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January 15, 2019, 02:15:05 PM
Last edit: January 24, 2019, 08:50:50 PM by aceminer
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      Ace Grin Miner v 1.3

      We are developing a fast multi-gpu windows miner for cuckaroo29 mining algorithm which is used in Grin - a new community-driven implementation of Mimblewimble. Our miner provides speed advantage over competition and comes with a dedicated Discord https://discord.gg/G6T5vFk support channel

      Note: we are a code fork of Grin Gold Miner with number of changes and reduced dev fee. You can find the original miner code at github.

      New in v 1.3:

      • 4-8% speed increase on Nvidia GPUs with fast CPUs
      • Support for 6GB Nvidia GPUs (will work on Win7, Win10 reserves too much memory)
      • Bug fixes

      Nvidia 6GB mining cards notes:

      • 1060 6Gb you have to migrate to windows 7
      • P106 works on windows 10 no need to migrate
      • Make sure you have the following security update on windows 7 the miner will not start without it
      https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2533623/microsoft-security-advisory-insecure-library-loading-could-allow-remot

      Features:

      • Supports Nvidia/AMD GPUs with a min of 7gb VRAM
      • Simple configuration/auto-detection of GPUs and CPU settings
      • 4-6% speed improvement over grin gold miner
      • Ongoing development and dedicated Discord support channel
      • Moderate 1% dev fee to fund future development
      • Linux and Mac versions under development
      • Expected speeds for typical GPUs: 1080TI - 4.6 gps, 1080 3.6 gps, 1070ti 3.2 gps


      Quick Launch Guide:

      • Optional: switch your Nvidia GPUs to "P0 power state" as it seems to increase performance. See tutorial at the bottom
      • Update drivers: Nvidia just use the latest, AMD we recommend 18.6.1 adrenaline drivers
      • Set virtual memory to 40-56GB (about 7gb per GPU)
      • Optional: Input failover pool details manually into the created config.xml under <SecondaryConnection> similar to <PrimaryConnection>  
      • Run start.bat to begin mining

      Download Links

      AceGrinMiner_v1.3_windows_x64.zip
      https://mega.nz/#!N1sA0YJB!2s2wEfS284xQBEedKZxuOLV2qYziMmfnAdIpj-HhLT0

      Check integrity:
      MD5: 466B7631A5ECB8447EE37D7C30DDF74F

      AceGrinMiner-1.3-linux-64.tar.xz
      https://mega.nz/#!UpUxiADB!-sCgA7jHZzmYJHPjN-8Np7Z5kq5-kvtUxfnpzjpAG4M

      Check integrity:
      MD5: 734958D1350E518029F8BB9DB56F856E
      Note: this version is tested to work on Ubuntu 18 and might not work with other builds. If you need a binary for a specific Linux build let us know - we can help.

      Contact Devs / Support

      Please join us in the Discord https://discord.gg/G6T5vFk group where we offer early access to updates and online support.
      We will help you start hashing in no time!
      Web: https://aceminer.home.blog

      Documentation and Tutorials:

      https://aceminer.home.blog/2019/01/20/adding-failover-pool-to-config-xml/
      https://aceminer.home.blog/2019/01/22/p0-power-state/[/list][/list]
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      January 15, 2019, 06:50:18 PM
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      Reserved for speed benchmarking.

      Reserved for russian translation.  Smiley
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      January 16, 2019, 02:53:14 PM
      Last edit: January 22, 2019, 02:07:12 AM by TimLev
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      Mining speed:

      Nvidia driver 416.34

      [v 1.3]
      1060   (+100 0 101W) - 2,2 gps
      1070Ti (+100 0 145W) - 3,4 gps
      1080   (+100 0 150W) - 3,9 gps
      1080Ti (+100 0 210W) - 4,85 gps
      1080Ti (+100 0 155W) - 4,6 gps

      AMD adrenaline 18.6.1

      [v 1.1]
      RX570 8Gb (cc:1340 mc:1750) - 1,7 gps
      RX480 8Gb (cc:1330 mc:2000) - 1,9 gps

      (Celeron 3930, 4Gb RAM)

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      January 16, 2019, 03:51:36 PM
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      This is just 1:1 copy paste of original GrinGoldMiner and the only change is that they changed the name (even that they screwed up, still reports as GGM in pools) and they take the fee for themselves. With that they are in violation of the fair mining licence.

