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Author Topic: NiceHash EQM Zcash NVIDIA optimized miner [Maxwell/Pascal] + CPU mining v1.0.4c  (Read 146446 times)
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February 05, 2017, 02:34:13 PM
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Guys im confused.  i added my coinbase bitcoin address to the Start.bat and it says im getting 681 sols/s but where are these going to? nothing is showing in coinbase and i dont know how to view anything on nicehash.

Visit this page:
https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?p=myminer

And enter your BTC address there.
You will see how much are you making with NiceHash and when you will get the payout.

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February 05, 2017, 05:55:03 PM
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Guys im confused.  i added my coinbase bitcoin address to the Start.bat and it says im getting 681 sols/s but where are these going to? nothing is showing in coinbase and i dont know how to view anything on nicehash.

Visit this page:
https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?p=myminer

And enter your BTC address there.
You will see how much are you making with NiceHash and when you will get the payout.


Thankds for that, is there a way to limit it to only 80% of my gpu power? i would still like to be able to use my computer at the same time for browsing.
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February 05, 2017, 07:01:58 PM
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No. But we have this feature planned for the future development.

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February 19, 2017, 09:50:38 PM
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Trying to zero in on the perfect settings for my Strix 980ti.  Trying all kinds different combos but I'm trying to find the sweet spot for the lowest TDP and highest Sol output.

Anyone have any luck with these cards?   Huh

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February 20, 2017, 10:10:24 AM
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Code:
code for sm_52
Function : _Z14digit_5_pascalILj9ELj1248ELi12E13packer_cantorLj2048ELj640EEvP4equiIXT_EXT0_ET2_E
.headerflags    @"EF_CUDA_SM52 EF_CUDA_PTX_SM(EF_CUDA_SM52)"
                                                                                        /* 0x001cc400e22007f6 */
        /*0008*/                   MOV R1, c[0x0][0x20];                                /* 0x4c98078000870001 */
        /*0010*/                   S2R R16, SR_TID.X;                                   /* 0xf0c8000002170010 */
        /*0018*/                   S2R R0, SR_CTAID.X;                                  /* 0xf0c8000002570000 */

There is a mismatch between the sourcecode you published and the EQM miner.

EQMminer:

#define CONFIG_MODE_1   9, 1248, 13, 640, packer_cantor

Nheqminer Opensource:

#define CONFIG_MODE_1   9, 1248, 12, 640, packer_cantor

Can you publish the complete EQM config please. I am working on a faster kernel.

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February 20, 2017, 10:38:33 AM
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The config is identical, there are only some code cleanups in nheqminer.

From EQM source:

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#define CONFIG_MODE_1 9, 1248, 12, 2, 100, 640, packer_cantor

I am not sure where you are getting that number 13 from...
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February 28, 2017, 12:57:15 PM
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so the last version of this compatible with suprnova pool is the 5a version? there are too many version and fork is getting confused here

which is anyway slower than the EWBF version

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February 28, 2017, 01:21:35 PM
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so the last version of this compatible with suprnova pool is the 5a version? there are too many version and fork is gettign confused here

which is anyway slower than the EWBF version

This is EQM, not nheqminer.
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February 28, 2017, 08:42:33 PM
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so the last version of this compatible with suprnova pool is the 5a version? there are too many version and fork is gettign confused here

which is anyway slower than the EWBF version

This is EQM, not nheqminer.

right, that's what i mean with confusing the two, but no other version are in plan for that? they are both slower than the private miner

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February 28, 2017, 08:44:52 PM
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so the last version of this compatible with suprnova pool is the 5a version? there are too many version and fork is gettign confused here

which is anyway slower than the EWBF version

This is EQM, not nheqminer.

right, that's what i mean with confusing the two, but no other version are in plan for that? they are both slower than the private miner

I am not sure, on my devices, EQM is equally fast, besides you need to consider devfee and the fact that ideas were copied out of EQM.
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February 28, 2017, 08:56:13 PM
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so the last version of this compatible with suprnova pool is the 5a version? there are too many version and fork is gettign confused here

which is anyway slower than the EWBF version

This is EQM, not nheqminer.

right, that's what i mean with confusing the two, but no other version are in plan for that? they are both slower than the private miner

I am not sure, on my devices, EQM is equally fast, besides you need to consider devfee and the fact that ideas were copied out of EQM.

