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Author Topic: [ANN] cudaMiner & ccMiner CUDA based mining applications [Windows/Linux/MacOSX]  (Read 3425855 times)
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February 07, 2014, 05:35:11 PM
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We need to create a cuda pool where the fee goes to CB Smiley

a decentralized p2pool for MAX would be even better.
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February 07, 2014, 05:35:31 PM
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I'm running a GTX 650 Ti, getting 49-50mh/s using this config:

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cudaminer.exe --algo=keccak -C 2 -H 2 -l K1536x16 -L 264

If I overclock the card I can get up to 62mh/s, but it becomes unstable.

Can I get more out of this card? Thanks!
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February 07, 2014, 05:36:00 PM
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Check your email. There should be an authorization request for the withdrawal, Once accepted the transactions should show very quickly. It took less then 2 minutes once i authorized it Smiley

unconfirmed means it's already sitting in my wallet, showing 0 confirmations from the network.

I did click on that email link long time ago.

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February 07, 2014, 05:36:03 PM
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do somebordy has a link to download cuda 5.5 other than nvidia ?

30kh/s on nvidia website...

For Windows this is included in the latest drivers.

Not sure about Mac/Linux though.
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February 07, 2014, 05:37:08 PM
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Check your email. There should be an authorization request for the withdrawal, Once accepted the transactions should show very quickly. It took less then 2 minutes once i authorized it Smiley

unconfirmed means it's already sitting in my wallet, showing 0 confirmations from the network.

I did click on that email link long time ago.


not sure then Sad

My confirmations took ~1 hour once i had the incoming transaction. Is your wallet dc'd from the network?
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February 07, 2014, 05:37:32 PM
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Exchange? Doing something? Lucky :-p I cant even sell

Patience, those "queued" transaction take for freaking ever bu they do go through, 12.8 BTC confirms this for me Smiley

my BTC withdrawal transaction is unconfirmed on blockchain after 10 hours. Can you explain this?? Sad

same issue with a 2.54 BTC withdrawal. I wonder if such an unconfirmed transaction can be re-sent.
into the Bitcoin network by the receiver such that a miner will eventually pick it up.


Does it mean it is an orphaned transaction and we have lost our btc. I dont understand the reason why.

and I authorized the withdrawal from email link.
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February 07, 2014, 05:39:48 PM
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I'm running a GTX 650 Ti, getting 49-50mh/s using this config:

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cudaminer.exe --algo=keccak -C 2 -H 2 -l K1536x16 -L 264

If I overclock the card I can get up to 62mh/s, but it becomes unstable.

Can I get more out of this card? Thanks!


Try setting the Warps (the value after the x) to 32 and reducing the beginning part down until to stop getting out of memory issue (like somewhere around 1000). I've found that having 32 Warps is key to maximum hash rate.
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February 07, 2014, 05:40:05 PM
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Check your email. There should be an authorization request for the withdrawal, Once accepted the transactions should show very quickly. It took less then 2 minutes once i authorized it Smiley

unconfirmed means it's already sitting in my wallet, showing 0 confirmations from the network.

I did click on that email link long time ago.



my wallet dont show even in unconfirmed even when fully synced. Sad
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February 07, 2014, 05:41:05 PM
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Can someone provide a fast link to download cuda, because nvidia is terribly slow now !

thanks
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February 07, 2014, 05:41:19 PM
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running gtx560ti on linux with 2014-02-04 with ./cudaminer --algo=keccak -H 2 -C 1 -i 1 -l F1200x16 -L 256
and it runs fine :

GPU #0: GeForce GTX 560 Ti, 79537 khash/s

but not really sure if its working even if it looks like it.

latest git commit for 2014-02-07 gives me a segmentation fault!!

CCO   MNVPaetsHpxr97mRDqqPuV6PQoSVbFgPVE    NEM-test  TBZXHE-TD6AO6-PHSFZL-SZ7MWS-JEEI7C-EFCUC2-7Y7V
LTC    LcAQUMNhqDYesRRYMxMAsE5rhAAseDMDp7
XPM   AHDtLd993oYke4Zrm5dDG5WGtgyaUaMTCK
NXT   16706883867271464458
DOGE DBGiKBD1HZ8yfTdTcX5m8T7mY4X4cUVnEz
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February 07, 2014, 05:41:45 PM
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Guys, I'm going to bed now.

Should I leave miner retrying on 1gh or when it eventually comes back will addresses/parameters have to be changed and my miner wont auto pick up again?
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February 07, 2014, 05:41:55 PM
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Exchange? Doing something? Lucky :-p I cant even sell

Patience, those "queued" transaction take for freaking ever bu they do go through, 12.8 BTC confirms this for me Smiley

my BTC withdrawal transaction is unconfirmed on blockchain after 10 hours. Can you explain this?? Sad

same issue with a 2.54 BTC withdrawal. I wonder if such an unconfirmed transaction can be re-sent.
into the Bitcoin network by the receiver such that a miner will eventually pick it up.


