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December 29, 2016, 04:01:27 PM
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Someone with 1060 has posted the benchmark?

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December 29, 2016, 04:09:50 PM
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Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!

Power limit at 85% / core +180 / memory +540.
Almost the same with 0.0.8 (+/- 2%).

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December 29, 2016, 04:22:43 PM
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Can someone share specific powersave values for 1070 ?
I can't seem to make it use less than 150W and the fans must spin 80% constant to keep temps below 70C.
Thank you.
MSI Armor 1070 8G Non OC version.

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December 29, 2016, 04:54:56 PM
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Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!

Power limit at 85% / core +180 / memory +540.
Almost the same with 0.0.8 (+/- 2%).

what about 55% power limit?
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December 29, 2016, 04:56:06 PM
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Can someone share specific powersave values for 1070 ?
I can't seem to make it use less than 150W and the fans must spin 80% constant to keep temps below 70C.
Thank you.
MSI Armor 1070 8G Non OC version.


How about you go and read the previous pages, several peoples posted their settings... alot of them....

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December 29, 2016, 05:16:35 PM
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EDIT: i have no clue how to choose ZEC-difficulty but know that typical video-card-ranges are somewhere around 64-256. can anybody give me a hint how to choose a good difficulty? i think i remember having come across some guide or article regarding this but simply cannot remember where this was and search-engines are of not much help either...

Usually pools adjust difficulty against your hashing power. Some pools allow you to choose it like flypool. A little guideline taken from zcash page on dwarfpool

128 for one videocard
512  for rigs with 2-4 cards
1024 for rigs with >=5 cards

cheers Smiley
right, thats what i roughly had in mind, thanks for confirming!  Smiley
sec.suprnova.cc also allows choosing your own diff btw.

i also remember that it was recommended to ideally have each node send 4-10 shares per minute to the server in order to reduce load on the backend which in turn should benefit the whole pool. 

now what i wanted to better understand is what happens in cases where my nodes often get new work assigned without having sent any shares since the last work-package was assigned. are the computations done in this timeframe lost (to my disadvantage) and would thereby sending rather 10-20 (accepted)shares per minute lead to a higher accepted number of shares?
according to my (unproven) theory, i would loose less work if shares are sent more frequently. of course this has not to be the case every 3 seconds or so but i've observed quite a few cases where new workloads were sent only 10-20 seconds apart from another...

thanks for enlightening me  Cheesy
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December 29, 2016, 05:17:02 PM
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Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!

Power limit at 85% / core +180 / memory +540.
Almost the same with 0.0.8 (+/- 2%).

what about 55% power limit?

I get 225-230 sol/s @ 65W (55% power limit). Core +185 / memory +240.
That's that, can't compare 1060 with 1070/80. Lips sealed

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December 29, 2016, 05:23:01 PM
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Can someone share specific powersave values for 1070 ?
I can't seem to make it use less than 150W and the fans must spin 80% constant to keep temps below 70C.
Thank you.
MSI Armor 1070 8G Non OC version.


How about you go and read the previous pages, several peoples posted their settings... alot of them....
Thank you for your help! Your post actually made me search all posts and find all posts related to linux specific values...
I got 375S/s with +150 CC, +700 MEM , PL 110W

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#!/bin/bash
sudo X :0 &
export DISPLAY=:0
CLOCK=150
MEM=700
PL=110
FANSPEED=70
CMD='/usr/bin/nvidia-settings'

for i in {0..5} # for 6 cards
  do
sudo nvidia-smi -i ${i} -pm 0
sudo nvidia-smi -i ${i} -pl {$PL}
sudo ${CMD} -a [gpu:${i}]/GPUPowerMizerMode=1
sudo ${CMD} -a [gpu:${i}]/GPUFanControlState=1
sudo ${CMD} -a [fan:${i}]/GPUTargetFanSpeed=${FANSPEED}

  for x in {3..3}
      do
      sudo  ${CMD} -a [gpu:${i}]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[${x}]=${CLOCK}
      sudo  ${CMD} -a [gpu:${i}]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[${x}]=${MEM}
    done
done
Someone could find it useful as it was for me

And the fan control script
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#!/bin/bash
# Paths to the utilities we will need
export DISPLAY=:0
SMI='/usr/bin/nvidia-smi'
SET='/usr/bin/nvidia-settings'

# Determine major driver version
VER=`awk '/NVIDIA/ {print $8}' /proc/driver/nvidia/version | cut -d . -f 1`

# Drivers from 285.x.y on allow persistence mode setting
if [ ${VER} -lt 285 ]
then
    echo "Error: Current driver version is ${VER}. Driver version must be greater than 285."; exit 1;
fi

# Read a numerical command line arg between 40 and 100
if [ "$1" -eq "$1" ] 2>/dev/null && [ "0$1" -ge "40" ]  && [ "0$1" -le "100" ]
then
    speed=$1   # set speed

    echo "Setting fan to $speed%."

