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December 13, 2016, 12:05:12 AM
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Wish I could see what each card hashrate is.... it's all added up to total hash. But very nice job NICEHASH  Smiley

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December 13, 2016, 12:12:31 AM
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-d 1 will tell you that
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December 13, 2016, 12:13:50 AM
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I also tested GTX 980 Ti, it did 350 overclocked, but that was with a bit older code, that wasn't properly tuned for that card.

We will try some more tricks tomorrow and hopefully push stock 1070 to 320 Sol/s. Also need to find proper setups for older cards such as 970 and 750 Ti.

 I've 960s and 950s to test on.

 My 750 Ti are both in XP-based 32-bit systems though.


Yes I wish they could do one build and one build only for vista 64 bit. I think it's mcvs 2013 or mcvs 2012. After that I won't ask for any future improvements. Just one time nicehash.  thx
Why don't you just upgrade to windows 10 or linux? Vista isn't really popular os so support for it isn't great.
I just wanted one ok build for now. I'm in the process of upgrading it to windows 7.  Smiley

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December 13, 2016, 12:16:04 AM
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-d 1 will tell you that
Ok so I can do a -d 0 1 2    and it will mine and have the readout?

EDIT: That didn't work. Could you show me an example for say 3 cards? Thx

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December 13, 2016, 12:35:45 AM
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Yeah good question was the payout frame changed again?
It was usually always each night when reaching 0.01

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December 13, 2016, 12:54:44 AM
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-d 1 will tell you that
Ok so I can do a -d 0 1 2    and it will mine and have the readout?

EDIT: That didn't work. Could you show me an example for say 3 cards? Thx

just put -d 1 only!
it will show the hashrates for each card no matter 3 or 6 gpu... Smiley

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December 13, 2016, 01:03:05 AM
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-d 1 will tell you that
Ok so I can do a -d 0 1 2    and it will mine and have the readout?

EDIT: That didn't work. Could you show me an example for say 3 cards? Thx

just put -d 1 only!
it will show the hashrates for each card no matter 3 or 6 gpu... Smiley
Thx JKRex .. I tried that and the cmd window scrolls. Trying again.  Smiley

This works but no readout of cards just total hash.
eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet     -t 6   -cd 0 1 2  -w HC

This scrolls.
eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet    -t 6   -d 1  -w HC


EDIT: No it doesn't work. It just scrolls fast and no readout. Can I see someones bat file plz with that command working? Thx


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December 13, 2016, 01:25:49 AM
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-d 1 will tell you that
Ok so I can do a -d 0 1 2    and it will mine and have the readout?

EDIT: That didn't work. Could you show me an example for say 3 cards? Thx

just put -d 1 only!
it will show the hashrates for each card no matter 3 or 6 gpu... Smiley
Thx JKRex .. I tried that and the cmd window scrolls. Trying again.  Smiley

EDIT: No it doesn't work. It just scrolls fast and no readout. Can I see someones bat file plz with that command working? Thx



this is my bat file

[win10/8gb ram]


eqm -l eu -u "bitcoin_address -w 1070s -t 0 -cd 0 1 2 3 4 -d 1

pause

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December 13, 2016, 01:33:20 AM
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-d 1 will tell you that
Ok so I can do a -d 0 1 2    and it will mine and have the readout?

EDIT: That didn't work. Could you show me an example for say 3 cards? Thx

just put -d 1 only!
it will show the hashrates for each card no matter 3 or 6 gpu... Smiley
Thx JKRex .. I tried that and the cmd window scrolls. Trying again.  Smiley

EDIT: No it doesn't work. It just scrolls fast and no readout. Can I see someones bat file plz with that command working? Thx



this is my bat file

[win10/8gb ram]


eqm -l eu -u "bitcoin_address -w 1070s -t 0 -cd 0 1 2 3 4 -d 1

pause
Thx I got it working. I needed to change -t 6  to -t 0.

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December 13, 2016, 02:44:48 AM
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Getting about ~310sol per 1070. This is across multiple rigs. No memory OC, just GPU OCs and max TDP.

TDP isn't coming close (still about 20% on most cards available). MCU usage is up from EWBFs miner, sits at about 80% (EQM) so still some leeway there too. EWBF was able to reduce his memory usage while increasing hashrate. He may have some tricks up his sleeves and depending on whether or not he plans on continuing his miner, it may be worth buying up (Nicehash) and integrating.

Power usage has decreased by about ~5% at the wall compared to EWBF.

I definitely agree this miner needs per GPU output so you can tell if there is a GPU that is under performing or has destabilized.

Just as a FYI -ca isn't extra instances, it selects all the devices multiple times. I thought it just duplicated the instances so I ended up with three instance (devices selected and -ca selected twice). You basically just need -ca -ca to select all devices twice.

