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Author Topic: [ANN] dstm's ZCash / Equihash Nvidia Miner v0.6.2 (Linux / Windows)  (Read 221711 times)
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November 27, 2017, 08:20:45 PM
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hello i previesly used EWBF and now i started using dstm's mining. Where i can see how much shares in total is accepted like in EWBF?

And is this normal for Asus Strix GTX 1080 Ti 85%TDP +100 +300 and Asus Dual GTX 1060 85%TDP  +155 +700

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2017-11-27 21.17.06|>  GPU0  57C  Sol/s: 735.6  Sol/W: 3.23  Avg: 752.5  I/s: 401.3  Sh: 1.99   1.00 76  +
2017-11-27 21.17.09|   GPU1  62C  Sol/s: 327.9  Sol/W: 3.27  Avg: 331.2  I/s: 176.4  Sh: 0.99   1.00 77
2017-11-27 21.17.09|   ========== Sol/s: 1063.5 Sol/W: 3.25  Avg: 1083.6 I/s: 577.8  Sh: 2.99   1.00 76
2017-11-27 21.17.26|   GPU0  57C  Sol/s: 762.7  Sol/W: 3.24  Avg: 752.9  I/s: 401.2  Sh: 2.31   1.00 76  +++
2017-11-27 21.17.29|   GPU1  63C  Sol/s: 329.7  Sol/W: 3.27  Avg: 331.1  I/s: 174.5  Sh: 1.08   1.00 76  +
2017-11-27 21.17.29|   ========== Sol/s: 1092.4 Sol/W: 3.25  Avg: 1084.0 I/s: 575.8  Sh: 3.40   1.00 76
2017-11-27 21.17.46|   GPU0  58C  Sol/s: 762.5  Sol/W: 3.24  Avg: 753.4  I/s: 401.0  Sh: 2.34   1.00 75  +
2017-11-27 21.17.49|   GPU1  63C  Sol/s: 325.6  Sol/W: 3.27  Avg: 330.9  I/s: 174.9  Sh: 1.17   1.00 76  +
2017-11-27 21.17.49|   ========== Sol/s: 1088.1 Sol/W: 3.25  Avg: 1084.2 I/s: 575.9  Sh: 3.51   1.00 75
2017-11-27 21.18.06|   GPU0  57C  Sol/s: 745.8  Sol/W: 3.24  Avg: 753.0  I/s: 401.1  Sh: 2.24   1.00 75
2017-11-27 21.18.10|   GPU1  63C  Sol/s: 331.9  Sol/W: 3.27  Avg: 330.9  I/s: 175.0  Sh: 1.24   1.00 75  +
2017-11-27 21.18.10|   ========== Sol/s: 1077.7 Sol/W: 3.25  Avg: 1083.9 I/s: 576.1  Sh: 3.49   1.00 75
2017-11-27 21.18.26|   GPU0  57C  Sol/s: 760.2  Sol/W: 3.24  Avg: 753.3  I/s: 401.3  Sh: 2.27   1.00 374 +
2017-11-27 21.18.30|   GPU1  63C  Sol/s: 323.0  Sol/W: 3.26  Avg: 330.6  I/s: 175.1  Sh: 1.31   1.00 75  +
2017-11-27 21.18.30|   ========== Sol/s: 1083.2 Sol/W: 3.25  Avg: 1083.9 I/s: 576.4  Sh: 3.59   1.00 224
2017-11-27 21.18.46|   GPU0  57C  Sol/s: 758.9  Sol/W: 3.24  Avg: 753.5  I/s: 401.2  Sh: 2.30   1.00 75  +
2017-11-27 21.18.50|   GPU1  63C  Sol/s: 323.9  Sol/W: 3.26  Avg: 330.3  I/s: 173.3  Sh: 1.26   1.00 75
2017-11-27 21.18.50|   ========== Sol/s: 1082.8 Sol/W: 3.25  Avg: 1083.9 I/s: 574.5  Sh: 3.56   1.00 75
2017-11-27 21.19.06|>  GPU0  58C  Sol/s: 745.8  Sol/W: 3.24  Avg: 753.3  I/s: 401.3  Sh: 2.33   1.00 75  +
2017-11-27 21.19.10|>  GPU1  64C  Sol/s: 327.6  Sol/W: 3.26  Avg: 330.2  I/s: 173.1  Sh: 1.32   1.00 75  +
2017-11-27 21.19.10|   ========== Sol/s: 1073.4 Sol/W: 3.25  Avg: 1083.5 I/s: 574.4  Sh: 3.65   1.00 75


And what that "1"at end mean?
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November 27, 2017, 08:52:05 PM
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hi all  Grin, im learn mining 4days ago and try dtsm can u help to see my settings right or wrong Huh?

