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Author Topic: [ANN] dstm's ZCash / Equihash Nvidia Miner v0.6.2 (Linux / Windows)  (Read 221808 times)
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January 24, 2018, 02:38:29 PM
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Fecker, don't you wanna get the "feck" out of here, please? And oh BTW, it is not EKWB, it is EWBF miner you are using, so use it and stop bitching at DSTM thread about fees again and again... EKWB is company that makes watercooling solution.

Whats your problem stupido? Did he insult someone? He stated the truth, EWBF performs better or at least the same on GDDR5X cards, but takes no fee...

Who is whiner here?

EWBF has 2% fee with lower hashrate. If you use -nodevfee option you lose approx. 5% performance. There is no "free miners" fyi.

I'm not so sure if that's true. My hash speed is the same with fee or without it.
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January 24, 2018, 03:15:15 PM
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Hi, i'm a total newby in mining, so i need some reference about performance.

I'm using my workstation an old Precision Dell T7500 Xeon 6Core 24gb 1xPNY-GTX-1070, mining at miningpoolhub. This weekend i'm going to build a rig with 4xGB-GTX1070

This are my rig numbers, working with Equihas-dstm (zm.exe) :

485 sol/s 3.84 sol/w
Are this numbers good enough?

AfterBurner OC settings:

Core + 190(GPU-Z 1830 Avg)
Memory + 775 (GPU-Z 2288 Avg)
PW 84%
Temp. 57ºC

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January 24, 2018, 04:14:27 PM
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Fecker, don't you wanna get the "feck" out of here, please? And oh BTW, it is not EKWB, it is EWBF miner you are using, so use it and stop bitching at DSTM thread about fees again and again... EKWB is company that makes watercooling solution.

Whats your problem stupido? Did he insult someone? He stated the truth, EWBF performs better or at least the same on GDDR5X cards, but takes no fee...

Who is whiner here?

EWBF has 2% fee with lower hashrate. If you use -nodevfee option you lose approx. 5% performance. There is no "free miners" fyi.

I'm not so sure if that's true. My hash speed is the same with fee or without it.

EWBF Clearly stated it under the option.
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January 24, 2018, 05:52:28 PM
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EWBF Clearly stated it under the option.

It is so sad so many dumb people got into mining these days... EWBF dont have "-nodevfee" option, EWBF does not made any statements about 5% less hash... It is sad some people are dumb enough not to distinguish one miner from another but "smart" enough to buy a pack of GPU and call themself miners...
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January 24, 2018, 06:02:18 PM
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Fecker, don't you wanna get the "feck" out of here, please? And oh BTW, it is not EKWB, it is EWBF miner you are using, so use it and stop bitching at DSTM thread about fees again and again... EKWB is company that makes watercooling solution.

Whats your problem stupido? Did he insult someone? He stated the truth, EWBF performs better or at least the same on GDDR5X cards, but takes no fee...

Who is whiner here?

EWBF has 2% fee with lower hashrate. If you use -nodevfee option you lose approx. 5% performance. There is no "free miners" fyi.

I'm not so sure if that's true. My hash speed is the same with fee or without it.

EWBF Clearly stated it under the option.

You've mistaken it with claymore i guess.
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January 24, 2018, 08:49:44 PM
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EWBF has a fee that can be turned off but hashrate will be reduced.

See https://cryptoyeti.com/ewbf-zcash-cuda-miner/

Similar to the Claymore miner (which does not currently support Zcash mining under Windows), the EWBF miner contains a 2% developer fee which can be turned off in the batch file. It is noted in the thread that disabling the fee will slightly reduce hashing power, similar to that same behavior with Claymore’s miner.
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January 24, 2018, 09:44:30 PM
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Who else want to tell us his extremly important opinion about devfee?

This is a crypto-community, right? Not a challenge to find the most greedy person?

Just pay the fee or go and write your own miner, what could be easier to understand?
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January 25, 2018, 01:09:23 AM
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EWBF Clearly stated it under the option.

It is so sad so many dumb people got into mining these days... EWBF dont have "-nodevfee" option, EWBF does not made any statements about 5% less hash... It is sad some people are dumb enough not to distinguish one miner from another but "smart" enough to buy a pack of GPU and call themself miners...

Its so sad people like you try to use invalid arguments. The 5% is approximation made by the users that used -nofee on EWBF. Here is a link for your illiterate dumbfuck https://cryptoyeti.com/ewbf-zcash-cuda-miner/ or read his readme, --help
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January 25, 2018, 03:33:36 AM
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<quietly leaves the room>
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January 25, 2018, 07:01:00 AM
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EWBF Clearly stated it under the option.

It is so sad so many dumb people got into mining these days... EWBF dont have "-nodevfee" option, EWBF does not made any statements about 5% less hash... It is sad some people are dumb enough not to distinguish one miner from another but "smart" enough to buy a pack of GPU and call themself miners...

