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December 19, 2018, 06:34:23 AM
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So, Mister FancyIX, I saw you on discord in the MTP / Zcoin chatrooms.
Any chance you'd be working on an implementation for AMD hardware?

Andrucrypt seems to have hit a wall, Teamred seem too busy with real life stuff... and Zawawa has disappeared, allegedly to deal with greater things.

That doesn't leave many AMD devs around to push the boundaries. How are you getting on? Grin

Seems like djm is working on sgminer for this MTP thing. I plan to do some improvement based on his work.
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December 31, 2018, 07:55:48 AM
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Supports Windows and Linux. Supports windows driver and Linux AMDGPU Pro driver. Supports most cards. Comes with pre-built binary kernels to speed up Ellesmere and Vega cards.


https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b4b

Estimated speed:
phi2, rx 580: 1800khs; vega 56: 3300khs
lyra2Z, rx 580: 830khs; vega 56: 1620khs

I know that's far below the speed of tdxminer or teamredminer, but it's supports windows and Vega on Linux. And I am working on improving it. Hope one day it can be comparable with tdxminer.

Beta5 release, about 30% faster
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5

Beta5b release:
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5b
Speed compare of release (beta5b) than previous release (beta5): 580 +25%, Vega56 +35% for phi2, and 580 -15%, Vega56 +35% for lyra2Z .

Beta5c release, added allium support. Others are the same as beta5b.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5c

Beta5d release, much faster than beta5c, especially for 580.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5d

Beta 5e release, now support x22i. Others keep the same as beta5d:
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases
Will improve the performance further.

Beta5f release. x22i over 25% faster than beta5e, lyra2rev2 over 4x faster.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5f+ release, for x22i, 580 5% faster, Vega56 15% faster. ADL added so that you can monitor your GPU. https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5f++: little bit faster. https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Windows version may hang. If so, please revisit the release page and download the fixed file.

Beta5f++++ release, vega 10% faster. 580 improved a bit, for x22i.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5fp5 release, x22i around 5% faster.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5gp1 release, lyra2REv3 support. Comes with prebuilt bin kernels for better performance.
Estimated speed: Vega56 64mhs, 580 41mhs.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5gp1
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December 31, 2018, 05:27:08 PM
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Any chance we could see any improvements in the yescrypt area?
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January 06, 2019, 05:36:34 PM
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Recently, there have been a lot of rumors that Ethereum will move to a new hashing algorithm. Maybe you decide to make a miner under ProgPOW
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January 10, 2019, 03:30:24 AM
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Supports Windows and Linux. Supports windows driver and Linux AMDGPU Pro driver. Supports most cards. Comes with pre-built binary kernels to speed up Ellesmere and Vega cards.


https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b4b

Estimated speed:
phi2, rx 580: 1800khs; vega 56: 3300khs
lyra2Z, rx 580: 830khs; vega 56: 1620khs

I know that's far below the speed of tdxminer or teamredminer, but it's supports windows and Vega on Linux. And I am working on improving it. Hope one day it can be comparable with tdxminer.

Beta5 release, about 30% faster
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5

Beta5b release:
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5b
Speed compare of release (beta5b) than previous release (beta5): 580 +25%, Vega56 +35% for phi2, and 580 -15%, Vega56 +35% for lyra2Z .

Beta5c release, added allium support. Others are the same as beta5b.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5c

Beta5d release, much faster than beta5c, especially for 580.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5d

Beta 5e release, now support x22i. Others keep the same as beta5d:
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases
Will improve the performance further.

Beta5f release. x22i over 25% faster than beta5e, lyra2rev2 over 4x faster.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5f+ release, for x22i, 580 5% faster, Vega56 15% faster. ADL added so that you can monitor your GPU. https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5f++: little bit faster. https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Windows version may hang. If so, please revisit the release page and download the fixed file.

Beta5f++++ release, vega 10% faster. 580 improved a bit, for x22i.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5fp5 release, x22i around 5% faster.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5gp1 release, lyra2REv3 support. Comes with prebuilt bin kernels for better performance.
Estimated speed: Vega56 64mhs, 580 41mhs.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5gp1

Beta5gp3 release, added lyra2Zz support.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases
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January 11, 2019, 11:53:42 AM
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Hey Fancy -- I've got a semi problem here... Trying to run the new Lyra2Zz algo...

