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August 11, 2016, 10:06:37 AM
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Actually is a pool issue with yiimp, on my reference 1070 drop in hash is happening on x86 and x64. I have another 1070 that is doing fine on yiimp though with x86 and x64. I think there is a problem with either x64 or x86 on 750ti as well.

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August 11, 2016, 10:08:14 AM
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thanks for the clarification, all right then Smiley
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August 11, 2016, 01:50:25 PM
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thx for the new version mate Smiley

little boost with my new 1070 that I'm testing, the x64 for me i don't see any 0.00 outputs on the miner, with the x32 I did see a couple pop up, only tested the x32 for a short time though
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August 11, 2016, 02:02:32 PM
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else the possible 0.00 logs are not slowing down the things Wink that happened to me also sometimes with 3 cards. I should indeed remove them from logs..

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August 11, 2016, 02:26:42 PM
Last edit: August 11, 2016, 03:51:40 PM by sp_
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I fail to compile your latest version on github on windows. I get this error message:

ccminer-1.8.1-tpruvot\ccminer-1.8.1-tpruvot\ccminer.vcxproj : error  : An item with the same key has already been added.


my fix was to change the target to CUDA 8.0 for the 32bit build. I have both cuda 8 and 7.5 installed on the same computer.

ccminer.vcxproj:

Code:
 <ImportGroup Label="ExtensionTargets" Condition="'$(Platform)'=='Win32'">
    <Import Project="$(VCTargetsPath)\BuildCustomizations\CUDA 8.0.targets" />
  </ImportGroup>
  <ImportGroup Label="ExtensionTargets" Condition="'$(Platform)'=='x64'">
    <Import Project="$(VCTargetsPath)\BuildCustomizations\CUDA 7.5.targets" />
  </ImportGroup>
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August 14, 2016, 07:50:49 PM
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I just started mining LBRY on yiimp.ccminer.org with version 1.8.1 and am also getting like 5% or a little more rejects...is that normal then?

Also, how do payouts work on that pool? Are they auto when you hit a certain amount or is there a manual method? Sorry if this is listed on the site, I couldn't find it.
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August 14, 2016, 08:06:50 PM
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rejected due the payment system when it starts, it's all right.

apart from this, it pays every 3 hours
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August 14, 2016, 09:12:33 PM
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rejected due the payment system when it starts, it's all right.

apart from this, it pays every 3 hours

Ok thanks for letting me know.

Is there a minimum payout amount or does it just autopay anything you've mined that's confirmed since the last payout?
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August 14, 2016, 10:07:55 PM
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just try it
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August 16, 2016, 07:28:48 AM
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Can I use ccminer with 372.54 drivers or should I wait for update/downgrade drivers? (sorry for noob question)

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August 16, 2016, 02:30:33 PM
Last edit: August 16, 2016, 02:44:04 PM by klondike_bar_recovery
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updated to the newest 372 geforce driver and ccminer 1.8.1 for my pair of Strix GTX 1070 cards

went from about 235-245/card to 245-255/card - so there seems to be a slight improvement, about 4% maybe, which could be attributed to a combination of the newer drivers and the alexis update to lbry.
I noticed the batch file also sets the diff at 256 - is that the optimum if i have two cards, or would something like 378 or 512 be better?

also, my understanding of lbry is that the payout rates (or coin generation at least) grow over time for another ~1.5 months, to about 180-200% of the current reward. is this the reason why the value of LBC keeps slipping downwards on poloniex (reward has gone up around 50x in the last month)?
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August 16, 2016, 02:34:15 PM
Last edit: August 16, 2016, 05:42:04 PM by Amph
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updated to the newest 372 geforce driver and ccminer 1.8.1 for my pair of Strix GTX 1070 cards

went from about 235-245/card to 245-255/card - so there seems to be a slight improvement, about 4% maybe, which could be attributed to a combination of the newer drivers and the alexis update to lbry.
I noticed the batch file also sets the diff at 256 - is that the optimum if i have two cards, or would something like 378 or 512 be better?

also, my understanding of lbry is that the payout rates (or coin generation at least) grow over time for another ~2 months. is this the reason why the value of LBC keeps slipping downwards on poloniex?

that is because of his last build, i doubt it's because of the new update from nvidia

yes the reward keep increase until 500, now we are at 250, sto still 1.5 months of dumping
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August 16, 2016, 02:59:59 PM
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updated to the newest 372 geforce driver and ccminer 1.8.1 for my pair of Strix GTX 1070 cards

went from about 235-245/card to 245-255/card - so there seems to be a slight improvement, about 4% maybe, which could be attributed to a combination of the newer drivers and the alexis update to lbry.
I noticed the batch file also sets the diff at 256 - is that the optimum if i have two cards, or would something like 378 or 512 be better?

also, my understanding of lbry is that the payout rates (or coin generation at least) grow over time for another ~2 months. is this the reason why the value of LBC keeps slipping downwards on poloniex?

that is because of hee last build, i doubt it's because of the new update from nvidia

yes the reward keep increase until 500, now we are at 250, sto still 1.5 months of dumping

okay - thats what i thought, and explains why im still making a decent daily profit despite the 70% collapse in lbc price and increasing difficulty over the last 2-3 weeks since i bought my 1070 cards.

