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July 09, 2016, 08:34:44 PM
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Fubly,

I performed a more in-depth undervolt testing today. I think this pretty much confirms that the undervolt settings for my S7 AntMiner running cgminer 4.8.1 are not affecting the miner or reducing power consumption at the wall. I think this firmware is fantastic and has many valuable features. However, the one feature that is most important to me and I believe for many others is to extend the life of the S7 miner after the halving and as the difficulty increases by reducing utility costs. The amperage consumed by the S7 Miner does not noticeably change when undervolted even all the way down to the 0600 undervolt setting. Is there any other configuration that can be made to get the Miner to recognize voltage changes with this firmware?

Here are the results of my testing. I kept the frequency at the default 625 for the S7-B7 miner and stepped down the voltage using every setting and pulled the statistics at the 5 minute mark.

Test 1
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4,960
Freq   625.00
Voltage .0706 (Default)
Temps 73/73/73
AMPS 12.66
FAN RPM   3600/3600
Test 2
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4,980
Freq   625.00
Voltage .0696
Temps 73/72/73
AMPS 12.50
FAN RPM   3600/3600
Test 3
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4,930
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0684
Temps   73/72/73
AMPS   12.53
FAN RPM   3720/3600
Test 4
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4,864
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0672
Temps   73/72/74
AMPS   12.57
FAN RPM   3600/3600
Test 5
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4,762
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0660
Temps   73/72/73
AMPS   12.66
FAN RPM   3720/3600
Test 6
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 5059
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0648
Temps   73/72/74
AMPS   12.60
FAN RPM   3720/3600
Test 7
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4731
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0636
Temps   73/73/74
AMPS   12.61
FAN RPM   3720/3600
Test 8
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4,908
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0624
Temps   74/73/74
AMPS   12.60
FAN RPM   3720/3600
Test 9
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4,881
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0625
Temps   73/73/74
AMPS   12.60
FAN RPM   3720/3600
Test 10
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 5,132
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0612
Temps   73/73/74
AMPS   12.60
FAN RPM   3720/3600
Test 10
Hash Rate (5 Min/Avg) 4,999
Freq   625.00
Voltage   .0600
Temps   73/73/74
AMPS   12.55
FAN RPM   3600/3600

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July 09, 2016, 09:52:22 PM
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Fubly,

I noticed in your demo video you used the configuration option: 'Zwilla Mod Special Miner Options ALL: 115200:32:8:7:200:0782:0725'. What are these parameters for specifically and should I be using them for undervolting?

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July 10, 2016, 04:16:23 PM
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Are you using regular cryptoglance? Or is three another one. Sorry if I'm missing something but I've read the thread and and noticed features that I don't recall on standard cryptoglance.
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July 11, 2016, 05:14:04 AM
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Are you using regular cryptoglance? Or is three another one. Sorry if I'm missing something but I've read the thread and and noticed features that I don't recall on standard cryptoglance.

This is not the standard Cryptoglance (which I actually do use use for monitoring all my home miners). This is custom firmware plus a pretty awesome customization of Cryptoglance that is tied in with the custom firmware. The only bummer is that I want to undervolt the S7 Miner and this looks like one of the only options that does not seem to be functioning with this custom firmware or maybe its because the voltage is fixed for the S7. I am looking for a hardware solution for the undervolt now but I don't think anyone has done it except for the S1, S3 and maybe the S5 miners. With my utility rate, am now breaking even with the halving and the current difficulty.



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July 11, 2016, 08:32:53 PM
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The only way to change the chip voltage is to re-program the PIC in the hash board with a PIC programmer.
See sidehack's thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1504228.msg15298837#msg15298837

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July 17, 2016, 04:36:08 PM
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Hi together,

I have some features built in more.

  • Cgminer 4.9.2. with full customize able fan speed (hard nut) from 1% to 100%. The combination of automatic temp control = Ready for halving. Share your results, please.
  • Automatic restart or reboot (Tools -> Settings)
  • new Overview
  • Nicehash support 100% working (not jet tested by NiceHash) see here:Antminer S7 on 4.9.2 at nicehash.com
  • on Firmware page (upgrade App) NO REBOOT NEEDED!!!
  • Working two weeks on Bitmain driver again!!! With Overkill Mode you got the best results now!!!
  • Hardware Errors now at a minimum
  • Accepted Shares nearly 100% (99,992%) possible


For those which are running Version 0026 (check Menu -> Miner -> Firmware upgrade page)

_______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________
How to update if you are running MinTorro > Version 0026

  • download this file Mintorro-SetpOne.tar from your customer account
  • Menu -> Miner -> Firmware upgrade
  • click on run this action button
  • If you don´t have this button goto old style - Upload Archive
  • after second reboot the system is ready for halving and it will start mining with YOUR own Pools

_______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________
How to upgrade if you are running Old Firmware > Version 0026

  • download this file Mintorro-SetpOne.tar from your customer account
  • Menu -> System -> Firmware upgrade
  • On Menu: RESTORE CONFIG select this file
  • click on upload
  • after second reboot the system is ready for halving and it will start mining with YOUR own Pools

_______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________
NEW AntMiner S7 RECOVERY SD-IMAGE - It recovers every board!

