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June 24, 2016, 04:40:55 PM
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i still dont have imported the last djm version... but its on my todo list for the 1.8

are you planning to optimize it for pascal?

I replaced just my 970 with a 1080 and the temp in my room has been night and day difference.

The only thing I hate is the price but oh well.

As Epsylon3 said above maybe down the road the cards can be taking advantage of for mining.

The price/performance may not be ideal yet but there should be much more potential for SW optimizations.
And the power savings alone is worth it unless Maxwell prices drop significantly.

I also wonder about the possible 32 GB barrier. I'm not aware of anyone getting more than 5 980ti's working.
With the 8 GB on the 1080 & 1070 this could be limited to 4. Hopefully this is just a simple driver fix and not something
more fundamental.

there is already one guy on the ethereum forum running 3 x rig with six 1070 each, without problem, so apparently this is not a real issue, or maybe only with windows? he is using linux

On Linux :


So 48 GB seems to be good here too

perhaps is exactly windows the problem...again, what algo is that at 40MH for each 1080? lyra2v2?

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I replaced just my 970 with a 1080 and the temp in my room has been night and day difference.

The only thing I hate is the price but oh well.

As Epsylon3 said above maybe down the road the cards can be taking advantage of for mining.

The price/performance may not be ideal yet but there should be much more potential for SW optimizations.
And the power savings alone is worth it unless Maxwell prices drop significantly.

I also wonder about the possible 32 GB barrier. I'm not aware of anyone getting more than 5 980ti's working.
With the 8 GB on the 1080 & 1070 this could be limited to 4. Hopefully this is just a simple driver fix and not something
more fundamental.

there is already one guy on the ethereum forum running 3 x rig with six 1070 each, without problem, so apparently this is not a real issue, or maybe only with windows? he is using linux

On Linux :


So 48 GB seems to be good here too

perhaps is exactly windows the problem...again, what algo is that at 40MH for each 1080? lyra2v2?

yeah, this is Lyra2v2 with old version and unoptimized setup.
With a current screen, I'm more about 45 MH / 1080

   
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June 25, 2016, 05:20:45 AM
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hi all ...

everything coming along smoothly ...

i will be away for a week or so - and pop in when i can - starting monday ... ill be in the process of setting thefarm - and organizing for it to be connected within the following two weeks ...

this means i will have no internet connectivity for that period of time - and will be doing nothing else but working on thefarm ...

so if there is any contact that is required - please pm or skype me ...

the development is underway for the projects we have - and will continue to do so ...

those who know - understand what is happening with thefarm - and its rebuild ... those who dont - 'watch this space' ...

redevelopment of the miner will be based on ccminer-tpruvot ... which is why im posting here as well ...

a toast to progress ...

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June 25, 2016, 11:05:05 AM
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I replaced just my 970 with a 1080 and the temp in my room has been night and day difference.

The only thing I hate is the price but oh well.

As Epsylon3 said above maybe down the road the cards can be taking advantage of for mining.
antonio What wattage does it draw?  Thx

It's all a question of balance.
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June 25, 2016, 11:21:28 AM
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its similar to a 970 OC, between a 970 and a 980 150~200W

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June 25, 2016, 11:36:10 AM
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Are you going to look into fixing the NeoS bug on Windows on the 1XXX?

DJM is MIA and SP is pretending he doesn't exist.

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June 25, 2016, 11:37:49 AM
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nope, i dont work on "hobby" projects

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nope, i dont work on "hobby" projects

Ah, one of the highest earning algos is a 'hobby project'. I see... ~_~

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June 26, 2016, 12:47:11 AM
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I replaced just my 970 with a 1080 and the temp in my room has been night and day difference.

The only thing I hate is the price but oh well.

As Epsylon3 said above maybe down the road the cards can be taking advantage of for mining.
antonio What wattage does it draw?  Thx

Go with what Epsylon3 posted above.

I don't have a wattage meter. Never used one to  test any rigs.


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Speaking of NeoS performance, someone is talking about improving performance in Windows for memory hard algos with the next WDDM 2.1 update, but will require some tweaking by devs.


Thank you for a well informed and informational post.

Does that mean developers need to tweak some stuff for it to work in W7/8?

Epsolyn does some work on CCminer, he might be interested. SP as well, but he is 'retired'.

