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Author Topic: [ANN] dstm's ZCash / Equihash Nvidia Miner v0.6.2 (Linux / Windows)  (Read 221708 times)
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December 29, 2017, 09:27:46 PM
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December 30, 2017, 04:18:20 AM
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Overlock GTX 1070 can increase hashrate to 510~520+ Sol/s, each card.

But it's may be unstable(crash, black screen etc.), you need to do some test, find the right settings of your card.

 Overclocking memory on a GTX 1070 doesn't seem to help noticeably IF at all on equihash mining - overclock CORE does help some usually.

 Might depend on the specific card though.


My Gigabyte 1070's and 1070ti's definitely benefit from both core and memory overclock.  I have done extensive testing and both seem to increase hashrates independently, around 5 to 15%  I only mine equihash.

 I didn't say anything about 1070 ti cards here - and do keep in mind I'm the one Voskcoin credits with the "+200 +700" settings he used in that first 1070 ti equihash rig video of his. 9-)

 Many of my 1070 cards ARE Gigabyte, and dropping memory from +500 (as high as they go and stay stable) to -500 had ZERO effect on hashrate.
 Might be power level related, since I'm running them around 105 watts for EFFICIENT mining, not pushing them for max hashrate.
 Might also be a difference between LINUX and Windows or the specific drivers, but I doubt that.



My 1070's run with a +650 mem overclock (totally stable) and reducing that to zero or even only +300 reduces hashrates noticeably.  I run my cards at 65% which equates to around 120 watts.  Running on Windows 10 with the latest drivers.

Mine is close.. What do you have the Power limit at?  And core clock/temp limit?
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December 30, 2017, 04:37:11 AM
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Overlock GTX 1070 can increase hashrate to 510~520+ Sol/s, each card.

But it's may be unstable(crash, black screen etc.), you need to do some test, find the right settings of your card.

 Overclocking memory on a GTX 1070 doesn't seem to help noticeably IF at all on equihash mining - overclock CORE does help some usually.

 Might depend on the specific card though.


My Gigabyte 1070's and 1070ti's definitely benefit from both core and memory overclock.  I have done extensive testing and both seem to increase hashrates independently, around 5 to 15%  I only mine equihash.

 I didn't say anything about 1070 ti cards here - and do keep in mind I'm the one Voskcoin credits with the "+200 +700" settings he used in that first 1070 ti equihash rig video of his. 9-)

 Many of my 1070 cards ARE Gigabyte, and dropping memory from +500 (as high as they go and stay stable) to -500 had ZERO effect on hashrate.
 Might be power level related, since I'm running them around 105 watts for EFFICIENT mining, not pushing them for max hashrate.
 Might also be a difference between LINUX and Windows or the specific drivers, but I doubt that.



My 1070's run with a +650 mem overclock (totally stable) and reducing that to zero or even only +300 reduces hashrates noticeably.  I run my cards at 65% which equates to around 120 watts.  Running on Windows 10 with the latest drivers.

Mine is close.. What do you have the Power limit at?  And core clock/temp limit?


Like I said, power limit is set to 65% on all cards.  Temp limit is 70 celsius.  Core/Mem is 200/700 for the 1070ti's and 120/650 for the 1070's.  Took me many days of testing to find the highest clocks that are stable for my cards.

I get around 500 sol/s (4.3 sol/w) on the 1070ti's and 460 sol/s (3.9 sol/w) for the 1070's.
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December 30, 2017, 05:33:34 AM
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New here. Could not find a reference to last 3 digit # column just before the + marks with version 0.57.
Can anyone identify what it means please?
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December 30, 2017, 05:54:51 AM
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New here. Could not find a reference to last 3 digit # column just before the + marks with version 0.57.
Can anyone identify what it means please?

Network latency to the pool.  It's mentioned in OP.
Sh: <shares per minute> <accepted shares ratio> <network latency in ms>
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December 30, 2017, 05:56:41 AM
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Has anyone had experience with this miner dropping hash rate significantly over time?

