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Author Topic: Claymore's CryptoNote GPU Miner v9.7  (Read 750062 times)
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June 23, 2014, 12:36:37 PM
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So, will the FCN MM ports on minergate work with 3.2 fine? Or is even MM working with this new miner version?

Solve my issue with making sure the -u was needed to put the email account for minergate in the bat file. Thanks for the no help crypto world.... Tongue

On to a new issue: My 7970 isn't doing 450 h/s, but 370 h/s. I did gpu allocate at 100%. What settings are optimal to run is close to 450 h/s?

But be carefully what you are mining: currently state is
ducknote and quazar coin can be withdrawal to wallet , but they dont come from wallet to Bittrex
you cannot withdrawal monero
only fantom coin goes to market without any problem

Try set to 92-95
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June 23, 2014, 12:44:09 PM
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So, will the FCN MM ports on minergate work with 3.2 fine? Or is even MM working with this new miner version?

Solve my issue with making sure the -u was needed to put the email account for minergate in the bat file. Thanks for the no help crypto world.... Tongue

On to a new issue: My 7970 isn't doing 450 h/s, but 370 h/s. I did gpu allocate at 100%. What settings are optimal to run is close to 450 h/s?

But be carefully what you are mining: currently state is
ducknote and quazar coin can be withdrawal to wallet , but they dont come from wallet to Bittrex
you cannot withdrawal monero
only fantom coin goes to market without any problem

Try set to 92-95

Ok, I'll try those range of settings.

I know about withdrawing to the wallet, then withdraw from wallet to exchanges.

Thanks for the help, appreciate it.

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June 23, 2014, 01:03:20 PM
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Are there any performance gains between version 3.1 and 3.2 ?

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June 23, 2014, 01:10:03 PM
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- Sources: my miners are closed sources, I don't open sources.

The cryptocurrency community was founded and is based around open-source software. That is a principle I firmly believe in.

I also do not believe you should do something for nothing.

HOWEVER, looking at the dev fees, and the amount of traffic on each cryptonight algo... I would assume that the large population of those mining are now using your miner... which means... you are making a killing.

I can't blame you for doing this... however, I do not see the point other than pure greed as to why you would continue to charge a 5% dev fee, when it is widely known that there are quite a few devs working on the OPEN-SOURCE gpu miners (cbuchner1 has one, albeit his own private stash... cuda only kids). There are many working on the AMD open source miner.


All I'm saying is... you catch more flies with honey, than you do with vinegar.

I don't expect you to do something for free, I wouldn't... but at the same time... don't be greedy. If you're going to charge a dev-fee... you might as well give us the version you're using that is all tweaked out and kicks out a shit-ton of hashes. Everyone knows devs keep the best for themselves, but it makes more sense for a dev who charges a fee with his software to give everyone the best, because that means he's getting more of a return when the dev-fee mining kicks in.

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June 23, 2014, 01:10:19 PM
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Are there any performance gains between version 3.1 and 3.2 ?


No.

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June 23, 2014, 01:13:45 PM
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- Sources: my miners are closed sources, I don't open sources.

The cryptocurrency community was founded and is based around open-source software. That is a principle I firmly believe in.

I also do not believe you should do something for nothing.

HOWEVER, looking at the dev fees, and the amount of traffic on each cryptonight algo... I would assume that the large population of those mining are now using your miner... which means... you are making a killing.

I can't blame you for doing this... however, I do not see the point other than pure greed as to why you would continue to charge a 5% dev fee, when it is widely known that there are quite a few devs working on the OPEN-SOURCE gpu miners (cbuchner1 has one, albeit his own private stash... cuda only kids). There are many working on the AMD open source miner.


All I'm saying is... you catch more flies with honey, than you do with vinegar.

I don't expect you to do something for free, I wouldn't... but at the same time... don't be greedy. If you're going to charge a dev-fee... you might as well give us the version you're using that is all tweaked out and kicks out a shit-ton of hashes. Everyone knows devs keep the best for themselves, but it makes more sense for a dev who charges a fee with his software to give everyone the best, because that means he's getting more of a return when the dev-fee mining kicks in.
ATM this is the Only gpu-miner.
Yes, auhtor of cudaminer has one... but he is not sharing atm. So its your choice...
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June 23, 2014, 01:23:54 PM
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So, will the FCN MM ports on minergate work with 3.2 fine? Or is even MM working with this new miner version?