Its so sad people like you try to use invalid arguments. The 5% is approximation made by the users that used -nofee on EWBF. Here is a link for your illiterate dumbfuck https://cryptoyeti.com/ewbf-zcash-cuda-miner/ or read his readme, --help

Are you disabled or what, maybe you have some text understanding problems? If you are dumb enough again to use "--nofee on EFWB" and expect there will be no fee - go ahead Cheesy

Where is that users " The 5% is approximation made by the users" in the link? Who is that users? What they "approximated"?
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January 25, 2018, 07:29:34 AM
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wow guys.  Good job in the name calling and everything. 

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2007661.0

there is a clear conversion that you can turn off the devfee and there is proof that if you look in the 'devfee' string log the miner will still mine on the developer's pool. 

So:
yes, you can turn the devfee off.
yes, if you do, you will mine slower.  reason - IAW the devfee string log, it will mine in the dev's pool.  It just will not deposit the coin.

at the end, we didn't make the program.  Give credit where due.  if you don't want to pay the dev fee, then try to learn to write your own. 

I have no issues paying a fee.  I think 1% is more reasonable, but im not a coder and can't complete with them.

https://www.reddit.com/r/zec/comments/7iwhgh/how_does_dev_fee_work_on_ewbf_cuda_miner/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yV67ZJ_5quk

http://ethereumfaq.org/disable-miner-fee-in-ewbf-miner-0691/

5mins of google search...
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January 25, 2018, 07:51:10 AM
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So:
yes, you can turn the devfee off.
yes, if you do, you will mine slower.  reason - IAW the devfee string log, it will mine in the dev's pool.  It just will not deposit the coin.

at the end, we didn't make the program.  Give credit where due.  if you don't want to pay the dev fee, then try to learn to write your own.  

I have no issues paying a fee.  I think 1% is more reasonable, but im not a coder and can't complete with them.


Hey, this "discussion" has started from GDDR5X card performance on DSTM vs. EWBF, and one of the users stated (and was instantly insulted by a dumbass in this thread) that in current DSTM performance state EWBF outperforms it on GDDR5X cards + you can turn off fee or set to 1% if you see it is more reasonable.

From my side this was not question about fee itself but performance, and why someone must pay fee on less performing miner...

Currently i am running 6x1080 rig on flypool on EWBF for 24 hrs and will switch to DSTM to check real situation in GDDR5X EWBF vs. DSTM

Fee or not to fee is not the question, though 1% to me also would be prefferable, if you make 100K or 50K per day i dont see big difference, i would live with 10K per day....

If dev see that this is his lifetime opportunity to build a "fortune" that is his choice. We as users still have choice of different miners/algos/pools etc.
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January 25, 2018, 08:54:23 AM
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So:
yes, you can turn the devfee off.
yes, if you do, you will mine slower.  reason - IAW the devfee string log, it will mine in the dev's pool.  It just will not deposit the coin.

at the end, we didn't make the program.  Give credit where due.  if you don't want to pay the dev fee, then try to learn to write your own.  

I have no issues paying a fee.  I think 1% is more reasonable, but im not a coder and can't complete with them.


Hey, this "discussion" has started from GDDR5X card performance on DSTM vs. EWBF, and one of the users stated (and was instantly insulted by a dumbass in this thread) that in current DSTM performance state EWBF outperforms it on GDDR5X cards + you can turn off fee or set to 1% if you see it is more reasonable.

From my side this was not question about fee itself but performance, and why someone must pay fee on less performing miner...

Currently i am running 6x1080 rig on flypool on EWBF for 24 hrs and will switch to DSTM to check real situation in GDDR5X EWBF vs. DSTM

Fee or not to fee is not the question, though 1% to me also would be prefferable, if you make 100K or 50K per day i dont see big difference, i would live with 10K per day....

If dev see that this is his lifetime opportunity to build a "fortune" that is his choice. We as users still have choice of different miners/algos/pools etc.

Hey dumbass (yes, you)  Wink

this discussion started many posts before, by fecker and one other guy, that was complaining about fees as well, and developer clearly stated out, that he will not reduce fee (and many of us support that). Anyway fecker still whining and complaining, and ok that’s maybe fine, but it is not fine, to clearly express under this thread his support to guy, that makes software to disable the developer fee in DSTM. Such a support doesn't belong to any thread and especially to this thread. If you disable devfee by a third party software, you are not stealing from just developer, but in some way from all of us who pays him (all of us who understands some basic principles of business and also moral). It had nothing to do with GDDR5X. So please, first read, or just STFU, before you call someone dumbass...

...comprende stupido? Thanks!  Wink
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January 25, 2018, 08:56:06 AM
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Who else want to tell us his extremly important opinion about devfee?

This is a crypto-community, right? Not a challenge to find the most greedy person?

Just pay the fee or go and write your own miner, what could be easier to understand?
I agree with this, the problem is that a crypto-community is inherently greedy.  Grin
People should respect dstm, I've been following the dstm miner from the start and it's a good miner deserving of the fee.

