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May 03, 2019, 12:00:43 PM
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Diversification in held coins makes sense.  Buying GPUs that aren't effective, efficient, and likely to have a good resale value is not a good idea.
Totally agree. 570's were effective, efficient and still have resell value, when you think of it. They gave most hash/dollar for quite a while during the ETH run up. And then profited nicely from the CN era as well.

1070's were very good too in that respect.
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May 04, 2019, 04:47:51 PM
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can someone tell me What algos are people finding this miner to fastest on? Don't have enough experience with it untill now Smiley
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May 06, 2019, 04:13:26 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?
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May 06, 2019, 06:10:38 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?

That's coz dev session is excluded from avg. h\r calculation
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May 06, 2019, 07:46:56 PM
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Anyone tried the new "improved" Cryptonight versions at all?... Or is it just still not worth the effort on nvidia cards? I'm still hoping for a miracle I suppose! Grin
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May 06, 2019, 08:06:58 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?

That's coz dev session is excluded from avg. h\r calculation
no this effect on argon2d4096 algo, for example
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May 06, 2019, 10:11:09 PM
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Anyone tried the new "improved" Cryptonight versions at all?... Or is it just still not worth the effort on nvidia cards? I'm still hoping for a miracle I suppose! Grin

I get ~1100 Cryptonight Heavy hashrate on a 1080 Ti with the Ethpill, which isn't great, but interestingly it's only using about 120 watts even if set to full power.
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May 06, 2019, 11:07:44 PM
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0.19 no stable on my rig, crash every time, no problem with 0.17
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Anyone tried the new "improved" Cryptonight versions at all?... Or is it just still not worth the effort on nvidia cards? I'm still hoping for a miracle I suppose! Grin

On my 1070ti I gained from 1kh/s to 1.3 kh/s on Masari and on my P106-100 cards it went from 700h/s to 1.1kh/s.

So yeah, it seems to be a very nice boost!
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May 07, 2019, 04:32:55 PM
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Diversification in held coins makes sense.  Buying GPUs that aren't effective, efficient, and likely to have a good resale value is not a good idea.
Totally agree. 570's were effective, efficient and still have resell value, when you think of it. They gave most hash/dollar for quite a while during the ETH run up. And then profited nicely from the CN era as well.

1070's were very good too in that respect.

navi GPUs look promising; might force Nvidia to release a 1670.  Might be an AMD series worth buying.


v0.19.0 is slightly faster for MTP in my tests.
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May 08, 2019, 06:15:21 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?

Same happend to me, I was mining around 14.4 Mh/s, after de devfee kicked it went down to 13.1 Mh/s and didn't come back up to the 14s
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May 08, 2019, 07:03:29 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?

Same happend to me, I was mining around 14.4 Mh/s, after de devfee kicked it went down to 13.1 Mh/s and didn't come back up to the 14s
You'll still be better off with TT-miner for MTP.
TrailingStop's done a good job on that algo, and I doubt you'll see any improvement using CryptoDredge.
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May 08, 2019, 07:31:19 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?

Same happend to me, I was mining around 14.4 Mh/s, after de devfee kicked it went down to 13.1 Mh/s and didn't come back up to the 14s
You'll still be better off with TT-miner for MTP.
TrailingStop's done a good job on that algo, and I doubt you'll see any improvement using CryptoDredge.

Thanks, I'm gonna try it out, by any chance is there a no dev fee miner?
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May 08, 2019, 08:00:58 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?

Same happend to me, I was mining around 14.4 Mh/s, after de devfee kicked it went down to 13.1 Mh/s and didn't come back up to the 14s
You'll still be better off with TT-miner for MTP.
TrailingStop's done a good job on that algo, and I doubt you'll see any improvement using CryptoDredge.

Thanks, I'm gonna try it out, by any chance is there a no dev fee miner?

You can use no-fee miners like the CCminer, but with very low hashrate. Or you pay a small fee for the highest possible hashrate. Math is yours  Wink
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May 08, 2019, 09:54:31 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?

Same happend to me, I was mining around 14.4 Mh/s, after de devfee kicked it went down to 13.1 Mh/s and didn't come back up to the 14s
You'll still be better off with TT-miner for MTP.
TrailingStop's done a good job on that algo, and I doubt you'll see any improvement using CryptoDredge.

Thanks, I'm gonna try it out, by any chance is there a no dev fee miner?

You can use no-fee miners like the CCminer, but with very low hashrate. Or you pay a small fee for the highest possible hashrate. Math is yours  Wink

Yeah, I tried ccminer but it is way slower than CD and TT, I wanted to compare live all miners, thanks
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May 08, 2019, 10:18:37 PM
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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?

Same happend to me, I was mining around 14.4 Mh/s, after de devfee kicked it went down to 13.1 Mh/s and didn't come back up to the 14s
You'll still be better off with TT-miner for MTP.
TrailingStop's done a good job on that algo, and I doubt you'll see any improvement using CryptoDredge.
TT-miner don't have linux version  Sad
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May 09, 2019, 12:33:06 PM
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it is ideal for mining Grin, Aeternity, Aeon, Masari, Stellite. but now they have become very crowded. I have already withdrawn

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May 11, 2019, 02:34:50 PM
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We do need miner for HoneyComb, please!

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May 13, 2019, 11:20:52 AM
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v0.19.1 released (Important update)

  • Fix issue related to 'Handshake failed with fatal error SSL_ERROR_SSL'
  • Fix crash after devfee's session is started
  • Other minor fixes
  • Build first CUDA 10.1 version

Download: https://cryptodredge.org/#download
Mirror: https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/tag/v0.19.1

Happy mining!
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May 14, 2019, 03:48:04 AM
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v0.19.1 released (Important update)

  • Fix issue related to 'Handshake failed with fatal error SSL_ERROR_SSL'
  • Fix crash after devfee's session is started
  • Other minor fixes
  • Build first CUDA 10.1 version

Download: https://cryptodredge.org/#download
Mirror: https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/tag/v0.19.1

Happy mining!
The CryptoDredge Team

Unfortunately there seems to be an issue with version 19.1 quitting at startup if the --no-nvml parameter is used.  When I include that parameter, "WARN  - NVML is disabled" is displayed and then the next line is "Press any key to continue...".  If I don't include  --no-nvml, the miner runs fine with all the other parameters. I tried this with both the Cuda 10 and Cuda 10.1 versions for Windows. This was not an issue with previous versions of your miner, so I wanted to let you know.
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