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October 22, 2014, 08:54:25 PM
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This is a new thread of fastest open source primecoin miner, product of merge
 - madMAx's miner: https://github.com/madMAx43v3r/xpmclient
 - xpmclminer: https://github.com/eXtremal-ik7/xpmminer

Old discussion is here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=602292.0
Github repository: https://github.com/eXtremal-ik7/xpmclient
OS Supported: Windows, Linux
Current stable release (version 9.4.1): https://www.dropbox.com/s/2976f8tnhc6p4pj/xpmclient_v9.4.1.tar.gz?dl=0
Current Beta release (version 10.1): http://coinsforall.io/distr/xpmclient_v10.1beta.tar.gz

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Some results:
Radeon R9 290X @ 1000/1250 (stock) - 15.05 CPD
  R9 290X @ 1040/1500 - 15.5CPD
Radeon R9 290 @ 947/1250 (stock) - 13.6 CPD
Radeon R9 280X @ 1000/1250 (stock) -9.45 CPD
  R9 280X @ 1100/1500 - 10.4CPD

NVidia GeForce GTX 750Ti: 1.7x CPD
NVidia GeForce GTX 1070: 9.5 CPD

GPUs supported:
  - AMD GCN cards: R9 2xx, HD79xx, HD78xx, HD77xx; Catalyst versions 14.4 - 14.7 recommended. Don't use 14.12 and later drivers, it 60-70% slower than previous versions

Added in 10.0beta (miner not optimized for this cards, too slow):
  - AMD HD5xxx, HD6xxx cards
  - NVidia Maxwell cards: GeForce GTX 750Ti, GeForce GTX 9xx, GeForce Titan X

Pool mining:

Current miner protocol is compatible with original madMAx's pool (https://github.com/madMAx43v3r/xpmpool) Working instance of this pool available at http://xpmforall.org

To start mining:
 - Put your addess to config.txt:

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server = "xpmforall.org";
port = "6666";

# Your XPM payout address
address = "AMgtSW8ge2mvqxaiWo11GqTKx6rQ2J57yA";

 - Configure your GPUs (edit corefreq, memfreq, powertune and fanspeed parameters)
 - Run xpmclient in Linux or xpmclient.exe in Windows
 - Put you address to 'Your Address' field on web site for monitoring workers and payments

Pool system: PPLNS (Pay Per Last N Shares); accounting procedure uses all your shares received during last hour. Pool fee is 4% now. Mining calculator included!
If you want to help decentralize primecoin mining and support open source, welcome!

Solo mining:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=602292.msg6881582#msg6881582
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The solo-mining server code is at: https://github.com/madMAx43v3r/xpmserver

The solo-mining server binaries can be downloaded at:
For Windows: https://mega.co.nz/#!hRAmGRAQ!cbYlm-meXprzImw-vQ5COnBQiWtgPFXJeJtTs-041AI
For Linux: https://mega.co.nz/#!NZAHWC6b!FyeF6aKZ32KPs_Ns0NwZsEGaOWkNAlwfSz76hO-Dg_k
Note: The windows version crashes on shutdown, have not been able to fix this.

The binary zips also include a README.txt you should check out to get started.

EDIT: If you have dynamic ip: There is a bug somewhere in the bitcoin network code that can cause the server to loose all connections to the network after your external ip has changed. It will still show 8 or more connections but if you look in debug.log you will no longer see new blocks or transactions. In this case you need to restart the server.
The chance of this bug to happen is around 50%. So be careful, if your external ip changes and you don't check the server and the bug has happend you will produce 100% orphan blocks.

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October 28, 2014, 09:52:32 PM
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New version 9.4 with next speedup: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ny027u62vbeb2u5/xpmclient_v9.4.tar.gz?dl=0
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Radeon R9 290X @ 1000/1250 (stock) - 14.9 CPD
  R9 290X @ 1040/1500 - 15.35CPD
Radeon R9 290 @ 947/1250 (stock) - 13.2 CPD
Radeon R9 280X @ 1000/1250 (stock) - 9.35 CPD
  R9 280X @ 1100/1500 - 10.25CPD

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Hello

I am tested miner 9.4ver :

rig1:

14.6 driver
6x280x
1100/1600 clock

 62.4 cpd

rig2:

14.6  driver
4x290
1000/1300 clock

 54.6 cpd

I invite everybody to the pool! Do not regret!
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cmake ../xpmclient -DInstallPrefix=/opt/x86_64-Linux-static -DSTATIC_BUILD=1 -DOPENCL_LIBRARY=/opt/AMDAPP/lib/x86_64/libOpenCL.so

Code:
Building for Linux
CMake Error: The following variables are used in this project, but they are set to NOTFOUND.
Please set them or make sure they are set and tested correctly in the CMake files:
CZMQ_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
CZMQ_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient
GMP_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
GMP_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient
PROTOBUF_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
PROTOBUF_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient
SODIUM_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient
ZMQ_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
ZMQ_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient

-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!

I'm can't building
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October 31, 2014, 12:26:31 PM
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You have no installed libraries: czmq, zmq, gmp, protobuf, sodium. What OS do you use ?

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You have no installed libraries: czmq, zmq, gmp, protobuf, sodium. What OS do you use ?
I'm used ubuntu 13.10 and 14.04
this https://github.com/zeromq/czmq building and install

Code:
git clone git://github.com/jedisct1/libsodium.git
cd libsodium
./autogen.sh
./configure && make check
sudo make install
sudo ldconfig
cd ..

git clone git://github.com/zeromq/libzmq.git
cd libzmq
./autogen.sh
./configure && make check
sudo make install
sudo ldconfig
cd ..

git clone git://github.com/zeromq/czmq.git
cd czmq
./autogen.sh
./configure && make check
sudo make install
sudo ldconfig
cd ..

gmp and protobuf installed, but not work
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Show cmake output after installing all required libraries.
gmp and protobuf can be installed using apt-get (sudo apt-get install libprotobuf-dev libgmp-dev).

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Code:
Уже установлена самая новая версия libgmp-dev.
Уже установлена самая новая версия libprotobuf-dev.

Code:
git clone https://github.com/eXtremal-ik7/xpmclient.git
cd xpmclient

followed by

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cmake ../xpmclient -DInstallPrefix=/opt/x86_64-Linux-static -DSTATIC_BUILD=1 -DOPENCL_LIBRARY=/opt/AMDAPP/lib/x86_64/libOpenCL.so

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Building for Linux
CMake Error: The following variables are used in this project, but they are set to NOTFOUND.
Please set them or make sure they are set and tested correctly in the CMake files:
CZMQ_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
CZMQ_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient
GMP_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
GMP_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient
PROTOBUF_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
PROTOBUF_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient
SODIUM_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient
ZMQ_INCLUDE_DIRECTORY
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
   used as include directory in directory /home/user/xpmclient
ZMQ_LIBRARY
    linked by target "xpmclient" in directory /home/user/xpmclient

-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!
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Ok, check a PM.

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Clean current directory and run cmake with another arguments
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rm -rf *
cmake ../xpmclient -DOPENCL_LIBRARY=/opt/AMDAPP/lib/x86_64/libOpenCL.so

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Ok, check a PM.

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Clean current directory and run cmake with another arguments
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rm -rf *
cmake ../xpmclient -DOPENCL_LIBRARY=/opt/AMDAPP/lib/x86_64/libOpenCL.so

Code:
-- The C compiler identification is GNU 4.8.1
-- The CXX compiler identification is GNU 4.8.1
-- Check for working C compiler: /usr/bin/cc
-- Check for working C compiler: /usr/bin/cc -- works
-- Detecting C compiler ABI info
-- Detecting C compiler ABI info - done
-- Check for working CXX compiler: /usr/bin/c++
-- Check for working CXX compiler: /usr/bin/c++ -- works
-- Detecting CXX compiler ABI info
-- Detecting CXX compiler ABI info - done
-- Found PROTOBUF: /usr/local/lib/libprotobuf.so  
Building for Linux
-- Configuring done
-- Generating done
-- Build files have been written to: /home/user/xpmclient

then make
Code:
[ 89%] Building CXX object CMakeFiles/xpmclient.dir/baseclient.cpp.o
In file included from /home/user/xpmclient/baseclient.h:16:0,
                 from /home/user/xpmclient/baseclient.cpp:10:
/home/user/xpmclient/protocol.pb.h:17:2: error: #error This file was generated by an older version of protoc which is
 #error This file was generated by an older version of protoc which is
  ^
/home/user/xpmclient/protocol.pb.h:18:2: error: #error incompatible with your Protocol Buffer headers. Please
 #error incompatible with your Protocol Buffer headers.  Please
  ^
/home/user/xpmclient/protocol.pb.h:19:2: error: #error regenerate this file with a newer version of protoc.
 #error regenerate this file with a newer version of protoc.
  ^
make[2]: *** [CMakeFiles/xpmclient.dir/baseclient.cpp.o] Ошибка 1
make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/xpmclient.dir/all] Ошибка 2
make: *** [all] Ошибка 2

protoc --version
Code:
libprotoc 2.4.1
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November 01, 2014, 07:06:26 AM
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I'm build  Cheesy
test 2x280x
Code:
[GPU 0] T=65C A=97% E=0 primes=0.105061 fermat=745312/sec cpd=10.55/day
[GPU 1] T=68C A=97% E=0 primes=0.105087 fermat=742278/sec cpd=10.53/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 10568x 7ch(11/0/61) 1095x 8ch(2/0/7) 111x 9ch(0/0/0) 10x 10ch(1/0/0) 1x 11ch(0/0/
and 1x7950
Code:
[GPU 0] T=69C A=97% E=0 primes=0.105094 fermat=634269/sec cpd=9.01/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 2493x 7ch(6/0/13) 282x 8ch(0/0/4) 33x 9ch(0/0/0) 2x 10ch(0/0/0)

Still need a lot of work, some cards crashing. I do not understand the parameters in config.txt
How to get away from this problem  Huh May be install OpenCL 2.0 driver http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/OpenCL2-Driver.aspx  Huh
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test 2x280x
Code:
[GPU 0] T=65C A=97% E=0 primes=0.105061 fermat=745312/sec cpd=10.55/day
[GPU 1] T=68C A=97% E=0 primes=0.105087 fermat=742278/sec cpd=10.53/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 10568x 7ch(11/0/61) 1095x 8ch(2/0/7) 111x 9ch(0/0/0) 10x 10ch(1/0/0) 1x 11ch(0/0/
and 1x7950
Not bad for R9 280X, what gpu/mem clocks ?

Still need a lot of work, some cards crashing. I do not understand the parameters in config.txt
I think, it's hardware problem, may be too much overclocking.
All parameters in config.txt are optimal now for difficulty 10.xxx (except GPU clocks Smiley ).

