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January 27, 2017, 08:54:01 PM
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Hey everyone, updated the CUDA GPU miner with some of KlausT's improvements: https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/releases/tag/v1.04

No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks, but if anyone gets a block with this, please let the rest of us know. About 360% performance improvements, I'm getting around 900 MH/s on an overclocked 1080.

I've also seen some people worried about the PascalCoin wallet saying "Error: Proof of work is higher than target payload." This isn't a problem--the way my miner works (and presumably some others that are floating around now, although I haven't looked at the code for them) is by submitting shares that meet a target of 24000000. Note that we are currently on track for a target of 31000000 soon, which is 8192 times higher, so you should expect to see, on average, 8192 of those errors per actual block mined. The miner is submitting shares to the wallet, effectively. These shares don't count for anything unless they meet the target.


You make a miner but say "No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks".

WTF is this, how do you not know, if the miner that you made actually works?

It's possible that one of the optimizations (namely the funnelshift, can't imagine an unroll causing a problem) could introduce a bug by not behaving the way I expect. The way to truly know a miner works is to mine a block with it (although you can be pretty certain that it works by manually checking hashes).

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January 27, 2017, 09:00:24 PM
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Hey everyone, updated the CUDA GPU miner with some of KlausT's improvements: https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/releases/tag/v1.04

No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks, but if anyone gets a block with this, please let the rest of us know. About 360% performance improvements, I'm getting around 900 MH/s on an overclocked 1080.

I've also seen some people worried about the PascalCoin wallet saying "Error: Proof of work is higher than target payload." This isn't a problem--the way my miner works (and presumably some others that are floating around now, although I haven't looked at the code for them) is by submitting shares that meet a target of 24000000. Note that we are currently on track for a target of 31000000 soon, which is 8192 times higher, so you should expect to see, on average, 8192 of those errors per actual block mined. The miner is submitting shares to the wallet, effectively. These shares don't count for anything unless they meet the target.


You make a miner but say "No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks".

WTF is this, how do you not know, if the miner that you made actually works?

It's possible that one of the optimizations (namely the funnelshift, can't imagine an unroll causing a problem) could introduce a bug by not behaving the way I expect. The way to truly know a miner works is to mine a block with it (although you can be pretty certain that it works by manually checking hashes).


So If it doesn't mine a block, we'll never know if it actually working.

People will be mining for days, saying they can't find a block, not knowing if the miner actually works.

What a waste of time and electricity.
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January 27, 2017, 09:01:16 PM
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"Pascalcovampire" how did you mine 20 blocks today? With only 5 rigs. Probably has some other miner
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January 27, 2017, 09:02:15 PM
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Hey everyone, updated the CUDA GPU miner with some of KlausT's improvements: https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/releases/tag/v1.04

No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks, but if anyone gets a block with this, please let the rest of us know. About 360% performance improvements, I'm getting around 900 MH/s on an overclocked 1080.

I've also seen some people worried about the PascalCoin wallet saying "Error: Proof of work is higher than target payload." This isn't a problem--the way my miner works (and presumably some others that are floating around now, although I haven't looked at the code for them) is by submitting shares that meet a target of 24000000. Note that we are currently on track for a target of 31000000 soon, which is 8192 times higher, so you should expect to see, on average, 8192 of those errors per actual block mined. The miner is submitting shares to the wallet, effectively. These shares don't count for anything unless they meet the target.


You make a miner but say "No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks".

WTF is this, how do you not know, if the miner that you made actually works?

It's possible that one of the optimizations (namely the funnelshift, can't imagine an unroll causing a problem) could introduce a bug by not behaving the way I expect. The way to truly know a miner works is to mine a block with it (although you can be pretty certain that it works by manually checking hashes).


So If it doesn't mine a block, we'll never know if it actually working.

People will be mining for days, saying they can't find a block, not knowing if the miner actually works.

What a waste of time and electricity.

That's the game of mining for you. Smiley

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January 27, 2017, 09:08:00 PM
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Hey everyone, updated the CUDA GPU miner with some of KlausT's improvements: https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/releases/tag/v1.04

No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks, but if anyone gets a block with this, please let the rest of us know. About 360% performance improvements, I'm getting around 900 MH/s on an overclocked 1080.

I've also seen some people worried about the PascalCoin wallet saying "Error: Proof of work is higher than target payload." This isn't a problem--the way my miner works (and presumably some others that are floating around now, although I haven't looked at the code for them) is by submitting shares that meet a target of 24000000. Note that we are currently on track for a target of 31000000 soon, which is 8192 times higher, so you should expect to see, on average, 8192 of those errors per actual block mined. The miner is submitting shares to the wallet, effectively. These shares don't count for anything unless they meet the target.


You make a miner but say "No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks".

WTF is this, how do you not know, if the miner that you made actually works?