so far im quite pleased. the first card i bought 22days ago for $677 CAD has produced about $95 and the second i bought a week after has made me about $65 (after considering power costs). Thats already on par with second-hand "BNIB/LNIB" card pricing, and i hope that in the next 1.5 months i can cost-adjust the cards down to <$450/ea (already a $50-100/card profit if i resold locally at that point)

if lbry profits keep falling another ~20% though it will be about equal to mining lyra2/r2 or at ~40% less, eth/sia merge-mining
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August 16, 2016, 03:43:47 PM
Last edit: August 16, 2016, 04:18:27 PM by klondike_bar_recovery
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updated to the newest 372 geforce driver and ccminer 1.8.1 for my pair of Strix GTX 1070 cards

went from about 235-245/card to 245-255/card - so there seems to be a slight improvement, about 4% maybe, which could be attributed to a combination of the newer drivers and the alexis update to lbry.
I noticed the batch file also sets the diff at 256 - is that the optimum if i have two cards, or would something like 378 or 512 be better?

well i feel dumb - just realised my cards have been running for over a week without gpu-tweak running in the background as i had thought it was. I'm now pushing a lot better hashrates!

card1: 2038core(+231), 0.990v, 8380mem (+779), 65C, 110% power target, 60% fans = 281 MH
card2: 1924core(+209), 0.925v, 8344mem (+752), 69C, 96% power target, 66% fans =   260 MH

seems strange that the temperature is higher on the lower-clocked card. AFAIK these are both the same bottom-tier strix card model

any thoughts on diff - I bumped up to 378 and there isnt really any noticed difference

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August 16, 2016, 05:46:10 PM
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updated to the newest 372 geforce driver and ccminer 1.8.1 for my pair of Strix GTX 1070 cards

went from about 235-245/card to 245-255/card - so there seems to be a slight improvement, about 4% maybe, which could be attributed to a combination of the newer drivers and the alexis update to lbry.
I noticed the batch file also sets the diff at 256 - is that the optimum if i have two cards, or would something like 378 or 512 be better?

also, my understanding of lbry is that the payout rates (or coin generation at least) grow over time for another ~2 months. is this the reason why the value of LBC keeps slipping downwards on poloniex?

that is because of hee last build, i doubt it's because of the new update from nvidia

yes the reward keep increase until 500, now we are at 250, sto still 1.5 months of dumping

okay - thats what i thought, and explains why im still making a decent daily profit despite the 70% collapse in lbc price and increasing difficulty over the last 2-3 weeks since i bought my 1070 cards.

so far im quite pleased. the first card i bought 22days ago for $677 CAD has produced about $95 and the second i bought a week after has made me about $65 (after considering power costs). Thats already on par with second-hand "BNIB/LNIB" card pricing, and i hope that in the next 1.5 months i can cost-adjust the cards down to <$450/ea (already a $50-100/card profit if i resold locally at that point)

if lbry profits keep falling another ~20% though it will be about equal to mining lyra2/r2 or at ~40% less, eth/sia merge-mining

i'm not worried about lbry falling, like i was not worried about eth falling, and like i was not worried back in the good old days, when all the other good coins, fell

you know why? because there is always a new shit coin that will emerge and be more profitable than the last one

just how i like to say, that "the most profitable coin still need to be released", there will be another "lbry in the future...
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August 16, 2016, 05:53:36 PM
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well i feel dumb - just realised my cards have been running for over a week without gpu-tweak running in the background as i had thought it was. I'm now pushing a lot better hashrates!

card1: 2038core(+231), 0.990v, 8380mem (+779), 65C, 110% power target, 60% fans = 281 MH
card2: 1924core(+209), 0.925v, 8344mem (+752), 69C, 96% power target, 66% fans =   260 MH

there is no need to oc memory for lbry, better to downclock it as much as possible (-1000).
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August 16, 2016, 05:57:01 PM
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well i feel dumb - just realised my cards have been running for over a week without gpu-tweak running in the background as i had thought it was. I'm now pushing a lot better hashrates!

card1: 2038core(+231), 0.990v, 8380mem (+779), 65C, 110% power target, 60% fans = 281 MH
card2: 1924core(+209), 0.925v, 8344mem (+752), 69C, 96% power target, 66% fans =   260 MH

there is no need to oc memory for lbry, better to downclock it as much as possible (-1000).

what will be the consumption then? maybe at -1000 it become unstable
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August 16, 2016, 06:03:52 PM
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what will be the consumption then? maybe at -1000 it become unstable
no problem with stability but helps to squeeze some extra gpu core mhz.
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August 16, 2016, 09:24:53 PM
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well i feel dumb - just realised my cards have been running for over a week without gpu-tweak running in the background as i had thought it was. I'm now pushing a lot better hashrates!

card1: 2038core(+231), 0.990v, 8380mem (+779), 65C, 110% power target, 60% fans = 281 MH
card2: 1924core(+209), 0.925v, 8344mem (+752), 69C, 96% power target, 66% fans =   260 MH

there is no need to oc memory for lbry, better to downclock it as much as possible (-1000).

what will be the consumption then? maybe at -1000 it become unstable

My rigs running no-stop with -500 mem for weeks.
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August 17, 2016, 01:42:06 AM
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well i feel dumb - just realised my cards have been running for over a week without gpu-tweak running in the background as i had thought it was. I'm now pushing a lot better hashrates!

card1: 2038core(+231), 0.990v, 8380mem (+779), 65C, 110% power target, 60% fans = 281 MH
card2: 1924core(+209), 0.925v, 8344mem (+752), 69C, 96% power target, 66% fans =   260 MH

there is no need to oc memory for lbry, better to downclock it as much as possible (-1000).

what will be the consumption then? maybe at -1000 it become unstable

My rigs running no-stop with -500 mem for weeks.

you're right about memory - i pushed it way down and there zero effect on hashrate. but also no obvious changes to thermal load or power draw (maybe a few watts, but i cant tell via software)

Ive got the two cards running at about 281MH and 266MH now - 547 MH combined
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