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January 04, 2017, 04:05:38 AM
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not faster by gtx 1080 Sad
I'm willing to wager that this has to due with high latency of GDDR5X memory vs the traditional GDDR5 of the GTX 1070 and lower.  Fury's on the AMD side suffer from the same problem but for different reason.  I don't think that GPU bioses allow for bank interleaving or asynchronous transfers during the clock cycle.
To subject to look up if interest are:
1)  DDR3 vs DDR4
2)  VIA KT600 - this was a single channel mobo chipset that was able to deliver 90% of the bandwidth of dual channel mobo's with just one channel
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January 04, 2017, 04:16:37 AM
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Great update with the 0.0.9b. Stability vastly improved with the GTX 970. I can now use OC @ 80% TDP with 1550Mhz Core and 3758Mhz mem stable(previously 1500Mhz Core and 3658Mhz mem) according to MSI Afterburner. I seem to be getting around 260-270 sol/s, when previously i got around 240 sol/s. Thank you! It would be great if i could raise the Memory Clock to 4000Mhz like i can with using games and stress test softwares.

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January 04, 2017, 04:36:54 AM
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Oh my god....  I am getting 465 Sol/s with two GTX 970's....

I WISH I HAD BEEN USING THIS THE LAST THREE WEEKS BEFORE THE HUGE SURGE IN PRICE!!!

Crazy.   Absolutely fantastic work my friend!

Thank you!
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January 04, 2017, 04:42:07 AM
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Oh my god....  I am getting 465 Sol/s with two GTX 970's....

I WISH I HAD BEEN USING THIS THE LAST THREE WEEKS BEFORE THE HUGE SURGE IN PRICE!!!

Crazy.   Absolutely fantastic work my friend!

Thank you!

Hey, what kind of settings are you using, just for reference?

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January 04, 2017, 05:23:46 AM
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Just  an fyi if you loose the miner.exe file off your system and running windows 10, you can thank defender for auto deleting the file without permission for that, only way around it seeing you cant permanently disable defender is to allow an exception, have to use admin account disable realtime protection and then unzip and point to the miner.exe file and exclude it, else one day you'll wont have the file.

Yet again Microsoft  thinking for us poor humans..

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On my system it was detected as Trojan Rundas!pluck. tsssss.

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January 04, 2017, 05:29:13 AM
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Hey, what kind of settings are you using, just for reference?

I didn't make any changes to the .bat file... so I would assume default?
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January 04, 2017, 05:37:46 AM
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Hey, what kind of settings are you using, just for reference?

I didn't make any changes to the .bat file... so I would assume default?

I think he meant what OC settings.

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January 04, 2017, 08:57:38 AM
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@ewbf,  Can you add a threads option in the miner?  My rig is just three cards 2 GTX 1060 3GB's and 1 GTX 950, according to GPU-z the memory utilization on the GTX 950 is only 70% versus the GTX 1060 3GB's that is at 87% is there something.  Memory allocation also seems off with the GTX 950 it's at 543MB's of 2GB versus the GTX 1060 3GB's that are using 2248 of their 3GB's.  The GTX 950 does driver the monitor when in use don't know if that plays a role.  Driver is 368.81, Biostar TB85, 800w 80+ Bronze PSU, intel Core I3-4150, 120GB SSD, 8GB's of RAM.   Virtual mem is set to minimum 16GB with max at 32GB.
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January 04, 2017, 09:43:00 AM
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So far it ran stable across my rigs incl. better OC stability.

GTX 1080Ti rocks da house... seriously... this card is a beast³
Owning by now 18x GTX1080Ti :-D @serious love of efficiency
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January 04, 2017, 02:07:21 PM
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Had some miner crashes overnight, not as stable as previous version.  Crashed again this morning once.  Same oc as before.  The display driver crashes and program craps out.

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January 04, 2017, 02:26:55 PM
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Mine crashes too with same reduced OC that previous version worked fine..

I find out if I run 2 instances one might crash but other will continue working, so that is my safety measure against crashes.. Smiley

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January 04, 2017, 04:43:31 PM
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3% slower then EQM .4b on Pascal. 5% if you include the dev fee.
Nicehash charges 3% pool fee and has a lower payout than mining direct.  Current difference between this miner and nicehash on ZEC is about $0.18 a day if you have a pool that charges 1% + 2% dev fee.

You can lose a lot of money depending on when you sell or buy coins. I was talking specifically about the miner, not mining services, not the economy, and not buying or selling coins.

And no Nicehash doesn't charge miners a fee. It charges people who use it's services a fee.

I buy private Nvidia miners. Send information and/or inquiries to my PM box.
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January 04, 2017, 05:40:42 PM
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3% slower then EQM .4b on Pascal. 5% if you include the dev fee.
Nicehash charges 3% pool fee and has a lower payout than mining direct.  Current difference between this miner and nicehash on ZEC is about $0.18 a day if you have a pool that charges 1% + 2% dev fee.

