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Author Topic: NiceHash EQM Zcash NVIDIA optimized miner [Maxwell/Pascal] + CPU mining v1.0.4c  (Read 114569 times)
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December 23, 2016, 01:23:47 AM
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Here is what you will get soon (tomorrow?):

Stock GTX 1070 = 360 Sol/s @ 150 W
OC GTX 1070 (clock @ 2050, mem @ 4500) = 410 Sol/s @ 170 W
Efficient GTX 1070 (TDP 50%, mem @ 4500) = 330 Sol/s @ 95 W


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December 23, 2016, 04:50:18 AM
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Here is what you will get soon (tomorrow?):

Stock GTX 1070 = 360 Sol/s @ 150 W
OC GTX 1070 (clock @ 2050, mem @ 4500) = 410 Sol/s @ 170 W
Efficient GTX 1070 (TDP 50%, mem @ 4500) = 330 Sol/s @ 95 W


Can you give some beta release before the price go down again ?
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December 23, 2016, 06:23:48 AM
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Here is what you will get soon (tomorrow?):

Stock GTX 1070 = 360 Sol/s @ 150 W
OC GTX 1070 (clock @ 2050, mem @ 4500) = 410 Sol/s @ 170 W
Efficient GTX 1070 (TDP 50%, mem @ 4500) = 330 Sol/s @ 95 W


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December 23, 2016, 06:30:36 AM
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Do you believe you can push it even more? Smiley Maybe over 400 sols for the 1070?

Yep, latest version in development does more than 400 on overclocked 1070 with almost same power usage. But still trying some tricks before we do any release.

So like +15%? Slow and steady winning the race...

Would it be possible to increase hashrate if power usage wasn't a factor or is low power usage compared to other algos just part of equihash? Efficiency is always a thing, but some of us have lower power costs then others and I'd rather have a 1070 running at full TDP then be more efficient and produce less hash.

Perhaps a low power and high power mode for the miner?

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December 23, 2016, 06:47:29 AM
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My 1070 won't exceed 73% power so I get 333 sols/s
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December 23, 2016, 07:01:15 AM
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Here is what you will get soon (tomorrow?):

Stock GTX 1070 = 360 Sol/s @ 150 W
OC GTX 1070 (clock @ 2050, mem @ 4500) = 410 Sol/s @ 170 W
Efficient GTX 1070 (TDP 50%, mem @ 4500) = 330 Sol/s @ 95 W


i think you can tweak it with the PL to have better consumptionm because 360 150watt is far worse than the currently 320 sol 100 watt

can you try reducing the power limit?

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December 23, 2016, 09:14:40 AM
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I cant wait!!!
is it done yet? is it there yet?  Cheesy

when?Huh?
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December 23, 2016, 11:29:05 AM
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Not sure if this is going to get answered, but will Nicehash continue to work on the miner regardless of competition? I assume these updates are in spite of competitors such as EWBF, who offers very similar hashrate only it's not pool locked and has a 2% fee.

I still think Nicehash should release their miner with either a 2% fee or has to be used on their pool.

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December 23, 2016, 01:45:24 PM
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Not sure if this is going to get answered, but will Nicehash continue to work on the miner regardless of competition? I assume these updates are in spite of competitors such as EWBF, who offers very similar hashrate only it's not pool locked and has a 2% fee.

I still think Nicehash should release their miner with either a 2% fee or has to be used on their pool.

There already is a fee on Nicehash. Whenever you withdraw (well, its automatic anyway) they get a fee which is greater than the transaction fee and 2% combined.
For example, last payment for me was about 0.013 btc with a fee of about 40k sat.
I can justify 10k sat for transaction but the rest of it is mining fee pure and simple.
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December 23, 2016, 01:46:16 PM
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Not sure if this is going to get answered, but will Nicehash continue to work on the miner regardless of competition? I assume these updates are in spite of competitors such as EWBF, who offers very similar hashrate only it's not pool locked and has a 2% fee.

