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Author Topic: [ANN] dstm's ZCash / Equihash Nvidia Miner v0.6.2 (Linux / Windows)  (Read 221812 times)
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January 27, 2018, 08:06:59 AM
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Thanks for the program!

So it works on my card MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 1607Mhz PCI-E 3.0 11264Mb 11124Mhz 352 bit DVI HDMI HDCP LIGHTNING Z (GTX 1080 TI LIGHTNING Z)


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GPU0  57C  Sol/s: 790.7  Sol/W: 3.24  Avg: 787.9  I/s: 421.9  Sh: 1.00   1.00 512

Screen: https://image.prntscr.com/image/RrVNO9MvTB6GPzbyPBZzaw.png

I will still test with the same settings EWBF''s CUDA miner Z cash issued 790-820 sol.
I think to tune A/B under your miner.

Afterburner screen: https://image.prntscr.com/image/7Rvby2IESL2GN45rLpPHkg.png

CUDA miner Z cash: https://image.prntscr.com/image/BulLm8OuTPWzHXnK4e7UgQ.png

Or I something not so do?
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January 27, 2018, 08:16:16 AM
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Hay guys any way to connect DSTM with Nicehash? Or mining equahash on DSTM @ nicehash pool?

https://www.nicehash.com/cpu-gpu-mining

Under "Select closest location for more efficient mining" you can generate the configs

example configs please Smiley
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January 27, 2018, 08:58:38 AM
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Any improvement, been a while since a good upgrade?

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January 27, 2018, 09:10:29 AM
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Any improvement, been a while since a good upgrade?
No need to hurry when making 300k a month.
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January 27, 2018, 09:20:35 AM
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Wait till 0.6.0 release, we will se what is added, is there any performance upgrade or so.
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January 27, 2018, 11:36:10 AM
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I have the same problem with DSTM 0.5.6, 0.5.7 and 0.5.8. Stable and fast as hell, but after one hour it starts to make less and less sol/s.. in three hours I'm getting half rate (I start with 680-700 sol/s and after 4 hours I end with 230 sol/s)... so my only solution is restart the miner. All the time no more than 60ºC, fan speed at 60%. I have two rigs, same specs and the same problem: Asrock H110 PRO + 13 Nvidia 1080Ti (up five different brands, mixed). Every rig have 4 PSUs: 3 x 1000W + 1 x 1600W and just one cable to power every riser (4 pin molex version) so no problems about power or temperature. I use simplemining without overclock, just power at 200W, no extra mhz in gpu core or memory. Is it a configuration problem?
I have the same problem.  With time, the miner just gets slower and slower... as if some lint was accumulating...but no errors are displayed, so I am blind to what's going on inside.

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Running 7x Nvidia 1080Ti, no overclocking, fans at 100%, temperatures no more than 63ºC

Hey, I was wrong!! The 0.5.7 version keep a stable sol/s ratio! So, the problem is: dstm 0.5.6 and 0.5.8 get slower. Use the 0.5.7 instead.
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January 27, 2018, 11:57:58 AM
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Hay guys any way to connect DSTM with Nicehash? Or mining equahash on DSTM @ nicehash pool?

The miner does not care which coin you mine. It calculates shares based on minimum difficulty and provides them back.
Coin switching on NiceHash should just as easy as on MPH:
Code:
zm.exe --server europe.equihash-hub.miningpoolhub.com --port 17023 --user user.worker --time --logfile --telemetry=0.0.0.0:8080

Hay guys any way to connect DSTM with Nicehash? Or mining equahash on DSTM @ nicehash pool?
https://www.nicehash.com/cpu-gpu-mining
Under "Select closest location for more efficient mining" you can generate the configs
example configs please Smiley
Information provided for EU and Equihash:
stratum+tcp://equihash.eu.nicehash.com:3357
stratum+ssl://equihash.eu.nicehash.com:33357
username: YourBitcoinAddress
password: x
Code:
zm.exe --server equihash.eu.nicehash.com --port 3357 --user YourBitcoinAddress.worker --pass x --time --logfile --telemetry=0.0.0.0:8080
You can check your results on: http://localhost:8080/
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January 27, 2018, 04:20:00 PM
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I actually advocated EWBF earlyer, but sticking with DSTM now Smiley Test ended with average 3049 EWBF vs 3099 DSTM. 50 free hashes? Sounds good for me... --fee 0 didn't helped EWBF. And at least in my case i still see 2% less shares then reported by miner. And even some say they see 1% reduce it still does not save EFBW.

And this is GDDR5X cards witch presumably should have worked better on EFBW.

