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June 26, 2016, 07:15:42 AM
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Fantastic job! My poor gtx 750 now doing 1733kH/s Lyra2RE!
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June 27, 2016, 07:12:28 PM
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The best for lyra2v2 on gtx 980 is ?

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June 28, 2016, 05:58:59 AM
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After using the miner it appears that hashrate is not remotely consistent with what is reported by the miner. Poolside hashrate fluctuates from 50-100%

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June 29, 2016, 09:00:47 AM
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need changes about r7 version

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June 29, 2016, 12:42:43 PM
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The best for lyra2v2 on gtx 980 is ?
Thanks .

The fastest lyra2v2 kernal for the maxwell chips is the sp-mod #7 private miner 0.1BTC (All nicehash algos optimized)

   
My version is currently 6% faster than the opensource  CCminer 1.7.6-r6 / r6-fix2 on the gtx 960.
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June 29, 2016, 01:31:15 PM
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WOW! Already avaliable R8 ver! need changelog!!!

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June 29, 2016, 01:47:30 PM
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I'm sorry I'm so late.
Nanashi Meiyo Meijin released CCminer 1.7.6-r8. (1.7.6-r7 was found some bugs.)
It increases the performance in Lyra2RE for Pascal, Maxwell and 750 or 750ti GPUs.
It is the same performance in Lyra2REv2 as compared with the old ones.
And it supports compiling by linux.

Windows Binaries (1.7.6-r8) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmN5NYbLOB2bQlOt
Source Code (1.7.6-r8) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmJ5NYbLOB2bQlOt
In this zip file, ccminer_CUDA8.exe is by compiling in CUDA 8.0. So it needs the latest Nvidia GeForce drivers.
ccminer.exe is by compiling in CUDA 7.5 and suitable for compute capability 5.0 or less of the GPU.(ex.750, 750ti, Kepler or Fermi)
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June 29, 2016, 03:43:26 PM
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Wich coin is using the old lyra2re algo? Lyrabar,vertcoin etc has moved to lyra2v2
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June 29, 2016, 09:12:15 PM
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I'm sorry I'm so late.
Nanashi Meiyo Meijin released CCminer 1.7.6-r8. (1.7.6-r7 was found some bugs.)
It increases the performance in Lyra2RE for Pascal, Maxwell and 750 or 750ti GPUs.
It is the same performance in Lyra2REv2 as compared with the old ones.
And it supports compiling by linux.

Windows Binaries (1.7.6-r8) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmN5NYbLOB2bQlOt
Source Code (1.7.6-r8) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmJ5NYbLOB2bQlOt
In this zip file, ccminer_CUDA8.exe is by compiling in CUDA 8.0. So it needs the latest Nvidia GeForce drivers.
ccminer.exe is by compiling in CUDA 7.5 and suitable for compute capability 5.0 or less of the GPU.(ex.750, 750ti, Kepler or Fermi)

It appears there is no performance difference with r8 vs r6. Tried the normal version and cuda8. This was done on a 1070.

Also it appears the miner is still not compatible with miningrigrentals. You get constant disconnects with 'stratum connection interrupted' message spam.

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June 30, 2016, 03:13:51 AM
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Wich coin is using the old lyra2re algo? Lyrabar,vertcoin etc has moved to lyra2v2

Nanashi read http://cryptomining-blog.com/7973-testing-the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-founders-edition-for-crypto-mining/ and knew that Lyra2RE and Neoscrypt are too slow at GTX 1080.
So he has begun to develop. It does not matter whether or not useful.
Lyra2RE Cryptocoin is Crypto(CTO). We dont know only it...

After using the miner it appears that hashrate is not remotely consistent with what is reported by the miner. Poolside hashrate fluctuates from 50-100%

It appears there is no performance difference with r8 vs r6. Tried the normal version and cuda8. This was done on a 1070.

Also it appears the miner is still not compatible with miningrigrentals. You get constant disconnects with 'stratum connection interrupted' message spam.

Thanks testing. My GTX980 improves 5% in Lyra2RE. So I thought it is the same in Pascal...
Poolside hashrate problem is we also could be confirmed. It will may be resolved soon.
And I signuped miningrigrentals and tried to verify this problem. but i cant be confirmed it. Could you upload screenshot or commandline?
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June 30, 2016, 10:51:59 AM
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ccminer.exe -a lyra2v2 -o stratum+tcp://us-central01.miningrigrentals.com:3333 -u  -p x


I opened a ticket at MRR as well, they said they enabled debugging, but haven't said anything since. With other miners, sometimes this happens, but it will connect after maybe 10 seconds of spam.

