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December 09, 2016, 06:20:43 AM
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v0.0.3b seems good no more share rejects.
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December 09, 2016, 07:05:20 AM
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Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job Smiley

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

how can you reach 1800 core with only 50% tdp, when i'm at 1720 with 55%? it's because you increase the voltage? what is the voltage that is displayed?

BTW OP is this miner based on clymore, i see the same color and scheme for the hashing display...
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December 09, 2016, 08:05:45 AM
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on my 5x1070 rig gpu 0 is stuck at 80sols, all the others are way over 200, clocks and power settings are identical on all cards, any ideas?


My friend have the same strange problem.. Anyone solve it ?
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December 09, 2016, 08:13:37 AM
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Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job Smiley

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

how can you reach 1800 core with only 50% tdp, when i'm at 1720 with 55%? it's because you increase the voltage? what is the voltage that is displayed?

BTW OP is this miner based on clymore, i see the same color and scheme for the hashing display...

All chips aren't created equal. They use different amounts of power to hit the same clocks. That's why listing your TDP is never comparable between cards even of the same make and model. Memory packages can also use less.

That being said FTW cards have a 6+8 pin power cluster, they can consume up to 240w. When the total TDP is different, you once again can't compare between different models from different manufacturers. TDP is different for lots of different cards, even on the same card and model it's a different number depending on the silicon.

Hey look this font is red, I must've copied code somewhere.


That being said I've almost gotten no crashes in .3b minus some OC issues. I'm pretty sure people aren't monitoring their GPUs. .2b silently crashed sometimes and it would look like it's doing work, when it's not. Reallllly big bug. I'm sure the mining elite is on the job though.

I buy private Nvidia miners. Send information and/or inquiries to my PM box.
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December 09, 2016, 08:17:27 AM
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May depend on the specific card model - one Gigabyte model I have a couple of increase the TDP from the 150ish "standard" to 180ish, and I wouldn't be supprised to see certain models from other manufacturers do the same thing.

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December 09, 2016, 08:26:29 AM
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Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job Smiley

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

how can you reach 1800 core with only 50% tdp, when i'm at 1720 with 55%? it's because you increase the voltage? what is the voltage that is displayed?

BTW OP is this miner based on clymore, i see the same color and scheme for the hashing display...

All chips aren't created equal. They use different amounts of power to hit the same clocks. That's why listing your TDP is never comparable between cards even of the same make and model. Memory packages can also use less.

That being said FTW cards have a 6+8 pin power cluster, they can consume up to 240w. When the total TDP is different, you once again can't compare between different models from different manufacturers. TDP is different for lots of different cards, even on the same card and model it's a different number depending on the silicon.

Hey look this font is red, I must've copied code somewhere.


That being said I've almost gotten no crashes in .3b minus some OC issues. I'm pretty sure people aren't monitoring their GPUs. .2b silently crashed sometimes and it would look like it's doing work, when it's not. Reallllly big bug. I'm sure the mining elite is on the job though.

not only the font, but everything, it look very akin to clymore to me, it's possible to do reverse engineering on clymore and than customize it for cuda

i know about different model, but if i don't have the same setting it's pointless to talk about the model, he has 30% more voltage, this can make the difference
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December 09, 2016, 08:47:54 AM
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Hey,

Very nice miner, work out pretty good.

6 x GTX 1070 EVGA FTW @1800:4400 / +30% vcore / 50% PowerLimit (690W on wall about 100w per card) / ~260sols per card.

Pretty stable, switched to 0.0.3b as soon as you published, but it crashed twice after a moment, rebooted to be sure, running it now.

Using dwarfpool - W10 AE x64 - Nvidia 375.70

Features request

- restart/watchdog demon
- Linux release (asked alot lol)
- Remote console (i noticed a --port 3333 in example bat files what's it's for ?)
- logging
- -h option to know the switchs
- how to add a worker/email
- pretty much everything that's trendy now (intensity, per gpu settings, temps)

Keep up the good work, very nice job Smiley

EDIT : After a few more try, the 0.0.3b really crashes alot, rollbacked to 0.0.2b

how can you reach 1800 core with only 50% tdp, when i'm at 1720 with 55%? it's because you increase the voltage? what is the voltage that is displayed?

BTW OP is this miner based on clymore, i see the same color and scheme for the hashing display...

All chips aren't created equal. They use different amounts of power to hit the same clocks. That's why listing your TDP is never comparable between cards even of the same make and model. Memory packages can also use less.

