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July 18, 2011, 07:02:25 PM
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Last and final bump... Using the latest kernel at http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=25860.0 at stock 6990 settings I get 352 mhps vs hdminer's 354. Hdminer is obsolete. End of thread.

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September 11, 2011, 10:18:13 PM
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Where can I download this miner? As I wish to boost my performance as well on my HD6950 card.is this free? If not what's the charge? Why charge for this app?I'm sure that someone with the know how can probably replicate this app and then it'll be pointless to charge for this if successfull.Here's an idea,can someone with the know how, create a free version of this app with similar performance characteristics please?

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September 11, 2011, 10:28:42 PM
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It is not free. I still charge for hdminer. And I am still faster than today's best on HD 69xx. I benchmarked cgminer w/phatk at 691 Mh/s on a stock 6990, compared to my 708 Mh/s.

However my speed advantage is now so thin, that I doubt anyone is interested in spending 250 BTC on hdminer... The rich feature set of cgminer probably outweighs any performance advantage I have anyway.
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September 11, 2011, 10:59:14 PM
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It is not free. I still charge for hdminer. And I am still faster than today's best on HD 69xx. I benchmarked cgminer w/phatk at 691 Mh/s on a stock 6990, compared to my 708 Mh/s.

However my speed advantage is now so thin, that I doubt anyone is interested in spending 250 BTC on hdminer... The rich feature set of cgminer probably outweighs any performance advantage I have anyway.

Since theres not much of an advantage over phatk anymore, why not open source it and allow others to have a try at optimizing it even further? I'd love to try it just to get rid of the 100% cpu bug.

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September 11, 2011, 11:43:26 PM
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It is not free. I still charge for hdminer. And I am still faster than today's best on HD 69xx. I benchmarked cgminer w/phatk at 691 Mh/s on a stock 6990, compared to my 708 Mh/s.

However my speed advantage is now so thin, that I doubt anyone is interested in spending 250 BTC on hdminer... The rich feature set of cgminer probably outweighs any performance advantage I have anyway.

So you're the guy who thinks it's smart to charge for things? Even though the 'speed boost' is so thin that it should either be free or expect a backlash like being pressured and forced to pay for a TV licence in the UK.I for one will refuse to pay until it is freely accessible like the TV licence.I don't watch TV yet I'm forced and threatened to buy one.

I don't mind being charged about 5BTC but 250BTC is taking the mick.If you want my respect,you'll rectify the pricing or give it for free if you can't find a reasonable price people are willing to pay. That's my 2 cents :-)

How well will this perform on my HD6950 card (shader unlocked,Oc'd to 902MHz,320MHz mem clock,overvolted by an extra 0.005mV)?I get 402MHash/s atm.I want to know what kind of speeds I can get with your app.

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September 12, 2011, 01:10:12 AM
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I will eventually open source hdminer, but not until I test a few more optimization ideas. The high price tag is mostly because I can't afford to have its source code leaked today. On your 6950, in its current shape, you can expect a speed +2.4% faster than cgminer/phatk.
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September 12, 2011, 01:32:36 AM
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It is not free. I still charge for hdminer. And I am still faster than today's best on HD 69xx. I benchmarked cgminer w/phatk at 691 Mh/s on a stock 6990, compared to my 708 Mh/s.
You clearly don't know how to run and optimize other miners. I get 704 on stock 6990s using Phoenix/Phatk. If you'd like to send me a copy of your miner I'll post an independant performance comparison.

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September 12, 2011, 02:07:41 AM
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It is not free. I still charge for hdminer. And I am still faster than today's best on HD 69xx. I benchmarked cgminer w/phatk at 691 Mh/s on a stock 6990, compared to my 708 Mh/s.
You clearly don't know how to run and optimize other miners. I get 704 on stock 6990s using Phoenix/Phatk. If you'd like to send me a copy of your miner I'll post an independant performance comparison.
Independant? What makes you think the hash-rate increases/decreases based on whether the person sitting in front of the computer is biased or not?
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September 12, 2011, 02:44:03 AM
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Independant? What makes you think the hash-rate increases/decreases based on whether the person sitting in front of the computer is biased or not?
Because the hash-rate is dependent on many variables including OS, SDK version, Driver version, and numerous miner versions and settings. I get about 2% higher performance with phatk than he is claiming, so something isn't quite right.

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September 12, 2011, 02:52:25 AM
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Independant? What makes you think the hash-rate increases/decreases based on whether the person sitting in front of the computer is biased or not?
Because the hash-rate is dependent on many variables including OS, SDK version, Driver version, and numerous miner versions and settings. I get about 2% higher performance with phatk than he is claiming, so something isn't quite right.
Fair enough.

mrb, clear things up for our friend Syke over here, will 'ya?
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September 12, 2011, 05:41:53 AM
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Perhaps Syke is taking cgminer's best 5s peak averages instead of the all-time average? Perhaps not and he is right. I don't care enough to argue about 2.4% to send him a free copy of my miner... *shrugs*
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