You can lose a lot of money depending on when you sell or buy coins. I was talking specifically about the miner, not mining services, not the economy, and not buying or selling coins.

And no Nicehash doesn't charge miners a fee. It charges people who use it's services a fee.
Miners are considered sellers by Nicehash is you read the FAQ on their site.  If you don't believe that just look at the payout and the deposit balance in your account.  There is little difference when the miner doesn't charge a fee but to use the service has a 3% fee when the miner is locked to that pool only versus a 2% that is open to other pools.  And since difference is equal between the costs of both miners then you are only left with the difference in price between what Nicehash pays and what you can get on other exchanges.
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January 04, 2017, 06:32:18 PM
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I just tried it, at first it says error, put your pool, username and password. Then I clicked the Nicehash batch file and it shows my Inno3d GTX 750ti does great at 69 sol/s which I think is good for such card. My PC get's super slow while the card is mining.

Anyway how can I withdraw, or should I install Nicehash and use it instead as I don't see any option to withdraw here?

First time miner with a GPU so long answers are greatly appreciated.

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January 04, 2017, 06:52:52 PM
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I just tried it, at first it says error, put your pool, username and password. Then I clicked the Nicehash batch file and it shows my Inno3d GTX 750ti does great at 69 sol/s which I think is good for such card. My PC get's super slow while the card is mining.

You may have already done some of this, but I wanted you to know.

First you need to go the the pool site and setup an account so for example https://zec.suprnova.cc and create an account.  Then you need to create workers.  

Then you need to modify the suprnova.bat file with your username.worker and password.

Then run the .bat and check the pool to make sure the coins are going to you.
 
If you are using nicehash you need to change the bitcoin account to your own, if you didn't then you are mining for someone else.  So go to an exchange (example bittrex.com) and setup an account, then go to wallets and click on the + sign at the beginning of BTC line and request a wallet address if one is not there.  Then copy and paste the bitcoin address into the nicehash.bat file.  Then start the bat file

Anyway how can I withdraw, or should I install Nicehash and use it instead as I don't see any option to withdraw here?

First time miner with a GPU so long answers are greatly appreciated.
Then get an account on an exchange (bittrex is my main one) or setup a local wallet for zec coins and put that address into the automatic withdrawal field in the account settings on the pool. There should be a manual withdrawal option as well.

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January 04, 2017, 06:55:26 PM
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3% slower then EQM .4b on Pascal. 5% if you include the dev fee.
Nicehash charges 3% pool fee and has a lower payout than mining direct.  Current difference between this miner and nicehash on ZEC is about $0.18 a day if you have a pool that charges 1% + 2% dev fee.

You can lose a lot of money depending on when you sell or buy coins. I was talking specifically about the miner, not mining services, not the economy, and not buying or selling coins.

And no Nicehash doesn't charge miners a fee. It charges people who use it's services a fee.
Miners are considered sellers by Nicehash is you read the FAQ on their site.  If you don't believe that just look at the payout and the deposit balance in your account.  There is little difference when the miner doesn't charge a fee but to use the service has a 3% fee when the miner is locked to that pool only versus a 2% that is open to other pools.  And since difference is equal between the costs of both miners then you are only left with the difference in price between what Nicehash pays and what you can get on other exchanges.

There very much is a difference, you don't eat the difference. You're trying to argue that buyers are going to pay less. That is arguably crying over spilt milk. You have literally no idea how much or little buyers are going to pay and how close to actual coin prices things will come. I've seen, on rare occasion, Equihash paying more on Nice then algos.

I'm not all for mining on Nice vs Coins on pools (I'd rather mine on pools), that's what you're turning this into, but you're trying to make a argument for a all inclusive scenario which is outside the scope of comparing the actual miners. You can start argue weather and energy prices for the little bit of difference in efficiency as well and the person that doesn't pay attention to market prices and sells when it's low (What displays AVERAGES over 24 hours). Everyone knows Nicehash almost always pays less then the actual coins. We were talking specifically about the miners.

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January 04, 2017, 07:05:50 PM
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I just tried it, at first it says error, put your pool, username and password. Then I clicked the Nicehash batch file and it shows my Inno3d GTX 750ti does great at 69 sol/s which I think is good for such card. My PC get's super slow while the card is mining.

You may have already done some of this, but I wanted you to know.

First you need to go the the pool site and setup an account so for example https://zec.suprnova.cc and create an account.  Then you need to create workers.  

Then you need to modify the suprnova.bat file with your username.worker and password.

Then run the .bat and check the pool to make sure the coins are going to you.
 
If you are using nicehash you need to change the bitcoin account to your own, if you didn't then you are mining for someone else.  So go to an exchange (example bittrex.com) and setup an account, then go to wallets and click on the + sign at the beginning of BTC line and request a wallet address if one is not there.  Then copy and paste the bitcoin address into the nicehash.bat file.  Then start the bat file

Anyway how can I withdraw, or should I install Nicehash and use it instead as I don't see any option to withdraw here?