    # how many GPU's are in the system?
    NUMGPU="$(nvidia-smi -L | wc -l)"

    # loop through each GPU and individually set fan speed
    n=0
    while [  $n -lt  $NUMGPU ];
    do
        # start an x session, and call nvidia-settings to enable fan control and set speed
        ${SET} -a [fan:${n}]/GPUTargetFanSpeed=$speed
        let n=n+1
    done

    echo "Complete"; exit 0;

elif [ "x$1" = "xstop" ]
then
    echo "Enabling default auto fan control."

    # how many GPU's are in the system?
    NUMGPU="$(nvidia-smi -L | wc -l)"

    # loop through each GPU and individually set fan speed
    n=0
    while [  $n -lt  $NUMGPU ];
    do
        # start an x session, and call nvidia-settings to enable fan control and set speed
        ${SET} -a [gpu:${n}]/GPUFanControlState=0
        let n=n+1
    done

    echo "Complete"; exit 0;

else
    echo "Error: Please pick a fan speed between 40 and 100, or stop."; exit 1;
fi

Aaaand the startup script....
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#!/bin/bash
GPU='0 1 2 3 4 5'
STRATUM_SERVER="eu1-zcash.flypool.org"
STRATUM_PORT="3333"
POOL_WORKER="Your_Wallet"
POOL_PASS="x"
# Comment next lines if you experience any issues
echo 'Doing some stuff...maybe not related to NVIDIA...'
export GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE=100
export GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1
export GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
export GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
sleep 1
echo 'Starting EWBF's CUDA Zcash miner, use "screen -r cuda_miner" to resume...'
killall -TERM miner >/dev/null 2>&1
sleep 2
/usr/bin/screen -dmS cuda_miner ./miner --server ${STRATUM_SERVER} --port ${STRATUM_PORT} --user ${POOL_WORKER} --pass ${POOL_PASS} --cuda_devices ${GPU}
exit 0

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December 29, 2016, 05:39:10 PM
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Version 0.0.7 gives me 270-275 sol/s per GTX 1060 @ 100W each, almost 15% increase.
Thanks EWBF!

Power limit at 85% / core +180 / memory +540.
Almost the same with 0.0.8 (+/- 2%).

what about 55% power limit?

I get 225-230 sol/s @ 65W (55% power limit). Core +185 / memory +240.
That's that, can't compare 1060 with 1070/80. Lips sealed

yeah the 1070 is 50% faster and only 30% more consumption
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December 29, 2016, 05:49:24 PM
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Thnaks a lot.
I compiled it (I am with Linux and no release for Linux) and try it : unfornately, it is a lot slower han my curently miner (TSIV) for my 750s :-(.


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December 29, 2016, 05:57:39 PM
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Thnaks a lot.
I compiled it (I am with Linux and no release for Linux) and try it : unfornately, it is a lot slower han my curently miner (TSIV) for my 750s :-(.

Ah yes, it's aimed for pascal cards & cuda 8, gonna be slower on older cards.

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EDIT: i have no clue how to choose ZEC-difficulty but know that typical video-card-ranges are somewhere around 64-256. can anybody give me a hint how to choose a good difficulty? i think i remember having come across some guide or article regarding this but simply cannot remember where this was and search-engines are of not much help either...

Usually pools adjust difficulty against your hashing power. Some pools allow you to choose it like flypool. A little guideline taken from zcash page on dwarfpool

128 for one videocard
512  for rigs with 2-4 cards
1024 for rigs with >=5 cards

cheers Smiley
right, thats what i roughly had in mind, thanks for confirming!  Smiley
sec.suprnova.cc also allows choosing your own diff btw.

i also remember that it was recommended to ideally have each node send 4-10 shares per minute to the server in order to reduce load on the backend which in turn should benefit the whole pool.  

now what i wanted to better understand is what happens in cases where my nodes often get new work assigned without having sent any shares since the last work-package was assigned. are the computations done in this timeframe lost (to my disadvantage) and would thereby sending rather 10-20 (accepted)shares per minute lead to a higher accepted number of shares?
according to my (unproven) theory, i would loose less work if shares are sent more frequently. of course this has not to be the case every 3 seconds or so but i've observed quite a few cases where new workloads were sent only 10-20 seconds apart from another...

thanks for enlightening me  Cheesy

Yup that's exactly what i understood too, by lowering difficulty you'll send shares more often with same hashing powet, lowering the chance to get a stale share if your diff is too high for current hashing power. It would smooth out your effective hashrate.

