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October 31, 2014, 05:56:21 PM
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@djm34:
Thanks for the reliese , I've reached 126Mh/s with 6x 750Ti. I'll try some clocking for squeeze more power

What clocks do U use??
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October 31, 2014, 06:00:58 PM
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dammit... remove the line I told you to add
and replace any occurance of uint64_t in sk1024.cu by unsigned long long (I must be missing something... this shouldn't be necessary)
after doing this operation on all these files:
Algo/sk1024.cu
Algo/sk1024_keccak.cu
hash/MinerThread.cpp
miner2.h

it did finally build and it (slowly) runs:
Code:
       ***** skMiner for nVidia GPUs by djm34  *****
                     This is version v0.2
        based on ccMiner by Christian Buchner and Christian H. 2014 ***
                   and on primeminer by Videlicet
         Copyright 2014 djm34
          BTC donation address: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze
                           CSD: 2S2pCpRXyb8Lpre52U3Xjq2MguSdaea5YGjVTsJqgZBfL2S24ag
Initializing Miner 127.0.0.1:9325 Number of Cards = 1 Timeout = 10
Connected to 127.0.0.1:9325...
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35227
2.6 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35227 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:11
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35228
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:22
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:33
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:45
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:56
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:07
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:18
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:29
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:40
i'll tell if it'll find any blocks in the next days...
thank you again for your hints Smiley

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October 31, 2014, 06:30:09 PM
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dammit... remove the line I told you to add
and replace any occurance of uint64_t in sk1024.cu by unsigned long long (I must be missing something... this shouldn't be necessary)
after doing this operation on all these files:
Algo/sk1024.cu
Algo/sk1024_keccak.cu
hash/MinerThread.cpp
miner2.h

it did finally build and it (slowly) runs:
Code:
        ***** skMiner for nVidia GPUs by djm34  *****
                     This is version v0.2
        based on ccMiner by Christian Buchner and Christian H. 2014 ***
                   and on primeminer by Videlicet
         Copyright 2014 djm34
          BTC donation address: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze
                           CSD: 2S2pCpRXyb8Lpre52U3Xjq2MguSdaea5YGjVTsJqgZBfL2S24ag
Initializing Miner 127.0.0.1:9325 Number of Cards = 1 Timeout = 10
Connected to 127.0.0.1:9325...
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35227
2.6 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35227 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:11
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35228
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:22
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:33
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:45
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:56
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:07
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:18
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:29
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:40
i'll tell if it'll find any blocks in the next days...
thank you again for your hints Smiley
what card are you using ? 3MH/s is very bad... (compute_30 ?)

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October 31, 2014, 06:33:06 PM
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dammit... remove the line I told you to add
and replace any occurance of uint64_t in sk1024.cu by unsigned long long (I must be missing something... this shouldn't be necessary)
after doing this operation on all these files:
Algo/sk1024.cu
Algo/sk1024_keccak.cu
hash/MinerThread.cpp
miner2.h

it did finally build and it (slowly) runs:
Code:
        ***** skMiner for nVidia GPUs by djm34  *****
                     This is version v0.2
        based on ccMiner by Christian Buchner and Christian H. 2014 ***
                   and on primeminer by Videlicet
         Copyright 2014 djm34
          BTC donation address: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze
                           CSD: 2S2pCpRXyb8Lpre52U3Xjq2MguSdaea5YGjVTsJqgZBfL2S24ag
Initializing Miner 127.0.0.1:9325 Number of Cards = 1 Timeout = 10
Connected to 127.0.0.1:9325...
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35227
2.6 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35227 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:11
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35228
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:22
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:33
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:45
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:56
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:07
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:18
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:29
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:40
i'll tell if it'll find any blocks in the next days...
thank you again for your hints Smiley
what card are you using ? 3MH/s is very bad... (compute_30 ?)
yes, gtx660-oem with 1152 cuda cores
any other tweaking hint is welcome Smiley

