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Author Topic: NiceHash EQM Zcash NVIDIA optimized miner [Maxwell/Pascal] + CPU mining v1.0.4c  (Read 126849 times)
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December 14, 2016, 05:41:18 PM
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linux 3b version is faster, but still a bit slower, then windows on same hardware.

win version under wine-staging:
Code:
$ /opt/wine-staging/bin/wine eqm.exe -cd 0 -b
fixme:winediag:start_process Wine Staging 1.9.23 is a testing version containing experimental patches.
fixme:winediag:start_process Please mention your exact version when filing bug reports on winehq.org.
fixme:heap:RtlSetHeapInformation 0x3e0000 0 0x23fd20 4 stub

==================== www.nicehash.com ====================
     EQM v1.0.3b 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 ====================

[20:36:10][0x00000026][info] Log started
[20:36:10][0x00000026][info] Starting up miner instances...
fixme:module:load_library unsupported flag(s) used (flags: 0x00000800)
fixme:ntdll:EtwRegisterTraceGuidsW (0x30ec34, (nil), {f7b697a3-4db5-4d3b-be71-c4d284e6592f}, 7, 0x3cebb0, (null), (null), 0x3d2280): stub
fixme:ntdll:EtwRegisterTraceGuidsW   register trace class {72b14a7d-704c-423e-92f8-7e6d64bcb92a}
fixme:ntdll:EtwRegisterTraceGuidsW   register trace class {e2091f8a-1e0a-4731-84a2-0dd57c8a5261}
fixme:ntdll:EtwRegisterTraceGuidsW   register trace class {e8a3bf1f-a86b-4390-9c60-5390b969d22c}
fixme:ntdll:EtwRegisterTraceGuidsW   register trace class {5727a00f-50be-4519-8256-f7699871fecb}
fixme:ntdll:EtwRegisterTraceGuidsW   register trace class {7e854ec7-cdc4-405a-b5b2-aaf7c9e7d40c}
fixme:ntdll:EtwRegisterTraceGuidsW   register trace class {79a60dc6-5fc8-4952-a41c-1163aeec5eb8}
fixme:ntdll:EtwRegisterTraceGuidsW   register trace class {2718d25b-5bf5-4479-8e88-babc64bdbfca}
fixme:process:GetNumaHighestNodeNumber (0x23e770): semi-stub
fixme:ver:GetCurrentPackageId (0xe9e550 (nil)): stub
[20:36:10][0x00000032][info] device#0 | Initializing thread #0 (CUDA-DJEZO) GeForce GTX 1070 (#0) M=1
[20:36:12][0x00000026][info] Benchmarking, please wait about 20 seconds...
[20:36:32][0x00000032][info] device#0 | Thread #0 ended (CUDA-DJEZO)
[20:36:32][0x00000026][info] Benchmarking finished
[20:36:32][0x00000026][info] Total time : 20 s
[20:36:32][0x00000026][info] device#0: 186.928 I/s, 342.168 Sols/s
[20:36:32][0x00000026][info] Total measured: 186.928 I/s
[20:36:32][0x00000026][info] Total measured: 342.168 Sols/s
[20:36:32][0x00000026][info] Theoretical: 351.247 Sols/s

linux version, same hardware:
Code:
$ ./eqm_ubuntu_16 -cd 0 -b

==================== www.nicehash.com ====================
     EQM v1.0.3b 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 ====================

[20:36:52][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] Log started
[20:36:52][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] Starting up miner instances...
[20:36:52][0x00007fafd9f9f700][info] device#0 | Initializing thread #0 (CUDA-DJEZO) GeForce GTX 1070 (#0) M=1
[20:36:54][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] Benchmarking, please wait about 20 seconds...
[20:37:14][0x00007fafd9f9f700][info] device#0 | Thread #0 ended (CUDA-DJEZO)
[20:37:14][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] Benchmarking finished
[20:37:14][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] Total time : 20 s
[20:37:14][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] device#0: 184.187 I/s, 337.217 Sols/s
[20:37:14][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] Total measured: 184.187 I/s
[20:37:14][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] Total measured: 337.217 Sols/s
[20:37:14][0x00007fafe3d0d740][info] Theoretical: 346.096 Sols/s

99 GPU load, 75-76% mem load(windows) VS 98%GPU load, 74% mem load(linux)
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December 15, 2016, 03:45:31 AM
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You aren't going to be able to get the same underclocking (TDP reduction) results between cards. They have different voltages they operate on in addition to different TDP envelopes. They aren't all 150w cards. This is going to very immensely between venders and even in between different cards.

