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December 30, 2017, 05:04:48 PM
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1060 3GB GPUs

This is with 150/1100/100 SMOS Overclock Settings

GPU1 53C Sol/s: 313.4 Sol/W: 3.18 Avg: 318.0 I/s: 171.1 Sh: 0.82 1.00 133
GPU0 56C Sol/s: 314.0 Sol/W: 3.20 Avg: 313.6 I/s: 167.2 Sh: 0.81 1.00 135
GPU2 54C Sol/s: 311.3 Sol/W: 3.29 Avg: 310.4 I/s: 165.8 Sh: 2.18 1.00 141
GPU3 56C Sol/s: 320.6 Sol/W: 3.27 Avg: 314.8 I/s: 169.0 Sh: 1.08 1.00 132
GPU4 56C Sol/s: 319.3 Sol/W: 3.21 Avg: 319.7 I/s: 170.0 Sh: 1.63 1.00 133
GPU5 60C Sol/s: 324.5 Sol/W: 3.21 Avg: 322.3 I/s: 172.2 Sh: 1.91 1.00 134
========== Sol/s: 1903.1 Sol/W: 3.23 Avg: 1898.7 I/s: 1015.3 Sh: 8.42 1.00 134
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December 30, 2017, 05:12:22 PM
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1060 3GB GPUs

This is with 150/1100/90 SMOS Overclock Settings

GPU1 51C Sol/s: 308.3 Sol/W: 3.44 Avg: 309.2 I/s: 166.2 Sh: 1.87 1.00 127
GPU0 54C Sol/s: 307.9 Sol/W: 3.42 Avg: 305.0 I/s: 163.4 Sh: 2.23 1.00 135
GPU2 52C Sol/s: 301.8 Sol/W: 3.49 Avg: 303.6 I/s: 162.0 Sh: 2.23 1.00 130
GPU3 54C Sol/s: 302.9 Sol/W: 3.47 Avg: 308.8 I/s: 164.9 Sh: 0.75 1.00 130
GPU4 54C Sol/s: 309.3 Sol/W: 3.45 Avg: 308.5 I/s: 165.0 Sh: 1.12 1.00 128
GPU5 58C Sol/s: 314.1 Sol/W: 3.50 Avg: 313.3 I/s: 168.2 Sh: 2.61 1.00 124
========== Sol/s: 1844.4 Sol/W: 3.46 Avg: 1848.4 I/s: 989.8 Sh: 10.82 1.00 129
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December 30, 2017, 05:16:24 PM
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Hmmm, I can't get close to those numbers.  Even at 150/1100/110 I'm barely cracking 300 across all the cards.

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December 30, 2017, 05:22:54 PM
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Hmmm, I can't get close to those numbers.  Even at 150/1100/110 I'm barely cracking 300 across all the cards.



I'm going for more SOLs...power efficiency (and running cooler) is great, but I only pay .10/KWh

I'll limit power during the hot summer months.

This is with 150/1100/120 SMOS Overclock Settings

GPU0 58C Sol/s: 324.7 Sol/W: 2.82 Avg: 321.8 I/s: 173.0 Sh: 1.99 1.00 133
GPU1 57C Sol/s: 334.2 Sol/W: 2.77 Avg: 332.7 I/s: 176.1 Sh: 1.98 1.00 135
GPU2 57C Sol/s: 322.9 Sol/W: 2.87 Avg: 324.2 I/s: 173.4 Sh: 0.99 1.00 141
GPU3 58C Sol/s: 325.2 Sol/W: 2.92 Avg: 324.4 I/s: 173.3 Sh: 1.00 1.00 137
GPU4 59C Sol/s: 325.3 Sol/W: 2.80 Avg: 329.6 I/s: 175.8 Sh: 3.00 1.00 132
GPU5 64C Sol/s: 328.5 Sol/W: 2.80 Avg: 329.7 I/s: 177.6 Sh: 2.00 1.00 134
========== Sol/s: 1960.8 Sol/W: 2.83 Avg: 1962.5 I/s: 1049.2 Sh: 10.95 1.00 135
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December 30, 2017, 05:36:54 PM
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GPU0 64C Sol/s: 279.7 Sol/W: 3.49 Avg: 277.9 I/s: 146.8 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU1 63C Sol/s: 280.4 Sol/W: 3.50 Avg: 280.0 I/s: 147.7 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU2 64C Sol/s: 272.3 Sol/W: 3.44 Avg: 274.2 I/s: 147.6 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU3 69C Sol/s: 274.8 Sol/W: 3.40 Avg: 271.6 I/s: 145.9 Sh: 0.99 1.00 104
GPU4 66C Sol/s: 282.2 Sol/W: 3.49 Avg: 276.2 I/s: 147.4 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU5 60C Sol/s: 281.9 Sol/W: 3.51 Avg: 279.6 I/s: 148.9 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU6 67C Sol/s: 298.0 Sol/W: 2.71 Avg: 293.5 I/s: 156.9 Sh: 0.00 . .
> GPU7 65C Sol/s: 297.4 Sol/W: 2.72 Avg: 294.7 I/s: 158.4 Sh: 1.98 1.00 114
========== Sol/s: 2266.9 Sol/W: 3.28 Avg: 2247.8 I/s: 1199.5 Sh: 2.97 1.00 109