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October 31, 2014, 07:43:25 PM
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dammit... remove the line I told you to add
and replace any occurance of uint64_t in sk1024.cu by unsigned long long (I must be missing something... this shouldn't be necessary)
after doing this operation on all these files:
Algo/sk1024.cu
Algo/sk1024_keccak.cu
hash/MinerThread.cpp
miner2.h

it did finally build and it (slowly) runs:
Code:
        ***** skMiner for nVidia GPUs by djm34  *****
                     This is version v0.2
        based on ccMiner by Christian Buchner and Christian H. 2014 ***
                   and on primeminer by Videlicet
         Copyright 2014 djm34
          BTC donation address: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze
                           CSD: 2S2pCpRXyb8Lpre52U3Xjq2MguSdaea5YGjVTsJqgZBfL2S24ag
Initializing Miner 127.0.0.1:9325 Number of Cards = 1 Timeout = 10
Connected to 127.0.0.1:9325...
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35227
2.6 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35227 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:11
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35228
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:22
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:33
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:45
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:56
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:07
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:18
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:29
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:40
i'll tell if it'll find any blocks in the next days...
thank you again for your hints Smiley
what card are you using ? 3MH/s is very bad... (compute_30 ?)
yes, gtx660-oem with 1152 cuda cores
any other tweaking hint is welcome Smiley
try to overclock a bit you should get at least 4MH/s, if you have enough memory, you can try to increase the throughput also.

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October 31, 2014, 07:49:38 PM
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Thanks , Ill check out
EDIT: Stabilized it at 145 MH/s with 5x280X Vapor-X, but did not find any block.
I have a rig of Nvidia which mining with 110MH/s and hits blocks ...
It should work, in principle, I will check again (to make sure I didn't mess with before releasing) if the nonce doesn't skip any value...
What's the conf of 750ti for your previous released miner,I got only around 19mh/s for each 750ti.

Can you share your 280x config file ? I can't get my rig of AMD work corectly. In test machine single msi amd 280x work nice (~25Mhs) but in the other machine with 4x amd 280x only get ~50Mhs...
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October 31, 2014, 07:56:07 PM
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I have a 6 card (750ti) rig solo mining, speed is approx 75mh, 2 cards are stone cold, I think only 4 cards are mining.

Before I start to investigate, am I missing something really obvious, my launch config is skminer.exe 127.0.0.1 9325 6


try the new version I published, also how many core/thread has your cpu ?

Thanks djm.  I downloaded your new version, 6 cards now running.  The CPU on the rig is an intel dual core & the mobo is an H61.

Donation to follow once I have found some blocks.


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October 31, 2014, 08:00:20 PM
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new sources and binaries for nvidia miner: http://ge.tt/4dUHeF32/v/0?c

main change:
* support added for compute_30 (the performance are bad... but it works... not enough register for skein 1024 leading to large spill store
* kernel working now with compute 5_2
* optimization of skein for compute >= 3_5
gtx750: 22.5MH/s
gtx780ti: 43MH/s
gtx 980: 63MH/s
* possibility to select the card to be used together with new format for IP:PORT selection

example Release/skminer 127.0.0.1:9325 gtx980#1,gtx980#2,gtxWhatever

(in the example, the program will run on two gtx980 and ignore the gtxWhatever as it won't find it on your computer (so make sure you put names of card which exist)... alternatively 980#1,980#2 will also work (as in ccminer).

If no second argument is given, it will use every card found on the system.
There is may-be a limitation, as I think, the number of card should be smaller or equal to the number of cpu core/thread (need to be verified though... and I don't have enough pci port for that...)

* new display format, I used supercomputing one.
* added compilation for linux (it is again supercomputing one...) please let me know if it works.


current hashrate on my system with this version: 193MH/s (2 gtx980, 1 gtx750 and 1 gtx780ti), cpu usage 26% (which is high compared to ccminer)

