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January 08, 2017, 05:15:36 PM
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Hi, I'm having a weird issue with my memory clock while using this miner.
I have a GTX 970 G1 gaming and when i use this miner, the memory clock gets stuck to 3004Mhz in Afterburner (P2 State) and stays there, but when i quit the miner it goes up to 3500Mhz where its supposed to be.

Overclocking does nothing, i can't even underclock when running the miner(i don't use other miners). Also while gaming or running benchmarks it works fine and goes to P0 state instantly like its supposed to.
What could be causing this? Tomorrow i'll try and install Windows 10 fresh onto a partition to see if that helps.

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January 08, 2017, 05:21:14 PM
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I would be interested to hear what the latest version give for 1060 users on the 3GB and 6GB version @ different TDPs. This card price could make things really interesting for zcash at least Smiley

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My gtx 1070 EWBF 0.1.0b :

Power Limit : 50%
GPU clock: +150
MEM clock: +550

385 sol for 95 watt ( price 420 € in my country )

Nvidia much better than Amd

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You should try 60% TDP and 150/600, it's the sweet spot for profitability (earn me 5% more than @50% tdp)

This depends entirely on the card and how they rate their TDPs. A TDP for one make and model isn't the same for another. You wont get the same results unless it's exactly the same make and model, even then they have different voltages so it's not guaranteed.

You are absolutely correct. I have different models from the same manufacturer and differences in consumption is soaring. EVGA FTW ACX 3.0 1070 GTX consumes 50 W more than EVGA ACX 3.0 SC 1070 GTX on the same power limit (I do not remember exactly whether the 100% or 112% power and I think was measured for Lbry, but I'm not sure to I remember well). I measured with an instrument "energy meter" in the socket in the wall.
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January 08, 2017, 05:28:46 PM
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500 H/s from single graphic card hitted!

Looking for that for a while.

Anyway Claymore has updated his miner, up to 6-8%. In fact it's time to update EWBF.
Our cards are  already faster than AMD at less power, but I'll always take more speed
- improved speed for most cards, up to 8% (depends on card model). About 340H/s on stock 390X, 255H/s on stock RX480, 320H/Fury x on stock Nano.

seems that the 1060 is the new king here, $200 for 300 sol at 70watt, not even the 1070 is better

I do 400 @ 92w but the price is half, so yeah pretty much what you say, king Smiley

not sure anymore, it seems only the 6gb can do 300 sol, reports from users are not very clear, it depend on the model i guess, and the wattage is unknown

but the 6GB don't cost half of a 1070, more like 1/3 less

Yeah it depend on the model, if i take the EVGA roughtly the price is 199€ for 1060 3GB - 250€ for 1060 6GB - 499€ for 1070 but that's the price we have here gonna be different for everyone of course.

I'll have a closer look @ this, for faster ROI 1060 could be interesting, but overall the 1070 is still the best when you think longevity i think Smiley

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January 08, 2017, 06:24:28 PM
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500 H/s from single graphic card hitted!

Looking for that for a while.

Anyway Claymore has updated his miner, up to 6-8%. In fact it's time to update EWBF.
Our cards are  already faster than AMD at less power, but I'll always take more speed
- improved speed for most cards, up to 8% (depends on card model). About 340H/s on stock 390X, 255H/s on stock RX480, 320H/Fury x on stock Nano.

seems that the 1060 is the new king here, $200 for 300 sol at 70watt, not even the 1070 is better

I do 400 @ 92w but the price is half, so yeah pretty much what you say, king Smiley

not sure anymore, it seems only the 6gb can do 300 sol, reports from users are not very clear, it depend on the model i guess, and the wattage is unknown

but the 6GB don't cost half of a 1070, more like 1/3 less

Yeah it depend on the model, if i take the EVGA roughtly the price is 199€ for 1060 3GB - 250€ for 1060 6GB - 499€ for 1070 but that's the price we have here gonna be different for everyone of course.

I'll have a closer look @ this, for faster ROI 1060 could be interesting, but overall the 1070 is still the best when you think longevity i think Smiley

at 499 definitely it's still better to go with the 6gb version of the 1060, but i have the 1070 at 420 euro here
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January 08, 2017, 06:58:30 PM
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500 H/s from single graphic card hitted!

Looking for that for a while.