It's possible that one of the optimizations (namely the funnelshift, can't imagine an unroll causing a problem) could introduce a bug by not behaving the way I expect. The way to truly know a miner works is to mine a block with it (although you can be pretty certain that it works by manually checking hashes).


So If it doesn't mine a block, we'll never know if it actually working.

People will be mining for days, saying they can't find a block, not knowing if the miner actually works.

What a waste of time and electricity.

That's the game of mining for you. Smiley


That's like saying. I made a really fast car, 360% performance improvement, goes 900 mph.
But no promises that the new car will actually work.
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January 27, 2017, 09:10:10 PM
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"Pascalcovampire" how did you mine 20 blocks today? With only 5 rigs. Probably has some other miner

Another block mined by the vampire... This is unreal!
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January 27, 2017, 09:13:24 PM
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Hey everyone, updated the CUDA GPU miner with some of KlausT's improvements: https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/releases/tag/v1.04
Thanks for your efforts man!
Is there any chance to compile your code for Compute Compatibility 1.2 ?  Cry
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Using Device: 0

ERROR ALLOCATION
CUDA Version: 6.1
CUDA Devices: 0

Mining on device #0...

ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
Last error: CUDA driver version is insufficient for CUDA runtime version
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
 Real: 1DDF0000CA022000E478A2CDB3B71D1F02E3DCAA435ABF0C32ABEABD27C1EE6CD
410640420F000000000001000100DBA7D0306B754E6E77306E5F3030C0562EF6AD2217BC
A5ADD34C75F1B4C219A5DA9B722947ED800000000000000000000000
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January 27, 2017, 09:15:16 PM
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I just mined 2 Blocks with KlausT Miner yesterday and today one.


Is it just for nvidia that miner?
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January 27, 2017, 09:15:25 PM
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"Pascalcovampire" how did you mine 20 blocks today? With only 5 rigs. Probably has some other miner

Another block mined by the vampire... This is unreal!

Wow, 1 more mined just now, wtf?
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January 27, 2017, 09:15:35 PM
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"Pascalcovampire" how did you mine 20 blocks today? With only 5 rigs. Probably has some other miner

Another block mined by the vampire... This is unreal!
How do you know that he has only 5 rigs?
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January 27, 2017, 09:17:02 PM
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"Pascalcovampire" how did you mine 20 blocks today? With only 5 rigs. Probably has some other miner

Another block mined by the vampire... This is unreal!
How do you know that he has only 5 rigs?

In last 48 hours he always mine with rigs pascalcovampire2/1 - 3/1, max number was 5/1. And you think that he has more than 5 rigs? He have paid miner or some trick probably

01:38:14AM  pascalovampire 1/0
05:52:14AM  pascalovampire  /2
06:03:02AM  pascalovampire 1/5
07:15:13AM  pascalovampire 3/2
07:59:24AM  pascalovampire 3/2
12:43:56PM  pascalovampire  /3
02:05:34PM  pascalovampire 1/4
05:36:39PM  pascalovampire 4/1
06:03:36PM  pascalovampire 2/0
06:37:15PM  pascalovampire 4/1
08:24:01PM  pascalovampire 2/3
09:30:58PM  pascalovampire 4/1
09:46:45PM  pascalovampire 2/1
09:50:44PM  pascalovampire 1/3
10:04:45PM  pascalovampire 2/5
10:13:38PM  pascalovampire 3/1
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January 27, 2017, 09:21:57 PM
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Hey everyone, updated the CUDA GPU miner with some of KlausT's improvements: https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/releases/tag/v1.04
Thanks for your efforts man!
Is there any chance to compile your code for Compute Compatibility 1.2 ?  Cry
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Using Device: 0

ERROR ALLOCATION
CUDA Version: 6.1
CUDA Devices: 0

Mining on device #0...

ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
Last error: CUDA driver version is insufficient for CUDA runtime version
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
ERROR ALLOCATION
 Real: 1DDF0000CA022000E478A2CDB3B71D1F02E3DCAA435ABF0C32ABEABD27C1EE6CD
410640420F000000000001000100DBA7D0306B754E6E77306E5F3030C0562EF6AD2217BC
A5ADD34C75F1B4C219A5DA9B722947ED800000000000000000000000

Hey sorry, cc1.2 is way too old, my compiler doesn't even support it Sad

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January 27, 2017, 09:22:04 PM
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"Pascalcovampire" how did you mine 20 blocks today? With only 5 rigs. Probably has some other miner

Another block mined by the vampire... This is unreal!
How do you know that he has only 5 rigs?

