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January 19, 2019, 10:59:21 PM
Last edit: January 24, 2019, 04:21:36 AM by herrdrone
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Hi, I just created https://progpow.pro where everyone can submit and check benchmarks for ProgPow mining.

Benchmarks can be submitted directly here: https://progpow.pro/submitGPU.php or you can post your hashrate on this thread using this form:

GPU's MODEL:
VRAM:
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK (OPTIONAL):
HASHRATE:
MINER SOFTWARE:
COIN:
OS:
TDP(OPTIONAL):

After posting benchmark on this thread,  I'll manually add it to website.

Also there is a section for mining software: https://progpow.pro/miningSoftware.php

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Edit - January 21, 2019: Added COIN field to form on OP and also on website, for future coins that also adopt ProgPOW as bci did.
Edit - January 24, 2019: Added NEWS Section, most recent news related to ProgPow will be there.

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January 20, 2019, 04:56:22 AM
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Thanks for creating this database. I got my basement full of old unused Radeon R9 280X and some R9 290 and would like to know the hashrate of them in case ETH decides to fork to this new mining algo.

So far there is an entry for the Radeon 7950 however it only hashes at 2MH/s. Wondering if the 7970/280X or the R9 290 will perform better. The RX 470 seems fair compared to the higher end 1080Ti or the VEGA, however really hope we get a performance boost on the Tahiti and Hawaii GPUs.

So if anyone has any R9 280X or R9 290 running on ProgPOW please submit your hash rates.
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January 20, 2019, 12:28:02 PM
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Thanks for creating this database. I got my basement full of old unused Radeon R9 280X and some R9 290 and would like to know the hashrate of them in case ETH decides to fork to this new mining algo.

So far there is an entry for the Radeon 7950 however it only hashes at 2MH/s. Wondering if the 7970/280X or the R9 290 will perform better. The RX 470 seems fair compared to the higher end 1080Ti or the VEGA, however really hope we get a performance boost on the Tahiti and Hawaii GPUs.

So if anyone has any R9 280X or R9 290 running on ProgPOW please submit your hash rates.

You're welcome  Cool

That 7950 was submitted by me, I use that card for testing. Will try different clocks on core & memory, if hashrate improves I'll submit it.

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January 20, 2019, 08:21:10 PM
Last edit: January 20, 2019, 08:33:46 PM by Xazax310
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FYI, ProgPoW for BCI and ProgPoW for ETH are actually two different things. BCI hash-rates won't exactly equal ETH ProgPoW hashrates. this is because ETH ProgPoW includes a random number generator every 50 blocks. Hashrate variance is about 7% on Eth ProgPoW. Much more tuning has to be done for ProgPoW.

Any of those with AMD cards try --cl-local-work=256
With Nvidia try --cuda-block-size 320

That should give some hashrate increases
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January 20, 2019, 09:44:05 PM
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FYI, ProgPoW for BCI and ProgPoW for ETH are actually two different things. BCI hash-rates won't exactly equal ETH ProgPoW hashrates. this is because ETH ProgPoW includes a random number generator every 50 blocks. Hashrate variance is about 7% on Eth ProgPoW. Much more tuning has to be done for ProgPoW.

Any of those with AMD cards try --cl-local-work=256
With Nvidia try --cuda-block-size 320

That should give some hashrate increases

Is this for ETH Testnet or for BCI?
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January 20, 2019, 10:57:31 PM
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FYI, ProgPoW for BCI and ProgPoW for ETH are actually two different things. BCI hash-rates won't exactly equal ETH ProgPoW hashrates. this is because ETH ProgPoW includes a random number generator every 50 blocks. Hashrate variance is about 7% on Eth ProgPoW. Much more tuning has to be done for ProgPoW.

Any of those with AMD cards try --cl-local-work=256
With Nvidia try --cuda-block-size 320

That should give some hashrate increases

Is this for ETH Testnet or for BCI?

I have not tried Eth Testnet, but I believe those parameters should help there as well as for mining BCI.
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January 21, 2019, 02:48:05 AM
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FYI, ProgPoW for BCI and ProgPoW for ETH are actually two different things. BCI hash-rates won't exactly equal ETH ProgPoW hashrates. this is because ETH ProgPoW includes a random number generator every 50 blocks. Hashrate variance is about 7% on Eth ProgPoW. Much more tuning has to be done for ProgPoW.

Any of those with AMD cards try --cl-local-work=256
With Nvidia try --cuda-block-size 320

That should give some hashrate increases

Is this for ETH Testnet or for BCI?

I have not tried Eth Testnet, but I believe those parameters should help there as well as for mining BCI.

It will work for both.
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January 21, 2019, 06:40:44 PM
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FYI, ProgPoW for BCI and ProgPoW for ETH are actually two different things.

Indeed. That's why on website's form there is a "COIN" field with bci and eth as options.

If zcash goes ahead with ProgPow too, it's going to be very interesting.

RandomX BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING-> https://monerobenchmarks.info
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January 24, 2019, 04:23:13 AM
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NEWS section added: https://progpow.pro/news.php

Recent news related to ProgPow will be there.

RandomX BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING-> https://monerobenchmarks.info
Monero News & Overclocking-> https://news.monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU CRYPTONIGHT BENCHMARKS -> https://cryptonight.monerobenchmarks.info/
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January 28, 2019, 03:27:52 AM
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Fixed some bugs on website. All running again, 100% site working.