Msi Afterburner
Power Limit 100
Temp Limit 83
Core +125
Mem +750

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zm --server asia.pool.gold --port 3044 --user wallet.1050ti --pass x

#  zm 0.5.6
#  GPU0 + GeForce GTX 1050 Ti      MB: 4096  PCI: 1:0

#  GPU0  connected to: asia.pool.gold:3044
#  GPU0  server set difficulty to: 001400000000000000000000...
>  GPU0  63C  Sol/s: 195.4  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 195.4  I/s: 104.8  Sh: 5.95   1.00 320 ++
   GPU0  63C  Sol/s: 189.9  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 192.6  I/s: 102.8  Sh: 2.98   1.00 320
>  GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 194.7  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 193.3  I/s: 103.2  Sh: 2.98   1.00 62  +
   GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 191.5  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 192.9  I/s: 102.5  Sh: 2.23   1.00 62
   GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 188.8  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 192.0  I/s: 102.2  Sh: 2.98   1.00 71  ++
#  GPU0  server set difficulty to: 000d55555555555580000000...
>  GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 195.2  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 192.6  I/s: 101.9  Sh: 2.49   1.00 71
   GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 189.4  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 192.1  I/s: 102.1  Sh: 2.13   1.00 71
   GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 190.8  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 191.9  I/s: 102.2  Sh: 2.24   1.00 71  +
>  GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 190.9  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 191.8  I/s: 101.7  Sh: 1.99   1.00 71
   GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 195.3  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 192.2  I/s: 101.3  Sh: 2.09   1.00 148 +
   GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 187.8  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 191.8  I/s: 101.5  Sh: 1.90   1.00 148
>  GPU0  64C  Sol/s: 186.0  Sol/W: inf   Avg: 191.3  I/s: 101.4  Sh: 2.24   1.00 64  ++
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November 27, 2017, 08:54:47 PM
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Questions:
- Why GPU0 has PCI 1.0?

It's in fact the hardware ID of your PCI slot they're numbered like this. slot 1 is 1:0, slot 2 is 2:0, you probably jumped one slot to make the card fit on the motherboard.

And what that "1"at end mean?

The "failed" share amount,  when you submit a share to the pool sometimes it fail because of computation error or delay.
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November 27, 2017, 09:00:50 PM
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And what that "1"at end mean?
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The "failed" share amount


where can i view total accepted?
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November 27, 2017, 09:02:36 PM
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where can i view total accepted?

On the recap line

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2017-11-27 21.19.10|   ========== Sol/s: 1073.4 Sol/W: 3.25  Avg: 1083.5 I/s: 574.4  Sh: 3.65   1.00 75

sh:3.65 (share accepted) 1.0 (rejected)

i'm not 100% sure because the number doesn't seems to always increase, there must be some computation not shown in the log somewhere. Better see with the webinterface or the Json API
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November 27, 2017, 09:06:22 PM
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You do realise you have to pay 2% for this miner, when EWBF is free is you have the no fee option, you dont lose any speed either.
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November 27, 2017, 09:07:36 PM
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You do realise you have to pay 2% for this miner, when EWBF is free is you have the no fee option, you dont lose any speed either.

EWBF is slower for me by about 7% (2680sols/s vs 2860sols/s), i get a good +5% with this miner if i substract the fee, but it doesn't seems to be the same for everyone, depending which card your run and your powerlevels. Most people report more than 2% increased hashrate than with EWBF, so all good. The fee also support future development, EWBF being dead for months. Not a bad deal i think.
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November 27, 2017, 09:12:25 PM
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You do realise you have to pay 2% for this miner, when EWBF is free is you have the no fee option, you dont lose any speed either.

EWBF is slower for me by about 7% (2680sols/s vs 2860sols/s), i get a good +5% with this miner if i substract the fee, but it doesn't seems to be the same for everyone, depending which card your run and your powerlevels. Most people report more than 2% increased hashrate than with EWBF, so all good. The fee also support future development, EWBF being dead for months. Not a bad deal i think.

I think a lot is the CPU you are running, i have got ryzens so maybe that is why i get the better speed on it?
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November 27, 2017, 09:14:55 PM
Last edit: November 27, 2017, 09:46:14 PM by Acrefawn
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Hello DSTM! Thank you for your work and new versions! Keep it going! We believe in you!!!

Hello guys (again)!
Want to remind to all of you, that if somebody has any problems with stability of EWBF, DSTM, CLAYMORE miners or needs some extra control over your rigs please read carefully my message below.

I want to introduce to you a script, which can solve most of your problems. It is a result of half a year hard work with my beta testers. Now it is clean of any bugs and ready to be introduced for the wide mining community.

1) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2071108.0
2) https://forum.z.cash/t/cmd-equihash-miner-autorun-autorestart-watchdog-for-ewbf-claymore-dstm/20640

It will definetely reduce your valuable time spent near your rigs, because this script will do all the work for you. Just start it and forget about your rigs, relax or do anything else. In case of any problem this script will restart your miner, or the rig, if necessary. It will notify you by Telegramm message about all problems and corrective actions taken. It is open source code (CMD/BAT, not an .exe or something like this), so anyone can check throug the code if needed.
Enjoy your life, let the script to monitor your rigs for you.

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November 27, 2017, 09:15:18 PM
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You do realise you have to pay 2% for this miner, when EWBF is free is you have the no fee option, you dont lose any speed either.

