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May 11, 2014, 12:48:26 PM
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Support for anything lower than 3.0 Compute Capability has been dropped for ccminer, so he can implement much more efficient algorithms.
You can look up the Compute Capability of your gpu here: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus

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May 11, 2014, 01:45:45 PM
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would that be possible to implement stratum support for DMD (groestlcoin with bugs ( Grin... could call this a feature... but since it is unintentional)  meaning groestlcoin stratum is not working).
Some updated sgminer by one of the DMD pool has been released: https://github.com/danbi/sph-sgminer.
apparently it also need the diff adjustment but I think it is already in ccminer

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May 11, 2014, 01:53:10 PM
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anyone knows if I can install CUDA toolkit on system without nvidia card installed?

Yes you can. you cant debug tho.

Just find out that in Talkcoin chat, if you click the "B" for bold text by mistake, then it will cost you 10 TAC instead of 1. Normal chat just 1 TAC. Find it the hard way....LOL.  Stopped mining TAC after about 500 coins, it should cover the chatting for a while... 
What become to the TAC we give when chatting ? Everybody chatting lose TACs so who is the big winner who receive all the TACs ?

Chat TAC goes into a developement and bounty wallet
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May 11, 2014, 01:55:05 PM
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I think we might need also need X13 (a new coin is going to be release) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=601965.0

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May 11, 2014, 01:59:13 PM
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I think we might need also need X13 (a new coin is going to be release) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=601965.0

It appears crypto coins are adopting the razor blade strategy. I predict we will have a x22 algo in a month.
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May 11, 2014, 02:14:20 PM
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I think we might need also need X13 (a new coin is going to be release) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=601965.0

It appears crypto coins are adopting the razor blade strategy. I predict we will have a x22 algo in a month.
Since the arrival of Scrypt asics, we're all aware ASIC's can be made for everything (not like I wasn't before lol). The only real way ATM to resist pure ASICs is to change/add algorithms continuously.
CPU miners are easily rewritten. GPU miners need a bit more of a dev, but christian shows it off pretty well!
FPGA miners, like Christian said, only need to add another FPGA, rewrite the code for the new/extra algorithm et voila. This needs a lot more development time, but I guess that someone who has been coding FPGA's for years will pull this off pretty easily (and if he's smart, not re-sell it!). FPGA's will be few and not really worth it if you can't rewrite it yourself.
And ASICs require hardware development at its finest. It takes a month, maybe two to get a working prototype and even that isn't what you'd call stable and ready to re-sell. So ASICs for X??? will never exist for the general market if it goes on like this.

THIS also makes it more or less "multipool-resistant" BTW. If the markets are filled with coins, each having their own algorithm, this will make it hard for a multipool to switch according to profit.
I wonder if it would be able to add something onto stratum that lets the stratum tell the miner which algo to pick, so it can change in an instant, without you requiring to manually do it?
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May 11, 2014, 02:16:29 PM
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Thanks @djm34, @cryptomines
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May 11, 2014, 02:18:50 PM
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I got adventurous this morning and tried the Linux 337.19 beta driver. Still did not get manual OC options in nvidia-settings. I guess while the beta driver does support my GT640's, my GT640's don't support manual OC?  Undecided
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May 11, 2014, 03:21:52 PM
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Could someone post their ccminer bat file contents for X11 on 750Ti?

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May 11, 2014, 03:29:55 PM
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Could someone post their ccminer bat file contents for X11 on 750Ti?

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Not a lot of adjustments in it - just:

Code:
ccminer50.exe -a x11 -o http://127.0.0.1:15818 -u user -p pass -d 2

Edit: (This is for Color Coin solo)
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May 11, 2014, 03:30:35 PM
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Could someone post their ccminer bat file contents for X11 on 750Ti?

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ccminer50.exe -a x11 -d 2 -o stratum+tcp://drk.cpu-pool.net:3500 -u user -p xxx


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May 11, 2014, 03:49:57 PM
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Getting around 2.5-2.6 Mhash on GTX 770 and on 750ti pretty much same as others here. Seeing my 770 beating top AMD's at x11 makes me extremely happy Smiley
As soon as I mine some of the "donation" coins, I'm sending some. Won't be a lot since i only have 2 GPU's atm, but it will be from the heart! Smiley

Thanks for awesome job guys, keep it up!

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May 11, 2014, 04:05:57 PM
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Getting around 2.5-2.6 Mhash on GTX 770 and on 750ti pretty much same as others here. Seeing my 770 beating top AMD's at x11 makes me extremely happy Smiley
As soon as I mine some of the "donation" coins, I'm sending some. Won't be a lot since i only have 2 GPU's atm, but it will be from the heart! Smiley

Thanks for awesome job guys, keep it up!
not sure what you call top amd, but my R9 290x is doing around 3MHash/s (400khash/s short from my 780ti), so there are still in the game (however waiting for the update)

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May 11, 2014, 04:21:11 PM
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Getting around 2.5-2.6 Mhash on GTX 770 and on 750ti pretty much same as others here. Seeing my 770 beating top AMD's at x11 makes me extremely happy Smiley
As soon as I mine some of the "donation" coins, I'm sending some. Won't be a lot since i only have 2 GPU's atm, but it will be from the heart! Smiley

Thanks for awesome job guys, keep it up!
not sure what you call top amd, but my R9 290x is doing around 3MHash/s (400khash/s short from my 780ti), so there are still in the game (however waiting for the update)

Then I underestimated AMD a bit  Grin, quick search showed around 2.7Mhash for 290x. But being on par with 280x is still pretty damn awesome, considering scrypt and other algos.