Anyway Claymore has updated his miner, up to 6-8%. In fact it's time to update EWBF.
Our cards are  already faster than AMD at less power, but I'll always take more speed
- improved speed for most cards, up to 8% (depends on card model). About 340H/s on stock 390X, 255H/s on stock RX480, 320H/Fury x on stock Nano.

seems that the 1060 is the new king here, $200 for 300 sol at 70watt, not even the 1070 is better

I do 400 @ 92w but the price is half, so yeah pretty much what you say, king Smiley

not sure anymore, it seems only the 6gb can do 300 sol, reports from users are not very clear, it depend on the model i guess, and the wattage is unknown

but the 6GB don't cost half of a 1070, more like 1/3 less

Yeah it depend on the model, if i take the EVGA roughtly the price is 199€ for 1060 3GB - 250€ for 1060 6GB - 499€ for 1070 but that's the price we have here gonna be different for everyone of course.

I'll have a closer look @ this, for faster ROI 1060 could be interesting, but overall the 1070 is still the best when you think longevity i think Smiley

at 499 definitely it's still better to go with the 6gb version of the 1060, but i have the 1070 at 420 euro here

the ftw 1070 ? yeah that's about the price i got them a few months ago, i sooooo should have bought more only for resale lol, especially because they were bundled with 2 games too, that i sold for 50€ per card Smiley made them very cheap !'

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January 08, 2017, 07:47:28 PM
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Has anyone experienced Micron memory failure to mine?
I have a single 1070 that doesn't mine when in stock values, have to lower gpu/mem to make it mine. I have installed latest MSI Armor OC 8GB vbios fix but still no luck...

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January 08, 2017, 07:51:31 PM
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Has anyone experienced Micron memory failure to mine?
I have a single 1070 that doesn't mine when in stock values, have to lower gpu/mem to make it mine. I have installed latest MSI Armor OC 8GB vbios fix but still no luck...

Sadly the MSI armor serie has a very bad reputation saw alot of post of people complaining about performance Sad

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January 08, 2017, 07:56:29 PM
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hey guys , i can tell you that over 500 sol on a gtx 1070 Zotac mini i have reached yesterday, i think i saw yesterday on my card 525 sol by core clock 195 and and memory at 602. on full Power mode 112 % no problem you can reach 500 sol easy :-)
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January 08, 2017, 08:11:54 PM
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hey guys , i can tell you that over 500 sol on a gtx 1070 Zotac mini i have reached yesterday, i think i saw yesterday on my card 525 sol by core clock 195 and and memory at 602. on full Power mode 112 % no problem you can reach 500 sol easy :-)

consumption is probably 180watt with that oc, not worth it
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January 08, 2017, 08:16:13 PM
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hey guys , i can tell you that over 500 sol on a gtx 1070 Zotac mini i have reached yesterday, i think i saw yesterday on my card 525 sol by core clock 195 and and memory at 602. on full Power mode 112 % no problem you can reach 500 sol easy :-)

consumption is probably 180watt with that oc, not worth it

Even then I dont think its possible for gtx 1070. I have three brands of 1070s and none of them can go beyond 470.
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January 08, 2017, 08:43:53 PM
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305 sol/s with gtx 970 Shocked. At least for gtx 970 ewbf 0.1.0b miner is faster than eqm 1.0.4c.
at what target power level?.

GTX 970, specially if you have the G1 Gaming version is an overclocking beast, but at top power you will need a nuclear reactor to feed it hehe   Grin Grin
110%, I have cheap electricity so I'm just trying to get as much sol/s as possible.
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January 08, 2017, 08:58:58 PM
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hey guys , i can tell you that over 500 sol on a gtx 1070 Zotac mini i have reached yesterday, i think i saw yesterday on my card 525 sol by core clock 195 and and memory at 602. on full Power mode 112 % no problem you can reach 500 sol easy :-)

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January 08, 2017, 10:25:40 PM
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Edit: RESOLVED - will be linked into the next release of MultiPoolMiner Smiley

There appears to be a really odd bug with the miner.

A few of us are trying to capture the output of the miner to read the hashrate. It works fine when connecting to coinmine but when connecting to miningpoolhub we cannot capture the screen.

I'm completely baffled as to why we can't capture the screen output when connecting to miningpoolhub.

Please can you look into the issue as this cannot be linked into MultiPoolMiner for MiningPoolHub if we cannot capture the hashrate.