Works on Linux


Testnet:
./skminer 10.0.0.2:8325 750#1
        ***** skMiner for nVidia GPUs by djm34  *****
                     This is version v0.2
        based on ccMiner by Christian Buchner and Christian H. 2014 ***
                   and on primeminer by Videlicet
         Copyright 2014 djm34
          BTC donation address: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze
                           CSD: 2S2pCpRXyb8Lpre52U3Xjq2MguSdaea5YGjVTsJqgZBfL2S24ag

cards asked 1
existing card: 750#1
Initializing Miner 10.0.0.2:8325 Number of Cards = 1 Timeout = 10
Connected to 10.0.0.2:8325...
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 7422
17.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 7422 | Diff = 30 0-bits | 00:00:12
19.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 7422 | Diff = 30 0-bits | 00:00:23
20.7 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 7422 | Diff = 30 0-bits | 00:00:34
20.5 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 7422 | Diff = 30 0-bits | 00:00:46
20.8 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 7422 | Diff = 30 0-bits | 00:00:57
21.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 7422 | Diff = 30 0-bits | 00:01:08
21.2 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 7422 | Diff = 30 0-bits | 00:01:19

                GeForce GTX 750 Ti (1)

******* BLOCK with 30 Leading Zero Bits FOUND *******

                Preparing for Block Submission...

Submitting Block...
[MASTER] Block Accepted By Coinshield Network.
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 7423
20.7 MH/s | 1 Blks ACC=1 REJ=0 | Height = 7423 | Diff = 30 0-bits | 00:01:31

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October 31, 2014, 08:33:02 PM
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Linux makefiles with some output enhancements for djm34's miner (v0.2):

https://www.dropbox.com/s/rjagl880gjqboh6/skminer.v02.tar.gz?dl=0

tar -xvf skminer.v02.tar.gz

cd skminer

./autogen.sh

./configure

make



Don't forget to change the NVCC options in the Makefile to match your GPU's compute capability:
-gencode=arch=compute_xx,code=\"sm_xx,compute_xx\"

For example, compile with the options below for execution on a GTX 750 GPU
-gencode=arch=compute_50,code=\"sm_50,compute_50\"

Please see the following link for help:
https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus

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October 31, 2014, 10:04:29 PM
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dammit... remove the line I told you to add
and replace any occurance of uint64_t in sk1024.cu by unsigned long long (I must be missing something... this shouldn't be necessary)
after doing this operation on all these files:
Algo/sk1024.cu
Algo/sk1024_keccak.cu
hash/MinerThread.cpp
miner2.h

it did finally build and it (slowly) runs:
Code:
       ***** skMiner for nVidia GPUs by djm34  *****
                     This is version v0.2
        based on ccMiner by Christian Buchner and Christian H. 2014 ***
                   and on primeminer by Videlicet
         Copyright 2014 djm34
          BTC donation address: 1NENYmxwZGHsKFmyjTc5WferTn5VTFb7Ze
                           CSD: 2S2pCpRXyb8Lpre52U3Xjq2MguSdaea5YGjVTsJqgZBfL2S24ag
Initializing Miner 127.0.0.1:9325 Number of Cards = 1 Timeout = 10
Connected to 127.0.0.1:9325...
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35227
2.6 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35227 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:11
[MASTER] Coinshield Network: New Block 35228
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:22
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:33
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:45
2.9 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:00:56
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:07
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:18
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:29
3.0 MH/s | 0 Blks ACC=0 REJ=0 | Height = 35228 | Diff = 37 0-bits | 00:01:40
i'll tell if it'll find any blocks in the next days...
thank you again for your hints Smiley
what card are you using ? 3MH/s is very bad... (compute_30 ?)
yes, gtx660-oem with 1152 cuda cores
any other tweaking hint is welcome Smiley
try to overclock a bit you should get at least 4MH/s, if you have enough memory, you can try to increase the throughput also.
overclocking is not an option since it makes the card unstable and not worth the additional max. 400 khs it brings...
regarding the throughput, i can even double it but then i get just 2 Mhs and increasing/decreasing it by small steps doesn't make a significative difference (got just +100 khs with throughput = 512*1 * 512*1...
beside that it's four times more cpu intensive than ccminer, so it's actually slowing down the primeminer...
sorry, but i don't think it's worth waiting to see if any blocks gets mined, i'll go back to multipools for now.