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June 30, 2016, 10:56:28 AM
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Lyra2RE Cryptocoin is Crypto(CTO). We dont know only it...

Crypto has a marked value of 1000$ and a turnover of $1 per day.

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/crypto/#markets

There has to be another coin. Anyone?

Nicehash is paying around 0,512BTC a day for all the lyra2re miners.

Wich coin is supporting the algo?
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June 30, 2016, 09:44:06 PM
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[img]http[Suspicious link removed] -a lyra2v2 -o stratum+tcp://us-central01.miningrigrentals.com:3333 -u  -p x


I opened a ticket at MRR as well, they said they enabled debugging, but haven't said anything since. With other miners, sometimes this happens, but it will connect after maybe 10 seconds of spam.
change the port in your config to the port its trying  to reconnect to. (as im typing i cant see the image. port 50093?) rather than the 3333 to 50093
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June 30, 2016, 11:59:08 PM
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Lyra2RE Cryptocoin is Crypto(CTO). We dont know only it...

Crypto has a marked value of 1000$ and a turnover of $1 per day.

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/crypto/#markets

There has to be another coin. Anyone?

Nicehash is paying around 0,512BTC a day for all the lyra2re miners.

Wich coin is supporting the algo?


Don't alway look for a hidden gems or even logic when it comes to nicehash. When sharkcoin was "big" (for some at least) solomining was paying way worse than mining sharkcoin via nicehash.

Some people probably just can't do math or use bots properly.

Avoid centralized, closed source, custodial crypto wallets and exchanges at all costs!
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July 01, 2016, 12:52:14 AM
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[img]http[Suspicious link removed] -a lyra2v2 -o stratum+tcp://us-central01.miningrigrentals.com:3333 -u  -p x


I opened a ticket at MRR as well, they said they enabled debugging, but haven't said anything since. With other miners, sometimes this happens, but it will connect after maybe 10 seconds of spam.
change the port in your config to the port its trying  to reconnect to. (as im typing i cant see the image. port 50093?) rather than the 3333 to 50093

Yup, that's a work around, however, it doesn't fix it. Here is the response I received from MRR to the issue.

"Your miner needs to be able to handle client.reconnect command, which in this case it looks as if it does not. there may be an option to enable it, please consult your miner software. please note that the rig port may change if it has not been active in two days."

Lyra2RE Cryptocoin is Crypto(CTO). We dont know only it...

Crypto has a marked value of 1000$ and a turnover of $1 per day.

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/crypto/#markets

There has to be another coin. Anyone?

Nicehash is paying around 0,512BTC a day for all the lyra2re miners.

Wich coin is supporting the algo?


Don't alway look for a hidden gems or even logic when it comes to nicehash. When sharkcoin was "big" (for some at least) solomining was paying way worse than mining sharkcoin via nicehash.

Some people probably just can't do math or use bots properly.

Sometimes... There are a lot of hidden gems when it comes to mining though. Could be just a unknown coin some where laying low.

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July 01, 2016, 02:16:24 PM
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I'm sorry I'm so late.
Nanashi Meiyo Meijin released CCminer 1.7.6-r8. (1.7.6-r7 was found some bugs.)
It increases the performance in Lyra2RE for Pascal, Maxwell and 750 or 750ti GPUs.
It is the same performance in Lyra2REv2 as compared with the old ones.
And it supports compiling by linux.

Windows Binaries (1.7.6-r8) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmN5NYbLOB2bQlOt
Source Code (1.7.6-r8) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmJ5NYbLOB2bQlOt
In this zip file, ccminer_CUDA8.exe is by compiling in CUDA 8.0. So it needs the latest Nvidia GeForce drivers.
ccminer.exe is by compiling in CUDA 7.5 and suitable for compute capability 5.0 or less of the GPU.(ex.750, 750ti, Kepler or Fermi)

With CCminer 1.7.6-r6 on gtx980 OC i have 29.50 mh/s on lyra2v2

With CCminer 1.7.6-r8 on gtx980 OC i have 29.25 m/s on lyra2v2

Im on win 10 x64 .
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July 17, 2016, 12:17:09 PM
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Nanashi Meiyo Meijin released CCminer 1.7.6-r10. (1.7.6-r9 was released a while ago.)
It increases the performance in Neoscrypt for Pascal, Maxwell.
Lyra2RE and Lyra2REv2 are same in older versions. So Poolside hashrate problem and miningrigrentals bugs are not resolve.


