficient memory.


Prior to dropping my overclocks, I had stability issues on C31. Also, Bminer can't read the device status for the 2070 on Windows. (SMOS and Gminer on Windows both read it fine, so its not an issue with the card itself).
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Grin | Cuckoo POW | Benchmarking from c29 to c31 | Everything you need to know on: February 19, 2019, 12:12:19 AM
Rather than spewing numbers about, I'd encourage you to continue testing.


OK. Bminer (v14 or v15) poorly supports cuckoo. It is very unstable. The difference in G/s compared to Gminer (v1.3.1) is minimal. Pool side. It's a fidelity thing.
And I don't just spew numbers out. A couple of posts back I meant (7.1 solid) miner side sure, but a few posts further back you can check exactly what you asked, and I answered for the second time. Only for you 'correct me' a third time round.



which is low? pool or bminer?


Pool.
You get 7.1 G/s on bminer with your 1080ti, which as it's supposed to be ATM.
On the other hand, the pool reports a lower graph rate (5.6 G/s~20% less), which impacts your shares and your profits imo.
For sparkpool is the other way round.
My X4 1080ti's report 28.4 on bminer (same as yours), whereas on the pool side I have an average of ~26 G/s.
Also they fluctuate up to 34 G/s (pool side again). In any case that makes it 6.5 G/s on average instead of your 5.6 G/s.

I cannot post proof of this ATM, cause I had a few power cuts today and it's all messed up. Tomorrow.


Instead of blaming others maybe you should read more.
Or maybe you should actually just contribute.

PS: Luxor is not advised as far as I'm concerned. Maybe it has a nice response where you live, but it's short of dodgy. It's the only pool I have lost coins in the past.

This took a wrong turn. I apologize because my bolded point (above) came across wrong. My intent was that instead of ME spewing numbers about, I'd just encourage you to test on your own - we may have different results based on where we live or our equipment, etc. I'm not blaming anyone for anything. I simply have observed different results than yours, those results have been consistent over several different versions of different miners, and those results match up with what others I've talked to have reported. Those results are that: 1) Bminer is significantly faster than Gminer on the poolside (especially, but not limited to C31); and 2) Gminer's reported hashrate is consistently higher than the pool reports, while Bminer's is the opposite. I've found this true on multiple pools, so I don't think its just an issue with the pool.

Having said all of that, I've found Bminer's latest version to be less stable and not underreporting hashrate compared to the pool for C29. For C31, it's rocking along on SMOS. Right now, I'm mostly mining C31 and get 1.91gps on my 2080Ti (0/0/225W), 1.3gps on each 1080Ti(0/0/225W), 0.87gps on each 1080(0/0/150W). I also get about 18.1gps using v 14.3.1 on my P106 x6(200/1500/80W) rig on C29.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Grin | Cuckoo POW | Benchmarking from c29 to c31 | Everything you need to know on: February 18, 2019, 09:02:58 PM
Did you confirm your hashrate poolside?



Running on sparkpool, with a nice average, using GMiner 1.3.1 on 4 X 1080ti's mining c29.
That would make it 6.5 G/s+ AVERAGE per ti. Reward wise as expected.
It could be your pool. You should try another one.

Firstly, I made a mistake in my prior post. I intended to say Bminer showed 6.0 gps (not 5.6gps), but poolside, I got 6.1 gps. You mentioned in your prior post that you were getting a solid 7.1 gps per card, but this post shows you're getting 6.5 gps poolside - that was my whole point. Gminer shows significantly higher hashrates than the pool, while other miners do not and/or it is less pronounced.


Rather than spewing numbers about, I'd encourage you to continue testing. I've tested Luxor, F2pool, sparkpool, and Grinmint using Minerbabe's Kbminer, Bminer, Gminer, and Grinminer on Linux (mostly SMOS) plus Bminer, Gminer, and Grinpro on Windows 10. I've done some with a P106 x6 rig + 2 1080s, 2 1080 Ti's, a 2070, and a 2080 Ti in various configurations. (Side note: Every time I add 20xx cards to a rig with 10xx cards on SMOS, one 10xx card fan will stop working correctly, so I have to separate them). I'm located in the southeast US, and in every test I've conducted, Luxor has shown lower rejects and higher reported hashrates than F2pool, sparkpool, on grinmint (in that order). Additionally, Gminer has always shown a higher hashrate than reported poolside, and Bminer has always shown a lower or equal hashrate to that reported poolside.

If you are only going to use Windows, I've found that, for my circumstances on the pools I've tried and the cards I have, Bminer 14.0+ shows better results than Gminer 1.31.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Grin | Cuckoo POW | Benchmarking from c29 to c31 | Everything you need to know on: February 18, 2019, 12:02:07 AM
Have tried in the past couple of days things with Bminer up to v14.3.1 on windows 10.
Have not succeed on getting it to run c31, despite upgrading to CUDA 10 and the latest NVDIA driver (418.81).
Quote
'Insufficient memory 9177.59 MB available on device (#0). Unable to run the solver'
On c29 it runs OK-ish, without achieving the named speed (6.6 G/s instead of 7.1 G/s).

On the other hand GMiner v1.3.1 runs fine on both c29 & c31 - even with CUDA 9.
I get a solid 7.1 G/s per ti on c29, & 0.66 G/s for c31. Those are the best speeds I've seen so far for c29, c31 and windows.