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November 01, 2014, 01:18:36 AM
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Hello,

I intend to mine with GPU but, could you please share how many coins I can dig a day with 4 AMD card 208x or 4 AMD card 290 or 4 card nvidia 780
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November 01, 2014, 02:16:52 AM
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skunk,

I'll work on a fix for this when I build the GPU Pool Miner. GPU Pools are coming after Core 1.0.2 Update which is coming after CPU Pools Launch. Currently finishing up CPU pool backend to get it ready for Beta Testing [it will be a Live pool, that I will be working on until I am satisfied everything is correct]. Will then build UI, open the source code, and start working on Core 1.0.2. This will be a mandatory update [Block Version 3 with Time-Lock], and should bring a lot smoother difficulty adjustments Smiley It will also include a Debug LLP so I can monitor specific Debug Outputs remotely, and ensure that everything "under the hood" continues to run smoothly.

Depending on how efficiently the Pool runs, and the necessity, I can add a synchronization protocol to keep a pool server cluster mining for the same pool. Might consider releasing a third code base too, as a joint CPU / GPU pool for Coinshield. We'll see, my TODO list keeps getting longer  Tongue

Thank You,
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November 01, 2014, 06:14:45 AM
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@ djm34
 
Stupid question for you. This miner doesn't allow us to solo mine from one computer to the other, does it?

Was just curious because the skminer allows that.

which one ? (it should in principle as it uses the same code)

From post 1,445: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=657601.msg9287828#msg9287828

When I try your new one I get this "The procedure entry point clRelease could not be located in the dynamic link library OpenCl.dll"

EDIT: When I run it on the rig with the wallet, it starts but closes after a few seconds. Tried to add pause but no message comes up. It just sits there.
not sure what to see on post 1445.
which opencl version is there on your computer ? may-be a problem with the version you are using...

Sorry, I thought you meant what miner I was using to solo mine. That is what that post was for.

I'll try and update the opencl and see if that helps (I have no idea what version I am on).
that was my question and still is (however I assume it is the amd one), because there is no link to any amd miner on that post.
The amd miner was released later on.
However all the miners (amd/prime/nvidia) use the same logic to connect to the wallet. So if it works for one, it should work for the others.

Re-downloaded the miner from the cuda thread and all is working fine now.

Solo mining from Rig 1 to Rig 2 with no problems. Will send more coins to you after I find some more blocks.

Thanks


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November 01, 2014, 10:25:38 AM
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@ djm34
 
Stupid question for you. This miner doesn't allow us to solo mine from one computer to the other, does it?

Was just curious because the skminer allows that.

which one ? (it should in principle as it uses the same code)

From post 1,445: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=657601.msg9287828#msg9287828

When I try your new one I get this "The procedure entry point clRelease could not be located in the dynamic link library OpenCl.dll"

EDIT: When I run it on the rig with the wallet, it starts but closes after a few seconds. Tried to add pause but no message comes up. It just sits there.
not sure what to see on post 1445.
which opencl version is there on your computer ? may-be a problem with the version you are using...

Sorry, I thought you meant what miner I was using to solo mine. That is what that post was for.

I'll try and update the opencl and see if that helps (I have no idea what version I am on).
that was my question and still is (however I assume it is the amd one), because there is no link to any amd miner on that post.
The amd miner was released later on.
However all the miners (amd/prime/nvidia) use the same logic to connect to the wallet. So if it works for one, it should work for the others.

Re-downloaded the miner from the cuda thread and all is working fine now.

Solo mining from Rig 1 to Rig 2 with no problems. Will send more coins to you after I find some more blocks.

Thanks


still don't understand what was your opencl lib error, because the miner for nvidia doesn't use opencl

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November 01, 2014, 11:19:38 AM
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I'll work on a fix for this when I build the GPU Pool Miner. GPU Pools are coming after Core 1.0.2 Update which is coming after CPU Pools Launch. Currently finishing up CPU pool backend to get it ready for Beta Testing [it will be a Live pool, that I will be working on until I am satisfied everything is correct]. Will then build UI, open the source code, and start working on Core 1.0.2. This will be a mandatory update [Block Version 3 with Time-Lock], and should bring a lot smoother difficulty adjustments Smiley It will also include a Debug LLP so I can monitor specific Debug Outputs remotely, and ensure that everything "under the hood" continues to run smoothly.

