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July 29, 2018, 03:12:30 AM
Last edit: March 17, 2019, 08:39:16 PM by miniZ
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Hi!

miniZ is a fast and friendly Equihash <144,5> <192,7> <96,5> Cuda miner. https://miniz.ch

  * Supports mining all Equihash <144,5> (BTG, BTCZ, XSG, LTZ, BCRM, ANON, ZEL…), <192,7> (ZER, SAFE, GENX, VDL, ZERC) and <96,5> (MNX) cryptocurrencies.
  * miniZ is compiled for Linux and Windows.
  * Requires minimum 2GB GPUs. Ex. GTX 1050 2GB.
  * Cool console output and telemetry monitoring.
  * Supports most mining pools.
  * Developer fee is set to 2%.

Use Cuda 10.0 versions with the RTX GPUs. For other GPUs you should test and see which performs best.

miniZ v1.2l
 * Support for Equihash 192,7 (ZER, SAFE, GENX, VDL, ZERC).
 * miniZ GUI Launcher v1.0. (Windows)
 * Minor speed improvements for 144,5.
 * Fixed --intensity option. Express in percentage [0,100].
 * Other bug fixes.
  
Hive OS support @ https://miniz.ch/2019/03/17/hive-os-support-3/

Equihash 144,5:
 * GTX 1050 2GB ~19-20 Sol/s
 * GTX 1050 Ti 4GB ~20-22 Sol/s
 * GTX 1060 3GB ~36-40 Sol/s
 * GTX 1070 8GB ~59-65 Sol/s
 * GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ~64-74 Sol/s
 * GTX 1080 8GB ~65-73 Sol/s
 * GTX 1080 Ti 11GB ~88-96 Sol/s
 * RTX 2070 8GB ~63-71 Sol/s

Equihash 96,5:
  * GTX 1050 2GB ~8.2-9.1 KSol/s
  * GTX 1050 Ti 4GB ~9.1-9.9 KSol/s
  * GTX 1060 3GB ~14.6-16.1 KSol/s
  * GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ~24.7-28.1 KSol/s
  * GTX 1080 8GB ~26.0-28.7 KSol/s
  * RTX 2070 8GB ~25.5-28.3 KSol/s

Equihash 192,7:
  * GTX 1050 Ti 4GB ~11-12 Sol/s
  * GTX 1060 3GB ~20-23 Sol/s
  * GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ~36-42 Sol/s
  * GTX 1080 8GB ~36-40 Sol/s
  * GTX 1080 Ti 11GB ~51-57 Sol/s
  * RTX 2070 8GB ~35-40 Sol/s  


For download and more information check the website:
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Older versions:
miniZ v1.1k
 * Support for Equihash 96,5 (MinexCoin).
 * Speed improvement up to ~6%, depending on GPU and OC settings.
 * Modified miner behavior when all user pools are down: miner stops mining and tries to reconnect every minute.
 * Cleaner console exit status for better OS management.
 * Bug fixes.

miniZ v1.0j
 * Speed improvement up to ~4%, depending on GPU.
 * Current/average power added to console and log/output file.
 * Current/average total power added to console and log/output file.
 * Added accepted share efficiency per GPU, expressed as a percentage (Accepted Shares/Total Shares * 100)
 * Added --shares-detail option to show accepted/rejected shares per GPU, instead of accepted share efficiency.
 * Added --log-delay option to define the time to wait (in seconds) before starting periodic writes to the log/output file.
 * Added --log-period option to define the time interval (in seconds) between periodic writes to the log/output file.
 * Added --f11 option for small tuning. (see Usage page)
 * Windows Cuda 10.0 version (excluded Cuda 9.2).
 * Bug fixes.

miniZ v1.0i++
  * GTX 1080 Ti performance is back!
  * Fixed logfile output.
  * Further attempts to correct uncommon but persistent crashes.

  * Modifications to improve stability.
  * Speed improvement in Windows version.
  * Merged output and errors into the same logfile.
  * --gpu-line is default if more than 3 GPU.

