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Author Topic: [ANN] Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash miner for CUDA GPUs (8.0.0)  (Read 42085 times)
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June 18, 2018, 08:10:11 AM
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@realbminer: when 144,5?

Thanks for your nice work on the miner!
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June 18, 2018, 07:06:55 PM
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no, problem.

anyway, has anyone compared bminer and DSTM, and EWBF lately  ...on poll side of course...  really annoying is that bminer showing 5-10% bigger hashrate  on console that is on pool ( tested and discussion made a lot but that was older versions not v8).  
i' better prefer to show real thing.. so i can easily compare what is faster for my rig.   i mean i can understand that maybe at first it inflate hashrate to make people using it, but now when we all know what is it.. it will be better to fix console to real hashrate...

I wouldn’t say is not fixed. The problem is that you have to take off the 2% dev fee plus the 1% pool fee from the hashrate in the console to get the real one and still the hashrate in the pool is estimated based on your shares so not really accurate either.

For me the reason of not using it is because with DSTM I get less rejected shares and a more constant rate on the pool like pretty much a straight line whilst with Bminer is like a roller coaster jumping all over the place.

As I said before there are more profitable coins out there so not mining ZEC anymore unless the price goes up again  

What coins do you mine now? maybe you can share some experience with the community here and give Bminer team some idea about what coins should we support in Bminer.
also, it's a good point about the constant rate. I mean the rate may vary on different rigs. I will take a look at this problem as well.
then about the rejected shares, how many hours did you do the test?

Well, I have been mining RVN coin which is X16R algo. It is a profitable coin. Right now as I post with my 6 GTX 1070 Ti based on whattmine and crypt0-zone websites you can make 392 coins per day work 5.38 euros or 6.53 dollars net after paying electricity (obviously can changed based on pool hashrate, difficulty, rejected shares and price change).

Today I have moved to BTCZ which is making 6.30 euros or 7.65 dollars per day. I have to say that EWBF now is ahead of the game as he has released his new miner which can mine 144,5 and 192,7 new Equihash algos so you need to speed up a bit to catch up. I am sure you can do better than him. DSTM has not released anything new so only miner for 144,5 and 192,7 is EWBF.

For your info with EWBF and 6 GTX 1070 Ti 70% TDP, +200 clock and +700 mem I get between 227-237 sols/s so you have some references if you want to work on it. It comes with the usual 2% dev fee and no fee option.

Not advertising it but if you want to mine BTCZ is the only miner right now as far I know.

Neoscrypt coins are more profitable too the only problem I have found with those algos is that web information is not accurate and you always end up mining far less than expected. For neoscrypt ccminer klaus (open source) does around 7150 Kh/S and Hsrminer forked by justaminer does around 7555 with same settings but paying 1.66% dev fee.

Hope it helps and gives you some ideas

Looking forward to your new miner
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