Depending on how efficiently the Pool runs, and the necessity, I can add a synchronization protocol to keep a pool server cluster mining for the same pool. Might consider releasing a third code base too, as a joint CPU / GPU pool for Coinshield. We'll see, my TODO list keeps getting longer  Tongue

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thank you for the update viz, pools are a good news if this coin gets more popular, but still won't make my card's 3 Mhs worth the fuss...
i was thinking about getting a 750ti (less power/noise with slightly better hashing rates) since i thought the price would drop with the introduction of the 900 series, but it didn't yet...

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November 01, 2014, 12:38:06 PM
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skunk,

I'll work on a fix for this when I build the GPU Pool Miner. GPU Pools are coming after Core 1.0.2 Update which is coming after CPU Pools Launch. Currently finishing up CPU pool backend to get it ready for Beta Testing [it will be a Live pool, that I will be working on until I am satisfied everything is correct]. Will then build UI, open the source code, and start working on Core 1.0.2. This will be a mandatory update [Block Version 3 with Time-Lock], and should bring a lot smoother difficulty adjustments Smiley It will also include a Debug LLP so I can monitor specific Debug Outputs remotely, and ensure that everything "under the hood" continues to run smoothly.

Depending on how efficiently the Pool runs, and the necessity, I can add a synchronization protocol to keep a pool server cluster mining for the same pool. Might consider releasing a third code base too, as a joint CPU / GPU pool for Coinshield. We'll see, my TODO list keeps getting longer  Tongue

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thank you for the update viz, pools are a good news if this coin gets more popular, but still won't make my card's 3 Mhs worth the fuss...
i was thinking about getting a 750ti (less power/noise with slightly better hashing rates) since i thought the price would drop with the introduction of the 900 series, but it didn't yet...
~100 euros, I don't see how it could get lower (might find a deal with miners selling out though, if they are as smart as for selling coins, you might found some at 10 euros  Grin)

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November 01, 2014, 01:12:14 PM
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~100 euros, I don't see how it could get lower (might find a deal with miners selling out though, if they are as smart as for selling coins, you might found some at 10 euros  Grin)
the cheaper 750ti i could find in spain sells at 128 euros and the palit stormx dual that i was watching still sells at 145 euros...
however it's not the card price my main concern but mining profitability itself, coinshield might be the last coin worth mining since multipools are almost not worth electricity costs and new coins are not worth my time.
time has passed since the great jackpotcoin ride which raised my hobbyist interest into cryptocurrency and even if a 750ti is a small investment, it's still an investment that needs to prove to be worth since i'm not even a gamer.

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November 01, 2014, 01:45:06 PM
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~100 euros, I don't see how it could get lower (might find a deal with miners selling out though, if they are as smart as for selling coins, you might found some at 10 euros  Grin)
the cheaper 750ti i could find in spain sells at 128 euros and the palit stormx dual that i was watching still sells at 145 euros...
however it's not the card price my main concern but mining profitability itself, coinshield might be the last coin worth mining since multipools are almost not worth electricity costs and new coins are not worth my time.
time has passed since the great jackpotcoin ride which raised my hobbyist interest into cryptocurrency and even if a 750ti is a small investment, it's still an investment that needs to prove to be worth since i'm not even a gamer.
no matter what go for the cheaper, they are all equal (and they don't need fancy fans and you can do oc yourself)
and if you are a gamer, buy a 970 or a 980 might not make ROI but at least you will have fun (which is priceless)

by the way when does start the coin recycling stuff ?
(because actually that's may-be the only thing which could attract attention...)

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November 01, 2014, 02:08:42 PM
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still don't understand what was your opencl lib error, because the miner for nvidia doesn't use opencl

I am not the sharpest tool in the shed so I might have been doing or trying something I should not have.

I'll place the blame on myself.

If you are going to leave your BTC on an exchange please send it to this address instead 1GH3ub3UUHbU5qDJW5u3E9jZ96ZEmzaXtG, I will at least use the money better than someone who steals it from the exchange. Thanks Wink
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November 01, 2014, 04:45:34 PM
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still don't understand what was your opencl lib error, because the miner for nvidia doesn't use opencl

I am not the sharpest tool in the shed so I might have been doing or trying something I should not have.

I'll place the blame on myself.
no problem... what happens in the shed stays in the shed  Grin

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