That being said FTW cards have a 6+8 pin power cluster, they can consume up to 240w. When the total TDP is different, you once again can't compare between different models from different manufacturers. TDP is different for lots of different cards, even on the same card and model it's a different number depending on the silicon.

Hey look this font is red, I must've copied code somewhere.


That being said I've almost gotten no crashes in .3b minus some OC issues. I'm pretty sure people aren't monitoring their GPUs. .2b silently crashed sometimes and it would look like it's doing work, when it's not. Reallllly big bug. I'm sure the mining elite is on the job though.

not only the font, but everything, it look very akin to clymore to me, it's possible to do reverse engineering on clymore and than customize it for cuda

i know about different model, but if i don't have the same setting it's pointless to talk about the model, he has 30% more voltage, this can make the difference


Yes all cards behave differently, i do manual OC on each of them, only gave the average OC but they're all tuned up differently (a few vcore more or less here, a few more or less mhz, and so on) the FTW have 2 power connectors, overall the power is smoother on them (@ 50% tdp the variance is less than 1%), i think that's the reason you can OC this much on this low TDP, it seems just more stable. Rig is pretty new, still doing lots of testing Smiley (i've been lowering the vcore daily for example, after a good day of stable mining, to see how low it can go, i begun @50) i also have different profiles per miner, because some require more gpu clock, some more memory clock, or are more stable @ a certain setting, lots & lots of testing required to find the sweetest spot Smiley

I don't know about reversing claymore, he must have locked/encrypted it quite heavily to block reverse-engineering, i would think OP just took example on what was done out there Smiley

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December 09, 2016, 08:48:14 AM
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How about version for macOS?
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December 09, 2016, 11:38:02 AM
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on my 5x1070 rig gpu 0 is stuck at 80sols, all the others are way over 200, clocks and power settings are identical on all cards, any ideas?


My friend have the same strange problem.. Anyone solve it ?

not yet, I've tried running multiple instances with no change, I've not using remote desktop as others have suggested, I have all my power limits turned down to about 60% and turning up the one card in question has no effect, if I turn all cards to default clocks and power limit I get 200 on gpu 0 but overall I get about 5% better hashrate for 50% higher power consumption

theres no help file or help command with this miner is there, are there any other command line parameters that can be specified? can you run it on only selected gpus? I'm wondering if it isn't misdetecting something but all gpus do appear to be loaded
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December 09, 2016, 11:56:48 AM
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you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.

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December 09, 2016, 12:07:09 PM
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you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.

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December 09, 2016, 12:37:13 PM
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you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
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December 09, 2016, 12:52:58 PM
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December 09, 2016, 12:53:35 PM
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you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


Why you claim without any proof mh.. just to push again linux version how often you guys still want to ask?
Why not use SA instead of claiming, accusing or push..this is very ..annoying.. what you are doing..

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December 09, 2016, 01:19:05 PM
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I reset my cards to default (removing the slight overclock I was running) and both the GTX1080 and GTX1050ti ran all night problem free.

Thanks EWBF!
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December 09, 2016, 01:33:14 PM
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you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.

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December 09, 2016, 01:45:59 PM
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you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.

Your question about linux? Linux version will be soon today or tommorow.
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December 09, 2016, 01:50:40 PM
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you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.

Your question about linux? Linux version will be soon today or tommorow.
Thank you!

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December 09, 2016, 01:54:05 PM
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you people is so thoughtless and heedless.why do you use a program that has closed source ? no github,no reputation.
i bet it contains virus.
It doesn't contain a virus but has some external calls that are out of the ordinary which may be something malicious or may not be.
I'm still waiting on linux version ETA but the author refuses to reply on my PMs...which raises my caution level even higher.


what calls exactly? i'm curious about this
I can't say simply because it's closed source, it may be devfee switching, it may be license checking or something else malicious or not.
The point is that a newbie account posts something supposed to be top nvidia miner and doesn't answer any PMs. Which should alert everyone using his closed source miner. By alert I mean using the miner on a system that doesn't contain any important data at all.
so far i noticed only following , it uses two ports flypool 3333 and 198.251.88.37:16666 wich is antiddos service provider https://anti-ddos.pro , so most probably some pools antiddos protection where devfee mining goes , nothing yet out of ordinary.
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December 09, 2016, 02:01:02 PM
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Ran overnight without issues either! 

Dev, we are excited and ready to push our cards and Equihash even further!

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