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rig 1 Ubuntu 14.04 14.6 beta
Gigabyte 280x 1160/1500  10.50-11 cpd , Msi 280x gpu engine 1000-1150 all crash  Angry
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[GPU 0] T=70C A=97% E=0 primes=0.104349 fermat=755938/sec cpd=10.00/day
[GPU 1] T=60C A=96% E=0 primes=0.105224 fermat=756476/sec cpd=10.88/day
[GPU 2] crashed!       <--MSI  950/1375 second PSU line 12v down to 10.5v
[GPU 3] T=69C A=97% E=0 primes=0.105336 fermat=750069/sec cpd=10.90/day

rig 2 Ubuntu 13.10 14.6 beta
Gigabyte 7950 1080/1250  8.9-9.2 cpd , sapphire 7950 set engine 1080 resets itself  to 997 and work unstable 5.3-5.7 cpd  Angry

whether it is necessary to give the command
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export GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100 && export GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1

rig1 ./xpmclient -b
GPU_0,1,3
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Tahiti; 32 compute units
square 320 bits: 27.724ms (4841.211M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 26.811ms (5006.069M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 34.716ms (3866.163M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 34.480ms (3892.626M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 41.952ms (3199.317M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 57.030ms (2.298M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 72.789ms (1.801M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 509.536
 Hash per iteration: 31.672 (0.000378 %)
 Hashes by multipliers count:
   * [9] 1.781 (5.624%)
   * [10] 12.516 (39.517%)
   * [11] 14.719 (46.473%)
   * [12] 2.531 (7.992%)
   * [13] 0.125 (0.395%)

average size: 29.909

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 7395 by GPU: 7402
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 81.629 G
 * iteration time: 6.744ms
 * candidates per second: 1043816.846
 * candidates per iteration: 7039.48 (2978.11 320bit, 4061.37 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.733/1
GPU_2 MSI second PSU
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Tahiti; 32 compute units
square 320 bits: 39.612ms (3388.310M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 38.666ms (3471.208M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 49.922ms (2688.549M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 49.463ms (2713.498M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 60.468ms (2219.649M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 82.296ms (1.593M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 104.735ms (1.251M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 354.119
 Hash per iteration: 29.297 (0.000349 %)
 Hashes by multipliers count:
   * [9] 1.531 (5.227%)
   * [10] 11.188 (38.187%)
   * [11] 13.844 (47.253%)
   * [12] 2.641 (9.013%)
   * [13] 0.078 (0.267%)
   * [14] 0.016 (0.053%)

average size: 30.830

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 7144 by GPU: 7151
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 60.899 G
 * iteration time: 9.040ms
 * candidates per second: 813201.710
 * candidates per iteration: 7351.02 (2677.56 320bit, 4673.45 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.573/1
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Gigabyte 280x 1160/1500  10.50-11 cpd , Msi 280x gpu engine 1000-1150 all crash
Miner users report about VRM overheating, check your VRM temperature.

Service release v9.4.1 with minor changes: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2976f8tnhc6p4pj/xpmclient_v9.4.1.tar.gz?dl=0
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Update benchmarks (multiply benchmarks now show real mutliplication speed).
+1-2% up performance, R9 290X shows 15.05 - 15.1CPD.

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Thanks  Smiley
280x
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GPU 0] T=67C A=97% E=0 primes=0.105866 fermat=745643/sec cpd=11.39/day
[GPU 1] T=61C A=96% E=0 primes=0.105566 fermat=747511/sec cpd=11.10/day
[GPU 2] T=60C A=98% E=0 primes=0.105129 fermat=549695/sec cpd=7.83/day
[GPU 3] T=65C A=96% E=0 primes=0.105504 fermat=748005/sec cpd=11.04/day
GPU 0: core=1160MHz mem=1500MHz powertune=20 fanspeed=90
GPU 1: core=1160MHz mem=1500MHz powertune=20 fanspeed=80
GPU 2: core=800MHz mem=1250MHz powertune=20 fanspeed=80
GPU 3: core=1160MHz mem=1500MHz powertune=20 fanspeed=90
1100/1250 - 10.5 cpd
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I think 11.39 cpd is not real for R9 280X. Look at "primes" value:
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[GPU 0] T=78C A=95% E=0 primes=0.105011 fermat=1079239/sec cpd=15.20/day
GPU 0: core=1000MHz mem=1250MHz powertune=20 fanspeed=80
(ST/INV/DUP): 2695x 7ch(0/0/8) 305x 8ch(1/0/0) 23x 9ch(0/0/0) 4x 10ch(0/0/0)

~0.105000 is a normal value for miner version 9.4.1
R9 280X @ 1160/1500 must show ~10.9CPD.

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You all right
this 9.4.1
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[GPU 0] T=64C A=97% E=0 primes=0.104980 fermat=724085/sec cpd=10.17/day
[GPU 1] T=63C A=97% E=0 primes=0.104901 fermat=755293/sec cpd=10.53/day
[GPU 2] T=65C A=97% E=0 primes=0.104995 fermat=740458/sec cpd=10.42/day
GPU 0: core=1110MHz mem=1250MHz powertune=20 fanspeed=90
GPU 1: core=1160MHz mem=1250MHz powertune=20 fanspeed=85
GPU 2: core=1130MHz mem=1250MHz powertune=20 fanspeed=90
(ST/INV/DUP): 3120x 7ch(1/0/7) 346x 8ch(0/0/3) 26x 9ch(1/0/0) 2x 10ch(0/0/0)
Very hot coins  Wink  Hot electrical wires Grin
Please add fan & temp auto adjust adl
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Who owns http://xpmforall.org/  ?

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eXtremal runs that pool, works fine for me btw, plenty of payouts
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eXtremal runs that pool, works fine for me btw, plenty of payouts

Thanks! I just wanted to make sure that he was getting the fee I'm paying! Cheesy

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Is there some specific way I'm supposed to backup the wallet?

Usually I just copy the wallet file and put it on a flash drive right from the directory, but when I try to restore the wallet with XPM I get wallet data corrupt, can't restore.

And it's only at the end of fall, that we discover it was naught but the wind that knew when one particular leaf was to fall from one particular tree, only to land in one distinct spot .. to be left for an eternity, and waste its time in a wait sublime. C0A2A1C4
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Is there some specific way I'm supposed to backup the wallet?

Usually I just copy the wallet file and put it on a flash drive right from the directory, but when I try to restore the wallet with XPM I get wallet data corrupt, can't restore.
Copy and paste only wallet.dat file
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Is there some specific way I'm supposed to backup the wallet?

Usually I just copy the wallet file and put it on a flash drive right from the directory, but when I try to restore the wallet with XPM I get wallet data corrupt, can't restore.
Copy and paste only wallet.dat file

That's all I copied.

I put the wallet.dat file on a flash drive, then deleted the one that XPM uses on the computer and then tried copying it back from the flash drive to the computer and after I did it gave me the corrupt, can't restore error.

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Is there some specific way I'm supposed to backup the wallet?

Usually I just copy the wallet file and put it on a flash drive right from the directory, but when I try to restore the wallet with XPM I get wallet data corrupt, can't restore.
Copy and paste only wallet.dat file

That's all I copied.

I put the wallet.dat file on a flash drive, then deleted the one that XPM uses on the computer and then tried copying it back from the flash drive to the computer and after I did it gave me the corrupt, can't restore error.

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I've had similar issues before but solved them with persistence. It could be that you are using the wrong wallet.dat altogether (check the date the backup was made, it could help) and or it is in fact corrupt. If its worth it, then there are a few ways to get the keys. I suggest you try starting the client with the salvagewallet option and or try the wallet.dat in the newest official client first to see if you can salvage the keys or the wallet.dat itself might just work. This is to make sure its not isolated to the xpmserver if thats what you are running it on. If you are running it on the official client then do the reverse and try the xpmserver client.
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GeForce GTX970 speed without any NVidia specific optimizations:
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GPU 0 found share: 8-ch type 3
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GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 2
Share accepted.
Work received: height=798910 diff=10.976492 latency=56ms
[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.105088 fermat=292614/sec cpd=4.15/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 14x 7ch(0/0/0) 3x 8ch(0/0/0)
I'll release NVidia version, if I reach 10CPD on GTX970.

Usually I just copy the wallet file and put it on a flash drive right from the directory, but when I try to restore the wallet with XPM I get wallet data corrupt, can't restore.
Unsafe eject? Smiley

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GeForce GTX970 speed without any NVidia specific optimizations:
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GPU 0 found share: 8-ch type 3
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GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 2
Share accepted.
Work received: height=798910 diff=10.976492 latency=56ms
[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.105088 fermat=292614/sec cpd=4.15/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 14x 7ch(0/0/0) 3x 8ch(0/0/0)
I'll release NVidia version, if I reach 10CPD on GTX970.

Usually I just copy the wallet file and put it on a flash drive right from the directory, but when I try to restore the wallet with XPM I get wallet data corrupt, can't restore.
Unsafe eject? Smiley
The most important would be the powerdraw i think?
If 970 can get 9cpd+, it should be far more better than a 280x regarding power consumtion?
What about 750TI?
Considering expanding my farm if theese maxwell chips performs well powerwise...
From your experience with xpm mining, what gpu gives best performance/powerdrav ratio?
On amd, i think 290 gpus are the best ones, atleast what i have seen myself.
Thoughts on this?
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The most important would be the powerdraw i think?
If 970 can get 9cpd+, it should be far more better than a 280x regarding power consumtion?
Power consumption of GTX970 is 150-160W, 280X up to 300W, if 970 will show same performance as 280X, yes, it will be better Smiley

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What about 750TI?
1/3 of GTX970

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From your experience with xpm mining, what gpu gives best performance/powerdrav ratio?
I think undervolted R9 290X at ~850/1250MHz has best ratio (12.8CPD / ~200W power).

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Current GTX970 speed:
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GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 1
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[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108847 fermat=303492/sec cpd=6.12/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 2606x 7ch(6/0/8) 265x 8ch(0/0/0) 29x 9ch(1/0/0) 2x 10ch(0/0/0)
10CPD is too optimistic.. I think, maximum possible speed of GTX970 is ~8 CPD, GTX980 - 9.xx (same as R9 280X, but with less power consumption).

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stuck on the pool..tell me when the payment is going to happen? Smiley

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stuck on the pool..tell me when the payment is going to happen? Smiley
Your first payment request registered at 9 Nov 17:25 pool time. See first post:
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Payments starting after 2,5-3days mining (XPM need 3600 confirmations to mature).
You will begin receive payment at morning 12 Nov.

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Hello.

How can I use miner with amd 13.12 drivers
I tried to copy amdocl.dll from 14.6 but it is not working
Thanks
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Catalyst 13.12 not supported.
I can make patch for 13.12, but miner will be ~3% slower than 14.x version.

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eXtremal runs that pool, works fine for me btw, plenty of payouts

Thanks for your confirmation, i'll move my rigs to this pool.
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14.11.1 supported?

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14.11.1 supported?
Not tested.

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 can't join the server..the server no problems with login? Angry
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can't join the server..the server no problems with login? Angry
I don't see any problems, pool works stable. May be some networking issues ?