RandomX BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING-> https://monerobenchmarks.info
Monero News & Overclocking-> https://news.monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU CRYPTONIGHT BENCHMARKS -> https://cryptonight.monerobenchmarks.info/
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February 01, 2019, 02:19:46 PM
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here you go

8x1080ti's = 135  that comes to 16.875 a card

using simplemining

4 vega 56 using  windows 10 = 54  that comes to 13.5 a card


1 rx 580 using windows 10 = 5.67 which is 5.67 a card

these are at the pool numbers

I have found at the pool numbers run lower then  the gui reads


the 1080tis are clocked as follows:

six  100 core 150 ram 200 watts  these are evga hybrids and msi hybrids with built in water cooling

two 100 core 150 ram 175 watts  these are nvidia founders with blower motors  they do less hash due to power setting

the 4 vegas :

3 are MSI Video Card Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8G OC

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078DZR5YK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

1 is a sapphire




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February 02, 2019, 12:28:54 AM
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here you go

8x1080ti's = 135  that comes to 16.875 a card

using simplemining

4 vega 56 using  windows 10 = 54  that comes to 13.5 a card


1 rx 580 using windows 10 = 5.67 which is 5.67 a card

these are at the pool numbers

I have found at the pool numbers run lower then  the gui reads


the 1080tis are clocked as follows:

six  100 core 150 ram 200 watts  these are evga hybrids and msi hybrids with built in water cooling

two 100 core 150 ram 175 watts  these are nvidia founders with blower motors  they do less hash due to power setting

the 4 vegas :

3 are MSI Video Card Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8G OC

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078DZR5YK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

1 is a sapphire





Thanks philip  Smiley
100% quality post and really helpful with all details you provided. Benchmarks added to website.
As usual any suggestion or idea is welcome.

RandomX BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING-> https://monerobenchmarks.info
Monero News & Overclocking-> https://news.monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU CRYPTONIGHT BENCHMARKS -> https://cryptonight.monerobenchmarks.info/
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February 10, 2019, 10:18:31 PM
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ProgPoW Pool based voting opened: https://twitter.com/etherchain_org/status/1094661399157133312

If ethermine, nanopool & sparkpool vote yes. The majority of ethereum's hashrate will be supporting ProgPoW: https://www.etherchain.org/charts/topMiners

RandomX BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING-> https://monerobenchmarks.info
Monero News & Overclocking-> https://news.monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU CRYPTONIGHT BENCHMARKS -> https://cryptonight.monerobenchmarks.info/
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February 11, 2019, 03:49:10 PM
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here you go

8x1080ti's = 135  that comes to 16.875 a card

using simplemining

4 vega 56 using  windows 10 = 54  that comes to 13.5 a card


1 rx 580 using windows 10 = 5.67 which is 5.67 a card

these are at the pool numbers

I have found at the pool numbers run lower then  the gui reads


the 1080tis are clocked as follows:

six  100 core 150 ram 200 watts  these are evga hybrids and msi hybrids with built in water cooling

two 100 core 150 ram 175 watts  these are nvidia founders with blower motors  they do less hash due to power setting

the 4 vegas :

3 are MSI Video Card Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8G OC

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078DZR5YK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

1 is a sapphire


Those numbers seem extremely low, what are you settings and miner? I assume these are for ProgPoW BCI? RX580 should do about 9mh-10mh/s If you use MODDED BIOs, for ETH-hash you will see suffered hashrates because timings for ProgPoW are different. Stock BIOs is recommended for RX400/500 series.
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February 17, 2019, 08:29:03 PM
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Excellent initiative!
I suggest you add power consumption to the database. It would be helpful to see how each GPU reacts to ProgPow.
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February 18, 2019, 08:09:44 PM
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Excellent initiative!
I suggest you add power consumption to the database. It would be helpful to see how each GPU reacts to ProgPow.

There is a "TDP" field to submit power draw in watts. Yet, it is up to those who submit to specify that.

RandomX BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING-> https://monerobenchmarks.info
Monero News & Overclocking-> https://news.monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU CRYPTONIGHT BENCHMARKS -> https://cryptonight.monerobenchmarks.info/
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February 24, 2019, 06:08:43 AM
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Added Mining Pool list: Bitcoin Interest, Ethereum (those supporting ProgPoW) and ETH (Testnet): https://progpow.pro/miningPools.php

Also, an ELI5 about differences between BCI's ProgPoW and ETH's ProgPoW explained by @OhGodAGirl: https://progpow.pro/index.php

For those benchmarking using ethminer, here is the sintax as suggested by Andrea Lanfranchi:

ethminer -M blocknumber -A progpow --diff 5 --HWMON 2

Example: ethminer -M 7770000 -A progpow --diff 5 --HWMON 2


Note: there is hashrate variance of +-10% among different periods (every 50 blocks) on ETH's ProgPoW.


RandomX BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING-> https://monerobenchmarks.info
Monero News & Overclocking-> https://news.monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU CRYPTONIGHT BENCHMARKS -> https://cryptonight.monerobenchmarks.info/
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July 12, 2019, 11:35:48 AM
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what kind of hashrate are FPGA'a doing on progpow?

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March 02, 2020, 08:17:46 AM
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Hi, I just created https://progpow.pro where everyone can submit and check benchmarks for ProgPow mining.

Very nice idea, but now when I need to take a look into such a database progpow.pro is unavailable....  Undecided

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March 02, 2020, 05:34:39 PM
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Hi, I just created https://progpow.pro where everyone can submit and check benchmarks for ProgPow mining.

Very nice idea, but now when I need to take a look into such a database progpow.pro is unavailable....  Undecided

ya thats the problem with people hosting their own sites
within 1-4 years they go down, sometimes permanently, this forum has literally 1000's of these external 404 pages :/
i wish everyone just made their list here on this forum, that's kinda what it's best for Cheesy  haha
then the list is here forever,alot of people coulda used these #'s right now lol


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