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October 26, 2014, 03:31:21 PM
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are you gonna release these kernels any time soon?
one thing i like in neoscrypt miner, they keep all in github as they make any changes
you can allways have the latest and fastest version
they are not holding things in secret..
lot of people the way claymore makes it..

The full kernel? No. Might I leak a few optimizations? Maybe. And I could probably do some work on neoscrypt, too; just hasn't looked profitable.

my days mining x11 are over, just no profit there, even if i had my 4.4mhs -->6.2mhs
so i dont really care about the kernels myself.

about neo, coins are moving to it one by one, FTC going on friday

They would really use some help with kernel, there is some problem with radeon cards older than hd7000 series.
kernels is not vectorised so cards like 6000 series  have extreme poor hashrate for now.

Hm... at first glance, the code looks decent, which is quite surprising - I see a couple things that may be kinda stupid, but on the whole, not terrible.

i have read about u wolf0 on other threads so tread lightly here

What have you read? I'm curious.  Cheesy

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Oh, okay. Got 6.6 - 6.7 on 280X; 290X is at 9.3MH/s. Shooting for 10MH/s on 290X.

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October 27, 2014, 02:03:11 AM
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are you gonna release these kernels any time soon?
one thing i like in neoscrypt miner, they keep all in github as they make any changes
you can allways have the latest and fastest version
they are not holding things in secret..
lot of people the way claymore makes it..

The full kernel? No. Might I leak a few optimizations? Maybe. And I could probably do some work on neoscrypt, too; just hasn't looked profitable.

my days mining x11 are over, just no profit there, even if i had my 4.4mhs -->6.2mhs
so i dont really care about the kernels myself.

about neo, coins are moving to it one by one, FTC going on friday

They would really use some help with kernel, there is some problem with radeon cards older than hd7000 series.
kernels is not vectorised so cards like 6000 series  have extreme poor hashrate for now.

Hm... at first glance, the code looks decent, which is quite surprising - I see a couple things that may be kinda stupid, but on the whole, not terrible.

i have read about u wolf0 on other threads so tread lightly here

What have you read? I'm curious.  Cheesy

Sorry was not you, another wolf ...

Oh, okay. Got 6.6 - 6.7 on 280X; 290X is at 9.3MH/s. Shooting for 10MH/s on 290X.
I read a lot of news that you got very high hash rate.Glad if you would share some settings for us,otw it's just show that you are selfie
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October 27, 2014, 02:19:53 AM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

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October 27, 2014, 03:21:45 AM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

Don't know, but I know the whole thing does 990W or so at the wall doing these high performance numbers. 115W at idle.

Best hash per watt I've gotten over the whole rig, 270X, 280X, 290X, and 7950, is 22.13MH/s for 610W.

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October 27, 2014, 10:18:34 AM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

Don't know, but I know the whole thing does 990W or so at the wall doing these high performance numbers. 115W at idle.

Best hash per watt I've gotten over the whole rig, 270X, 280X, 290X, and 7950, is 22.13MH/s for 610W.

Nice, mine sharing the best hash/per watt kernal Tongue
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October 27, 2014, 08:38:09 PM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

Don't know, but I know the whole thing does 990W or so at the wall doing these high performance numbers. 115W at idle.

Best hash per watt I've gotten over the whole rig, 270X, 280X, 290X, and 7950, is 22.13MH/s for 610W.

Nice, mine sharing the best hash/per watt kernal Tongue

They're all the same kernel - max hashrate is usually also maximally efficient.

EDIT: Not that I'm near max hashrate - I'd need to edit SGMiner to make this really fly, and it's messy code, so I'm working within its brokenness.

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October 29, 2014, 04:05:01 AM
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Whats the X15 hashrate for Sapphire Tahiti AMD7970 and AMD7950?
Also post if you know about X17 hashrates for the same GPUs.
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October 29, 2014, 04:24:45 AM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

Don't know, but I know the whole thing does 990W or so at the wall doing these high performance numbers. 115W at idle.

Best hash per watt I've gotten over the whole rig, 270X, 280X, 290X, and 7950, is 22.13MH/s for 610W.

I had a rig of 6 x 290x Sapphire, over volted, over clocked, running FTC (Scrypt), it was hot, noisy and sucked enough power to run a small village...

The good old days hey, it's like we all drove around in GT's from the 60s and now we are all driving around eco friendly Nissan Micra's...

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October 29, 2014, 04:27:17 AM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

Don't know, but I know the whole thing does 990W or so at the wall doing these high performance numbers. 115W at idle.

Best hash per watt I've gotten over the whole rig, 270X, 280X, 290X, and 7950, is 22.13MH/s for 610W.

Just sold the last of my farm, it's being shipped early next week.

Now, I'm having "The Final Hash"...  I am getting an oil painting made, it will be remembered for years to come...

Stock Voltages, Stock Clocks, Max Intensity, Windows Down, System Up, one last final weekend of hashing like nobody's watching...  Grin

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October 29, 2014, 04:55:00 AM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

Don't know, but I know the whole thing does 990W or so at the wall doing these high performance numbers. 115W at idle.

