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June 12, 2014, 07:25:08 AM
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is this faster then claymores cpu miner?? wolf you should try and make a gpu miner thats faster and more stable.    😃

Claymore has a CPU miner? Link me.

I don't see why it would be since it claims 270 H/s on a 4770 and this one claims 300+, and on top of that Claymore takes 5% of your hash rate. I guess Claymore has a fan base though, so perhaps people use it.

His low CPU mode looks interesting though, I wonder what that is doing.



i tried both and for me claymores is giving more stable hashrates win 7 x64

i can vouch for its speed as well and the stability of the cpu miner, gpu miner is a complete differnt kettle of fish, somewhat unstable as it stands.

4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output. and yes 5% for cpu and 5% for gpu miner plus pool fee's thats quite a loss on the pocket for smaller miners like myself.....
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June 12, 2014, 07:49:19 AM
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On Windows 7 I get about 5% extra with Claymore's and it takes 5% in fees so for me it's not gaining anything.

I just tipped Wolf a quarter XMR. There's a whole XMR waiting for a Windows 7 hugepages version Wink

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June 12, 2014, 07:56:19 AM
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I can't mine while playing all my games on Linux Sad

I get the most H/s at about half my max threads, so 6, which uses 50% of my CPU. So I can happily play Hearthstone, Path of Exile, League of Legends, all that good stuff and I'm mining the whole time. Install Linux, and half my favourite games can no longer be played.

At best I can do a VM, but I gather that doesn't get any increase amirite?

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June 12, 2014, 08:07:34 AM
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i cant run linix, no idea how, plus the gpu miner has no support for linux
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June 12, 2014, 01:19:15 PM
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How to run this miner on Ubuntu OS. I installed ubuntu(first time in my life, so am not good with linux) I have only windows binare, and it does not work on linux. Where to download this miner for linux? Thanks in advance.
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June 12, 2014, 01:21:48 PM
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Anyone fancy chucking out a non-AES-NI version for windows?

You'd have the undying gratitude of all us old cpu users (probably just me by the looks of it.... Wink).
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June 12, 2014, 01:34:16 PM
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^https://github.com/LucasJones/cpuminer-multi/releases

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June 12, 2014, 02:54:36 PM
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Maybe I wasn't being clear, I meant a non-AES-NI version of Wolf's miner. I already use the Lucas one.
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June 12, 2014, 05:31:16 PM
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You don't have permission to access /cpuminer-multi/cpuminer-multi-wolf-06-12-2014.zip on this server. Huh
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June 12, 2014, 09:43:17 PM
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I give 200 XMR for open source GPU miner. Grin

   
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June 12, 2014, 10:30:43 PM
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I give 200 XMR for open source GPU miner. Grin

Seriously? Because I *might* have one. Of course, it might also be near useless.

i hope ya serious. even i would donate you some XMR for a decent working gpu miner even thou i dont have much.
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June 12, 2014, 10:54:29 PM
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hey monero miners!


I'm new in mining, so today it's the first day that i mine monero,
the miner is running for 5 hours now, for me everything looks ok but i didn't get any moneros so far,
im mining with the latest miner of this forum (40-50 hashes) and i've typed in my monero adress
everything is in sync...

I don't know
So my question is how long does it take to get the mined moneros from the pool that i'm mining (extremehash)?
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June 12, 2014, 11:20:29 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.


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June 12, 2014, 11:20:48 PM
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I give 200 XMR for open source GPU miner. Grin

Seriously? Because I *might* have one. Of course, it might also be near useless.

i hope ya serious. even i would donate you some XMR for a decent working gpu miner even thou i dont have much.

Nah.

aww Wolf0 you had my hopes up there Sad
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June 12, 2014, 11:22:15 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.
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June 12, 2014, 11:25:51 PM
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I give 200 XMR for open source GPU miner. Grin

Seriously? Because I *might* have one. Of course, it might also be near useless.
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I give 200 XMR for open source GPU miner that is as fast or faster than Claymore's GPU miner v1.2. I give additional 0.25 XMR for every 1% it is faster than Claymore's GPU miner v1.2.  Grin

   
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June 12, 2014, 11:36:50 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.
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June 12, 2014, 11:42:20 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

you aint missing much on windows lol....... only problem for me is, the claymore gpu miner for cryptonight algo has no linux support at this current date and no real time frame for support yet otherwise i would be dumpin windows for Pimp and run it all that way. once i figure out how to use it anyway lol...
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June 12, 2014, 11:47:26 PM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

Because the Windows kernel is retarded and won't take hints.

No, seriously. I can give the linux kernel a hint about how I'm going to be using the memory and how it should handle it. It is, of course, free to ignore me, but it usually doesn't, resulting in faster accesses.

The access pattern hints only matter for virtual memory that gets paged, which shouldn't happen. The prefill hint might matter, but only during warmup, after that they should be the same. The hugepage stuff should result in the same speed on Windows as Linux, if everything is working correctly, though I understand this is trickier to arrange on Windows. There might be other issues, such as how threading is being handled, I'm not sure.

I'm pretty sure a good Windows programmer could fix this (as claymore appears to have done) but I'm not one by choice so I can't directly help.



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June 13, 2014, 12:03:23 AM
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4770k at stock clocks 250h/s at T-4
2600 non K at stock clocks 234 h/s at t-4

its nothing to do with a fan base, its at current the more powerful miner that supplys the highest output.

Nobody seems to be doing careful testing with complete environment data so we can't be sure, but there is a screen shot for this miner showing >300 on a 4770k. I have no idea if that is overclocked or anything else difficult to reproduce.




i dare say overclocked, or in linux which works better for cpu mineing from what i have gathered.

Yeah I don't really understand why Linux would be faster, and I can't come up with a good reason for it, but I never use Windows any more so it isn't something I'm going to work on.

Because the Windows kernel is retarded and won't take hints.

No, seriously. I can give the linux kernel a hint about how I'm going to be using the memory and how it should handle it. It is, of course, free to ignore me, but it usually doesn't, resulting in faster accesses.

The access pattern hints only matter for virtual memory that gets paged, which shouldn't happen. The prefill hint might matter, but only during warmup, after that they should be the same. The hugepage stuff should result in the same speed on Windows as Linux, if everything is working correctly, though I understand this is trickier to arrange on Windows. There might be other issues, such as how threading is being handled, I'm not sure.

I'm pretty sure a good Windows programmer could fix this (as claymore appears to have done) but I'm not one by choice so I can't directly help.





Nope, because readahead. I'm using it for random access, and I tell the linux kernel that with madvise(). It can be mitigated, but not entirely fixed. The reason I haven't done it is because I don't want to boot into Windows to test.

Kernel readahead only applies to I/O. There is also CPU prefetch, but that is automatically detected by the hardware.

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