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Author Topic: [ANN] dstm's ZCash / Equihash Nvidia Miner v0.6.2 (Linux / Windows)  (Read 221706 times)
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November 26, 2017, 04:38:20 AM
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I give my 1080ti's a little bit more power.  All 4 are EVGA SC Black

85% Power Limit
+125 Core
+145 Memory

For me...... Your latency numbers are Amazing !!!! ........... (4ms) Seriously........ You will be qualified for the hold attack if you had a big farm of miners....
Are you mining on your pool servers......?
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November 26, 2017, 10:03:12 AM
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New Version 0.5.6
reduce cpu load
minor performance improvements


This release contains many internal optimizations. CPU load is lower by about 15%-20% now. The solver contains some minor performance improvements - it's about 2%-2.5% on an 1060 and about 0.2% on faster GPUs. People on overclocked systems may have to readjust their setting since this version 'pushes' the GPUs slightly more.
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November 26, 2017, 10:10:29 AM
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New Version 0.5.6
reduce cpu load
minor performance improvements


This release contains many internal optimizations. CPU load is lower by about 15%-20% now. The solver contains some minor performance improvements - it's about 2%-2.5% on an 1060 and about 0.2% on faster GPUs. People on overclocked systems may have to readjust their setting since this version 'pushes' the GPUs slightly more.

My asus rog stix 1080ti when run DSMT is about 700sol/s core +200 mem+150 TDP 80%.
When you can get my card is performance

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November 26, 2017, 10:19:43 AM
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Hi, what settings for failover servers? Thanks.
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November 26, 2017, 10:26:28 AM
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Hi, what settings for failover servers? Thanks.

ZM doesn't support failover servers currently, I'll add it in one of the future releases.
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November 26, 2017, 10:42:04 AM
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New Version 0.5.6
reduce cpu load
minor performance improvements


This release contains many internal optimizations. CPU load is lower by about 15%-20% now. The solver contains some minor performance improvements - it's about 2%-2.5% on an 1060 and about 0.2% on faster GPUs. People on overclocked systems may have to readjust their setting since this version 'pushes' the GPUs slightly more.
Thank you very much.
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November 26, 2017, 11:00:28 AM
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New Version 0.5.6
reduce cpu load
minor performance improvements


This release contains many internal optimizations. CPU load is lower by about 15%-20% now. The solver contains some minor performance improvements - it's about 2%-2.5% on an 1060 and about 0.2% on faster GPUs. People on overclocked systems may have to readjust their setting since this version 'pushes' the GPUs slightly more.

Nice
Thank you
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November 26, 2017, 11:04:31 AM
Last edit: November 26, 2017, 02:29:57 PM by shubaduba
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New Version 0.5.6
reduce cpu load
minor performance improvements


This release contains many internal optimizations. CPU load is lower by about 15%-20% now. The solver contains some minor performance improvements - it's about 2%-2.5% on an 1060 and about 0.2% on faster GPUs. People on overclocked systems may have to readjust their setting since this version 'pushes' the GPUs slightly more.

That is awesome!
Will check 1070 and 1080ti work with this update asap

UPD:
ID   DEVICE NAME   °C   ∅ Sol/s   ∅ Sol/W   ∅ Watt   Shares   Lat
0   GeForce GTX 1070   64   501.41   2.81   178.59   119 / 0   109
1   GeForce GTX 1070   59   495.71   2.94   168.61   130 / 1   90
2   GeForce GTX 1070   56   496.00   2.92   169.70   154 / 3   104
3   GeForce GTX 1070   61   501.20   2.88   173.77   167 / 0   99
4   GeForce GTX 1070   56   495.25   2.93   169.12   149 / 0   94
5   GeForce GTX 1070   58   496.52   2.98   166.38   89 / 0   94
Total   -                           2986.08   2.91   1026.16   808 / 4   98

ID   DEVICE NAME   °C   ∅ Sol/s   ∅ Sol/W   ∅ Watt   Shares   Lat
0   GeForce GTX 1080 Ti   65   725.23   2.92   248.50   121 / 1   93
1   GeForce GTX 1080 Ti   63   750.32   3.19   235.49   132 / 0   86
2   GeForce GTX 1080 Ti   61   743.02   3.14   236.47   101 / 0   93
3   GeForce GTX 1080 Ti   61   758.17   3.06   248.00   129 / 0   94
4   GeForce GTX 1080 Ti   59   758.35   3.05   248.53   94 / 0   93
5   GeForce GTX 1080 Ti   62   768.11   2.94   260.85   131 / 0   94
6   GeForce GTX 1080 Ti   62   775.15   2.97   260.73   115 / 0   83
7   GeForce GTX 1080 Ti   60   753.62   3.20   235.45   96 / 0   93
Total   -                             6031.95   3.06   1974.01   919 / 1   91

I see no change for 1070 GPUs and 0.4% boost for 1080ti.
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November 26, 2017, 12:16:52 PM
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I don't see boost for 1080ti...may be around 0.2% as Dev said.
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November 26, 2017, 01:32:40 PM
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Thanks dstm..
I'm a happy miner  Cheesy

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November 26, 2017, 03:26:01 PM
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love your work dstm.
Thank you very much!


