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February 27, 2017, 08:09:37 AM
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I have 3 old Nvidia 8800GT, and PCs that always on. Trying to mine smth.
Last miner that I found and working is cudaminer of 2013 July. It is working and I can mine only scrypt coins.
During two weeks I mined huge amount of almost 0.001 LTC...

Question is - are there any other possibilities? To mine other algos with no ASICs...
cudaminer-2014-02-28 with keccak possibility not working, seems lowest possible cards
are compute 2.0. Same with ccminer of Kbomba.

I have tried to compile ccminer with compute 1.0 support, but with no luck.

Maybe smb have binaries for these cards, any advices?

Yes, yes - I understand that these cards are from stone age and know that I burn much more
electricity than get value Smiley
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February 27, 2017, 08:35:39 AM
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try lbry or zcash
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February 27, 2017, 01:59:46 PM
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try lbry or zcash

Maxwell at least needed Sad
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August 14, 2017, 04:31:19 PM
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I have similar issues. I can get cudaminer to run but no submitted shares. ~5-15 Kh/s on my gtx260m. using cudaminer 2014-02-28

Code:
cudaminer.exe --algo=scrypt:1028 -o stratum+tcp://coinminers.net:3288 -u Cf744PafTaz7uPykbqHY8dqE1GQpP32PiG -p password -i 1 -l L28x1 -C 1 -H 2

(coin above is ChanCoin some LTC copy coin)

Have an LTC .bat that will run and submit on the machine but yield no results(Global h/s is to high for my small h/s for payouts).

Code:
cudaminer.exe --algo=scrypt -o stratum+tcp://ltc.pool.minergate.com:3336 -u EMAIL@Email.com -p x -C 1 -H 2

The SMX of my card is 14.
Have switched up the --algo=scrypt sometimes.. works as well still no submits.
Have tried a few other -l options. -l L14x2 -l L14x1 -l L14x3 -l L28x3
Some do not validate on cpu with the kernel options.
I have lots of other hardware with similar specs and am currently not paying for electricity and would like to get them up and running. Does anyone know of cuda GPU miner that is compute 1.x compatible?

Second question...
How can I add an algo to an existing miner?
Ex. I have cudaminer and would like to include the Cryptonight/cryptolight Algo.
cudaminer is dated can I do this?
I want to add cryptonight to a compute 1.x miner?

LTC:LTy9GqzkoNiz4Hkc8fdWPQpiNqtqo8pi3Z
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August 29, 2017, 08:17:45 PM
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hello, can upload the cudaminer 2013-12-18 or cudaminer 2013-07-x pls
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August 30, 2017, 02:39:05 AM
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Load of software won't work with this ancient cards.
Put that one away, and get some gtx 1060-1070.
Then you'll find out some basics.

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September 16, 2017, 07:46:38 PM
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Load of software won't work with this ancient cards.
Put that one away, and get some gtx 1060-1070.
Then you'll find out some basics.

Ppl usually answer question or do not. Why tell useless info?
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