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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [1080 | 1080TI] ETHlargement - The Hashrate Hardener on: September 16, 2020, 11:00:58 AM
The pill doesn't work on my PC anymore 1080TI FE but the ones on the rig which are Gigabyte Gaming OC or whatever are still getting a decent boost. Not in the 50's anymore sadly but 47 is still good.
Use Morpheus pill

Project MorpheusETH - pill to increase hashrate using algorithms such as: Ethash/KawPow/ProgPow
Support all miners for Windows (AMD+Nvidia)
The project is being actively developed, and a new version with new features will be presented soon

GutHub: SCAM

VirusTotal: SCAM

Working algorithm:
 -Launch the miner
 -Start the tablet (the tablet is launched in silent mode)
 -Expect an increase in the hashrate (on average, the process takes up to one hour

If the hashrate does not increase, write your system and the miner you are launching to github.

SCAM
2  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Free ManyVids.com Exploit - Get all videos for free! on: June 19, 2019, 12:51:51 AM
Hey, this is originally paid method but now provided here for free.

It's bypassing the payment processor with a bug and you can get unlimited amount of items in your cart for free.
Currently have tried it only on Manyvids.

Guide is here:
https://anonymousfiles.io/1N2gthF1/

Code used in Chrome console is here:
https://anonymousfiles.io/JMTMCHnu/

The code basically just runs:

window.open("https://pastebin.com/raw/zcUcd2tm");

The rest is a ruse. Don't send your money.
3  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: USB Miners at crazy prices. Why? on: June 12, 2019, 02:50:04 PM
Wow, crazy - took a look at ebay's recently sold items, had no idea people would pay anything for these. Hard to call the sellers scammers though - especially the ones listed as auctions without promising any type of return, just listing what it does - if someone's willing to pay.... though I personally would make it very clear that it's basically a collector's item/lottery ticket only.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Acorn M.2 FPGA based GPU Accelerator on: October 22, 2018, 02:33:58 PM
"us people" are the ones not losing our ass in scams either.

I'll take that.

there's three separate threads here involving some kind of FPGA group buy, and they are all gigantic train wrecks.

I can confirm tracking on a BCU purchased from Mineority, supposed to arrive Weds via Fedex, FWIW.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: CCminer(SP-MOD) Modded NVIDIA Maxwell / Pascal kernels. on: September 13, 2018, 10:59:59 PM
z-enemy wins 10-12% Net income of z-enemy miner

My opensource is improving and is now running at the same speed as the enemy miner did a few weeks ago.
Every algo has a limit, and the competition can't add 10-15% a week forever.

Thanks - your contributions have made it easier for even a relative novice to make further modifications to the code and come out (slightly) ahead of enemy and trex, even before their fees.

I've bought a couple mods from you - and been rejected when I asked for a discount on multiple, oh well, but I do have to say that your contributions have been very valuable, and make me more willing to pay full price in the future if it makes sense.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Question to mod of altcoin mining. on: February 18, 2018, 04:32:56 PM
Bump  looking for an answer  as to where to place this thread.

Fwiw, I feel like the altcoin mining community is somewhat distinct from the rest of the altcoin section (edit - so I would keep it in the altcoin mining sectoin). From what I see, many here don't necessarily care much about the specific coin they're mining, only that it gets them the best return (lately people talk more about $, but I think a lot of altcoin miners are doing it to trade them for btc - I fall in that camp).
7  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: WTS Pascalcoin account with 1750 accounts. on: February 12, 2018, 01:06:43 AM
Doesn't belong in the Goods forum. Mods need to start nuking threads off topic.

Well, is there a better place for it?

Maybe digital goods?

Most of those are not Crypto and are scams or illegal crap.

Wow, yeah, most seem like scams - maybe a couple of domains for sale are legit - but it still seems like the right topic for it even though that topic needs work, or maybe in the thread for this alt?
8  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: WTS Pascalcoin account with 1750 accounts. on: February 11, 2018, 11:39:15 PM
Doesn't belong in the Goods forum. Mods need to start nuking threads off topic.

Well, is there a better place for it?

Maybe digital goods?
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [Cast XMR] high speed XMR/CryptoNight miner for RX Vega GPUs (2 KHash/s) on: November 06, 2017, 03:47:11 PM
RE: Temperatures:

58 on GPU is too much.

The temperatures that cast gives are the GPU temps. These are irrelevant for vega as it's the HBM that gets too hot.

@OP: Please add HBM temperatures to the log on cast-xmr ! These are all we care for with vega!