Solve my issue with making sure the -u was needed to put the email account for minergate in the bat file. Thanks for the no help crypto world.... Tongue

On to a new issue: My 7970 isn't doing 450 h/s, but 370 h/s. I did gpu allocate at 100%. What settings are optimal to run is close to 450 h/s?
sure mm ports work, but you cant withdraw your coins...
i did a test, and first withdraw was in wallet in seconds, now they wont let me withdraw anymore.
plz be aware when mining at minergate...

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June 23, 2014, 01:27:02 PM
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- Sources: my miners are closed sources, I don't open sources.

The cryptocurrency community was founded and is based around open-source software. That is a principle I firmly believe in.

I also do not believe you should do something for nothing.

HOWEVER, looking at the dev fees, and the amount of traffic on each cryptonight algo... I would assume that the large population of those mining are now using your miner... which means... you are making a killing.

I can't blame you for doing this... however, I do not see the point other than pure greed as to why you would continue to charge a 5% dev fee, when it is widely known that there are quite a few devs working on the OPEN-SOURCE gpu miners (cbuchner1 has one, albeit his own private stash... cuda only kids). There are many working on the AMD open source miner.


All I'm saying is... you catch more flies with honey, than you do with vinegar.

I don't expect you to do something for free, I wouldn't... but at the same time... don't be greedy. If you're going to charge a dev-fee... you might as well give us the version you're using that is all tweaked out and kicks out a shit-ton of hashes. Everyone knows devs keep the best for themselves, but it makes more sense for a dev who charges a fee with his software to give everyone the best, because that means he's getting more of a return when the dev-fee mining kicks in.
ATM this is the Only gpu-miner.
Yes, auhtor of cudaminer has one... but he is not sharing atm. So its your choice...

Greed makes people do unethical things at times. Open source is the ideal concept, but there a few that don't believe in it, same as the concept of decentralization.

Personally I would feel 2%~3% fee would be more acceptable, as this miner isn't exactly close to the hypothetical hast rates and has too many stales shares at times.

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June 23, 2014, 01:30:18 PM
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So, will the FCN MM ports on minergate work with 3.2 fine? Or is even MM working with this new miner version?

Solve my issue with making sure the -u was needed to put the email account for minergate in the bat file. Thanks for the no help crypto world.... Tongue

On to a new issue: My 7970 isn't doing 450 h/s, but 370 h/s. I did gpu allocate at 100%. What settings are optimal to run is close to 450 h/s?
sure mm ports work, but you cant withdraw your coins...
i did a test, and first withdraw was in wallet in seconds, now they wont let me withdraw anymore.
plz be aware when mining at minergate...

I can withdraw FCN and XDN fine, but not XMR/MRO. I'll test throughout the day and see what happens.

So far, there a lot of negative comments/experience from others also. Always a risk with new pools that aren't completely established yet.

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June 23, 2014, 02:52:35 PM
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I am seeing a slight drop in hashrate from 3.0 to 3.2, anyone else seeing this?

3.0  472-476
3.2  456-460

Is this because of the power enhancements made in 3.1?
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June 23, 2014, 03:18:53 PM
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I have the same problem. What is this?
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June 23, 2014, 03:24:40 PM
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I have the same problem. What is this?

Have you tried another pool? I have had great luck at extremehash.
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June 23, 2014, 03:43:17 PM
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So the miner was seemingly stable for me, but I have yet to have it up for more than 12 hours without the miner stopping and rendering the computer completely unresponsive until a reboot.

It also goes offline from my VNC service.

Sometimes it works fine for up to 16 hours, sometimes it crashes after just a few minutes.

I'm on win 7, got 13.12 drivers, 16GB virtual memory, GPU MAX ALLOC 100 just as previously suggested.

I'm using 3x Gigabyte 290 reference cards with Elpida memories.