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December 13, 2016, 03:54:47 AM
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Results:

Nvidia GTX Titan XP @ 445 sol/s stock with 2 threads
EVGA GTX 980 HydroCopper @ 223 sol/s stock with 1 thread
MSI GTX 980 @ 240 sol/s stock with 2 threads

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December 13, 2016, 06:42:51 AM
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Dunno how folks are getting to 370 sol/s on GTX 1070s (unless they have the "nice memory" ones are are OCing a lot harder than I can push mine).

 I AM seeing 330 sol/s or a bit over though, which is a nice jump, abet the power usage is quite a bit more than I see the same cards pull when mining ETH at a bit over 28 MH/s and I did have to bump the core clock up to stock from my normal ETH -200 max underclock (was seeing about 310 before I changed the core clock).

 +500 memory OC, TDP set to 80% via Afterburner. Tried playing around some with those settings but OC core doesn't seem to help and the cards are unstable at higher mem OC.
 I did see just under 300 at 60% TDP setting for about 108 watts (NVidia SMI reading), which is VERY nice for folks that need max efficiency in high electric cost areas  and I suspect that could be optimised a bit more by someone that tried harder at it.


 Now if we could just unlock this miner from the Nicehash pool, even if they went to a 2-3% dev fee like Claymore on AMD....



 For perspective, my pair of Sapphire RX470 4GB cards (blower-style) are pulling over 405 sol/s with Claymore v9.1 and cost me $332 with shipping (which is less than any 1070s cost), so while this is nice for folks that already HAVE 1070s it's not a good reason to buy new ones for mining.
 1060s though might now be competative enough to consider.

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December 13, 2016, 06:51:40 AM
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We did not have an issue. You have overclocked cards? Try different driver? What happens if using multiple eqm instances?

with multiple eqm instances(or wit 2 threads) speed is slower. With overclock, or without.

1 thread :
Code:
$ ./eqm -cd 0 -b

==================== www.nicehash.com ====================
     EQM v1.0.3a equihash CPU&GPU Miner for NiceHash.
  This miner is using proprietary base code by NiceHash.
    CPU solver: by xenoncat
    CUDA solver: by djeZo; heavily modified Tromp solver
==================== www.nicehash.com ====================

[00:19:57][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] Log started
[00:19:58][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] Starting up miner instances...
[00:19:58][0x00007ffb222b4700][info] device#0 | Initializing thread #0 (CUDA-DJEZO) GeForce GTX 1070 (#0) M=1
[00:20:00][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] Benchmarking, please wait about 20 seconds...
[00:20:20][0x00007ffb222b4700][info] device#0 | Thread #0 ended (CUDA-DJEZO)
[00:20:20][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] Benchmarking finished
[00:20:20][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] Total time : 20 s
[00:20:20][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] device#0: 178 I/s, 326.016 Sols/s
[00:20:20][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] Total measured: 178 I/s
[00:20:20][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] Total measured: 326.016 Sols/s
[00:20:20][0x00007ffb2c022740][info] Theoretical: 334.471 Sols/s

2 threads:
Code:
$ ./eqm -cd 0 0 -b

==================== www.nicehash.com ====================
     EQM v1.0.3a equihash CPU&GPU Miner for NiceHash.
  This miner is using proprietary base code by NiceHash.
    CPU solver: by xenoncat
    CUDA solver: by djeZo; heavily modified Tromp solver
==================== www.nicehash.com ====================

[00:20:28][0x00007f958269d740][info] Log started
[00:20:28][0x00007f958269d740][info] Starting up miner instances...
[00:20:28][0x00007f9577c9a700][info] device#1 | Initializing thread #1 (CUDA-DJEZO) GeForce GTX 1070 (#0) M=1
[00:20:28][0x00007f957849b700][info] device#0 | Initializing thread #0 (CUDA-DJEZO) GeForce GTX 1070 (#0) M=1
[00:20:30][0x00007f958269d740][info] Benchmarking, please wait about 20 seconds...
[00:20:50][0x00007f9577c9a700][info] device#1 | Thread #1 ended (CUDA-DJEZO)
[00:20:50][0x00007f957849b700][info] device#0 | Thread #0 ended (CUDA-DJEZO)
[00:20:50][0x00007f958269d740][info] Benchmarking finished
[00:20:50][0x00007f958269d740][info] Total time : 20 s
[00:20:50][0x00007f958269d740][info] device#0: 76.8692 I/s, 146.437 Sols/s
[00:20:50][0x00007f958269d740][info] device#1: 76.8615 I/s, 144.629 Sols/s
[00:20:50][0x00007f958269d740][info] Total measured: 153.731 I/s
[00:20:50][0x00007f958269d740][info] Total measured: 291.066 Sols/s
[00:20:50][0x00007f958269d740][info] Theoretical: 288.868 Sols/s

Same here. Single instance running faster.
Ubuntu 16.04, 370.04 drivers.