Now, my GPU temps are always around 48-50C. The HBM is usually 10 degrees hotter (58-60C). At 65 the HBM will back-off to cool down and this will cause lower hash rate.

My ambient temp is about 25C and my fans are ~3200-3400 RPM. I do have fresh air intake blowing ambient air on the rigs.

Whatever you do, 65 is the limit on HBM.

How do we know that 65 is the limit on HBM? I have a rig of Vega 56 cards running at ~1950 h/s for over a week, with core temp set to 70 (high ambient temp location).

On the other hand, I had 2 rigs in a different location where I could easily keep them at 50c core. One runs at ~1950 h/s. The other would start out that high, and then drop sometime thereafter - usually 15 mins to an hour later. Restarting the miner (and it didn't matter which one) would bring them back up to 1950, but again only for a short time.

The only way I could fix it was to reinstall Windows, so I'm guessing there's something else at play here. Or it may be the HBM temp causes the hash rate drop as well, and I got a batch that is less sensitive. But either way I think there's another cause.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [Cast XMR] high speed XMR/CryptoNight miner for RX Vega GPUs (2 KHash/s) on: November 05, 2017, 06:34:46 PM
I have an issue when comparing hash rates reported from cast-xmr and the hashrates I see at the pool (supportxmr).


My benchmark rig is made of 4xVega56 flashed to 64 cards.

The hashrates for the rig shown by cast-xmr are 7870h/s, constant (i.e. no drops or anything). It's very stable within 40h/s.

However, the real hash rate reported by the pool (supportxmr) are lower than expected. I get 7250h/s. This is about 7.8% lower than reported by cast.

If we take into account:

-) 1.5% dev fee: 118,05 h/s
-) Rejected errors from old jobs (2%): 155 h/s

The total is 273h/s or 3.4%

I'm missing a total of 620H/s (7.8%!). That is another 347h/s  4.4% and is a relevant number.

I have no errors or disconnects. I've been chatting with the maintainers of supportxmr and they sustain that the 24hr period shall fall within 0.1-0.2% of the expected hash rate but mostly never beyond 1%. We're talking 4.4% here.

I'd like to ask if anybody is experiencing something similar, or do your real hash rates (from pools) actually match the reported cast-xmr rates?


thanks.

Is your 24-hour average at the pool consistently lower every day? I get much higher variance than 1% - but it goes both ways, and my average over several days is my hashrate -4.5-5%. I think that's normal - there may be other issues (little things, like the time to switch to mine the devfee, time to switch jobs, add up to something I assume) that make your miners' hashrate appear higher than normal. I don't know if the hashrate reported by the miner is an estimate or not, or whether it counts valid and invalid hashes.

Also, don't forget downtime. Even 15 minutes shaves off over 1%.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Any word on amd vega hash rates? on: October 31, 2017, 12:31:02 PM

Using the blockchain drivers from Aug.23.
Registry undervolting. 905-905 gpu/hbm and 1408/1100 freq on gpu/hbm.

Reducing the memory speeds does nothing. Stak will hang again.

Now, anyone has stak-amd running well on similar hashrates or are you all using some other miner ?


How low are you bringing the memory speeds? 1100 seems high for a 56, and high to run XMR in general. I don't see much improvement over 950, and run mine at 920 getting about 1900h/s (edit - unflashed - I didnt see any benefit flashing to 64, either)
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Any word on amd vega hash rates? on: October 28, 2017, 03:09:58 PM

From pm discussions    4 vega 56's  can be had for about 1700-1800 usd  put in with a ryzen 1700  and a proper mobo.

Build is about 2200.   it will do 8000-8500 for cryptonight/monero  under 700 watts.  so roi is under a year.

how good is that? I am not sure.  What I don't like is  if xmr tanks  the card does not have a lot of value.

The price is coming down to the MSRP, which means that Vega cards should hold their value better going forward. I was really hoping for an ebay bucks promo this week with those Newegg Sapphire 56's at $419, but didn't happen, not for me at least. They're selling quite a bit at that price - I'm a little worried they'll raise it before another promo comes in. Either way, I see it as a good buy right now - XMR is pretty undervalued imo, and would only really tank along with a more widespread alt crash. And it's showing promise with other algos - I think this card has a lot of potential once miner developers have had more time to work with it.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: XZC optimised ccminer (full hashrate reporting and +15% income) on: October 28, 2017, 04:39:05 AM
Lot of people want to try it, but none is ready to pay for it.


Did you ask the same to SP ?




