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Author Topic: [ANN] dstm's ZCash / Equihash Nvidia Miner v0.6.2 (Linux / Windows)  (Read 221827 times)
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December 31, 2017, 05:52:50 AM
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Jumped on .058 and saw a 5% decrease in CPU load and about 6GB less of ram being used (compared to .56). Good JOB! However I'm not a fan of the single connection. I think for 1) you get bigger shares which equals more than 2% dev fee and 2) Pools like Supernova and Mining Hub benefit from more workers than high shares. If you get a work unit and someone else completes before you do, than you get nothing. with multiple connections, you have more chances to take the share even if its a lower amount. People with Fiber will benefit from single connections, the rest will suffer. Please make .059 with multiple connection enabled again.
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December 31, 2017, 06:12:30 AM
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I guess with multiple connection my hashrate and amount of share was bigger than now. Could you add option in 0.5.9 which allow multiple connection or single connection.
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December 31, 2017, 06:31:19 AM
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Added ZM 0.5.8 to EthMonitoring.com for EthControl.

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December 31, 2017, 07:32:11 AM
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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.


I have just tested with EVGA 3G mini single fan as well.
But it looks like when I pushed core more than 135 the miner will crash.
At my current setting with +120 core, +120mem, 8 GPUs rig's stable at ~2336sol/s @85% power limit (average 290-293sol/s for each GPU).
Ah what's your GPU memory, Hynix or Samsung?
Btw, your payment fee is quite good, I need to pay roughly about 120$ for renting service.

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December 31, 2017, 08:12:20 AM
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http://www.miningspeed.com/miningspeed.png

Miningspeed made an automatic bat maker for DSTM.
http://www.miningspeed.com/launcher.jpg

Is asks you for a few simple questions:
You fill in the Coin you want to mine, the region your in, and the batch wil automatically make
 a second bat to launch it with 1 click afterwarths!

No hassle with trying to setup things!

Miners will mine straight to https://pool.miningspeed.com , wich has 0.4% fee

The bat generator:
DSTM batch generator
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December 31, 2017, 08:34:27 AM
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I guess with multiple connection my hashrate and amount of share was bigger than now. Could you add option in 0.5.9 which allow multiple connection or single connection.

Someone care to explain what the single/multiple connection thing is and how to tell which one you have? I'm still using 0.5.7, btw. Figured might as well wait for 0.6 before changing.
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December 31, 2017, 08:38:47 AM
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http://www.miningspeed.com/miningspeed.png

Miningspeed made an automatic bat maker for DSTM.
http://www.miningspeed.com/launcher.jpg

Is asks you for a few simple questions:
You fill in the Coin you want to mine, the region your in, and the batch wil automatically make
 a second bat to launch it with 1 click afterwarths!

No hassle with trying to setup things!

Miners will mine straight to https://pool.miningspeed.com , wich has 0.4% fee

The bat generator:
DSTM batch generator

i'm using this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2071108.0 as watchdog so i think it is not useful to me your bat generator,thanks anyway
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December 31, 2017, 11:10:30 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.

I try to understand it, hovewer currently it looks for me something like this (pseudocode):
Code:
if(timeToSolve <= 300) //example value
hashrate = 530 + rand()%2;
else if (timeToSolve > 300)
hashrate = 550 + rand()%2;
//etc.

Do not get me wrong, I wouldn't to controvert your programming skills, nonetheless it looks a bit strange comparing to other miners that performance changes with step resposne (function) and it would be great if you could take a look at it in your free time.
Thank you in advance.
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December 31, 2017, 01:15:35 PM
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I have just tested with EVGA 3G mini single fan as well.
But it looks like when I pushed core more than 135 the miner will crash.
At my current setting with +120 core, +120mem, 8 GPUs rig's stable at ~2336sol/s @85% power limit (average 290-293sol/s for each GPU).
Ah what's your GPU memory, Hynix or Samsung?
Btw, your payment fee is quite good, I need to pay roughly about 120$ for renting service.

It's weird because my rig is running at +150 core without any problem. The normalized hashrate is  305sol/s.
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December 31, 2017, 01:31:57 PM
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Hashrate of 0.5.7 seems pretty much the same as 0.5.6; not trying 0.5.8 on account of the single connection issue which I don't fully understand, but which sounds bad regardless.

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December 31, 2017, 03:09:02 PM
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Hashrate of 0.5.7 seems pretty much the same as 0.5.6; not trying 0.5.8 on account of the single connection issue which I don't fully understand, but which sounds bad regardless.



Single connection was added already to 0.5.7 I believe.
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December 31, 2017, 05:03:30 PM
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Hashrate of 0.5.7 seems pretty much the same as 0.5.6; not trying 0.5.8 on account of the single connection issue which I don't fully understand, but which sounds bad regardless.



Single connection was added already to 0.5.7 I believe.

Single connection was a definite plus for me.  Reduced rejected shares and more stable connection.  Seems to be be good for some people, not so good for others.  Maybe having it as an option would make everyone happy.  But the default should definitely be single connection.
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December 31, 2017, 10:45:49 PM
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Single connection was added already to 0.5.7 I believe.

Lol, so many versions of so many miners; so little time! Well, 0.5.7 has been chugging away for many hours and my the hashrate reported by the pool matches what dstm says it is, and I am seeing very few rejected shares - maybe 0.1% total?

To the op/dev: I'd really like to see a cumulative run time counter.

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December 31, 2017, 10:48:49 PM
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What error is this DSTM?

https://scontent.fmnl4-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/26166828_10156141042617975_7756155638669004339_n.jpg?_nc_eui2=v1%3AAeF9IPaiVbG3q-AQhZgAObj3FavgdgFGxkhfZ_J8CJLKYQE8EEm__Ynib9zc7gLVJNHIrrs8lA0-hxABgqPKfY7PlEAoGc22iIvhIhyvfnDr0A&oh=cca99659e07a449b566fa96d61e97432&oe=5AF37908
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January 01, 2018, 03:06:27 AM
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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.

Thanks!  Seems to run faster on flypool on my initial tests so far. 
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January 01, 2018, 03:23:05 AM
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New version running fine on Ubuntu 16.04 server.  Cant tell any difference from 0.5.7.
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January 01, 2018, 03:38:47 AM
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New version running fine on Ubuntu 16.04 server.  Cant tell any difference from 0.5.7.

Try increasing your Afterburner settings and see what you get..   My total Sol/s now are 2950 to 2961... used to be around 2890. 
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January 01, 2018, 04:39:02 AM
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New version running fine on Ubuntu 16.04 server.  Cant tell any difference from 0.5.7.

Try increasing your Afterburner settings and see what you get..   My total Sol/s now are 2950 to 2961... used to be around 2890. 
There is an MSI Afterburner version for the Linux command line?
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January 01, 2018, 08:02:57 AM
Last edit: January 01, 2018, 09:53:58 AM by minebomb
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Is it normal for hash rate to drop by half on DSTM miner console, NOT on pool hash rate. I am mining equihash on nicehash or miningpoolhub.

I cant understand why it does this. The gpus are not overheating or crashing. It is just a massive reduction in hash rate that's fixed by reboot of console.

It changes the difficulty rate and then drops.
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January 01, 2018, 01:26:35 PM
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New version running fine on Ubuntu 16.04 server.  Cant tell any difference from 0.5.7.

Try increasing your Afterburner settings and see what you get..   My total Sol/s now are 2950 to 2961... used to be around 2890.  

I'm already +700 mem and +200 core with my 1070Ti GPUs. Its ran all night with the new version so when I log into the box I'll check the SOL/s averages and see if they increased.
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