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Author Topic: [ANN] Ravencoin [RVN] PoW GPU Mining | Asset Transfer Blockchain (Updated ANN)  (Read 1162284 times)
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April 08, 2018, 11:06:09 AM
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who already tested the miner from Enami 1.05 and on what cards Huh how is it compared to 1.03 ... and what is at the moment still the most nimble miner for green cards Huh?

I have tested the z-enemy 1.05 vs enemy 1.03. On my 4x 1070's but I have seen no major gains on the pool with 1.05 although it was showing max hashrate in the miner 47MH/s.
I got max 42 MH/s showing on enemy 1.03. On the pool as I said were the results about the same on both miners. I am switching back to 1.03, because I haven't got any stability issues with 1.03. Z-enemy 1.05 crashed after 12 hours and didn't restarted.
where did u get enemy miner?
tried to find official source but found only some suspicios

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April 08, 2018, 11:13:26 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CU4hwxm-w7E

Overstock.com's Patrick Byrne talking about how he wants to disrupt wall street.

Overstock.com is the 150 Million dollar backup behind Ravencoin.
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April 08, 2018, 11:19:37 AM
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who already tested the miner from Enami 1.05 and on what cards Huh how is it compared to 1.03 ... and what is at the moment still the most nimble miner for green cards Huh?

I have tested the z-enemy 1.05 vs enemy 1.03. On my 4x 1070's but I have seen no major gains on the pool with 1.05 although it was showing max hashrate in the miner 47MH/s.
I got max 42 MH/s showing on enemy 1.03. On the pool as I said were the results about the same on both miners. I am switching back to 1.03, because I haven't got any stability issues with 1.03. Z-enemy 1.05 crashed after 12 hours and didn't restarted.
where did u get enemy miner?
tried to find official source but found only some suspicios
Raven lounge discord #software
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April 08, 2018, 11:46:50 AM
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who already tested the miner from Enami 1.05 and on what cards Huh how is it compared to 1.03 ... and what is at the moment still the most nimble miner for green cards Huh?

I have tested the z-enemy 1.05 vs enemy 1.03. On my 4x 1070's but I have seen no major gains on the pool with 1.05 although it was showing max hashrate in the miner 47MH/s.
I got max 42 MH/s showing on enemy 1.03. On the pool as I said were the results about the same on both miners. I am switching back to 1.03, because I haven't got any stability issues with 1.03. Z-enemy 1.05 crashed after 12 hours and didn't restarted.
where did u get enemy miner?
tried to find official source but found only some suspicios
Raven lounge discord #software

Exactly  Grin
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April 08, 2018, 12:02:39 PM
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Ravencoin Miner v2.4 is now available with the latest optimizations and the option to color the RVN/day line with the Official Ravencoin colors (or any colors you want)

Ravencoin Miner: an optimized open source miner created specifically for Ravencoin.
v2.4
Cubehash and Keccak Optimizations
Can color RVN/day line with secondary release Ravencoin Miner v2.4 (COLOR)
   Note: See color.txt
v2.3
Fix miner not submitting shares when Hamsi was first Hash function!
6% increase in overall hash rate!
v2.2
Kraww!
Added estimate for RVN earned per day (displays every 5th share)


https://github.com/Ravencoin-Miner/Ravencoin/releases

Wow, great news Smiley
Will switch later today

Awesome!
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April 08, 2018, 12:32:23 PM
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I'm quite new to this, but love the concept in general. What do I need to know about X16R you are using? What does it call for?
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April 08, 2018, 12:50:08 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CU4hwxm-w7E

Overstock.com's Patrick Byrne talking about how he wants to disrupt wall street.

Overstock.com is the 150 Million dollar backup behind Ravencoin.

Thanks for sharing, very interesting.
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April 08, 2018, 01:18:21 PM
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I'm quite new to this, but love the concept in general. What do I need to know about X16R you are using? What does it call for?