I have 2 rigs each with 13 x 1070s running on SMOS.  The rigs start out at a delicious 6300 sol/s, but over about 8 hours drop steadily to about 3500 sol/s.  

Obviously this is a non starter for me.  My only guess is perhaps the CPU is getting overwhelmed with so many cards in the rig?  I'm no Linux expert so I don't know how I'd even check that.
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December 30, 2017, 05:59:35 AM
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Has anyone had experience with this miner dropping hash rate significantly over time?

I have 2 rigs each with 13 x 1070s running on SMOS.  The rigs start out at a delicious 6300 sol/s, but over about 8 hours drop steadily to about 3500 sol/s.  

Obviously this is a non starter for me.  My only guess is perhaps the CPU is getting overwhelmed with so many cards in the rig?  I'm no Linux expert so I don't know how I'd even check that.

ruled out anything related to temp target set in config file?
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December 30, 2017, 06:07:34 AM
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Has anyone had experience with this miner dropping hash rate significantly over time?

I have 2 rigs each with 13 x 1070s running on SMOS.  The rigs start out at a delicious 6300 sol/s, but over about 8 hours drop steadily to about 3500 sol/s.  

Obviously this is a non starter for me.  My only guess is perhaps the CPU is getting overwhelmed with so many cards in the rig?  I'm no Linux expert so I don't know how I'd even check that.

ruled out anything related to temp target set in config file?

Good question. 

I'm not using a config file, just booting from command line.  I didn't set --temp-target so this feature should not be active.

Here's my command line:

--server <servername> --port <portname> --user <myusername>.<myrigname> --pass <mypass> --time --telemetry=0.0.0.0:42000

Obscured my actual settings with <variables> but you get the drift.
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December 30, 2017, 06:30:38 AM
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Has anyone had experience with this miner dropping hash rate significantly over time?

I have 2 rigs each with 13 x 1070s running on SMOS.  The rigs start out at a delicious 6300 sol/s, but over about 8 hours drop steadily to about 3500 sol/s.  

Obviously this is a non starter for me.  My only guess is perhaps the CPU is getting overwhelmed with so many cards in the rig?  I'm no Linux expert so I don't know how I'd even check that.

ruled out anything related to temp target set in config file?

Good question. 

I'm not using a config file, just booting from command line.  I didn't set --temp-target so this feature should not be active.

Here's my command line:

--server <servername> --port <portname> --user <myusername>.<myrigname> --pass <mypass> --time --telemetry=0.0.0.0:42000

Obscured my actual settings with <variables> but you get the drift.

Only thing that pops in my mind would be the cards are stuck at lower clock state somehow.  Tried monitoring the clock speeds with nvidia-smi?
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December 30, 2017, 07:20:53 AM
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Only thing that pops in my mind would be the cards are stuck at lower clock state somehow.  Tried monitoring the clock speeds with nvidia-smi?

Didn't even know that was a thing.  I'll give it a try, thanks for the suggestion!
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December 30, 2017, 01:26:41 PM
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Testing this right now with 6x 1060 6gb OC - a rig i use for testing.
Normally running claymore on dagger getting a nice 22 mh/s.

Getting this as an average:

GPU1  46C  Sol/s: 300.0  Sol/W: 4.14  Avg: 296.6  I/s: 158.8  Sh: 0.25   1.00 31

Does anybody have sol/s rates for a 1060 to see where if this could do better?
Also, what do the +++ on the right mean?
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Last edit: December 30, 2017, 02:58:58 PM by Protofabtt
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Testing this right now with 6x 1060 6gb OC - a rig i use for testing.
Normally running claymore on dagger getting a nice 22 mh/s.

Getting this as an average:

GPU1  46C  Sol/s: 300.0  Sol/W: 4.14  Avg: 296.6  I/s: 158.8  Sh: 0.25   1.00 31

Does anybody have sol/s rates for a 1060 to see where if this could do better?
Also, what do the +++ on the right mean?

I have a Hynix impaired 3GB EVGA single fan 1060 mini,  Embarrassed. I have forced P0 mode for the memory using the Nvidia inspector utility.

