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Author Topic: [ANN] cudaMiner & ccMiner CUDA based mining applications [Windows/Linux/MacOSX]  (Read 3394404 times)
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January 16, 2014, 04:18:45 AM
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Yacoin needs to be added to this page:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies

Can anyone help with the details for it?

No offense, but I don't think putting coins into arbitrary catagories like "dying" is helpful. Besides, that list only representing a tiny fraction of all the currencies today, and it doesn't even have a single scrypt-jane coin on it, and even if it does, it's not noted there.

I agree with you about it not being helpful putting the coins into categories.  I think Yacoin should be represented though (not in the dying category of course), especially if we are mining for it Smiley
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January 16, 2014, 06:47:06 AM
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Much talk about YAC these days. Where do you guys sell that stuff? Bter.com is available a few hours per day (at least in sweden, whats up with that?) and many people claims that there money is lost during deposit/withdraws. Cryptsy.com is as much scam as bter it seems and it takes forever for certain deposits to be credited. I sent some YAC to cryptsy 2 days ago and they haven´t appeared yet.
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January 16, 2014, 06:48:52 AM
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Got scrypt jane working on my two EVGA GTX 560 ti SC's and couldn't get them individually past .44kh/s for a sad .88kh/s with two cards.

As for config
-l F7x1 got me the best results.

Ideas?

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January 16, 2014, 06:53:59 AM
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Got scrypt jane working on my two EVGA GTX 560 ti SC's and couldn't get them individually past .44kh/s for a sad .88kh/s with two cards.

As for config
-l F7x1 got me the best results.

Ideas?

-l X7x1  -C 1   if your binary is recent
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January 16, 2014, 07:48:33 AM
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I tried the scrypt-jane with YAC on GTX 780 and got 3.22kh/s with "cudaminer.exe -a scrypt-jane -i 1 -l T16x1 -o http://yac.coinmine.pl:8882 -O user.worker:pass -C 2". But since I get 500kh/s scrypt with same card the actual profit over litecoin is only 1%. Not worth it.
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January 16, 2014, 08:05:51 AM
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I tried the scrypt-jane with YAC on GTX 780 and got 3.22kh/s with "cudaminer.exe -a scrypt-jane -i 1 -l T16x1 -o http://yac.coinmine.pl:8882 -O user.worker:pass -C 2". But since I get 500kh/s scrypt with same card the actual profit over litecoin is only 1%. Not worth it.

compare power use too and keep an eye open for future jane improvements...
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January 16, 2014, 09:02:43 AM
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Here I compiled it for x86. It's up to commit 92.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/rk5pnqnb0vxzva9/cudaminer_build92_x86.rar
No warranties or anything!

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January 16, 2014, 09:08:51 AM
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Edit: The first scrypt ASIC's are out:
(360kH/s for ~500 USD?)
Go scrypt-jane!
Hm I get 440khash/s for €460...?

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January 16, 2014, 09:18:36 AM
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I tried the scrypt-jane with YAC on GTX 780 and got 3.22kh/s with "cudaminer.exe -a scrypt-jane -i 1 -l T16x1 -o http://yac.coinmine.pl:8882 -O user.worker:pass -C 2". But since I get 500kh/s scrypt with same card the actual profit over litecoin is only 1%. Not worth it.

compare power use too and keep an eye open for future jane improvements...

That is true, it probably consumes much less power. I only compared GPU temp and it´s 10C lower with scrypt-jane.
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January 16, 2014, 01:36:19 PM
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right guys, quick update on my progress. in just over 4 days i have mined 983.3 Yacoins, almost at my first 1000 since my last sale. rewards are dropping very quickly now, down to less then 46 per block. This is mining at just over 4.4khash/s

i now have my miner emailing me when i find a coin and keeping track in a database :-) so i now know when i have found coins and my new balance even when i'm out. This includes it counting immature coins aswell so i know exactly when i found a block. makes it easier to leave the system running and not turn the monitor on to check it

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January 16, 2014, 01:41:55 PM
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Yacoin looks like its starting to fall fast on BTers.

Might be time to change different jane codes.
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January 16, 2014, 01:47:21 PM
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Its sitting around the same. It sells for around 0.000038 to 0.000045

But if there is a better one then I may change. Im still currently making £35 a week even if I sell at 0.000038 which I wouldnt. I wouldnt sell anything for less then 0.000043 though

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January 16, 2014, 01:55:57 PM
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That is true, it probably consumes much less power. I only compared GPU temp and it´s 10C lower with scrypt-jane.

