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Author Topic: NiceHash EQM Zcash NVIDIA optimized miner [Maxwell/Pascal] + CPU mining v1.0.4c  (Read 201678 times)
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November 13, 2016, 07:29:30 PM
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Well depends on the view..90sol/s on a GTX1070 is fast no question.

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November 13, 2016, 07:57:04 PM
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Well depends on the view..90sol/s on a GTX1070 is fast no question.

And it seems to change from day to day.
The competition is great, I've never seen so many publicly available miners for a new algo.

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November 13, 2016, 10:18:03 PM
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Yes , but my 100$280х is making 110sol/s and my 450$1070 only 90sol! This is crap!
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November 13, 2016, 11:37:37 PM
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Yes , but my 100$280х is making 110sol/s and my 450$1070 only 90sol! This is crap!
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November 13, 2016, 11:39:11 PM
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There are very few mining algorytmns where NVidia is competative with AMD - and the one ZCash uses isn't one of them, except perhaps on a hash/watt basis (like ETH/ETC).

 I have a bunch of 1070-based rigs but they're not intended long-term for ZEC or ETH mining, they're just doing it right now to help pay for their cost to build as those coins are a bit more profitable RIGHT NOW than what I built the rigs for.

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November 14, 2016, 01:12:49 AM
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There are very few mining algorytmns where NVidia is competative with AMD - and the one ZCash uses isn't one of them, except perhaps on a hahs/watt basis (like ETH/ETC).

 I have a bunch of 1070-based rigs but they're not intended long-term for ZEC or ETH mining, they're just doing it right now to help pay for their cost to build. 8-)



That said, there are a few algorithms where nvidia is the clear performer.  Neoscrypt and Decred's algo comes to mind...

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November 14, 2016, 02:44:07 AM
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I've had my laptop mining equihash via both nicehash gui miner and the command line GPU specific Nicehash compiled/released miners. Kept pretty much up to date with the updates down to the day.

My Acer VN7-572G is equipped with a GTX950M and an i7-6500U. On the better days mining with -t6 / -cd 0 - and often experimenting with values ranging up/down ~ cb 16 / -cd 112 I maintain about 36-41 Sol/s.

Not making any worthwhile profit currently, but leaving it on in conjunction with my dual GPU + i5 desktop rig overnight I usually wake up to find despite the fluctuation, shortening life of my cards and power costs I'm still better off just to keep it going.

I run a GTX 960 OC-II / i5 in my desktop rig and I notice the combination of the lappy's i7 + 950m comes in at only 3-4 Sol/s less, on average, over 8-10 hours. Yet, the 960 does it's job with much more ease. (I usually keep my RX480 off the books unless on a final payout run and need to get some OC'd U/V'd daggerhash shares done.

All in all, thanks for the recent ZEC developments, I've stuck with Nicehash since I first discovered it and will continue to. Perfect for hobbyists like myself, or those of the mid-range who just want a reliable, beautifully orchestrated network for multi-mining. Thanks!
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November 14, 2016, 02:51:49 AM
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Made a cuda port of SA5. If anyone need.

https://github.com/krnlx/nheqminer

thanks but it doesn't start any kernel on the devices.
no ram usage, nothing.
ubuntu 16.04, cuda 8.
do I need cuda 7.5?

No, cuda 8, 1070 and exactly same options on start as in readme
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November 14, 2016, 08:25:59 AM
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Yes , but my 100$280х is making 110sol/s and my 450$1070 only 90sol! This is crap!

600EUR 1080 making 60sol/s  - Disaster!
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November 15, 2016, 04:47:34 AM
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I run a GTX 960 OC-II / i5 in my desktop rig and I notice the combination of the lappy's i7 + 950m comes in at only 3-4 Sol/s less, on average, over 8-10 hours. Yet, the 960 does it's job with much more ease. (I usually keep my RX480 off the books unless on a final payout run and need to get some OC'd U/V'd daggerhash shares done.


 GTX 950 vs GTX 960 (on actual cards) show almost identical hashrates for ZEC and ETH - it's the memory system that's the limit, and they both have the same memory system.

 There is stuff the 960 is noticeably better on vs. the 950, but ZEC and ETH were specifically designed as "ASIC resistant" through heavy usage of large amounts of memory on the GPU itself.

 The really sad part - my (last year purchase) $200 R9 290s despite being about 3 generations older and a LOT lower clocks do better ETH hashrate than my $400 GTX 1070s, and by report a LOT better ZEC sol/s.

 There's a serious advantage sometimes to a wider memory bus.
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November 16, 2016, 07:54:46 AM
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managed to get locked mem pages working
Not a big deal, 4 threads run as fast as 5 threads without locked pages Smiley
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November 16, 2016, 04:54:15 PM
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What is wrong with your eth miner , I am doing 180mh , but the miner goes to 180 and then down to 120-140 most of the time, using claymore miner i don't have this issue! What is going on?
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November 17, 2016, 10:01:15 AM
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Thanks for this.

Where can i look at how i'm mining and at what intervals will the payment to my btc happen?

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November 17, 2016, 10:31:16 AM
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New version: EQM v1.0.1a

Only adjusted for Pascal cards so far. Report your Maxwell speeds.

GTX 1070: ~125 Sol/s @ 110 W
GTX 1060 6GB: ~85 Sol/s @ 80 W

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November 17, 2016, 10:57:37 AM
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New version: EQM v1.0.1a

Only adjusted for Pascal cards so far. Report your Maxwell speeds.

