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July 30, 2014, 03:18:45 PM
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why do i keep seeing devfee : found share like all the time it's like the miner is mining for him rather than me i see dev fee found share more than i see found share without the "dev fee :"

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July 30, 2014, 03:32:13 PM
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why do i keep seeing devfee : found share like all the time it's like the miner is mining for him rather than me i see dev fee found share more than i see found share without the "dev fee :"

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7 pages ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=638915.msg7907911#msg7907911

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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August 01, 2014, 01:59:46 AM
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Hi, claymore, i have a lot of 6850 and 6870 cards.
the hashrate is too low.
6X6850 : overclock to 850, got 960 h/s
6X6870 : not overclock, got 1020 h/s
is this the good h/s?
help. thank you.
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August 01, 2014, 02:26:36 AM
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Hi, claymore, i have a lot of 6850 and 6870 cards.
the hashrate is too low.
6X6850 : overclock to 850, got 960 h/s
6X6870 : not overclock, got 1020 h/s
is this the good h/s?
help. thank you.

they sound like 1gb cards. if its one gb cards then you wont get much better then that.
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August 01, 2014, 07:09:35 AM
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Dunno if Dev follows this thread or not but I figured I would pass my findings along...

I have 2 6XR9-290 rigs. I downloaded CryptoNote Miner 5.1 beta a week or so ago and started mining XMR. I am running 13.12 modded drivers and have my rigs dialed back to 924/1250 @ powertune -15 (voltage and fans controlled by MSI Afterburner) to keep wattage and heat down. My temps and fans average in the 70C/70% with the reference style cards and 64C/63% with the 6 "Gigabyte Windstream OC" style cards at around 1500 watts per miner. With standard v5.1 files and these settings, I am pushing around 3690H/s with the reference cards and around 3740 with the Windstream OC cards.

So I thought I would download the latest v6.1 and see if there were any new optimizations that would increase hash. What I found was that the v6.1 lowered H/s by about 100H/s per unit. Thinking maybe I needed the 14.6 drivers, I tried the trick I learned from SGMiner v5 where instead of replacing the rock solid 13.12 video card drivers with the 14.6 drivers, I just unpacked the 14.6 open cl files and copied them into the CryptoNote directory where the mining executable was. I could tell a huge difference right off the bat with one rig pushing 3880Hh/s and the other 3790H/s. But within about 5 minutes the hash rate was back down to about 75-100 less H/s each than the older v5.1 averaged. I wasn't happy with that so I rebooted the machines again and went back with the v5.1 install. On a whim, I copied the 14.6 open cl files out of the v6.1 directory into the v5.1 directory to see what that would do... Wow! Nice little 50 H/s boost out of each unit! Now the miner with the reference cards is averaging 3740 and the Windstream unit is pushing 3790.

Not sure why it works so well like that, but there it is!

Appreciate your efforts!
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August 01, 2014, 07:32:35 AM
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Dunno if Dev follows this thread or not but I figured I would pass my findings along...

I have 2 6XR9-290 rigs. I downloaded CryptoNote Miner 5.1 beta a week or so ago and started mining XMR. I am running 13.12 modded drivers and have my rigs dialed back to 924/1250 @ powertune -15 (voltage and fans controlled by MSI Afterburner) to keep wattage and heat down. My temps and fans average in the 70C/70% with the reference style cards and 64C/63% with the 6 "Gigabyte Windstream OC" style cards at around 1500 watts per miner. With standard v5.1 files and these settings, I am pushing around 3690H/s with the reference cards and around 3740 with the Windstream OC cards.

