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Reinstall the miner folder.

Or: make sure your virus protection isn't deleting the .exe file. Mine was doing that.

Didn't work for me, I'll just stick with 3c for now.
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When I launch that miner you listed, AliMan , I'm getting about 350 less cpm with my gtx 770. Is the small donation fee supposed to outweigh the cpm hit? Or am I just not running it properly?

Im using it like this:

arCUDAminer.exe -u username.pts_1 -p x -m avx
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I've mentioned it before in this thread, here's one last time. This is a better PTS miner for Nvidia gpus.
What happened to your 780?

This miner is giving me 1900-1950 on my 780 where the pts one in this thread was 1600-1650. What's so special about this one?
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This miner is giving me 1900-1950 on my 780 where the pts one in this thread was 1600-1650. What's so special about this one?

It's coded better, made only for Nvidia GPU's, and uses AVX instructions, depending upon what flags you've set.
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When I launch that miner you listed, AliMan , I'm getting about 350 less cpm with my gtx 770. Is the small donation fee supposed to outweigh the cpm hit? Or am I just not running it properly?

Im using it like this:

arCUDAminer.exe -u username.pts_1 -p x -m avx

You didn't put the '-g 1' at the end of it, that's if you're running one GPU.
Edited by Ali Man - 2/1/14 at 7:04pm
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I'm in the process of rewriting this guide to switch pools to one with lower fees and also a miner with lower fees (8% from ypool to 3.5% at be^5r.org). It's also easier to set up and you still use bter and btc-e. Update coming within the next hour. Also, I will be posting a couple videos tonight as well with a guide on Payeer and CPU mining thumb.gif
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It's coded better, made only for Nvidia GPU's, and uses AVX instructions, depending upon what flags you've set.

Im using arCUDAminer 64 bit 1.0c, just the regular one, not the high perf one, and ive seen it jump as high as 2050 as I have been sitting here, never below 1900. I know this will fluctuate, but I'm impressed at the jump. All I did was take the mine.bat from the miner in this thread and changed the .exe to the cudaminer and left everything else the same. I see that it does 500 shares for the user and 15 for the dev. How does that fee compare to the PTSGPU miner? I may be getting 300 CPM more, but is it devoting it to the dev instead?
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Im using arCUDAminer 64 bit 1.0c, just the regular one, not the high perf one, and ive seen it jump as high as 2050 as I have been sitting here, never below 1900. I know this will fluctuate, but I'm impressed at the jump. All I did was take the mine.bat from the miner in this thread and changed the .exe to the cudaminer and left everything else the same. I see that it does 500 shares for the user and 15 for the dev. How does that fee compare to the PTSGPU miner? I may be getting 300 CPM more, but is it devoting it to the dev instead?

Yea only the regular one shows good improvement. The 'highperf' one, although uses more memory, but still gives less CPM.

As far as the fees are concerned, well it's just the same. 15/500 * 100 = 3% (same as the previous one), except that you're getting more.

Are you running it at stock clocks?
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Yea only the regular one shows good improvement. The 'highperf' one, although uses more memory, but still gives less CPM.

As far as the fees are concerned, well it's just the same. 15/500 * 100 = 3% (same as the previous one), except that you're getting more.

Are you running it at stock clocks?

I have no idea if I am stable because I am new to NVidia overclocking, but I am running my EVGA 780 ACX at 1150/7000. Ive gamed a bit and nothing crazy has happened yet. Is 1.0e way better than 1.0c?
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I have no idea if I am stable because I am new to NVidia overclocking, but I am running my EVGA 780 ACX at 1150/7000. Ive gamed a bit and nothing crazy has happened yet. Is 1.0e way better than 1.0c?

It's better than the previous versions, but I haven't tried 1e, you got a link?
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It's coded better, made only for Nvidia GPU's, and uses AVX instructions, depending upon what flags you've set.
You didn't put the '-g 1' at the end of it, that's if you're running one GPU.

I'm glad I figured out this miner back when you were helping me originally. I think some people will be put off by having to create their own batch file rather than editing a existing one, but it's well worth it.

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