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Author Topic: T-Rex 0.14.6 NVIDIA GPU miner with web monitoring page and auto-updates  (Read 117040 times)
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November 11, 2018, 10:19:40 PM
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how many h/s do you get with this miner for 1080 and 1080ti please?
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November 12, 2018, 02:24:39 AM
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Hey @trexminer thanks for keeping on the new algorithms and improving the existing ones. You are one of the hottest miners we have in PiMP OS now and we really appreciate the stability of both the hashing and the api so we can get accurate stats reporting to miner.farm web interface. It was nice talking to you about code today.

Keep up the "ferocious pace" of hard work and talk to you in your discord!

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November 12, 2018, 02:52:51 PM
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how many h/s do you get with this miner for 1080 and 1080ti please?
Do you want to know all of 20 algos speed?

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November 12, 2018, 07:49:21 PM
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Loving this miner so far, vs enemy. My highs and lows are higher with T-Rex. Mining RVN btw
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November 13, 2018, 06:24:39 AM
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Just try new version of t-rex 0.7.4 on my 1060 3Gb with algo x16r. Core clock  2025, memory in stock 8,5-15 M/h from card.
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November 13, 2018, 01:22:06 PM
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trexminer:

Issue of trex crashing after mining dev fee still exists in 0.7.3:


Thanks. This issue has just been identified and fixed.
0.7.4 will contain the fix

Works as advertised now, thanks

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November 13, 2018, 02:03:47 PM
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Hitting Ctrl-C makes it hang. It doesn't terminate.
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November 13, 2018, 04:38:15 PM
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very good miner advise everyone the highest speed on it so keep
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November 15, 2018, 10:17:45 AM
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     XDAG is a very good encryption digital currency, the main network has been online at the beginning of the year, many miners dig this currency, unfortunately no one developed hoe tools for him. Can technology God develop a hoe software for this virtual coin?
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November 16, 2018, 01:37:26 PM
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0.7.4 give me some extra Hash power  to my  Asus ROG Strix GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti ~7940 kH/s with 0.7.2 I get a max of 7850kH/s  SUQA coin X22i algo

Code:
20181116 15:32:27 Uptime: 8 mins 38 secs
20181116 15:32:30 [ OK ] 176/176 - 8048.35 kH/s, 95ms
20181116 15:32:38 [ OK ] 177/177 - 8067.19 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:39 [ OK ] 178/178 - 8068.24 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:53 [ OK ] 179/179 - 8025.99 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:55 [ OK ] 180/180 - 8020.42 kH/s, 97ms
20181116 15:32:55 GPU #0: ASUS GTX 1070 Ti - 8020.42 kH/s, [T:50C, P:104W, F:50%
, E:75kH/W]
20181116 15:32:55 Uptime: 9 mins 6 secs
20181116 15:32:56 [ OK ] 181/181 - 8017.00 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:57 [ OK ] 182/182 - 8013.82 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:33:00 [ OK ] 183/183 - 7999.58 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:33:11 [ OK ] 184/184 - 7958.43 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:33:14 [ OK ] 185/185 - 7956.29 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:33:14 GPU #0: ASUS GTX 1070 Ti - 7956.29 kH/s, [T:50C, P:106W, F:50%
, E:73kH/W]
20181116 15:33:14 Uptime: 9 mins 26 secs
20181116 15:33:14 [ OK ] 186/186 - 7955.76 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:33:19 [ OK ] 187/187 - 7952.57 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:33:24 [ OK ] 188/188 - 7950.20 kH/s, 97ms
20181116 15:33:34 [ OK ] 189/189 - 7948.60 kH/s, 97ms
20181116 15:33:44 [ OK ] 190/190 - 7943.03 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:33:44 GPU #0: ASUS GTX 1070 Ti - 7943.03 kH/s, [T:50C, P:115W, F:50%
, E:76kH/W]
20181116 15:33:44 Uptime: 9 mins 56 secs
20181116 15:33:49 [ OK ] 191/191 - 7945.15 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:33:59 [ OK ] 192/192 - 7942.76 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:34:00 [ OK ] 193/193 - 7943.02 kH/s, 98ms
20181116 15:34:17 [ OK ] 194/194 - 7941.18 kH/s, 97ms
20181116 15:34:22 [ OK ] 195/195 - 7942.50 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:34:22 GPU #0: ASUS GTX 1070 Ti - 7942.50 kH/s, [T:50C, P:118W, F:50%
, E:71kH/W]
20181116 15:34:22 Uptime: 10 mins 34 secs
20181116 15:34:23 [ OK ] 196/196 - 7941.71 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:34:28 [ OK ] 197/197 - 7941.19 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:34:42 [ OK ] 198/198 - 7943.31 kH/s, 95ms
20181116 15:34:43 [ OK ] 199/199 - 7944.37 kH/s, 97ms
20181116 15:35:00 [ OK ] 200/200 - 7941.47 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:35:00 GPU #0: ASUS GTX 1070 Ti - 7941.47 kH/s, [T:50C, P:116W, F:50%
, E:73kH/W]


power 65%  clock +240 memory +600
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November 16, 2018, 03:26:17 PM
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0.7.4 give me some extra Hash power  to my  Asus ROG Strix GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti ~7940 kH/s with 0.7.2 I get a max of 7850kH/s  SUQA coin X22i algo

