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June 15, 2014, 02:41:05 PM
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I have released an optimised version of nist5 for sgminer (and amd). It is based on x11mod from lasybear
It works best on 14.6 amd drivers.

It was tested so far on my R9-290x and allows to almost double the hashrate.
On the standard talkcoin kernel, I was getting around 8.5MHash/s (on 14.6 drivers)
With this kernel I get 15.8MHash/s (average) at 1050MHash/s

To use it: "--kernel nist5"

I highly recommend to keep an eye on the temperature as the card can run hot (80°C) and over/underclock according to your liking.

The source can be found at: https://github.com/djm34/sgminer-nist5
binaries with ADL (fan temp) support for windows: http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/84876787/file.html

I didn't try to compile on linux, however it should work (if not let me know)

Donations are welcomed (since I double your hashrate  Grin)
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Good job djm34, although it won't let me compile under linux and I manage somehow to compile this, but I didn't get any improvement at all. I think the improve performance lies on driver 14.6, which I currently dont have (still 13.12).
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June 15, 2014, 02:41:54 PM
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Actually, this was released 1/2 half hours ago and I am pretty sure to be the only one using it right now  Grin (however Nvidia got their upgrade too)
As much as I'd like to own the hashrate, this won't happen with my only R9 290x.  Grin

And for your info, the difficulty has been decreasing quite a lot since yesterday.

When I try to run, libcurl-4.dll is missing

next, libcrypto.dll is missing Undecided
that's strange, I run my version without these...

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June 15, 2014, 02:42:42 PM
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Actually, this was released 1/2 half hours ago and I am pretty sure to be the only one using it right now  Grin (however Nvidia got their upgrade too)
As much as I'd like to own the hashrate, this won't happen with my only R9 290x.  Grin

And for your info, the difficulty has been decreasing quite a lot since yesterday.

When I try to run, libcurl-4.dll is missing

next, libcrypto.dll is missing Undecided

Take libcurl-4.dll (http://www71.zippyshare.com/v/31328651/file.html) from old sgminer and working now.
R9 280x=12.67Mh/s
R9 270=7.941Mh/s

Thank you man!
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June 15, 2014, 02:43:24 PM
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I have released an optimised version of nist5 for sgminer (and amd). It is based on x11mod from lasybear
It works best on 14.6 amd drivers.

It was tested so far on my R9-290x and allows to almost double the hashrate.
On the standard talkcoin kernel, I was getting around 8.5MHash/s (on 14.6 drivers)
With this kernel I get 15.8MHash/s (average) at 1050MHash/s

To use it: "--kernel nist5"

I highly recommend to keep an eye on the temperature as the card can run hot (80°C) and over/underclock according to your liking.

The source can be found at: https://github.com/djm34/sgminer-nist5
binaries with ADL (fan temp) support for windows: http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/84876787/file.html

I didn't try to compile on linux, however it should work (if not let me know)

Donations are welcomed (since I double your hashrate  Grin)
    BTC: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze
    TAC: TuqNvPoQxghHfzwnPpAxSTiYoN6FM8LM5p

Well I hope there is a bounty for that too  Grin



I just spent 2 days upgrading miner, drivers and OS updates on my farm and I see this now...

The new generation have arrived and they brought their own currency...
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June 15, 2014, 02:46:27 PM
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I have released an optimised version of nist5 for sgminer (and amd). It is based on x11mod from lasybear
It works best on 14.6 amd drivers.

It was tested so far on my R9-290x and allows to almost double the hashrate.
On the standard talkcoin kernel, I was getting around 8.5MHash/s (on 14.6 drivers)
With this kernel I get 15.8MHash/s (average) at 1050MHash/s

To use it: "--kernel nist5"

I highly recommend to keep an eye on the temperature as the card can run hot (80°C) and over/underclock according to your liking.

The source can be found at: https://github.com/djm34/sgminer-nist5
binaries with ADL (fan temp) support for windows: http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/84876787/file.html

I didn't try to compile on linux, however it should work (if not let me know)

Donations are welcomed (since I double your hashrate  Grin)
    BTC: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze
    TAC: TuqNvPoQxghHfzwnPpAxSTiYoN6FM8LM5p

Well I hope there is a bounty for that too  Grin



Good job djm34, although it won't let me compile under linux and I manage somehow to compile this, but I didn't get any improvement at all. I think the improve performance lies on driver 14.6, which I currently dont have (still 13.12).

It is clear that 14.6 is needed to get the speed increase on groestl.
But I see also some big difference between talkcoin where I was getting around 8.5MHash/s (both using 14.6)
to this one where I get 15.8MHash/s (I didn't try on the old one).

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June 15, 2014, 02:49:42 PM
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It is clear that 14.6 is needed to get the speed increase on groestl.
But I see also some big difference between talkcoin where I was getting around 8.5MHash/s (both using 14.6)
to this one where I get 15.8MHash/s (I didn't try on the old one).


Mine hash went from 11.43Mh/s to 20.54Mh/s with your compiled miner. Both tried on drivers 14.6
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June 15, 2014, 02:49:57 PM
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It is clear that 14.6 is needed to get the speed increase on groestl.
But I see also some big difference between talkcoin where I was getting around 8.5MHash/s (both using 14.6)
to this one where I get 15.8MHash/s (I didn't try on the old one).


