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Some results:

i5 4430 at stock with 1333mhz ram mining PTS with yam haswell 512mb per thread and AV=29


FX6300 at stock with 1333mhz ram mining PTS with yam bdver2 512mb per thread and AV=26
post #582 of 1135
Got the new memory for my V2s. I have them overclocked as much as I can at the moment. So I have 40 threads sitting at 2.86GHz. Just finished fine-tuning.
Code:
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 1, Accepted 1
Share found!
PTS Agg. CPM: 1263.7; Rnds C/I: 374/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1263.7/32.635 573 rnds AV=8, ART=7502
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1259.4; Rnds C/I: 421/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1259.4/32.757 620 rnds AV=8, ART=7504
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1278.7; Rnds C/I: 481/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1278.7/32.883 680 rnds AV=8, ART=7492
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2

PTS Agg. CPM: 1265.5; Rnds C/I: 524/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1265.5/32.942 723 rnds AV=8, ART=7492
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1284.2; Rnds C/I: 592/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1284.2/32.719 791 rnds AV=8, ART=7493
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
Share found!
PTS Agg. CPM: 1270.8; Rnds C/I: 641/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1270.8/32.525 840 rnds AV=8, ART=7489
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 3, Accepted 3
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Are my stats any decent? I'm mining with an AMD Phenom II X4 965 at 3.9GHZ. Also, is it better to mine protoshares than primecoins for profit these days?
post #584 of 1135
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by ZDngrfld View Post

Got the new memory for my V2s. I have them overclocked as much as I can at the moment. So I have 40 threads sitting at 2.86GHz. Just finished fine-tuning.
Code:
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 1, Accepted 1
Share found!
PTS Agg. CPM: 1263.7; Rnds C/I: 374/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1263.7/32.635 573 rnds AV=8, ART=7502
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1259.4; Rnds C/I: 421/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1259.4/32.757 620 rnds AV=8, ART=7504
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1278.7; Rnds C/I: 481/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1278.7/32.883 680 rnds AV=8, ART=7492
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2

PTS Agg. CPM: 1265.5; Rnds C/I: 524/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1265.5/32.942 723 rnds AV=8, ART=7492
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1284.2; Rnds C/I: 592/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1284.2/32.719 791 rnds AV=8, ART=7493
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
Share found!
PTS Agg. CPM: 1270.8; Rnds C/I: 641/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1270.8/32.525 840 rnds AV=8, ART=7489
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 3, Accepted 3

e5-2670v2's?
post #585 of 1135
Quote:
Originally Posted by ZDngrfld View Post

Got the new memory for my V2s. I have them overclocked as much as I can at the moment. So I have 40 threads sitting at 2.86GHz. Just finished fine-tuning.
Code:
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 1, Accepted 1
Share found!
PTS Agg. CPM: 1263.7; Rnds C/I: 374/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1263.7/32.635 573 rnds AV=8, ART=7502
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1259.4; Rnds C/I: 421/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1259.4/32.757 620 rnds AV=8, ART=7504
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1278.7; Rnds C/I: 481/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1278.7/32.883 680 rnds AV=8, ART=7492
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2

PTS Agg. CPM: 1265.5; Rnds C/I: 524/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1265.5/32.942 723 rnds AV=8, ART=7492
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
PTS Agg. CPM: 1284.2; Rnds C/I: 592/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1284.2/32.719 791 rnds AV=8, ART=7493
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 2, Accepted 2
Share found!
PTS Agg. CPM: 1270.8; Rnds C/I: 641/0, Don. C/I: 199/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: 1270.8/32.525 840 rnds AV=8, ART=7489
  mining.ypool.net: On-line, Shares Submitted 3, Accepted 3


Oooooh, I think I'm gonna... drool.gif


Yeah, what Ivan said, 2670 v2's? x2 w/ ht, or 40 physical cores? 'Scuse me, gotta change teh pants.


Quote:
Originally Posted by Allan P View Post



Are my stats any decent? I'm mining with an AMD Phenom II X4 965 at 3.9GHZ. Also, is it better to mine protoshares than primecoins for profit these days?


PTS, at least for the moment, is more profitable. Your 965 is looking pretty good, although you might want to take a screen shot after it's settled down (it take's a few minutes) for a more accurate representation. 2k-ish on average is what my 1090T eeks out on 5 cores @ 4.2, so in the 1500's is about right. thumb.gif
Edited by ForceProjection - 1/9/14 at 1:02am
post #586 of 1135
How's mine looking?