So I thought I would download the latest v6.1 and see if there were any new optimizations that would increase hash. What I found was that the v6.1 lowered H/s by about 100H/s per unit. Thinking maybe I needed the 14.6 drivers, I tried the trick I learned from SGMiner v5 where instead of replacing the rock solid 13.12 video card drivers with the 14.6 drivers, I just unpacked the 14.6 open cl files and copied them into the CryptoNote directory where the mining executable was. I could tell a huge difference right off the bat with one rig pushing 3880Hh/s and the other 3790H/s. But within about 5 minutes the hash rate was back down to about 75-100 less H/s each than the older v5.1 averaged. I wasn't happy with that so I rebooted the machines again and went back with the v5.1 install. On a whim, I copied the 14.6 open cl files out of the v6.1 directory into the v5.1 directory to see what that would do... Wow! Nice little 50 H/s boost out of each unit! Now the miner with the reference cards is averaging 3740 and the Windstream unit is pushing 3790.

Not sure why it works so well like that, but there it is!

Appreciate your efforts!

I can test miner only on my rigs and v6.1 is the best for me. I get completely different feedbacks for every version - some people like v4, some people like v5, some people have problems with all versions except v6.1. Miner uses video memory a lot, it causes problems or unstability on some systems. I tried many different approaches in code in different versions so you can select the best version for your configuration. Unfortunately, it seems there is no way to build one version that will work on all configurations properly, AMD drivers often work strangely if miner has to use a lot of memory, especially on multi-GPU systems.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
List of my miners: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3019607
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August 01, 2014, 07:34:25 AM
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Hi, claymore, i have a lot of 6850 and 6870 cards.
the hashrate is too low.
6X6850 : overclock to 850, got 960 h/s
6X6870 : not overclock, got 1020 h/s
is this the good h/s?
help. thank you.

1GB cards show bad hashrate, 2GB of video memory is required to achieve best performance.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
List of my miners: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3019607
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August 01, 2014, 08:49:42 AM
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Dunno if Dev follows this thread or not but I figured I would pass my findings along...

I have 2 6XR9-290 rigs. I downloaded CryptoNote Miner 5.1 beta a week or so ago and started mining XMR. I am running 13.12 modded drivers and have my rigs dialed back to 924/1250 @ powertune -15 (voltage and fans controlled by MSI Afterburner) to keep wattage and heat down. My temps and fans average in the 70C/70% with the reference style cards and 64C/63% with the 6 "Gigabyte Windstream OC" style cards at around 1500 watts per miner. With standard v5.1 files and these settings, I am pushing around 3690H/s with the reference cards and around 3740 with the Windstream OC cards.

So I thought I would download the latest v6.1 and see if there were any new optimizations that would increase hash. What I found was that the v6.1 lowered H/s by about 100H/s per unit. Thinking maybe I needed the 14.6 drivers, I tried the trick I learned from SGMiner v5 where instead of replacing the rock solid 13.12 video card drivers with the 14.6 drivers, I just unpacked the 14.6 open cl files and copied them into the CryptoNote directory where the mining executable was. I could tell a huge difference right off the bat with one rig pushing 3880Hh/s and the other 3790H/s. But within about 5 minutes the hash rate was back down to about 75-100 less H/s each than the older v5.1 averaged. I wasn't happy with that so I rebooted the machines again and went back with the v5.1 install. On a whim, I copied the 14.6 open cl files out of the v6.1 directory into the v5.1 directory to see what that would do... Wow! Nice little 50 H/s boost out of each unit! Now the miner with the reference cards is averaging 3740 and the Windstream unit is pushing 3790.

Not sure why it works so well like that, but there it is!

Appreciate your efforts!

I can test miner only on my rigs and v6.1 is the best for me. I get completely different feedbacks for every version - some people like v4, some people like v5, some people have problems with all versions except v6.1. Miner uses video memory a lot, it causes problems or unstability on some systems. I tried many different approaches in code in different versions so you can select the best version for your configuration. Unfortunately, it seems there is no way to build one version that will work on all configurations properly, AMD drivers often work strangely if miner has to use a lot of memory, especially on multi-GPU systems.

I would like to see a Linux version so as when the app crashes it doesn't take out the whole OS.  Windows is shit for mining, having a linux miner that could work with BAMT/PiMP would be a preferred solution.

