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June 09, 2014, 11:14:01 AM
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Here are the links to the X11mod Miner & the blog post about it.

http://cryptomining-blog.com/2496-new-sgminer-fork-for-x11-mining-with-higher-performance/

http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/files/sph-sgminer_x11mod.zip


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June 09, 2014, 12:59:43 PM
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Got everything downloaded, followed the youtube video and I think I have everything set up right, but sgminer fails shortly after starting.  Is anyone in a GOOD pool?  Let me know which one, and I can try putting in its configuration data.



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June 09, 2014, 05:53:59 PM
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Here are the links to the X11mod Miner & the blog post about it.

http://cryptomining-blog.com/2496-new-sgminer-fork-for-x11-mining-with-higher-performance/

http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/files/sph-sgminer_x11mod.zip


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Nice one!Thank you mate.I got 3.5 more MH/s Cheesy

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June 09, 2014, 06:06:53 PM
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Here are the links to the X11mod Miner & the blog post about it.

http://cryptomining-blog.com/2496-new-sgminer-fork-for-x11-mining-with-higher-performance/

http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/files/sph-sgminer_x11mod.zip


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How do I load this on my BMAT? I am not very good with linux stuff so Not sure how to load it with out overwriting my whole OS.

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June 09, 2014, 07:45:25 PM
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Here are the links to the X11mod Miner & the blog post about it.

http://cryptomining-blog.com/2496-new-sgminer-fork-for-x11-mining-with-higher-performance/

http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/files/sph-sgminer_x11mod.zip


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How do I load this on my BMAT? I am not very good with linux stuff so Not sure how to load it with out overwriting my whole OS.
Sorry man!I have windows.Can not help you there...

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June 09, 2014, 07:46:46 PM
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Here are the links to the X11mod Miner & the blog post about it.

http://cryptomining-blog.com/2496-new-sgminer-fork-for-x11-mining-with-higher-performance/

http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/files/sph-sgminer_x11mod.zip


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Nice one!Thank you mate.I got 3.5 more MH/s Cheesy
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June 10, 2014, 06:44:29 AM
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I switched to gdpool and got the x11 mod sgminer 4.1.0 working on one of my miner computers.  A single 280X at intensity 15 and 1100/1500 is giving me 2.99 Mhash.  IfI try to use intensity 19 it keeps failing the graphics driver and resetting.  This is my first time working in a config file with the multiple short lines of text and all the brackets and braces, I have always used notepad config files with the

-I 19 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-engine 1100 --gpu-memclock 1500 --auto-fan --temp-target 70 --temp-overheat 82

style of coding.

I do have a few questions, though.  This gdpool doesn't exactly provide an overabundance of information and details.  How do I set up individual workers?  Do I even have to? Or does each mining PC get the same details in its config file, and each one just pays out to the same wallet?

How do I set payout intervals, like payout every 1 GDN or 10 GDN or 100 GDN?  I keep my wallet on my main PC, and getting notified every few minutes that I just got a fragment of a cent of GDN will get annoying fast.

I'll play with it on one PC for a day or two, then put it on the other PCs as well.  I'm uncertain how to handle different GPU types with this style of config file, how am I supposed to know that both the computer and I think GPU 1 is the same GPU?  Which is GPU2, 4, 5, etc?  Right now one of my miners has a single 280X, another has a pair of 270X's, and the third has 2 7950s and 3 270X's.  I guess I could swap the pair of 7950s and 270X's if I had to.

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June 10, 2014, 02:52:38 PM
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I switched to gdpool and got the x11 mod sgminer 4.1.0 working on one of my miner computers.  A single 280X at intensity 15 and 1100/1500 is giving me 2.99 Mhash.  IfI try to use intensity 19 it keeps failing the graphics driver and resetting.  This is my first time working in a config file with the multiple short lines of text and all the brackets and braces, I have always used notepad config files with the

-I 19 --thread-concurrency 8192 --gpu-engine 1100 --gpu-memclock 1500 --auto-fan --temp-target 70 --temp-overheat 82

style of coding.

I do have a few questions, though.  This gdpool doesn't exactly provide an overabundance of information and details.  How do I set up individual workers?  Do I even have to? Or does each mining PC get the same details in its config file, and each one just pays out to the same wallet?

How do I set payout intervals, like payout every 1 GDN or 10 GDN or 100 GDN?  I keep my wallet on my main PC, and getting notified every few minutes that I just got a fragment of a cent of GDN will get annoying fast.

