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December 31, 2014, 03:02:12 AM
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wtb 0,6 btc @ 200 sat
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December 31, 2014, 04:46:22 AM
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wtb 0,6 btc @ 200 sat

You should put a buy order here: https://coin-swap.net/market/CSD/BTC

Prices will increase as we continue to grow. It is still cheap.  Smiley

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December 31, 2014, 09:44:59 AM
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Hi,
I just found out something about the performance of the SKMiner for AMD GPUs, and I would like to share it, maybe others can also benefit from it.
Yesterday I've tried to install the latest AMD driver (14.12) on my Windows 10 machine that has a single ADM 7950 card mining CoinShield with SKMiner.
The result was a drastic drop in the mining speed from about 35MHash/s to 25MHash/s. I saw similar problems when I played with different driver versions but I didn't realized then what exactly made the difference. I read somewhere that  different versions of the OpenCL related dlls may play a role in performance of some miners so I backed up all the DLLs that I know to be related to OpenCL before the driver update. Then, after I saw the sudden drop in the performance I've tried to see if using the older DLLs will affect the performance of the miner, and indeed just putting the amdocl64.dll file in the same folder with the miner restored the original 35Mhash/s mining speed I had before. Maybe this difference in the performance is related to my specific GPU or OS but it worth a try, so I'm sharing the DLL mentioned above:
https://mega.co.nz/#!6c1zTarR!qzIYqEMj-LclQUO-Ykv59Mc1w64nPOZEVbHkbBavBQU
This amdocl64.dll can be found also in the official 14.9 driver. (after extraction the path should be similar to C:\AMD\AMD-Catalyst-14-9-win7-win8.1-64Bit-dd-ccc-whql\Packages\Drivers\Display\WB6A_INF\B176041\amdocl64.dll - DLL version: 10.0.1573.4)

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December 31, 2014, 10:15:14 AM
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Hi,
I just found out something about the performance of the SKMiner for AMD GPUs, and I would like to share it, maybe others can also benefit from it.
Yesterday I've tried to install the latest AMD driver (14.12) on my Windows 10 machine that has a single ADM 7950 card mining CoinShield with SKMiner.
The result was a drastic drop in the mining speed from about 35MHash/s to 25MHash/s. I saw similar problems when I played with different driver versions but I didn't realized then what exactly made the difference. I read somewhere that  different versions of the OpenCL related dlls may play a role in performance of some miners so I backed up all the DLLs that I know to be related to OpenCL before the driver update. Then, after I saw the sudden drop in the performance I've tried to see if using the older DLLs will affect the performance of the miner, and indeed just putting the amdocl64.dll file in the same folder with the miner restored the original 35Mhash/s mining speed I had before. Maybe this difference in the performance is related to my specific GPU or OS but it worth a try, so I'm sharing the DLL mentioned above:
https://mega.co.nz/#!6c1zTarR!qzIYqEMj-LclQUO-Ykv59Mc1w64nPOZEVbHkbBavBQU
This amdocl64.dll can be found also in the official 14.9 driver. (after extraction the path should be similar to C:\AMD\AMD-Catalyst-14-9-win7-win8.1-64Bit-dd-ccc-whql\Packages\Drivers\Display\WB6A_INF\B176041\amdocl64.dll - DLL version: 10.0.1573.4)

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Sweet, that done the trick.  2x R9280X gone from 55mh to 80mh+.  Thanks so much for sharing your findings.....will send u a few blocks.

Are any devs working on optimizing the miners any further, both Nvidia & AMD?

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December 31, 2014, 11:44:42 AM
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wtb 0,6 btc @ 200 sat

Difficulty is rising, u need to quadruple your 200 sat offer.
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December 31, 2014, 12:20:35 PM
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I could sell some CSDs at 2000sat, If someone wants PM me
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December 31, 2014, 01:14:15 PM
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Hi,
I just found out something about the performance of the SKMiner for AMD GPUs, and I would like to share it, maybe others can also benefit from it.
Yesterday I've tried to install the latest AMD driver (14.12) on my Windows 10 machine that has a single ADM 7950 card mining CoinShield with SKMiner.
The result was a drastic drop in the mining speed from about 35MHash/s to 25MHash/s. I saw similar problems when I played with different driver versions but I didn't realized then what exactly made the difference. I read somewhere that  different versions of the OpenCL related dlls may play a role in performance of some miners so I backed up all the DLLs that I know to be related to OpenCL before the driver update. Then, after I saw the sudden drop in the performance I've tried to see if using the older DLLs will affect the performance of the miner, and indeed just putting the amdocl64.dll file in the same folder with the miner restored the original 35Mhash/s mining speed I had before. Maybe this difference in the performance is related to my specific GPU or OS but it worth a try, so I'm sharing the DLL mentioned above:
https://mega.co.nz/#!6c1zTarR!qzIYqEMj-LclQUO-Ykv59Mc1w64nPOZEVbHkbBavBQU
This amdocl64.dll can be found also in the official 14.9 driver. (after extraction the path should be similar to C:\AMD\AMD-Catalyst-14-9-win7-win8.1-64Bit-dd-ccc-whql\Packages\Drivers\Display\WB6A_INF\B176041\amdocl64.dll - DLL version: 10.0.1573.4)

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Sweet, that done the trick.  2x R9280X gone from 55mh to 80mh+.  Thanks so much for sharing your findings.....will send u a few blocks.

