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February 19, 2011, 11:36:06 PM
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So, I was looking at the hardware comparison here:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

And I noticed that the miners "clmine", "calmine", and "clmine2" were mentioned. Which are these? tcam's miner written in C? puddinpop's RPC miner?
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February 20, 2011, 01:12:19 PM
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These are my private miner versions.
clmine is my old OpenCL miner, should be about as fast as older versions of m0 or diablo.
clmine2 is my newer OpenCL miner, roughly on par with current m0 or diablo.
calmine is a CAL IL miner with BFI_INT, closest thing would be mrbs miner.

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February 20, 2011, 04:16:21 PM
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Thanks. I also have another question that's unrelated, but I'd rather not clutter up the forum with a new thread, so I'll put it in here.

I'm running a nvidia GTX460 for mining under ubuntu, and I'd like to overclock it. I read that setting the "Coolbits" option correctly would enable this, so I read through the documentation to figure out how to set the option to enable fan controls and overclocking. Apparently, lowering the clock rate is supported, but raising it is not according to both nvidia's documentation, and screwing around with the configuration utility provided with the driver. Does any one here know of a nvidia linux driver that does allow overclocking? That would be much appreciated.
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May 30, 2011, 09:52:05 PM
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Sry for thread necrophilia, but
These are my private miner versions.
clmine is my old OpenCL miner, should be about as fast as older versions of m0 or diablo.
clmine2 is my newer OpenCL miner, roughly on par with current m0 or diablo.
calmine is a CAL IL miner with BFI_INT, closest thing would be mrbs miner.
Are these miners availabe anywhere ? From what I can see from the wiki, I'd be really interested to try them.

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