This is the PowerShell script to capture the output (copy and paste it into PowerShell to test it yourself):
Code:
Start-Transcript "C:\EWBF\test.txt"
$pinfo = New-Object System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo
$pinfo.FileName = "C:\EWBF\miner.exe"
$pinfo.Arguments = "--server us-east.equihash-hub.miningpoolhub.com --user lyolyalya.1 --pass x --port 17023"
$pinfo.UseShellExecute = $false
$pinfo.CreateNoWindow = $true
$pinfo.RedirectStandardOutput = $true
$pinfo.RedirectStandardError = $true
$pinfo.WorkingDirectory = "C:\EWBF"

$process = New-Object System.Diagnostics.Process
$process.StartInfo = $pinfo
$process.Start() | Out-Null
for($i=0;$i -lt 1000;$i++)
{
    $i
    $process.StandardOutput.ReadLine()
}
$process.Kill() | Out-Null
Stop-Transcript

If you change the arguments to coinmine then it works:
Code:
$pinfo.Arguments = "--zec.coinmine.pl --user lyolyalya.1 --pass 111 --port 7007"

We checked miningpoolhub and hashes are being received even though there is no output.

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January 08, 2017, 10:38:39 PM
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There appears to be a really odd bug with the miner.

A few of us trying to capture the output of the miner to read the hashrate. It works fine when connecting to coinmine but when connecting to miningpoolhub we cannot capture the screen.

We checked miningpoolhub and hashes are being received even though there is no output.

--boff worked on linux, not sure if windows is the same, probably not, but it's easy to test  Grin

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January 09, 2017, 03:41:24 AM
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500 H/s from single graphic card hitted!

Looking for that for a while.

Anyway Claymore has updated his miner, up to 6-8%. In fact it's time to update EWBF.
Our cards are  already faster than AMD at less power, but I'll always take more speed
- improved speed for most cards, up to 8% (depends on card model). About 340H/s on stock 390X, 255H/s on stock RX480, 320H/Fury x on stock Nano.

seems that the 1060 is the new king here, $200 for 300 sol at 70watt, not even the 1070 is better

I do 400 @ 92w but the price is half, so yeah pretty much what you say, king Smiley

not sure anymore, it seems only the 6gb can do 300 sol, reports from users are not very clear, it depend on the model i guess, and the wattage is unknown

but the 6GB don't cost half of a 1070, more like 1/3 less

Maybe I can clear it up a little (too bad i didn't film it when i did the tests yesterday)
Rig used: AM1M-S2H with APU 5350, PSU sentey 80 Plus (superflower desing) 850W, bronce-gold efficiency, no HDD (flashdrive) linux 1404

Power: 18W
with card Gigabyte GTX 1060 (6GB) G1 Gaming Version 1 (and no, it does not whine at all hehe), At 80W TPL,  runing EWBF 010b, 98% utilization
Power: 105W  (so 105 - 18 = 87W)

measured at the wall with two meters, a direct type (industrial panel meter trueRMS, that gets W, VA, A, V) and with a top of the line appa trueRMS  clamp meter same measure exactly).

the card is extremely efficient, i think it's better in terms of efficiency compared to GTX 1070 but, at least here in my country, the price doesn't make sense.

Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1 Gaming costs here: 675 US Dollars
Gigabyte GTX 1060 G1 Gaming (6GB version) costs here: 506 US dollars

so, because of the price here 1070 is better, but looking at international prices, it would be better 1060 i think.

i can do tests with same rig with 1070's and 970s if anyone's interested on that data.
i have those test equipments because it's what i do for a living (power electronics)  Grin
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January 09, 2017, 03:54:27 AM
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if the 1060 does 300 sol at 87 watt it's not better than a 1070 that can reach 400 sol at 100watt

if it was the 3GB version that i would say it is better because of the price but the 6gb is expensive

My 1070's does 365 Sol/s at 90W (no OC) so yes, you probably right about it, 1070 is still better  Grin

I don't have a 3GB version to test, but i will never buy one anyway, because in a year from now it would be very difficult to sell, because nobody will want a 3GB card anymore, even the GTX 970 G1 Gaming which is a fantastic gpu, is difficult to sell well nowadays because of the memory.

if i can get my hands on one i will do the tests and report.

this is my exact reason why i ignored the 3gb version, for resale value

also it's on the way the new pascal refresh, 2070 and 2080 model they are faster than current one but same price, another reason not to have a dead card that cannot be resold
If they release those two GPU's with GDDR5X it will suffer the same issues as the 1080, assuming they haven't figured out the latency issue.
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if the 1060 does 300 sol at 87 watt it's not better than a 1070 that can reach 400 sol at 100watt

if it was the 3GB version that i would say it is better because of the price but the 6gb is expensive