Excerpt from the logfile after computer gets unresponsive and miner stops sending shares:

Code:
16:29:37:343 c14 06/23/14-16:29:37 - SHARE FOUND (target 100001) - (GPU 2)
16:29:37:405 c14 got 63 bytes
16:29:37:405 c14 buf: {"id":1,"jsonrpc":"2.0","error":null,"result":{"status":"OK"}}

16:29:37:405 c14 parse packet: 63
16:29:37:405 c14 Share accepted
16:29:37:405 c14 new buf size: 0
16:29:39:293 2e8 Time gpu (0): 2007036
16:29:39:324 df4 Time gpu (1): 2007299
16:29:39:340 2e8 Dev round
16:29:39:371 df4 Round
16:29:53:785 df4 Time gpu (1): 14596801
16:29:57:046 c14 got 253 bytes
16:29:57:186 6ec got 253 bytes
16:29:53:785 2e8 Time gpu (0): 14624896
16:29:58:933 6ec buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100e4f3a09d050f5646fdd7d94eef10b32f8145710d708f192d4e1da8aa294ba6edeeedf93927000000006231cc09dd9093ea348394d91a346a5b60ae3d25f006dd2671bc72c3dca3714901","job_id":"403063868009485","target":"169f0200"}}

16:29:58:933 c14 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100e4f3a09d050f5646fdd7d94eef10b32f8145710d708f192d4e1da8aa294ba6edeeedf93927000000003bb2027bb27c37c607e6e18b838cf1a22da6e6124d0fb38dc68510d24b2011f501","job_id":"447459754114970","target":"c5a70000"}}

16:29:59:120 6ec parse packet: 253
16:29:59:120 c14 parse packet: 253
16:29:59:308 6ec new buf size: 0
16:29:59:308 c14 new buf size: 0
16:29:59:495 c14 df has same pool, skip
16:30:04:814 2e8 Round
16:30:10:072 6ec DevFee: 06/23/14-16:29:59 - New job received from mine.moneropool.com:3335
16:30:10:259 6ec got 253 bytes
16:30:10:446 6ec buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100e8f3a09d05d3c90eb927542f77f0b9fa857b09d066cd7e69a9ddefd86a4d5485a239a7c23d000000007a1157884fb94d50c307c3559fce14cedac5dc23895318c04cea9b33c3157dbe01","job_id":"674236697889864","target":"169f0200"}}

16:30:10:493 c14 06/23/14-16:29:59 - New job received from mine.moneropool.com:3335
16:30:10:633 6ec parse packet: 253
16:30:10:820 6ec new buf size: 0
16:30:11:054 c14 Speed: 1842 h/s, TotalHashes: 15970K, DevHashes: 798K Mining time:
16:30:11:476 6ec DevFee: 06/23/14-16:30:11 - New job received from mine.moneropool.com:3335
16:30:11:897 c14 02:24
16:30:12:084 c14 got 253 bytes
16:30:12:271 c14 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100e7f3a09d05d3c90eb927542f77f0b9fa857b09d066cd7e69a9ddefd86a4d5485a239a7c23d00000000a919ce0441e1f9821cc19cd54809422b50da4cd97459678df99026b44ad4e60d01","job_id":"468854755791835","target":"c5a70000"}}

16:30:12:458 c14 parse packet: 253
16:30:12:646 c14 new buf size: 0
16:30:12:833 c14 df has same pool, skip
16:30:13:394 c14 06/23/14-16:30:13 - New job received from mine.moneropool.com:3335
16:30:13:956 c14 Speed: 1841 h/s, TotalHashes: 15970K, DevHashes: 798K Mining time:
16:30:14:518 c14 02:24
16:30:14:798 df4 Round
16:30:16:171 c14 got 253 bytes
16:30:16:733 6ec got 253 bytes
16:30:16:920 6ec buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100f7f3a09d050c20796e472c6fb7496fe9d6c7927dfefe1267f4f81ad92316319e062c4e86a5000000001d0f0bcfe7c1592ebfe67990d77cb0ef6d3be784e8f11594a9b4c1a6471b7c0101","job_id":"968281017825938","target":"169f0200"}}