GTX 660 non-Ti:

Idle (P8 state, 324 Mhz core)
Power consumption from wall: 170 W
Temp: 34°C

Scrypt-jane+heavy OC (~2.44 kH/s)
Power consumption from wall: 265 W (ΔP 95 W)
Temp: 59°C

Scrypt+slight OC (~226kH/s)
Power consumption from wall: 321 W (ΔP 151 W)
Temp: 69°C

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January 16, 2014, 02:33:01 PM
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That is true, it probably consumes much less power. I only compared GPU temp and it´s 10C lower with scrypt-jane.

GTX 660 non-Ti:

Idle
Power consumption from wall: 170 W
Scrypt-jane
Power consumption from wall: 265 W (ΔP 95 W)
Scrypt
Power consumption from wall: 321 W (ΔP 151 W)

this is the reason I build dedicated mining PCs with idle power draw <50 Watts (not including video card idle power)
alternatively: fit more cards into your box, e.g. extra GT 640's
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January 16, 2014, 02:35:54 PM
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Any of you guys seen these motherboards?http://www.asrock.com/mb/intel/h81%20pro%20btc/

Dedicated mining motherboards lmao. Designed for extra pci express power so you dont need powerd risers

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January 16, 2014, 02:42:57 PM
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Any of you guys seen these motherboards?http://www.asrock.com/mb/intel/h81%20pro%20btc/

Dedicated mining motherboards lmao. Designed for extra pci express power so you dont need powerd risers

Cant help but question, if you dont need powered risers the why is there a 4 pin connector for powered risers? just to be safe?
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January 16, 2014, 02:48:16 PM
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No you use normal risers. Powerd risers are used when you have so many cards because power is also deliverd to the gpu through the pci-express lanes. Only so much can be sent through them without destroying your motherboard as the power to it is supplied through 1 connector. This uses molex sockets on the motherboard to supply the extra pci express power needed to run so many gpus.

That way normal risers can be used. As powerd risers are more expensive

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January 16, 2014, 02:52:27 PM
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Any of you guys seen these motherboards?http://www.asrock.com/mb/intel/h81%20pro%20btc/

Dedicated mining motherboards lmao. Designed for extra pci express power so you dont need powerd risers

Cant help but question, if you dont need powered risers the why is there a 4 pin connector for powered risers? just to be safe?

I think you might be looking at it backwards - that plug is there to add extra current into the motherboard, not to get current out..

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January 16, 2014, 03:36:11 PM
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this is the reason I build dedicated mining PCs with idle power draw <50 Watts (not including video card idle power)
alternatively: fit more cards into your box, e.g. extra GT 640's

Well, this is my main PC with CPU idle states disabled, with heavy overclock, an aftermarket cooler and a bunch of bells and whistles and even a CRT monitor (yes, CRT - using ~54 W).

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January 16, 2014, 03:41:15 PM
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A bit of research on Fermi performance with the new X-perimental kernel (Dave Andersen's work ported over to Fermi)

GTX 560Ti 1280MB: 0.83 kHash/s with -X 8x1    <--- the low VRAM is really hurting
GT 630 4GB VRAM: 0.72 kHash/s                      <--- low cost, low performance. The RAM doesn't help Wink
GTX 660 OEM 4GB VRAM: 1.25 kHash/s             <--- that is one strange OEM part, I must say.

The new code is about 50% faster then the existing Fermi kernel for scrypt-jane. But I do get occasional
validation errors on Fermi + Kepler when I enable -C 1 or -C 2. Strange. Hence avoid Fermi parts like the
plague if you intend to do scrypt-jane.

In comparison.

A GT 640 (GK107) 4GB at stock clocks will do something in the range of 1.65 kHash/s. This is somewhat less than I expected
because my GT750M laptop part (same chip) delivers 2.1 kHash/s.

A GT 640 (GK208) 1GB GDDR5 manages to do 1.25 kHash/s with mild overclock. Again the low VRAM is hurting.

I will be getting more Kepler parts for comparison. GTX 650, GTX 650Ti (not the Boost version) with 2GB each.

Christian


Could you please give me your settings for the 750M? Using the same card (probably? got a 4GB DDR3 one) but so far i only manage to get ~1.10k out of it.
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