My 1070's does 365 Sol/s at 90W (no OC) so yes, you probably right about it, 1070 is still better  Grin

I don't have a 3GB version to test, but i will never buy one anyway, because in a year from now it would be very difficult to sell, because nobody will want a 3GB card anymore, even the GTX 970 G1 Gaming which is a fantastic gpu, is difficult to sell well nowadays because of the memory.

if i can get my hands on one i will do the tests and report.

this is my exact reason why i ignored the 3gb version, for resale value

also it's on the way the new pascal refresh, 2070 and 2080 model they are faster than current one but same price, another reason not to have a dead card that cannot be resold
If they release those two GPU's with GDDR5X it will suffer the same issues as the 1080, assuming they haven't figured out the latency issue.

the current hashrate of a 1080 is better than the 1070, there is no issue with zcash but with dagger for what i understood
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There appears to be a really odd bug with the miner.

A few of us trying to capture the output of the miner to read the hashrate. It works fine when connecting to coinmine but when connecting to miningpoolhub we cannot capture the screen.

We checked miningpoolhub and hashes are being received even though there is no output.

--boff worked on linux, not sure if windows is the same, probably not, but it's easy to test  Grin

Thanks. We're using Windows.

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if the 1060 does 300 sol at 87 watt it's not better than a 1070 that can reach 400 sol at 100watt

if it was the 3GB version that i would say it is better because of the price but the 6gb is expensive

My 1070's does 365 Sol/s at 90W (no OC) so yes, you probably right about it, 1070 is still better  Grin

I don't have a 3GB version to test, but i will never buy one anyway, because in a year from now it would be very difficult to sell, because nobody will want a 3GB card anymore, even the GTX 970 G1 Gaming which is a fantastic gpu, is difficult to sell well nowadays because of the memory.

if i can get my hands on one i will do the tests and report.

this is my exact reason why i ignored the 3gb version, for resale value

also it's on the way the new pascal refresh, 2070 and 2080 model they are faster than current one but same price, another reason not to have a dead card that cannot be resold
If they release those two GPU's with GDDR5X it will suffer the same issues as the 1080, assuming they haven't figured out the latency issue.

the current hashrate of a 1080 is better than the 1070, there is no issue with zcash but with dagger for what i understood
GTX 1080      2560   20   530 sol/s   26.5
GTX 1070      1920   15   430 sol/s   28 2/3
GTX 1060      1280   10   300 sol/s   30
GTX 1060 3GB   1152    9   273 sol/s   30 1/3
I was thinking more of how it compares with per compute core performance.
and the largest jumps are between the GTX 1060 and 1070.  If I had numbers it would also be between the GTX 1060 3GB and GTX 1050 Ti even if I gave the GTX 1050 Ti the 10% increase it should be around 156 sol's and the GTX 1050 would be around 138
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if the 1060 does 300 sol at 87 watt it's not better than a 1070 that can reach 400 sol at 100watt

if it was the 3GB version that i would say it is better because of the price but the 6gb is expensive

My 1070's does 365 Sol/s at 90W (no OC) so yes, you probably right about it, 1070 is still better  Grin

I don't have a 3GB version to test, but i will never buy one anyway, because in a year from now it would be very difficult to sell, because nobody will want a 3GB card anymore, even the GTX 970 G1 Gaming which is a fantastic gpu, is difficult to sell well nowadays because of the memory.

if i can get my hands on one i will do the tests and report.

this is my exact reason why i ignored the 3gb version, for resale value

also it's on the way the new pascal refresh, 2070 and 2080 model they are faster than current one but same price, another reason not to have a dead card that cannot be resold
If they release those two GPU's with GDDR5X it will suffer the same issues as the 1080, assuming they haven't figured out the latency issue.

the current hashrate of a 1080 is better than the 1070, there is no issue with zcash but with dagger for what i understood
GTX 1080      2560   20   530 sol/s   26.5
GTX 1070      1920   15   430 sol/s   28 2/3
GTX 1060      1280   10   300 sol/s   30
GTX 1060 3GB   1152    9   273 sol/s   30 1/3
I was thinking more of how it compares with per compute core performance.
and the largest jumps are between the GTX 1060 and 1070.  If I had numbers it would also be between the GTX 1060 3GB and GTX 1050 Ti even if I gave the GTX 1050 Ti the 10% increase it should be around 156 sol's and the GTX 1050 would be around 138



core clock should be considered it will be much higher
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