You'll need a mining rig and a miner.  x16R is a new algo that has 16 different algos inside of it--it randomizes the algos to make it asic resistant.
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April 08, 2018, 01:40:00 PM
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So one of my friends used his rig for a 10hr test:
Three way test, 12 GPU 1080Ti rig, split three ways:

Results after 10 hrs:
Enemy 1.03: 103.60189006 RVN
Suprminer 1.6: 105.13672747 RVN
Enemy 1.05: 103.88728188 RVN

Statistically they are all the same when you factor in error, and I've heard of a few ppl with pool switching issues with the Enemy miner which will impact the amount of RVN you get.  Not FUD'ng but if Enemy isn't doing so well check out Suprminer 1.6 as you won't have pool switching issues as there is no dev fee.
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April 08, 2018, 02:10:15 PM
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Pickaxe.Pro

http://Pickaxe.pro is having a promo right now : 0% pool fee for the day. 800+ miners so far on it.

Code:
-a x16r -R 5 -o stratum+tcp://x16r.pickaxe.pro:3636 -u WALLETADDRESS.WORKER -p c=RVN

Happy mining !
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April 08, 2018, 02:39:21 PM
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So one of my friends used his rig for a 10hr test:
Three way test, 12 GPU 1080Ti rig, split three ways:

Results after 10 hrs:
Enemy 1.03: 103.60189006 RVN
Suprminer 1.6: 105.13672747 RVN
Enemy 1.05: 103.88728188 RVN

Statistically they are all the same when you factor in error, and I've heard of a few ppl with pool switching issues with the Enemy miner which will impact the amount of RVN you get.  Not FUD'ng but if Enemy isn't doing so well check out Suprminer 1.6 as you won't have pool switching issues as there is no dev fee.

i was actually in the middle of this exact same test, 24 hours with 3x 12 1050TI's with all 3 different miners, and i am about 18 hours in, and notice basically the same as you.

all 3 miners are statistically the same, and i like suprminer 1.6 as well because of the no dev fee right now. if a dev creates a miner that will improve my hashrates statistically more then 3% i will switch over if he has a dev fee attached to it without hesitation
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April 08, 2018, 02:41:50 PM
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Go ahead and give this miner a try to, it includes the open source optimizations of Suprminer v1.6 with extra customizations.


Ravencoin Miner: an optimized open source miner created specifically for Ravencoin.
v2.4
Cubehash and Keccak Optimizations
Can color RVN/day line with secondary release Ravencoin Miner v2.4 (COLOR)
   Note: See color.txt
v2.3
Fix miner not submitting shares when Hamsi was first Hash function!
6% increase in overall hash rate!
v2.2
Kraww!
Added estimate for RVN earned per day (displays every 5th share)

https://github.com/Ravencoin-Miner/Ravencoin/releases
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April 08, 2018, 03:00:56 PM
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What are the community supported miners? I'm using sgminer/5.1.1 and ccminer/2.2.5. (They both are working perfectly. ) have they been updated?

I won't download any miner that's not linked on top of the main ANN intro page and it says to use only:

- ocminer/suprminer and brian112358/nevermore-miner and then for AMD aceneun/sgminer-gm-x16r and brian112358/sgminer-x16r. 



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April 08, 2018, 03:27:35 PM
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Go ahead and give this miner a try to, it includes the open source optimizations of Suprminer v1.6 with extra customizations.


Ravencoin Miner: an optimized open source miner created specifically for Ravencoin.
v2.4
Cubehash and Keccak Optimizations
Can color RVN/day line with secondary release Ravencoin Miner v2.4 (COLOR)
   Note: See color.txt
v2.3
Fix miner not submitting shares when Hamsi was first Hash function!
6% increase in overall hash rate!
v2.2
Kraww!
Added estimate for RVN earned per day (displays every 5th share)

https://github.com/Ravencoin-Miner/Ravencoin/releases

I'll be honest, i have spend alot of time between the 3 already and unless you can provide me with some benchmarks on several cards with improved hash rates in comparison to suprminer, i am not really interested into trying stuff out anymore.

i think we are already at the point where x16r is very optimized and between miners there is not enough difference to switch anymore untill someone optimizes at least 3-5% in average hashrates. you have to add more value now to get attention
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April 08, 2018, 03:32:29 PM
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What are the community supported miners? I'm using sgminer/5.1.1 and ccminer/2.2.5. (They both are working perfectly. ) have they been updated?