If I run the bat file with your info in it, I get roughly 1.5 mhs per card... If I run the program through my 3rd party program, I end up hashing at about 1/3 of the speed.

The 3rd party app, basically makes bat files on the go as that algo is selected... Here is the info I give the program

-k lyra2zz -o stratum+tcp://[Server]:[Port] -u [User] -p [Password] -w 256 -I 19
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January 11, 2019, 08:07:13 PM
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Hey Fancy -- I've got a semi problem here... Trying to run the new Lyra2Zz algo...

If I run the bat file with your info in it, I get roughly 1.5 mhs per card... If I run the program through my 3rd party program, I end up hashing at about 1/3 of the speed.

The 3rd party app, basically makes bat files on the go as that algo is selected... Here is the info I give the program

-k lyra2zz -o stratum+tcp://[Server]:[Port] -u [User] -p [Password] -w 256 -I 19

Did you copy "bin-kernel" folder to the same folder where "sgminer" sits? And if you use -I 23 it may run faster.
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January 11, 2019, 08:42:57 PM
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Hey Fancy -- I've got a semi problem here... Trying to run the new Lyra2Zz algo...

If I run the bat file with your info in it, I get roughly 1.5 mhs per card... If I run the program through my 3rd party program, I end up hashing at about 1/3 of the speed.

The 3rd party app, basically makes bat files on the go as that algo is selected... Here is the info I give the program

-k lyra2zz -o stratum+tcp://[Server]:[Port] -u [User] -p [Password] -w 256 -I 19

Did you copy "bin-kernel" folder to the same folder where "sgminer" sits? And if you use -I 23 it may run faster.

Winner Winner! Thank you sir!
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January 11, 2019, 08:46:16 PM
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Hey Fancy -- I've got a semi problem here... Trying to run the new Lyra2Zz algo...

If I run the bat file with your info in it, I get roughly 1.5 mhs per card... If I run the program through my 3rd party program, I end up hashing at about 1/3 of the speed.

The 3rd party app, basically makes bat files on the go as that algo is selected... Here is the info I give the program

-k lyra2zz -o stratum+tcp://[Server]:[Port] -u [User] -p [Password] -w 256 -I 19

Did you copy "bin-kernel" folder to the same folder where "sgminer" sits? And if you use -I 23 it may run faster.

Winner Winner! Thank you sir!

Let me know if it runs stable or not. It seems running on windows is less stable than on linux. But if it works for you then no worries.
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January 12, 2019, 06:12:57 AM
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Recently, there have been a lot of rumors that Ethereum will move to a new hashing algorithm. Maybe you decide to make a miner under ProgPOW

ProgPow seems a good algo to apply gcn dpp instructions. Thanks for the info. Will work on it.
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January 12, 2019, 11:58:57 AM
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Recently, there have been a lot of rumors that Ethereum will move to a new hashing algorithm. Maybe you decide to make a miner under ProgPOW

ProgPow seems a good algo to apply gcn dpp instructions. Thanks for the info. Will work on it.
Do you have any plans on adding x21s and x16rt?
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January 12, 2019, 04:11:17 PM
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Great work fancyIX, and thank you for keeping sgminer project alive - we (PiMP OS) actually funded the multi-algorithm support back in 2012/2013 which brought sgminer up to 5.0. It set the standard for mining, and was used by large farms such as genesismining for a while. They stopped maintaining it, so we are thankful that you are busy working new algorithms in! Keep up the great work, and thanks for your contributions to the open source community as well! We are thankful to have the new hottest coins mineable with your rock solid stability in PiMP OS.


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January 16, 2019, 06:42:21 AM
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Supports Windows and Linux. Supports windows driver and Linux AMDGPU Pro driver. Supports most cards. Comes with pre-built binary kernels to speed up Ellesmere and Vega cards.


https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b4b

Estimated speed:
phi2, rx 580: 1800khs; vega 56: 3300khs
lyra2Z, rx 580: 830khs; vega 56: 1620khs

I know that's far below the speed of tdxminer or teamredminer, but it's supports windows and Vega on Linux. And I am working on improving it. Hope one day it can be comparable with tdxminer.

Beta5 release, about 30% faster
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5

Beta5b release:
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5b
Speed compare of release (beta5b) than previous release (beta5): 580 +25%, Vega56 +35% for phi2, and 580 -15%, Vega56 +35% for lyra2Z .