CPU is FX-8350 @ 4.6 ghz mining on 6 threads with 1800mhz RAM

GPU is 7970 @ 1030/1800
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My gaming desk
(14 items)
 
Miner
(15 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD FX-8350 ASUS Sabertooth 990FX Sapphire 290x Patriot Viper Extreme Division 4 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
OCZ Vertex 460 WD 1TB Blue Koolance 380A EK-FC R9-290X 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 8.1 64-bit Monoprice 27" IPS-Glass Pro Panel DUCKY! Antec HCP 850W 
CaseMouse
Hand built wooden desk Logitech G700S 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
AMD A10 7850K ASUS A88X-Pro Sapphire 280x Sapphire 280x 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Patriot Viper Xtreme Div4 1866mhz 60GB Vertex2 WD Caviar 500AAKS XSPC Rasa 
OSPowerCase
Windows 7 64 bit EVGA 1000W G2 Thermaltake Level 10 GTS 
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post #587 of 1135
2P. A Total of 20 cores, 40 threads. They're pretty close to 2670s, but not quite the same
post #588 of 1135
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Originally Posted by ForceProjection View Post

Yes sir, you definitely should be using another miner, specifically yam miner, the SandyBridge optimized version. Which you can find here : https://mega.co.nz/#F!h0tkXSxZ!f62uoUXogkxQmP2xO8Ib-g

You'll see a rather large improvement in hash speed over jhprotominer with yam. When you set up yam, make sure to watch the miner for the first go 'round, & note the AV= parameter, which is the fine tuning algorithm variation. When you find the best performance, simply add that number to the .conf file, & done. When you restart the miner next time, the tuning will be pretty well perfect from there on out.


Other than that, maximizing your yield is dependent on what background services can be disabled, autostart entries, etc. Just remember, if you're simultaneously gpu mining on the same system, reserve a core for cgminer, and let yam have all the rest of the cores to do with what it wills. smile.gif Btw, by using AVX instructions, will actually leave your computer usable, if a slight bit slower, even with the cores @ 100% duty cycle. You won't see as many major lags, in other words. biggrin.gif



Oh, and one last thing: You don't have to go through the trouble of removing your miner info from config files. All anyone can do with that, is mine for you. Hell, I hope someone thinks their getting over by "lifting" my miner login, I can use the extra hashing power! wheee.gif Lol!

Dude!
+1 on...damn near doubled my output without any tuning with the new miner...
one question how does the tuning work?
i set the av=0 param but where do i see what i need to set it to after i run it for a bit?

Edit:
+1 to dmfree88 as well

thanks guys cheers.gif
post #589 of 1135
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Originally Posted by Krusher33 View Post

How's mine looking?



CPU is FX-8350 @ 4.6 ghz mining on 6 threads with 1800mhz RAM

GPU is 7970 @ 1030/1800


I couldn't really say due to running jhprotominer on my 1090T, so I don't have a basis of comparison yet. The only AVX compatible cpu I have is my 3570k, which is doing around 340 c/m, but that's not a fair comparison. I'll try to get to swapping the 1090T over to yam tonight, and get back to you to give you a more direct comparison.


Your 7970 is looking pretty good though, you've got a good one. wink.gif

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Originally Posted by ZDngrfld View Post

2P. A Total of 20 cores, 40 threads. They're pretty close to 2670s, but not quite the same


Very nice! <- slightly jealous thumb.gif That initial startup cost w/ the 10c chips, even used... *whistles low* Ouch! I need an investor! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Hazzeedayz View Post

Dude!
+1 on...damn near doubled my output without any tuning with the new miner...
one question how does the tuning work?
i set the av=0 param but where do i see what i need to set it to after i run it for a bit?

Edit:
+1 to dmfree88 as well

thanks guys cheers.gif


Anytime my man, anytime smile.gif Just keep an eye on it, the tuning will do it's own thing without you having to do anything. That said, it won't always pick the absolute best algorithm variation, so it bears keeping an eye on to see if the results agree with the AV it picks. Usually, it' pretty close, but not always.


For instance, the auto tune picked av=23 as the best for my 3570k, except that it actually got better c/m & shares found at av=7. So I stuck with it at 7. wink.gif
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