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March 24, 2017, 03:26:28 AM
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EVGA 1070 FTW

Miner version 0.3.3b

112% Power Target
+150 on Core
+500 on Memory
Fan Speed 100%
Temps 49-52

About 90W of power being used

Speed 490-520 Sol/s Average about 500 Sol/s

(Will post the actual Average and how much zcash i got tomorrow after it has been running for a day.)

How's your power usage is so low?!! But you still manage to get 500 sol/s!!
In order to get 500 sol/s from my asus rog 1080 I cannot get my power below 155W!!


If the power % in afterburner means thats the wattage the card is using then IDK.

That is the percentage of the cards TDP being pulled

So take 90% of 180 if it's a GTX 1080 or 90% of 150 if it's a GTX 1070

the --pec command in the .bat file will make the miner report the wattage but I do not know how reliable that is. Based on my 1070's it seems like it is just taking the power reading from the OC software and any sensor and adding 20% for average 80+ PSU efficiency. I haven't seen anything in this thread explaining why the watt readings in the miner is more accurate

It's still a nice feature to get the Sol/W efficiency down at least. Saves trouble compared to calculating it myself
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March 24, 2017, 09:48:07 AM
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last windows defender update find Fuery.C!cl trojan in miner.exe. EWBF ver 0.3.2.
I downloaded from this page of course.. someone have same problem?

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March 24, 2017, 10:37:56 AM
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Version 0.3.3b.
Hello, tell me how I can get API data from EWBF 0.3.3 b? I'm writing an --api 127.0.0.1:42000, but when entering a browser to that address and get this error message: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE Angry

P.S. Also, sent TCP packet with {"id":1, "method":"getstat"}\n , but no answer.
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March 24, 2017, 01:48:32 PM
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I'm having a bit of trouble.  I recently added a 1050Ti to my 1070, and 90% of the time when I start mining, one or the other card is only operating at 60-70% of its power limit.  Tweaking in Afterburner doesn't do much, but totally reinstalling the drivers fixes the issue until I restart again.

Any thoughts?

Edit: Just dropped in the middle of mining:
http://i.imgur.com/R40nlb6.png
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March 24, 2017, 07:57:54 PM
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I'm having a bit of trouble.  I recently added a 1050Ti to my 1070, and 90% of the time when I start mining, one or the other card is only operating at 60-70% of its power limit.  Tweaking in Afterburner doesn't do much, but totally reinstalling the drivers fixes the issue until I restart again.

Any thoughts?

Edit: Just dropped in the middle of mining:


sounds like when you restart windows is updating your drivers...
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March 24, 2017, 08:02:44 PM
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hi just wondering. ad doing initial reserch but information is nowehere to be found

NVidia Tesla M2050 GPU 3GB DDR5 ive got one in my old graphics procesing unit, how many hash/s  can i get compared to curent radeon hd 7950?

im getting around 900 h/s mining on flypool having 5 of thoose cards.
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March 25, 2017, 01:21:37 PM
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I don't if this was mentioned here but with 1080 ti power limit ~ 75% = 155W i get 577 Sol/s which is effecincy of 3.65Sol/w ..i guess this is the best mining tool vs Watt consumption (at least for me).
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March 25, 2017, 01:48:08 PM
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I don't if this was mentioned here but with 1080 ti power limit ~ 75% = 155W i get 577 Sol/s which is effecincy of 3.65Sol/w ..i guess this is the best mining tool vs Watt consumption (at least for me).
Try 60% TDP. They say it will be 3.78 H/w
http://cryptomining-blog.com/8572-looking-for-the-efficiency-sweet-spot-of-gtx-1080-ti/
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March 25, 2017, 02:10:02 PM
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I don't if this was mentioned here but with 1080 ti power limit ~ 75% = 155W i get 577 Sol/s which is effecincy of 3.65Sol/w ..i guess this is the best mining tool vs Watt consumption (at least for me).
Try 60% TDP. They say it will be 3.78 H/w
http://cryptomining-blog.com/8572-looking-for-the-efficiency-sweet-spot-of-gtx-1080-ti/