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December 29, 2016, 06:00:52 PM
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EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop Smiley, i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

EWBF when you planning add coinotron?

For my personnal knowledge what is the issue with coinotron pool, that would need special support ?

I wouldn't be asking here if I thought it worked well. Cryptonote hasn't really been improved for some time now. Just compiling for CUDA8 doesn't really make much of a difference.

Claymore has always been AMD biased. From what I read in his thread with Ethereum he was paid to not support Nvidia for about six months before it expired and he added Nvidia support. He's a very capable program, he usually bases decisions like this off of business.

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December 29, 2016, 06:02:18 PM
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EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop Smiley, i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

EWBF when you planning add coinotron?

For my personnal knowledge what is the issue with coinotron pool, that would need special support ?

I wouldn't be asking here if I thought it worked well. Cryptonote hasn't really been improved for some time now. Just compiling for CUDA8 doesn't really make much of a difference.

Claymore has always been AMD biased. From what I read in his thread with Ethereum he was paid to not support Nvidia for about six months before it expired and he added Nvidia support. He's a very capable program, he usually bases decisions like this off of business.

Oh i see, that would explain things indeed. Thx for sharing this. I guess also since miners are 95% AMD based, it make sense to focus efforts toward AMD, but i would love it see this change Wink

Well for me the KlausT version did improve things alot, i tried tsiv original version it hashed about 2k/h where the cuda 8 compilied version did 4.2k/s but as you say there is obviously alot more optimisation that could be done, let's hope to see more of that Smiley

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December 29, 2016, 06:44:14 PM
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EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop Smiley, i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

what setting give you 700 hash for a single 1070? the best one i found is 12x60 intensity but give me only 600 at best
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December 29, 2016, 07:41:15 PM
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Is there a possibility to lower intensity so I can work on the PC while mining? Smiley
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it doesn't work for cuda 2.1 cards,giving 0 sols,card is geforce 710m

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December 29, 2016, 08:02:29 PM
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EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop Smiley, i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

what setting give you 700 hash for a single 1070? the best one i found is 12x60 intensity but give me only 600 at best

Same OC as usual 50% tdp +135/600 20% vCore, i think i used something like 16x75 and played a bit with others options to make it go a bit faster. Tried quite a while ago, don't remember the exact settings. By default with no special switch it was giving me something around 4kh, played a bit to grab 150/200 more.

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December 29, 2016, 08:19:49 PM
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it doesn't work for cuda 2.1 cards,giving 0 sols,card is geforce 710m


With old cards try the version 0.0.6b. and 0.0.5b
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December 29, 2016, 08:30:39 PM
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Extremely strange card behaviour...

This is default settings without being touched.OC is impossible for GPU core.

Lowering the core below -250 seems to do the trick.
Memory +200 without errors. If I go above +200 strange noise appears.

Any suggestions/ideas much appreciated!

EDIT: This is supposed to be MSI Armor GTX 1070 8GB but is recognized as Armor OC version by SN also.
Found latest bios on MSI site(supposed to fix Micron memory crashing) and upgraded it, but the error still remains...

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December 29, 2016, 08:37:24 PM
 #760

EWBF are you interested in making more money? Cryptonote (Monero is Cryptonote) is another really big algo with a lot of volume and miners. It hasn't been improved in a really long time. Currently the public Nvidia miner is pretty mediocre. If you want to take a look at it, it's a potential for you to earn a lot more money, if you can improve it.

Not sure how much or if it can be improved, but there is very little competition there and it's definitely stagnated.

Have you tried the cuda 8 version of tsiv ccminer by KlausT ? it's far better than what basic tsiv can give you (i do 4200h XMR with 6x1070 rig but i can't max it out using 100w less @50tdp than zcash), zcash is still more interesting, but it could become a good contender when zcash drop Smiley, i agree that XMR gpu mining could/should be improved. Interesting query. I wonder why claymore isn't working more with nvidia...

what setting give you 700 hash for a single 1070? the best one i found is 12x60 intensity but give me only 600 at best

Same OC as usual 50% tdp +135/600 20% vCore, i think i used something like 16x75 and played a bit with others options to make it go a bit faster. Tried quite a while ago, don't remember the exact settings. By default with no special switch it was giving me something around 4kh, played a bit to grab 150/200 more.

XMR is very similar to ETH, try mining with ETH settings and ccminer-KlausT -> 720 with 55% TDP +150,+700

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