P.S. I am not related to DSTM or EFBW in any way, long time used both but recent discussion in DSTM thread pushed me to do a test myself. Believe me or not, this was exactly same machiene of 6x1080 (non ti) not tweaked in any way for one or another miner, and it was not even restarted during test period.

https://imageking.eu/images/dstmcompar.png large image



So for us miners it is actually bad, DSTM does not have competition and would get out even with 3% fee....
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January 27, 2018, 04:34:29 PM
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I actually advocated EWBF earlyer, but sticking with DSTM now Smiley Test ended with average 3049 EWBF vs 3099 DSTM. 50 free hashes? Sounds good for me... --fee 0 didn't helped EWBF. And at least in my case i still see 2% less shares then reported by miner. And even some say they see 1% reduce it still does not save EFBW.

And this is GDDR5X cards witch presumably should have worked better on EFBW.

P.S. I am not related to DSTM or EFBW in any way, long time used both but recent discussion in DSTM thread pushed me to do a test myself. Believe me or not, this was exactly same machiene of 6x1080 (non ti) not tweaked in any way for one or another miner, and it was not even restarted during test period.

https://imageking.eu/images/dstmcompar.png large image



So for us miners it is actually bad, DSTM does not have competition and would get out even with 3% fee....

Why do you say "GDDR5X cards witch presumably should have worked better on EWBF"? Based on what? I have 2 x MSI gtx1080 gaming which are GDDR5X and they do slightly better than my 1070's in DSTM, but much better in EWBF - but still very similar (low 500's sol when at powerlimit 70, core +100, memory +50) in both.

When I mine neoscrypt my 1070s actually do better (!) which is crazy but I realize there is some kind of memory latency issue with GDDR5X. Has anyone worked out any way around this? Is there any way we can set or modify memory timings or anything else to mitigate this? According to CUDA processing power the 1080 should really do around 600 sol but the stupid memory is getting in the way. Maybe I will start a thread to ask about any possible solutions.

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I started mining with 1 AMD 7950 and 1 R9-280X. Then I gradually built my AMD operation into 12 R9-290s. Awesome ETH hash but ridiculous power consumption and heat. Over the last year I defected to the Nvidia team. I now use GTX 1070s. They were expensive to buy (probably a bargain now) but awesome hash rate vs. power consumption. blah blah blah blah
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January 27, 2018, 04:41:17 PM
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Why do you say "GDDR5X cards witch presumably should have worked better on EWBF"? Based on what?

DSTM stated that he will look into GDDR5X optimisation, and someone advocated EFBW to be better on GDDR5X cards here.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2021765.msg28416751#msg28416751

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January 27, 2018, 05:02:46 PM
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The demand on memory performance degrades with lower difficulty tests.
I would not trust anything running for short amount of time. EWBF for me died when he cannot even provide a binary over Google Drive (Trojan detection.)
DTSM became the miner of my choice thanks to a benchmark posted on http://www.zcashbenchmarks.info/

I still stand with my first assessment that the main downfall of this client is the ability to communicate and state things clearly...
 - Difficulty is not a float, but hex
 - Log is just an extension of the command line output
 - Command line output is just a status message
 - Telemetry replaces command line output (Good thing)
 - Current log makes little sense without further tools. (I would appreciate more details)

I think the log should contain:
 - TCP communication details (Hostname, IP, Port)
 - Share details (More than just + or *)
 - no performance ticks (Could be replaced by TXT file for benchmarking.)

Anyway I am looking forward to new versions, but I am sticking with 0.5.7. Performance on 0.5.8 is worse for me CPU wise.
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January 27, 2018, 11:19:16 PM
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Any improvement, been a while since a good upgrade?
No need to hurry when making 300k a month.

very true lol ... Ppl are paying for "no support".  With this kind of money he should be working on that program 24/7  Angry

I actually advocated EWBF earlyer, but sticking with DSTM now Smiley Test ended with average 3049 EWBF vs 3099 DSTM. 50 free hashes? Sounds good for me... --fee 0 didn't helped EWBF. And at least in my case i still see 2% less shares then reported by miner. And even some say they see 1% reduce it still does not save EFBW.

And this is GDDR5X cards witch presumably should have worked better on EFBW.

P.S. I am not related to DSTM or EFBW in any way, long time used both but recent discussion in DSTM thread pushed me to do a test myself. Believe me or not, this was exactly same machiene of 6x1080 (non ti) not tweaked in any way for one or another miner, and it was not even restarted during test period.

So for us miners it is actually bad, DSTM does not have competition and would get out even with 3% fee....
lul thats stupid man.
ewbf = 3049
dstm = 3099 - 2% = 3037

Why use DSTM if earning less ? Makes no sense. And yes, --fee 0 works in EWBF.


