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February 27, 2017, 10:16:52 AM
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Ok, and you please fix your intensity value, or at least the throughput value. Without that your data is excluded from averages

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February 27, 2017, 02:39:51 PM
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Yes, I will fix it later.

Is it possible to extract the current TDP setting of the card?

Would be interesting..
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February 27, 2017, 04:35:36 PM
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Yes, I will fix it later.

Is it possible to extract the current TDP setting of the card?

Would be interesting..


With nvidia smi you have a few queries that help with that

nvidia-smi.exe --query-gpu=index,timestamp,power.draw,clocks.sm,clocks.mem,clocks.gr --format=csv -l 1

this one show you an output like this

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index, timestamp, power.draw [W], clocks.current.sm [MHz], clocks.current.memory [MHz], clocks.current.graphics [MHz]
0, 2017/02/27 17:18:05.101, 91.43 W, 90 MHz, 3299 MHz, 90 MHz
1, 2017/02/27 17:18:05.103, 113.66 W, 116 MHz, 3299 MHz, 116 MHz
2, 2017/02/27 17:18:05.108, 108.22 W, 52 MHz, 3299 MHz, 52 MHz
3, 2017/02/27 17:18:05.111, 112.54 W, 103 MHz, 3299 MHz, 103 MHz
4, 2017/02/27 17:18:05.117, 111.85 W, 116 MHz, 3299 MHz, 116 MHz
5, 2017/02/27 17:18:05.121, 113.02 W, 90 MHz, 3299 MHz, 90 MHz
0, 2017/02/27 17:18:06.125, 106.84 W, 65 MHz, 3299 MHz, 65 MHz
1, 2017/02/27 17:18:06.127, 107.54 W, 90 MHz, 3299 MHz, 90 MHz
2, 2017/02/27 17:18:06.130, 110.24 W, 65 MHz, 3299 MHz, 65 MHz
3, 2017/02/27 17:18:06.132, 113.33 W, 103 MHz, 3299 MHz, 103 MHz
4, 2017/02/27 17:18:06.135, 111.65 W, 116 MHz, 3299 MHz, 116 MHz

You can also calculate the current % of TDP for your card design with

./nvidia-smi -i 0 -q |grep -i power (where -i is your card ID)

it will give you as output

Code:
   Power Readings
        Power Management            : Supported
        Power Draw                  : 113.72 W
        Power Limit                 : 111.00 W
        Default Power Limit         : 185.00 W
        Enforced Power Limit        : 111.00 W
        Min Power Limit             : 92.50 W
        Max Power Limit             : 208.00 W

where you can see the power draw (actual) the power limit (your current tdp setting) the default power limit (the TDP @ 100%) the enforced power limit (where you set your TDP) , the minimal & maximal power limit (the 50% TDP and 112% TDP)

you can also format the output for easier parsing like so

Code:
nvidia-smi --query-gpu=index,power.draw.power.limit --format=csv

you can basically ask anything that nvidia smi show you using nvidia-smi --help-query-gpu to know the syntax like so.

Code:
nvidia-smi --query-gpu=index,power.draw,power.default_limit,enforced.power.limit,power.min_limit,power.max_limit --format=csv

will give you this output

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index, power.draw [W], power.default_limit [W], enforced.power.limit [W], power.min_limit [W], power.max_limit [W]
0, 112.70 W, 185.00 W, 111.00 W, 92.50 W, 208.00 W
1, 112.29 W, 185.00 W, 111.00 W, 92.50 W, 208.00 W
2, 114.00 W, 185.00 W, 111.00 W, 92.50 W, 208.00 W
3, 113.86 W, 185.00 W, 111.00 W, 92.50 W, 208.00 W
4, 108.60 W, 185.00 W, 111.00 W, 92.50 W, 208.00 W
5, 113.22 W, 185.00 W, 111.00 W, 92.50 W, 208.00 W