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January 25, 2018, 09:20:18 AM
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Charging 2% here from all profits is just ridiculous , this guy is making millions monthly yet he hides behind anonymity and brilliant "customer service" (yes, you are paying him).
This pretty much.
Here its a working program for fee remove
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2800586.0
I DO hope you can get it working under Windows 10. Cheers  Kiss
Any 1080 (Non-Ti) users here??? How about your hashrate when using DSTM miner??? 
Yes, standard 1080 FE, running 0.9V(85% TDP), can get ez 2000MHz, but doing 1974MHz, watercooled, keeping it at about 37C, XOC bios(may affect sols in a negative way), +550 on mems.
Doing 570Sols with EKWB. DSTM is not good for GDDR5X cards(1080, 1080Ti).
If you can do 570 with EKWB with 0 fee, why would u do 570 x 0.98 (2% fee)= 558.6 with DSTM? Doesnt make sense.

Fecker, don't you wanna get the "feck" out of here, please? And oh BTW, it is not EKWB, it is EWBF miner you are using, so use it and stop bitching at DSTM thread about fees again and again... EKWB is company that makes watercooling solution.

Quote specially for you mind disabled fella @Atronoss - dude stated some facts and calculations about his rig and observation on GDDR5X and here you jump in telling him what to do.
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January 25, 2018, 09:24:47 AM
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Charging 2% here from all profits is just ridiculous , this guy is making millions monthly yet he hides behind anonymity and brilliant "customer service" (yes, you are paying him).
This pretty much.
Here its a working program for fee remove
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2800586.0
I DO hope you can get it working under Windows 10. Cheers  Kiss
Any 1080 (Non-Ti) users here??? How about your hashrate when using DSTM miner??? 
Yes, standard 1080 FE, running 0.9V(85% TDP), can get ez 2000MHz, but doing 1974MHz, watercooled, keeping it at about 37C, XOC bios(may affect sols in a negative way), +550 on mems.
Doing 570Sols with EKWB. DSTM is not good for GDDR5X cards(1080, 1080Ti).
If you can do 570 with EKWB with 0 fee, why would u do 570 x 0.98 (2% fee)= 558.6 with DSTM? Doesnt make sense.

Fecker, don't you wanna get the "feck" out of here, please? And oh BTW, it is not EKWB, it is EWBF miner you are using, so use it and stop bitching at DSTM thread about fees again and again... EKWB is company that makes watercooling solution.

Quote specially for you mind disabled fella @Atronoss - dude stated some facts and calculations about his rig and observation on GDDR5X and here you jump in telling him what to do.

So specially for you take a look at this:

"I DO hope you can get it working under Windows 10. Cheers"

as a reply for:

"Here its a working program for fee remove"
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January 25, 2018, 09:28:46 AM
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So specially for you take a look at this:

"I DO hope you can get it working under Windows 10. Cheers"

as a reply for:

"Here its a working program for fee remove"

I dont care about fee removal, all my statements related to GDDR5X performance on DSTM vs. EWFB, if you do not even have rigs with this cards just pass my posts.

And as i said iam currently doing some tests to confirm or deny feckers words. And after ~30 hrs i will be able to provide results here.
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January 25, 2018, 09:37:05 AM
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So specially for you take a look at this:

"I DO hope you can get it working under Windows 10. Cheers"

as a reply for:

"Here its a working program for fee remove"

I dont care about fee removal, all my statements related to GDDR5X performance on DSTM vs. EWFB, if you do not even have rigs with this cards just pass my posts.

I never said you have something against fee, but you just jumped into long going discussion and called me stupido in first post, and later even dumbass, without trying to understand what was this all about.

And I never said anything about GDDR5X performance, as I said, this dev fee discussion was long going and what I said to fecker was only because of our previous discussion and because of his support for third party software to remove fee.

And BTW yes, I also have one 1080 Ti in my rig.

Nevermind, I guess, we finally cleared the situation and do not need to insult each other anymore.
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January 25, 2018, 12:01:08 PM
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Can anyone share a real testing results? What miner is better for ZEC on 1070?
For me all of them look the same: 460-480 sols after fine CPU tuning.

Sols "drawed" by miner can be fales, you'd need test actual results on some pool that provides enough infomation about your hashrate, i am trying some testing on flypool. Though i am not sure it gives correct numbers, but at least difference should be seein if there are any difference.
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January 25, 2018, 12:20:27 PM
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Also I'm registering some problems with DSTM's ZM miner 0.5.8 while reconnecting to the pool (it happened just twice for 14 days - nothing terrible):

Computer si WINDOWS 10 ENTERPRISE LTSB 2016 64-BIT, MSI GTX 1080 Ti, 100 Mbps wired network, uptime around 4 days.

On other computers I'm running 0.5.7 and it never happened yet.

http://www.atronoss.com/files/storage/dstm/2018-01-25_081035.png
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