How to setup SD-CARD Image?



Setup now your miner
  • click on the menu -> Miner
  • click on -> My local Miner
  • activate NiceHash Mode
  • fill out all other fields
  • click on Make Overkill mode
  • review now your settings
  • click on Start Mining
  • now you will be redirected to the overview Page
  • reload the page if nothing happens after some seconds


Setup Intervals

  • click on the menu 'Tools'
  • click on my Settings
  • best case "activate" now Rig Update Delay to 1 Minute
  • and Pools to 10 minutes (depends on your pool provider)
_______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________

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July 19, 2016, 09:42:08 AM
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Where's the cgminer source code for every version, as is required by the cgminer license.

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July 22, 2016, 01:19:44 AM
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Where's the cgminer source code for every version, as is required by the cgminer license.

Dear Kano,

It is forked from yours! Since March 2016
https://github.com/Zwilla/cgminer
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July 26, 2016, 10:29:37 PM
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hello fubly,

how do I get the free version of your firmware, i'd like to check it out..... i don't see it on your website...

can you put a link up please
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July 28, 2016, 01:08:17 AM
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Where's the cgminer source code for every version, as is required by the cgminer license.

Dear Kano,

It is forked from yours! Since March 2016
https://github.com/Zwilla/cgminer

Firstly, the git does not contain any changes, only a single pull request dated 14th march that isn't even applied.

In that single pull request, among other things, I see commits with empty files ... like zapi.c zapi.h ...
Comments saying it doesn't work ...
A change to show passwords, and a lot of simply deleted code for FPGA and other drivers.

As I said,
Where's the cgminer source code for every version, as is required by the cgminer license?

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July 28, 2016, 12:28:53 PM
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Where's the cgminer source code for every version, as is required by the cgminer license.

Dear Kano,

It is forked from yours! Since March 2016
https://github.com/Zwilla/cgminer

Firstly, the git does not contain any changes, only a single pull request dated 14th march that isn't even applied.

In that single pull request, among other things, I see commits with empty files ... like zapi.c zapi.h ...
Comments saying it doesn't work ...
A change to show passwords, and a lot of simply deleted code for FPGA and other drivers.

As I said,
Where's the cgminer source code for every version, as is required by the cgminer license?

Thumbs up Kano. I was just bumping in to this thread looking for an cgminer version 4.9.2 for the S7`s ....

How ever It does look like their is some very important improvements of the Bitmain Firmware that we all could benefit from. I think Fubly is on the right track with the Bitmain Firmware...

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August 17, 2016, 09:38:24 PM
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Hello all!

As i can see, people had difficulties with this package... So i have my things to tell now.

This is working now pretty well with my 2x S7 Smiley
Those are 54asic models and both are running with lowered mhz, volts, fans, temps and little down with gh/s Wink
Fans are not loud, when under 3000 rpm. My miners temps with 3000 rpm are around 50c(+/-5c)
It was not easy for me neither  to get FW work this well, but i had good support from Mintorro´s team!
My machines works without issues. Those temps are so low that i don´t need to touch fans never.(If fans 100% temps under 40c)
I burned it many times and after several sessions with support things started to work well.

-Be sure that your image is correct and if running from sd, verify that it´s not damaged card.
-https://ant´s ip/login.php opens when it´s ready Smiley

+ Sd-image saved my beaglebone!(Frankenstein mod) Wink Other miner won´t boot without it.
+ Where are errors? 0.0x%
+/- Now i can hear my wife again..Wink So... Smiley

My watts dropped more than work! So back in business with S7´s Smiley
Roomtemp is about 20c and still they are quiet.

Thanks and good luck for others (if problems)! Smiley
Special thanks for Fubly! This is something and works as i need it Smiley


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August 26, 2016, 02:07:26 AM
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As with the above post, yeah as usual, many people don't give a shit about the license requirements on cgminer, and want to support people like fubly who break licenses.

It's the standard open source GPLv3 license as stated in the code ... not difficult to adhere to at all.

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