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December 13, 2016, 08:00:49 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 "

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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December 13, 2016, 08:35:39 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?

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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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December 13, 2016, 08:45:07 AM
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Looks like CPU mining is broken in this version. Don't use CPU mining (it is not profitable anyway, rather mine cryptonight if you want to earn something with CPU).

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December 13, 2016, 08:46:50 AM
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Nice dont pay at 0.01 btc ? today at 00:00 i have 0.012 and no pay .


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December 13, 2016, 08:48:14 AM
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Nice dont pay at 0.01 btc ? today at 00:00 i have 0.012 and no pay .


2016-12-09

Change in payment (payouts) schedule for hashing power sellers/providers
Dear hashing power sellers/providers,

Due to extremely increased Bitcoin Transaction fees we're once again forced to adjusting payments (payouts) schedule. We are striving to process payments to miners fast, multiple times per day and making sure that payments are confirmed as soon as possible - by including adequate amount of Bitcoin Transaction fee from our pockets to each payment (payouts).

Unfortunately Bitcoin Blockchain network is completely saturated lately and thus the Bitcoin Transaction fees became enormous. We are supporting and encouraging SegWit adoption and really we hope that it will soon be implemented and thus enable normal Bitcoin Transaction fees and higher transaction processing throughput. But until this is realized, we will change our payout schedule as follows:

Payments (payouts) will be issued four times a day if your unpaid balance is greater than 0.1 BTC. We will be processing payments for balances greater than 0.01 BTC once every week, usually each Saturday at 16:00 UTC. Payments for balances greater than 0.001 BTC will be processed once every four weeks.

The switch to the new payment (payouts) schedule for hashing power sellers/providers will take place on December 10th 2016 at 09:00 UTC.

We are also making a commitment that as soon as Bitcoin Blockchain transaction processing network will be extended by either implementing SegWit or a hard fork to a larger block size, we will switch back to previous payouts schedule, allowing more frequent payouts with lower payout thresholds.



Thank you for your using our service and keep on hashing! Wink

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December 13, 2016, 09:28:39 AM
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Thanks! miner good!
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December 13, 2016, 10:07:03 AM
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thanks for the update nicehash  Cool
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December 13, 2016, 10:15:54 AM
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6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW

Moderate OC +140/+660 (1860mhz/4460mhz) - 50% TDP (~95w per card)

Launched with 2x process, 3x cards each about 965 sols/s (~320sol/s per card) per process for a total of 1930 Sol/s (2 process help stability & maximization grinded about 40 more sol/s, accepted nicehash speed after 2 hours  : Equihash   2397.62 Sol/s and 0% reject) so far very stable Smiley

I must say, im impressed, very nice work  Cool

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December 13, 2016, 10:54:53 AM
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6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW

Moderate OC +140/+660 (1860mhz/4460mhz) - 50% TDP (~95w per card)

Launched with 2x process, 3x cards each about 965 sols/s (~320sol/s per card) per process for a total of 1930 Sol/s (2 process help stability & maximization grinded about 40 more sol/s, accepted nicehash speed after 2 hours  : Equihash   2397.62 Sol/s and 0% reject) so far very stable Smiley

I must say, im impressed, very nice work  Cool

No need to run multiple .exe anymore, just set multiple threads/instances per device. Same speed is achieved.

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December 13, 2016, 11:02:43 AM
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Nicehash     If I run  eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet    -t 6   -cd 0 1 2   -w HC   = 225 s/s without read each card.

                  If I run  eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet    -t 0   -cd 0 1 2 -d 1   -w HC   = 213 s/s with read each card.

                  If I run  eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet    -t 6   -cd 0 1 2 -d 1  -w HC    = scrolling no hash.    

Edit: With ver03a.      

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December 13, 2016, 11:05:19 AM
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6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW

Moderate OC +140/+660 (1860mhz/4460mhz) - 50% TDP (~95w per card)

Launched with 2x process, 3x cards each about 965 sols/s (~320sol/s per card) per process for a total of 1930 Sol/s (2 process help stability & maximization grinded about 40 more sol/s, accepted nicehash speed after 2 hours  : Equihash   2397.62 Sol/s and 0% reject) so far very stable Smiley

I must say, im impressed, very nice work  Cool

No need to run multiple .exe anymore, just set multiple threads/instances per device. Same speed is achieved.

How do you do that, can you do it with the -ca switch ? or need to do -cd 0 0 1 1 2 2 and so on ?

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December 13, 2016, 11:12:52 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
If you use the -d 1 option try taking it out and then use the -t 6 for your cpu and your hashrate should increase.  ver3a.

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December 13, 2016, 11:42:25 AM
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 ver3a.  Smiley

Nicehash     If I run  eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet    -t 6   -cd 0 1 2   -w HC   = 225 s/s without read each card.

                  If I run  eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet    -t 0   -cd 0 1 2 -d 1   -w HC   = 213 s/s with read each card.

                  If I run  eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet    -t 6   -cd 0 1 2 -d 1  -w HC    = scrolling no hash.  

 




Nicehash nice....... fix ver03b.

                     eqm.exe  -l usa  -u wallet    -t 6   -cd 0 1 2 -d 1  -w HC  = 228 s/s total....  it displays each cards hashrate and each cores hashrate.  


Well done.  Smiley          
                    
                          

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December 13, 2016, 12:19:22 PM
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340 s/s on 1070.

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December 13, 2016, 12:20:19 PM
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I often see those messages

device#2 | Solver interrupted

what does they mean exactly ? is that a problem ?

340 s/s on 1070.

What brand,model, OC, real freq, tdp, how many cards in rig ? I'm interested Wink

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December 13, 2016, 12:46:52 PM
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Version 1.0.3b with fixed CPU mining and a minor fix for Ubuntu16:

DOWNLOAD WINDOWS version (Windows 7+)

DOWNLOAD Linux Ubuntu 14.04 version

DOWNLOAD Linux Ubuntu 16.04 version

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I often see those messages

device#2 | Solver interrupted

what does they mean exactly ? is that a problem ?

340 s/s on 1070.

What brand,model, OC, real freq, tdp, how many cards in rig ? I'm interested Wink
EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0, 08G-P4-6276-KR, 8GB GDDR5, RGB LED, 10CM FAN, 10 Power Phases, Double BIOS, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC)
77% tdp core 2000 mhz mem +500 one.... but rig is  1x 750ti  2x 970gtx 1x 980ti  1x 1070 evga.
I should try 55% tdp to see if price per hash per cost of electricity... it should be better at 55%.

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December 13, 2016, 01:27:04 PM
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why not make free the miner to use it on other pools, the Chinese always want the whole real control?
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