While I get 19.7 MH for ETH, I get 317 S/s average for Zcash. ETH settings are not Optimal for ZEC which is more GPU intensive.
The compromise is power eff%. I am running at 90% TDP to achieve a 80% Mem controller utilization with  150 Mhz OC for both MEM and GPU. The mem OC seems to do little other than give me headroom to use the PC while it mines. Stock config gives about 290 Sol/S with P0 wait state mode enabled.

The +++ indicates u got 3 shares in the last 20 sec or so (update display time)

Here's my first 11 hours on Flypool.
https://mega.nz/#!UXZ0kJLR!OM-sB5HPtc9KYZsvcLvFvYpH3N3LmZOHMaeuxYlq5yI
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December 30, 2017, 03:11:49 PM
Last edit: December 30, 2017, 03:42:25 PM by kommando98
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I just set up my 8x1060 3GB rig through SMOS and I'm not seeing any plus signs on the right of the cards.  The other numbers seem to indicate they are earning shares, based on shares/min numbers, etc but the lack of "+" is concerning me!

GPU0 68C Sol/s: 272.7 Sol/W: 3.44 Avg: 274.2 I/s: 146.2 Sh: 1.49 1.00 98
GPU2 68C Sol/s: 276.4 Sol/W: 3.44 Avg: 275.6 I/s: 147.2 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU1 66C Sol/s: 270.9 Sol/W: 3.47 Avg: 273.4 I/s: 147.3 Sh: 1.49 1.00 101
GPU3 68C Sol/s: 267.6 Sol/W: 3.40 Avg: 269.8 I/s: 146.1 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU4 68C Sol/s: 271.6 Sol/W: 3.42 Avg: 271.8 I/s: 147.3 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU5 62C Sol/s: 274.9 Sol/W: 3.48 Avg: 279.1 I/s: 148.7 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU6 65C Sol/s: 279.9 Sol/W: 3.50 Avg: 280.0 I/s: 148.2 Sh: 4.49 1.00 97
GPU7 56C Sol/s: 287.3 Sol/W: 3.62 Avg: 289.1 I/s: 151.4 Sh: 2.99 1.00 98
========== Sol/s: 2201.2 Sol/W: 3.47 Avg: 2212.9 I/s: 1182.4 Sh: 10.45 1.00 98

 If it matters, I'm using dwarfpool.  Maybe it is due to the RBPPS and the payouts don't take place until a block is found?  

Edit:  just spotted a "*", still waiting on a "+".  Haha!
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December 30, 2017, 03:36:20 PM
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Great performance with this miner on SimpleMining.
I was getting under 300 sols per 1060 3GB GPU (6 GPUs), now I'm getting as much as 333 sols per card!
Way better than EWBF.

Getting between 1917-1947 sols using 150/1100/110 settings in overclocking in simpleminer!
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December 30, 2017, 03:39:47 PM
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Testing this right now with 6x 1060 6gb OC - a rig i use for testing.
Normally running claymore on dagger getting a nice 22 mh/s.

Getting this as an average:

GPU1  46C  Sol/s: 300.0  Sol/W: 4.14  Avg: 296.6  I/s: 158.8  Sh: 0.25   1.00 31

Does anybody have sol/s rates for a 1060 to see where if this could do better?
Also, what do the +++ on the right mean?

My evga 1060 6gb solo fan 70%PL 190 core 380 memory 65% fanspeed

 GPU4  65C  Sol/s: 306.9  Sol/W: 3.86  Avg: 312.3  I/s: 167.4  Sh: 0.76   1.00 62  +
   GPU1  65C  Sol/s: 311.5  Sol/W: 3.94  Avg: 304.0  I/s: 162.9  Sh: 0.73   1.00 51
   GPU0  60C  Sol/s: 302.2  Sol/W: 4.10  Avg: 311.9  I/s: 167.0  Sh: 0.80   0.99 54
   GPU3  62C  Sol/s: 317.9  Sol/W: 3.79  Avg: 317.1  I/s: 170.1  Sh: 0.78   1.00 47
>  GPU2  62C  Sol/s: 308.1  Sol/W: 3.93  Avg: 307.6  I/s: 164.9  Sh: 0.77   1.00 50  +
>  GPU5  66C  Sol/s: 313.7  Sol/W: 4.04  Avg: 303.4  I/s: 161.1  Sh: 0.74   0.99 47
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December 30, 2017, 03:43:40 PM
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Great performance with this miner on SimpleMining.
I was getting under 300 sols per 1060 3GB GPU (6 GPUs), now I'm getting as much as 333 sols per card!
Way better than EWBF.

