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Author Topic: CCminer(SP-MOD) Modded NVIDIA Maxwell / Pascal kernels.  (Read 2312244 times)
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August 26, 2018, 04:13:25 PM
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12nm production, vs 14nm for the pascal. Less heat and higher clocks should be possible.
AFAIK every Pascal card worth mining with is 16nm. Only low-end 1030s and 1050s are 14nm, while 1060 and anything above that is 16nm.
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August 26, 2018, 04:50:24 PM
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and these are the words of the developer who has studied all the works of SP and other miners

I have 1300 commits to the ccminer opensource project at github(2014-2018). What have you done for the community besides throwing shit in my thread?. The stratum code in ccminer need some work. My miner isn't performing good when the latency on the pool is high. This is a known issue from ccminer 2.2.4 & cminer 1.0 alexis. Job not found rejected shares. etc,. The fee miners have improved the stratum code, and gained few percent more pool shares with a lower hashrate (gpu speed)..

Points to work on:

1. Never disconnect to the pool.
2. Reduce the sleep time
3. Cleanup of the blocking thread code.

Then you compile with cude 9.1, rewrite all the output to the command line, add a fee, make a stupid name and publish the new "faster" miner with my opensouce gpu kernel code inside... You might need to add a couple of puppy accounts here on bitcointalk, make a discord channel, buy some positive reviews, and then you are in business.. May the fee be with you. :-)
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August 26, 2018, 05:16:18 PM
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Then you compile with cude 9.1
Is cuda 9.1 built ccminer faster than cuda 9.2? Or does it depend on the algo/hardware?
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August 26, 2018, 06:13:23 PM
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Then you compile with cude 9.1
Is cuda 9.1 built ccminer faster than cuda 9.2? Or does it depend on the algo/hardware?

I did some tests and 9.2 is slightly faster on most algos.

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August 26, 2018, 07:12:24 PM
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Cuda 9.2 perform bether with more registers. You need launchbounds on youur kernels. In my opensource i have changed the register usage in the project file (visual studio). These adjustments are not added to the linux makefile.
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August 28, 2018, 09:10:15 PM
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Also Jugger will never be happy.

I have nothing against him, if he just put facts out there instead of conjecture and wild statements that have no basis in reality I wouldn't be so harsh on him. He's a dev, I'm a miner, i have a predisposition to like him but just when I start to soften up to him he turns into Trump and just spews a bunch of BS smoke and mirrors type shit. I'm just looking for honesty... Like posting a 3 second start up comparison, he does stuff like that constantly, I just feel he's fishin' for nubs for fees. The reason most devs make it hard to know the real hashrate stats is cuz most devs know next week another miner will be out there beating their stats. I hold no ill will towards him though.

Yeah that's BS, you much like a few other people here are just looking for a axe to grind because profits in the shitty right now and you guys bought into crypto at one of the worst times to start mining in the history of mining.

It sucks, yes right now really sucks, especially considering the amount of dark hash euro side that's waiting for the increase in revenue (which means no real increase in revenue), but go take your shit else where. Objective comparisons with photos and no bias are welcome. Constant shit talking because you're butt hurt about your current finances is not.

sp do us a favor, buy a 2080ti and do some test on all algo, maybe we have a good perf on other non-eth algo
We will definitely get on gtx 2080 ti better speed because of wide memory and more CUDA cores. And it will be at lower power. The question is how big will be speed-up.

A raw estimate can be made by comparing number of cuda cores (only for low memory usage algos).
Power usage (at same clock and number of cuda cores) should be 10-15% less.

You can only compare cuda cores between cores from the same architecture. You can't directly compare between different architectures. Current pre-release discussion points to 20x series being 50% faster then it's last gen counterpart. So basically a 1080ti is a 2080, only the 2080 runs at 215w instead of 250. So roughly 20% more efficient for same hash. Currently it's cheaper buying 1080tis and probably will remain so for some time, especially buying second hand off eBay.

The memory bus only effects coins that are memory hard, Dagger/Cryptonight/etc and the only way to tell how much of a difference that makes is after getting them in hand and even then it'll take a few months before developers figure out what they can exploit. For instance Vega was out for like 4-5 months before they figured out how to make it do work in Cryptonight. 1080/ti was out a year and a half. It's entirely possible they will perform quite poorly in memory hard algos until they're ironed out, such as with GDDR5X.

The rush for 20xx series is like January all over again with really shitty revenue.

All the more proof that if you bought into mining this Jan+ you made a reallllly bad life choice.

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August 28, 2018, 09:22:04 PM
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The comparison of cuda cores between different architectures worked well for Maxwell Vs pascal, at least until the miner Devs figured out how to take the best out of the latter, and it wasn't a big difference. Same will be for Turing (if any).
Nvidia has been focusing on improving other things than integer math for many years now.