I won't download any miner that's not linked on top of the main ANN intro page and it says to use only:

- ocminer/suprminer and brian112358/nevermore-miner and then for AMD aceneun/sgminer-gm-x16r and brian112358/sgminer-x16r. 





I'm using suprminer version and I'm very happy with it.

Still I'm having some crashings... Any advice about overclocking?
I'm using a rig of gtx 1080 and I'm getting lots of illegal memory operations or something like that, even without OC.
Could be about intensity? What do you recommend?
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April 08, 2018, 03:42:07 PM
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 hey guys , anybody know whats up with Grafana , that handy-dandy raven statistics
isnt coming in anymore, do we have to sign up for an account with Grafina now?
thanks in advance.
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April 08, 2018, 03:54:16 PM
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I'm using suprminer version and I'm very happy with it.

Still I'm having some crashings... Any advice about overclocking?
I'm using a rig of gtx 1080 and I'm getting lots of illegal memory operations or something like that, even without OC.
Could be about intensity? What do you recommend?

I've heard 19 or 20, some have to go down to 17 for intensity.  I found it easier if you are on Windows is to use Awesome Miner to keep the miner running:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oALnGBsPxc

You didn't mention what TDP you are at, sometimes lowering to 85% works...
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April 08, 2018, 03:55:20 PM
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What are the community supported miners? I'm using sgminer/5.1.1 and ccminer/2.2.5. (They both are working perfectly. ) have they been updated?

I won't download any miner that's not linked on top of the main ANN intro page and it says to use only:

- ocminer/suprminer and brian112358/nevermore-miner and then for AMD aceneun/sgminer-gm-x16r and brian112358/sgminer-x16r.  





I'm using suprminer version and I'm very happy with it.

Still I'm having some crashings... Any advice about overclocking?
I'm using a rig of gtx 1080 and I'm getting lots of illegal memory operations or something like that, even without OC.
Could be about intensity? What do you recommend?


I'm using 100% power, plus 76 on core,plus zero on mem, and 100% on fans with my 1080 TIs and they are rock solid.

But, I'm only getting 20 MH/s per card and I feel like I could be getting more based on what I saw somebody else doing with his 1070 TIs (granted he was crashing all the time)
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April 08, 2018, 04:19:04 PM
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I'm using suprminer version and I'm very happy with it.

Still I'm having some crashings... Any advice about overclocking?
I'm using a rig of gtx 1080 and I'm getting lots of illegal memory operations or something like that, even without OC.
Could be about intensity? What do you recommend?

I've heard 19 or 20, some have to go down to 17 for intensity.  I found it easier if you are on Windows is to use Awesome Miner to keep the miner running:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oALnGBsPxc

You didn't mention what TDP you are at, sometimes lowering to 85% works...

I'm at 65% TDP, so that shouldn't be an issue. I have to lower intensity to 16 to get some estability, but loosing considerable hashrate
And I've tired Awesome Miner, but i get this error just at start:

HTTP request failed: Empty reply from server
get_work failed, retry after 30 seconds

and I don't know how to solve it
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April 08, 2018, 04:32:12 PM
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RAwwYogKonHTqiXrAtW15mkMrUYm2nuCLC
RU12DGCHveTHxMbPxUpspA8foVGhM9eTja

Still no coins for me.. 700rvn and 107rvn, 4 days and no payment from the threeeyed.info
Now im starting to get worried.
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