EWBF is slower for me by about 7% (2680sols/s vs 2860sols/s), i get a good +5% with this miner if i substract the fee, but it doesn't seems to be the same for everyone, depending which card your run and your powerlevels. Most people report more than 2% increased hashrate than with EWBF, so all good. The fee also support future development, EWBF being dead for months. Not a bad deal i think.

I think a lot is the CPU you are running, i have got ryzens so maybe that is why i get the better speed on it?

The cpu shouldn't come in play, especially with dtsm being so light as cpu load goes, more like for cards lower than 1070 (1050 to 1070) this miner is pretty well optimised, alot of people comparing speed are with 1080/1080Ti that aren't as well optimised hence the close hashrate with EWBF. But as soon as he optimise it, EWBF will probably be on the losing side. We'll see, healthy competition good for everyone  Cool
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November 27, 2017, 11:39:25 PM
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You do realise you have to pay 2% for this miner, when EWBF is free is you have the no fee option, you dont lose any speed either.

My GTX 1060 with same settings on EWBF was around 300 Sols,  with dstm has ~330 at 85% +155 core and +700 mem.
GTX 1080 Ti was  730-750 on EWBF but here is more 740-750+. So i think that 2% is ok and this miner will be updated so i expect better performance etc.
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November 28, 2017, 12:27:00 AM
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It might be faster than EWBF -  I am still testing - but the problem I see is rejected shares due to "Invalid solution".

I run my own pool for Zen at www.digitaldigs.ca and I am testing with the DSTM miner.  When I use the same rig with EWBF I get 100% efficiency (all shares accepted as valid).  When I use DSTM, I get a whole bunch of Invalid Solution on the pool side (I am running Z-Nomp).

This actually makes it slower than EWBF by quite a bit. Maybe if this was solved, then this would be a good miner.  Right now, I can't recommend it.

Jim
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November 28, 2017, 12:33:31 AM
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You do realise you have to pay 2% for this miner, when EWBF is free is you have the no fee option, you dont lose any speed either.

EWBF is not free it has a adjustable fee but you can mine with it free by turning off the fee and lose some hash . i don't mind the fee if the  DEV doesn't act greedy .. an i won't jump your ass for complaining either because saying some thing gets thing done being silent doesn't.

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November 28, 2017, 12:45:20 AM
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Hello DSTM! Thank you for your work and new versions! Keep it going! We believe in you!!!

Hello guys (again)!
Want to remind to all of you, that if somebody has any problems with stability of EWBF, DSTM, CLAYMORE miners or needs some extra control over your rigs please read carefully my message below.

I want to introduce to you a script, which can solve most of your problems. It is a result of half a year hard work with my beta testers. Now it is clean of any bugs and ready to be introduced for the wide mining community.

1) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2071108.0
2) https://forum.z.cash/t/cmd-equihash-miner-autorun-autorestart-watchdog-for-ewbf-claymore-dstm/20640

It will definetely reduce your valuable time spent near your rigs, because this script will do all the work for you. Just start it and forget about your rigs, relax or do anything else. In case of any problem this script will restart your miner, or the rig, if necessary. It will notify you by Telegramm message about all problems and corrective actions taken. It is open source code (CMD/BAT, not an .exe or something like this), so anyone can check throug the code if needed.
Enjoy your life, let the script to monitor your rigs for you.



I love your Autostart program. Its the best one Ive seen (used it on ebwf and will now use it with dstm).
Thank you for keeping it free. And especially love how quickly you update your software to match the miner updates.

Keep it up!!
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November 28, 2017, 12:48:04 AM
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You do realise you have to pay 2% for this miner, when EWBF is free is you have the no fee option, you dont lose any speed either.

ewbf was more unstable for my rig. Needed acrefawn's autorestart program to reset the miner every 2 hours to keep mining.
I like dstm as he is active and I show him my support. The very recent update covers more than his 2% fee in performance so Im not going to worry about it.  
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November 28, 2017, 01:38:37 AM
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I have to apologize and eat my words....it appears my problem with Invalid Solution was a hardware/overclock issue.

So...now I just need to determine if DSTM is actually any faster.  Since I have both the client and the pool side, I will be able to check and see if it really is better or not.  I will let you know.

Jim
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November 28, 2017, 02:58:56 AM
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The new version is working great after reworking my overclock. The oc I had been using with previous versions was causing the miner to crash. Reducing the oc managed to keep about the same rate while slightly increasing efficiency from about 3.3 Sol/W to about 3.5.

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ID DEVICE NAME °C ∅ Sol/s ∅ Sol/W ∅ Watt
0 GeForce GTX 1070 55 498.70 3.53 141.56

Keep up the good work.  Grin
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November 28, 2017, 04:07:54 AM
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i been keeping same OC i used with EWBF but i noticed that on flypool i have invalid shares...
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November 28, 2017, 04:59:56 AM
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Ok...I have confirmed that it IS actually faster.  Between 8%-14%.

Seems to actually be worth it.

Jim
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works fine for me.  Got also a boost of 5%.
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