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Author Topic: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/CuckooCycle miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 15.0.0  (Read 87892 times)
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March 16, 2018, 12:35:31 PM
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If it is to believed pool hashrate is correct, then Bminer does overstate hashrate in console by a big margin...









11 038 in console, but just 10 094 on the pool...

I can tell from my tests  so far that Bminer  is a little better then dstm.

And I can tell from my tests that Bminer reports more hash then dstm

1294 for 2 1080ti's  = Bminer

1257 for 2 1080ti's =  Dstm

these numbers are what smos reports and what can be seen if I attach  a monitor to  either pc

so 1294 /1257 = 1.0294   that means  Bminer  is 2.94% faster  then  Dstm  on identical machines with the same settings


nicehash  has reported   $5.37 in earning for dstm  and $5.48 in earns for bminer

so 548/537 = 1.0204    which is 2.04 % faster for bminer

so 2.94  vs  2.04  both show Bminer to be faster and the variance between 2.94 and 2.04  is small enough to be luck.

Bottom line   shows that bminer  would earn  more.

I will continue testing   but so far bminer shows  better hashrates at the pc and the pool  then dstm.

I still need to test power draw  those test will be next week.

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March 17, 2018, 09:51:39 AM
Last edit: March 17, 2018, 10:06:17 AM by Spi4ka
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bminer looking the best for equihash! just start testing 1070ti, the result is impressive
https://preview.ibb.co/dVYEqH/bminer.png

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March 17, 2018, 01:12:55 PM
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Now I flipped  pc's

and bminer did better on both pc's

not much but better.  say 2.4% more payment from nicehash  8.83 for bminer vs  8.62 for dstm

next week I will do power tests

same meter  on each machine  10 minute test  should show between 330 watts to 410 watts

Maybe I will post it on thurs.

so  if bminer uses 2 or 3 % more power it is still better. if it uses  20%  it is not better.

based on temp and fan readings  it will be around 1-4% more power for bminer



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March 17, 2018, 02:18:42 PM
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so  if bminer uses 2 or 3 % more power it is still better. if it uses  20%  it is not better.

based on temp and fan readings  it will be around 1-4% more power for bminer


Thanks, very interesting, please keep us updated about WATT results!
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March 17, 2018, 09:22:44 PM
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Now I flipped  pc's

and bminer did better on both pc's

not much but better.  say 2.4% more payment from nicehash  8.83 for bminer vs  8.62 for dstm

next week I will do power tests

same meter  on each machine  10 minute test  should show between 330 watts to 410 watts

Maybe I will post it on thurs.

so  if bminer uses 2 or 3 % more power it is still better. if it uses  20%  it is not better.

based on temp and fan readings  it will be around 1-4% more power for bminer


https://i.imgur.com/iQyEfcg.png

There is something strange with the time on your screenshots.
It says during your first test the workers were active for
dtsm 1449 minutes = 24h
bminer 842 minutes = 14h

and for the second test

dtsm 1925 minutest = 32h
bminer 2048 minutes = 34h

Haven't you stated you're running each test for 24h? This doesn't make sense to me.
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March 17, 2018, 10:26:45 PM
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how do i run the gpu devices individually?  Can someone give me an example?   Thanks
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March 17, 2018, 11:45:23 PM
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My rig, 4 1060 6 GB core + 100 mem + 600
2 1070 core + 125 mem 450
2 1080 core + 100
2 1080 Ti core + 100  ( all 10 cards at 65 % )

Dtsm = avg of 1480 watts
Bminer = avg of 1440 watts  with the same settings.

I used it also with other Clocks, for me B miner allways was lower in watts in compare to Dtsm.

Only thing funny with B miner is the big difference in Hashrate on the console in comparison to the Flypool stats, but even then it's higher then Dtsm.