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can't join the server..the server no problems with login? Angry
I don't see any problems, pool works stable. May be some networking issues ?
miner generates a message - disconnect retry 30 sec
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Whats happenned? Why my account balance become too small?
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Current GTX970 speed:
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GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 2
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GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 1
Share accepted.
[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108847 fermat=303492/sec cpd=6.12/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 2606x 7ch(6/0/8) 265x 8ch(0/0/0) 29x 9ch(1/0/0) 2x 10ch(0/0/0)
10CPD is too optimistic.. I think, maximum possible speed of GTX970 is ~8 CPD, GTX980 - 9.xx (same as R9 280X, but with less power consumption).

I am interested to know if it will be using CUDA or OpenCL for Nvidia? My guess is OpenCL as it is a nightmare to recode everything in CUDA and then maintain two versions, but CUDA should be quite a bit faster than OpenCL on Nvidia platform.
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Whats happenned? Why my account balance become too small?
Now pool make payments without 2,5-3 day delay (15 minutes maximum), check your wallet Smiley I'll add message on web site about it.

I am interested to know if it will be using CUDA or OpenCL for Nvidia? My guess is OpenCL as it is a nightmare to recode everything in CUDA and then maintain two versions, but CUDA should be quite a bit faster than OpenCL on Nvidia platform.
I'm using OpenCL with diffenent implementation for some functions.. and don't see a much speed difference between CUDA and OpenCL on same code.
NVidia Maxwell GPUs required different sieve implementation, if I create it, GTX970 will do 9-9,5CPD, GTX980 up to 11CPD, but it not easy Sad

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I'm using OpenCL with diffenent implementation for some functions.. and don't see a much speed difference between CUDA and OpenCL on same code.
NVidia Maxwell GPUs required different sieve implementation, if I create it, GTX970 will do 9-9,5CPD, GTX980 up to 11CPD, but it not easy Sad

You should be right as you are the expert. My thinking is simply based on the fact Cuda being more "native" on Nvidia platform and miners using Cuda (e.g. ccminer) seem to be much faster than OpenCL miner on those X11/13/15 algorithm.
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My thinking is simply based on the fact Cuda being more "native" on Nvidia platform and miners using Cuda (e.g. ccminer) seem to be much faster than OpenCL miner on those X11/13/15 algorithm.
NVidia GPUs have some features accessible only from CUDA.. may be X11 and other miners uses it.

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what about profitability vs x11?
i am asking regarding daily $ payouts excluding power consumption
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what about profitability vs x11?
i am asking regarding daily $ payouts excluding power consumption
thanks

There is a profit calc on his website http://xpmforall.org
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Statistics does not work on the pool. Address constantly disappears. How to deal?
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My thinking is simply based on the fact Cuda being more "native" on Nvidia platform and miners using Cuda (e.g. ccminer) seem to be much faster than OpenCL miner on those X11/13/15 algorithm.
NVidia GPUs have some features accessible only from CUDA.. may be X11 and other miners uses it.

Assuming XPM uses bignum stuff - I'm pretty sure it does, but I've barely looked at the code - CUDA should provide a speedup, if done correctly. Might need PTX assembly, though.

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Can it work well on 5970 GPU-s?
It is working with Claymore miner 3x 5970 only 11cpd any driver any version of Claymore miner!!
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NVidia GPUs have some features accessible only from CUDA.. may be X11 and other miners uses itAssuming XPM uses bignum stuff - I'm pretty sure it does, but I've barely looked at the code - CUDA should provide a speedup, if done correctly. Might need PTX assembly, though.
PTX assembly available in OpenCL too.
https://developer.nvidia.com/opencl - see "Using Inline PTX with OpenCL" example.

Can it work well on 5970 GPU-s?
It is working with Claymore miner 3x 5970 only 11cpd any driver any version of Claymore miner!!
I have kernel for HD5xxx GPUs, but this GPU not suitable for XPM mining, too low speed compare to GCN HD7xxx & R9 2xx cards.

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NVidia GPUs have some features accessible only from CUDA.. may be X11 and other miners uses itAssuming XPM uses bignum stuff - I'm pretty sure it does, but I've barely looked at the code - CUDA should provide a speedup, if done correctly. Might need PTX assembly, though.
PTX assembly available in OpenCL too.
https://developer.nvidia.com/opencl - see "Using Inline PTX with OpenCL" example.

Can it work well on 5970 GPU-s?
It is working with Claymore miner 3x 5970 only 11cpd any driver any version of Claymore miner!!
I have kernel for HD5xxx GPUs, but this GPU not suitable for XPM mining, too low speed compare to GCN HD7xxx & R9 2xx cards.

So it is. But in my opinion, CUDA is simply a lot easier and nicer to code with.

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But in my opinion, CUDA is simply a lot easier and nicer to code with.
For me not so much difference.
But some NVidia features not accessible through OpenCL, for example http://acceleware.com/blog/keplers-shuffle-instruction

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I am test running it on 7950 1150/1550 how much  cpd should I expect?


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unfortunately the card clocks fluctuate as well as usage and CPD stays at 5.5...

how can i stop usage fluctuation?

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Update.

my r9 290 mines away at 14.2 CPD (1000/1300)

I solved the throttling on 7950,seems it is hitting a wattage wall.

However at 1000/1550 the card gets only 5.3 CPD is this normal for a 7950, I thought it should be over 8 CPD

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Update.

my r9 290 mines away at 14.2 CPD (1000/1300)

I solved the throttling on 7950,seems it is hitting a wattage wall.

However at 1000/1550 the card gets only 5.3 CPD is this normal for a 7950, I thought it should be over 8 CPD
What drivers on r9 290? I only 13.8 have ....
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Update.

my r9 290 mines away at 14.2 CPD (1000/1300)

I solved the throttling on 7950,seems it is hitting a wattage wall.

However at 1000/1550 the card gets only 5.3 CPD is this normal for a 7950, I thought it should be over 8 CPD
What drivers on r9 290? I only 13.8 have ....

14.12 omega drivers.

on 7950 the same but i get only 5.3 , with claymore i get 7,3 same clocks...

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Update.

my r9 290 mines away at 14.2 CPD (1000/1300)

I solved the throttling on 7950,seems it is hitting a wattage wall.

However at 1000/1550 the card gets only 5.3 CPD is this normal for a 7950, I thought it should be over 8 CPD
What drivers on r9 290? I only 13.8 have ....

14.12 omega drivers.

on 7950 the same but i get only 5.3 , with claymore i get 7,3 same clocks...
7950 I get 7,8-8 on 14.7 driver
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Update.

my r9 290 mines away at 14.2 CPD (1000/1300)

I solved the throttling on 7950,seems it is hitting a wattage wall.

However at 1000/1550 the card gets only 5.3 CPD is this normal for a 7950, I thought it should be over 8 CPD
What drivers on r9 290? I only 13.8 have ....

14.12 omega drivers.

on 7950 the same but i get only 5.3 , with claymore i get 7,3 same clocks...
7950 I get 7,8-8 on 14.7 driver

have you tweaked any settings in the conf?

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Update.

my r9 290 mines away at 14.2 CPD (1000/1300)

I solved the throttling on 7950,seems it is hitting a wattage wall.

However at 1000/1550 the card gets only 5.3 CPD is this normal for a 7950, I thought it should be over 8 CPD
What drivers on r9 290? I only 13.8 have ....

14.12 omega drivers.

on 7950 the same but i get only 5.3 , with claymore i get 7,3 same clocks...
7950 I get 7,8-8 on 14.7 driver
No. All default

have you tweaked any settings in the conf?
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where the wallet is downloaded? or working directly on the exchange?

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where the wallet is downloaded? or working directly on the exchange?
http://primecoin.io/downloads.php
You also can try use address from exchange (Cryptsy or other), it must work.

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Hi, is there still plan to support Nvidia by v10?
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Hi, is there still plan to support Nvidia by v10?
I have unfinished miner for NVidia 750Ti / GTX970 / GTX980, but performance too low compare to AMD GPUs (~6 CPD on GTX970 and ~7.5 CPD on GTX980, it's 1/2 of R9 290X speed).

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Does it support Nvidia GK104 GPU? if so, do you mind for release first version to support Nvidia ?
or let me know if you want to know the executing result on GK104 GPU, thanks.
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Does it support Nvidia GK104 GPU? if so, do you mid for release first version to support Nvidia ?
GK104 not supported, miner works only with Maxwell GPUs (750Ti, GTX970, GTX980, Titan X).

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Got this and no further question now, please keep research for Nvidia solution, hope it can be improve performance and release soon Smiley
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Hello ,
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http://mining.ypool.net/xpm/stats_blocks

1104724   fan1981   8.600   457973.58   2015-06-14 15:47:15   Confirmations left: 998
1104723   DARTAN   8.600   462977.03   2015-06-14 15:46:18   Confirmations left: 997

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1104724   b0aal3e6e....4bl8619d8   14/06/15   15:46:52   9   860000000
1104723   b7509cdb....3e6791518   14/06/15   15:46:11   10   860000000

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1104724   b0aal3e6e....4bl8619d8   14/06/15   15:46:52   9   860000000
1104723   b7509cdb....3e6791518   14/06/15   15:46:11   10   860000000
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Hi eXtremal ,

I had some balance (more than 4 xpm), but would not become to paid.
Could you check if any wrong on xpmforall?
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on the calculator says 300 xpm, actually 2 times less. Why?

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Hi eXtremal ,

The paid starting to increasing, bug seems to be a little slowly.
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on the calculator says 300 xpm, actually 2 times less. Why?
1. Too high orphan rate (more than 10%) last 24 hours (ypool and solo mining have same problem, low difficulty and high network speed).
2. Calculator uses 30/1 10ch/11ch ratio. Now 5433/150=36.22, -20% pool luck.

I have checked payouts to other adresses, all have payouts ~calculator - 30% (some users have 170-190CPD and payouts 264-304 XPM). Now you mine 15 hours, but compare your payments with "XPM per day" value.

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The paid starting to increasing, bug seems to be a little slowly.
Pool can't pay instantly with current block rate (1200 on xpmforall and 800 on ypool, normal rate is 1440 totally) can be 3-4 hours delay.

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Hello. I'm using the 9.4.1 version of the miner. 8.1 Windows 64 Driver 14.12
I get 5.6 CPD to 280X (1100\1500) , config file by default. What am I doing wrong? Why such a low speed?
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Hello. I'm using the 9.4.1 version of the miner. 8.1 Windows 64 Driver 14.12
I get 5.6 CPD to 280X (1100\1500) , config file by default. What am I doing wrong? Why such a low speed?
Use 14.4 - 14.7 drivers, 14.12 60% slower.
I will add this to first post.

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14.7 driver set
280X = 7.5 CPD  Sad
 How to get 10 CPD ?
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14.7 driver set
280X = 7.5 CPD  Sad
 How to get 10 CPD ?
If you use Windows, you can try set GPU, memory clock and powertune with MSI afterburner, or try different catalyst version (14.6, 14.4).