Code:
vanjuska@vanjuska-G31M-S2L:~/eqm_v1.0.3a_Linux_Ubuntu16$ ./eqm_ubuntu_16 -cd 0 -b

==================== www.nicehash.com ====================
     EQM v1.0.3a equihash CPU&GPU Miner for NiceHash.
  This miner is using proprietary base code by NiceHash.
    CPU solver: by xenoncat
    CUDA solver: by djeZo; heavily modified Tromp solver
==================== www.nicehash.com ====================

[07:46:11][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] Log started
[07:46:11][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] Starting up miner instances...
[07:46:11][0x00007fcfc790f700][info] device#0 | Initializing thread #0 (CUDA-DJEZO) GeForce GTX 1060 3GB (#0) M=1
[07:46:13][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] Benchmarking, please wait about 20 seconds...
[07:46:33][0x00007fcfc790f700][info] device#0 | Thread #0 ended (CUDA-DJEZO)
[07:46:33][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] Benchmarking finished
[07:46:33][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] Total time : 20 s
[07:46:33][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] device#0: 111.072 I/s, 205.641 Sols/s
[07:46:33][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] Total measured: 111.072 I/s
[07:46:33][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] Total measured: 205.641 Sols/s
[07:46:33][0x00007fcfd166c740][info] Theoretical: 208.71 Sols/s
vanjuska@vanjuska-G31M-S2L:~/eqm_v1.0.3a_Linux_Ubuntu16$ ./eqm_ubuntu_16 -cd 0 0 -b

==================== www.nicehash.com ====================
     EQM v1.0.3a equihash CPU&GPU Miner for NiceHash.
  This miner is using proprietary base code by NiceHash.
    CPU solver: by xenoncat
    CUDA solver: by djeZo; heavily modified Tromp solver
==================== www.nicehash.com ====================

[07:46:56][0x00007f3416d48740][info] Log started
[07:46:56][0x00007f3416d48740][info] Starting up miner instances...
[07:46:56][0x00007f340cb57700][info] device#0 | Initializing thread #0 (CUDA-DJEZO) GeForce GTX 1060 3GB (#0) M=1
[07:46:56][0x00007f33fffff700][info] device#1 | Initializing thread #1 (CUDA-DJEZO) GeForce GTX 1060 3GB (#0) M=1
[07:46:58][0x00007f3416d48740][info] Benchmarking, please wait about 20 seconds...
[07:47:18][0x00007f340cb57700][info] device#0 | Thread #0 ended (CUDA-DJEZO)
[07:47:18][0x00007f33fffff700][info] device#1 | Thread #1 ended (CUDA-DJEZO)
[07:47:18][0x00007f3416d48740][info] Benchmarking finished
[07:47:18][0x00007f3416d48740][info] Total time : 20 s
[07:47:18][0x00007f3416d48740][info] device#0: 53.1606 I/s, 99.2798 Sols/s
[07:47:18][0x00007f3416d48740][info] device#1: 53.2106 I/s, 100.88 Sols/s
[07:47:18][0x00007f3416d48740][info] Total measured: 106.371 I/s
[07:47:18][0x00007f3416d48740][info] Total measured: 200.16 Sols/s
[07:47:18][0x00007f3416d48740][info] Theoretical: 199.877 Sols/s
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December 13, 2016, 07:00:36 AM
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Dunno how folks are getting to 370 sol/s on GTX 1070s (unless they have the "nice memory" ones are are OCing a lot harder than I can push mine).

 I AM seeing 330 sol/s or a bit over though, which is a nice jump, abet the power usage is quite a bit more than I see the same cards pull when mining ETH at a bit over 28 MH/s and I did have to bump the core clock up to stock from my normal ETH -200 max underclock (was seeing about 310 before I changed the core clock).

 +500 memory OC, TDP set to 80% via Afterburner. Tried playing around some with those settings but OC core doesn't seem to help and the cards are unstable at higher mem OC.
 I did see just under 300 at 60% TDP setting for about 108 watts (NVidia SMI reading), which is VERY nice for folks that need max efficiency in high electric cost areas  and I suspect that could be optimised a bit more by someone that tried harder at it.


 Now if we could just unlock this miner from the Nicehash pool, even if they went to a 2-3% dev fee like Claymore on AMD....



i see they are pushing the mem at 800 +, but in my case i see artifact, too risky, tdp is also 90%

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December 13, 2016, 07:30:51 AM
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Dunno how folks are getting to 370 sol/s on GTX 1070s (unless they have the "nice memory" ones are are OCing a lot harder than I can push mine).