GTX 1070: ~125 Sol/s @ 110 W
GTX 1060 6GB: ~85 Sol/s @ 80 W
palit gtx1070 oc @ 117W 134sol/s
palit gtx750 1gb oc 34sol/s
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November 17, 2016, 12:08:08 PM
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New version: EQM v1.0.1a

Only adjusted for Pascal cards so far. Report your Maxwell speeds.

GTX 1070: ~125 Sol/s @ 110 W
GTX 1060 6GB: ~85 Sol/s @ 80 W


Again closed source  Shocked Shocked Shocked

Open source cuda port and latest SA5 (with eXtremal updates) can achieve these speeds.

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Total 723.6 sol/s [dev0 122.7, dev1 118.7, dev2 121.2, dev3 122.7, dev4 122.5, dev5 121.8] 99 shares
Total 724.2 sol/s [dev0 121.5, dev1 120.9, dev2 124.3, dev3 124.4, dev4 122.3, dev5 123.9] 99 shares
Total 722.6 sol/s [dev0 121.2, dev1 121.1, dev2 123.6, dev3 122.7, dev4 123.2, dev5 122.5] 100 shares
Total 723.0 sol/s [dev0 123.6, dev1 121.1, dev2 124.4, dev3 123.1, dev4 120.7, dev5 122.5] 102 shares
Total 723.7 sol/s [dev0 123.2, dev1 121.0, dev2 122.6, dev3 124.7, dev4 120.1, dev5 121.7] 102 shares
Total 725.0 sol/s [dev0 122.9, dev1 122.2, dev2 124.6, dev3 125.1, dev4 120.6, dev5 123.0] 104 shares
Total 724.6 sol/s [dev0 122.2, dev1 121.7, dev2 123.0, dev3 122.2, dev4 123.2, dev5 123.8] 105 shares
Total 722.7 sol/s [dev0 120.4, dev1 123.0, dev2 123.1, dev3 124.8, dev4 121.8, dev5 122.8] 106 shares
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November 17, 2016, 12:28:03 PM
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New version: EQM v1.0.1a

Only adjusted for Pascal cards so far. Report your Maxwell speeds.

GTX 1070: ~125 Sol/s @ 110 W
GTX 1060 6GB: ~85 Sol/s @ 80 W


Again closed source  Shocked Shocked Shocked

Open source cuda port and latest SA5 (with eXtremal updates) can achieve these speeds.

but how can you run that in windows?
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November 17, 2016, 12:34:23 PM
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New version: EQM v1.0.1a

Only adjusted for Pascal cards so far. Report your Maxwell speeds.

GTX 1070: ~125 Sol/s @ 110 W
GTX 1060 6GB: ~85 Sol/s @ 80 W


Again closed source  Shocked Shocked Shocked

Open source cuda port and latest SA5 (with eXtremal updates) can achieve these speeds.

Code:
Total 723.6 sol/s [dev0 122.7, dev1 118.7, dev2 121.2, dev3 122.7, dev4 122.5, dev5 121.8] 99 shares
Total 724.2 sol/s [dev0 121.5, dev1 120.9, dev2 124.3, dev3 124.4, dev4 122.3, dev5 123.9] 99 shares
Total 722.6 sol/s [dev0 121.2, dev1 121.1, dev2 123.6, dev3 122.7, dev4 123.2, dev5 122.5] 100 shares
Total 723.0 sol/s [dev0 123.6, dev1 121.1, dev2 124.4, dev3 123.1, dev4 120.7, dev5 122.5] 102 shares
Total 723.7 sol/s [dev0 123.2, dev1 121.0, dev2 122.6, dev3 124.7, dev4 120.1, dev5 121.7] 102 shares
Total 725.0 sol/s [dev0 122.9, dev1 122.2, dev2 124.6, dev3 125.1, dev4 120.6, dev5 123.0] 104 shares
Total 724.6 sol/s [dev0 122.2, dev1 121.7, dev2 123.0, dev3 122.2, dev4 123.2, dev5 123.8] 105 shares
Total 722.7 sol/s [dev0 120.4, dev1 123.0, dev2 123.1, dev3 124.8, dev4 121.8, dev5 122.8] 106 shares

with your code i'm not getting that hash but more like 105 sol for a 1070, what are your gpu setting?

New version: EQM v1.0.1a

Only adjusted for Pascal cards so far. Report your Maxwell speeds.

GTX 1070: ~125 Sol/s @ 110 W
GTX 1060 6GB: ~85 Sol/s @ 80 W


Again closed source  Shocked Shocked Shocked

Open source cuda port and latest SA5 (with eXtremal updates) can achieve these speeds.

but how can you run that in windows?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=826901.msg16903714#msg16903714
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November 17, 2016, 12:45:59 PM
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New version: EQM v1.0.1b

Added ability to set multiple threads/instances per device.

Example:
Code:
eqm -cd 0 0

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November 17, 2016, 12:46:20 PM
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New version: EQM v1.0.1a

Only adjusted for Pascal cards so far. Report your Maxwell speeds.

GTX 1070: ~125 Sol/s @ 110 W
GTX 1060 6GB: ~85 Sol/s @ 80 W


GTX 980 Ti: ~125 Sol/s
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