This is with 6&7 turned up to your settings 150/1100/110 as they seem to be the best cards, but still top out at ~300Sol/s.

What do the numbers in your rig list look like?  For some reason the memory clock numbers don't change even when I change them in overclock settings, maybe that's my issue:

This is what my Core/Mem column looks like:
1721 1733 1695 1733 1708 1733 1911 1961 (80,80,80,80,80,80,110,110)
3802 3802 3802 3802 3802 3802 3802 3802

The Memory numbers on the last two should be higher, since that is how they are set in the OC settings, but you can see they don't change like the core numbers do.
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December 30, 2017, 05:57:04 PM
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GPU0 64C Sol/s: 279.7 Sol/W: 3.49 Avg: 277.9 I/s: 146.8 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU1 63C Sol/s: 280.4 Sol/W: 3.50 Avg: 280.0 I/s: 147.7 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU2 64C Sol/s: 272.3 Sol/W: 3.44 Avg: 274.2 I/s: 147.6 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU3 69C Sol/s: 274.8 Sol/W: 3.40 Avg: 271.6 I/s: 145.9 Sh: 0.99 1.00 104
GPU4 66C Sol/s: 282.2 Sol/W: 3.49 Avg: 276.2 I/s: 147.4 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU5 60C Sol/s: 281.9 Sol/W: 3.51 Avg: 279.6 I/s: 148.9 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU6 67C Sol/s: 298.0 Sol/W: 2.71 Avg: 293.5 I/s: 156.9 Sh: 0.00 . .
> GPU7 65C Sol/s: 297.4 Sol/W: 2.72 Avg: 294.7 I/s: 158.4 Sh: 1.98 1.00 114
========== Sol/s: 2266.9 Sol/W: 3.28 Avg: 2247.8 I/s: 1199.5 Sh: 2.97 1.00 109

This is with 6&7 turned up to your settings 150/1100/110 as they seem to be the best cards, but still top out at ~300Sol/s.

What do the numbers in your rig list look like?  For some reason the memory clock numbers don't change even when I change them in overclock settings, maybe that's my issue:

This is what my Core/Mem column looks like:
1721 1733 1695 1733 1708 1733 1911 1961 (80,80,80,80,80,80,110,110)
3802 3802 3802 3802 3802 3802 3802 3802

The Memory numbers on the last two should be higher, since that is how they are set in the OC settings, but you can see they don't change like the core numbers do.

I use a single setting for all 6 GPUs, I just setup this rig the other day and haven't spent much time tweaking it. I haven't checked, but I'm assuming the cards have decent memory (not Hynix).

Try 110watt power limit for all cards and see what you get for Sol/s. I'm running 120watts, but I have great cooling in my office (I have my open rack next to open window) and it's 20 degrees F outside right now.