Code:
20181116 15:32:27 Uptime: 8 mins 38 secs
20181116 15:32:30 [ OK ] 176/176 - 8048.35 kH/s, 95ms
20181116 15:32:38 [ OK ] 177/177 - 8067.19 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:39 [ OK ] 178/178 - 8068.24 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:53 [ OK ] 179/179 - 8025.99 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:55 [ OK ] 180/180 - 8020.42 kH/s, 97ms
20181116 15:32:55 GPU #0: ASUS GTX 1070 Ti - 8020.42 kH/s, [T:50C, P:104W, F:50%
, E:75kH/W]


power 65%  clock +240 memory +600
You are doing it wrong
Your efficiency is 74Kh/w

Code:
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU0 GTX 1070 Ti : 6654KH/s (Avr 6570KH/s) : 105,3KH/W : T=57C Fan=37%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU1 GTX 1070 Ti : 6446KH/s (Avr 6462KH/s) : 104,3KH/W : T=57C Fan=34%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU2 GTX 1070 Ti : 6778KH/s (Avr 6827KH/s) : 108,1KH/W : T=55C Fan=31%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU3 GTX 1070 Ti : 6572KH/s (Avr 6624KH/s) : 104,0KH/W : T=55C Fan=30%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU4 GTX 1070 Ti : 6654KH/s (Avr 6564KH/s) : 106,6KH/W : T=56C Fan=32%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU5 GTX 1070 Ti : 6983KH/s (Avr 6967KH/s) : 105,4KH/W : T=57C Fan=34%
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November 16, 2018, 11:03:13 PM
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0.7.4 give me some extra Hash power  to my  Asus ROG Strix GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti ~7940 kH/s with 0.7.2 I get a max of 7850kH/s  SUQA coin X22i algo

Code:
20181116 15:32:27 Uptime: 8 mins 38 secs
20181116 15:32:30 [ OK ] 176/176 - 8048.35 kH/s, 95ms
20181116 15:32:38 [ OK ] 177/177 - 8067.19 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:39 [ OK ] 178/178 - 8068.24 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:53 [ OK ] 179/179 - 8025.99 kH/s, 96ms
20181116 15:32:55 [ OK ] 180/180 - 8020.42 kH/s, 97ms
20181116 15:32:55 GPU #0: ASUS GTX 1070 Ti - 8020.42 kH/s, [T:50C, P:104W, F:50%
, E:75kH/W]


power 65%  clock +240 memory +600
You are doing it wrong
Your efficiency is 74Kh/w

Code:
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU0 GTX 1070 Ti : 6654KH/s (Avr 6570KH/s) : 105,3KH/W : T=57C Fan=37%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU1 GTX 1070 Ti : 6446KH/s (Avr 6462KH/s) : 104,3KH/W : T=57C Fan=34%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU2 GTX 1070 Ti : 6778KH/s (Avr 6827KH/s) : 108,1KH/W : T=55C Fan=31%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU3 GTX 1070 Ti : 6572KH/s (Avr 6624KH/s) : 104,0KH/W : T=55C Fan=30%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU4 GTX 1070 Ti : 6654KH/s (Avr 6564KH/s) : 106,6KH/W : T=56C Fan=32%
[16:22:40] INFO  - GPU5 GTX 1070 Ti : 6983KH/s (Avr 6967KH/s) : 105,4KH/W : T=57C Fan=34%


what settings you have there?  but 6900kH/s is low

 I see if my CPU  i7 7700 is use like 20-30% (for example  let the Suqa Wallet to do some cpu mining) I get 8000kH/s
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November 16, 2018, 11:35:10 PM
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what settings you have there?  but 6900kH/s is low

 I see if my CPU  i7 7700 is use like 20-30% (for example  let the Suqa Wallet to do some cpu mining) I get 8000kH/s
If your electricity rate is low you can go with bad kh/w
In my case, if I was using your setting I would make 1.76$ with 10 cards (i have 24) but with my setting i make 2.47$ once electricty is paid with a rate of 0.1525$/kwh

At a rate of 10c/kwh with my settings I would still make more.

