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September 12, 2017, 11:11:31 PM
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Hi,

I know it will be soon irrelevant, but I just optimized the Signatum AMD miner, on windows. It's now 5% faster on average.

Just wanted to share it with other Signatum enthusiasts !

Tested on rx 480,460 570 (got +6% faster on armor 570).

I did not recompiled the binaries, so dont worry about virus of other crap, just worked on kernels.

Enjoy.

https://github.com/qualialibre/signatum.miner

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October 26, 2018, 08:49:28 PM
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I have run my command line sgminer -k skunkhash -o server -u user -p pass -T --verbose

Or

I have run my command line sgminer -k skunkhash -o server -u user -p pass

It starts and then goes to the prompt, i dont know why this is, SGminer ffs i hate it.

Could you maybe teach me or show me what else i am missing,
I have really struggled with this miner for AMD its really not friendly, well its not been friendly for me, i struggle to run certain algorithms.

Nvidia, just no problems, i dont know why SGminer or even CGminer have not been great.

Anyways, if you could show me or help me understand what the issue is, that would be awesome.

I know there is prospector, but i would like to research SGminer also.
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