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October 29, 2018, 08:37:45 AM
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DAMN! I'm really disappointed  Undecided

This miner was looking so promising. I have been using XMR-Stak for months now to mine (mostly) Loki using (mostly) cryptonight-heavy.

I am running Windows 8.1 X64 on a core i7 7700K, with 1 x gtx 1080 and 3 x gtx 1070s.

I have used Nvidia Profile inspector DmW to force P state 0 and I run all the cards at core +120 memory +500 (except the 1080 gets memory +400).

XMR-Stak gives me these hashrates:  1080 ~ 680 h/s  1070s 720-760 h/s

..so you can imagine my excitement when I tried CryptoDredge and immediately I see:  1080 ~ 800 h/s 1070s 880-900 h/s !!!

WOOT! I said to myself - I've found my new favourite miner.

BUT as always seems to be the case it was too good to be true.  Huh

I have a random system hard-reboot. Sometimes the miner runs for just a couple of minutes. Once it accepted about 100 shares and must have run for about 20 or 30 minutes. This was after my driver update but with my full original overclocks.

I have tried updating the Nvidia driver from a 397.xx version to a 398.xx version. I am avoiding going into the 4XX.xx drivers because I recently updated to 417.xx and saw a drop of 20% in XMR-Stak.

I have reverted back to P-state 2. I have lowered my overclocks a bit. Both of these tactics reduced the hash-rate advantage and actually seemed to make no difference to the reboot occurence.

Has anyone else seen anything similar? Any suggestions? XMR-Stak will run stable for days. If I had kind of stability and the hash-rates I see when it does run I would be a new convert and I would also go tell any Nvidia XMR-Stak users who would listen that they are missing out.

Unless this is a sudden coincidental hardware fault, it just seems to happen using CryptoDredge 0.9.3.

xmr-stak 2.5.1 vs CD 0.9.2 on cnv7 (3300 vs 3580)
https://imgur.com/a/B9HubsI


this is what optimized xmr-stak can do in cnv8 (3200). 1080 Ti, 1080, 1070 Ti and 1070.
https://i.imgur.com/8e4cVeD.jpg

OK so what I can see from your info is that you have core clocks lowered considerably and memory clocks as high as possible.

I might try that but it seems that no matter what i do, XMR-Stak is stable and keeps running but with a much lower hash rate than CryptoDredge - but when I run CryptoDredge, even with all GPUs at factory settings, my system reboots.

I was wondering, does the CD watchdog cause reboot or just stop the miner.

I was also wondering if I should just install Ubuntu and run CD in linux to see if that stops the goddamn rebooting.

OK so something occurred to me. I was originally using this machine for gaming so the display was coming from the 1080. I have now gone into bios, activated the onboard graphics and I'm using that for display, so now all the GPUs are just running cryptodredge and the 1st GPU isn't trying to mine and provide display simultaneously.

I hope this may solve my reboot problems but I will let everyone know. Rookie mistake maybe? I know that when I used to mine ETH I always had onboard video disabled and used the 1st GPU for display and mining but I don't remember the rules for Nvidia and custom versions of ccminer like this one.

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October 29, 2018, 02:59:28 PM
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OK so something occurred to me. I was originally using this machine for gaming so the display was coming from the 1080. I have now gone into bios, activated the onboard graphics and I'm using that for display, so now all the GPUs are just running cryptodredge and the 1st GPU isn't trying to mine and provide display simultaneously.

I hope this may solve my reboot problems but I will let everyone know. Rookie mistake maybe? I know that when I used to mine ETH I always had onboard video disabled and used the 1st GPU for display and mining but I don't remember the rules for Nvidia and custom versions of ccminer like this one.

historically CD consumes more power than others miners I have used for same algo and same overclock settings.

Yes you don't need too high core for mining CN on Nvidia.  The bottleneck of memory hits way before you hit the core so yea as high as the memory OC can take. 
Typically 55-60% power is enough for most cards on CN.
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October 29, 2018, 03:28:08 PM
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Thanks again to the CryptoDredge team for the great work on 0.9.3 and getting the monero v8 support in right away for us! We also appreciate the great support in your discord and the solid API support so we can get the stats to miner.farm. The miner is rock solid and runs for weeks and hopefully months Smiley Hope that the support of all of the PiMP OS rigs keeps you turning out more updates all the time!

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October 30, 2018, 03:03:07 AM
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0.9.4 is available (windows version for now, linux coming soon).

 Added bcd, c11, exosis and polytimos.
 Improved performance of some algorithms:

Allium        +3-5%
Phi1612  +16-20%
Skunk     +18-25%

CryptoDredge: ‎NVIDIA GPU Miner
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October 30, 2018, 05:44:38 AM
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DAMN! I'm really disappointed  Undecided

This miner was looking so promising. I have been using XMR-Stak for months now to mine (mostly) Loki using (mostly) cryptonight-heavy.