Getting between 1917-1947 sols using 150/1100/110 settings in overclocking in simpleminer!

I'm going to have to try those overclock settings!  What is your Sol/W number with that setup?  I'm currently debating between max efficiency or max output!
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December 30, 2017, 03:54:31 PM
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Hi all

i was mining on Suprnova ZenCash and Whattomine show i need to get 0,053682 ZenCash for 6h but o got 0.032. Why is that? What pool is best for Zencash?
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December 30, 2017, 04:09:47 PM
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Hi
Can you help to run this miner on GTX880M:

D:\Project Document\ZCash(ZEC)\Cuda Miner\zm_0.5.7_win\zm_0.5.7_win>zm --server
eu1-zcash.flypool.org  --port 3333 --user t1Ja3TR6QBRDUd897sLn1YSeKc8HnWmvHbu
#  zm 0.5.7
#  GPU0 + GeForce GTX 880M         MB: 4096  PCI: 1:0

#  connected to: eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3333
#  server set difficulty to: 0004189374bc6a7ef9db22d0...
gpu_id 0 42933008 0 invalid argument
gpu 0 unresponsive - check overclocking
cudaMemcpy 1 failed

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December 30, 2017, 04:43:24 PM
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Great performance with this miner on SimpleMining.
I was getting under 300 sols per 1060 3GB GPU (6 GPUs), now I'm getting as much as 333 sols per card!
Way better than EWBF.

Getting between 1917-1947 sols using 150/1100/110 settings in overclocking in simpleminer!

I'm going to have to try those overclock settings!  What is your Sol/W number with that setup?  I'm currently debating between max efficiency or max output!

GPU1 56C Sol/s: 323.4 Sol/W: 2.96 Avg: 324.8 I/s: 173.8 Sh: 0.80 1.00 134
GPU4 60C Sol/s: 320.3 Sol/W: 2.95 Avg: 322.8 I/s: 173.5 Sh: 0.74 1.00 135
GPU2 58C Sol/s: 317.1 Sol/W: 3.06 Avg: 317.3 I/s: 169.4 Sh: 0.69 1.00 131
GPU0 60C Sol/s: 321.4 Sol/W: 2.96 Avg: 318.7 I/s: 171.0 Sh: 0.91 0.99 132
GPU3 61C Sol/s: 314.0 Sol/W: 3.03 Avg: 319.2 I/s: 171.0 Sh: 0.98 1.00 133
GPU5 63C Sol/s: 325.2 Sol/W: 2.98 Avg: 326.7 I/s: 175.0 Sh: 0.97 1.00 136
========== Sol/s: 1921.5 Sol/W: 2.99 Avg: 1929.5 I/s: 1033.7 Sh: 5.09 1.00 133
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December 30, 2017, 04:56:28 PM
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Hi
Can you help to run this miner on GTX880M:

D:\Project Document\ZCash(ZEC)\Cuda Miner\zm_0.5.7_win\zm_0.5.7_win>zm --server
eu1-zcash.flypool.org  --port 3333 --user t1Ja3TR6QBRDUd897sLn1YSeKc8HnWmvHbu
#  zm 0.5.7
#  GPU0 + GeForce GTX 880M         MB: 4096  PCI: 1:0

#  connected to: eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3333
#  server set difficulty to: 0004189374bc6a7ef9db22d0...
gpu_id 0 42933008 0 invalid argument
gpu 0 unresponsive - check overclocking
cudaMemcpy 1 failed



Not super sure, but I think 880M has Kepler core, so you might not be able to run, since it is designed for Maxwell at least.
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