First time miner with a GPU so long answers are greatly appreciated.
Then get an account on an exchange (bittrex is my main one) or setup a local wallet for zec coins and put that address into the automatic withdrawal field in the account settings on the pool. There should be a manual withdrawal option as well.



I have used a address from my hardware wallet and have gotten with the NICEHASH, my pc is quite slower but I can leave with that. It looks good. I also needed to turn off Avira PRO as all the miners were Trojans based on it. I am doing 67 Sols with the Inno3d 750 ti so I am trying a bit, mainly for fun as is not that profitable, but better than nothing.

Edit: Most profitable is Equihash as mining algorithm or miner I don't know and my card is starting to spin very fast wtf , should I stop, is only 0.45 USD per day with this rates and I bought the card brand new ?

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January 04, 2017, 07:51:29 PM
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3% slower then EQM .4b on Pascal. 5% if you include the dev fee.
Nicehash charges 3% pool fee and has a lower payout than mining direct.  Current difference between this miner and nicehash on ZEC is about $0.18 a day if you have a pool that charges 1% + 2% dev fee.

You can lose a lot of money depending on when you sell or buy coins. I was talking specifically about the miner, not mining services, not the economy, and not buying or selling coins.

And no Nicehash doesn't charge miners a fee. It charges people who use it's services a fee.
Miners are considered sellers by Nicehash is you read the FAQ on their site.  If you don't believe that just look at the payout and the deposit balance in your account.  There is little difference when the miner doesn't charge a fee but to use the service has a 3% fee when the miner is locked to that pool only versus a 2% that is open to other pools.  And since difference is equal between the costs of both miners then you are only left with the difference in price between what Nicehash pays and what you can get on other exchanges.

There very much is a difference, you don't eat the difference. You're trying to argue that buyers are going to pay less. That is arguably crying over spilt milk. You have literally no idea how much or little buyers are going to pay and how close to actual coin prices things will come. I've seen, on rare occasion, Equihash paying more on Nice then algos.

I'm not all for mining on Nice vs Coins on pools (I'd rather mine on pools), that's what you're turning this into, but you're trying to make a argument for a all inclusive scenario which is outside the scope of comparing the actual miners. You can start argue weather and energy prices for the little bit of difference in efficiency as well and the person that doesn't pay attention to market prices and sells when it's low (What displays AVERAGES over 24 hours). Everyone knows Nicehash almost always pays less then the actual coins. We were talking specifically about the miners.
No I'm just explaining the math, people can still do what they want.  Quite frankly I used Nicehash for almost two years simply for the easy of it all and I still use the nicehashminer for benchmarking of a new card.  Also, buyers pay what they pay I only look at what I get paid as a miner/ seller.  I didn't use EQM 0.4b because it's not stable on my rig
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January 04, 2017, 08:06:16 PM
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3% slower then EQM .4b on Pascal. 5% if you include the dev fee.
Nicehash charges 3% pool fee and has a lower payout than mining direct.  Current difference between this miner and nicehash on ZEC is about $0.18 a day if you have a pool that charges 1% + 2% dev fee.

You can lose a lot of money depending on when you sell or buy coins. I was talking specifically about the miner, not mining services, not the economy, and not buying or selling coins.

And no Nicehash doesn't charge miners a fee. It charges people who use it's services a fee.
Miners are considered sellers by Nicehash is you read the FAQ on their site.  If you don't believe that just look at the payout and the deposit balance in your account.  There is little difference when the miner doesn't charge a fee but to use the service has a 3% fee when the miner is locked to that pool only versus a 2% that is open to other pools.  And since difference is equal between the costs of both miners then you are only left with the difference in price between what Nicehash pays and what you can get on other exchanges.

There very much is a difference, you don't eat the difference. You're trying to argue that buyers are going to pay less. That is arguably crying over spilt milk. You have literally no idea how much or little buyers are going to pay and how close to actual coin prices things will come. I've seen, on rare occasion, Equihash paying more on Nice then algos.

I'm not all for mining on Nice vs Coins on pools (I'd rather mine on pools), that's what you're turning this into, but you're trying to make a argument for a all inclusive scenario which is outside the scope of comparing the actual miners. You can start argue weather and energy prices for the little bit of difference in efficiency as well and the person that doesn't pay attention to market prices and sells when it's low (What displays AVERAGES over 24 hours). Everyone knows Nicehash almost always pays less then the actual coins. We were talking specifically about the miners.
No I'm just explaining the math, people can still do what they want.  Quite frankly I used Nicehash for almost two years simply for the easy of it all and I still use the nicehashminer for benchmarking of a new card.  Also, buyers pay what they pay I only look at what I get paid as a miner/ seller.  I didn't use EQM 0.4b because it's not stable on my rig
Agree with that. And right now Nicehash's miner is very stable  ( last version) on my rigs : 24hours without stops. Finally. And: some ppl expect them to work for free, why?
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January 04, 2017, 08:10:36 PM
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hm is whit 1 gpu and cpu 400sol/s good? or i can get more
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