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Author Topic: CCminer(SP-MOD) Modded NVIDIA Maxwell / Pascal kernels.  (Read 2330924 times)
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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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August 29, 2018, 04:58:57 PM
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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August 30, 2018, 11:07:06 PM
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Any plans for a phi2 free miner?
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August 31, 2018, 05:40:15 AM
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no, but I will release a faster phi2 sp-mod private soon. (0.05btc)
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August 31, 2018, 08:31:28 AM
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no, but I will release a faster phi2 sp-mod private soon. (0.05btc)

Faster than dredge? 75 % of bsod pool mines phi2 with dredge even though it uses too much power!
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August 31, 2018, 02:51:48 PM
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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

source:

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

Too much of BSODs on one rig and the other is fine. Dont no why.

B250 - 9 x 1070 1 x 1070ti - No Issues at all

Z270 - 5 x 1060 2 x 1070 - BSODs too often

Both the rigs have latest nvidia drivers. Even reinstalled OS on Z270, nothing sorted out.

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September 01, 2018, 05:34:52 AM
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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

source:

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

Too much of BSODs on one rig and the other is fine. Dont no why.

B250 - 9 x 1070 1 x 1070ti - No Issues at all

Z270 - 5 x 1060 2 x 1070 - BSODs too often

Both the rigs have latest nvidia drivers. Even reinstalled OS on Z270, nothing sorted out.

Because you are using the worst two things you can use ...

Windows (still unstable and flaky) and SPMod (still a copy of opensource products being sold as an original product with some tweaking).

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September 02, 2018, 06:05:46 PM
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THE RAVEN/PIDGEON/C11 MINER IS FREE--

The source code is all there on GitHub.  Other programmers can use the code in free or fee-based miners at will.       --scryptr

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September 03, 2018, 12:33:06 PM
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Z270 - 5 x 1060 2 x 1070 - BSODs too often

Check the power usage. reduce the tdp limit of the cards in msi afterburner or similar tool. You can also try to reduce the intensity with the -i parameter. -i 21 is a popular choice.
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September 03, 2018, 06:20:54 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

As for me, I can easily propose the way to use AI blocks to create neural network which will help mining.

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September 03, 2018, 06:40:35 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

As for me, I can easily propose the way to use AI blocks to create neural network which will help mining.

Propose away then ...

Let's see if we can build on the idea.

PM if you want also.

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September 06, 2018, 03:49:33 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.
 

why there's code from alexis78 on "your" code ...?

https://github.com/sp-hash/suprminer/commit/fa9e80cf4d71f97f431dede6b2265dbb9c3a8ec9#diff-c949f93d03f44a4217d7a138f9e2e54aL73

and i only skimmed that one fiile.. i wonder the rest.
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