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June 15, 2015, 03:29:45 PM
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New version 9.4 with next speedup: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ny027u62vbeb2u5/xpmclient_v9.4.tar.gz?dl=0
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Radeon R9 290X @ 1000/1250 (stock) - 14.9 CPD
  R9 290X @ 1040/1500 - 15.35CPD
Radeon R9 290 @ 947/1250 (stock) - 13.2 CPD
Radeon R9 280X @ 1000/1250 (stock) - 9.35 CPD
  R9 280X @ 1100/1500 - 10.25CPD

I have a R9 290 and have a few questions:

- Which driver will give me the best performance?

- Can I also use a CPU miner while running this program? My experience in the past is that CPU miners really cut into the performance of GPU miners. Any tips for this?

- I hear my fans turn down and then up when new work comes in. Is this normal? The Claymore miner doesn't seem to do this.

Thank you.
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- Which driver will give me the best performance?
Catalyst 14.4 - 14.7.

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- Can I also use a CPU miner while running this program? My experience in the past is that CPU miners really cut into the performance of GPU miners. Any tips for this?
You can try and post results here.

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I hear my fans turn down and then up when new work comes in. Is this normal? The Claymore miner doesn't seem to do this.
Normal time for getting new work equals ping to xpmforall.org:
Code:
Work received: height=1107707 diff=10.828171 latency=39ms
But sometimes pool answers to client with some delay:
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Work received: height=1107696 diff=10.828003 latency=212ms
Latency more than 1 second is enough to decrease GPU temperature and fan speed. Use manual control for fan speed (line "fanspeed" in config.txt file).

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gr8 work, works out of the box for 4x 7950 and 1x 290x (with 15.5 beta driver just fine 14CPD), would be nice if mining calculator had option to include the orphan rate in last 24h so ppl would not moan on low profit btw...

miner is good it looks like it trashing the GPU at the max, power usage looks even more then with scrypt mining or somewhere there

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I used several AMD gpu's on my rigs. I only mine on new coins early on with them. I've heard a lot of good things on nvidia cards for mining too.

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And have a miner for CPU Primecoin?
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Miner does not work

Error: -11
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And have a miner for CPU Primecoin?
Yes, for other pools (ypool, etc). Difficulty too high for CPU mining now.

Miner does not work
Error: -11
I think you use Catalyst 13.x, install 14.4 drivers.

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Good evening. My English is bad. Please izveinit me for Google translator

I have a problem, I connect their rigs to your pool.
But only one bullet shows up to 2 or rigs. The rest is not visible in the statistics ...

  program miners working on drilling rigs. Shows accepted and CPD.
What could be the problem?
Please help ... And then on ypool payment I do not like ...
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Question: so in the config file it has "-1" as meaning don't change for the corefreq, etc. What if I want to change these? What value do I add? I tried changing the corefreq in Afterburner, but it shows up lower when the program starts.
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And have a miner for CPU Primecoin?
Yes, for other pools (ypool, etc). Difficulty too high for CPU mining now.

Miner does not work
Error: -11
I think you use Catalyst 13.x, install 14.4 drivers.

Install the driver 14.4. Now the miner works.
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I`m using good old Drivers only without ccc 14.2 beta 1.3
Voltage gpu and mem clock can be changed from AB and from config. Just don`t put some strange frequency in config.txt like 750 mhz for mem it will raise memory to max. 1600 mhz in my case, Asus 280x dc2t
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eXtremal, why xpmforall.org server is re-starting very frequently? This makes our workers less efficient.
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why xpmforall.org server is re-starting very frequently? This makes our workers less efficient.
Because a blockchain synchronization problem when pool node works a long time with a very high block rate. Without restarting other miners (such as ypool) get too much orphans it's not good for primecoin network.
With periodic restarting your workers lost about 0,1% XPM / day, not much? Smiley

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Hello!

After starting the xpmclient_v9.4.1 hanging message: Connecting to frontend: xpmforall.org:6666 and nothing happens

Please, help.

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After starting the xpmclient_v9.4.1 hanging message: Connecting to frontend: xpmforall.org:6666 and nothing happens
Port 6666 is closed at your network, check firewall.

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After starting the xpmclient_v9.4.1 hanging message: Connecting to frontend: xpmforall.org:6666 and nothing happens
Port 6666 is closed at your network, check firewall.

Port 6666 is open. Telnet connected.
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Port 6666 is open. Telnet connected.
Miner also use ports 60000-60007.

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Port 6666 is open. Telnet connected.
Miner also use ports 60000-60007.

On this computer all ports are open. Xpmclient started for the first time.
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Your server is great!

why xpmforall.org server is re-starting very frequently? This makes our workers less efficient.
Because a blockchain synchronization problem when pool node works a long time with a very high block rate. Without restarting other miners (such as ypool) get too much orphans it's not good for primecoin network.
With periodic restarting your workers lost about 0,1% XPM / day, not much? Smiley
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Version 10.0beta with NVidia support available: https://www.dropbox.com/s/elfyuy2dvknb0s5/xpmclient_v10.0beta.tar.gz?dl=0
Miner not optimized for NV cards now, mining XPM using it may not be profitable, wait speedups in next versions.

GTX980 results on linux with 352.21 drivers.
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[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108715 fermat=306775/sec cpd=6.11/day                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
(ST/INV/DUP): 5x 7ch(0/0/0) 1x 9ch(0/0/0)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
Share accepted.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
Share accepted.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
Work received: height=1130852 diff=10.931094 latency=364ms                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108641 fermat=307713/sec cpd=6.09/day                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
(ST/INV/DUP): 7x 7ch(0/0/0) 1x 9ch(0/0/0)

For AMD upgrade from stable 9.4.1 version not need

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Great news. Still waiting for boost Nvidia cards
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Version 10.0beta with NVidia support available: https://www.dropbox.com/s/elfyuy2dvknb0s5/xpmclient_v10.0beta.tar.gz?dl=0
Miner not optimized for NV cards now, mining XPM using it may not be profitable, wait speedups in next versions.

GTX980 results on linux with 352.21 drivers.
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[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108715 fermat=306775/sec cpd=6.11/day                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
(ST/INV/DUP): 5x 7ch(0/0/0) 1x 9ch(0/0/0)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
Share accepted.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
Share accepted.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
Work received: height=1130852 diff=10.931094 latency=364ms                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108641 fermat=307713/sec cpd=6.09/day                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
(ST/INV/DUP): 7x 7ch(0/0/0) 1x 9ch(0/0/0)

For AMD upgrade from stable 9.4.1 version not need

Can you explain with is different with this build? I tried it and I'm getting slower performance than with the previous version. I'm running 14.4 drivers. Thanks.
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Can you explain with is different with this build? I tried it and I'm getting slower performance than with the previous version. I'm running 14.4 drivers. Thanks.
What GPU you use and how much CPD you see?
Can you run benchmarks (xpmclient -b) with versions 9.4.1 and 10.0?

GeForce GTX 750Ti results:
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[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108085 fermat=92557/sec cpd=1.74/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 1369x 7ch(29/0/7) 154x 8ch(3/0/0) 13x 9ch(0/0/0) 3x 10ch(1/0/0)
Work received: height=1136229 diff=10.940961 latency=44ms
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 2
Share accepted.
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 3
Share accepted.
[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108085 fermat=93735/sec cpd=1.76/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 1371x 7ch(29/0/7) 154x 8ch(3/0/0) 13x 9ch(0/0/0) 3x 10ch(1/0/0)

XPM mining with 750Ti can be profitable after optimizations, if performance reaches 4+ CPD.. I think, it possible Smiley

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found platform[0] name = 'NVIDIA CUDA'
Found 6 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Using device 1 as GPU 1
Using device 2 as GPU 2
Using device 3 as GPU 3
Using device 4 as GPU 4
Using device 5 as GPU 5
Compiling ...
Source: 236814 bytes
binsize = 1585831 bytes
OpenCL error: -30 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/xpmclient.cpp:1027



Any help  ??
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found platform[0] name = 'NVIDIA CUDA'
Found 6 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Using device 1 as GPU 1
Using device 2 as GPU 2
Using device 3 as GPU 3
Using device 4 as GPU 4
Using device 5 as GPU 5
Compiling ...
Source: 236814 bytes
binsize = 1585831 bytes
OpenCL error: -30 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/xpmclient.cpp:1027
Post more information - OS, GPUs, driver version, your config.txt (if it was changed).

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Anyone tried older 6xxx and 5xxx card's with new beta miner?
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Yes... Ati 5970 only 2.8 cpd  Undecided , 6970 ~2cpd
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Yes... Ati 5970 only 2.8 cpd  Undecided , 6970 ~2cpd
Can you run benchmarks (xpmclient -b) and post results for 5970 and 6970 cards ?

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yes...give me few min.
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yes...give me few min.

2 x 6970

Found 2 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Using device 1 as GPU 1
prepare_adl success
GPU 0 iAdapterIndex 0 strUDID PCI_VEN_1002&DEV_6718&SUBSYS_0B001002&REV_00_4&31
4D47F&0&0018A iBusNumber 2 iDeviceNumber 0 iFunctionNumber 0 iVendorID 1002 str
dapterName  AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series
GPU 1 iAdapterIndex 6 strUDID PCI_VEN_1002&DEV_6718&SUBSYS_0B001002&REV_00_4&3B
5DC7D&0&0010A iBusNumber 1 iDeviceNumber 0 iFunctionNumber 0 iVendorID 1002 str
dapterName  AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series
GPU 0 AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series hardware monitoring enabled
GPU 1 AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series hardware monitoring enabled
Cayman; 24 compute units
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 240.001ms (559.238M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 210.000ms (639.132M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 290.000ms (462.820M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 175.000ms (0.749M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 225.001ms (0.583M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 189.707
 Hash per iteration: 37.172 (0.000443 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.740

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 4408 by GPU: 4416
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 21.224 G
 * iteration time: 25.938ms
 * candidates per second: 143378.743
 * candidates per iteration: 3718.89 (1578.58 320bit, 2140.31 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.738/1

Cayman; 24 compute units
square 320 bits: 200.000ms (671.089M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 195.000ms (688.296M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 255.000ms (526.344M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 225.000ms (596.523M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 300.000ms (447.392M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 190.000ms (0.690M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 240.000ms (0.546M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 189.239
 Hash per iteration: 37.641 (0.000449 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.589

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 3566 by GPU: 3570
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 21.097 G
 * iteration time: 26.094ms
 * candidates per second: 141230.969
 * candidates per iteration: 3685.25 (1473.55 320bit, 2211.70 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.666/1

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yes...give me few min.