The break even point is between 0.07 and 0.08c/kwh

My settings are 0.6375v +400 core -600 memory with nvinspector
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November 17, 2018, 01:21:35 PM
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what settings you have there?  but 6900kH/s is low

 I see if my CPU  i7 7700 is use like 20-30% (for example  let the Suqa Wallet to do some cpu mining) I get 8000kH/s
If your electricity rate is low you can go with bad kh/w
In my case, if I was using your setting I would make 1.76$ with 10 cards (i have 24) but with my setting i make 2.47$ once electricty is paid with a rate of 0.1525$/kwh

At a rate of 10c/kwh with my settings I would still make more.

The break even point is between 0.07 and 0.08c/kwh

My settings are 0.6375v +400 core -600 memory with nvinspector


How come these cards dont crash ? I mean basically i’ve never seen a card go beyond 250 cc with low voltage point. What is your power draw (in nvidiainspector) per card ? Also what is current clock shown ?
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November 18, 2018, 10:30:29 AM
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what settings you have there?  but 6900kH/s is low

 I see if my CPU  i7 7700 is use like 20-30% (for example  let the Suqa Wallet to do some cpu mining) I get 8000kH/s
If your electricity rate is low you can go with bad kh/w
In my case, if I was using your setting I would make 1.76$ with 10 cards (i have 24) but with my setting i make 2.47$ once electricty is paid with a rate of 0.1525$/kwh

At a rate of 10c/kwh with my settings I would still make more.

The break even point is between 0.07 and 0.08c/kwh

My settings are 0.6375v +400 core -600 memory with nvinspector


How come these cards dont crash ? I mean basically i’ve never seen a card go beyond 250 cc with low voltage point. What is your power draw (in nvidiainspector) per card ? Also what is current clock shown ?
With 0.6375 you can set +400 core but this doesn't mean they are actualy at this clock. Actualy nvinspector give a current clock of 1190 which is actually 400 under the default but gpu clock shows 2000mhz.
I must admit that this part escapes me because if I set the clock to +0 my hashrate definitely crumbles.
nvinspector gives 63w per card
Just test with this settings in a bat file from nvinspector folder and thank me later Smiley

Code:
SET VOLT=637500
SET MEMORY=-600
SET CORE=400

SET GPU0=-lockVoltagePoint:0,%VOLT% -setBaseClockOffset:0,0,%CORE% -setMemoryClockOffset:0,0,%MEMORY%
SET GPU1=-lockVoltagePoint:1,%VOLT% -setBaseClockOffset:1,0,%CORE% -setMemoryClockOffset:1,0,%MEMORY%
SET GPU2=-lockVoltagePoint:2,%VOLT% -setBaseClockOffset:2,0,%CORE% -setMemoryClockOffset:2,0,%MEMORY%
SET GPU3=-lockVoltagePoint:3,%VOLT% -setBaseClockOffset:3,0,%CORE% -setMemoryClockOffset:3,0,%MEMORY%
SET GPU4=-lockVoltagePoint:4,%VOLT% -setBaseClockOffset:4,0,%CORE% -setMemoryClockOffset:4,0,%MEMORY%
SET GPU5=-lockVoltagePoint:5,%VOLT% -setBaseClockOffset:5,0,%CORE% -setMemoryClockOffset:5,0,%MEMORY%

nvidiaInspector.exe %GPU0% %GPU1% %GPU2% %GPU3% %GPU4% %GPU5%
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November 18, 2018, 08:49:55 PM
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My settings are 0.6375v +400 core -600 memory with nvinspector


Are you set "Power Limit" or only undervolting ?
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November 19, 2018, 06:15:58 AM
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Just try new version of t-rex 0.7.4 on my 1060 3Gb with algo x16r. Core clock  2025, memory in stock 8,5-15 M/h from card.
After couple days of using t-rex 0.7.4 can report hashrate 10-11 MH/s at the pool side on x16r, 1060 3gb, settings in prev post.
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My settings are 0.6375v +400 core -600 memory with nvinspector


Are you set "Power Limit" or only undervolting ?

Just undervolting. You should not touch any settings in afterburner (actualy, if you click apply on anything on afterburner with the settings automatically detected you have a guaranteed crash)
PowerLimit is just a restriction on how much voltage the card can use (that's why you can see the voltage bumping up and down in afterburner). Undervolting will fix the voltage
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November 19, 2018, 12:42:23 PM
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Many thanks to the creator of this great miner,
and it would be really nice to have failover for pools in pools.txt files!

This feature is already supported via "-c <config file name>" launch argument. See config_example file in the miner archive.
How to configure failover, if pools disconnected in .bat file?
Config have priority. It is not comfortable Sad
In Claymore's software it in epools file. Very comfortably. And I can mine via .bat file and failover pools settings in a separate file epools.txt
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November 19, 2018, 05:04:22 PM
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TEST  X16r RTX 2080
https://youtu.be/U7a-NfUS2k8

Good job.
Developers wish you good luck !!!
Thanks for the program.
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