People who are running 5,6+ card rigs might want to take a look at lbr's application - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=712228.msg8045134 - works well with my setups, just wish the miner would be a bit more stable.
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August 01, 2014, 01:12:20 PM
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something is up with the codeing you did for 6900 series cards claymore.
my 2gb 6950 has been hashing with no hassles at 360h/s on miner 6.1 useing 100% gpu.
Now all of a sudden the usage has dropped to 50-75% and bouncing around with no stability barley doing 240h/s. It does this all the way from version 5.0 to 6.1.
anything below that the card works normal again at 100% and stable.

I have tried the card on a different board with different cpu and it does the exact same thing, same with OS, have tried win 7 and win 8.1 to no avail.
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August 01, 2014, 01:46:04 PM
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something is up with the codeing you did for 6900 series cards claymore.
my 2gb 6950 has been hashing with no hassles at 360h/s on miner 6.1 useing 100% gpu.
Now all of a sudden the usage has dropped to 50-75% and bouncing around with no stability barley doing 240h/s. It does this all the way from version 5.0 to 6.1.
anything below that the card works normal again at 100% and stable.

I have tried the card on a different board with different cpu and it does the exact same thing, same with OS, have tried win 7 and win 8.1 to no avail.

So it worked, you did not change anything, and it stopped working? It's a bit strange.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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August 01, 2014, 02:00:31 PM
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something is up with the codeing you did for 6900 series cards claymore.
my 2gb 6950 has been hashing with no hassles at 360h/s on miner 6.1 useing 100% gpu.
Now all of a sudden the usage has dropped to 50-75% and bouncing around with no stability barley doing 240h/s. It does this all the way from version 5.0 to 6.1.
anything below that the card works normal again at 100% and stable.

I have tried the card on a different board with different cpu and it does the exact same thing, same with OS, have tried win 7 and win 8.1 to no avail.

So it worked, you did not change anything, and it stopped working? It's a bit strange.

i didnt change a thing, also does not seem to let the core clock go over 500mhz.... when its not bounceing between 250-500mhz... its supposed to be at 925mhz.
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August 01, 2014, 08:13:34 PM
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Miners,

I am looking for larger OTC transactions for market price, or even slightly above. 10-50k xmr deals would be perfect. PM me if you are selling.

Thanks,
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August 01, 2014, 08:29:49 PM
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Dunno if Dev follows this thread or not but I figured I would pass my findings along...

I have 2 6XR9-290 rigs. I downloaded CryptoNote Miner 5.1 beta a week or so ago and started mining XMR. I am running 13.12 modded drivers and have my rigs dialed back to 924/1250 @ powertune -15 (voltage and fans controlled by MSI Afterburner) to keep wattage and heat down. My temps and fans average in the 70C/70% with the reference style cards and 64C/63% with the 6 "Gigabyte Windstream OC" style cards at around 1500 watts per miner. With standard v5.1 files and these settings, I am pushing around 3690H/s with the reference cards and around 3740 with the Windstream OC cards.

So I thought I would download the latest v6.1 and see if there were any new optimizations that would increase hash. What I found was that the v6.1 lowered H/s by about 100H/s per unit. Thinking maybe I needed the 14.6 drivers, I tried the trick I learned from SGMiner v5 where instead of replacing the rock solid 13.12 video card drivers with the 14.6 drivers, I just unpacked the 14.6 open cl files and copied them into the CryptoNote directory where the mining executable was. I could tell a huge difference right off the bat with one rig pushing 3880Hh/s and the other 3790H/s. But within about 5 minutes the hash rate was back down to about 75-100 less H/s each than the older v5.1 averaged. I wasn't happy with that so I rebooted the machines again and went back with the v5.1 install. On a whim, I copied the 14.6 open cl files out of the v6.1 directory into the v5.1 directory to see what that would do... Wow! Nice little 50 H/s boost out of each unit! Now the miner with the reference cards is averaging 3740 and the Windstream unit is pushing 3790.

Not sure why it works so well like that, but there it is!

Appreciate your efforts!