      They also lie about speed improvement, their binary blob of the solver has same sha256 hash as the GGM original they took it from.
      They are just scammers. Be careful, they may also add some "bonus", would not surprise me.

      Just use the original GrinGoldMiner (find it in GitHub), don’t fall for these cheap clones.

      urza (one of authors of GGM)
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      January 16, 2019, 06:34:47 PM
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      One of the reasons we decided to release this version is because the 2% fee is too much for an open source project and not everyone can compile.

      As for the bonus part our new slogan is: Aceminer... Doesn't give you any bonuses! :-)))

      use at your own risk guys!

      This version is good though, I use it on all of my personal rigs.

      Regards,
      Ace
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      January 16, 2019, 07:33:34 PM
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      This is just 1:1 copy paste of original GrinGoldMiner and the only change is that they changed the name (even that they screwed up, still reports as GGM in pools) and they take the fee for themselves. With that they are in violation of the fair mining licence.

      They also lie about speed improvement, their binary blob of the solver has same sha256 hash as the GGM original they took it from.
      They are just scammers. Be careful, they may also add some "bonus", would not surprise me.

      Just use the original GrinGoldMiner (find it in GitHub), don’t fall for these cheap clones.

      urza (one of authors of GGM)
      Well I was kinda afraid of some mallwire wrapped in it
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      January 16, 2019, 07:37:24 PM
      Last edit: January 16, 2019, 08:21:26 PM by aceminer
       #7

      Well the real developer of GGM Photon actually couldn't find any malicious code:
      "I’ll give you cedit that you actually take only 1% dev fee total and do not steal passwords, however the solvers you are using are published under https://github.com/tromp/cuckoo/blob/master/LICENSE.txt 4 so you might want to change that second protonmail account back to grincouncil@protonmail.com"

      But yeah it's always better to compile from the source (you  can take their 2% fee out if you know how to edit code)
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      January 17, 2019, 07:57:26 AM
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      Ace Grin Miner v 1.1

      We are developing a fast multi-gpu windows miner for cuckaroo29 mining algorithm which is used in Grin - a new community-driven implementation of Mimblewimble. Our miner provides speed advantage over competition and comes with a dedicated Discord https://discord.gg/G6T5vFk support channel

      Well the real developer of GGM Photon actually couldn't find any malicious code:
      "I’ll give you cedit that you actually take only 1% dev fee total and do not steal passwords, however the solvers you are using are published under https://github.com/tromp/cuckoo/blob/master/LICENSE.txt 4 so you might want to change that second protonmail account back to grincouncil@protonmail.com"

      But yeah it's always better to compile from the source (you  can take their 2% fee out if you know how to edit code)


      Let's see:

      - you took someone else's hard work
      - you passed it as your own
      - you misled
      - you lied
      - you were discovered
      - you then pretend you're nice

      You are a thief. A fraud. There is no place for you here.
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      January 17, 2019, 04:12:52 PM
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      Ace Grin Miner v 1.1

      We are developing a fast multi-gpu windows miner for cuckaroo29 mining algorithm which is used in Grin - a new community-driven implementation of Mimblewimble. Our miner provides speed advantage over competition and comes with a dedicated Discord https://discord.gg/G6T5vFk support channel

      Well the real developer of GGM Photon actually couldn't find any malicious code:
      "I’ll give you cedit that you actually take only 1% dev fee total and do not steal passwords, however the solvers you are using are published under https://github.com/tromp/cuckoo/blob/master/LICENSE.txt 4 so you might want to change that second protonmail account back to grincouncil@protonmail.com"

      But yeah it's always better to compile from the source (you  can take their 2% fee out if you know how to edit code)


      Let's see:

      - you took someone else's hard work
      - you passed it as your own
      - you misled
      - you lied
      - you were discovered
      - you then pretend you're nice

      You are a thief. A fraud. There is no place for you here.

      just making a mark to not use this...
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      January 17, 2019, 06:14:27 PM
      Last edit: January 17, 2019, 07:15:34 PM by TimLev
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      They also lie about speed improvement, their binary blob of the solver has same sha256 hash as the GGM original they took it from.

