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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1161549 times)
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April 26, 2018, 04:11:14 PM
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% TDP means nothing - there are plenty of cards with beefy cooler and higher than nvidia's reference TDP.
State an actual wattage when comparing power draw.

Thanks for the feedback,
As I said, "Perfect test? No."
And I think that TDP referenced above is a "good enough" proxy. Same for JackIT's tests.
It's all just reference for other miners to tweak their results. If you have a system of mini-cards or different type of cards - adjust accordingly
But hey, thanks for the shade.

Well then suddenly there was no one left standing in the hall....
Of a nightbird singing "come away come away"
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April 26, 2018, 04:49:48 PM
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% TDP means nothing - there are plenty of cards with beefy cooler and higher than nvidia's reference TDP.
State an actual wattage when comparing power draw.

Thanks for the feedback,
As I said, "Perfect test? No."
And I think that TDP referenced above is a "good enough" proxy. Same for JackIT's tests.
It's all just reference for other miners to tweak their results. If you have a system of mini-cards or different type of cards - adjust accordingly
But hey, thanks for the shade.
I'm not saying that the test is invalid. What I'm saying is that one brand of 1070 can have 151W TDP, the other one can be 180W. 80% of each one is a totally different number.
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April 26, 2018, 04:58:51 PM
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% TDP means nothing - there are plenty of cards with beefy cooler and higher than nvidia's reference TDP.
State an actual wattage when comparing power draw.

Thanks for the feedback,
As I said, "Perfect test? No."
And I think that TDP referenced above is a "good enough" proxy. Same for JackIT's tests.
It's all just reference for other miners to tweak their results. If you have a system of mini-cards or different type of cards - adjust accordingly
But hey, thanks for the shade.
I'm not saying that the test is invalid. What I'm saying is that one brand of 1070 can have 151W TDP, the other one can be 180W. 80% of each one is a totally different number.
I totally agree, thus the averaging across 21 of them.  Even within a brand, there is a big range. I've got 8 MSI 1070TI Gaming Gpus, and they are so different from one to the next. Each GPU needs different adjustments. And I took one Zodiac 1070TI Amp Extreme out of production and gave it to my son for gaming because it was so hard to keep from crashing. For that GPU no OC and 90 TDP even then it didn't like RVN's algo at all.

Well then suddenly there was no one left standing in the hall....
Of a nightbird singing "come away come away"
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April 26, 2018, 05:48:34 PM
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I eventually gave preference silentminer for my 1080ti, I thought he was more stable, we'll see what happens.

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April 26, 2018, 06:56:08 PM
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Silent Miner v1.1.0

I think I beat enemy this time

Updated kernels
Increases to stability
Increased power efficiency

Download:
https://mega.nz/#!2K5z1TyD!cmsFagv_lmVyBy_2KO8iQSI9vNoRpZ92etAFjFoz9FQ


Virus Total:
https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/282fc04b9a0388a42568ecdb01680d56e1139e604133abb1c9ee113c4827f494/detection

I'm brand new mining RVN.  I'm going to use this one first.

I wish Silent Miner would allow Newbies to send messages.

I used this on a small test rig with two PNY XLR8s and three Rog Strix O8.  All 1070s.  Five graphics cards.

Power draw not including the monitor is 560 to 590 watts.  I have the cards set at 70% power limit with MSI Afterburner.  No OC or memory adjustments - I don't do this.  Using Ravenminer pool - would prefer Suprnova. 

Seems very stable.  I don't like ccminer but this is a good version.  I'm running five small rigs with various cards - from 1060 to 1080s.  I've been shifting rigs around, putting in curtains and other items to prepare for summer heat and modem/router crashed this morning.  No way to tell efficiency for now.

Very stable and power efficient.   
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April 26, 2018, 08:16:28 PM
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Silent Miner v1.1.0

I think I beat enemy this time

Updated kernels
Increases to stability
Increased power efficiency

Download:
https://mega.nz/#!2K5z1TyD!cmsFagv_lmVyBy_2KO8iQSI9vNoRpZ92etAFjFoz9FQ


Virus Total:
https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/282fc04b9a0388a42568ecdb01680d56e1139e604133abb1c9ee113c4827f494/detection

I'm brand new mining RVN.  I'm going to use this one first.

I wish Silent Miner would allow Newbies to send messages.

I used this on a small test rig with two PNY XLR8s and three Rog Strix O8.  All 1070s.  Five graphics cards.

Power draw not including the monitor is 560 to 590 watts.  I have the cards set at 70% power limit with MSI Afterburner.  No OC or memory adjustments - I don't do this.  Using Ravenminer pool - would prefer Suprnova. 

Seems very stable.  I don't like ccminer but this is a good version.  I'm running five small rigs with various cards - from 1060 to 1080s.  I've been shifting rigs around, putting in curtains and other items to prepare for summer heat and modem/router crashed this morning.  No way to tell efficiency for now.

Very stable and power efficient.   