If your modifications are valuable enough, I may be willing to purchase them. You'd have to give me the source code - but - if they're good enough, I'd have no incentive to share it (which would just increase difficulty), and I have no obligation to share it.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Mining with more than 4 Vegas and HBCC -> SOLUTION on: October 26, 2017, 04:25:00 AM
Now Windows defender reports Trojan:Win32/Fuerboss.C!cl in HBCC-Activator.zip
I have to admit that Virustotal reports no threats in it... at least at the moment

That happened to me too when I went to install it on another rig. Both zip and bin check out clean in Virustotal.

Worst they can do is direct all the hashpower to themselves, which they could do anyway with a binary - no need for a trojan.

But I wouldn't run on a machine you use for anything else until this is cleared up. For a mining rig, again, can't see the harm - I'll notice if extra hash is stolen at the pool and promptly report (as would others) - so I don't see a real incentive for the dev to do anything nefarious.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Mining with more than 4 Vegas and HBCC -> SOLUTION on: October 25, 2017, 11:59:01 PM

So the thing is real deal?

Seems to work well - from what I can tell it automates the process of manually toggling the HBCC slider. Much faster (and MUCH easier) than doing it manually. As long as both tools are together, the HBCC-activator runs first, the screen flashes a few times, and then it calls the miner.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: XZC optimised ccminer (full hashrate reporting and +15% income) on: October 25, 2017, 11:25:11 PM
i'm ready to give it for free to someone ready to vouch for it working after testing it.


of course someone with a good rep on the board.

Please keep in mind that ccminer is licensed under GPL, which means that while you are free to modify and distribute as you please (even sell it), anyone you distribute your modified version to must also receive the source code, including your modifications. Otherwise, you're in violation of the terms of the license, and could be liable to the copyright holders.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Any word on amd vega hash rates? on: October 25, 2017, 12:40:34 PM
I need a help.

My rig is Asus Z270-P/Celeron/16Gb/ Vega56 with 64 BIOS

I use this instruction:
https://www.reddit.com/r/MoneroMining/comments/74hjqn/monero_and_vega_the_definitive_guide/?sort=new

If I install 2 GPU - 130W per card
If I install 4 GPU - 160W per card

Why?

Hmm, I noticed that each additional card would add marginally more to my draw from the wall. Not as much as you're reporting - maybe about 5W/GPU (that is 1 GPU adds 130, 2 adds 135 (265 total), 3 adds 140 (405 total), etc.). I just chalked it up to extra CPU, lowered PSU efficiency, or something. Are you saying 2 cards bumps you by 260W, but 4 cards bumps you by 640W?


370W and 720W total.

Your numbers are a bit off, then - what PSU are you using? Most are most efficient around 50% load (something like that, going from memory).
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Any word on amd vega hash rates? on: October 25, 2017, 12:30:50 PM
I need a help.

My rig is Asus Z270-P/Celeron/16Gb/ Vega56 with 64 BIOS

I use this instruction:
https://www.reddit.com/r/MoneroMining/comments/74hjqn/monero_and_vega_the_definitive_guide/?sort=new

If I install 2 GPU - 130W per card
If I install 4 GPU - 160W per card

Why?

Hmm, I noticed that each additional card would add marginally more to my draw from the wall. Not as much as you're reporting - maybe about 5W/GPU (that is 1 GPU adds 130, 2 adds 135 (265 total), 3 adds 140 (405 total), etc.). I just chalked it up to extra CPU, lowered PSU efficiency, or something. Are you saying 2 cards bumps you by 260W, but 4 cards bumps you by 640W?
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Mining with more than 4 Vegas and HBCC -> SOLUTION on: October 25, 2017, 12:26:05 PM
Hey,

Its working on all of my Vega rigs. I uploaded the source code of the modified xmr-stak.
The part which activates hbcc and calls the miner is not open source.

If the license of xmr-stack does not allow this, I will delete it. Please let me know.

Looks good, dev fee for your address is completly fine, but I think GNU GPL say that you have to give all source codes if you release it to the public.


That's correct - the OP is violating the rights of the copyright holder by distributing this binary without the added code.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [OS] nvOC easy-to-use Linux Nvidia Mining v0019-1.3 on: October 24, 2017, 01:32:31 PM
Not all best practices are "necessary" in terms of what is minimally required; that being said, that particular way (including purge) aids in ensuring stability.

Thanks, and fair point - I just didn't have much time and needed to get things going. I also left most of my update/upgrade flags at 1 - something I have to fix later. So I guess skipping the purge part is for folks like me that had just a couple minutes to get their rigs back up.

I'll follow your advice and purge and reinstall later on when I have the time  Smiley
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