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March 25, 2017, 09:36:06 PM
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If anyone is using SGMiner-GM with Windows to mine XMR with a RX 470 or RX 480, I would appreciate posting your h/s.  Thanks.  Thinking of picking up a few.

I tested Gygabyte G1 rx 480 4G => 860H/S. But no idea if stable long term, it was just a try.
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March 25, 2017, 11:10:21 PM
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March 26, 2017, 01:04:41 AM
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I've been using the 5.5.5 Ubuntu64 binary, and it has worked well with both 4.8/16.40 and 4.10/16.60.
Eth mining with a Sapphire Rx470 and custom straps gets ~28.95 at 2100 mclk.  When I lock the core at 1169, I get a small boost to ~29.1.
For comparison, Claymore 8.1 gets ~30.2Mh at 1169/2100 on the same box.

I just tried gpu-threads 2 thanks to a tip from Eliovp, and it gives me about a 1% speed boost.  Only seems to work on AMDGPU-Pro, since when I tried it with fglrx the kernels failed to load.
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March 26, 2017, 01:46:19 AM
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If anyone is using SGMiner-GM with Windows to mine XMR with a RX 470 or RX 480, I would appreciate posting your h/s.  Thanks.  Thinking of picking up a few.

I tested Gygabyte G1 rx 480 4G => 860H/S. But no idea if stable long term, it was just a try.

Thanks for your input.

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April 02, 2017, 01:58:40 AM
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What the config parameters  for  SOLO mining ? Not stratum I need like  HTTP:// ipaddress : port .

I've  Over 9Gh/s  and  prefer  solo mine.

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April 02, 2017, 07:01:54 AM
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Anyone can share their syntax for sgminer-gm for mining at:

stratum+tcp://equihash.usa.nicehash.com:3357

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April 04, 2017, 12:58:43 PM
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What the config parameters  for  SOLO mining ? Not stratum I need like  HTTP:// ipaddress : port .

I've  Over 9Gh/s  and  prefer  solo mine.
Which coin would you like to mine? If I were you, I would try stratum. Getwork is slower then stratum ( in stratum mode, server broadcast the block info to the miners. In getwork mode, miners get the block info from the server. Miners ask to the server periodically. This makes some delays, and much data traffic...
If you need help, I can assist you.
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April 08, 2017, 02:03:56 PM
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What the config parameters  for  SOLO mining ? Not stratum I need like  HTTP:// ipaddress : port .

I've  Over 9Gh/s  and  prefer  solo mine.
Which coin would you like to mine? If I were you, I would try stratum. Getwork is slower then stratum ( in stratum mode, server broadcast the block info to the miners. In getwork mode, miners get the block info from the server. Miners ask to the server periodically. This makes some delays, and much data traffic...
If you need help, I can assist you.

SOLO MINING BY GETWORK--

The question was about solo mining.  Solo mining is done with a coin wallet, usually on the same computer, or in the same local network, as the miner.  If the miner is on the same computer as the coin wallet,, the IP would be "http://127.0.0.1:port".

Many parameters are within the configuration file for the coin wallet.  It would be helpful to know what coin(s) are the target of your solo-mining.  Some coins and coin wallets are more difficult to work with.

As a side note, Claymore's Dual Miner has a number of new miners misusing the term "solo mining", using the term instead to refer to only mining a single coin.  I think the proper term when using Claymore's miner shoud be "single mining" when it is used to only mine only an Etherium-type coin.  

Some pools are set up as "solo mining pools", however, where the block-finding miner gets the full reward.  Connections to a mining pool are more efficient when a stratum protocol is used.       --sryptr


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April 11, 2017, 06:02:55 PM
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What the config parameters  for  SOLO mining ? Not stratum I need like  HTTP:// ipaddress : port .

I've  Over 9Gh/s  and  prefer  solo mine.
Which coin would you like to mine? If I were you, I would try stratum. Getwork is slower then stratum ( in stratum mode, server broadcast the block info to the miners. In getwork mode, miners get the block info from the server. Miners ask to the server periodically. This makes some delays, and much data traffic...
If you need help, I can assist you.

Does it matter if you solo mine locally?
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April 11, 2017, 08:09:35 PM
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What the config parameters  for  SOLO mining ? Not stratum I need like  HTTP:// ipaddress : port .

I've  Over 9Gh/s  and  prefer  solo mine.
Which coin would you like to mine? If I were you, I would try stratum. Getwork is slower then stratum ( in stratum mode, server broadcast the block info to the miners. In getwork mode, miners get the block info from the server. Miners ask to the server periodically. This makes some delays, and much data traffic...
If you need help, I can assist you.

Does it matter if you solo mine locally?

LOCAL SOLO MINING BY GETWORK--

Wallets support GetWork.  Most pools require stratum.  GetWork is fast enough when used on a single  computer (locally) with the wallet.  It also is effective within a local net (LAN).

With the right software, a personal pool could be set up and stratum could be used locally.  I have never tried to do this.       --scryptr

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April 14, 2017, 09:09:45 PM
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Hi there!
What is the difference between Zawawa's gatelessgate miner and actual version of sgminer-gm in terms of preformance?
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April 14, 2017, 11:02:50 PM
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Hi there!
What is the difference between Zawawa's gatelessgate miner and actual version of sgminer-gm in terms of preformance?

HE HAS IMPROVED GATELESS-GATE PERFORMANCE--

I do not have a detailed comparison, but his code has improved since first being imported into SGminer-GM.  His "Gateless-Gate" Equihash performance is approaching that of Claymore's miner.      --scryptr

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April 18, 2017, 10:18:52 PM
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How much does a GTX 1070 do in ethereum?
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April 18, 2017, 11:06:58 PM
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How much does a GTX 1070 do in ethereum?
24MH/s
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April 18, 2017, 11:14:46 PM
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How much does a GTX 1070 do in ethereum?
24MH/s

How optimized does it do?
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April 24, 2017, 10:47:48 PM
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Hi there!
What is the difference between Zawawa's gatelessgate miner and actual version of sgminer-gm in terms of preformance?

HE HAS IMPROVED GATELESS-GATE PERFORMANCE--

I do not have a detailed comparison, but his code has improved since first being imported into SGminer-GM.  His "Gateless-Gate" Equihash performance is approaching that of Claymore's miner.      --scryptr

And it's very stable!

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May 01, 2017, 07:48:12 AM
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Who tried the "--api-network" option? For me it does nothing, although it supposed to listen incoming connections from other nodes of the network.
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May 01, 2017, 09:49:43 AM
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Have tried Claymore's zcash miner 12.4 under the same Ubuntu 16.04. It shows me ~800 H/s per 3 RX480 cards while sgminer-gm showed only 570 H/s. How is that possible?! Is Claymore's miner lying?
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May 01, 2017, 08:31:50 PM
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Have tried Claymore's zcash miner 12.4 under the same Ubuntu 16.04. It shows me ~800 H/s per 3 RX480 cards while sgminer-gm showed only 570 H/s. How is that possible?! Is Claymore's miner lying?

What the miners report is kinda of irrelevant.

What does the pools say?

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May 02, 2017, 04:03:25 PM
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Have tried Claymore's zcash miner 12.4 under the same Ubuntu 16.04. It shows me ~800 H/s per 3 RX480 cards while sgminer-gm showed only 570 H/s. How is that possible?! Is Claymore's miner lying?

I am getting about 305 H/s per RX480 in Windows with Claymore's Zcash miner.  I get the same result on average from the Zcash pool where I mine.

I have not tried sgminer for Zcash.
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