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May 11, 2014, 04:43:34 PM
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Anyone know is there any performance differences for palit gtx 750 ti stormx oc vs stormx dual ?

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May 11, 2014, 04:59:28 PM
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Dual is clocked a bit higher as stock I believe. Neither has 6 pin power.

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May 11, 2014, 09:18:55 PM
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Ok guys, there was someone on github that seems to have found a way to compile an X11 miner for older cards with compute capability 2.1 (maybe 2.0 too).
I've compiled that for myself and psterryl tested it on his 2x gtx560ti's and they ran at almost 1.5MH X11 each, which is plain awesome.


You can compile it for yourself with compute_20,sm_21 & MAXWELL_OR_FERMI at 0. compute_20,sm_20 gave weird HTTP errors.
For those who can't compile, I have it here: https://mega.co.nz/#!gBlGVZbT!0Pxo_T1P89UWmC866NVFIwEd3MJaAfRsdO8L5p4uvz0
Note: Quarkcoin, Jackpotcoin & Animecoin had to be dropped in order for this to work.
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May 11, 2014, 09:34:33 PM
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Ok guys, there was someone on github that seems to have found a way to compile an X11 miner for older cards with compute capability 2.1 (maybe 2.0 too).
I've compiled that for myself and psterryl tested it on his 2x gtx560ti's and they ran at almost 1.5MH X11 each, which is plain awesome.
http://oi60.tinypic.com/sqlbhs.jpg

You can compile it for yourself with compute_20,sm_21 & MAXWELL_OR_FERMI at 0.
For those who can't compile, I have it here: https://mega.co.nz/#!gBlGVZbT!0Pxo_T1P89UWmC866NVFIwEd3MJaAfRsdO8L5p4uvz0
Note: Quarkcoin, Jackpotcoin & Animecoin had to be dropped in order for this to work.

The Support for 2.0 is not a question of compiler-setup. Maybe it will work now (no idea), but this is not forever (we're working on simd right now, and our current dev Version will not work with compute < 3.0). With Quark, the compaction will not run... and so on Smiley

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May 11, 2014, 09:36:53 PM
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Ok guys, there was someone on github that seems to have found a way to compile an X11 miner for older cards with compute capability 2.1 (maybe 2.0 too).
I've compiled that for myself and psterryl tested it on his 2x gtx560ti's and they ran at almost 1.5MH X11 each, which is plain awesome.

You can compile it for yourself with compute_20,sm_21 & MAXWELL_OR_FERMI at 0.
For those who can't compile, I have it here: https://mega.co.nz/#!gBlGVZbT!0Pxo_T1P89UWmC866NVFIwEd3MJaAfRsdO8L5p4uvz0
Note: Quarkcoin, Jackpotcoin & Animecoin had to be dropped in order for this to work.

The Support for 2.0 is not a question of compiler-setup. Maybe it will work now (no idea), but this is not forever (we're working on simd right now, and our current dev Version will not work with compute < 3.0). With Quark, the compaction will not run... and so on Smiley

Christian

Yeah, I know about that Wink But this is just giving an X11 miner for them old cards so they can have something to hash at once the big scrypt asics ruin everything. 1.5MH isn't that bad at all Wink
Once you'll add those new simd algo's and killer-groestl this won't work anymore, but it works now Wink
Can't wait to see your work on the new algo's though. My 750TI's are waiting Tongue But you guys have delivered impressive work already, I'm so excited.

EDIT: Just got a report incoming, 'AltcoinGamer' gets 170-190kh/s on his gtx620 Cheesy
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May 11, 2014, 09:44:25 PM
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Ok guys, there was someone on github that seems to have found a way to compile an X11 miner for older cards with compute capability 2.1 (maybe 2.0 too).
I've compiled that for myself and psterryl tested it on his 2x gtx560ti's and they ran at almost 1.5MH X11 each, which is plain awesome.

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You can compile it for yourself with compute_20,sm_21 & MAXWELL_OR_FERMI at 0. compute_20,sm_20 gave weird HTTP errors.
For those who can't compile, I have it here: https://mega.co.nz/#!gBlGVZbT!0Pxo_T1P89UWmC866NVFIwEd3MJaAfRsdO8L5p4uvz0
Note: Quarkcoin, Jackpotcoin & Animecoin had to be dropped in order for this to work.

I'm a long time IRC user here but just signed up to the forums to confirm what Bombadil is saying. I tested out the ccminer binaries he compiled for compute capability 2.1 and I'm hashing away nicely with X11 on 560 Ti's, getting around 1.5 MH/s per card.

Good job on getting this compiled! I was sad when I saw the ccminer announced earlier didn't support anything below compute level 3.
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