This is what i use to calculate maximum profit/tdp, and also i use it as a power monitoring (always useful to monitor process, hashrate, power)

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February 28, 2017, 12:55:59 PM
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I use this when I'm testing stuff, which is very similar to m1n1ngP4d4w4n's:

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echo off
:loop
cls
nvidia-smi --query-gpu=index,power.draw,enforced.power.limit,power.default_limit --format=csv
pathping 127.0.0.1 -n -q 1 -p 500 >nul
goto loop

which keeps looping something like this:

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index, power.draw [W], enforced.power.limit [W], power.default_limit [W]
0, 163.68 W, 162.00 W, 180.00 W
1, 161.54 W, 162.00 W, 180.00 W
2, 163.15 W, 162.00 W, 180.00 W
3, 163.11 W, 162.00 W, 180.00 W
4, 163.90 W, 162.00 W, 180.00 W
5, 161.90 W, 162.00 W, 180.00 W



But do note that some cards (most 750 Ti) and some models doesn't use the correct power limit so the figures are wrong.

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February 28, 2017, 07:59:46 PM
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i think the 750ti is only monitoring the gpu chip power, not the full card one.. (like the RX480)

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March 01, 2017, 03:28:13 AM
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i think the 750ti is only monitoring the gpu chip power, not the full card one.. (like the RX480)

I think it's more about that smi only gets the power usage in a percentage format from the cards and calculates that using the default TDP (and modifiers) from the card's BIOS and most 750 Ti's BIOS' says the card can only use 38 or 46 watts depending on the model while all of them can pull 60 watts stock. So 50% usage on a 750 Ti will show as 19.25/38 or 23/46 watts watts instead of 30 watts. Some overclocked non-750 Ti models also have this issue but it's rare.

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March 02, 2017, 10:05:40 AM
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I saw the Zcoin pool up for awhile, is it going to come back on yiimp?

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March 02, 2017, 10:46:39 AM
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nope, my machine are lacking the AI to auto fix their wallet code

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March 04, 2017, 09:14:13 PM
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SHA256T (triple)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1801129.0

Any plans on integrating it into ccminer?

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March 05, 2017, 01:01:16 AM
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I see they could not come up with a name that was not used before.

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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March 05, 2017, 01:08:24 AM
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This is a cryptocurrency (social) experiment with a brave controversial name inspired by the miracle of open source cryptocurrencies, annoying ponzi scammers, a big dose of curiosity about what will happen next and a wish to just confuse people a bit.

There is NO bussines plan, no roadmap, no hidden plan.

lol, yes indeed, should be the third "one coin"

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lol, yes indeed, should the third "one coin"

Tripple sha256! Such innovation Wink
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March 05, 2017, 01:13:44 AM
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i think i made my quota of small coins this month on yiimp... i will pass on this one..

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lol, yes indeed, should the third "one coin"

Or just "ThreeCoin" Cheesy

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March 06, 2017, 04:21:59 PM
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How about a Spreadcoin pool on Yiimp?

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March 08, 2017, 08:07:48 AM
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Hi, Epsylon3, did you removed some coins from yiimp ? i don't see DGB-Skein being listed anymore ? (miner doesn't work anymore either), wallet still does.

thanks.

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March 08, 2017, 08:27:38 AM
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wallet crashed yesterday

sorry im a bit busy on ccminer 2.0 release

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March 08, 2017, 08:28:11 AM
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wallet crash yesterday

Oh i see, i didn't knew, thanks for the info, when it's come back up you will relist them then ?

Thats fine man, keep up the good work, eager to see this ccminer 2.0  Wink

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March 08, 2017, 09:09:11 AM
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the changes in 2.0 look great, i dont really own any nvidia cards anymore, but keep up the good work!

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March 08, 2017, 09:21:45 AM
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the changes in 2.0 look great, i dont really own any nvidia cards anymore, but keep up the good work!

Nice it's actually already been released, gonna test it !

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