I am running Windows 8.1 X64 on a core i7 7700K, with 1 x gtx 1080 and 3 x gtx 1070s.

I have used Nvidia Profile inspector DmW to force P state 0 and I run all the cards at core +120 memory +500 (except the 1080 gets memory +400).

XMR-Stak gives me these hashrates:  1080 ~ 680 h/s  1070s 720-760 h/s

..so you can imagine my excitement when I tried CryptoDredge and immediately I see:  1080 ~ 800 h/s 1070s 880-900 h/s !!!

WOOT! I said to myself - I've found my new favourite miner.

BUT as always seems to be the case it was too good to be true.  Huh

I have a random system hard-reboot. Sometimes the miner runs for just a couple of minutes. Once it accepted about 100 shares and must have run for about 20 or 30 minutes. This was after my driver update but with my full original overclocks.

I have tried updating the Nvidia driver from a 397.xx version to a 398.xx version. I am avoiding going into the 4XX.xx drivers because I recently updated to 417.xx and saw a drop of 20% in XMR-Stak.

I have reverted back to P-state 2. I have lowered my overclocks a bit. Both of these tactics reduced the hash-rate advantage and actually seemed to make no difference to the reboot occurence.

Has anyone else seen anything similar? Any suggestions? XMR-Stak will run stable for days. If I had kind of stability and the hash-rates I see when it does run I would be a new convert and I would also go tell any Nvidia XMR-Stak users who would listen that they are missing out.

Unless this is a sudden coincidental hardware fault, it just seems to happen using CryptoDredge 0.9.3.

xmr-stak 2.5.1 vs CD 0.9.2 on cnv7 (3300 vs 3580)
https://imgur.com/a/B9HubsI


this is what optimized xmr-stak can do in cnv8 (3200). 1080 Ti, 1080, 1070 Ti and 1070.
https://i.imgur.com/8e4cVeD.jpg

OK so what I can see from your info is that you have core clocks lowered considerably and memory clocks as high as possible.

I might try that but it seems that no matter what i do, XMR-Stak is stable and keeps running but with a much lower hash rate than CryptoDredge - but when I run CryptoDredge, even with all GPUs at factory settings, my system reboots.

I was wondering, does the CD watchdog cause reboot or just stop the miner.

I was also wondering if I should just install Ubuntu and run CD in linux to see if that stops the goddamn rebooting.

OK so something occurred to me. I was originally using this machine for gaming so the display was coming from the 1080. I have now gone into bios, activated the onboard graphics and I'm using that for display, so now all the GPUs are just running cryptodredge and the 1st GPU isn't trying to mine and provide display simultaneously.

I hope this may solve my reboot problems but I will let everyone know. Rookie mistake maybe? I know that when I used to mine ETH I always had onboard video disabled and used the 1st GPU for display and mining but I don't remember the rules for Nvidia and custom versions of ccminer like this one.

WOOT! after 2 days of pulling my hair out and f&%*ing around, I have solved my problem. It was power distribution. The rig I was testing on has 1 750W power supply and a secondary 1200W server supply. I was stupidly powering a 1080 and 2 x 1070s on the 750W supply and only 1 x 1070 on the secondary. No wonder it was rebooting!

So now I am a Cryptodredge convert. Thank you Cryptodredge devs for a really great miner. I have an improvement of at least 20% mining cryptonight-heavy algo.

1070 cryptonight-heavy XMR-Stak 720-760 h/s  CryptoDredge 870-900 h/s

1080 cryptonight-heavy XMR-Stak 670-690 h/s  CryptoDredge 805-810 h/s

I can also easily run a cpu miner concurrently (which I wanted to achieve because XMR-Stak uses both CPU and GPUs) and I get another 150 h/s.

The whole rig measures around 500W. So that is about 3.6 kh/s for 500W. I wonder if those AMD vega miners can do that well? Also, XMR-Stak has a 2% dev fee (unless you compile yourself) and CryptoDredge is only 1%.

I think CryptyoDredge must officially be the best cryptonight variants miner for Nvidia GPUs. Thanks again devs - your miner is awesome!


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I started mining with 1 AMD 7950 and 1 R9-280X. Then I gradually built my AMD operation into 12 R9-290s. Awesome ETH hash but ridiculous power consumption and heat. Over the last year I defected to the Nvidia team. I now use GTX 1070s. They were expensive to buy (probably a bargain now) but awesome hash rate vs. power consumption. blah blah blah blah
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October 30, 2018, 09:09:53 PM
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WOOT! after 2 days of pulling my hair out and f&%*ing around, I have solved my problem. It was power distribution. The rig I was testing on has 1 750W power supply and a secondary 1200W server supply. I was stupidly powering a 1080 and 2 x 1070s on the 750W supply and only 1 x 1070 on the secondary. No wonder it was rebooting!