ah yeah but the fact that you earn less because it's locked make it less appealing

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February 28, 2017, 09:03:07 PM
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so the last version of this compatible with suprnova pool is the 5a version? there are too many version and fork is gettign confused here

which is anyway slower than the EWBF version

This is EQM, not nheqminer.

right, that's what i mean with confusing the two, but no other version are in plan for that? they are both slower than the private miner

I am not sure, on my devices, EQM is equally fast, besides you need to consider devfee and the fact that ideas were copied out of EQM.

ah yeah but the fact that you earn less because it's locked make it less appealing

We open sourced kernel (which is equal). We even said what has to be done on base code to make it same speed, but sadly, no "open source" coder took 1h of job to do it. Maybe if you collect together some bounty or something, you may find someone like sp maybe that will fix it.
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March 01, 2017, 06:37:23 AM
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for some reason i cant run my start batch file when trying to mine zcash through nicehash can someone link what the start batch file must look like incase i am putting in something wrong =/
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March 01, 2017, 10:04:48 AM
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for some reason i cant run my start batch file when trying to mine zcash through nicehash can someone link what the start batch file must look like incase i am putting in something wrong =/

Link yours so that we could analyze what's wrong. (omit your wallet)

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April 14, 2017, 11:18:06 AM
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Hi.
Is this the same application that is running through Nicehash miner v1.7.5.9?
Im getting 260MH/s on the Nicehashminer, and 255 on the EQM miner.

What is strange is that, when I run the nicehash miner, it starts on 260 mh, then over the night drops down to 1 MH/s(asus strixx 970). While my other computer which have msi gtx 970, stays at 262 stable.

Testing EQM miner now on my asus card to see if the same happends.


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April 28, 2017, 06:22:32 AM
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New to this. I know there is a 0% fee, but since this is locked to nicehash, basically im supplying mining power for buyers on nicehash correct?
So my question is, am I making the BTC equivalent of zcash, that I'd be making if I were mining zcash directly through some pool? Or am I losing a chunk by using this service locked to nice hash
Thanks in advanced Smiley
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Today at 01:23:47 AM
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New to this. I know there is a 0% fee, but since this is locked to nicehash, basically im supplying mining power for buyers on nicehash correct?
So my question is, am I making the BTC equivalent of zcash, that I'd be making if I were mining zcash directly through some pool? Or am I losing a chunk by using this service locked to nice hash
Thanks in advanced Smiley
For your question - look at http://whattomine.com/ and compare profit beetwen mining on zcash pool and nicehash. There are some difference, but no much.
Btw, EQM it "old" miner. Use Excavator
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Today at 03:48:50 AM
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New to this. I know there is a 0% fee, but since this is locked to nicehash, basically im supplying mining power for buyers on nicehash correct?
So my question is, am I making the BTC equivalent of zcash, that I'd be making if I were mining zcash directly through some pool? Or am I losing a chunk by using this service locked to nice hash
Thanks in advanced Smiley
For your question - look at http://whattomine.com/ and compare profit beetwen mining on zcash pool and nicehash. There are some difference, but no much.
Btw, EQM it "old" miner. Use Excavator
thanks, intrestingly enough i tried it, im getting 432 h/s with excavator on zcash mining. with the EQM i'm getting 460 sol/s, and with EWBF getting 505 sols/s so seems EQM is better for my GTX 1080, and EWBF is the best. Am I reading these numbers correctly?
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Today at 08:57:47 AM
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New to this. I know there is a 0% fee, but since this is locked to nicehash, basically im supplying mining power for buyers on nicehash correct?
So my question is, am I making the BTC equivalent of zcash, that I'd be making if I were mining zcash directly through some pool? Or am I losing a chunk by using this service locked to nice hash
Thanks in advanced Smiley
For your question - look at http://whattomine.com/ and compare profit beetwen mining on zcash pool and nicehash. There are some difference, but no much.
Btw, EQM it "old" miner. Use Excavator
thanks, intrestingly enough i tried it, im getting 432 h/s with excavator on zcash mining. with the EQM i'm getting 460 sol/s, and with EWBF getting 505 sols/s so seems EQM is better for my GTX 1080, and EWBF is the best. Am I reading these numbers correctly?

If you launch in low intensity mode (one thread) then yes, you get lower hashing speed. And yes, use excavator, it will give more speed (with high intensity of 2+ threads).
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