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November 23, 2013, 09:01:57 PM
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Once again Spoetnik. I do take source code submissions, bug reports with detailed information but not shit like this. Get off my lawn, once more.

and do respect the GPL when you share binaries.

github does indeed have a nice fork feature. And your fixes really should go upstream into pooler's cpuminer. Suit yourself.
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i will install and benchmark the 780Ti once my son is asleep. He is also the reason for slow development from May till November, lol ;-)
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One Gigabyte GTX 780Ti, cudaminer.exe 32 bit executable

because with 100% TDP and 82 Degrees Celsius temperature cap I was running into temperature throttling all the time, I used these settings: 105% TDP allowance, 92 Degrees max - but boost clock offset and memory clock offset remained at 0:

-H 1 -l T30x16 -i 0 -m 1    430 kHash/s  (varies between 420 and 443 kHash/s)

-l T102x4 is decent as well: 420 kHash/s
-l T15x24 is also a decent launch config, but slightly worse than T102x4.

The card performs well within expectations I'd say!

Here's a part of my initial autotuning with the Titan kernel:

Code:
[2013-11-24 06:26:33] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 780 Ti with compute capability 3.5
[2013-11-24 06:26:33] GPU #0: interactive: 0, tex-cache: 0 , single-alloc: 1
[2013-11-24 06:26:34] GPU #0: Given launch config 'T' does not validate.
[2013-11-24 06:26:34] GPU #0: Performing auto-tuning (Patience...)
[2013-11-24 06:26:36]        x1    x2    x3    x4    x5    x6    x7    x8
                             x9    x10   x11   x12   x13   x14   x15   x16
                             x17   x18   x19   x20   x21   x22   x23   x24
[2013-11-24 06:26:36]   1:  2.0|  3.8|  5.8|  8.7| 10.4| 12.5| 14.9| 16.7|
                           18.0| 20.0| 21.6| 23.0| 25.0| 24.9| 28.2| 30.7|
                           30.2| 32.0| 33.2| 34.9| 34.8| 33.0| 35.0| 33.9 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:37]   2:  3.8|  7.0| 13.1| 17.1| 20.9| 25.0| 28.6| 33.4|
                           36.8| 40.0| 43.1| 48.0| 48.9| 53.8| 56.5| 61.4|
                           59.3| 64.0| 67.6| 69.8| 70.7| 71.6| 76.1| 78.1 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:38]   3:  7.2| 12.3| 16.0| 21.7| 28.8| 32.0| 25.8| 52.4|
                           56.3| 61.3| 64.7| 70.5| 51.3| 55.2| 64.5| 83.8|
                           83.0| 86.4| 92.7| 97.6|108.0|111.2|118.3|121.3 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:39]   4: 10.1| 18.3| 26.8| 35.7| 43.6| 52.4| 59.7| 69.8|
                           75.1| 81.7| 89.9| 98.0|101.9|109.7|112.9| 80.3|
                          120.9|130.4|135.1|144.9|141.5|148.2|154.9|158.9 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:41]   5: 12.0| 21.3| 32.0| 42.7| 52.2| 61.3| 73.0| 81.7|
                           88.2| 96.0|107.8|117.5|124.8|129.2|138.5|150.6|
                          148.4|154.3|165.8|174.5|168.0|182.1|184.0|192.0 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:42]   6: 12.8| 20.6| 30.9| 47.0| 49.7| 75.1| 85.8|100.2|
                          108.0|117.5|129.3|141.1|144.0|161.3|166.1|177.2|
                          178.0|185.1|192.0|209.4|198.3|211.2|217.2|226.6 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:43]   7: 16.0| 28.6| 44.8| 58.4| 73.0| 72.0| 94.1| 97.7|
                          118.6|115.9|154.0|168.0|174.7|184.5|193.8|179.2|
                          146.5|152.1|160.6|200.6|220.5|227.4|237.8|244.3 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:44]   8: 18.3| 35.7| 53.6| 71.4| 87.3|104.7|114.4|130.7|
                          141.1|156.7|169.0|180.7|192.0|202.9|221.5|236.3|
                          229.0|242.5|260.6|264.8|264.4|277.0|284.9|292.6 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:46]   9: 21.1| 38.4| 57.6| 75.1| 93.9| 97.8|116.3|119.2|
                          129.6|160.0|172.8|203.3|220.2|232.6|244.5|256.0|