I'll play with it on one PC for a day or two, then put it on the other PCs as well.  I'm uncertain how to handle different GPU types with this style of config file, how am I supposed to know that both the computer and I think GPU 1 is the same GPU?  Which is GPU2, 4, 5, etc?  Right now one of my miners has a single 280X, another has a pair of 270X's, and the third has 2 7950s and 3 270X's.  I guess I could swap the pair of 7950s and 270X's if I had to.



In regards to GDPool.org:

GDPool.org is run using the NOMP pool software and requires you only to put your GDN address as your username. Each individual worker/miner can be setup with the same information. However, you could generate multiple GDN addresses and assign each worker to a different one if you wanted to somehow track individual payouts. The payout on GDPool.org is set to payout whenever your balance reaches 1 GDN or higher. Depending on your hashrate, this will probably result in many small payments (you cannot modify your payout amount/interval).

In regards to sgminer:

I use the following options/flags for sgminer. To control what GPU's you use, you can see the --device 0,1 part tells sgminer to use my first and second GPU's. These are normally orderd from 0 to x, where 0 is closest to your CPU. Since i specify multiple GPU units, I can append a coma to separate the individual settings for each GPU. Your miner is probably failing because of the thread-concurrency setting your using. You will probably have to play around with it for a while.

sgminer -k x11mod -o stratum+tcp://gdpool.org:3032 -u ADDRESSHERE -p ANYTHING --device 0,1 --gpu-memclock 1500,1500 --gpu-engine 1160,1160 -g 1,1 -w 256,256 --intensity 21,21 --no-submit-stale --auto-fan --temp-target 79 --temp-cutoff 90

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June 10, 2014, 10:44:07 PM
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What is the new range of possible intensities in the x11 mod package?  It used to be 8-20 in CGMiner and the original SGminer 4.1.0, now it goes from what number to what number?

I'll try to make a Notepad config file like I've been doing for the past year.  The brackets and braces file may work but I'm just used to the old way.

I'll also hook up my Kill-A-Watt meter and see how running the x11 mod package affects the power usage.  It's got to be using more power now.

I'll have to check and see what the TC setting is in the current setup.  I have always used 8192 with the R9 270s and 280s.

A temp target of 79 and cutoff of 90 is kind of hot.  Knock 10 degrees off those temperatures.





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June 11, 2014, 02:15:06 PM
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What is the new range of possible intensities in the x11 mod package?  It used to be 8-20 in CGMiner and the original SGminer 4.1.0, now it goes from what number to what number?

I'll try to make a Notepad config file like I've been doing for the past year.  The brackets and braces file may work but I'm just used to the old way.

I'll also hook up my Kill-A-Watt meter and see how running the x11 mod package affects the power usage.  It's got to be using more power now.

I'll have to check and see what the TC setting is in the current setup.  I have always used 8192 with the R9 270s and 280s.

A temp target of 79 and cutoff of 90 is kind of hot.  Knock 10 degrees off those temperatures.


I think the intensity range for sgminer ranges from like 8 - 31. But the highest I have ever used is 21.
From my experience X11 takes less power consumption and therefore a lot less heat, but I havent done any extensive testing since using this improved X11mod. Let me know how it goes.

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June 11, 2014, 04:52:33 PM
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What is the new range of possible intensities in the x11 mod package?  It used to be 8-20 in CGMiner and the original SGminer 4.1.0, now it goes from what number to what number?

I'll try to make a Notepad config file like I've been doing for the past year.  The brackets and braces file may work but I'm just used to the old way.

I'll also hook up my Kill-A-Watt meter and see how running the x11 mod package affects the power usage.  It's got to be using more power now.

I'll have to check and see what the TC setting is in the current setup.  I have always used 8192 with the R9 270s and 280s.

A temp target of 79 and cutoff of 90 is kind of hot.  Knock 10 degrees off those temperatures.


We will be interested to know how much this affects the power consumption

My 280x is getting around 3.2 MH/s using the x11mod miner
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June 11, 2014, 06:07:05 PM
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June 12, 2014, 04:41:11 AM
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Global Denomination, if you are planning to pump and dump GDN for sheer profit, I WANT IN!  PM me and let me know the plan so I can prepare to MAKE MONEY!!!  I won't tell anyone, that is not in the best interest of my maximum profit! Shocked




I hooked up the Kill-A-Watt on the single 280X miner last night.   Corsair 430 power supply, a small H61 chipset AsRock motherboard, and a stock clock Celeron G550.  GPU is a Gigabyte Windforce 280X.