Benchmarks in GTX980

r10(cuda8.0) 653kH/s 190W
r10(cuda7.5) 645kH/s 190W

r9(cuda8.0) 494kH/s 170W
sp1.5.80(cuda7.5) 599kH/s 188W
djm34(cuda6.5) 638kH/s 194W (http://cryptomining-blog.com/6450-new-ccminer-fork-from-djm34-with-faster-neoscrypt/)


Benchmarks in GTX1080

r10(cuda8.0) 1013kH/s
r9(cuda8.0) 412kH/s


Windows Binaries (1.7.6-r10) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmd5NYbLOB2bQlOt
Source Code (1.7.6-r10) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmh5NYbLOB2bQlOt
In this zip file, ccminer_CUDA8.exe is by compiling in CUDA 8.0. So it needs the latest Nvidia GeForce drivers.
ccminer.exe is by compiling in CUDA 7.5 and suitable for compute capability 5.0 or less of the GPU.(ex.750, 750ti, Kepler or Fermi)
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July 17, 2016, 01:57:45 PM
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Nanashi Meiyo Meijin released CCminer 1.7.6-r10. (1.7.6-r9 was released a while ago.)
It increases the performance in Neoscrypt for Pascal, Maxwell.
Lyra2RE and Lyra2REv2 are same in older versions. So Poolside hashrate problem and miningrigrentals bugs are not resolve.


Benchmarks in GTX980

r10(cuda8.0) 653kH/s 190W
r10(cuda7.5) 645kH/s 190W

r9(cuda8.0) 494kH/s 170W
sp1.5.80(cuda7.5) 599kH/s 188W
djm34(cuda6.5) 638kH/s 194W (http://cryptomining-blog.com/6450-new-ccminer-fork-from-djm34-with-faster-neoscrypt/)


Benchmarks in GTX1080

r10(cuda8.0) 1013kH/s
r9(cuda8.0) 412kH/s


Windows Binaries (1.7.6-r10) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmd5NYbLOB2bQlOt
Source Code (1.7.6-r10) : https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aud1FauQ46vHhmh5NYbLOB2bQlOt
In this zip file, ccminer_CUDA8.exe is by compiling in CUDA 8.0. So it needs the latest Nvidia GeForce drivers.
ccminer.exe is by compiling in CUDA 7.5 and suitable for compute capability 5.0 or less of the GPU.(ex.750, 750ti, Kepler or Fermi)

thanks but why comparing the hashrate with the old djm34 version? the new one is much faster.

EDIT: according to crypto mining blog, the 1070 gets less than 900 Kh/s with this fork, I get much more with standard tpruvot's.
EDIT2: someone should tell that japanese guy he's working on old stuff.

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July 17, 2016, 02:31:50 PM
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thanks but why comparing the hashrate with the old djm34 version? the new one is much faster.

EDIT: according to crypto mining blog, the 1070 gets less than 900 Kh/s with this fork, I get much more with standard tpruvot's.
EDIT2: someone should tell that japanese guy he's working on old stuff.

Just tested this r.10 with neoscrypt on my super jetstream 1070.
960 kh/s, but it IS power hungry ))

pallas, could you please provide a link to best neoscrypt miner for pascal (win 7)
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July 17, 2016, 02:33:52 PM
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thanks but why comparing the hashrate with the old djm34 version? the new one is much faster.

EDIT: according to crypto mining blog, the 1070 gets less than 900 Kh/s with this fork, I get much more with standard tpruvot's.
EDIT2: someone should tell that japanese guy he's working on old stuff.

Just tested this r.10 with neoscrypt on my super jetstream 1070.
960 kh/s, but it IS power hungry ))

pallas, could you please provide a link to best neoscrypt miner for pascal (win 7)

you can try 1.8 version of epsylon3 i remember he ported the djm34 version in the last version of his miner
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