I still think Nicehash should release their miner with either a 2% fee or has to be used on their pool.

They probably earn alot more that the 3% fee they bill you, with all thoses alt/btc coin they can use on the market since the payout are pretty far apart for non-pro miners. So i highly doubt they would ever release this miner without it being locked Smiley

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December 23, 2016, 10:55:54 PM
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Stock 1070 will not be able to reach 400, but we have some good news for 1080 owners: Stock 1080 speeds are over 400.
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December 23, 2016, 10:57:59 PM
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Stock 1070 will not be able to reach 400, but we have some good news for 1080 owners: Stock 1080 speeds are over 400.

Good to know we were right. Good I restocked my GTX1080 farm with plenty new cards for cheap..let me fire them.

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 23, 2016, 11:12:23 PM
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Also looks like we will have a new efficiency champ - GTX 1080; with overclocked memory and TDP set to 50%, it produces 410 Sols and consumes around 110 W.
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December 23, 2016, 11:30:34 PM
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Also looks like we will have a new efficiency champ - GTX 1080; with overclocked memory and TDP set to 50%, it produces 410 Sols and consumes around 110 W.
Well, not a champ if the price is considered though. New 1070s regularly sell for less than $400, and new 1080s are $550+. That's like 35%+ difference. And what's the difference in hashrate between them? With 1.0.3 I'm getting 325 sol at 100W from my 1070s (and could do a bit better with fine tweaking, just don't want to bother) @ ~1900/4250. Even if the new EQM miner brings it only up to 350 sol, the difference between 1070 and 1080 is 350 vs 410 or ~ 17% more hashrate from 35% more expensive card. It's great that 1080 is faster now, but still not fast enough considering its price.
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December 23, 2016, 11:54:49 PM
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Why always complain instead of being thankful and enjoy..i so much hate this negative tone.
You are even worse than Germans complaining.

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Yes I mean you bensam and you fellow fake accounts.
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December 24, 2016, 12:00:10 AM
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Stock 1070 will not be able to reach 400, but we have some good news for 1080 owners: Stock 1080 speeds are over 400.

Good to know we were right. Good I restocked my GTX1080 farm with plenty new cards for cheap..let me fire them.
So Titan X Pascal should do over 500? Currently it does 430...
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December 24, 2016, 12:02:14 AM
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Stock 1070 will not be able to reach 400, but we have some good news for 1080 owners: Stock 1080 speeds are over 400.

Good to know we were right. Good I restocked my GTX1080 farm with plenty new cards for cheap..let me fire them.
So Titan X Pascal should do over 500? Currently it does 430...

Perhaps, very near, don't have one to test.
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December 24, 2016, 12:04:07 AM
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Stock 1070 will not be able to reach 400, but we have some good news for 1080 owners: Stock 1080 speeds are over 400.

Good to know we were right. Good I restocked my GTX1080 farm with plenty new cards for cheap..let me fire them.
So Titan X Pascal should do over 500? Currently it does 430...

Perhaps, very near, don't have one to test.
I have 2 currently Smiley Waiting for the release Smiley
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December 24, 2016, 12:08:22 AM
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Why always complain instead of being thankful and enjoy..i so much hate this negative tone.
You are even worse than Germans complaining.
It's just math, not complaining. I don't see any "negative tone" in my post, and your racist bit isn't even worth addressing. And there's nothing to be thankful about, it's not like they release their stuff open source: they run a business with hefty fees, and releasing updated miner software is their way to keep miners connected to Nicehash. If there'd be no competition (EWBF etc) there'd be no updates. They're pretty much the only ones that profit from these updated miners. As soon as it's released and others start using new versions, global hashrate = difficulty goes up and total earnings for miners go down or stay the same at best.
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December 24, 2016, 12:15:14 AM
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There are maybe 10-20% of NVIDIA miners. What you are competing is basically AMD and Claymore. With no CUDA competition, we would be still pushing updates to this miner.
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