4 H/W for 60% TDP with excavator (600 sol), but you need to downclock memory to -300.

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March 25, 2017, 05:45:31 PM
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Of note...Zotac 1060 6gb mini temp rises to 77-79C even with fan cooling.
Speed 285-290 H/s.
Another thing i noticed: don't use narrow risers with a non-molex non-SATA connector, forgot their name.
Those can only handle 36W, apparently, vs SATA 54W.
Strangely enough, they were OK on sapphire 470 OC, but I tried with Zotac for a minute and it was overheating (riser above 44C with a fan), even though Zotac has the same TDP as RX 470 OC (120W).

I also had a problem with a 1060 and (I am assuming you are talking about the same Electop risers).  Strange they were great for amd r9 300 series; but now I have removed them from all my rigs.  Pascal cards usually don't pull much power over from the mobo; I think they selectively do with certian mobos.  This riser fail happened with an ASRock H97 Anniversary.  I blame the mobo as well as the riser.



I use thin ribbon risers with most of my 1060 rigs.  I have a ton of Zotac 1060 6gb mini rigs; solid cards can handle OC of 150 cc, 600 mc with almost all cards.

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March 25, 2017, 05:55:04 PM
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I don't if this was mentioned here but with 1080 ti power limit ~ 75% = 155W i get 577 Sol/s which is effecincy of 3.65Sol/w ..i guess this is the best mining tool vs Watt consumption (at least for me).
palit superjetstream gtx1070: 480 sols @ 130 watt = ~3.7 sols/w
EWBF Cuda Zcash miner ))
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March 25, 2017, 06:02:32 PM
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Of note...Zotac 1060 6gb mini temp rises to 77-79C even with fan cooling.
Speed 285-290 H/s.
Another thing i noticed: don't use narrow risers with a non-molex non-SATA connector, forgot their name.
Those can only handle 36W, apparently, vs SATA 54W.
Strangely enough, they were OK on sapphire 470 OC, but I tried with Zotac for a minute and it was overheating (riser above 44C with a fan), even though Zotac has the same TDP as RX 470 OC (120W).

I also had a problem with a 1060 and (I am assuming you are talking about the same Electop risers).  Strange they were great for amd r9 300 series; but now I have removed them from all my rigs.  Pascal cards usually don't pull much power over from the mobo; I think they selectively do with certian mobos.  This riser fail happened with an ASRock H97 Anniversary.  I blame the mobo as well as the riser.



I use thin ribbon risers with most of my 1060 rigs.  I have a ton of Zotac 1060 6gb mini rigs; solid cards can handle OC of 150 cc, 600 mc with almost all cards.

Did it fry the Mobo aswell?
Were you using 1 or 2 PSU? If so, in wich configuration?

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Of note...Zotac 1060 6gb mini temp rises to 77-79C even with fan cooling.
Speed 285-290 H/s.
Another thing i noticed: don't use narrow risers with a non-molex non-SATA connector, forgot their name.
Those can only handle 36W, apparently, vs SATA 54W.
Strangely enough, they were OK on sapphire 470 OC, but I tried with Zotac for a minute and it was overheating (riser above 44C with a fan), even though Zotac has the same TDP as RX 470 OC (120W).

I also had a problem with a 1060 and (I am assuming you are talking about the same Electop risers).  Strange they were great for amd r9 300 series; but now I have removed them from all my rigs.  Pascal cards usually don't pull much power over from the mobo; I think they selectively do with certian mobos.  This riser fail happened with an ASRock H97 Anniversary.  I blame the mobo as well as the riser.



I use thin ribbon risers with most of my 1060 rigs.  I have a ton of Zotac 1060 6gb mini rigs; solid cards can handle OC of 150 cc, 600 mc with almost all cards.

Did it fry the Mobo aswell?
Were you using 1 or 2 PSU? If so, in wich configuration?

