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May 22, 2018, 11:43:30 AM
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We've decided to close this topic and open a new one, which will be self-moderated.

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do you have any data on a 1080ti?
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Hmm, tried all algos and it isn't faster for me than other free miners...
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Hmm, tried all algos and it isn't faster for me than other free miners...

same here. does it take some time until it reaches full speed? or do we have to tweak around with intensity?
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Hmm, tried all algos and it isn't faster for me than other free miners...
Which hardware do you use and what is your hash rate?

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May 22, 2018, 03:13:17 PM
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Hmm, tried all algos and it isn't faster for me than other free miners...
Which hardware do you use and what is your hash rate?

GTX 1070 and lyra2v2 is at 40Mh/s
neoscrypt is at 1,1Mh/s (which is to be honest a good result, because only hsrminer fork by justaminer reaches this value)
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May 22, 2018, 08:48:47 PM
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little test on skein:

4x gtx 1070 alexis78 ---2100 mhs   DRED 1846 Mh/s

on lyra2ver2
4x gtx 1070 Alexis 78 152 Mh/s   Dred 156 Mh/s


lets say.
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Tested lyra2rev2 just for a few minutes, but my cards run way too hot with this miner, had to switch it off. (Afterburner showing same temps)



Lyra2z is not supported for 1080 Ti, Phi hashrate is around 31/32 Mhs, again very high temps.
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Trying this miner out now for a while, mining Lyra2REv2 on my 5x1080 rig. I'm quite keen to have a worthy replacement to the Alexis78 forks because they alwatys end up being unstable for me and crash my rig sometimes up to several times a day.


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Some weird hashrates here. Two 1080's hashing at 52Mh/s, three at 44. All exact same clock settings... Not too sure what causes the differences.


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May 25, 2018, 05:23:53 AM
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Some weird hashrates here. Two 1080's hashing at 52Mh/s, three at 44. All exact same clock settings... Not too sure what causes the differences.

We will investigate this issue. You can also try to run mulpiple instances of miner and configure each instance to work with one graphics card (just for test).

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not more than Nicehash miner which is free. Why do we need to use with 1% fee.
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Although not compulsory, some kind of built-in watchdog/restarter is always a nice feature (had a driver crash last night, miner kept running with 0h/s on all cards).


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May 25, 2018, 09:40:20 AM
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Very good start.

you need to add some functions.
-show hashrate when press h button on the keyboard.
-show watt information.
-set fan speed in bat file.
-failover pools in bat file or pools file which is used by your miner.

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I have tested your miner on neoscrypt algorithm with NVIDIA GTX1050TI 4GB with my default OC settings. Your miner looks like more stable and a little bit faster. I didnt checked the pool side. This informations are based on the miner reports.

I hope you will release Linux version. There is no any competitor for neoscrypt on Linux.

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Although not compulsory, some kind of built-in watchdog/restarter is always a nice feature (had a driver crash last night, miner kept running with 0h/s on all cards).

We agree that watchdog is useful for stable mining. We plan to add this feature in the next release.


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I have tested your miner on neoscrypt algorithm with NVIDIA GTX1050TI 4GB with my default OC settings. Your miner looks like more stable and a little bit faster. I didnt checked the pool side. This informations are based on the miner reports.

I hope you will release Linux version. There is no any competitor for neoscrypt on Linux.

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Thank you for your feedback - it helps us to understand which features have a #1 priority and improve our product. The Linux version is under development but mostly implemented.

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Someone already tested these algorithms with a GTX 1080 Ti? Huh

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1080Ti, no OC, Blake2s ~6.5Ghs, Neoscrypt 1.65Ghs, I didn't measure pool results.

Slower than ccminer and hsrminer, but as someone said before, good starting point.

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May 25, 2018, 01:06:53 PM
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not more than Nicehash miner which is free. Why do we need to use with 1% fee.

In the performance tests for Neoscrypt carried out by our team, CryptoDredge is faster than Nicehash on GTX 1050, GTX 1060, and GTX 1070. Starting from GTX 1080 it is indeed not faster than Nicehash.

We are working on optimization of this algo for latest graphics cards and we have reason to believe that CryptoDredge will be in first place.

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