Check: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=770064.0

Also not sure how much this will influence Lyra2v2, but check Nanashi's thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1519266

Yes, devs need to modify the way algo access memory to improve things on memory dependent algos (eth and neoscrypt to my knowledge)
Pascal is 4k pte by default in win 7/8 (where maxwell is 128kb) but can be 2m pte (full memory coverage)
On win 10 current - pascal and maxwell on new drivers are 64kb but pascal will be 2m by default with next driver AND win 10 insider preview and further win 10 july update (which didnt help neoscrypt for some reason - i think i saw 900khs but couldnt repro it - maybe I missed some build or setting i was using)

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June 26, 2016, 08:13:11 AM
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https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/blob/2ee8bc9791be912206c2120b15a72206ec2476b3/configure.sh
Fixing cuda 6.5 in configure prevents from successful build on cuda 7.5

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June 26, 2016, 02:01:16 PM
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I replaced just my 970 with a 1080 and the temp in my room has been night and day difference.

The only thing I hate is the price but oh well.

As Epsylon3 said above maybe down the road the cards can be taking advantage of for mining.
antonio What wattage does it draw?  Thx

Go with what Epsylon3 posted above.

I don't have a wattage meter. Never used one to  test any rigs.





This is what we get from nvidia-smi. Not the most precise, but still better than nothing Wink

Actually, I'm running them all (6) on a 1300W PSU

   
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June 26, 2016, 06:27:58 PM
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@Epsylon3

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/blob/2ee8bc9791be912206c2120b15a72206ec2476b3/configure.sh
Fixing cuda 6.5 in configure prevents from successful build on cuda 7.5

yep indeed, it should be /usr/local/cuda

its how i select the cuda version on linux, and that shoudnt have been commited

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hi, just to inform that current head (on decred algo and since this commit) only mines on one random card out of 5 installed:

Code:
$ ./ccminer -n
*** ccminer 1.8-dev for nVidia GPUs by tpruvot@github ***
    Built with the nVidia CUDA Toolkit 7.5

  Originally based on Christian Buchner and Christian H. project
  Include some of the work of djm34, sp, tsiv and klausT.

BTC donation address: 1AJdfCpLWPNoAMDfHF1wD5y8VgKSSTHxPo (tpruvot)

GPU #0: SM 5.2 GeForce GTX 950
GPU #1: SM 5.2 GeForce GTX 950
GPU #2: SM 5.2 GeForce GTX 950
GPU #3: SM 5.2 GeForce GTX 950
GPU #4: SM 5.2 GeForce GTX 950
Code:
$ ./ccminer -a decred -o stratum+tcp://dcr.pool.mn:4800 -u skunk.the -p 123 -D
*** ccminer 1.8-dev for nVidia GPUs by tpruvot@github ***
    Built with the nVidia CUDA Toolkit 7.5

  Originally based on Christian Buchner and Christian H. project
  Include some of the work of djm34, sp, tsiv and klausT.