At idle (no mining), it was showing 45 watts.  At full load, in sgminer 4.1.0 mining Darkcoins at 2.18 Mhash, it showed 180 watts, for a GPU draw of 135 watts.

With the modified X11 to mine GDN at 3.00 Mhash on the same computer, it was showing 195 watts at full load, for a 150 watt GPU draw.

So in my limited, one computer, one GPU test, power consumption went up slightly, about 9%.
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June 12, 2014, 11:28:19 AM
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Global Denomination, if you are planning to pump and dump GDN for sheer profit, I WANT IN!  PM me and let me know the plan so I can prepare to MAKE MONEY!!!  I won't tell anyone, that is not in the best interest of my maximum profit! Shocked




I hooked up the Kill-A-Watt on the single 280X miner last night.   Corsair 430 power supply, a small H61 chipset AsRock motherboard, and a stock clock Celeron G550.  GPU is a Gigabyte Windforce 280X.

At idle (no mining), it was showing 45 watts.  At full load, in sgminer 4.1.0 mining Darkcoins at 2.18 Mhash, it showed 180 watts, for a GPU draw of 135 watts.

With the modified X11 to mine GDN at 3.00 Mhash on the same computer, it was showing 195 watts at full load, for a 150 watt GPU draw.

So in my limited, one computer, one GPU test, power consumption went up slightly, about 9%.


Thank you for doing this test ...... it is good to know Smiley

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June 12, 2014, 11:50:01 AM
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timk225, try to use xIntensity, for each card, it is the amount of shaders. Example (R9 280X = --xintensity 2048).
In my case, it took up a little performance.

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June 13, 2014, 02:31:00 AM
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Global Denomination, if you are planning to pump and dump GDN for sheer profit, I WANT IN!  PM me and let me know the plan so I can prepare to MAKE MONEY!!!  I won't tell anyone, that is not in the best interest of my maximum profit! Shocked




I hooked up the Kill-A-Watt on the single 280X miner last night.   Corsair 430 power supply, a small H61 chipset AsRock motherboard, and a stock clock Celeron G550.  GPU is a Gigabyte Windforce 280X.

At idle (no mining), it was showing 45 watts.  At full load, in sgminer 4.1.0 mining Darkcoins at 2.18 Mhash, it showed 180 watts, for a GPU draw of 135 watts.

With the modified X11 to mine GDN at 3.00 Mhash on the same computer, it was showing 195 watts at full load, for a 150 watt GPU draw.

So in my limited, one computer, one GPU test, power consumption went up slightly, about 9%.

Good info!

Sounds pretty good. Only 9% power increase for almost a 50% increase in hashrate with the newest sgminer set to x11mod.

Send me your address and I'll send you a small donation for posting these results. Smiley

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June 13, 2014, 06:54:36 AM
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Thanks crypto, I'll PM you my address.

I ran an additional test on a larger system.  This one is the Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 motherboard with a Sempron 145 unlocked to an Athlon II X2 4450e, and 5 GB of RAM.  GPUs are a pair of 7950s and 3 270X's.

Idle power draw is 190 watts.

With the original sgminer 4.1.0 X11 mining Darkcoin it is using 715 watts.

With the new X11 mod on GDN coin, power usage is 755 watts.

That averages out to 105 watts on the original X11 and 113 watts on the X11 mod.  A difference of 7.5%.

But since the test used two different GPU models, numbers may be slightly off when calculating an average per GPU usage under load.
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June 13, 2014, 02:27:21 PM
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Hi, I can test the your new project. In the meantime, why answer your coin is not indexed in http://coinmarketcap.com/all.html  ?
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June 14, 2014, 08:26:09 AM
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We are looking for Beta testers of our latest project, which if all goes well will be announced very soon .....

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Hi, I can test the your new project. In the meantime, why answer your coin is not indexed in http://coinmarketcap.com/all.html  ?

Dev it is interested!

But i found one more issue yet(but don't know whose mistake) if you choose GDN on Liteshack you will see strange graphic http://liteshack.com/?coin=gdn
Some people make decisions looking on liteshack too, and the graphic there is plain as table, but i think it is impossible to hold 853 mhash for 2 weeks.

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http://gdn.mine-coin.de is down. What is it  Huh Huh Roll Eyes
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