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Author Topic: [ANN] | SUQA | New X22i Algo | SWIFFTX | No ICO | No Pre-mine | %5 Apr Interest  (Read 87919 times)
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October 15, 2018, 08:31:53 PM
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hi, good luck in the project, seems it is good, but i need much more about it, so, where may i find all the details about the team, project, market plans etc.? also i could not see the website.

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October 15, 2018, 08:34:23 PM
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hi, good luck in the project, seems it is good, but i need much more about it, so, where may i find all the details about the team, project, market plans etc.? also i could not see the website.

It funny project like dogecoin, CUDA SUQA BL'YAT  Grin

I think they don't get us a team)
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October 15, 2018, 08:48:11 PM
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hi, good luck in the project, seems it is good, but i need much more about it, so, where may i find all the details about the team, project, market plans etc.? also i could not see the website.

First page contains all information.

Web page: https://suqa.org
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October 15, 2018, 10:16:50 PM
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List of SUQA mining pools with live stats & hashrate distribution

https://miningpoolstats.stream/suqa
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October 16, 2018, 01:32:52 AM
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List of SUQA mining pools with live stats & hashrate distribution

https://miningpoolstats.stream/suqa

Only 3 pools seems active
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October 16, 2018, 02:25:03 AM
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hashrate growth rate is phenomenal.
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October 16, 2018, 06:20:49 AM
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I was checking on the Suqa website. It has officially doubled since 24-hours ago. Now at 114Gh/s. It was 72 yesterday
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October 16, 2018, 07:04:00 AM
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How much Mh/s does a Vega 56 or 64 do on X22i?

Hi,

XFX VEGA 64  LC 8 GB -> 6300 kH/s (default parameter -> 380W)

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-25% power
1400MHz Core@950mV
1060MHz RAM@950mV

= 5950 kH/s (230W)

all with zjazz-1.1-amd-win64


Thanks for the reply.
So not really a good idea to mine this algo with AMD cards as similar NVIDIA cards perform much better.
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October 16, 2018, 08:41:25 AM
Last edit: October 16, 2018, 08:58:49 AM by JayDiCee
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How much Mh/s does a Vega 56 or 64 do on X22i?

Hi,

XFX VEGA 64  LC 8 GB -> 6300 kH/s (default parameter -> 380W)

....reduced to

-25% power
1400MHz Core@950mV
1060MHz RAM@950mV

= 5950 kH/s (230W)

all with zjazz-1.1-amd-win64


Thanks for the reply.
So not really a good idea to mine this algo with AMD cards as similar NVIDIA cards perform much better.

The DEV team currently has a bounty out for AMD miner creators (if that is the word) to see who can create the fastest Open Source miner for the x22i Algorithm. The Current fastest miner is the zjazz one for both Nvidia and AMD but it is closed source. Good things will come once the miner software is better optimized
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October 16, 2018, 10:13:36 AM
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https://i.imgur.com/n7ttyl3.png

Suqa order books are now active at Injex.io!
Suqa's decision to be listed was successful, we have now opened the order books for trading!
Suqa has 1 active pair - SUQA_BTC

Trade here: Injex Market  - SUQA_BTC
We did not approve this exchange and they even did not bother to ask us if we want them or not.
Please play safe and wait for our announcements.
As we said earlier that  we will be on the exchanges only on the first week of November so until that time we will not get listed on any Exchange that does not contact us first even if they have good volume.
We will not get listed without being ready.

Thanks

SUQA Foundation

We actually did message you and you never replied, yet members on our discord asked us to list so we did.

I don't see why having a service listing your currency is bad for it in anyway?

Injex.io they are scammers, you stay away from it. I lost 0.013978btc when sent to Injex.io to buy suqa. After I bought suqa they deleted all of them from my account
https://uphinhnhanh.com/images/2018/10/16/history10d234.png
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October 16, 2018, 11:24:59 AM
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I was checking on the Suqa website. It has officially doubled since 24-hours ago. Now at 114Gh/s. It was 72 yesterday

It's growing like crazy, unbelievable. but on the other hand it's good. So people believe in this coin which makes it valuable.
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October 16, 2018, 11:54:37 AM
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with zjazz CUDA miner I've got the follwoing results for Pascal cards:

GTX1070      4.8-5.1 Mh/s
GTX1080      5.9-6.1 Mh/s
GTX1080ti    7.8-8.3 Mh/s
And power consumption significant lower than the most other algos

Have anyone tested new RTX cards with X22i algo ?

That is awesome. What are your setting on these cards. Would be interesting as I am running 6 x GTX 1070 on one rig, 1 x GTX 1080, 2 x GTX 1070, 2 x GTX 1070ti and a GTX 1060. Averaging about 27 Mh/s per rig.
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October 16, 2018, 11:55:22 AM
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I was checking on the Suqa website. It has officially doubled since 24-hours ago. Now at 114Gh/s. It was 72 yesterday

It's growing like crazy, unbelievable. but on the other hand it's good. So people believe in this coin which makes it valuable.