  * Minor speed improvements. (Mostly on GTX 1060 ~3%)
  * Improved efficiencies. (~2-3%)
  * Improved stability.
  * --latency (ping) is now calculated with shorter average period.
  * --nocolor option for no color in console. Now logfile is always no color.
  * Bug fixes.

miniZ v1.0h
  * Speed improvement. Up to 5%, depending on GPU.
  * --nocolor option for cleaner logfile.
  * --pers auto, for automatic personalization string, compatible with some pools.
  * Improved stability at low power conditions.
  * The GPU order is now pci bus order by default.
  * Added cuda_error.log file output for cuda errors.
  * --latency to show pool ping latency.
  * Added api compatibility with Awesome miner.
  * Minor bug fixes.
  * Hive OS support @ https://miniz.ch/2018/12/13/hive-os-support/

miniZ v1.0g
  * Major speed improvement. Up to 10%, depending on GPU.
  * Fixed support for rigs with >10 GPUs.
  * Minor bug fixes.

miniZ v1.0f
  * Major speed improvement. Up to 16%, depending on GPU.
  * Minor bug fixes.
  * Added extra version compiled with cuda 10.0.
  * Added support for RTX 20xx GPUs (alpha stage).  
  * Added --version option to print some miniZ version information. (Check Usage page)

miniZ v1.0e
  * Supports 2GB GPUs on Windows OS.
  * Added ––log option to generate log file. (Check Usage page)
  * Speed improvement. Up to 5%, depending on GPU.

miniZ v1.0d
  * Major speed improvement. Up to 12%, depending on GPU.
  * The temperature limit in the gauge meter was changed (telemetry).
  * More accurate power consumption and Sol/W output.

miniZ v1.0c
  * Major speed improvement. Up to 20%, depending on GPU.
  * Better support for 1070 Ti 8GB.
  * More stable mining for 2GB GPUs.
  * Requires minimum 1.9GB. Ex. in Linux you can run miniZ and Xorg with the same GPU.

miniZ v1.0b
  * There is a Windows version available! Smiley
  * minor speed improvement.
  * Corrected minor bugs (--cuda-devices is working now, ...)
  * Added support for Kepler GPUs

miniZ v1.0a
  * miniZ v1.0a is released for Linux only.


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July 29, 2018, 04:19:29 AM
Last edit: November 10, 2018, 02:48:12 AM by Overdrive5
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Hi, Just thought you would like to know it does work with ZhashOS using Nvidia 384.111 driver.

Really like the UI report information. Sol rate was a little slower using the same O/C settings for EWBF.

I was seeing 35.5-36 Sol/s with 1070ti @ 104w, +240cc, +1290mc. I would normally see 36-42 Sol/s.

But I only ran it for a few minutes as it is late here.

I'll try to see if the app can allow a higher O/C bump tomorrow and let you know.

I think you are off to a really good start, but will need to get more optimization to be head on competitive.

Looking forward to your continued efforts!

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July 29, 2018, 12:02:57 PM
Last edit: November 10, 2018, 11:59:22 PM by miniZ
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Hi Overdrive5, thank you for your encouragement and feedback.

Indeed, it is important to know it does work with ZhashOS using Nvidia 384.111 driver.
 
Unfortunately, I do not have a 1070Ti so it is not (yet) optimized for that GPU.
However, miniZ Sol/s take sometime to stabilize, since it uses an exponential running mean. Your Sol/s may still go up a little bit.

Keep me up to date with your findings Smiley

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July 30, 2018, 06:11:10 AM
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Oh looks really nice. Any plans for a windows version?
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July 30, 2018, 02:28:04 PM
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Hi, yes there are plans for a windows version in the short term and we are working on it. However it is hard to say when it will be ready.
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August 03, 2018, 02:14:01 PM
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Result of 5 x 1070 Ti tuned rig (PL=120W, OC=200/1200):



With EWBF the hash rate is 233 sol/s at max. 64 °C GPU temperature.