You should be able to pm now if you want. I am glad it is working stable for you!
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April 26, 2018, 08:49:05 PM
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Well, you can say "natural growth" all you want but it isn't, sadly, a 2008/9, it's ten years later... not promoting your project, rejecting participating in the broader market (large exchanges = more liquidity) won't make RVN stronger - it's the opposite I think. Also take note: it's the open source yet the most important feature/layer is developed as closed source (so-called "asset layer"). I want RVN to be the top 10 coin but... it's not the 2008/9 anymore!

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April 26, 2018, 09:59:30 PM
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Any Ravencoin fans in here want to sell me on RVN? My tax guy recently suggested it and said he has heard from a few big dogs that it will go big this year. To each their own! Just wondering what RVN can do in the real world?

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April 26, 2018, 10:01:35 PM
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Hello there mate
All a bit serious with a bit or irony eh.


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Well, you can say "natural growth" all you want but it isn't, sadly, a 2008/9, it's ten years later...
Better than ICO and hype marketing - grass roots... better quality of follower
What is your idea on how they should have done it?

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not promoting your project,
You mean creating hype and false hope so it pumps ...then dumps?
There was no ICO or premine to create a marketing budget who will pay then.
I like the natural growth.

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rejecting participating in the broader market (large exchanges = more liquidity) won't make RVN stronger - it's the opposite I think.
Not rejecting. Just no ICO or Premine funds to pay (Exchanges want 100K +) - Anyone can pay for the exchange if they want and it will not be rejected by core-devs or the community.
If\when RVN works the exchanges will list them.

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Also take note: it's the open source yet the most important feature/layer is developed as closed source (so-called "asset layer").
I'm happy with closed source for now as this features extensions are unique and the I don't want the ICO cookie cutter stealing right now. I hope they take the trello and newsletters idea from the AMA the other day but release it later which I believe they said they would - that's my opinion as I have read a bit that open source works better in the long run.


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I want RVN to be the top 10 coin but...

Me too but I can wait. I'm even pulling out the old and new resources and re-learning coding now so I can participate

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It's not the 2008/9 anymore!
It's not hanging onto bygone trends like corduroy pants or business-walkshorts, its starting a the natural way compared to what happened last year with all the ICO and the SEC threats (as the core team is based in the US for now).
Put the code out, build a community etc etc.

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April 27, 2018, 12:56:29 AM
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Anyone having troubles with suprnova at the moment?
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April 27, 2018, 01:05:17 AM
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yup with one of my rig

submit_upstream_work stratum_send_line failed ...
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April 27, 2018, 01:08:39 AM
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Anyone having troubles with suprnova at the moment?
Same here.
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April 27, 2018, 01:42:52 AM
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I also have issues with SuprNova, just stopped and switch to another coin while it get resolved.
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April 27, 2018, 02:01:27 AM
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I also have issues with SuprNova, just stopped and switch to another coin while it get resolved.

Yea Supernova is under a DDOS attack clearly
allowing not reported to have a 57% dominance - spooky
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April 27, 2018, 02:09:02 AM
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sprnova is back
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April 27, 2018, 02:13:13 AM
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sprnova is back

not for the US node

The front end is dead  times out
its rather weird my AMD miners work
the NVIDA miner get an authentication error
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April 27, 2018, 02:25:20 AM
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sprnova is back

not for the US node

The front end is dead  times out
its rather weird my AMD miners work
the NVIDA miner get an authentication error

This looks like a deliberate attack to take over hash for one of these reasons
1) not reported is at 63% - changes?
2) to control coin collection since this correlated with difficulty drop really lower

thoughts?
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April 27, 2018, 02:34:54 AM
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Silent Miner v1.1.0

I think I beat enemy this time

Updated kernels
Increases to stability
Increased power efficiency

Download:
https://mega.nz/#!2K5z1TyD!cmsFagv_lmVyBy_2KO8iQSI9vNoRpZ92etAFjFoz9FQ


Virus Total:
https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/282fc04b9a0388a42568ecdb01680d56e1139e604133abb1c9ee113c4827f494/detection

I'm brand new mining RVN.  I'm going to use this one first.

I wish Silent Miner would allow Newbies to send messages.

I used this on a small test rig with two PNY XLR8s and three Rog Strix O8.  All 1070s.  Five graphics cards.

Power draw not including the monitor is 560 to 590 watts.  I have the cards set at 70% power limit with MSI Afterburner.  No OC or memory adjustments - I don't do this.  Using Ravenminer pool - would prefer Suprnova. 

Seems very stable.  I don't like ccminer but this is a good version.  I'm running five small rigs with various cards - from 1060 to 1080s.  I've been shifting rigs around, putting in curtains and other items to prepare for summer heat and modem/router crashed this morning.  No way to tell efficiency for now.

Very stable and power efficient.   


You should be able to pm now if you want. I am glad it is working stable for you!

Great customer support from Silent Miner!

I am a newbie at Ravencoin mining.  I've mined other coins.  I like this program because it's stable and low power draw.

I don't OC or adjust memory clock so this will work well for me. 

No troll or pumper bro.
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April 27, 2018, 02:37:06 AM
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Supernova  Starting to come back slowly.
Im starting to get reporting again and it showed back up on the status pages

NVIDA miner rigs still can not get authentication though
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April 27, 2018, 03:56:17 AM
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Time difference check
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