In last 48 hours he always mine with rigs pascalcovampire2/1 - 3/1, max number was 5/1. And you think that he has more than 5 rigs? He have paid miner or some trick probably

01:38:14AM  pascalovampire 1/0
05:52:14AM  pascalovampire  /2
06:03:02AM  pascalovampire 1/5
07:15:13AM  pascalovampire 3/2
07:59:24AM  pascalovampire 3/2
12:43:56PM  pascalovampire  /3
02:05:34PM  pascalovampire 1/4
05:36:39PM  pascalovampire 4/1
06:03:36PM  pascalovampire 2/0
06:37:15PM  pascalovampire 4/1
08:24:01PM  pascalovampire 2/3
09:30:58PM  pascalovampire 4/1
09:46:45PM  pascalovampire 2/1
09:50:44PM  pascalovampire 1/3
10:04:45PM  pascalovampire 2/5
10:13:38PM  pascalovampire 3/1

Yeah, that's crazy... Wish we actually had a miner that works.. haha
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January 27, 2017, 09:26:12 PM
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"Pascalcovampire" how did you mine 20 blocks today? With only 5 rigs. Probably has some other miner

Another block mined by the vampire... This is unreal!
How do you know that he has only 5 rigs?

In last 48 hours he always mine with rigs pascalcovampire2/1 - 3/1, max number was 5/1. And you think that he has more than 5 rigs? He have paid miner or some trick probably

01:38:14AM  pascalovampire 1/0
05:52:14AM  pascalovampire  /2
06:03:02AM  pascalovampire 1/5
07:15:13AM  pascalovampire 3/2
07:59:24AM  pascalovampire 3/2
12:43:56PM  pascalovampire  /3
02:05:34PM  pascalovampire 1/4
05:36:39PM  pascalovampire 4/1
06:03:36PM  pascalovampire 2/0
06:37:15PM  pascalovampire 4/1
08:24:01PM  pascalovampire 2/3
09:30:58PM  pascalovampire 4/1
09:46:45PM  pascalovampire 2/1
09:50:44PM  pascalovampire 1/3
10:04:45PM  pascalovampire 2/5
10:13:38PM  pascalovampire 3/1
yea i see now
interesting
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January 27, 2017, 09:32:25 PM
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Hey everyone, updated the CUDA GPU miner with some of KlausT's improvements: https://github.com/Vorksholk/PascalCoin-CUDA/releases/tag/v1.04

No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks, but if anyone gets a block with this, please let the rest of us know. About 360% performance improvements, I'm getting around 900 MH/s on an overclocked 1080.

I've also seen some people worried about the PascalCoin wallet saying "Error: Proof of work is higher than target payload." This isn't a problem--the way my miner works (and presumably some others that are floating around now, although I haven't looked at the code for them) is by submitting shares that meet a target of 24000000. Note that we are currently on track for a target of 31000000 soon, which is 8192 times higher, so you should expect to see, on average, 8192 of those errors per actual block mined. The miner is submitting shares to the wallet, effectively. These shares don't count for anything unless they meet the target.


You make a miner but say "No promise that the new miner can actually mine blocks".

WTF is this, how do you not know, if the miner that you made actually works?

It's possible that one of the optimizations (namely the funnelshift, can't imagine an unroll causing a problem) could introduce a bug by not behaving the way I expect. The way to truly know a miner works is to mine a block with it (although you can be pretty certain that it works by manually checking hashes).


So If it doesn't mine a block, we'll never know if it actually working.

People will be mining for days, saying they can't find a block, not knowing if the miner actually works.

What a waste of time and electricity.

That's the game of mining for you. Smiley

They need to learn how to code.  Then they can make their own private miner and pool.

Here'a the news people.  Guaranteed private miners and pools exist.  You will likely never find anything solo.  Your best bet is to wait until the resources available to a few are made available to the masses.  For now you're just wasting your time and resources. 

99.999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% of all ICO's are SCAMS
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January 27, 2017, 09:39:44 PM
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So devs are instamining this as we speak. Dump all.
R. I. P    R. I. P   R. I. P
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January 27, 2017, 09:40:57 PM
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https://pasc.nanopool.org/
GO!!!GO!!GO!!
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January 27, 2017, 09:45:43 PM
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Pascalcoin took my attention in poloniex and still is taking attention to others because of high trading volume that is happening these days, but does really PascalCoin (was) worth 0.0016BTC? Now it is getting dumped to 0.0009BTC which I think made lots of people rich and some that joined the journey lately to lose their money at least for now.
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January 27, 2017, 09:48:41 PM
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What's left after the dump?

99.999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% of all ICO's are SCAMS
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January 27, 2017, 09:51:40 PM
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27/01/2017 19:02:48.943 TID:00000D28 [Error] <TPCOperationsComp> Invalid new block 57080: block (57080) is not new position (57081)
27/01/2017 19:02:53.394 TID:00000D28 [Info] <GetNewBlockChainFromClient> My blockchain is ok! Need to download new blocks starting at 57081

27/01/2017 19:28:35.209 TID:00000A98 [Error] <TPCOperationsComp> Invalid new block 57086: Error executing operation 1/1: Invalid n_operation 585 (expected 586)
27/01/2017 19:28:39.029 TID:00000A98 [Info] <GetNewBlockChainFromClient> My blockchain is ok! Need to download new blocks starting at 57087

Should i care about this message in the log?

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