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Author Topic: Zealot/Enemy (z-enemy) NVIDIA GPU miner (ver2.6.2 - kawpow RavenCoin).  (Read 104839 times)
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September 27, 2018, 04:09:21 AM
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1.21a  on Ubuntu 18.04:

./z-enemy: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcurl.so.4: version `CURL_OPENSSL_3' not found (required by ./z-enemy)

Hi, you need to install libcurl3 instead.

Btw, anyone else notice a performance hit from 1.20? I seem to have had less MH/S and one of my gpu's crashed twice since using 1.21. Also, there seems to be missing a -t (thread) option now. But it seems like it's automatically recognizing the # of gpu's being used. Just wish this was stated for the updates!
 I haven't underclocked or touched any of the speeds and running linux on nvidia 390.48 drivers with cuda 9.1. I still think 1.20 is terrific as it is!
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September 27, 2018, 06:31:18 AM
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are going to optimize this miner for the Nvidia RTX 2xxx series, I already have rigs with 2080 and although it works, it does not get all the performance of the new RTX features. T-rex does not work

I believe that the first to develop full compatibility and stability, will take much of the miners. Although it works sometimes it is unstable and blocks the computer.

I'm looking forward to hearing about this
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September 29, 2018, 12:13:30 PM
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Cool, now z-enemy 1.21a is faster than t-rex 0.6.10 in x16r.. though by less than 1%)

Do you have some data to show for it Smiley ? Ive tried trex 0610 and zenemy 121 (not the .a) and trex was faster by a good 3% for my 1080 and 1070ti.
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September 30, 2018, 07:52:40 PM
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Do you plan new versions for Cuda 10 ?

thanks.
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October 01, 2018, 12:38:38 PM
Last edit: October 03, 2018, 08:09:21 PM by tbearhere
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@enemy

Windows update to 1.21a:
Cuda 9.1 x32
Cuda 9.1 x64

Are build with Cuda 9.2.   Wink

My mistake.  Tongue

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October 01, 2018, 03:09:59 PM
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Do you have some data to show for it Smiley ? Ive tried trex 0610 and zenemy 121 (not the .a) and trex was faster by a good 3% for my 1080 and 1070ti.

You ask for a prof though at the same time you present none either. But no, I didn't make any screenshots to prove it - I was making those test for myself. Just keep in mind -i 20 is not maximum in z-enemy, I was using 21. Also I noticed that on faster sequences t-rex is faster, but on slower - zealot is. So in the end I choose to stick with t-rex anyway.
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October 03, 2018, 11:17:01 PM
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So I have a strange anomaly... running 1.21 on 3 different rigs, 2 4x 1080ti and a 6 card rig mixed with 1080/1080ti.
The 4 card rigs are pretty much identical, trying to run on ZPool.
One 4 card rig starts up and gets a whole bunch of low diff shares and then gets a diff update and slows down, but finding bigger shares, all is good and right in the world of mining.
The other 2 rigs described, both start up the same, but never get a diff update and continue mining the lowest diff indefinitely...
Reboot doesn't help, newest drivers installed on all machines, I have never noticed a difference in any of these rigs until this, I'm afraid to turn off the one that's working, lol.

Anyone have any suggestions?
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October 05, 2018, 02:52:26 AM
Last edit: October 05, 2018, 07:21:04 AM by JW_B
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RTcore, Tensorcore are not useful for x16r. Right?

Do you plan compile CUDA 9.X with z-enemy for ubuntu?

Z-enemy is rly good performance. But set cuda path so inconvenience at ubuntu.

I hope that enemy compiled cuda realease soon.
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October 05, 2018, 08:18:13 AM
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Have issues with api. There were no issues with other miners, just typed --api 192.168.0.104:2222.
Tried all options, but no result. Can anybody type example. Just don't make me read help.txt
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October 05, 2018, 08:24:24 AM
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Yea, antivirus thinks like 98% of miners are trojans..  Stick to trusted miners..

I just download from the opening post. It is safer.
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October 05, 2018, 09:29:57 AM
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So I have a strange anomaly... running 1.21 on 3 different rigs, 2 4x 1080ti and a 6 card rig mixed with 1080/1080ti.
The 4 card rigs are pretty much identical, trying to run on ZPool.
One 4 card rig starts up and gets a whole bunch of low diff shares and then gets a diff update and slows down, but finding bigger shares, all is good and right in the world of mining.
The other 2 rigs described, both start up the same, but never get a diff update and continue mining the lowest diff indefinitely...
Reboot doesn't help, newest drivers installed on all machines, I have never noticed a difference in any of these rigs until this, I'm afraid to turn off the one that's working, lol.

Anyone have any suggestions?

I noticed this as well. Always the same rig that jumps difficulty.
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October 06, 2018, 05:07:06 PM
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Z-ENEMY VER 1.22 From: Dk & Enemy (z-enemy)

IMPORTANT:
For maximum performance make sure you have latest drivers  (ver. 415+)
http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx 

- Experimental CUDA 10 support: Higher speeds and stability, support for new RTX2080 & 2080 Ti cards
- Performance improvements: 2-5% for most algos (Hex, X16, X17, Bitcore, C11, etc..)

