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November 01, 2017, 04:07:03 PM
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You can use --temp-target to enable temperature controller.
Well, if I set "--temp-target 82" the miner will stop after getting 83C, correct?
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November 01, 2017, 04:12:46 PM
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You can use --temp-target to enable temperature controller.
Well, if I set "--temp-target 82" the miner will stop after getting 83C, correct?

No, zm has an proper temperature controller, it doesn't simply stop on reaching the target temperature, zm adjusts the performance of each GPU continuously such that the temperature stays around the value you set.
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November 01, 2017, 04:55:09 PM
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The miner crashes when i start it with --dev 1 option, without the option it works perfectly. Also, on 0.5.2 version it works normally with --dev 1 option. Do you know what could be the problem? The application crashes immediately upon starting.
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November 01, 2017, 05:07:33 PM
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The miner crashes when i start it with --dev 1 option, without the option it works perfectly. Also, on 0.5.2 version it works normally with --dev 1 option. Do you know what could be the problem? The application crashes immediately upon starting.
Tnx.

It's a bug in 0.5.3. It's fixed in the current development branch, so it will work in 0.5.4 again.
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November 01, 2017, 05:15:56 PM
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Hello dstm,

could you adapt your miner for the Zero (ZER) Equihash variant?
(see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1796036.0)

Thank you.

This requires some more work/time, I'll take a look at it later, can't promise when.

Thank you for the reply.

The Zero (ZER) coin is now quite intersting to mine.
But the only GPU miner that I know, OptiminerZero (https://github.com/Optiminer/OptiminerZero), uses too much CPU time and it can't be used in my 8x1080ti rigs.

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November 01, 2017, 05:53:34 PM
Last edit: November 01, 2017, 06:09:33 PM by The_Immortal
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dstm,
You can use --temp-target to enable temperature controller.
Well, if I set "--temp-target 82" the miner will stop after getting 83C, correct?

No, zm has an proper temperature controller, it doesn't simply stop on reaching the target temperature, zm adjusts the performance of each GPU continuously such that the temperature stays around the value you set.
Could you please tell me how do you adjust the performance of GPU - by descreasing clocks?

And what about it:
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could you adapt your miner for the Zero (ZER) Equihash variant?)
I see no sense to optimize miner for specific forks as it should works on the same rate for every coins on Equihash algorithm.
Am i right?
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November 01, 2017, 06:16:12 PM
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Could you please tell me how do you adjust the performance of GPU - by descreasing clocks?

I see, this is an inaccurate description - actually it's wrong - zm doesn't adjust the performance it adjusts the workload of the GPU i.e. zm adjusts the amount of work it submits to the GPU - I'll improve the description for --temp-target.
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November 01, 2017, 07:09:00 PM
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For people that have asked for BTG.
ZM works fine on BTG pools.
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November 01, 2017, 09:24:22 PM
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hey bro, thx for version 0.5.3 ! it's faster than 0.3.4b but i have a question : can i check somehow my gpu's power consumption? like in 0.3.4b miner with command "--pec".

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November 01, 2017, 09:37:24 PM
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In %, how much is this miner better than EWBFs?
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November 01, 2017, 09:45:14 PM
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In %, how much is this miner better than EWBFs?

For me on 1070s and 1080s it's about 4-5% better (at least reported by the miner).
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November 01, 2017, 10:12:27 PM
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In %, how much is this miner better than EWBFs?
1080Ti is 3% better, but it has 2% devfee and i had EWBF in 1% devfee so, it is marginally better but not by much.

if fee where 1% it would be interesting. Grin

in 1080 (non TI's )  it's the same as EWBF because it is a liiiiiiitle faster, but the 1%more fee kills that difference.

It uses a bit more CPU but not much, 6 x 1080s loads a G3250 Intel at 70% (EWBF is 30-40% CPU usage), so if you had a celeron (unless it is one of the new ones) you could be in trouble Smiley but on a dual core intel/amd, perfectly ok.

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November 01, 2017, 10:56:44 PM
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5.3 is much cpu friendly
I used to get 3200-3250 with 12x1060 and ewbf and getting around 3380-3440 with dstm

Is it possible to make output to sort by gpu instaed of random?

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Nov 02 02:18:38 AM| GPU5 61C Sol/s: 285.1 Sol/W: 3.83 Avg: 285.7 I/s: 153.2 Sh: 2.45 0.97 1030 ++
Nov 02 02:18:39 AM| GPU3 50C Sol/s: 287.5 Sol/W: 3.84 Avg: 286.4 I/s: 153.1 Sh: 2.17 0.99 1029
Nov 02 02:18:49 AM|> GPU9 59C Sol/s: 273.6 Sol/W: 3.80 Avg: 282.4 I/s: 151.3 Sh: 2.23 0.99 1031 ++
Nov 02 02:18:51 AM|> GPU6 61C Sol/s: 284.8 Sol/W: 3.83 Avg: 285.2 I/s: 152.6 Sh: 2.01 1.00 1029 +++
Nov 02 02:18:53 AM|> GPU8 54C Sol/s: 283.3 Sol/W: 3.82 Avg: 285.1 I/s: 152.6 Sh: 2.54 0.97 1031 ++
Nov 02 02:18:54 AM|> GPU4 53C Sol/s: 267.3 Sol/W: 4.03 Avg: 267.0 I/s: 140.6 Sh: 2.09 1.00 1031 +
Nov 02 02:18:55 AM|> GPU11 63C Sol/s: 280.3 Sol/W: 3.83 Avg: 285.2 I/s: 153.0 Sh: 2.21 1.00 1030 +
Nov 02 02:18:55 AM| ========= Sol/s: 3378.6 Sol/W: 3.84 Avg: 3395.1 I/s: 1815.5 Sh: 26.62 0.99 1031
Nov 02 02:18:56 AM|> GPU7 60C Sol/s: 284.0 Sol/W: 3.81 Avg: 284.3 I/s: 152.2 Sh: 1.84 1.00 1030
Nov 02 02:18:57 AM|> GPU1 54C Sol/s: 288.0 Sol/W: 3.84 Avg: 283.5 I/s: 151.7 Sh: 2.52 1.00 1050
Nov 02 02:18:57 AM|> GPU2 54C Sol/s: 295.9 Sol/W: 3.84 Avg: 285.9 I/s: 153.1 Sh: 2.28 1.00 1032 +
Nov 02 02:18:57 AM|> GPU10 62C Sol/s: 282.8 Sol/W: 3.77 Avg: 280.9 I/s: 150.6 Sh: 2.39 0.99 1030
Nov 02 02:18:57 AM|> GPU0 60C Sol/s: 284.6 Sol/W: 3.81 Avg: 283.6 I/s: 151.7 Sh: 1.83 1.00 1029
Nov 02 02:18:58 AM|> GPU5 61C Sol/s: 281.9 Sol/W: 3.83 Avg: 285.7 I/s: 153.1 Sh: 2.43 0.97 1030
Nov 02 02:18:59 AM|> GPU3 49C Sol/s: 284.1 Sol/W: 3.84 Avg: 286.4 I/s: 153.1 Sh: 2.17 0.99 1032 +

