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October 22, 2017, 05:00:27 AM
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so, you made a miner from an opensource xmr stak miner that uses wolf's cryptonight kernel ?

So he should deffiently credit W0lf. Ouch what a low blow move on Op's end if it's really W0lfs Kernals
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October 22, 2017, 06:47:30 AM
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I am not so good in knowing russian language  Smiley
But very interesting project, maybe I will try in future that strange miner.

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October 22, 2017, 09:05:13 AM
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so, you made a miner from an opensource xmr stak miner that uses wolf's cryptonight kernel ?

Hi!

I was not totally aware of the fact that its Wolf0 whom are the true creator of the Kernels, i will definitely add credits for him in the next release. This miner have been created to make it easier to start mining Monero, as configurations can be "a pain in the ass" some times.
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October 22, 2017, 09:12:54 AM
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after 1min the api starts returning incorrectly formatted json, specifically the runtime field:

{"threads":[[1005.0,1014.0,null]],"total":[1005.0,1014.0,null],"highest":1073.5,"diff_current":60000,"shares_good":0,"shares_bad":0,"shares_total":0,"avg_time":0.0,"hashes_total":0,"best":[0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0],"error_log":[],"pool": "xxxx:yyy","uptime":134,"ping":0,"error_log":[],"runtime":[2:15],"runtimes":[135]}


Thanks for the heads-up. Will be adding a fix for this and another issue with API in next release.
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October 26, 2017, 04:17:17 AM
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For the Vega`s you can expect;
- ~1100 H/s stock without HBCC
- ~1750 H/s stock with HBCC
- ~1900 H/s overclocked memory with HBCC
- ~2000 H/s Registry modded, with HBCC. (@ only 160w.)

No tests have been done with the watercooled edition of Vega 64, i would expect these ones to be able to hit a even higher target because aircooled editions are limited due to memory gets overheated.

For 570 and 480 it depends on which memory brand you have, and its size, 4GB / 8GB.
- 550-750 H/s on stock setup with blockchain drivers
- 650 H/s and upwards when overclocked
- 750 H/s and upwards with changes to GPU`s bios.


Hi, can you tell me please that hashrate 2000hs is for Vega 56, or 64?
And those 160W is from gpu-z, or from wall?
Also can I use blockchain drivers with Windows 7 64bit?
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November 06, 2017, 08:03:01 AM
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Hi! Thanks for the miner!

I got Sapphire RX550 Pulse 4GB, do you have any modded bios for this card?
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