5970


found platform[0] name = 'AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing'
Found 4 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Using device 1 as GPU 1
prepare_adl success
GPU 0 iAdapterIndex 0 strUDID PCI_VEN_1002&DEV_689C&SUBSYS_20421002&REV_00_6&215
5A4DD&0&00400018A iBusNumber 8 iDeviceNumber 0 iFunctionNumber 0 iVendorID 1002
strAdapterName  AMD Radeon HD 5900 Series
GPU 1 iAdapterIndex 1 strUDID PCI_VEN_1002&DEV_689C&SUBSYS_20421002&REV_00_6&300
44ABD&0&00400010A iBusNumber 4 iDeviceNumber 0 iFunctionNumber 0 iVendorID 1002
strAdapterName  AMD Radeon HD 5900 Series
GPU 2 iAdapterIndex 3 strUDID PCI_VEN_1002&DEV_689C&SUBSYS_25421002&REV_00_6&24B
9C14F&0&00200010A iBusNumber 3 iDeviceNumber 0 iFunctionNumber 0 iVendorID 1002
strAdapterName  AMD Radeon HD 5900 Series
GPU 3 iAdapterIndex 6 strUDID PCI_VEN_1002&DEV_689C&SUBSYS_25421002&REV_00_6&2CA
02E4B&0&00200018A iBusNumber 7 iDeviceNumber 0 iFunctionNumber 0 iVendorID 1002
strAdapterName  AMD Radeon HD 5900 Series
GPU 0 AMD Radeon HD 5900 Series hardware monitoring enabled
GPU 1 AMD Radeon HD 5900 Series hardware monitoring enabled
GPU 2 AMD Radeon HD 5900 Series hardware monitoring enabled
GPU 3 AMD Radeon HD 5900 Series hardware monitoring enabled
set_powertune(0, -1) failed.
set_powertune(1, -1) failed.
set_powertune(2, -1) failed.
set_powertune(3, -1) failed.
Cypress; 20 compute units
square 320 bits: 140.000ms (958.698M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 135.001ms (994.198M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 165.000ms (813.441M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 170.001ms (789.511M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 190.001ms (706.405M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 125.000ms (1.049M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 155.001ms (0.846M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 137.483
 Hash per iteration: 38.891 (0.000464 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.627

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 3454 by GPU: 3459
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 14.080 G
 * iteration time: 39.098ms
 * candidates per second: 93912.251
 * candidates per iteration: 3671.82 (1422.21 320bit, 2249.61 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.632/1

Cypress; 20 compute units
square 320 bits: 125.000ms (1073.742M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 135.000ms (994.205M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 160.001ms (838.856M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 160.000ms (838.861M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 175.000ms (766.958M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 125.001ms (1.049M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 165.000ms (0.794M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 136.957
 Hash per iteration: 39.063 (0.000466 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.673

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 2897 by GPU: 2903
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 14.082 G
 * iteration time: 39.094ms
 * candidates per second: 91983.829
 * candidates per iteration: 3596.00 (1628.66 320bit, 1967.34 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.828/1
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I see that HD6xxx cards require whole kernel optimization, not only sieve Sad For compare, R9 290:

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square 320 bits: 40.524ms (3312.055M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 49.931ms (2688.064M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 48.891ms (2745.244M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 60.490ms (2218.842M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 38.432ms (3.410M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 47.956ms (2.733M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 550.495
 Hash per iteration: 37.938 (0.000452 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.712

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 8077 by GPU: 8082
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 94.933 G
 * iteration time: 5.799ms
 * candidates per second: 1282165.428
 * candidates per iteration: 7435.11 (2711.41 320bit, 4723.70 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.574/1
HD5970 shows good results on Fermat test, only 3.5 times slower than R9 290.

I also intrest in benchmarks of old GeForce GTX 6xx/7xx cards, 980Ti and Fury X Smiley

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Thanks.
I see that HD6xxx cards require whole kernel optimization, not only sieve Sad For compare, R9 290:

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square 320 bits: 40.524ms (3312.055M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 49.931ms (2688.064M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 48.891ms (2745.244M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 60.490ms (2218.842M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 38.432ms (3.410M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 47.956ms (2.733M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 550.495
 Hash per iteration: 37.938 (0.000452 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.712

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 8077 by GPU: 8082
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 94.933 G
 * iteration time: 5.799ms
 * candidates per second: 1282165.428
 * candidates per iteration: 7435.11 (2711.41 320bit, 4723.70 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.574/1
HD5970 shows good results on Fermat test, only 3.5 times slower than R9 290.

I also intrest in benchmarks of old GeForce GTX 6xx/7xx cards, 980Ti and Fury X Smiley

No problem. I can make benchmark with gtx 750ti...
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found platform[0] name = 'NVIDIA CUDA'
Found 1 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Compiling ...
Source: 236814 bytes
binsize = 1457339 bytes
GeForce GTX 780 Ti; 15 compute units
square 320 bits: 95.020ms (1412.521M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 95.011ms (1412.655M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 81.012ms (1656.764M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 119.026ms (1127.634M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 99.012ms (1355.570M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 63.016ms (2.080M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 93.600ms (1.400M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 294.142
 Hash per iteration: 38.094 (0.000454 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.675

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 6999 by GPU: 7004
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 11.071 G
 * iteration time: 49.725ms
 * candidates per second: 148849.023
 * candidates per iteration: 7401.58 (3123.05 320bit, 4278.53 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.730/1
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Thanks.
I see that HD6xxx cards require whole kernel optimization, not only sieve Sad For compare, R9 290:

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square 320 bits: 40.524ms (3312.055M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 49.931ms (2688.064M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 48.891ms (2745.244M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 60.490ms (2218.842M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 38.432ms (3.410M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 47.956ms (2.733M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 550.495
 Hash per iteration: 37.938 (0.000452 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.712

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 8077 by GPU: 8082
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 94.933 G
 * iteration time: 5.799ms
 * candidates per second: 1282165.428
 * candidates per iteration: 7435.11 (2711.41 320bit, 4723.70 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.574/1
HD5970 shows good results on Fermat test, only 3.5 times slower than R9 290.

I also intrest in benchmarks of old GeForce GTX 6xx/7xx cards, 980Ti and Fury X Smiley

No problem. I can make benchmark with gtx 750ti...

750ti

found platform[0] name = 'NVIDIA CUDA'
Found 4 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Using device 1 as GPU 1
Using device 2 as GPU 2
Using device 3 as GPU 3
Compiling ...
Source: 236815 bytes
binsize = 1550311 bytes
GeForce GTX 750 Ti; 5 compute units
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 255.000ms (526.344M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 210.000ms (639.132M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 260.000ms (516.222M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 230.000ms (0.570M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 285.001ms (0.460M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 139.810
 Hash per iteration: 36.734 (0.000438 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.654

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836
GeForce GTX 750 Ti; 5 compute units
square 320 bits: 180.001ms (745.650M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 257.002ms (522.244M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 210.000ms (639.132M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 265.001ms (506.480M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 235.001ms (0.558M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 277.002ms (0.473M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 139.194
 Hash per iteration: 38.797 (0.000462 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.667

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836
GeForce GTX 750 Ti; 5 compute units
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 250.000ms (536.871M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 212.001ms (633.100M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 262.001ms (512.279M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 230.000ms (0.570M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 280.000ms (0.468M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 140.985
 Hash per iteration: 36.391 (0.000434 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.745

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836
GeForce GTX 750 Ti; 5 compute units
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 180.000ms (745.654M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 255.001ms (526.342M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 215.000ms (624.269M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 265.001ms (506.480M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 232.004ms (0.565M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 277.002ms (0.473M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 139.194
 Hash per iteration: 37.313 (0.000445 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.561

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836
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I see that HD6xxx cards require whole kernel optimization, not only sieve Sad For compare, R9 290:

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square 320 bits: 40.524ms (3312.055M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 49.931ms (2688.064M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 48.891ms (2745.244M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 60.490ms (2218.842M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 38.432ms (3.410M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 47.956ms (2.733M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 550.495
 Hash per iteration: 37.938 (0.000452 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.712

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 8077 by GPU: 8082
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 94.933 G
 * iteration time: 5.799ms
 * candidates per second: 1282165.428
 * candidates per iteration: 7435.11 (2711.41 320bit, 4723.70 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.574/1
HD5970 shows good results on Fermat test, only 3.5 times slower than R9 290.

I also intrest in benchmarks of old GeForce GTX 6xx/7xx cards, 980Ti and Fury X Smiley

Is there any chance for optimization in near future for Nvidia 750ti ?
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780ti

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 11.071 G
Same problem as HD5xxx & HD6xxx, need another implementation of sieve.

*** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836
Hmm.. what driver version and config.txt you use ?

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Is there any chance for optimization in near future for Nvidia 750ti ?
I don't know speed limit of 750Ti and other cards, I'll try find it. It's easy to make 2+ CPD with 750Ti (now only 1.75), I'll release new version with optimizations for NVidia soon.

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Can you explain with is different with this build? I tried it and I'm getting slower performance than with the previous version. I'm running 14.4 drivers. Thanks.
What GPU you use and how much CPD you see?
Can you run benchmarks (xpmclient -b) with versions 9.4.1 and 10.0?

GeForce GTX 750Ti results:
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[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108085 fermat=92557/sec cpd=1.74/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 1369x 7ch(29/0/7) 154x 8ch(3/0/0) 13x 9ch(0/0/0) 3x 10ch(1/0/0)
Work received: height=1136229 diff=10.940961 latency=44ms
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 2
Share accepted.
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 3
Share accepted.
[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108085 fermat=93735/sec cpd=1.76/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 1371x 7ch(29/0/7) 154x 8ch(3/0/0) 13x 9ch(0/0/0) 3x 10ch(1/0/0)

XPM mining with 750Ti can be profitable after optimizations, if performance reaches 4+ CPD.. I think, it possible Smiley

So to answer your question, I'm running an R9 290. I was getting about 9 CPD with the new version and the older version I'm getting about 14 CPD. (I know this isn't the benchmark you were looking for but I'm away from my computer.) Again, I'm running the 14.4 drivers.

What performance are you seeing with an R9 290? It the performance lower because I'm using older drivers? If so, which version would you recommend?

Thanks!
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*** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836
Hmm.. what driver version and config.txt you use ?

Nvidia 750ti Driver version 347.88
standard config:

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# Platform:
#  "amd": AMD GCN cards
#  "amd legacy": AMD HD5xxx & HD6xxx cards
#  "nvidia": NVidia Maxwell cards
platform = "nvidia";

# GPU crash handling (properly untested feature):
# 0 - do nothing
# 1 - close miner application
# 2 - reboot system (need superuser rights)
onCrash = "0";

# - Valid cpuload range: 0 to 4
# - More than 2 does not make sense
# - You can use 0 for really slow CPUs
cpuload = "1";

# Target Cunningham chain length, default = 10
target = "10";

# Sieve size in stripes (1 stripe = 16384 bits), recommended 420 for AMD, 210 for NVidia
# Big sieve size gives more candidates with less prime probability
sieveSize = "210";

# Weave depth (primes number count using by sieve), recommended 40960 for AMD, 65536 for NVidia
# Big weave depth increases prime probability, but sieve generate less candidates
weaveDepth = "65536";

# Sieve layers number, optimal value is target*2, default = 20
width = "20";

# Sieve window size. Recommended values:
# AMD GPUs: 4096
# NVidia GeForce 750Ti: 8188
# Other NVidia Maxwell GPUs: 12284
windowSize = "8188";

# - The following settings have one entry per GPU
# - If you have more than 4 just add more entries or leave it as is to use defaults
# - All entries must be separated by commas and set between double quotes

# 0 = don't use device
# 1 = use device
devices =        ["1", "0", "0", "0", "0"];

# Primorial 13 is optimal
sieveprimorial = ["13", "13", "13", "13", "13"];

# sieves per round value, default = 5
sievePerRound = ["5", "5", "5", "5", "5"];

# -1 means don't change
corefreq =       ["-1", "-1", "-1", "-1", "-1"];
memfreq =        ["-1", "-1", "-1", "-1", "-1"];
powertune =      ["-1", "-1", "-1", "-1", "-1"];
fanspeed =       ["-1", "-1", "-1", "-1", "-1"];
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Can you explain with is different with this build? I tried it and I'm getting slower performance than with the previous version. I'm running 14.4 drivers. Thanks.
What GPU you use and how much CPD you see?
Can you run benchmarks (xpmclient -b) with versions 9.4.1 and 10.0?