Best hash per watt I've gotten over the whole rig, 270X, 280X, 290X, and 7950, is 22.13MH/s for 610W.

Just sold the last of my farm, it's being shipped early next week.

Now, I'm having "The Final Hash"...  I am getting an oil painting made, it will be remembered for years to come...

Stock Voltages, Stock Clocks, Max Intensity, Windows Down, System Up, one last final weekend of hashing like nobody's watching...

I may keep a card, if this all ends someday. Just to remember.

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October 29, 2014, 05:54:07 AM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

Don't know, but I know the whole thing does 990W or so at the wall doing these high performance numbers. 115W at idle.

Best hash per watt I've gotten over the whole rig, 270X, 280X, 290X, and 7950, is 22.13MH/s for 610W.

Just sold the last of my farm, it's being shipped early next week.

Now, I'm having "The Final Hash"...  I am getting an oil painting made, it will be remembered for years to come...

Stock Voltages, Stock Clocks, Max Intensity, Windows Down, System Up, one last final weekend of hashing like nobody's watching...

I may keep a card, if this all ends someday. Just to remember.

To think, I had 180 GPU's and not 1 game was played  Wink  That's retarded...

I'm keeping 3 of these for the memories:


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October 29, 2014, 06:12:26 AM
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What's the power draw on that 290x badboy?

Don't know, but I know the whole thing does 990W or so at the wall doing these high performance numbers. 115W at idle.

Best hash per watt I've gotten over the whole rig, 270X, 280X, 290X, and 7950, is 22.13MH/s for 610W.

Just sold the last of my farm, it's being shipped early next week.

Now, I'm having "The Final Hash"...  I am getting an oil painting made, it will be remembered for years to come...

Stock Voltages, Stock Clocks, Max Intensity, Windows Down, System Up, one last final weekend of hashing like nobody's watching...

I may keep a card, if this all ends someday. Just to remember.

To think, I had 180 GPU's and not 1 game was played  Wink  That's retarded...

I'm keeping 3 of these for the memories:



Yeah, I hear those are excellent cards.

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October 31, 2014, 01:05:40 PM
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Finally finished fixing x13 and x15. I still need to work on the four extra hash functions, but it mines faster, and more importantly, mines correctly.

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November 02, 2014, 09:51:33 AM
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Finally finished fixing x13 and x15. I still need to work on the four extra hash functions, but it mines faster, and more importantly, mines correctly.


Why dont you release your optimizations, especially the x11 ones, as closed-source miner with fee, or as an open source miner with donation option?



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November 02, 2014, 10:21:11 AM
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Finally finished fixing x13 and x15. I still need to work on the four extra hash functions, but it mines faster, and more importantly, mines correctly.


Why dont you release your optimizations, especially the x11 ones, as closed-source miner with fee, or as an open source miner with donation option?

I've been asked the former before. The latter is a really stupid question - 99% of miners don't donate.

Closed source miners with fees have been reverse engineered before; I simply cannot afford that.

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November 02, 2014, 11:38:02 AM
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Finally finished fixing x13 and x15. I still need to work on the four extra hash functions, but it mines faster, and more importantly, mines correctly.


Why dont you release your optimizations, especially the x11 ones, as closed-source miner with fee, or as an open source miner with donation option?

I've been asked the former before. The latter is a really stupid question - 99% of miners don't donate.

Closed source miners with fees have been reverse engineered before; I simply cannot afford that.

Thats a sad thing to hear about donations, I always kept donation on (as long as the percentage was reasonable).

Anyway, a closed-source miner with fee, is bound to pay for it-self many times before it gets reverce engineered.

Of course if you have a really big GPU farm it may serve you right to keep the mining advantage for yourself.



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November 02, 2014, 02:36:28 PM
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Finally finished fixing x13 and x15. I still need to work on the four extra hash functions, but it mines faster, and more importantly, mines correctly.


Why dont you release your optimizations, especially the x11 ones, as closed-source miner with fee, or as an open source miner with donation option?

I've been asked the former before. The latter is a really stupid question - 99% of miners don't donate.

Closed source miners with fees have been reverse engineered before; I simply cannot afford that.

Thats a sad thing to hear about donations, I always kept donation on (as long as the percentage was reasonable).

Anyway, a closed-source miner with fee, is bound to pay for it-self many times before it gets reverce engineered.

Of course if you have a really big GPU farm it may serve you right to keep the mining advantage for yourself.


Or if you know someone with one.

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November 24, 2014, 12:52:17 PM
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14.9 is both awesome, and it sucks. It's awesome because in some ways, the compiler has gotten smarter - it sucks because in other ways, it's gotten dumber...

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December 16, 2014, 07:49:20 PM
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Hi, does any 1 have optimized *.bin file for an HD6950, with i can go higher then 2Mh/s?
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December 16, 2014, 07:51:07 PM
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Hi, does any 1 have optimized *.bin file for an HD6950, with i can go higher then 2Mh/s?
Pls Wink

Sure, when I get a 6950 or 6970 from someone Tongue

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