      I have checked hashes of Aceminer 1.1 and GrinGoldMiner RC4 & RC3

      Ace
      CudaSolver.dll    SHA-1 A7F056318A228DD71990065B8DE3940DB225F2B1
      CudaSolver.exe  SHA-1 FEC6267E23FCC1E82441AD4EB54A35757EFCBE5A
      OclSolver.dll      SHA-1 469020E11153EBCF0D84BF7F94E6547B5EE264C8
      OclSolver.exe    SHA-1 E25A9F84D222CC975EBBB5C431CF61A7DCF9D07C

      GrinGold RC4&RC3
      CudaSolver.dll    SHA-1 AE3A2F5246C40DB5F824985FE2752E415F9322CC
      CudaSolver.exe  SHA-1 D0D1BF4D98D9819BA68896FD4EFF19A948091B8D
      OclSolver.dll      SHA-1 7D9E2C2B88828B7ED96B78BDB5D10C9462A8E32A
      OclSolver.exe    SHA-1 0C4EFC58850D04D87F4CB310CCACB38DE5EFFE9F

      I don't think they are the same.

      The guys always said (in discord chats) that their miner is the fork of GGM and grinminer with some improvements.
      This is the idea of open source: anyone can take the code and improve upon it.

      Urza, you're shilling your own miner which shows lower hashrates and where you want 2% share. I didn't understand, why it is better than Ace miner?


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      January 17, 2019, 11:43:44 PM
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      Let's see:

      - you took someone else's hard work
      - you passed it as your own
      - you misled
      - you lied
      - you were discovered
      - you then pretend you're nice

      You are a thief. A fraud. There is no place for you here.
      [/quote]

      That's some dark sh#t, man!
      I can see that you compile code to pay 0% fee to projects and devs.
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      January 18, 2019, 02:01:30 AM
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      Let's see:

      - you took someone else's hard work
      - you passed it as your own
      - you misled
      - you lied
      - you were discovered
      - you then pretend you're nice

      You are a thief. A fraud. There is no place for you here.

      That's some dark sh#t, man!
      I can see that you compile code to pay 0% fee to projects and devs.

      Dark sh#t to you, maybe, and yet true nevertheless.

      I'm a dev. I don't claim fees for myself based on somebody else's work. That's theft. That's what you do.

      Just go away.
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      January 18, 2019, 07:34:41 AM
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      you don't claim, but you also don't pay, correct?
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      January 18, 2019, 09:56:27 AM
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      I pay like every honest miner, and I also donate to open source projects like ethminer who don't charge a fee.

      You on the other hand are a whole different species.

      Don't try to turn this discussion into something else.

      Once again, for others who will check your thread:

      - you took someone else's hard work
      - you passed it as your own
      - you misled
      - you lied
      - you were discovered
      - you then pretend you're nice

      You are a thief. A fraud. And also pathetic for trying to change the subject.


      There is no place for you here.

      Edit: Reported.
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      January 18, 2019, 01:21:54 PM
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      I pay like every honest miner, and I also donate to open source projects like ethminer who don't charge a fee.

      I believe you, man, I believe you!
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      January 18, 2019, 03:28:06 PM
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      I pay like every honest miner, and I also donate to open source projects like ethminer who don't charge a fee.

      I believe you, man, I believe you!

      Nobody cares what you believe now.
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      January 18, 2019, 05:13:21 PM
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      I pay like every honest miner, and I also donate to open source projects like ethminer who don't charge a fee.

      I believe you, man, I believe you!

      Nobody cares what you believe now.

      Well clearly you care enough to troll me all day. I don't see anybody else trolling :-)))
      But its all right, as long as you don't have anything better to do
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      January 18, 2019, 05:21:28 PM
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      I'm keeping this thread up and visible so everyone can see you and your insides in all your glory, and to know how to spot a thief and a sc[au]m in the future.

      Nobody cares what you want to call it.
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      January 18, 2019, 05:56:51 PM
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      I'm keeping this thread up and visible so everyone can see you and your insides in all your glory, and to know how to spot a thief and a sc[au]m in the future.

      Nobody cares what you want to call it.

      Ok, keep up the good work!

      This is not a scam though. Our users get more grin compared to Grin Gold Miner that we forked away from. And we have a dedicated discord support group, that works very well now.
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      January 19, 2019, 04:45:01 AM
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      I can't push my gtx 1080ti more than 2,8. Driver 417. What can I do?

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