I am curious to see what the Net Hash will look like when the DEVs anounce the SUQA Community Bounties 1 Million SUQA on 25 October 2018. And how many new miners will join from then.
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October 16, 2018, 12:08:32 PM
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I was checking on the Suqa website. It has officially doubled since 24-hours ago. Now at 114Gh/s. It was 72 yesterday

It's growing like crazy, unbelievable. but on the other hand it's good. So people believe in this coin which makes it valuable.

I am curious to see what the Net Hash will look like when the DEVs anounce the SUQA Community Bounties 1 Million SUQA on 25 October 2018. And how many new miners will join from then.

I believe in this coin and will be holding and making deposits. How does this bounty work for those that are mining?
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October 16, 2018, 12:28:46 PM
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with zjazz CUDA miner I've got the follwoing results for Pascal cards:

GTX1070      4.8-5.1 Mh/s
GTX1080      5.9-6.1 Mh/s
GTX1080ti    7.8-8.3 Mh/s
And power consumption significant lower than the most other algos

Have anyone tested new RTX cards with X22i algo ?

That is awesome. What are your setting on these cards. Would be interesting as I am running 6 x GTX 1070 on one rig, 1 x GTX 1080, 2 x GTX 1070, 2 x GTX 1070ti and a GTX 1060. Averaging about 27 Mh/s per rig.

I have my Asus 1070 running at Core +200 Mem +600 at 75% TDP and get about 4600MHs. zjazz DEV noted somewhere that Core +100 Mem +400 and TDP of 60% is good to start
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October 16, 2018, 12:43:20 PM
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List of SUQA mining pools with live stats & hashrate distribution

https://miningpoolstats.stream/suqa

Only 3 pools seems active

You can find info from the pools here.
https://poolexplorer.com/coin/5401
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October 16, 2018, 01:33:44 PM
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with zjazz CUDA miner I've got the follwoing results for Pascal cards:

GTX1070      4.8-5.1 Mh/s
GTX1080      5.9-6.1 Mh/s
GTX1080ti    7.8-8.3 Mh/s
And power consumption significant lower than the most other algos

Have anyone tested new RTX cards with X22i algo ?

That is awesome. What are your setting on these cards. Would be interesting as I am running 6 x GTX 1070 on one rig, 1 x GTX 1080, 2 x GTX 1070, 2 x GTX 1070ti and a GTX 1060. Averaging about 27 Mh/s per rig.

I have my Asus 1070 running at Core +200 Mem +600 at 75% TDP and get about 4600MHs. zjazz DEV noted somewhere that Core +100 Mem +400 and TDP of 60% is good to start

Thats pretty good. I tried your configuration on my rig with the 6 x Gigabyte 1070's and it crapped out. The best I can get is Core voltage +65, Power Limit +65, Core Clock +90 running 1683 MHZ - 1847 MHZ, and the Mem Clock +602. This gave me a steady 4500 Kh/s per card. temperature around 41 - 50 degrees.
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October 16, 2018, 03:00:19 PM
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List of SUQA mining pools with live stats & hashrate distribution

https://miningpoolstats.stream/suqa

Only 3 pools seems active

You can find info from the pools here.
https://poolexplorer.com/coin/5401

You can find info but you can't sort the list, can't see fees or pools hashrate history.
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October 16, 2018, 03:02:37 PM
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October 16, 2018, 03:09:08 PM
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with zjazz CUDA miner I've got the follwoing results for Pascal cards:

GTX1070      4.8-5.1 Mh/s
GTX1080      5.9-6.1 Mh/s
GTX1080ti    7.8-8.3 Mh/s
And power consumption significant lower than the most other algos

Have anyone tested new RTX cards with X22i algo ?

That is awesome. What are your setting on these cards. Would be interesting as I am running 6 x GTX 1070 on one rig, 1 x GTX 1080, 2 x GTX 1070, 2 x GTX 1070ti and a GTX 1060. Averaging about 27 Mh/s per rig.

I have my Asus 1070 running at Core +200 Mem +600 at 75% TDP and get about 4600MHs. zjazz DEV noted somewhere that Core +100 Mem +400 and TDP of 60% is good to start

Thats pretty good. I tried your configuration on my rig with the 6 x Gigabyte 1070's and it crapped out. The best I can get is Core voltage +65, Power Limit +65, Core Clock +90 running 1683 MHZ - 1847 MHZ, and the Mem Clock +602. This gave me a steady 4500 Kh/s per card. temperature around 41 - 50 degrees.

as soon as i start overclocking GPU's the mining software crashes. I got rigs with 1070, 1070TI, 1080 and 1080TI cards. I even needed  to underclock my 1080TI's memory -200 just to get it stable. Now it's 36hours without any problems.
1070 = 4500-4650 kh/s
1070TI = 4800-5100 kh/s
1080 = 6100-6200 kh/s
1080TI = 6700- 7600 kh/s

funny thing is that i got several 1080TI cards which gives so much difference in hashrate.
But i think it has to with my PSU's. I got 1 Rig with 7x1080TI running total on +/- 55 Mh/s and 1 rig with 10x1080TI and runs on +/- 70MH/s.
Huge difference if you ask me. But took me 4-5 days before i could get 10card rig stable. But my guts say there is something with one of my PSU's.
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