2050 2062 2037 2050 2075 2088 (120)
4353 4353 4353 4353 4353 4353

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December 30, 2017, 06:00:40 PM
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Yeah, you must have better cards and I must have the Hynix memory not Samsung.  I tried all of them up at 110W and your settings and my core and memory numbers never got that high.  The cards topped out at ~300Sol/s on that setting.  This is the best mine get at the 150/1100/110 settings:

> GPU2 65C Sol/s: 295.2 Sol/W: 2.75 Avg: 295.5 I/s: 156.6 Sh: 0.00 . .
> GPU0 65C Sol/s: 294.7 Sol/W: 2.76 Avg: 296.9 I/s: 156.7 Sh: 0.00 . .
> GPU1 65C Sol/s: 288.4 Sol/W: 2.70 Avg: 294.8 I/s: 157.4 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU3 69C Sol/s: 292.3 Sol/W: 2.79 Avg: 293.0 I/s: 155.0 Sh: 1.50 1.00 109
GPU4 66C Sol/s: 295.5 Sol/W: 2.90 Avg: 295.5 I/s: 155.7 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU5 61C Sol/s: 291.7 Sol/W: 2.71 Avg: 291.0 I/s: 157.8 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU6 61C Sol/s: 301.0 Sol/W: 2.80 Avg: 299.7 I/s: 157.5 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU7 56C Sol/s: 295.8 Sol/W: 2.87 Avg: 296.1 I/s: 158.8 Sh: 0.00 . .
========== Sol/s: 2354.7 Sol/W: 2.79 Avg: 2362.6 I/s: 1255.5 Sh: 1.50 1.00 109
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December 30, 2017, 06:17:50 PM
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Yeah, you must have better cards and I must have the Hynix memory not Samsung.  I tried all of them up at 110W and your settings and my core and memory numbers never got that high.  The cards topped out at ~300Sol/s on that setting.  This is the best mine get at the 150/1100/110 settings:

> GPU2 65C Sol/s: 295.2 Sol/W: 2.75 Avg: 295.5 I/s: 156.6 Sh: 0.00 . .
> GPU0 65C Sol/s: 294.7 Sol/W: 2.76 Avg: 296.9 I/s: 156.7 Sh: 0.00 . .
> GPU1 65C Sol/s: 288.4 Sol/W: 2.70 Avg: 294.8 I/s: 157.4 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU3 69C Sol/s: 292.3 Sol/W: 2.79 Avg: 293.0 I/s: 155.0 Sh: 1.50 1.00 109
GPU4 66C Sol/s: 295.5 Sol/W: 2.90 Avg: 295.5 I/s: 155.7 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU5 61C Sol/s: 291.7 Sol/W: 2.71 Avg: 291.0 I/s: 157.8 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU6 61C Sol/s: 301.0 Sol/W: 2.80 Avg: 299.7 I/s: 157.5 Sh: 0.00 . .
GPU7 56C Sol/s: 295.8 Sol/W: 2.87 Avg: 296.1 I/s: 158.8 Sh: 0.00 . .
========== Sol/s: 2354.7 Sol/W: 2.79 Avg: 2362.6 I/s: 1255.5 Sh: 1.50 1.00 109

This miner improved my hashrates mining zen from around .73 to .98/Day with a slight change in OC settings in SMOS, I'm happy:
KH/S
2,312,756

ZEN/Day
0.988

After comparing this to whattomine, suprnova's stats seem dubious at best...

Even happier when my two new GIGABYTE GV-N1060G1 and M.2 adapter cards arrive next week. Landed the two cards for $420 total...much better bang for the buck then the 1070/1080's.
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December 30, 2017, 06:41:18 PM
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GPU: Gigabyte Windforce 2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB (Samsung)
OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1

Power Limit:   72% (around 86W)
Core Clock:    168
VRam Clock:    760
Video Driver:  388.59
Fan Speed:     66%
MSI Afterburn: 4.4.0

GPU0 61C Sol/s: 303.2 Sol/W: 3.45 Avg: 298.9 I/s: 160.1 Sh: 2.20

Power limit it can be up more but it will not be justifie speed gain aka from 300 (86W) to a my be 320 (102W) aka 16W it will not push much more Share/second .... plus temp it will jump from steady 61C with 66% Fan Speed to a 67C same fan speed. Soo from my point best tuning for x60 is Power limit 72-74% = 86-88W optimal Sol/W ration
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December 30, 2017, 06:58:06 PM
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Getting 499-510 sol/s with my Zotac 1070s. Was on 470-480 on EWBF before. Thanks a lot!