Watching the nvidia-smi table I realized that the GPU usage switches between 98% and 100% with miniZ miner.
EWBF solved this issue in v0.5, GPU usage stays always at 100%.

Hope, that helps for improving your miniZ.

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August 06, 2018, 11:12:52 PM
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 Hi Swisstrader,

 thanks a lot for your feedback.
 Indeed, miniZ is not optimized for the GTX 1070 Ti, but we are woking on it and it will be fixed in the next version.
 Btw, did you test it on windows or linux?
 Cheers!
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Hi Swisstrader,

 thanks a lot for your feedback.
 Indeed, miniZ is not optimized for the GTX 1070 Ti, but we are woking on it and it will be fixed in the next version.
 Btw, did you test it on windows or linux?
 Cheers!

Hi,
thanks for the honest feedback.
Tested on Ubuntu 17.10.1 64bit, all 1070Ti tuned.
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How does this make any sense? 23 solutions?

Isnt 280 to 300 solutions per second what u should be getting on a GTX 1060?
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How does this make any sense? 23 solutions?

Isnt 280 to 300 solutions per second what u should be getting on a GTX 1060?


This is equihash 144,5 not equihash 200,9.
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October 10, 2018, 09:45:28 PM
Last edit: October 11, 2018, 07:08:22 PM by miniZ
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Hi everyone,

miniZ v1.0c has been released!

 * Major speed improvement. Up to 20%, depending on GPU.
 * Better support for 1070 Ti 8GB.

For download and more information check the website:
https://miniz.ch

We'll keep working to ensure you'll have the best mining experience.
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1080ti is not support?

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October 11, 2018, 01:33:19 AM
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Hi,

It should work fine.

Unfortunately, we do not have a 1080Ti so we don't know how well it would perform.

It would be great to have your feedback Smiley

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October 11, 2018, 01:17:55 PM
Last edit: October 11, 2018, 07:08:39 PM by miniZ
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Hi everyone,

thank you all for your support and feedback.

miniZ version 1.0c has been updated

* More stable mining for 2GB GPUs.
* Requires minimum 1.9GB. Ex. in Linux you can run miniZ and Xorg with the same GPU.

For download and more information check the website:
https://miniz.ch


Happy mining!
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October 14, 2018, 07:03:50 AM
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Nice to see an EWBF competitor!
This inspires both of you to make mining faster and better!
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October 17, 2018, 10:50:15 PM
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Nice to see an EWBF competitor!
This inspires both of you to make mining faster and better!

Thank you and all the miniZ  community for the encouragement.
 
There is a new miniZ  version v1.0d available for you Smiley

Download @ https://miniz.ch!

Happy miniZ  mining!
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October 19, 2018, 08:38:49 PM
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Hi everyone!

we found a problem (probably you did too) while running miniZ Windows version 1.0d.
This is now fixed! You can check back and try it out!

To go directly to the download page: https://miniz.ch/download/

Because your feedback is precious, do not hesitate to leave us a message through our website @ https://miniz.ch

We’ll also check this forum regularly!

Happy mining!
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November 01, 2018, 06:13:35 PM
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There is a new miniZ v1.0e available  Smiley

Download @ https://miniz.ch/download/ !

Happy mining!
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November 02, 2018, 05:21:05 PM
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6xGTX1060 6GB
185 core
200 mem
71 power limit
Windows - 416.34

168-178 sol/s, 556W - miniZ
186-198 sol/s, 570W - Gminer

looks like gpu is not fully used
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November 03, 2018, 06:51:57 PM
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Hi,

It is good to know!

For both speed and consumption there are differences, for that GPU. Although they are not the same, they look less dissimilar if one looks at efficiencies.

It is always better to let miniZ run for a bit, so that it can be closer to a steady state. The average tends to be pretty stable making it easier to compare.

Thank you for the feedback. Smiley


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