                          257.7|272.8|283.0|303.1|292.6|306.6|315.4|329.1 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:47]  10: 23.4| 42.7| 64.0| 87.3| 98.0|125.2|143.0|163.4|
                          176.3|174.5|195.5|195.2|226.9|220.3|252.6|289.8|
                          296.7|303.1|314.5|325.4|240.0|247.0|253.8|264.8 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:48]  11: 23.5| 43.1| 64.6| 86.2|103.5|134.8|164.3|183.6|
                          202.2|215.5|232.3|248.5|254.2|278.9|288.0|307.2|
                          309.5|322.2|340.0|357.9|346.5|363.0|373.6|384.0 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:50]  12: 28.1| 51.2| 76.8|102.4|125.2|144.0|171.6|192.0|
                          207.3|221.5|207.7|246.8|234.0|248.1|288.0|335.1|
                          331.9|351.4|371.0|377.7|378.0|389.9|401.4|412.6 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:51]  13: 30.4| 55.5| 83.2|110.9|132.8|159.3|182.0|212.4|
                          224.6|244.7|269.2|288.0|300.4|329.6|292.5|338.4|
                          312.0|325.6|370.5|416.0|409.5|409.8|422.1|421.8 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:52]  14: 24.4| 39.5| 60.2|109.7|131.8|155.1|180.9|206.8|
                          246.8|268.8|289.9|304.3|323.5|342.1|353.7|384.0|
                          380.8|396.6|405.3|420.0|415.0|410.6|429.3|430.1 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:54]  15: 35.1| 65.5| 93.9|125.2|156.5|180.0|210.0|240.0|
                          254.1|276.9|273.1|303.1|288.0|336.0|322.4|365.7|
                          394.8|405.0|420.9|411.4|420.0|422.4|432.9|434.7 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:55]  16: 37.5| 68.3| 98.0|130.7|153.6|173.9|199.1|231.8|
                          234.3|260.3|264.0|283.6|285.2|302.9|295.4|315.1|
                          232.1|242.5|240.2|246.7|231.2|247.5|264.6|253.3 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:57]  17: 41.8| 74.2|106.4|138.9|166.5|134.1|149.3|170.7|
                          212.9|259.0|256.4|283.8|282.9|298.6|307.9|334.7|
                          253.4|264.6|272.0|282.6|275.3|284.9|291.0|300.1 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:26:58]  18: 44.3| 78.5|115.2|150.3|180.0|211.6|232.6|260.8|
                          272.8|297.9|301.7|324.0|325.5|340.7|338.8|347.8|
                          261.1|269.3|280.6|291.6|281.3|291.3|301.1|310.6 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:27:00]  19: 44.5| 79.3|116.4|155.2|178.8|214.6|236.4|260.6|
                          278.2|299.0|304.0|331.6|329.3|349.8|344.1|360.3|
                          272.0|284.2|296.2|282.8|283.7|273.0|300.7|310.4 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:27:01]  20: 37.6| 85.3|120.0|163.4|188.2|202.1|227.8|256.0|
                          265.8|290.9|306.1|324.5|332.8|351.4|355.5|372.3|
                          286.3|295.4|307.8|316.0|316.2|320.0|330.8|337.6 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:27:03]  21: 49.2| 80.6|106.1|144.0|183.3|201.6|261.3|298.7|
                          288.0|320.0|250.6|268.8|277.3|285.1|353.7|364.4|
                          289.2|302.4|307.6|320.0|317.1|324.9|347.3|350.6 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:27:05]  22: 52.8| 98.2|137.7|183.6|211.2|258.6|273.8|318.8|
                          322.2|357.9|363.0|372.7|366.1|386.5|384.0|395.2|
                          310.8|320.8|338.6|347.6|339.8|348.0|363.8|367.3 kH/s
[2013-11-24 06:27:06]  23: 55.2| 96.0|138.0|184.0|212.3|254.8|281.0|315.4|
                          325.8|361.9|368.0|384.0|382.7|404.1|401.4|406.0|
                          305.2|315.4|325.2|338.4|336.0|323.8|338.5|356.8 kH/s

and cudaminer running....
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          *** CudaMiner for nVidia GPUs by Christian Buchner ***
                     This is version 2013-11-20 (alpha)
        based on pooler-cpuminer 2.3.2 (c) 2010 Jeff Garzik, 2012 pooler
               Cuda additions Copyright 2013 Christian Buchner
           My donation address: LKS1WDKGED647msBQfLBHV3Ls8sveGncnm