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December 30, 2017, 07:32:19 PM
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https://imgur.com/a/eN8NX

My clocking setup and results for the GTX 1060.
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December 30, 2017, 10:22:00 PM
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Hi,

Does the miner works with GTX 880M
 
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December 30, 2017, 11:17:14 PM
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Hi,

Does the miner works with GTX 880M
 
GTX 880M is based on Kepler architecture while this is for Maxwell and Pascal.
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December 31, 2017, 12:08:02 AM
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I'm mininig using GTX 1080. Today I've noticed one strange bug (?).

I'm overclocking my GPU. If the memory has + 100-249mhz my hashrate oscilates close to 520-530 sol/s and It's close to 282-285. But only if I add 1mhz (249 -> 250) my hashrate increases approximately to 560 sol/s and It/s to almost 300.

I've run miner few times and checked this several times after hashrate stabilization. Always the same. Is this normal?
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December 31, 2017, 02:04:33 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.


Thanks,. . "120/650 for the 1070's",,.. I had mine at 140 core and about 550mem...   not sure if it matter to have them switched around a little or not.
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December 31, 2017, 02:14:10 AM
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I'm mininig using GTX 1080. Today I've noticed one strange bug (?).

I'm overclocking my GPU. If the memory has + 100-249mhz my hashrate oscilates close to 520-530 sol/s and It's close to 282-285. But only if I add 1mhz (249 -> 250) my hashrate increases approximately to 560 sol/s and It/s to almost 300.

I've run miner few times and checked this several times after hashrate stabilization. Always the same. Is this normal?

ZM measures the time your GPU has required to execute the solver (using the most accurate clocks your system provides) and calculates all the values based on this. So this is how your hardware/drivers/overclocking-program behaves.
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December 31, 2017, 02:17:17 AM
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GPU: Gigabyte Windforce 2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB (Samsung)
OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1

Power Limit:   72% (around 86W)
Core Clock:    168
VRam Clock:    760
Video Driver:  388.59
Fan Speed:     66%
MSI Afterburn: 4.4.0

GPU0 61C Sol/s: 303.2 Sol/W: 3.45 Avg: 298.9 I/s: 160.1 Sh: 2.20

Power limit it can be up more but it will not be justifie speed gain aka from 300 (86W) to a my be 320 (102W) aka 16W it will not push much more Share/second .... plus temp it will jump from steady 61C with 66% Fan Speed to a 67C same fan speed. Soo from my point best tuning for x60 is Power limit 72-74% = 86-88W optimal Sol/W ration

Agreed....I pay 0.06C /KWh,  so I do the avg 320.5 S/s @ 90%TDP
I get that with about 380 Vram OC, and 170 OC core. Runs at 67°C without any A/C.
Same OS, EVGA 3GB mini, single Fan.
On Flypool my Shares average about 1.18.
Payout is estimated @ $75/month right now.

Seems that the AMD R7 360 Radeon core is named after my tiny country...mebbe i should switch? Tongue


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New Version 0.5.8

con: add support for protocol v.01000020
link openssl statically

I'm releasing 0.5.8 before the planned 0.6 due to recent requests/interest in Zclassic. Pools reporting protocol version 01000020 are supported now. 0.5.8 links latest openssl statically - zm should work fine now for people who had difficulties with openssl libraries on their distributions.
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December 31, 2017, 03:07:47 AM
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I've got this running smooth on Win 7 (x64) SP 1, now. Getting the same as I was on Win 10.

Mining ZEN on Supernova.

   GPU0    61C   Sol/s: 185.6  Sol/W: 0.00  Avg: 184.2  I/s: 99.6   Sh: 2.59   0.99 188 ++
   GPU1    56C   Sol/s: 190.2  Sol/W: 0.00  Avg: 186.6  I/s: 100.1  Sh: 2.76  1.00 190 +
   ========== Sol/s: 375.8  Sol/W: 0.00  Avg: 370.7  I/s: 199.7  Sh: 5.35  0.99 189

Still just the two 1050 Ti's... waiting for more parts in the mail. Smiley

388.13 Drivers/Pwr 90%/Core +100/Mem +600/Fan 50%

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December 31, 2017, 05:26:17 AM
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what does it mean? and why does it happen?

#  GPU3  rejected share: [20,"Invalid Equihash solution"]
#  GPU1  rejected share: [21,"Stale job!"]

What do those codes mean? and how can I reduce them?
Thanks
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