Does it mean it is an orphaned transaction and we have lost our btc. I dont understand the reason why.

and I authorized the withdrawal from email link.

More likely someone was cheap with the miner fee, if it's on the blockchain you should get it .... eventually. Not showing as unconfirmed just means your wallet never got the broadcast, this is normal.
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February 07, 2014, 05:42:01 PM
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Exchange? Doing something? Lucky :-p I cant even sell

Patience, those "queued" transaction take for freaking ever bu they do go through, 12.8 BTC confirms this for me Smiley

my BTC withdrawal transaction is unconfirmed on blockchain after 10 hours. Can you explain this?? Sad

same issue with a 2.54 BTC withdrawal. I wonder if such an unconfirmed transaction can be re-sent.
into the Bitcoin network by the receiver such that a miner will eventually pick it up.


Does it mean it is an orphaned transaction and we have lost our btc. I dont understand the reason why.

and I authorized the withdrawal from email link.

If you transfer coins between wallets and that transactions end up on an orphan, once that fork gets dropped the chain will not reflect your transaction having ever occurred. Basically your account balance goes back to what it was before the transaction (at least this is my understanding of the block chain)
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February 07, 2014, 05:45:08 PM
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How would I solo mine with the wallet running on one pc, and the miner on the other?
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February 07, 2014, 05:45:21 PM
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thanks for all your soothing replies. BTW how long could it take to confirm a transaction in worst case?
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February 07, 2014, 05:46:16 PM
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Hi there, i'm not sure if i'm doing right tryin' to solomine.

Here's my maxcoin.conf :

# Seed nodes
addnode=maxexplorer.cloudapp.net
addnode=maxcoin.cloudapp.net
addnode=maxcoinus.cloudapp.net
addnode=maxcoinasia.cloudapp.net
addnode=213.179.202.19
addnode=wombat.dar.sh


addnode=162.243.98.115:8668
addnode=94.226.111.26:8668
addnode=108.166.119.210:8668
addnode=54.242.57.209:8668
addnode=109.204.130.61:8668
addnode=62.24.83.120:8668
addnode=107.170.0.102:8668
addnode=37.139.10.249:8668
addnode=62.210.162.235:8668
addnode=54.80.38.63:8668
addnode=54.196.40.143:8668
addnode=23.97.130.72:8668



# Enable RPC
server=1
rpcport=8331
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
rpcconnect=127.0.0.1

# RPC information
rpcuser=secretuser
rpcpassword=pass

# Mining
gen=0



So now here's my argument on launching cudaminer 2014-02-07 :

cudaminer -q -C 1 --algo=keccak -d 0 -i 0 -m 1 -L 256 -l K1024x32 --no-autotune -o http://localhost:8331 -u secretuser -p pass



My question is "is i'm mining solo or it doesn't work with what i'm doing ?


Thanks for reply, if i'm wrong, bounty for the answer
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February 07, 2014, 05:47:17 PM
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thanks for all your soothing replies. BTW how long could it take to confirm a transaction in worst case?

Open serperate window in your wallet folder, and type in this: maxcoind listtransactions
Search for the block, and look if its "orphan" or not, i had an orphan one Sad
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February 07, 2014, 05:47:45 PM
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I give a tip to anybody who can provide the cuda  file :

cuda_5.5.20_winvista_win7_win8_general_64.exe


Nvidia site too slow
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February 07, 2014, 05:48:57 PM
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thanks for all your soothing replies. BTW how long could it take to confirm a transaction in worst case?

Open serperate window in your wallet folder, and type in this: maxcoind listtransactions
Search for the block, and look if its "orphan" or not, i had an orphan one Sad

I was talking about transaction of BTC i withdrew from coin-e. Tongue
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February 07, 2014, 05:50:10 PM
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running gtx560ti on linux with 2014-02-04 with ./cudaminer --algo=keccak -H 2 -C 1 -i 1 -l F1200x16 -L 256
and it runs fine :

GPU #0: GeForce GTX 560 Ti, 79537 khash/s

but not really sure if its working even if it looks like it.

latest git commit for 2014-02-07 gives me a segmentation fault!!

actually any build after 2014-02-04 gives me a segmentation fault

CCO   MNVPaetsHpxr97mRDqqPuV6PQoSVbFgPVE    NEM-test  TBZXHE-TD6AO6-PHSFZL-SZ7MWS-JEEI7C-EFCUC2-7Y7V
LTC    LcAQUMNhqDYesRRYMxMAsE5rhAAseDMDp7
XPM   AHDtLd993oYke4Zrm5dDG5WGtgyaUaMTCK
NXT   16706883867271464458
DOGE DBGiKBD1HZ8yfTdTcX5m8T7mY4X4cUVnEz
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