GeForce GTX 750Ti results:
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[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108085 fermat=92557/sec cpd=1.74/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 1369x 7ch(29/0/7) 154x 8ch(3/0/0) 13x 9ch(0/0/0) 3x 10ch(1/0/0)
Work received: height=1136229 diff=10.940961 latency=44ms
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 2
Share accepted.
GPU 0 found share: 7-ch type 3
Share accepted.
[GPU 0] T=-1C A=-1% E=0 primes=0.108085 fermat=93735/sec cpd=1.76/day
(ST/INV/DUP): 1371x 7ch(29/0/7) 154x 8ch(3/0/0) 13x 9ch(0/0/0) 3x 10ch(1/0/0)

XPM mining with 750Ti can be profitable after optimizations, if performance reaches 4+ CPD.. I think, it possible Smiley
Any suggestions about 970/980 performance after optimizations?
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Got some weird issue with drivers,
WARNING: Linking two modules of different data layouts!
WARNING: Linking two modules of different target triples: 'amdil64-pc-unknown-am
dopencl' and 'amdil-pc-unknown-amdopencl'

Now this wouldn't be unexpected if i had say changed the driver version since the last time i ran the miner (which i haven't)
So drivers are the same 14.4 modded (so i can run 5 cards) but now they throw this error at the start and no longer perform at 9.4 cpd but instead 6 cpd what in the world could cause this???

Edit: This is happening on 2 rigs both previously working and without any change to drivers; one has 3 x 280x and running 14.7 rc3 the other 5 x 280x 14.4 modded drivers. On the 3x 280x rig i ran amd cleanup utility to remove drivers and re-installed 14.7rc3 but i still get the same warning and speed is only 6cpd. On the 5x 280x rig i ran amd cleanup and re-installed 14.4 modded drivers still get same warning and same 6 cpd. #mindfuck!

Edit2: Simple solution, delete kernel.bin forcing it to recompile everything works again.
It seems the average cpd is lower after recompiling kernel.bin 8.5 cpd instead of 9.4 cpd
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With some other miners it is possible to put the opencl files into the folder with the miner and prevent the need to change drivers, is this something you would consider doing? It would be extremely useful in particular for rigs that need to use modded drivers.
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Any suggestions about 970/980 performance after optimizations?
After 2-3 days I'll release new beta version with optimizations for all NV cards.

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So to answer your question, I'm running an R9 290. I was getting about 9 CPD with the new version and the older version I'm getting about 14 CPD.
Use stable 9.4.1 version for AMD cards, 10.0beta don't have any AMD optimizations.
My tests says that 10.0beta have same speed as 9.4.1 on Linux/catalyst 14.4  and Windows/catalyst 14.6.

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It seems the average cpd is lower after recompiling kernel.bin 8.5 cpd instead of 9.4 cpd
8.5 cpd with drivers 14.4 modded, or 14.7rc3? Or both ?

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With some other miners it is possible to put the opencl files into the folder with the miner and prevent the need to change drivers, is this something you would consider doing?
What opencl files do you mean ? Sources in 'gpu' folder, compiled kernel 'kernel.bin' in root miner's directory.

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Any suggestions about 970/980 performance after optimizations?
After 2-3 days I'll release new beta version with optimizations for all NV cards.

Quote from: CoffeeCat
So to answer your question, I'm running an R9 290. I was getting about 9 CPD with the new version and the older version I'm getting about 14 CPD.
Use stable 9.4.1 version for AMD cards, 10.0beta don't have any AMD optimizations.
My tests says that 10.0beta have same speed as 9.4.1 on Linux/catalyst 14.4  and Windows/catalyst 14.6.

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It seems the average cpd is lower after recompiling kernel.bin 8.5 cpd instead of 9.4 cpd
8.5 cpd with drivers 14.4 modded, or 14.7rc3? Or both ?

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With some other miners it is possible to put the opencl files into the folder with the miner and prevent the need to change drivers, is this something you would consider doing?
What opencl files do you mean ? Sources in 'gpu' folder, compiled kernel 'kernel.bin' in root miner's directory.

The actual driver files like amd_opencl32.dll etc, for example https://www.dropbox.com/s/wb7jihr5ibe5zu7/14.9cl.rar?dl=0 With some miners it's possible to place these in the dir with the miner so you can use different drivers without the need to install new ones.

Also 8.5CPD with both 14.4 modded and 14.7rc3

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So I'm assuming that long latency times can drop your earnings as the GPU goes for periods without getting work. Is there any way to improve this? It seems like it happens a lot. Do another pools have this problem?
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First 14ch share found by pool! Block height is 1144207.

So I'm assuming that long latency times can drop your earnings as the GPU goes for periods without getting work. Is there any way to improve this? It seems like it happens a lot. Do another pools have this problem?
High latency is a problem of original primecoind application. I have already tried to fix it, current pool version after optimizations works better, but not ideal Sad

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Also 8.5CPD with both 14.4 modded and 14.7rc3
Ok, I'll try test different versions of drivers.
Also you can try use different OS, Linux (and Windows 8.1?) does not require modded drivers for run 5+ GPUs.


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First 14ch share found by pool! Block height is 1144207.

So I'm assuming that long latency times can drop your earnings as the GPU goes for periods without getting work. Is there any way to improve this? It seems like it happens a lot. Do another pools have this problem?
High latency is a problem of original primecoind application. I have already tried to fix it, current pool version after optimizations works better, but not ideal Sad

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Also 8.5CPD with both 14.4 modded and 14.7rc3
Ok, I'll try test different versions of drivers.
Also you can try use different OS, Linux (and Windows 8.1?) does not require modded drivers for run 5+ GPUs.


Any news about optimization version for NVidia cards?
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found platform[0] name = 'AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing'
Found 1 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Compiling ...
Source: 236814 bytes
binsize = 1318152 bytes
prepare_adl success
Failed to ADL_Adapter_ID_Get. Error -5Failed to ADL_Adapter_ID_Get. Error -5ADL
found less devices than opencl!There is possibly more than one display attached
to a GPUUse the gpu map feature to reliably map OpenCL to ADLWARNING: Number of
OpenCL and ADL devices did not match!Hardware monitoring may NOT match up with d
evices!Set powertune not supported
set_powertune(0, -1) failed.
Cypress; 20 compute units
square 320 bits: 120.000ms (1118.481M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 119.000ms (1127.880M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 139.000ms (965.595M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 124.000ms (1082.401M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 163.000ms (823.422M ops/sec)
element index: 0
gmp: A13A81BA 6AFB6EC4 D5F93DF9 EE1F8DC0 6C08796C 8B29C976 5DF3364E 671DEF36 09F
CC100 00000000
gpu: D3A14E6C 0065A8B1 130EC568 55976CF1 855A01F2 8657BA6F 880780B3 053C3EB6 019
89E83 00000000
results differ!
Fermat tests 320 bits: 110.000ms (1.192M ops/sec)
element index: 0
gmp: 9C07BBCF CF6E4015 84CCD446 D94FC2E9 F3F607B2 0A8DE0F2 EC950808 B2E1EADA 596
FB284 26A0F830 00000000
gpu: 117547F1 E9A416D7 C99C4C05 12EEE851 13D3BFB8 855FB2DC 91E1C13D 9879362F 516
901F9 DE6254E6 00000000
results differ!
Fermat tests 352 bits: 129.000ms (1.016M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 179.977
 Hash per iteration: 38.047 (0.000454 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.629

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 3505 by GPU: 3508
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 13.458 G
 * iteration time: 40.906ms
 * candidates per second: 89372.422
 * candidates per iteration: 3655.89 (1579.16 320bit, 2076.73 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.760/1
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First 14ch share found by pool! Block height is 1144207.

So I'm assuming that long latency times can drop your earnings as the GPU goes for periods without getting work. Is there any way to improve this? It seems like it happens a lot. Do another pools have this problem?
High latency is a problem of original primecoind application. I have already tried to fix it, current pool version after optimizations works better, but not ideal Sad

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Also 8.5CPD with both 14.4 modded and 14.7rc3
Ok, I'll try test different versions of drivers.
Also you can try use different OS, Linux (and Windows 8.1?) does not require modded drivers for run 5+ GPUs.



I'm trying to understand why it worked perfectly before but now gives error even though I made no changes to drivers. Also why recompiling kernel.bin removes error but does not give same speed as precompiled kernel.bin? I notice a slight size difference in newly compiled kernel.bin vs precompiled one. If it helps here is a link to the newly compiled kernel.bin https://www.dropbox.com/s/qlbi7z815dnbhly/kernel.bin?dl=0
For what its worth Claymore xpm miner also gives same error.
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Any news about otimization for NVIDIA ?
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Hi all, I dig http://xpmforall.org/, address for payments made from his wallet, a miner digs, but there is still no statistics (2 hours)
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I have trouble to mine on xpmclminer.
Tried 9.4.1 and 10 beta + my addess (local and market).
W7 x64, driver 14.6
Xpmclminer default + + my addess working with 1 or 5 GPU but not "Share accepted" to rig with 3,6 GPU (7850,270).
I need change any parameters in config.txt or .... ?
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I have trouble to mine on xpmclminer.
Tried 9.4.1 and 10 beta + my addess (local and market).
W7 x64, driver 14.6
Xpmclminer default + + my addess working with 1 or 5 GPU but not "Share accepted" to rig with 3,6 GPU (7850,270).
I need change any parameters in config.txt or .... ?
Thanks!

check the computer name.
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check the computer name.
thanks!
it worked
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Any news about otimization for NVIDIA ?
same question
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Any news about otimization for NVIDIA ?
same question
with opencl it is very hard (nearly impossible) to reach top performance on nvidia. Better ask for cuda primecoin miner )))

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Any news about otimization for NVIDIA ?
same question
with opencl it is very hard (nearly impossible) to reach top performance on nvidia. Better ask for cuda primecoin miner )))

...ok...someone with cuda primecoin miner ?? Smiley
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found platform[0] name = 'NVIDIA CUDA'
Found 6 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Using device 1 as GPU 1
Using device 2 as GPU 2
Using device 3 as GPU 3
Using device 4 as GPU 4
Using device 5 as GPU 5
Compiling ...
Source: 236814 bytes
binsize = 1585831 bytes
OpenCL error: -30 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/xpmclient.cpp:1027
Post more information - OS, GPUs, driver version, your config.txt (if it was changed).