The fact that you can reduce TDP to increase earnings means there is plenty of processing headroom available either for improvements in Equihash speeds or dual mining with something like SIA which is almost entirely compute based.

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December 15, 2016, 06:54:57 AM
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same setting, but i can't get that hash with that wattage, the maximum is 310 sol 100w, what is your core clock?
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December 15, 2016, 07:09:57 AM
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same setting, but i can't get that hash with that wattage, the maximum is 310 sol 100w, what is your core clock?

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +140 (real core ~1860Mhz)
vCore +20%
Mem +685 (real core ~4482Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card)




~320 Sols/card - Total 1927 sols/s with 2 process of EQM (3 cards each) i know you can do 2 threads per cards now, but i found it to be less stable in my experiments (had some crashes, and get 3% less sols/s overall)

~695W @ wall - 1 sol/s per 0.36066W

Very efficient for now ;-), will play a bit more with OC/vCore over the week-end, this configuration being rock stable for 2 days, 0 rejected shares. Would like to see if some settings or code optimizations could max out the GPU's they're not fully maxed (about 96% load in nvidia-smi), i used the usual variables to max out cards, but it's not 100%.

Cheers.

moving above 600 mem give me artifact and i have samsung memory, it must be the model, i have the g1 gaming, the bst i could get was 93 watt but 306 sol

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December 15, 2016, 07:29:38 AM
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Greetings,
any Linux guru here to give me a hint how to force P3 state in Linux?
My core is at max speed but memory is 400Mhz lower on P2 state.
Thanks!
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December 15, 2016, 08:25:10 AM
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1060 3gb with 50% tdp:

180sol/s@60Watt

Light oc (when running with the -ca parameter) (100% tdp)

225sol/s@100Watt

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December 15, 2016, 08:44:57 AM
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Sure np, it is Inno3D GTX 1070 iChill X4, TDP at 50%, mem clock +600 (total of 4500).

 None of my cards have been able to handle +600 memory clock reliably, most of them can do +550 a few +500 at most.
 Mix of at least 3 different Gigabyte models (couple ITX, 4 2-fan, 2 Windforce 3-fan) and some EVGAs.

 I've never bothered trying to max efficiency on eqm though, as my current situation gives me a fixed monthly cost for electric so *FOR ME FOR NOW* it makes more sense to try to push for max hash.

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December 15, 2016, 10:01:56 AM
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same setting, but i can't get that hash with that wattage, the maximum is 310 sol 100w, what is your core clock?

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +140 (real core ~1860Mhz)
vCore +20%
Mem +685 (real core ~4482Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card)




~320 Sols/card - Total 1927 sols/s with 2 process of EQM (3 cards each) i know you can do 2 threads per cards now, but i found it to be less stable in my experiments (had some crashes, and get 3% less sols/s overall)

~695W @ wall - 1 sol/s per 0.36066W

Very efficient for now ;-), will play a bit more with OC/vCore over the week-end, this configuration being rock stable for 2 days, 0 rejected shares. Would like to see if some settings or code optimizations could max out the GPU's they're not fully maxed (about 96% load in nvidia-smi), i used the usual variables to max out cards, but it's not 100%.

Cheers.

moving above 600 mem give me artifact and i have samsung memory, it must be the model, i have the g1 gaming, the bst i could get was 93 watt but 306 sol

I have micron memory, from what i heard the samsung perform better in OC, but the EVGA FTW design has something that i think help alot when doing overclock, a double 8 pin power supply, i think even @ lower
TDP it help maintaining very stable voltage, and probably help higher OC's to be stable, i can even push the memory to 780 when i lower the core to +0mhz when mining ETH (it's more efficient for ETH to boost, mem) also it probably help that this card is made for OC and already OC'ed by design, as stated by many before not all cards are equal, due to the making of electronics some chip perform better than others (has been verified with CPU overlclocking for many many years) the fact that you have a card OC'ed by default mean the chip was already "pre" selected to be better than the others and more stable. It probably help too Smiley

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December 15, 2016, 10:05:41 AM
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Server in EU again down and the website also down of nicehash.
If you min to eu server check if you not waste energy again for nothing as long as the servers are down.