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[2016-06-29 12:56:56] POOL 0: dcr.pool.mn:4800 USER skunk.the -s 10
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] Starting on stratum+tcp://dcr.pool.mn:4800
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] restart_threads
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] CUDA GPU 0 matches NVML GPU 0 by busId 1
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] CUDA GPU 1 matches NVML GPU 1 by busId 3
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] CUDA GPU 2 matches NVML GPU 2 by busId 5
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] CUDA GPU 3 matches NVML GPU 3 by busId 6
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] CUDA GPU 4 matches NVML GPU 4 by busId 7
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] NVML GPU monitoring enabled.
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] 5 miner threads started, using 'decred' algorithm.
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] Binding thread 4 to cpu 0 (mask 1)
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] Binding thread 2 to cpu 0 (mask 1)
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] Binding thread 3 to cpu 1 (mask 2)
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] Binding thread 1 to cpu 1 (mask 2)
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] Binding thread 0 to cpu 0 (mask 1)
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] Stratum difficulty set to 1
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] dcr.pool.mn:4800 decred block 41175
[2016-06-29 12:56:56] restart_threads
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] job 773a956 9d54 target change: ffff0000 (1.0)
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] GPU #4: start=00000000 end=3fffffff range=3fffffff
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] job 773a956 9d54 target change: ffff0000 (1.0)
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=3fffffff range=3fffffff
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] job 773a956 9d54 target change: ffff0000 (1.0)
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] GPU #2: start=00000000 end=3fffffff range=3fffffff
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] job 773a956 9d54 target change: ffff0000 (1.0)
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] GPU #0: start=00000000 end=3fffffff range=3fffffff
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] job 773a956 9d54 target change: ffff0000 (1.0)
[2016-06-29 12:56:57] GPU #1: start=00000000 end=3fffffff range=3fffffff
[2016-06-29 12:56:59] found => f722221b 1b2222f7
[2016-06-29 12:56:59] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 228.06 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:56:59] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:56:59] restart_threads
[2016-06-29 12:56:59] accepted: 1/1 (100.00%), 228.06 MH/s yes!
[2016-06-29 12:57:00] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:05] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 771.25 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:05] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:10] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 771.16 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:10] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:10] found => 356d1c05 051c6d35
[2016-06-29 12:57:10] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 771.00 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:10] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:10] outdated job 9d54, new 253 stales=1
[2016-06-29 12:57:10] stale work detected, discarding
[2016-06-29 12:57:11] found => 5a256316 1663255a
[2016-06-29 12:57:11] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 770.81 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:11] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:11] outdated job 9d54, new 253 stales=2
[2016-06-29 12:57:11] stale work detected, discarding
[2016-06-29 12:57:12] dcr.pool.mn:4800 decred block 41176
[2016-06-29 12:57:12] restart_threads
[2016-06-29 12:57:12] job 773a988 61d target change: ffff0000 (1.0)
[2016-06-29 12:57:12] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:17] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 771.04 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:17] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:19] found => 8299a150 50a19982
[2016-06-29 12:57:19] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 770.92 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:19] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:19] accepted: 2/2 (100.00%), 693.46 MH/s yes!
[2016-06-29 12:57:24] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 770.89 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:24] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:29] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 767.62 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:29] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:31] found => 0023a04a 4aa02300
[2016-06-29 12:57:31] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 765.11 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:31] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:31] accepted: 3/3 (100.00%), 715.79 MH/s yes!
[2016-06-29 12:57:36] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 764.96 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:36] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:37] found => 5212630e 0e631252
[2016-06-29 12:57:37] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 764.70 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:37] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:37] accepted: 4/4 (100.00%), 723.96 MH/s yes!
[2016-06-29 12:57:42] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 764.96 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:42] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:45] found => 24a11b7e 7e1ba124
[2016-06-29 12:57:45] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 764.91 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:45] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:45] accepted: 5/5 (100.00%), 729.81 MH/s yes!
[2016-06-29 12:57:50] found => 4b295cd6 d65c294b
[2016-06-29 12:57:50] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 764.69 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:50] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:50] accepted: 6/6 (100.00%), 732.14 MH/s yes!
[2016-06-29 12:57:54] GPU #3: GeForce GTX 950, 764.38 MH/s
[2016-06-29 12:57:54] GPU #3: start=00000000 end=ffffffff range=ffffffff
[2016-06-29 12:57:56] SIGINT received, exiting
[2016-06-29 12:57:56] restart_threads

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June 29, 2016, 02:13:32 PM
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hi, just to inform that current head (on decred algo and since this commit) only mines on one random card out of 5 installed:


I am not seeing this with a pair of 980's.  I just did a fresh build 2 days ago.

I will say that yiimp site is only seeing 1 card for the benchmarks.  It does show total hash correctly.
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July 03, 2016, 11:02:05 AM
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hi, just to inform that current head (on decred algo and since this commit) only mines on one random card out of 5 installed:
I am not seeing this with a pair of 980's.  I just did a fresh build 2 days ago.
i can reliably reproduce the issue on a 5x950 and a 6x970 rig, on both rigs only one card starts hashing (even if the cards are specified with the -d flag or if the number of cards are specified with the -t flag)

I will say that yiimp site is only seeing 1 card for the benchmarks.  It does show total hash correctly.
it has nothing to do with yiimp, i'm not mining there...

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July 03, 2016, 04:59:45 PM
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never seen a problem like that...

else playing with leds... (windows only)

https://youtu.be/xFso96j7y1M

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July 04, 2016, 03:16:39 AM
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never seen a problem like that...

else playing with leds... (windows only)

https://youtu.be/xFso96j7y1M

That looks cool!
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July 04, 2016, 07:39:54 AM
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looks like you're having fun with leds :-)
do you think it may work on linux as well?

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July 04, 2016, 07:47:15 AM
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it require the nvapi which is only on windows... but maybe i could trace what is doing the nvapi dll

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