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August 28, 2018, 10:22:18 PM
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Bensam, you're the perfect example of a fan-boi that has no ability to see beyond the desperate position he has staked his entire existence behind. If you pried your head out of his asshole you'd be able to see the excuses are non-sense. I have no ax to grind with him.. I don't need mining, I do it as a hobby for fun, I could give two fucks about your shitty 5 dollar a day profit over 20 dollars a day profit.

I work for a living, I make more than enough to not care. I simply point out the scams, I get that you got scammed to buy some of these miners, it sucks for you, I get it. It's hard to swallow, I understand. Look into the mirror with me.. repeat after me.. let it go... Sure you paid .05 btc for something that is now slower and free. Relax. You'll survive.

When teenagers get on the internet and become "wizards" suddenly... smh..



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August 29, 2018, 01:29:40 AM
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@sp_ be honest and tell us which latest fee miner have you hexored for you speedup  Cool

first you was after open source community, then on personal agenda against alexis, which is dying atm so next you move at fee miners as you see them as threat

if you had any shame.... and you still try to portrait yourself as open source dev??

Dual mine Zilliqa pool with any other POW coin: http://rudnik.hopto.org:5000/
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August 29, 2018, 06:26:58 AM
Last edit: August 29, 2018, 07:17:41 AM by sp_
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Sure you paid .05 btc for something that is now slower and free. Relax. You'll survive.

My mods come with free updates. If the competition improves, I release a new faster binary.
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August 29, 2018, 06:31:19 AM
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and you still try to portrait yourself as open source dev??

What do you call this?

https://github.com/sp-hash/suprminer/commits/master

70 opensource commits done by me since 9th of may 2018. Mostly x16r improvements, but with some copy and paste skills you should be able to beat the alexis 1.0 in all his algos.

The competition compare and use my opensource work so they can get a faster hashrate.
 
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Last edit: August 29, 2018, 05:11:58 PM by sp_
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X16r/X16s/C11 Spmod-git #10 has been released

- Fixed double nonce submission in simd and some other algos. (faster x16r/x16s)
- Improved the the poolside hashrate when mining on high intensity or/and low difficulty. (removed double work after a solution had been found)
- Reduced the pool network traffic by increasing the workload to the gpu to scan the whole 32bit nonce range.
- Reduced rejected shares on the pool.
- Added pool latency and blocks found to the miner output

This miner is free without any fee. Linux/Windows

cuda 9.2 binary:


https://github.com/sp-hash/suprminer/releases

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https://github.com/sp-hash/suprminer/commits/master
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August 29, 2018, 05:08:55 PM
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My miner isn't performing good when the latency on the pool is high. This is a known issue from ccminer 2.2.4 & cminer 1.0 alexis. Job not found rejected shares. etc,. The fee miners have improved the stratum code, and gained few percent more pool shares with a lower hashrate (gpu speed)..

These issues are fixed in spmod-git #10
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August 29, 2018, 07:26:29 PM
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The comparison of cuda cores between different architectures worked well for Maxwell Vs pascal, at least until the miner Devs figured out how to take the best out of the latter, and it wasn't a big difference. Same will be for Turing (if any).
Nvidia has been focusing on improving other things than integer math for many years now.

Maxwell and Pascal were almost identical as far as architecture. Turing is nothing like either of those (hence the tensor and RTX parts of the CPU). That's like comparing clockspeed or cores between AMD/Intel.

I based my assertion off of leaked benchmarks and rumors reporting performance on hardware websites.

I have no ax to grind with him.. I don't need mining, I do it as a hobby for fun, I could give two fucks about your shitty 5 dollar a day profit over 20 dollars a day profit.

You care an awwwwwwful lot about that shitty 5 dollar a day profit for someone who does this about a hobby. I'm more of a fan of 'what people do' rather then 'what people say' logic, and we can just look at the shear amount of time you've spent in this thread monitoring it and making responses.

Also you spend $20k on hardware, regardless of doing something for a hobby, you would probably care. XD

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August 29, 2018, 08:19:02 PM
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The comparison of cuda cores between different architectures worked well for Maxwell Vs pascal, at least until the miner Devs figured out how to take the best out of the latter, and it wasn't a big difference. Same will be for Turing (if any).
Nvidia has been focusing on improving other things than integer math for many years now.

Maxwell and Pascal were almost identical as far as architecture. Turing is nothing like either of those (hence the tensor and RTX parts of the CPU).

Yeah, those parts which are useless for mining :-D

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August 29, 2018, 11:47:41 PM
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The comparison of cuda cores between different architectures worked well for Maxwell Vs pascal, at least until the miner Devs figured out how to take the best out of the latter, and it wasn't a big difference. Same will be for Turing (if any).
Nvidia has been focusing on improving other things than integer math for many years now.

Maxwell and Pascal were almost identical as far as architecture. Turing is nothing like either of those (hence the tensor and RTX parts of the CPU). That's like comparing clockspeed or cores between AMD/Intel.

I based my assertion off of leaked benchmarks and rumors reporting performance on hardware websites.