It appears that Linux miners will always come first.


Did you confirm your hashrate poolside? I ran Gminer 1.3.1 for 24 hours on a 2070 and it showed 6.2-6.3 the whole time on the miner, but my 24hr pool hashrate was 5.6 for that period. Then I tried it on Bminer 14.3.1 and it showed 5.7 on the miner, but 6.1 at the pool. Both tests were ~24 hour periods, so it seems like its a legit result. Also, this matches what I observed a couple weeks ago when comparing Bminer vs Gminer using 1080s and 1080Ti's - the pool hashrate always was lower than Gminer reported, while the pool hashrate was always higher than what Bminer reported. I've read some others who said the same thing. All my testing was using Windows 10 and at Luxor for the 2070, but F2pool for the 1080s and 1080Ti's.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/CuckooCycle miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 15.0.0 on: February 17, 2019, 07:37:33 PM
Anyone running SMOS have problems with mixing 20xx cards with 10xx cards? I moved two 1080Ti's to their own rig after Bminer 14.3.0 came out and they ran fine until I added a 2080Ti to the rig yesterday. When I did that, the card listed last on SMOS (device 2 in this case) stopped working correctly and the card would overheat. When I removed that card, the card that was now listed last on SMOS (device 1 in this case) stopped working correctly. I tried different USB cables, risers, power supply, motherboard and it is always the same: the 1080Ti fans work fine until I add the 2080Ti, then one stops working correctly. So I tested a 2070 with two 1080s and the same exact thing happened - the fan won't work correctly on the card listed last on SMOS any time a 20xx card is added to the rig. I was assuming it was an issue with SMOS, but all my testing was with Bminer 14.3.1 on the latest SMOS.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/CuckooCycle miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 14.3.1 on: February 14, 2019, 03:25:39 PM
Sure https://grin.luxor.tech/miner/GRIN/bakermining76. But its not very useful because the public pages don't show information on payouts - only the unpaid balances. I don't see a way to attach a screenshot to my post and I don't want to upload a pic somewhere else just so I can link it here. You're welcome to watch the balance on my page grow until I cash out somewhere around 3 GRIN, though.
ok. thanks. so, payouts are closed for public.
and stat for revenue - 24h Reward / 24h Revenue / 72h Reward / 72h Revenue also? Shown only when logged?

btw, on Luxor: Efficiency - 100.00% on all rigs.


As far as I can tell, the Revenue tab is just not being used. All it shows on my dashboard is 0's, except for the Network Difficulty. For me, efficiency has ranged from 99.83% to 100%, and I rarely see rejected shares on Bminer - On my P106Rig, Bminer shows 3286 accepted / 19 rejected. The Luxor reported efficiency appears to actually be 15-minute efficiency or something similar.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/CuckooCycle miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 14.3.1 on: February 14, 2019, 02:15:29 PM
Luxor.... the payouts are consistent.

I looked through first 30 top miners and did not find ANY single payout. only unpaid balances. some have 100+ grins unpaid. seems very strange. can you provide link to your account?


Sure https://grin.luxor.tech/miner/GRIN/bakermining76. But its not very useful because the public pages don't show information on payouts - only the unpaid balances. I don't see a way to attach a screenshot to my post and I don't want to upload a pic somewhere else just so I can link it here. You're welcome to watch the balance on my page grow until I cash out somewhere around 3 GRIN, though.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/CuckooCycle miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 14.3.1 on: February 14, 2019, 09:50:41 AM
Anyone made bminer to work with this setup: SMOS, C31, grinmint, 1080ti ? If so, can you paste your command line? I always get shares rejected due to low difficulty

Are you set on grinmint? I've tested Windows, SMOS, and Minerbabe for C29 and C31 using Bminer, Gminer, Kbminer (Minerbabe), Grinpro, and Grinminer and with every possible setup, I've had poor results on grinmint. Sparkpool was not great either. Even after paying 3% fees at F2pool, I was doing better there. Then I realized Luxor had a closer server to me, had 0 fees on GRIN (for now), and also did PPS, so even though they're pool hashrate is low, the payouts are consistent. Also, unlike F2pool, you can mine C29 and C31 and it all goes to the same wallet instead of having to hit a 3 Grin payout separately for each algo. As of now, I have a 2x 1080Ti rig on SMOS, C31, 180/600/225W and am getting 2.65 gps poolside with 100% efficiency on Luxor (efficiency has dipped as low as about 99.83% at times). Just my experience - I currently only have 10 gpus split between 3 rigs mining Grin right now (would be two rigs if Bminer worked on Windows 10 for C31) -  you may have different results depending on your setup and where you're located.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/CuckooCycle miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 14.3.1 on: February 14, 2019, 04:35:38 AM
Getting this error with C31 f2pool:

Code:
Connected to grin31.f2pool.com:13654         
Get error: Connection reset by peer, resetting in 5 seconds

But it works with grinmint pool. Anyone knows why?!?!??!?

Did you change the scheme correctly? I got in a hurry the other day and changed my scheme to "cuckaroo31" instead of "cuckatoo31" and I think that's the message I was getting before I realized what I'd done.
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