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April 29, 2019, 02:06:28 AM
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hi all
is here special commands for solo mining ? i have an error - connection closed by pool
old CPU-miner works well
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April 29, 2019, 12:09:18 PM
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It's always "AMD zone" or "nVidia zone" until somebody comes up with a proof that it is not... Grin

The ETHlargement pill worked wonders for 1080/1080Ti's. And all until then were saying nVidias are crap at ETHash.

Everyone was saying AMD is crap at Lyra2z... until Teamred showed fools otherwise.
"AMD zone" or "nVidia zone"... There have always been supporters of this or that brand. Therefore, I think that there is no point in discussing which of these brands is an outspoken leader. Everything is very subjective.

Because you are investing in one or the other; it is relevant. 

Hashrates for a given algorithm, with a given GPU and given mining client, with a given OC: are a matter of fact. 

Granted you need to look at poolside data; with stale shares removed.

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May 02, 2019, 11:58:36 AM
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It's always "AMD zone" or "nVidia zone" until somebody comes up with a proof that it is not... Grin

The ETHlargement pill worked wonders for 1080/1080Ti's. And all until then were saying nVidias are crap at ETHash.

Everyone was saying AMD is crap at Lyra2z... until Teamred showed fools otherwise.
"AMD zone" or "nVidia zone"... There have always been supporters of this or that brand. Therefore, I think that there is no point in discussing which of these brands is an outspoken leader. Everything is very subjective.

Because you are investing in one or the other; it is relevant. 

Hashrates for a given algorithm, with a given GPU and given mining client, with a given OC: are a matter of fact. 

Granted you need to look at poolside data; with stale shares removed.
They are a matter of fact indeed but the facts change over time. Crypto is flexible and evolving. Devs come and go. Prices go up and down, and what was good yesterday might not be tomorrow.
Over the last years, my rigs of 570's were making a killing. Then the rig of 1080's was making more. Then the Vegas took over and smashed it with CN.
Today, the 570's are dead, i.e. I could run them but they'd barely break even. The Vegas and the 1080's are trading blows but at a much lower level.

No idea what tomorrow will bring. Hence, you diversify.



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May 02, 2019, 10:02:53 PM
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It's always "AMD zone" or "nVidia zone" until somebody comes up with a proof that it is not... Grin

The ETHlargement pill worked wonders for 1080/1080Ti's. And all until then were saying nVidias are crap at ETHash.

Everyone was saying AMD is crap at Lyra2z... until Teamred showed fools otherwise.
"AMD zone" or "nVidia zone"... There have always been supporters of this or that brand. Therefore, I think that there is no point in discussing which of these brands is an outspoken leader. Everything is very subjective.

Because you are investing in one or the other; it is relevant. 

Hashrates for a given algorithm, with a given GPU and given mining client, with a given OC: are a matter of fact. 

Granted you need to look at poolside data; with stale shares removed.
They are a matter of fact indeed but the facts change over time. Crypto is flexible and evolving. Devs come and go. Prices go up and down, and what was good yesterday might not be tomorrow.
Over the last years, my rigs of 570's were making a killing. Then the rig of 1080's was making more. Then the Vegas took over and smashed it with CN.
Today, the 570's are dead, i.e. I could run them but they'd barely break even. The Vegas and the 1080's are trading blows but at a much lower level.

No idea what tomorrow will bring. Hence, you diversify.


I have been mining with GPUs; since Bitcoin was able to mined with GPUs. 

I used only AMD rigs for a long time, the first Nvidia GPU I used for mining was a 750ti. 

I only buy GPUs that are likely to be effective, efficient, and likely to have a good resale value.

1070s have been around longer than 570s, they were released around the same time as 470s. 

I bought 1070's at different times; some before 500 series, some after, for prices ranging from $330 to $385. 

1070s are still worth $230.

I have a hard time seeing how 570s made more sense; especially in light of the current value of 1070s.

Perhaps if you planned on only mining ETH, and spent the time to flash your GPUs; it might have made sense at the time: to have slightly lower upfront costs.

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.


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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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hashrate drop after devfee session on MTP algo, can you check?
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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