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November 01, 2017, 11:22:54 PM
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In %, how much is this miner better than EWBFs?
1080Ti is 3% better, but it has 2% devfee and i had EWBF in 1% devfee so, it is marginally better but not by much.

if fee where 1% it would be interesting. Grin

in 1080 (non TI's )  it's the same as EWBF because it is a liiiiiiitle faster, but the 1%more fee kills that difference.

It uses a bit more CPU but not much, 6 x 1080s loads a G3250 Intel at 70% (EWBF is 30-40% CPU usage), so if you had a celeron (unless it is one of the new ones) you could be in trouble Smiley but on a dual core intel/amd, perfectly ok.

Sorry, but you are wrong buddy. Fee is the same as ewbf

" EWBF Version 0.3.4b.

EWBF's Zcash cuda miner.
Expected speeds 500 sols/s gtx 1080, 444 sols/s gtx1070. 300 gtx1060 6G. Stock settings.
Writen for pascal gpus but works on cards with at least 1Gb memory, and Compute Capability 2 and higher.
Miner contain dev fee 2%.
Sorry for my bad english  Sad"
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November 01, 2017, 11:34:09 PM
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In %, how much is this miner better than EWBFs?
1080Ti is 3% better, but it has 2% devfee and i had EWBF in 1% devfee so, it is marginally better but not by much.

if fee where 1% it would be interesting. Grin

in 1080 (non TI's )  it's the same as EWBF because it is a liiiiiiitle faster, but the 1%more fee kills that difference.

It uses a bit more CPU but not much, 6 x 1080s loads a G3250 Intel at 70% (EWBF is 30-40% CPU usage), so if you had a celeron (unless it is one of the new ones) you could be in trouble Smiley but on a dual core intel/amd, perfectly ok.

Sorry, but you are wrong buddy. Fee is the same as ewbf

" EWBF Version 0.3.4b.

EWBF's Zcash cuda miner.
Expected speeds 500 sols/s gtx 1080, 444 sols/s gtx1070. 300 gtx1060 6G. Stock settings.
Writen for pascal gpus but works on cards with at least 1Gb memory, and Compute Capability 2 and higher.
Miner contain dev fee 2%.
Sorry for my bad english  Sad"

you can use --fee 1 in EWBF for 1% fee, if no --fee is specified it mines with 2% fee, also can disable de fee --fee 0 but it will mine a bit slower.


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November 01, 2017, 11:38:24 PM
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induktor ,
can disable de fee --fee 0 but it will mine a bit slower.
Nope, you're wrong. Even with no fee option EWBF miner will work on the same rate Wink
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November 02, 2017, 01:01:11 AM
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induktor ,
can disable de fee --fee 0 but it will mine a bit slower.
Nope, you're wrong. Even with no fee option EWBF miner will work on the same rate Wink
That's what i read about in the forums but then again when i tested it, if i put --fee 0 it lowers the hashrate like 1% Sad odd..... anyway the guy's gotta eat, so 1% sounds fair enough 4 me  Grin Grin

but it is strange since EWBF himself said that there is no penalty for putting --fee 0, so, dunno Sad



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November 02, 2017, 01:28:15 AM
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induktor ,
can disable de fee --fee 0 but it will mine a bit slower.
Nope, you're wrong. Even with no fee option EWBF miner will work on the same rate Wink
That's what i read about in the forums but then again when i tested it, if i put --fee 0 it lowers the hashrate like 1% Sad odd..... anyway the guy's gotta eat, so 1% sounds fair enough 4 me  Grin Grin

but it is strange since EWBF himself said that there is no penalty for putting --fee 0, so, dunno Sad
Well, as for me I saw no changes in hashrate with disabled fee. And I got the straight answer from EWBF that this is on our side to use fee option - its disabling doesn't affect at all.

Anyway, let's stop it coz we are going to offtopic Wink
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November 02, 2017, 01:33:45 AM
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better than 0.5.2
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November 02, 2017, 02:52:07 AM
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For people that have asked for BTG.
ZM works fine on BTG pools.

Yeah I tested it. But I dont know which address I should use, until now official wallet has not released yet. I saw many miners use BTC address for mining BTG, even someone use Zcash address.
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