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March 18, 2018, 02:55:49 AM
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6x1063 hynix, test 48h

bminer: local 1960hs  flypool average: 1790
dstm:  local 1900hs  flypool average: 1860

bminer not honest
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March 18, 2018, 04:00:49 AM
Last edit: March 18, 2018, 04:13:41 AM by supermoew
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6x1063 hynix, test 48h

bminer: local 1960hs  flypool average: 1790
dstm:  local 1900hs  flypool average: 1860

bminer not honest

please show your screenshots otherwise I don't believe any words from you whose account is totally new.
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March 18, 2018, 07:44:39 AM
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BTW, did anybody conduct tests regarding power consumption between bminer and EWBF 0,3,4 miner? Or ~roughly the same?
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March 19, 2018, 01:39:34 AM
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6x1063 hynix, test 48h

bminer: local 1960hs  flypool average: 1790
dstm:  local 1900hs  flypool average: 1860

bminer not honest

please show your screenshots otherwise I don't believe any words from you whose account is totally new.

i find your short post history to be pro bminer biased. you did a test of 6 hours each (not running at the same time so different difficulty) and you have been cheerleading since. sorry but i prefer to see large enough hashrate rigs side by side mining with both miners to see a real comparision. i've ran my 1070ti rigs with both dstm and bminer and have seen a much higher reported hashrate in console yet the same average hashrate pool side as dstm. dstm hashrate seems more stable where bminer's hashrate is all over the place on flypool.

i'm no fan of either dstm or bminer, but with bminers history of using sock puppet accounts on other forums to promote his miner...and seeing your post history, you look more suspicious than someone that posts the obvious that bminer reports a higher hashrate at the console than whats reported at the pool. theres no denying that.
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March 19, 2018, 02:04:26 AM
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I think this miner total scam, use dstm inside.
dstm performance different as ewbf, dstm more faster on 1060 little faster on 1080ti compare to ewbf.
bminer on all gpu always same difference compare to dstm.
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March 19, 2018, 03:01:04 AM
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after windows update or new drivers miner starts and the window closes. With all versions of bminer/ What happened? 0.3.4 miner works fine as usual.
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March 19, 2018, 03:05:27 AM
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It seems that more people have tested bminer and got same results as I got in the past: Bminer is 2-3% faster than dstm. Unfortunately, the recent ZEC price drops significantly and it is now more profitable for me to mine ETH instead. If ZEC price goes back, I think I will use Bminer again. BTW, I still think 2% devfee is too high for all those equihash miners.

6x1063 hynix, test 48h

bminer: local 1960hs  flypool average: 1790
dstm:  local 1900hs  flypool average: 1860

bminer not honest

I think this miner total scam, use dstm inside.
dstm performance different as ewbf, dstm more faster on 1060 little faster on 1080ti compare to ewbf.
bminer on all gpu always same difference compare to dstm.

It is so funny that every three days there will be some new-account posts like this with no serious test and no data just asserting dstm is better. Thanks, I can do my own test and math. And seriously, if dstm wants more user, he should improve its miner performance or lower its devfee, not hire those trolls.
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March 19, 2018, 06:57:47 AM
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To Developer: It would be very useful to see in statistic how many shares were send to developer too. And we need to see an exact time of working miner, because when the miner work about 20 hours the API report "a day" but not 21h 20min for example. Is it possible to add it in the future update?

Thank you for your suggestions. I will consider making those changes in future.

It is a good idea to make devfee collection transparent, however simply counting devfee shares might not be an ideal solution. Because devfee shares might be at a different difficulty than the normal shares, simply dividing the number of devfee shares by the number of normal shares will not be the devfee ratio. Anyone can suggest a simple but non-confusing way to show the devfee collection information?

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March 19, 2018, 07:20:41 AM
Last edit: March 19, 2018, 01:45:44 PM by Scorpio777
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To Developer: It would be very useful to see in statistic how many shares were send to developer too. And we need to see an exact time of working miner, because when the miner work about 20 hours the API report "a day" but not 21h 20min for example. Is it possible to add it in the future update?

Thank you for your suggestions. I will consider making those changes in future.