So how to solve this problem? I also meet this error message.
OS: win8.1
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found platform[0] name = 'NVIDIA CUDA'
Found 6 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
Using device 1 as GPU 1
Using device 2 as GPU 2
Using device 3 as GPU 3
Using device 4 as GPU 4
Using device 5 as GPU 5
Compiling ...
Source: 236814 bytes
binsize = 1585831 bytes
OpenCL error: -30 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/xpmclient.cpp:1027
Post more information - OS, GPUs, driver version, your config.txt (if it was changed).

So how to solve this problem? I also meet this error message.
OS: win8.1
Did you change something in config.txt ?
What driver version you use ?
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Does xpmclient can control over 10 GPUs on 1 system?
this utility would crash if assign over 10 GPUs, is this a openCL limitation or can be fix by xpmclient next ver?
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Hi,

I was trying for a long time to make work this GPU miner on my laptop (Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M) without success, and today it works  Smiley !
Code:
# ./xpmclient -b
madPrimeMiner-v1.1
ClientName = 'modulix'  ClientID = 1962103082  InstanceID = 2241023174
Address = 'AG7ofBFDfjoPNWvYapLUj2DL4KXDMSyNJA'
found platform[0] name = 'NVIDIA CUDA'
Found 1 devices
Using device 0 as GPU 0
GeForce GTX 765M; 4 compute units
square 320 bits: 315.070ms (425.993M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 323.220ms (415.252M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 244.722ms (548.450M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 363.831ms (368.901M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 297.200ms (451.607M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 229.570ms (0.571M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 276.810ms (0.474M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 37.204
 Hash per iteration: 37.266 (0.000444 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.620

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 5431 by GPU: 5435
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 2.303 G
 * iteration time: 239.022ms
 * candidates per second: 30096.465
 * candidates per iteration: 7193.70 (3017.97 320bit, 4175.73 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.723/1

Unfortunately, i needed to hack the xpmclient.cpp file to remove the test after the line 1251 about incompatible configuration :
Code:
        config_t config = miner->getConfig();
        /*
        if (config.TARGET != clKernelTarget ||
            config.PCOUNT != clKernelPCount ||
            config.STRIPES != clKernelStripes ||
            config.WIDTH != clKernelWidth ||
            config.WINDOWSIZE_ != clKernelWindowSize) {
          printf("Existing OpenCL kernel (kernel.bin) incompatible with configuration\n");
          printf("Please remove kernel.bin file and restart miner\n");
          exit(1);
        }
        */

I don't know exactly what is bad in this test, but after i tried to put in config.txt file same values as found in gpu/config.cl without success, i tried to remove the test and... now, it's ok ;-)

The values i have in my config.txt :
Code:
server = "xpmforall.org";
port = "6666";
address="xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx";
name="modulix";
cpuload="1";
platform="nvidia";
target="10";
weaveDepth="40960";
sieveSize="420";
width="20";
windowSize="4096";
devices=["1", "0", "0", "0"];

I hope that this post could enhance this great project !

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Does xpmclient can control over 10 GPUs on 1 system?
this utility would crash if assign over 10 GPUs, is this a openCL limitation or can be fix by xpmclient next ver?
10GPUs? 5xHD7990 or what? Smiley
It's not OpenCL limitation.. may be bug in xpmclient. I don't have access to rig with so much GPUs, can't test that.

Unfortunately, i needed to hack the xpmclient.cpp file to remove the test after the line 1251 about incompatible configuration :
Do you try remove kernel.bin and recompile kernel ?

Open source ZEC/XPM mining pool: http://coinsforall.io
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Last few days i noticed that XPM blockchain perhaps was forked. I may be mistaken but as i mine solo i got a different heights in my wallet of blocks than yours pool has and according https://coinplorer.com/XPM it's also different.
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Last few days i noticed that XPM blockchain perhaps was forked. I may be mistaken but as i mine solo i got a different heights in my wallet of blocks than yours pool has and according https://coinplorer.com/XPM it's also different.
Coinplorer sometimes stops synchronization up to 2-3 days, it's better to check standalone primecoin-qt wallet.

Open source ZEC/XPM mining pool: http://coinsforall.io
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Last few days i noticed that XPM blockchain perhaps was forked. I may be mistaken but as i mine solo i got a different heights in my wallet of blocks than yours pool has and according https://coinplorer.com/XPM it's also different.
Coinplorer sometimes stops synchronization up to 2-3 days, it's better to check standalone primecoin-qt wallet.


Right now i see that yours (pool) height of blocks and my wallet are the same. But this 2-3 days it was not.
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Does anyone use Fury, Fury X or Nano card?
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Does anyone use Fury, Fury X or Nano card?
How much CPD we can get from those cards?



I tried R9 Nano via this miner ~ 9.5 - 10 CPD.

With Claymore it doesn't mine, tried different Opencls. I thinks it's because he abandoned his project and don't update his miner anymore
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Does anyone use Fury, Fury X or Nano card?
How much CPD we can get from those cards?



I tried R9 Nano via this miner ~ 9.5 - 10 CPD.

With Claymore it doesn't mine, tried different Opencls. I thinks it's because he abandoned his project and don't update his miner anymore
Thats one very expensive card for 280x performance heh.
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?

I don't have R7. And my results was obtained with Claymore miner.
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?

I don't have R7. And my results was obtained with Claymore miner.
Hi - Yes it is supported.
I mine with such card R7 260X and it gave me about 3,4 CPD
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?

I don't have R7. And my results was obtained with Claymore miner.

Hi - Yes it is supported.
I mine with such card R7 260X and it gave me about 3,4 CPD

gollumist, qqqq, thank you for your answers!
hmm.. 3.4 CPD is very small. I thought that it would be the same as hd7850 (4.7 CPD).

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gollumist, qqqq, thank you for your answers!
hmm.. 3.4 CPD is very small. I thought that it would be the same as hd7850 (4.7 CPD).



Yes it is small - normally R7 260X is 1/3 of R9 280X. I try it for a lot of algorithms X11, X13, Eterum and gives around 1/3.  Only for quark gives a little bit more than 1/3 of R9 280X
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Yes it is small - normally R7 260X is 1/3 of R9 280X. I try it for a lot of algorithms X11, X13, Eterum and gives around 1/3.  Only for quark gives a little bit more than 1/3 of R9 280X

I am trying to compare the characteristics of some cards, but do not understand what is crucial. Core frequency? At the moment I only understood that the frequency of memory and amount of memory are not very important.
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why not pay to 12/27/2015?  AQxUY5wZsUsnVveuSugFdr4tLPkwzmBNNT
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Hello!
I'm mining on HD 7850 (it's about 4.7 CPD).
Anyone tried to use new analog of this card - R7 260X (or another R7 series, there are no R7 in "GPUs supportes" at the first message of this topic).

Maybe you mean R9 270 which is analog 7850 i guess

R9 270 ~ 5,4 CPD (950/1400) Downvolted to 1,0v

Hello, qqqq!
I mean exactly R7. Is it supported with this miner?

I don't have R7. And my results was obtained with Claymore miner.

Hi - Yes it is supported.
I mine with such card R7 260X and it gave me about 3,4 CPD

gollumist, qqqq, thank you for your answers!
hmm.. 3.4 CPD is very small. I thought that it would be the same as hd7850 (4.7 CPD).



The 260X is effectively a 7790 (Bonaire core) with 892SP and only a 128bit bus.

OTOH, the 265 is a what amounts to a 7830, or R9 270LE.  It is a Pitcairn class chip with a 256bit bus and 1024SP.  Frankly put, the 265 has no business being labeled as a R7 class chip and/or in 26x nomenclature. 

If you think back to the 5xxx series, the 265 is pretty much the 5830 where your R7 260/260X chips are the 5750/5770 and your R9 270/270Xs are the 5850/5870.

So, your results are inline with expectations given the 265's bump in hardware resources over the 260X.
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Asus R9 290x mine 13.5 CPD why?
GPU 1050
MEM 1350
powertune+50

GPU 1000
MEM 1250 give me 12-12.5 CPD
powertune+50

Data:
miner 9.4.1
win 8 cat 14.4 (amd-catalyst-14.4-64bit-win8.1-win8-win7-whql-aug)

conf
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onCrash = "0";
cpuload = "1";
target = "10";
sieveSize = "420";
weaveDepth = "40960";
width = "20";
devices =        ["1", "1", "1", "1", "1"];
sieveprimorial = ["13", "13", "13", "13", "13"];
sievePerRound = ["5", "5", "5", "5", "5"];
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Any advice?

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and MSI afterburn show GPU load like (100%-96%-100%) -----------_---------


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Did anyone had block transfer from 3/6?
I can't get any XPM now.
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Hello, dear xpm-miners!
Anybody can share with experience of using R9 380, 380x? What CPD can be expected?
Thank you!
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Nice one, thanks for sharing and building this! I'm going to try it now!
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Hello, dear xpm-miners!
Anybody can share with experience of using R9 380, 380x? What CPD can be expected?
Thank you!

R9 380 (GPU 1000MHz, mem 1500MHz) 6 cpd

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Hello, dear xpm-miners!
Anybody can share with experience of using R9 380, 380x? What CPD can be expected?
Thank you!
R9 380 (GPU 1000MHz, mem 1500MHz) 6 cpd
abrgeza, thank you so much for your answer!
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Yes it is small - normally R7 260X is 1/3 of R9 280X. I try it for a lot of algorithms X11, X13, Eterum and gives around 1/3.  Only for quark gives a little bit more than 1/3 of R9 280X

I am trying to compare the characteristics of some cards, but do not understand what is crucial. Core frequency? At the moment I only understood that the frequency of memory and amount of memory are not very important.

Core frequency and FP64 is very important. As you can see on this http://www.anandtech.com/show/9387/amd-radeon-300-series/2
R9 380 is similar to R9 280 except it has weaker FP64. R9 380 has 1/16FP64 and R9 280 has 1/4FP64.
R9 380 is obviously slower for mining XPM but it is good for ETH.
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R9 380 1100/1500 ~6.8 15.11
Any way to run 380 on 14.x drivers? I think it will be faster, because when I put it first time to rig with 7950 and 14.x drivers. I saw 380 hashing 7+ cpd in stock. But then driver auto updated to 15.12 and I was unable to run 380 on 14 drivers anymore.

I'm also very interested how mach will push R9 390? Somebody have this info?
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R9 380 1100/1500 ~6.8 15.11
Any way to run 380 on 14.x drivers? I think it will be faster, because when I put it first time to rig with 7950 and 14.x drivers. I saw 380 hashing 7+ cpd in stock. But then driver auto updated to 15.12 and I was unable to run 380 on 14 drivers anymore.

I'm also very interested how mach will push R9 390? Somebody have this info?

I don't think that R9 380 will work with drivers below 15.15

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at least it works with 15.12 =)
380 have same qty of shaders, etc as 7950. It should push 9+ cpd. All problem in drivers.
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at least it works with 15.12 =)
380 have same qty of shaders, etc as 7950. It should push 9+ cpd. All problem in drivers.

How many cpd you got with 15.12 drivers?