Cuda 10 version  32 & 64 performs faster in most algos ... Update you Nvidia drivers - minimum (ver. 415+)
Important.  This is the first basic build for Cuda 10, please leave feedback in our channel  #z-enemy-122test
Discord https://discord.gg/JTZm3ra

Windows:
Cuda 10.0 ( new drivers ver.415+)
   x32 : https://mega.nz/#!kfxiWQ4I!Cu_gYdwk_ymtD8wDof_FPnzRH5-S4c1siOb8uxT5gmU
   x64 : https://mega.nz/#!ke4yAKYR!FSF7_ykffrm0vpbaqsA4QCn0tDX3hC8EZi5zUIPql3s

Cuda 9.2  ( drivers ver 398+)
   x32 : https://mega.nz/#!MG41TKjK!sHNKOBuhc-Dv6c8t0HYgKwDsXUL0106i5BI1ac2vuZ8
   x64 : https://mega.nz/#!hCgEDIaJ!Zvk_XtT0JNMIHMWKpQj82PZ1FdzBgWAolnkcVa-u9Qs

Cuda 9.1  ( old drivers ver.388+)
   x32 : https://mega.nz/#!YHwwHAoI!nzGtRyyZjqOtfVKHkLqyrkwAgduTk1kYjRJOV-5RMFE
   x64 : https://mega.nz/#!4DgykYwa!oJ438B4qpKslASizjDJTikY_15o8eFYUPsQq20MMp9A

Linux: (HiveOS, PiMP OS , EthOS & Ubuntu)
  Cuda  9.0 : https://mega.nz/#!Me5WBAaS!Gt2Zyg31KuwgTDL6ujFZUkzg0XvchLomzbcg1e7PNRw
  Cuda  9.1 : https://mega.nz/#!kPwAEQZS!FO2G-xYEIFLNjWNhoz9eGrGHDBf-4qBlB2mh0n7J8UA
  Cuda  9.2 : https://mega.nz/#!wfgwyaIa!4IIOCoGnWhyTHPhg6s9ovTI5lu0PWp2DZaRHpHUai0w
  Cuda 10.0 : https://mega.nz/#!kPhiiKhK!Rg39XjGplhKsxPL7cxf7k1YQjEH88n6wHTcpi2usdxk

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October 08, 2018, 05:25:51 AM
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It is very interesting to see the hashrate and power consumption of the new miner in different algorithms from the owners of the new series of RTX cards.
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October 09, 2018, 03:28:56 AM
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What perf increase are we looking at for CUDA 9 vs CUDA 10? To run CUDA 10, just need the latest drivers?

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October 09, 2018, 05:53:25 PM
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I have a rig of 6 x 2080. First, remember that there are no miners totally compatible with the new nuclei other than the CUDA, such as the RAY and the Tensor. So in the future it will improve.

It usually equals or exceeds in a bit the 1080ti in almost all the algos.

The good thing is that it is worth less than the 1080ti 2 months ago, and that its maximum TDP is 210W instead of the 250W of the 1080ti, matching performance, which will eventually improve as the mining software does.

I work at 85% of TDP about 180W of consumption. But I have seen reviews that work with TDP of 60-65% and increase more the core about 100-200 and memory between +200 and +1000. It works very well with low TDP.

Cuda 10 is only necessary right now to support RTX
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October 09, 2018, 10:02:32 PM
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mirror
http://radio.r41.ru/z-enemy.1-22-cuda9.2_x64.zip
http://radio.r41.ru/z-enemy.1-22-cuda9.2_x32.zip
http://radio.r41.ru/z-enemy.1-22-cuda9.1_x64.zip
http://radio.r41.ru/z-enemy.1-22-cuda9.1_x32.zip
http://radio.r41.ru/z-enemy.1-22-cuda10.0_x32.zip
http://radio.r41.ru/z-enemy.1-22-cuda10.0_x64.zip
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October 10, 2018, 12:22:10 AM
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I have a rig of 6 x 2080.

The good thing is that it is worth less than the 1080ti 2 months ago, and that its maximum TDP is 210W instead of the 250W of the 1080ti, matching performance, which will eventually improve as the mining software does.



I thought the 2080 was barely faster than the 1080 ti and near $1k? I've seen 1080 ti's going for near $750, no? I'm not sure the new cards are worth buying with AMD coming out with the 670/680 series for much less money.

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October 10, 2018, 05:42:49 PM
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RTX 2080 Zealot/Enemy quick test 1.21a vs 1.22
https://youtu.be/XyZbuCeLv8Y
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October 11, 2018, 10:48:11 AM
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Hi, do you recommend manually setting difficulty for icemining pool, or any other particular recommendations for this pool ?..

also how do you set the failover pool to the 2nd icemining address if the EU fails ?..

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October 11, 2018, 08:33:25 PM
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I've been running 4x GPUs (3x 1070s and 1x 1070Ti) for days with 1.20 and had no issues. I had some strange errors with 1.21 with low hashrates and so went back to 1.20.

For 1.20 I ran with intensity 21 and 120watts on all 4 without any issues. memory was at -500 although some said to do -502 which im not sure why. And core voltage is up to 140 I think, ill have to double check on that.

Each card is running between 61-65C and I've yet to see it crash on 1.20. My total wattage is around 500-535 which I'll take anyday over 850watts. Electricity these days are freakin expensive in California.

I've ran this setup on ubuntu 16.04, 18.04 server and desktop variations, mint 18 and now running it on mint 19 and it's solid. I'll try 1.22 and give an update in about 24 hours.
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