I can test miner only on my rigs and v6.1 is the best for me. I get completely different feedbacks for every version - some people like v4, some people like v5, some people have problems with all versions except v6.1. Miner uses video memory a lot, it causes problems or unstability on some systems. I tried many different approaches in code in different versions so you can select the best version for your configuration. Unfortunately, it seems there is no way to build one version that will work on all configurations properly, AMD drivers often work strangely if miner has to use a lot of memory, especially on multi-GPU systems.

I would like to see a Linux version so as when the app crashes it doesn't take out the whole OS.  Windows is shit for mining, having a linux miner that could work with BAMT/PiMP would be a preferred solution.

People who are running 5,6+ card rigs might want to take a look at lbr's application - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=712228.msg8045134 - works well with my setups, just wish the miner would be a bit more stable.

Those are the 13.12 drivers I am using. Running two H81PRO-BTC motherboards with Intel G3220 processors and Windows 8.1. Was fine with Windows Update 13.12 drivers  until a couple of weeks ago. Ran into the infamous "code 43" bug not initializing the last card with their latest Microsoft AMD driver update so I switched to the modded drivers which easily fixed the issue and got me back hashing again. Other than that, the machines running GUI Miner, SPH_Miner, SGMiner 4.1, SGMiner v5, Cryptonote, and the latest SPH "Doom" (luffa-512) port have been hashing rock steady, requiring little if any attention since initial setup. Very happy with them.
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August 02, 2014, 01:54:21 AM
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now it's a very hard time for miners.i think dev should decrease 5% fee.now 80% of mined coins should pay for electricity cost.miners only earn 20% ,however dev earns 5% ,that means 25% of  miner's earning.

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August 02, 2014, 06:04:15 AM
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now it's a very hard time for miners.i think dev should decrease 5% fee.now 80% of mined coins should pay for electricity cost.miners only earn 20% ,however dev earns 5% ,that means 25% of  miner's earning.


I agree. 2% is more reasonable.
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August 02, 2014, 08:15:49 AM
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now it's a very hard time for miners.i think dev should decrease 5% fee.now 80% of mined coins should pay for electricity cost.miners only earn 20% ,however dev earns 5% ,that means 25% of  miner's earning.

I think You can earn much more than requested 3% down on devfee if You focus on those 80% (undervolt/underclock). If it is 80%. Because whatmine calculator gives me less than 50% for QCN and less than 40% for XMR at this moment on my small poor 2x7790 rig hashing ~400 H/s (380 for me) QCN/FCN merged on minergate.

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August 02, 2014, 10:36:00 AM
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now it's a very hard time for miners.i think dev should decrease 5% fee.now 80% of mined coins should pay for electricity cost.miners only earn 20% ,however dev earns 5% ,that means 25% of  miner's earning.


I agree. 2% is more reasonable.

I also agree, 2% is fair.
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August 02, 2014, 12:17:15 PM
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now it's a very hard time for miners.i think dev should decrease 5% fee.now 80% of mined coins should pay for electricity cost.miners only earn 20% ,however dev earns 5% ,that means 25% of  miner's earning.


I agree. 2% is more reasonable.

I also agree, 2% is fair.

i agree 2% that's so good, because this time is hard for mining now, miner have to pay for 1-2% of pool and 5% dev.

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August 02, 2014, 12:37:32 PM
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now it's a very hard time for miners.i think dev should decrease 5% fee.now 80% of mined coins should pay for electricity cost.miners only earn 20% ,however dev earns 5% ,that means 25% of  miner's earning.


I agree. 2% is more reasonable.

I also agree, 2% is fair.

i agree 2% that's so good, because this time is hard for mining now, miner have to pay for 1-2% of pool and 5% dev.

yea and 80% electricity, what's actually left for the miners after 87% elec, pool fee, dev fee is just 13% what a pity
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August 02, 2014, 03:04:21 PM
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i would be also very happy about a reduced fee percentage. i know we have a nofee option, but it would be much better to see a dev fee of 2-3%. that is a range, when everybody feels "fine" to contribute to the dev. i think we all agree, that clay deserves some kind of fee as long as he made the only amd miner for cryptonote coins.

but its been running for a really long time with 5% fee. i just feel that it is time for a lowered dev fee.

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