It is a good idea to make devfee collection transparent, however simply counting devfee shares might not be an ideal solution. Because devfee shares might be at a different difficulty than the normal shares, simply dividing the number of devfee shares by the number of normal shares will not be the devfee ratio. Anyone can suggest a simple but non-confusing way to show the devfee collection information?
How about actual time of mining and time of working for developer in the API statistic (For example: Uptime - 1000min/devfee - 20min)?  
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March 19, 2018, 07:23:43 AM
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It seems that more people have tested bminer and got same results as I got in the past: Bminer is 2-3% faster than dstm. Unfortunately, the recent ZEC price drops significantly and it is now more profitable for me to mine ETH instead. If ZEC price goes back, I think I will use Bminer again. BTW, I still think 2% devfee is too high for all those equihash miners.

6x1063 hynix, test 48h

bminer: local 1960hs  flypool average: 1790
dstm:  local 1900hs  flypool average: 1860

bminer not honest

I think this miner total scam, use dstm inside.
dstm performance different as ewbf, dstm more faster on 1060 little faster on 1080ti compare to ewbf.
bminer on all gpu always same difference compare to dstm.

It is so funny that every three days there will be some new-account posts like this with no serious test and no data just asserting dstm is better. Thanks, I can do my own test and math. And seriously, if dstm wants more user, he should improve its miner performance or lower its devfee, not hire those trolls.

No troll, I did test.
Here data for you, lot people did test with same result.
https://miningclub.info/threads/polzujus-bminer-dlja-zec.35286/

Why you say different I don't know.
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March 19, 2018, 06:22:55 PM
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Hi

I have been using bminer on 2x 12 1070ti rigs with no issue.
I have setup another rig with 9x 1080tis. The miner constantly restarts every 30mins or so. The last line in the console is "killed".
Previously when I had a riser fail while running bminer,  it stated exactly which gpu/riser it could not get temperature from.

The restarts do not happen with other softwares.

I am using simple mining and mining on nicehash.
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March 20, 2018, 10:01:57 AM
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To Developer: It would be very useful to see in statistic how many shares were send to developer too. And we need to see an exact time of working miner, because when the miner work about 20 hours the API report "a day" but not 21h 20min for example. Is it possible to add it in the future update?

Thank you for your suggestions. I will consider making those changes in future.

It is a good idea to make devfee collection transparent, however simply counting devfee shares might not be an ideal solution. Because devfee shares might be at a different difficulty than the normal shares, simply dividing the number of devfee shares by the number of normal shares will not be the devfee ratio. Anyone can suggest a simple but non-confusing way to show the devfee collection information?
How about actual time of mining and time of working for developer in the API statistic (For example: Uptime - 1000min/devfee - 20min)?  

This is not a bad idea. I would still prefer to find a non-confusing way to show devfee shares, which are more transparent than times. Maybe I will consider print difficulties together with shares so that people can calculate normalized shares.

Realistically, this probably will not happen in the next version. I want to release 6.0 in the next few days and I do not want any further delay. So I would love to collect as many suggestions as possible before I go ahead and implement this.

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March 20, 2018, 01:44:46 PM
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Hi Bminer team,
is it possible for you to include some more information in the API response? Maybe in the next update?
I think it would be nice to get the GPU name, the pool and the user in the response.

Let me know what you think about it.

We would love to help:
Just understand your requests, you want to include the following two information in REST API response:

1.Device name: Something like "GTX 1080 Ti"?
2.Pool/User: We can put the whole uri path in REST API. This should contain all information include pool address and the user name. Is it enough?

1. Yes, something like "GeForce GTX 1080 Ti"
2. The whole uri path would be sufficient, but it would be easier to handle if you parse the user part and the pool part, like:
User : "t1ZBtpkUy1y1deYsNJnzdW4tk7HiJEcfUzr.worker"
Pool : "zec.coinfoundry.org:3036"

Thanks for your efforts
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