 
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1100/1500 ~6.8
your results?
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1100/1500 ~6.8
your results?


1000/1500 ~6cpd
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any info about r9 390/390x ?
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It would be awesome if this os gpu miner could be used on the new Polaris cards (480/480x) given their respective TDPs.....
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r9 380 - miner crash with 15.7.1 drivers

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r9 380 - miner crash with 15.7.1 drivers

use 14.7 drivers
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14.7 do not recognise 380 card

Maybe author will rewrite miner code to work with newer drivers?

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Maybe author will rewrite miner code to work with newer drivers?
I have only NVidia GPUs now Sad Waiting for Polaris (RX 480) availalble.

r9 380 - miner crash with 15.7.1 drivers
Try remove kernel.bin file and start miner again.

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Try remove kernel.bin file and start miner again.

did that, crash after kernel compiling. but if i disable 380 card in config( i have 290x and 380 in one system) miner start and work for some time, but later crash again. also with 15.7.1 i have only 10cpd from 290x

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I have tried to remove kernel.bin, and did it again. I have got 9-10 CPD instead, 13-14 CPD i had with the kernel from downloaded file.

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I have tried to remove kernel.bin, and did it again. I have got 9-10 CPD instead, 13-14 CPD i had with the kernel from downloaded file.

Card 290X.

Catalyst versions 14.4 - 14.7 recommended. Don't use 14.12 and later drivers, it 60-70% slower than previous versions
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June 20, 2016, 09:09:55 PM

I wouldn't worry that much, miners are hammering this coin hard due to the higher profits and it will be on par with the rest very soon.  Profits for 2 290s I have on this have dropped $2 a day in a short amount of time.
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I have tried to remove kernel.bin, and did it again. I have got 9-10 CPD instead, 13-14 CPD i had with the kernel from downloaded file.

Card 290X.

Catalyst versions 14.4 - 14.7 recommended. Don't use 14.12 and later drivers, it 60-70% slower than previous versions

I am using 14.7 and return kernel from original file, i am now ~13.6 CPD with 290X. But even i OC core freq on 1075, miner shows from 915-925 freq, strange

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I wouldn't worry that much, miners are hammering this coin hard due to the higher profits and it will be on par with the rest very soon.  Profits for 2 290s I have on this have dropped $2 a day in a short amount of time.

Correct. From 450 workers, already dropped on 210

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July 06, 2016, 02:28:04 PM

Hi eXtremal
Since 20 days I have Balance 4.10 XPM but no payment!!!
Please check address:
AatxT7KXoWmCUUD6gt5hUpURJSvXAyiSG3
and if needed made manual payment or whatever.
I plan to start mining XPM again, but if there are on payments I do not see reason to do so.
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July 18, 2016, 04:19:41 AM

Anyone tried rx480 in primecoin?
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Anyone tried rx480 in primecoin?
Around 10.4 CPD (core 1350 mem 2250)
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Around 10.4 CPD (core 1350 mem 2250)
Only for eth. thanks.
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Around 10.4 CPD (core 1350 mem 2250)
Only for eth. thanks.
At the moment, yes. Claymore's miner really helps.
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GTX 1070 2000Mhz

some 10.5 CPD, I tried different options but did not manage to get more from NV defaults...

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is there a working block explorer for primecoin?, I've received my last payment from the pool in august 5 and is still confirming apparently?

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Can anyone provide me with the windows binary of miner?
I don't know how to compile a windows binary.
Can anyone share a plug and play miner Smiley
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Can anyone provide me with the windows binary of miner?
I don't know how to compile a windows binary.
Can anyone share a plug and play miner Smiley

Did you read 1st post? There is a link to the compiled miner
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Yeah,sorry.
I was having problems with dns server/antivirus sw,it didnt want to open the link.
I am getting about 10cpd with 280x,but 270x is hashing at bellow 4, is it ok or rather low?
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Anyone tried rx480 in primecoin?
Around 10.4 CPD (core 1350 mem 2250)
Ubuntu 16.04 with amdgpu-pro 16.30 drivers - 7CPD on stock RX480. Detail benchmark shows:
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Ellesmere; 14 compute units
square 320 bits: 112.954ms (1188.251M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 92.802ms (1446.281M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 132.720ms (1011.285M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 109.674ms (1223.788M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 86.361ms (1.518M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 103.842ms (1.262M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 567.128
 Hash per iteration: 35.125 (0.000419 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.199

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 7192 by GPU: 7198
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 54.709 G
 * iteration time: 10.062ms
 * candidates per second: 722873.194
 * candidates per iteration: 7273.84 (3510.67 320bit, 3763.17 352bit)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.933/1

A much slower than R9 290 in all used algorithms except SHA256:

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square 320 bits: 40.524ms (3312.055M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 49.931ms (2688.064M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 48.891ms (2745.244M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 60.490ms (2218.842M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 38.432ms (3.410M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 47.956ms (2.733M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 550.495
 Hash per iteration: 37.938 (0.000452 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.712

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
 * [OK] found candidates by CPU: 8077 by GPU: 8082
 * [OK] invalid candidates: 0
 * [OK] CPU/GPU candidates difference: 0

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
 * scan speed: 94.933 G
 * iteration time: 5.799ms
 * candidates per second: 1282165.428
 * candidates per iteration: 7435.11 (2711.41 320bit, 4723.70 352bit)
 * 320bit/352bit ratio: 0.574/1

Some optimizations are possible, may be 15-20%, but ethereum mining still more profitable on RX480.

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GTX 1070 2000Mhz

some 10.5 CPD, I tried different options but did not manage to get more from NV defaults...
Share benchmark results plz (run ./xpmclient -b).

Quote from: nenadubica
I am getting about 10cpd with 280x,but 270x is hashing at bellow 4, is it ok or rather low?
What 270X - R9 or R7 ?

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Looks like with new drivers CPD droped to 8.5 for 1070 @2000Mhz, driver 369.09

bench can only be done on 1560Mhz (card would not boost under -b)
GeForce GTX 1070; 15 compute units
square 320 bits: 35.046ms (3829.759M ops/sec)
square 320 bits: 35.033ms (3831.180M ops/sec)
multiply 320 bits: 54.552ms (2460.363M ops/sec)
square 352 bits: 42.029ms (3193.455M ops/sec)
multiply 352 bits: 67.761ms (1980.752M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 320 bits: 72.070ms (1.819M ops/sec)
Fermat tests 352 bits: 84.064ms (1.559M ops/sec)

 *** hashmod benchmark ***
 MHash per second: 734.856
 Hash per iteration: 35.859 (0.000427 %)
 Average hash multiplier size: 30.634

 *** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836

 *** sieve (performance) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836

How to initiate CUDA benchmark?

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Quote from: How to initiate CUDA benchmark?
How to initiate CUDA benchmark?
Miner uses only OpenCL, not CUDA.

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*** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836
Benchmark has some problems with Pascal cards, need to fix..

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Quote from: How to initiate CUDA benchmark?
How to initiate CUDA benchmark?
Miner uses only OpenCL, not CUDA.

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*** sieve (check) benchmark ***
OpenCL error: -54 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836
Benchmark has some problems with Pascal cards, need to fix..

Yes fix is a needed thing for XPM and Pascal, some 25CPD on GTX 1070 would be best and disired fix  Cool

The benchmark error more or less immportant

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The benchmark error more or less immportant
Without this benchmark I can't say how much CPD can do Pascal GTX1070 & 1080 GPUs Smiley
When I get access to one of these cards, I can fix benchmark and get some info.

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any info about r9 390/390x ?

6*390=105 sols/s
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The benchmark error more or less immportant
Without this benchmark I can't say how much CPD can do Pascal GTX1070 & 1080 GPUs Smiley
When I get access to one of these cards, I can fix benchmark and get some info.
what about 470 and 480

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terminate called after throwing an instance of 'config4cpp::ConfigurationException'
Aborted (core dumped)

server = "xpmforall.org";
port = "6666";
address = "AMgtSW8ge2mvqxaiWo11GqTKx6rQ2J57yA";

latest from git.

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terminate called after throwing an instance of 'config4cpp::ConfigurationException'
Aborted (core dumped)

server = "xpmforall.org";
port = "6666";
address = "AMgtSW8ge2mvqxaiWo11GqTKx6rQ2J57yA";

latest from git.
Where is your config.txt file? Must be in miner directory

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what about 470 and 480
Tool slow Eratosthenes sieve compare to Hawaii GPUs

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terminate called after throwing an instance of 'config4cpp::ConfigurationException'
Aborted (core dumped)

server = "xpmforall.org";
port = "6666";
address = "AMgtSW8ge2mvqxaiWo11GqTKx6rQ2J57yA";

latest from git.
Where is your config.txt file? Must be in miner directory

If I move it, I get this :-)

ERROR: cannot open config.txt: No such file or directory

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Hi eXtremal,
I know you are quite busy at coinsforall now - but can I ask you to check XPM address:
Ab94tfWX9yzYvJA6Zt7613jfCUaoVwcU8o
there are some 4+ XPM there - please make manual cash out!
Thanks
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OpenCL error: -42 at /HDD/build/projects/xpmclient/xpmclient/benchmarks.cpp:836

I use Rx470, but failed.

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Is it worth mining this coin for nvidia? Smiley
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Is it worth mining this coin for nvidia? Smiley

Only if you have free electricity.  Smiley
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rx480 can not run graphics card driver 16.9.1 immediately crashes, 390 running at 15.12 normally, as you can start the 480?
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rx480 can not run graphics card driver 16.9.1 immediately crashes, 390 running at 15.12 normally, as you can start the 480?
win7 64bit
http://saveimg.ru/pictures/05-01-17/7ff7c8ce7e06b0c7ac64385c7427297f.jpg
work fine. Your problem is on your side.
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Anyone knows "coinsforall.io" has been available?
What the setting for xpmclient?
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Anyone knows "coinsforall.io" has been available?
What the setting for xpmclient?
the same port
only change server
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pools are not working. that the network is possible ....
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payout stuck ?
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why continue extracting this useless money?
 Huh
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why continue extracting this useless money?
 Huh

Its not useless, its actually uncovered quite a few new, previously unknown prime chains. Plus, its actually still profitable to mine!
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I extracted this coin about 2 years ago, and then the pool was closed, and the miner has not been updated, the price went to fade
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not my fault  if you dont realise this is actually the most profitable coin for amd miners. especially if you have an old farm of 7xxx radeon... but also is most profitable for rx series
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in which the pool is extracted
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in which the pool is extracted

11 pages and you cant find that info for yourself? ill hold your hand then...http://xpmforall.org
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Updated beta version of xpmclient for NVidia pascal GPUs is here: http://coinsforall.io/distr/xpmclient_v10.1beta.tar.gz
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Fix problems with NVidia multi-gpu systems
Remove huge CPU usage in Linux (Windows still have this issue)
Performance for single GTX1070 is 9.5 CPD.

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hi
how much CPD can i get with r9 390x and r9 nano?
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What powertune options are valid? 0 - 20?

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Any idea to optimize the miner for rx480? I only get ~10 cpd.