[2013-11-24 06:45:03] 1 miner threads started, using 'scrypt' algorithm.
[2013-11-24 06:45:03] Starting Stratum on stratum+tcp://stratum.mine-litecoin.com
[2013-11-24 06:45:21] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 780 Ti with compute capability 3.5
[2013-11-24 06:45:21] GPU #0: interactive: 0, tex-cache: 0 , single-alloc: 1
[2013-11-24 06:45:21] GPU #0: using launch configuration T30x16
[2013-11-24 06:45:21] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 780 Ti, 15360 hashes, 24.97 khash/s
[2013-11-24 06:45:25] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 780 Ti, 1505280 hashes, 443.09 khash/s
[2013-11-24 06:46:27] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 780 Ti, 26588160 hashes, 422.86 khash/s
[2013-11-24 06:47:20] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 780 Ti, 22118400 hashes, 420.85 khash/s
[2013-11-24 06:47:30] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 780 Ti, 4008960 hashes, 437.49 khash/s
[2013-11-24 06:48:31] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 780 Ti, 26250240 hashes, 432.49 khash/s
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November 24, 2013, 07:22:33 AM
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Like the program.. It just doesn't want to play nice with my gtx 460 and 560.. Stratum disconnects all the time... Hope you nail it down soon.

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November 24, 2013, 02:33:02 PM
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Like the program.. It just doesn't want to play nice with my gtx 460 and 560.. Stratum disconnects all the time... Hope you nail it down soon.

My guess is that your pool is currently acting flaky. Sometimes this is because their servers are overloaded, other times it may be a database issue, and occasionally it is a DOS attack on the pool or their networking infrastructure.

Just change pools temporarily to see if the problem goes away.

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November 24, 2013, 05:55:31 PM
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Hi all hopefully somone can help im having real trouble with my card its a msi GTX 560ti if i let cudaminer auto detect it crashes after about 5 mins and restarts my pc.
has anyone managed to get a stable batch file for my card?
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November 24, 2013, 07:34:55 PM
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has anyone managed to get a stable batch file for my card?

I always launched my 560Ti with -i 0 -C 1 -l F32x4

I've now replaced it with something faster....

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Hi all hopefully somone can help im having real trouble with my card its a msi GTX 560ti if i let cudaminer auto detect it crashes after about 5 mins and restarts my pc.
Only with autodetect?

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thanks for replys ill try those settings out now thanks and yes its only with auto detect i dont know enough about it to start fiddling with things lol
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November 24, 2013, 08:08:12 PM
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Currently getting 180-190kH/s on my 660Ti (not OC) with this setup:
cudaminer.exe -H 1 -d 0 -i 0 -C2 -l K14x14

on 64bit cudaminer it is slightly slower and im getting 160kH/s
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im using the x64 one should i try the x86 one?
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im using the x64 one should i try the x86 one?

try both when in doubt. The 64bit version seems to handle the Kepler kernel somewhat slower than the 32 bit version. Still need to figure out why that is. I haven't experienced any difference with the Fermi kernels on my system.
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Currently getting 180-190kH/s on my 660Ti (not OC) with this setup:
cudaminer.exe -H 1 -d 0 -i 0 -C2 -l K14x14
on 64bit cudaminer it is slightly slower and im getting 160kH/s

It's very similar for me. Interesting launch config by the way. I shall try that one.

Maybe the 64 bit compiled kernel version is running into a register limitation, as pointers are then 64bit and require 2 registers each. I can compare the resulting PTX code to verify the assumption.

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Heres my best settings for GTX 780

cudaminer.exe -i 0 -l K42x6 -C 2 -o stratum+tcp://yourpoolIP:port -O account:pass

I did some research and tried a lot of different settings. Those are the best.