Are any devs working on optimizing the miners any further, both Nvidia & AMD?



Nice, I'll try that out.

After lowering my clocks a bit I'm stable at 12 MH for each 270. Not bad but far from good though..

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December 31, 2014, 02:19:42 PM
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I found the miner.conf file and made a few changes, been stable for a good few hours now.  The changes I made were to lower the intensity of the GPU that has the monitor plugged in to it and to also set the target temp lower.

Tried different threads, worksizes & look up gaps but it made no real difference to hash rate.
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December 31, 2014, 04:08:19 PM
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I found the miner.conf file and made a few changes, been stable for a good few hours now.  The changes I made were to lower the intensity of the GPU that has the monitor plugged in to it and to also set the target temp lower.

Tried different threads, worksizes & look up gaps but it made no real difference to hash rate.

Playing with the clocks showed some results for me stability wise.

Algo doesn't behave like pure Skein or Keccak so that makes it a bit of a guessing game.

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December 31, 2014, 05:10:56 PM
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Updates to Pool Miner posted to my Github.
Will increase blocks found for pool.

Thank You,
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December 31, 2014, 09:10:48 PM
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Updates to Pool Miner posted to my Github.
Will increase blocks found for pool.

Thank You,
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Still no pool for GPU miners?

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December 31, 2014, 09:18:28 PM
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I can set up a Pool if someone can point me to the source

suprnova pools - reliable mining pools - #suprnova on freenet
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January 01, 2015, 12:15:36 AM
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I can set up a Pool if someone can point me to the source

Also a miner that supports the cgminer API so I can run it from cgwatcher..?? Cheesy

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January 01, 2015, 05:56:38 PM
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Updates to Pool Miner posted to my Github.
Will increase blocks found for pool.

Thank You,
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Windows Binary x86
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January 02, 2015, 06:38:09 PM
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Updates to Pool Miner posted to my Github.
Will increase blocks found for pool.

Thank You,
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He will post when those are complied...later this weekend most likely.

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January 02, 2015, 06:41:11 PM
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Updates to Pool Miner posted to my Github.
Will increase blocks found for pool.

Thank You,
Viz.

Still no pool for GPU miners?
Viz will have this done once he finishes the CPU pool frontend.

I can set up a Pool if someone can point me to the source
The source for the pools has not been released. Viz is working on the front end.


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January 02, 2015, 09:55:03 PM
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Updates to Pool Miner posted to my Github.
Will increase blocks found for pool.

Thank You,
Viz.

Still no pool for GPU miners?
Viz will have this done once he finishes the CPU pool frontend.

I can set up a Pool if someone can point me to the source
The source for the pools has not been released. Viz is working on the front end.



Good to know. Hope the block explorer comes soon aswell and we'll see CSD on some bigger exchanges?

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January 02, 2015, 10:09:13 PM
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Updates to Pool Miner posted to my Github.
Will increase blocks found for pool.

Thank You,
Viz.

Still no pool for GPU miners?
Viz will have this done once he finishes the CPU pool frontend.

I can set up a Pool if someone can point me to the source
The source for the pools has not been released. Viz is working on the front end.



Good to know. Hope the block explorer comes soon aswell and we'll see CSD on some bigger exchanges?

Yes, I'm waiting on a reply from bittrex. We may get a sponsor slot. And yes block explorer should be done this month as well. Viz has been coding non stop since we started this thread...Who knew making a coin is so much work? :-)

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January 03, 2015, 03:21:06 AM
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Updates to Pool Miner posted to my Github.
Will increase blocks found for pool.

Thank You,
Viz.

Still no pool for GPU miners?
Viz will have this done once he finishes the CPU pool frontend.

I can set up a Pool if someone can point me to the source
The source for the pools has not been released. Viz is working on the front end.



Good to know. Hope the block explorer comes soon aswell and we'll see CSD on some bigger exchanges?

Yes, I'm waiting on a reply from bittrex. We may get a sponsor slot. And yes block explorer should be done this month as well. Viz has been coding non stop since we started this thread...Who knew making a coin is so much work? :-)

Well if making scams is a lot of work than how much work is it making a non scam.. Wink

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January 03, 2015, 08:49:33 AM
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You need to find another exchange, Coinswap has a lot of heat on it. To risky to deposit money there.
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