I have tested on 13.12 and 14.4 drivers. (all in Debian 7.5)
Performance on 13.12 is slightly worse (6.2Mhs -> 6.1Mhs)
on 14.4 (6.2Mhs -> 5.6Mhs).

It seems like your mod doesn't like old drivers.

Anyone experience the same thing?
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June 15, 2014, 03:00:22 PM
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Can`t compile in BAMТ.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.
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June 15, 2014, 03:05:17 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.
I will have a look to the linux side (it was tested only on windows so far).
Yes the 14.6 drivers are required.

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June 15, 2014, 03:06:17 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.
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June 15, 2014, 03:07:52 PM
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Not too much difference with 13.12

I should upgrade now  Cool
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June 15, 2014, 03:12:31 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.

sorry first time uploading something to github...

Also, thanks to the generous donator who send me 4000TAC

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June 15, 2014, 03:13:05 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.

Mine R9 280x = http://www42.zippyshare.com/v/29187000/file.html
R9 270 = http://www48.zippyshare.com/v/49613749/file.html
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June 15, 2014, 03:14:19 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.

sorry first time uploading something to github...

Also, thanks to the generous donator who send me 4000TAC

No need to sorry. You've done well. Ignition75 has donated I think. you justs double his hash for him. Quite a nice whale.
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June 15, 2014, 03:20:36 PM
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It is clear that 14.6 is needed to get the speed increase on groestl.
But I see also some big difference between talkcoin where I was getting around 8.5MHash/s (both using 14.6)
to this one where I get 15.8MHash/s (I didn't try on the old one).


I have tested on 13.12 and 14.4 drivers. (all in Debian 7.5)
Performance on 13.12 is slightly worse (6.2Mhs -> 6.1Mhs)
on 14.4 (6.2Mhs -> 5.6Mhs).

It seems like your mod doesn't like old drivers.

Anyone experience the same thing?

I can report for performance decreasing too, about of ~3% :: R9 290, v14.4(windows), and increasing power (started use memory)

...will try the 14.6.

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June 15, 2014, 03:22:43 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.

Mine R9 280x = http://www42.zippyshare.com/v/29187000/file.html
R9 270 = http://www48.zippyshare.com/v/49613749/file.html

Wow thanks. It was fast. Could you share your config for 280x as well? thanks so much.
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June 15, 2014, 03:39:45 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.

Mine R9 280x = http://www42.zippyshare.com/v/29187000/file.html
R9 270 = http://www48.zippyshare.com/v/49613749/file.html

Wow thanks. It was fast. Could you share your config for 280x as well? thanks so much.

Mine config is simple:
Code:
color 0F
sgminer -k nist5 -d 0,1 -o stratum+tcp://pool1 -u user -p x --failover-only -o stratum+tcp://pool2 -u user -p amadej.pevec@gmail.com -I 22
280X=12.74 Mh/s
270=7.961 Mh/s
Gpu-engine for both (280x and 270) is set on 1150 with msi afterburner.
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June 15, 2014, 03:42:05 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.

Mine R9 280x = http://www42.zippyshare.com/v/29187000/file.html
R9 270 = http://www48.zippyshare.com/v/49613749/file.html

Wow thanks. It was fast. Could you share your config for 280x as well? thanks so much.

Mine config is simple:
Code:
color 0F
sgminer -k nist5 -d 0,1 -o stratum+tcp://pool1 -u user -p x --failover-only -o stratum+tcp://pool2 -u user -p amadej.pevec@gmail.com -I 22
280X=12.74 Mh/s
270=7.961 Mh/s
Gpu-engine for both (280x and 270) is set on 1150 with msi afterburner.

No thanks. My trick doesn't work. Copy bin file from windows to linux doing no good. I think I need to update the drivers. Thanks.
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June 15, 2014, 03:42:23 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.

Mine R9 280x = http://www42.zippyshare.com/v/29187000/file.html
R9 270 = http://www48.zippyshare.com/v/49613749/file.html

Wow thanks. It was fast. Could you share your config for 280x as well? thanks so much.

Mine config is simple:
Code:
color 0F
sgminer -k nist5 -d 0,1 -o stratum+tcp://pool1 -u user -p x --failover-only -o stratum+tcp://pool2 -u user -p amadej.pevec@gmail.com -I 22
280X=12.74 Mh/s
270=7.961 Mh/s
Gpu-engine for both (280x and 270) is set on 1150 with msi afterburner.
Don't forget to keep an eye on the temps. The temps are significantly higher.

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June 15, 2014, 03:48:46 PM
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Can`t compile in BATM.
Anyway as I uderstand I need 14.6 drivers for new miner.

djm34 uses windows branch so if you clone from this repo you won't able to compile it under Linux. Copy all of files in subfolder .deps of all algo folders from sph-sgminer_x11mod to sgminer-nist5 you should be able to compile it. But it needs 14.6 drivers. Anyone could please share his 14.6 *.bin file for 280x, 290 ? thanks. Just upload all your *.bin files in sgminer-nist5 if you got boost from djm34's version.


when trying to compile on ubuntu, everything is fine until

git clone https://github.com/djm34/sgminer-nist5
cd sgminer-nist5
autoreconf -i
CFLAGS="-O2 -Wall -march=native" ./configure

but when I press
make

I receive "No names found, cannot describe anything". Where are located these .deps file you wrote in your post?? I cannot find a .deps folder in sph-sgminer_x11mod
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