So when you say that it loads the gpus slightly more is it still different than how ewbf miner loads its gpus.
I wonder if this will make equihash more profitable to mine that ethash on the 1060s.

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November 26, 2017, 04:23:47 PM
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0.5.6 works fine with GTX 1070 (regular and Ti) - can't see much of a speed increase but also the power consumption is exactly same as with the old version. Gonna try it out on a GTX 1060 later.

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November 26, 2017, 06:21:23 PM
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Average results seen in miner (after running for 45 min.):
1060 1st card
v0.5.4 = 299.9
v0.5.6= 310.5
% increase 3.53

1060 2nd card
v0.5.4= 298.6
v0.5.6= 306.6*
% increase 2.67

*I had to increase TDP from 70 > 75% due to card failure rate 0.97. With updated tdp failure is 0.98 and hopefully improving to 0.99 and above.

1070
v0.5.4= 492.4
v0.5.6= 499.2
% increase 1.63


Letting the rig run for now to see how stable it is.
I will then see if the same % increase is seen on the pool side of things.
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November 26, 2017, 06:38:57 PM
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New Version 0.5.6
reduce cpu load
minor performance improvements


This release contains many internal optimizations. CPU load is lower by about 15%-20% now. The solver contains some minor performance improvements - it's about 2%-2.5% on an 1060 and about 0.2% on faster GPUs. People on overclocked systems may have to readjust their setting since this version 'pushes' the GPUs slightly more.

Appreciate the new version man! Cards perform a little better (<3% increase), while my cpu miner did increase performance a bit as well.

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November 26, 2017, 07:20:41 PM
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how to add option to Ethos globalminer --telemetry=0.0.0.0:2222 ? is it any way to get api control in ethos for your miner?
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November 26, 2017, 08:35:02 PM
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I got very stable hashrate on the rig with 6 cards with v0.5.6! Thank you! Previous versions were a lot unstable.

330-335 Sol/s GTX 1060 6GB (+180/+550/88%)
480-505 Sol/s GTX 1070  (+180/+550/88%)
620-630 Sol/s GTX 1080ti (+167/+500/92%)
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November 26, 2017, 09:46:46 PM
Last edit: November 26, 2017, 10:41:14 PM by m1n1ngP4d4w4n
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0.5.6
Good improvement on stability and a few more sols/s, Cpu load also dropped quite a bit, good work dtsm.

6x EVGA FTW GTX 1070 (TDP 60% ~112W +135/+540)


6x KFA2 GTX 1070 (TDP 50% ~100W +175/+480)


Need to test for a while longer, but seems to be good improvements on latest, especially stability.
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November 26, 2017, 09:47:29 PM
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latest version sees an improvement of 2.5% on 1050TI. Well done on the CPU usage, hasn't gone over 1%.
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November 26, 2017, 09:57:50 PM
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Lack of fallover server support makes this miner UNUSABLE in a production environment.
Fixing that should have been a priority a WHILE ago.


 Did some comparison testing on my 1070 ti rig between 0.5.5 and EWBF 0.3.4b yesterday - what I found was that DSTM gave a little higher hashrate when the cards were being run at a low power setting (under 70%, or 124 watts) but at that 124 watt point the hashrate was almost identical and EWBF started giving better hashrate above that point.
 The differences were small though, and DSTM seems to vary hashrate a lot more which makes it hard to do a good comparison.

 I also dislike the fixed 2% "developer contribution" level, MORE than makes up for the hashrate differences I've seen vs EWBF and EWBF lets YOU set the contribution rate (no, I don't use 0 - but 2% IMO is a RIPOFF when other software is so close on performance).




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November 26, 2017, 10:44:03 PM
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Lack of fallover server support makes this miner UNUSABLE in a production environment.
Fixing that should have been a priority a WHILE ago.


 Did some comparison testing on my 1070 ti rig between 0.5.5 and EWBF 0.3.4b yesterday - what I found was that DSTM gave a little higher hashrate when the cards were being run at a low power setting (under 70%, or 124 watts) but at that 124 watt point the hashrate was almost identical and EWBF started giving better hashrate above that point.
 The differences were small though, and DSTM seems to vary hashrate a lot more which makes it hard to do a good comparison.

 I also dislike the fixed 2% "developer contribution" level, MORE than makes up for the hashrate differences I've seen vs EWBF and EWBF lets YOU set the contribution rate (no, I don't use 0 - but 2% IMO is a RIPOFF when other software is so close on performance).


Were you checking hashrates in the miner or pool side?
Im finding that above a certain TDP your overclocks get unstable (still show up as 100% on pool side) and less hashrate get reported (irrespective of miner).
Only way to get direct comparison is to run identical hardware simultaneously for say 24 hours and then compare numbers pool side.
Repeat using different miner on each rig for another 24 hours and then average.
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