 I AM seeing 330 sol/s or a bit over though, which is a nice jump, abet the power usage is quite a bit more than I see the same cards pull when mining ETH at a bit over 28 MH/s and I did have to bump the core clock up to stock from my normal ETH -200 max underclock (was seeing about 310 before I changed the core clock).

 +500 memory OC, TDP set to 80% via Afterburner. Tried playing around some with those settings but OC core doesn't seem to help and the cards are unstable at higher mem OC.
 I did see just under 300 at 60% TDP setting for about 108 watts (NVidia SMI reading), which is VERY nice for folks that need max efficiency in high electric cost areas  and I suspect that could be optimised a bit more by someone that tried harder at it.


 Now if we could just unlock this miner from the Nicehash pool, even if they went to a 2-3% dev fee like Claymore on AMD....



 For perspective, my pair of Sapphire RX470 4GB cards (blower-style) are pulling over 405 sol/s with Claymore v9.1 and cost me $332 with shipping (which is less than any 1070s cost), so while this is nice for folks that already HAVE 1070s it's not a good reason to buy new ones for mining.
 1060s though might now be competative enough to consider.



As far as I can tell this is based on the type of memory on the card (putting aside you possibly being TDP capped). I'm getting about ~340 on +600 mem, which isn't a small OC and further then that requires cherry picked OCs (some cards reach +900). It's not normal. Quoting OC results shouldn't be standard practice which it's becoming now.

I'd say about 95% of the miners on the forums barely understand the hardware they're mining on. People actively compare a 1070 to a 480 because they have similar performance in Ethereum, completely putting aside that's one algorithm and it's a very unique one at that (how it access the memory and how it's memory bound). Then they extrapolate those performance results to everything else.

Ethereum IS NOT Equihash. Equihash is memory bound, but no where close to what people originally thought or are still thinking (which is easily verifiable by MCU usage). A 1070 is a immensely powerful card. It performs about 40% faster then a 480 when it's not limited by memory bus, ~20% faster then a Fury. A 480 is a mid range graphics card, nothing more and nothing less. When it comes to pulling punches and you aren't limited exclusively by memory bus, it'll start falling in line with the pricing tiers.

Nvidia has been behind the other cards all this time due to a lack of development effort. Occasionally you get a release from random developers and occasionally Nicehash releases something nice. Now that Claymore is slowing down, it'll give Nvidia a chance to catch up. The entire Equihash mining landscape will change due to the majority of users being on AMD hardware, it'll equalize with the higher hash algos comparatively to AMD performance (Ethereum) and Nvidia will end up ahead in areas it accelerates at. There are still people shit talking about hardware they barely understand and off a word they heard from a friend they heard from a brother of some random guy who posted on the forum pretending he knew what the fuck he was talking about.

That's the boat we share though, majority of miners are idiots.

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December 13, 2016, 07:52:34 AM
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gtx980 / 376.19 driver / win 10-64bit i got between 235-240 sol/s

how can i get rid of this error : "assigning used nonce duplicates will happen "

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gtx980 / 376.19 driver / win 10-64bit i got between 235-240 sol/s

how can i get rid of this error : "assigning used nonce duplicates will happen "

How many threads are you using? You used max of 256. Reduce number of them. There is no system around that would need more (even if you have dual 64 thread CPU and 6 gpus on it, 256 will be enough).
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December 13, 2016, 08:20:00 AM
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getting this all the time, Plus 25% rejects

[08:19:30][0x000009cc][warning] Assigning used nonce; duplicates will happen

Where do I reduce it to 256?
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getting this all the time, Plus 25% rejects

[08:19:30][0x000009cc][warning] Assigning used nonce; duplicates will happen

Where do I reduce it to 256?

How do you launch it?
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December 13, 2016, 08:38:52 AM
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getting this all the time, Plus 25% rejects

[08:19:30][0x000009cc][warning] Assigning used nonce; duplicates will happen

Where do I reduce it to 256?

How do you launch it?

I found the problem, When I set CPU threads to 0 it works fine and I get no rejects or assigning used nonce warning.
I have a 5820k with 12 threads I'm trying to use, I've tried using 6,8,10 & all 12 threads but it still creates the same rejects..

I open it by double clicking start.bat..

Code:
:: your Bitcoin address and worker name
SET BTCADDR=1HaLHSjTdCr3buSQWrGnYK7QSzPwaoyKYi
SET WORKER=PC

:: number of CPU threads, 0 disables CPU mining
SET CPU_THREADS=0

:: eu usa hk jp
SET LOCATION=eu

eqm -t %CPU_THREADS% -l %LOCATION% -u %BTCADDR% -w %WORKER% -cd 0 0
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