16:30:17:107 6ec parse packet: 253
16:30:17:294 6ec new buf size: 0
16:30:17:856 6ec DevFee: 06/23/14-16:30:17 - New job received from mine.moneropool.com:3335
16:30:21:834 c14 buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100f7f3a09d050c20796e472c6fb7496fe9d6c7927dfefe1267f4f81ad92316319e062c4e86a500000000b6ca7dc69da6511608e37e0122d9c961941d1e92edc8ad768ec630b1e7b9be4201","job_id":"132138102059252","target":"c5a70000"}}

16:30:35:843 c14 parse packet: 253
16:30:39:805 df4 Time gpu (1): 24792545
16:30:40:788 2e8 Time gpu (0): 24933243
16:30:43:846 c14 new buf size: 0
16:31:10:069 6ec got 253 bytes
16:32:08:866 c14 df has same pool, skip
16:32:13:780 df4 Time gpu (1): 14763067
16:32:17:867 6ec buf: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"job","params":{"blob":"0100acf4a09d05e4c6e1a1cd3240f7211f14a310e7d1233cba3d47e2756ae8e3c12f4d95fefbdc0000000021bbeb80212aa04e716d5c4cebbaaefe8c415add768d6bdb4529edcb9321433801","job_id":"590404431568458","target":"169f0200"}}

After that it stopped accepting shares but continued reporting:

Code:
16:32:18:803 df4 Round
16:32:18:803 2e8 Time gpu (0): 14991293
16:32:22:828 6ec parse packet: 253
16:32:23:811 2e8 Round
16:32:27:867 6ec new buf size: 0
16:32:38:787 df4 Time gpu (1): 19785577
16:32:43:810 2e8 Time gpu (0): 19800764
16:32:48:786 2e8 Round
16:32:54:808 df4 Round
16:33:08:817 2e8 Time gpu (0): 14980299

For an hour before I discovered it.


Anyone know what I can do to fix it?
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June 23, 2014, 04:32:50 PM
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On multiple computers the exe for this has apparently been deleted..  WTF?  Does it self delete?  It seems odd that I'd have some malware that would do this on multiple machines
Getting cleaned by anti-virus maybe?  Mining software is often flagged by AV as possibly malicious.

Yep, that was it..  Avast was running in "silent" mode, so it never even notified me.  Unfortunately I didn't discover this until I had unplugged my comp and used another one to change all my passwords to frequently used websites.
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June 23, 2014, 04:42:23 PM
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Are there any performance gains between version 3.1 and 3.2 ?

freeze my computer wih 3.2

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June 23, 2014, 05:22:10 PM
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When i start miner 3.2 - speed 830 h/s Mining time: 00:02
After:
speed 820 h/s Mining time: 00:08
....
speed 780 h/s Mining time: 00:12
....
speed 700 h/s Mining time: 00:16
...
and etc.

After miner restart it repeats... - speed 830 h/s Mining time: 00:02
speed 820 h/s Mining time: 00:08
....
speed 780 h/s Mining time: 00:12
....
speed 700 h/s Mining time: 00:16
...
and etc.

Why?
What my real speed?

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June 23, 2014, 06:33:36 PM
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v3.3 is available:

- Improved mining speed up to 5%, depends on card, I get 650 h/s on stock 290x.
- Improved stability.

It seems I fixed issue with bad performance on 280x, though not sure, on my 280x it works fine.
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June 23, 2014, 06:46:03 PM
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v3.3 is available:

- Improved mining speed up to 5%, depends on card, I get 650 h/s on stock 290x.
- Improved stability.

It seems I fixed issue with bad performance on 280x, though not sure, on my 280x it works fine.


Still the bad performance on 6x280x Toxics 2240H/s
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June 23, 2014, 06:46:38 PM
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soon the miner will be as power hungry as scrypt :O
Is there possibility of adding "intensity" setting, ie trading 10% speed for lower power usage
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June 23, 2014, 06:49:19 PM
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v3.3 is available:

- Improved mining speed up to 5%, depends on card, I get 650 h/s on stock 290x.
- Improved stability.

It seems I fixed issue with bad performance on 280x, though not sure, on my 280x it works fine.


Also no improvement on my 280x.
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