Why do you say "GDDR5X cards witch presumably should have worked better on EWBF"? Based on what?

DSTM stated that he will look into GDDR5X optimisation, and someone advocated EFBW to be better on GDDR5X cards here.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2021765.msg28416751#msg28416751



yes EWBF works better with GDD5X(1080, 1080Ti).
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January 28, 2018, 01:36:00 AM
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Hi, just switched 9 rigs to DSTM 0.5.8, using ethos 1.2.9.  I have a question regarding CPU Usage and was wondering if anyone has found and solution for this, here's the details

Rigs 6/7/8/9- Biostar TB250-BTCPRO/i3 7100 3.9ghz/120GB SSD/8GB RAM/12GPUs x Gigabyte 1070 Windforce OC
Rigs 10/11/12/13- ASROCK H110 Pro BTC/i3 7100 3.9ghz/120GB SSD/8GB RAM/13GPUs x Palit 1070 Super Jetstream
Rigs 14- Biostar TB250-BTCPRO/i3 7100 3.9ghz/120GB SSD/8GB RAM/12GPUs X Palit 1070ti Super Jetstream

DSTM miner program CPU load
Rigs 6/8/9 - 60% to 70%
Rig 7 - 30% to 35%
Rigs 10/11/12/13 - 65% to 75%
Rig 14 - 60% to 70%

All of the run of similar OC's and Power settings, I have been trying to figure out why the CPU usage Load on all these rigs are high except for Rig 7.  Has anyone have similar issues?



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January 28, 2018, 03:08:47 AM
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Any improvement, been a while since a good upgrade?
No need to hurry when making 300k a month.

Good one Wink
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January 28, 2018, 11:16:17 AM
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Congrats @dstm
You are about to be included in NiceHash Miner thats 100K + users.
https://github.com/nicehash/NiceHashMinerLegacy/commits/master

Keep up the good work!
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January 28, 2018, 11:37:12 AM
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lul thats stupid man.
ewbf = 3049
dstm = 3099 - 2% = 3037

Why use DSTM if earning less ? Makes no sense. And yes, --fee 0 works in EWBF.

Lul, guys here were right you are pretty stupid. Not stupid but actually dumb Cheesy 3099 is actual numbers from pool. But of course brain dead people does not read or actually try something, they just whine all around Smiley
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January 28, 2018, 12:23:15 PM
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lul thats stupid man.
ewbf = 3049
dstm = 3099 - 2% = 3037

Why use DSTM if earning less ? Makes no sense. And yes, --fee 0 works in EWBF.

Lul, guys here were right you are pretty stupid. Not stupid but actually dumb Cheesy 3099 is actual numbers from pool. But of course brain dead people does not read or actually try something, they just whine all around Smiley

You cannot compare hashrate reported by the pool so precisely.
It is calculated with the actual shares that you send.

Therefore, it vary depending on the day you mine, the difficulty, the number of miners, the pool hashrate,  network congestion, the latency, luck factor, and so on...
Too many parameters for a 50sols difference over 3000sols.

Just rerun your tests and you'll see that you wont get the exact same numbers.
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January 28, 2018, 12:42:32 PM
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You cannot compare hashrate reported by the pool so precisely.
It is calculated with the actual shares that you send.

Therefore, it vary depending on the day you mine, the difficulty, the number of miners, the pool hashrate,  network congestion, the latency, luck factor, and so on...


Better run your own tests... Lots of smart words put in one sentence but have no meaning all together.
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January 28, 2018, 01:00:28 PM
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You cannot compare hashrate reported by the pool so precisely.
It is calculated with the actual shares that you send.

Therefore, it vary depending on the day you mine, the difficulty, the number of miners, the pool hashrate,  network congestion, the latency, luck factor, and so on...


Better run your own tests... Lots of smart words put in one sentence but have no meaning all together.

Hashrate reported by the pool is calculated with the shares you send -> not precise.
Hashrate reported by the miner -> real hashrate (if you trust the dev)

There... less smart words. Do you understand?
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January 28, 2018, 05:14:29 PM
Last edit: January 28, 2018, 05:40:39 PM by fecker
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You cannot compare hashrate reported by the pool so precisely.
It is calculated with the actual shares that you send.

Therefore, it vary depending on the day you mine, the difficulty, the number of miners, the pool hashrate,  network congestion, the latency, luck factor, and so on...


Better run your own tests... Lots of smart words put in one sentence but have no meaning all together.
lol u cant use pools numbers to compare. once ur up and once down.
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