This forum is filled with morons able to ignore every netiquette and basic respectful behaviour.
Yes I mean you bensam and you fellow fake accounts.
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December 15, 2016, 10:20:42 AM
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Server in EU again down and the website also down of nicehash.
If you min to eu server check if you not waste energy again for nothing as long as the servers are down.

Site is down, stratum seems OK.

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December 15, 2016, 11:33:00 AM
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posting in this topic,because don't know where to post.i have 12 sol on 4690k instead of 20 with nicehash nheqminer.of course i set -t 4,and tried ver 0.2, 0.3, 0.4.what could be the reason?
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December 15, 2016, 11:53:42 AM
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1060 3gb with 50% tdp:

180sol/s@60Watt

Light oc (when running with the -ca parameter) (100% tdp)

225sol/s@100Watt

1060 3gb 66%tdp core clock 1731, memory clock 4484

225sol/s at ~85watt

thats for palit samsung memory
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December 15, 2016, 12:22:05 PM
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I have a big problem with my Gigabyte gtx750.
After some time mining and otherwise inactive computer the card shuts down the fan. The card drops the clock to 824mhz and heats up to 95degrees.
It doesnt happen with any other miner/algo or any other card. Is this somehow related to this miner? How to force P0 state? The integrated solution in nicehashminer doesnt work.
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December 15, 2016, 01:44:46 PM
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We purchased NVDIA graphic cards.

Shortly we will present review. I am courious how it works with current miner.

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December 16, 2016, 07:59:12 AM
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I know its not the place... but ...
How can I change launch parameters in "new" nicehash miner GUI?
I want to use 1 thread on my main desktop GPU
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December 16, 2016, 04:33:56 PM
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same setting, but i can't get that hash with that wattage, the maximum is 310 sol 100w, what is your core clock?

6x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW - Drivers 376.19

Core +140 (real core ~1860Mhz)
vCore +20%
Mem +685 (real core ~4482Mhz)
TDP 50% (~91w per card)




~320 Sols/card - Total 1927 sols/s with 2 process of EQM (3 cards each) i know you can do 2 threads per cards now, but i found it to be less stable in my experiments (had some crashes, and get 3% less sols/s overall)

~695W @ wall - 1 sol/s per 0.36066W

Very efficient for now ;-), will play a bit more with OC/vCore over the week-end, this configuration being rock stable for 2 days, 0 rejected shares. Would like to see if some settings or code optimizations could max out the GPU's they're not fully maxed (about 96% load in nvidia-smi), i used the usual variables to max out cards, but it's not 100%.

Cheers.

Revision on my post, now i'm able to work with only 1 process and 2 threads by GPU's with the "-ca -ca" switches (the -cd 0 0 1 1 etc... wasn't working crashing), now pushing 50-60 more sol/s (1927 -> 1980-90) than with 2 process 1 threads per card, seems to also have reduced the few reject/stales i could have sometimes (very little about 0.2%, now looking more like 0.1%) stable since ~24h  Grin

Still wondering what those "Solver Interrupted" messages are, probably part of the solving process to avoid collisions or something, would love to get some infos Wink

Cheers.

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December 16, 2016, 05:27:11 PM
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yeah the two instances trick is fabulous, i'm also at 330 sol with 100 watt, but my mem oc is msaller only 400+ up to 600 i didn't see any big difference, i guess i need to go above 600

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December 16, 2016, 06:56:15 PM
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I know its not the place... but ...
How can I change launch parameters in "new" nicehash miner GUI?
I want to use 1 thread on my main desktop GPU

https://github.com/nicehash/NiceHashMiner/wiki/Algorithm-ExtraLaunchParameters

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December 16, 2016, 07:51:58 PM
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Damn! Went from total ~450 Sols/s on previous version to ~650 Sols/s on 2x Asus STRIX-GTX980Ti. Stock memory settings.

Edit: ... and running two threads provides a 6% boost (~40 sols/s). I can't get my GPU memory clock to OC in the Asus GPU tweak - any suggestions? I change the value, hit accept, and it changes back to the default value.
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