I have no ax to grind with him.. I don't need mining, I do it as a hobby for fun, I could give two fucks about your shitty 5 dollar a day profit over 20 dollars a day profit.

You care an awwwwwwful lot about that shitty 5 dollar a day profit for someone who does this about a hobby. I'm more of a fan of 'what people do' rather then 'what people say' logic, and we can just look at the shear amount of time you've spent in this thread monitoring it and making responses.

Also you spend $20k on hardware, regardless of doing something for a hobby, you would probably care. XD

I've spent 7-8k on hardware for my hobby, I wipe my ass with 8k.. I get it's a lot of money to you, for adults with good jobs it's play money. My electricity bill is 650 a month, 150 of it is from mining, see if you can figure out why my bill is 650.. Relax kid, let it go..

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August 30, 2018, 08:40:03 AM
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The comparison of cuda cores between different architectures worked well for Maxwell Vs pascal, at least until the miner Devs figured out how to take the best out of the latter, and it wasn't a big difference. Same will be for Turing (if any).
Nvidia has been focusing on improving other things than integer math for many years now.

Maxwell and Pascal were almost identical as far as architecture. Turing is nothing like either of those (hence the tensor and RTX parts of the CPU). That's like comparing clockspeed or cores between AMD/Intel.

I based my assertion off of leaked benchmarks and rumors reporting performance on hardware websites.

I have no ax to grind with him.. I don't need mining, I do it as a hobby for fun, I could give two fucks about your shitty 5 dollar a day profit over 20 dollars a day profit.

You care an awwwwwwful lot about that shitty 5 dollar a day profit for someone who does this about a hobby. I'm more of a fan of 'what people do' rather then 'what people say' logic, and we can just look at the shear amount of time you've spent in this thread monitoring it and making responses.

Also you spend $20k on hardware, regardless of doing something for a hobby, you would probably care. XD

I've spent 7-8k on hardware for my hobby, I wipe my ass with 8k.. I get it's a lot of money to you, for adults with good jobs it's play money. My electricity bill is 650 a month, 150 of it is from mining, see if you can figure out why my bill is 650.. Relax kid, let it go..

pool?

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The comparison of cuda cores between different architectures worked well for Maxwell Vs pascal, at least until the miner Devs figured out how to take the best out of the latter, and it wasn't a big difference. Same will be for Turing (if any).
Nvidia has been focusing on improving other things than integer math for many years now.

Maxwell and Pascal were almost identical as far as architecture. Turing is nothing like either of those (hence the tensor and RTX parts of the CPU). That's like comparing clockspeed or cores between AMD/Intel.

I based my assertion off of leaked benchmarks and rumors reporting performance on hardware websites.

I have no ax to grind with him.. I don't need mining, I do it as a hobby for fun, I could give two fucks about your shitty 5 dollar a day profit over 20 dollars a day profit.

You care an awwwwwwful lot about that shitty 5 dollar a day profit for someone who does this about a hobby. I'm more of a fan of 'what people do' rather then 'what people say' logic, and we can just look at the shear amount of time you've spent in this thread monitoring it and making responses.

Also you spend $20k on hardware, regardless of doing something for a hobby, you would probably care. XD

I've spent 7-8k on hardware for my hobby, I wipe my ass with 8k.. I get it's a lot of money to you, for adults with good jobs it's play money. My electricity bill is 650 a month, 150 of it is from mining, see if you can figure out why my bill is 650.. Relax kid, let it go..

pool?

weed?

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August 30, 2018, 09:08:04 PM
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The comparison of cuda cores between different architectures worked well for Maxwell Vs pascal, at least until the miner Devs figured out how to take the best out of the latter, and it wasn't a big difference. Same will be for Turing (if any).
Nvidia has been focusing on improving other things than integer math for many years now.

Maxwell and Pascal were almost identical as far as architecture. Turing is nothing like either of those (hence the tensor and RTX parts of the CPU). That's like comparing clockspeed or cores between AMD/Intel.

I based my assertion off of leaked benchmarks and rumors reporting performance on hardware websites.

I have no ax to grind with him.. I don't need mining, I do it as a hobby for fun, I could give two fucks about your shitty 5 dollar a day profit over 20 dollars a day profit.

You care an awwwwwwful lot about that shitty 5 dollar a day profit for someone who does this about a hobby. I'm more of a fan of 'what people do' rather then 'what people say' logic, and we can just look at the shear amount of time you've spent in this thread monitoring it and making responses.

Also you spend $20k on hardware, regardless of doing something for a hobby, you would probably care. XD

I've spent 7-8k on hardware for my hobby, I wipe my ass with 8k.. I get it's a lot of money to you, for adults with good jobs it's play money. My electricity bill is 650 a month, 150 of it is from mining, see if you can figure out why my bill is 650.. Relax kid, let it go..

pool?

weed?

weed uses more then 150 Smiley
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Any plans for a phi2 free miner?
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