Beta5c release, added allium support. Others are the same as beta5b.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5c

Beta5d release, much faster than beta5c, especially for 580.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5d

Beta 5e release, now support x22i. Others keep the same as beta5d:
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases
Will improve the performance further.

Beta5f release. x22i over 25% faster than beta5e, lyra2rev2 over 4x faster.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5f+ release, for x22i, 580 5% faster, Vega56 15% faster. ADL added so that you can monitor your GPU. https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5f++: little bit faster. https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Windows version may hang. If so, please revisit the release page and download the fixed file.

Beta5f++++ release, vega 10% faster. 580 improved a bit, for x22i.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5fp5 release, x22i around 5% faster.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beta5gp1 release, lyra2REv3 support. Comes with prebuilt bin kernels for better performance.
Estimated speed: Vega56 64mhs, 580 41mhs.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases/tag/5.6.1.3.b5gp1

Beta5gp3 release, added lyra2Zz support.
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases

Beat5h release, starts to support ethash:
https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch/releases
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January 16, 2019, 08:34:22 AM
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Recently, there have been a lot of rumors that Ethereum will move to a new hashing algorithm. Maybe you decide to make a miner under ProgPOW

ProgPow seems a good algo to apply gcn dpp instructions. Thanks for the info. Will work on it.
Do you have any plans on adding x21s and x16rt?

Took a quick look on those two. x21s has one step of lyra2v2, which kind of suitable for applying GCN optimization. I don't like to continue working on lyra2v2 related algorithms because there is a bin file originally from lyclminer. That bin file is fully optimized. Some closed source miners simply copy that file to use it as their own. kind of like IP theft but I am not sure how illegal that is. As to x16rt, seems no lyra2 related steps. Not sure if other steps can be optimized by GCN cross lane instructions.
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January 16, 2019, 10:10:15 PM
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Miner 5.6.1.3.b5h driver Adrenalin 18.6.1 RX 470 4GB 1100/1900
x22i 3.6 Mhs
ethash 26.25
lyra2Zz 1.4 Mhs
allium 3.0 Mhs (no change)
phi2 2.6 Mhs (no change)
lyra2Z 1.4 Mhs (no change)
lyra2rev2 22.7 Mhs
P.S. On the ethash algorithm on the same cards (in the same settings) Claymore's Dual Miner 12 gives 28.2 Mhs. Good job!
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January 17, 2019, 02:46:53 AM
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Miner 5.6.1.3.b5h driver Adrenalin 18.6.1 RX 470 4GB 1100/1900
x22i 3.6 Mhs
ethash 26.25
lyra2Zz 1.4 Mhs
allium 3.0 Mhs (no change)
phi2 2.6 Mhs (no change)
lyra2Z 1.4 Mhs (no change)
lyra2rev2 22.7 Mhs
P.S. On the ethash algorithm on the same cards (in the same settings) Claymore's Dual Miner 12 gives 28.2 Mhs. Good job!

Yeah... Still slower than commercial miners. Since the main purpose of this project is open source, hope people can still get benefit from it.
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January 17, 2019, 04:41:02 AM
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do you think you could implement argon2d250 and argon2d500 for amd gpu?

this person was able to do it based off of ccminer-opt by jayddee.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5053255.0

https://github.com/bogdanadnan/multiminer

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January 17, 2019, 07:23:19 AM
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do you think you could implement argon2d250 and argon2d500 for amd gpu?

this person was able to do it based off of ccminer-opt by jayddee.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5053255.0

https://github.com/bogdanadnan/multiminer



wow, lots of shuffling in that algo. That's what I like most -- apply GCN cross lane instructions to speed it up.
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January 17, 2019, 07:39:44 AM
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do you think you could implement argon2d250 and argon2d500 for amd gpu?

this person was able to do it based off of ccminer-opt by jayddee.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5053255.0

https://github.com/bogdanadnan/multiminer



wow, lots of shuffling in that algo. That's what I like most -- apply GCN cross lane instructions to speed it up.

would love to see you get this done.  my rx580 does 60khash.  can't get any good results with my vegas.
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January 17, 2019, 11:57:25 PM
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Recently, a new coin called a Grin has appeared. She has a new hash algorithm, Cuckoo Cycle PoW. Perhaps you would be interested to add it to your miner?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5090427.0
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