Only 1 PSU; 1000 watt single rail EVGA.  It wasn't the PSU.  Mobo and all components other than the riser were fine.

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I've been running ewbf 0.3.2b for about a week with no problems.  I got it here from links in the 1st post.  I started having trouble with my bandwidth so I switched off the computer (running Windows 10) for a day or so and it seemed to help.  Next day when I restarted the miner.exe with the modified flypool.bat file I was using all along, the program output a message.  I can't remember what it said but it was something like "invalid connection" or "invalid pool".  Right away I ran the .bat file again and then miner.exe was gone, it had evidently deleted itself.  I turned the pc off right away.  When I turned it back on a day later my bandwidth seemed to take a hit again.  The bandwidth slump could be coincidental but I find it very suspicious that a program would delete itself (or hide itself).  What purpose would it serve?  I ran it from a command prompt so there was no way I deleted it by accident.  I don't usually post unless I can't find any info.  I just wanted to share my experience.  I'm not saying the program is harmful but did it do anything else suspicious besides delete (or hide) itself?
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I've been running ewbf 0.3.2b for about a week with no problems.  I got it here from links in the 1st post.  I started having trouble with my bandwidth so I switched off the computer (running Windows 10) for a day or so and it seemed to help.  Next day when I restarted the miner.exe with the modified flypool.bat file I was using all along, the program output a message.  I can't remember what it said but it was something like "invalid connection" or "invalid pool".  Right away I ran the .bat file again and then miner.exe was gone, it had evidently deleted itself.  I turned the pc off right away.  When I turned it back on a day later my bandwidth seemed to take a hit again.  The bandwidth slump could be coincidental but I find it very suspicious that a program would delete itself (or hide itself).  What purpose would it serve?  I ran it from a command prompt so there was no way I deleted it by accident.  I don't usually post unless I can't find any info.  I just wanted to share my experience.  I'm not saying the program is harmful but did it do anything else suspicious besides delete (or hide) itself?

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March 26, 2017, 06:32:26 AM
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On my machine EWBF miner uses an average of 160Kbps to download work and 2Kbps for upload.
Was a little bit surprised at high DL rate, so if you are running many cards make sure your bandwidth is not saturated.

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March 26, 2017, 09:09:43 PM
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Of note...Zotac 1060 6gb mini temp rises to 77-79C even with fan cooling.
Speed 285-290 H/s.
Another thing i noticed: don't use narrow risers with a non-molex non-SATA connector, forgot their name.
Those can only handle 36W, apparently, vs SATA 54W.
Strangely enough, they were OK on sapphire 470 OC, but I tried with Zotac for a minute and it was overheating (riser above 44C with a fan), even though Zotac has the same TDP as RX 470 OC (120W).

I also had a problem with a 1060 and (I am assuming you are talking about the same Electop risers).  Strange they were great for amd r9 300 series; but now I have removed them from all my rigs.  Pascal cards usually don't pull much power over from the mobo; I think they selectively do with certian mobos.  This riser fail happened with an ASRock H97 Anniversary.  I blame the mobo as well as the riser.

https://s22.postimg.org/67zs776ch/IMG_0131.jpg

I use thin ribbon risers with most of my 1060 rigs.  I have a ton of Zotac 1060 6gb mini rigs; solid cards can handle OC of 150 cc, 600 mc with almost all cards.

yeah, thanks, that particular riser; it would have burned later if i did not notice temp rise as i always check it with a laser reader.
replaced it with a regular one, temp OK so far.
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March 27, 2017, 03:19:32 AM
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Has anyone tested the hashrate and power consumption of the same card under different OS, windows and ubuntu?
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March 27, 2017, 07:41:00 AM
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My GPUs crash often with code 4 and code 6, what does this mean? how can I fix it?

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March 27, 2017, 11:52:54 AM
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My GPUs crash often with code 4 and code 6, what does this mean? how can I fix it?
Which driver version?
Do yo play any games on that rig?

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