So now I am a Cryptodredge convert. Thank you Cryptodredge devs for a really great miner. I have an improvement of at least 20% mining cryptonight-heavy algo.

1070 cryptonight-heavy XMR-Stak 720-760 h/s  CryptoDredge 870-900 h/s

1080 cryptonight-heavy XMR-Stak 670-690 h/s  CryptoDredge 805-810 h/s

I can also easily run a cpu miner concurrently (which I wanted to achieve because XMR-Stak uses both CPU and GPUs) and I get another 150 h/s.

The whole rig measures around 500W. So that is about 3.6 kh/s for 500W. I wonder if those AMD vega miners can do that well? Also, XMR-Stak has a 2% dev fee (unless you compile yourself) and CryptoDredge is only 1%.

I think CryptyoDredge must officially be the best cryptonight variants miner for Nvidia GPUs. Thanks again devs - your miner is awesome!



Nice. Yup CD seems to be the best right now for Nvidia GPUs on CN.
2 x Vegas can do 4+ kH/s @ 350w on cn and 3.1 Kh/s @ 340w on cn-heavy. An RX 580 8gb does 1.1-1.18 KH/s at 110w on CN-Heavy.
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October 31, 2018, 11:22:11 AM
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So, 0.9.3 supports v8, can anyone share hashrate for gtx card?
Here is result for my gtx 1060 : 560 H/s on cryptonight v8, windows 7 x64 cryptodredge 0.9.3, 7,5 H/w (about 75 W consuption)
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November 03, 2018, 05:16:04 AM
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Just make a couple test for my 1030 (core +200, mem +750). Cryptodredge 0.9.5 cuda 9.1 got 177 H/s on cryptonight v8 with overclock.
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November 03, 2018, 11:39:02 AM
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CryptoNightHeavy  not work

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November 03, 2018, 02:23:22 PM
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CryptoNightHeavy  not work
Working well on my 1060 with 0.9.5 & 411.63.
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November 03, 2018, 04:56:51 PM
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9.5 :

    New X17 algorithm
    New BitCore algorithm
    Fix Exosis algorithm
    Fix several bugs


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November 03, 2018, 05:14:59 PM
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On NeoScrypt , i keep getting GPU Crashes , with no OC.

im using drivers 399.24 . becasue if dowload new drivers with cuda 10 
Phi2 hashrates will go down
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November 03, 2018, 11:15:15 PM
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On NeoScrypt , i keep getting GPU Crashes , with no OC.

im using drivers 399.24 . becasue if dowload new drivers with cuda 10  
Phi2 hashrates will go down

Maybe try to reduce the intensity in you batch file ? Try -i 6 (which is max) and if it still crashes then go down 5, 4...

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November 04, 2018, 02:42:40 AM
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CryptoNightHeavy  not work
Working well on my 1060 with 0.9.5 & 411.63.

0.9.5 starts repeatedly all the time

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CryptoDredge 0.9.5      -- for LUX -              what would be the settings for 4x 1070, 1x10606g and 2x1050ti gpus for CryptoDredge miner I am running power 70%  100core   and 0mem at - 3 now it seems better so far, is there a better setting for the overclock?
CryptoDredge 0.9.5
the miner seems to restart a lot
not reboot
is it something to do with the 0 to 6 settings
intensity

0.9.5 starts repeatedly all the time at - 6
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November 05, 2018, 12:03:32 PM
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My test RTX 2080 CryptoDredge 0.9.6 SUQA X22i:
https://youtu.be/ePa8Mw-DcbM
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November 05, 2018, 02:37:18 PM
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I saw u added X22i algo this is good news.
I will test and share the mining hash results.
And what about adding X16R algo, any plan for this?
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November 05, 2018, 02:55:35 PM
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CryptoDredge 0.9.6 CUDA 10.0 Windows ?
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November 05, 2018, 03:13:18 PM
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CryptoDredge 0.9.6 CUDA 10.0 Windows ?
cuda 9.2
but t-rex has cuda 10
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November 05, 2018, 05:10:31 PM
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Perfect job on SUQA x22i. Work amazingly stable and faster than others min %10

For 1050ti avr. 3250 kh/s+ Core: 120 Mem: 400
For 1070ti avr. 9250 kh/s+ Core: 200 Mem: 500
For P104   avr. 7750 kh/s+ Core: 220 Mem: 600

Power limit 70 for all.  Intensity 8.

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