Card runs 1150/1800 and gets avg 360kh/s
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Heres my best settings for GTX 780
cudaminer.exe -i 0 -l K42x6 -C 2 -o stratum+tcp://yourpoolIP:port -O account:pass
Card runs 1150/1800 and gets avg 360kh/s

Interesting. I should also try to autotune the Kepler kernel on my 780 Ti. Maybe I get a few extra kHash/s out.
Did you allow 100% TDP, or more?

Your settings should scale to the 780 Ti  as  15/12 * 360 kHash = 450 kHash according to the number of enabled SMX engines. But then of course there's also the thermal and power (TDP) limitation which can ruin the day.


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November 25, 2013, 07:20:42 PM
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I am only getting about 136 KH/s from my K5000s. I've tried many different settings and autotune but that is the best I get.

It is unfortunate because I have 3 of them and am about to get 3 K6000s. Surely these cards should be capable of much better performance?

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November 25, 2013, 08:00:31 PM
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Maybe the 64 bit compiled kernel version is running into a register limitation, as pointers are then 64bit and require 2 registers each.
I don't think that's the reason.
On my GTX660 the 64bit version is just as fast as the 32bit version.
64bit:
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[2013-11-25 20:53:13] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 660 with compute capability 3.0
[2013-11-25 20:53:13] GPU #0: interactive: 0, tex-cache: 2D, single-alloc: 1
[2013-11-25 20:53:13] GPU #0: using launch configuration K10x16
[2013-11-25 20:53:13] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 660, 5120 hashes, 14.59 khash/s
[2013-11-25 20:53:19] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 660, 875520 hashes, 132.09 khash/s
[2013-11-25 20:54:00] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 660, 5396480 hashes, 133.24 khash/s
[2013-11-25 20:54:00] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 133.24 khash/s (yay!!!)
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[2013-11-25 20:56:14] GPU #0: using launch configuration K10x16
[2013-11-25 20:56:14] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 660, 5120 hashes, 0.12 khash/s
[2013-11-25 20:56:14] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 660, 10240 hashes, 78.76 khash/s
[2013-11-25 20:56:36] Stratum detected new block
[2013-11-25 20:56:36] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 660, 2856960 hashes, 132.79 khash/s
[2013-11-25 20:56:59] GPU #0: GeForce GTX 660, 3092480 hashes, 132.02 khash/s
[2013-11-25 20:56:59] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 132.02 khash/s (yay!!!)
Maybe there's a difference between AMD and Intel CPU?

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Heres my best settings for GTX 780
cudaminer.exe -i 0 -l K42x6 -C 2 -o stratum+tcp://yourpoolIP:port -O account:pass
Card runs 1150/1800 and gets avg 360kh/s

Interesting. I should also try to autotune the Kepler kernel on my 780 Ti. Maybe I get a few extra kHash/s out.
Did you allow 100% TDP, or more?

Your settings should scale to the 780 Ti  as  15/12 * 360 kHash = 450 kHash according to the number of enabled SMX engines. But then of course there's also the thermal and power (TDP) limitation which can ruin the day.

Im running custom bios from overclock.net GTX780 forum topic. This allowes me way higher Power limit. With card at 1150/1800 1.13v i only have 55% of my power limit used. So TDP limit isnt any problem.
My card is Gigabyte WF3. So cooling is also no problem.
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November 25, 2013, 09:23:47 PM
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still had no real joy with this but iv just won a ati 5870 on ebay should i get a good deal better hash rate than 70-90Kh/s?
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November 25, 2013, 10:15:43 PM
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Currently getting 180-190kH/s on my 660Ti (not OC) with this setup:
cudaminer.exe -H 1 -d 0 -i 0 -C2 -l K14x14
on 64bit cudaminer it is slightly slower and im getting 160kH/s

It's very similar for me. Interesting launch config by the way. I shall try that one.

Maybe the 64 bit compiled kernel version is running into a register limitation, as pointers are then 64bit and require 2 registers each. I can compare the resulting PTX code to verify the assumption.
I found it somewhere on the net :-)
With other configs, I have only 80-150kh/s, dont know why. People here have more kh/s than my GPU. With this config, it it running better.

Maybe there's a difference between AMD and Intel CPU?
Maybe...I have Phenom II x4 955 3.2Ghz. When mining, it is utilized about 30%.
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