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post #651 of 1291
hello, im new to here and also im interested in the so called Green Mining (750 ti mining), and i was planning to buy the Inno3D 750 Ti OC Green Edition, and the specs is better than the Zotac 750 ti single fan. Is it worth buying for mining? planning to buy 12 pcs. Do you have reviews for it? pls let me know. thanks. more power to this community smile.gif
post #652 of 1291
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Originally Posted by popolo88 View Post

hello, im new to here and also im interested in the so called Green Mining (750 ti mining), and i was planning to buy the Inno3D 750 Ti OC Green Edition, and the specs is better than the Zotac 750 ti single fan. Is it worth buying for mining? planning to buy 12 pcs. Do you have reviews for it? pls let me know. thanks. more power to this community smile.gif

I haven't seen any reviews yet...we know for a fact the PNY and Zotac dual fan cards are solid, single fan probably too.
The Gigabyte one is decent, I've been testing one and it performs on par with the others.

Avoid Asus and Msi?
post #653 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I haven't seen any reviews yet...we know for a fact the PNY and Zotac dual fan cards are solid, single fan probably too.
The Gigabyte one is decent, I've been testing one and it performs on par with the others.

Avoid Asus and Msi?

yeah, i googled all day about inno3d but there is no review, perhaps its a bad mining gpu card? I hope someone answer my question. biggrin.gif
post #654 of 1291
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Originally Posted by popolo88 View Post

yeah, i googled all day about inno3d but there is no review, perhaps its a bad mining gpu card? I hope someone answer my question. biggrin.gif

I havent even seen them for sale so its hard to say. If you want to try I would just order 1 and see how it works out before dumping the money on 6+. Looking at the specs the core clock is really low, I wouldnt expect more than 260khs out of the box and it will require a lot of overclocking to get to 300khs.
post #655 of 1291
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Originally Posted by craterloads View Post

Any settings for HVC?

No idea how to mine this coin, googled for last 30mins not any closer!

What miner does it use?

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

What pool?

You can try the fugue256 algo, I'm mining fuguecoin solo right now, 230mh/s with a 780 and 750 ti.
It's way faster than amd, same with hvc...I like it xD
UTC is not as good right now but if you hold it might pay off. Same with microcoin. Same settings, good coins to mine, like Yacoin.
No settings, grab cminer from cbuchner1's github page. Easy to find it, look for cminer, then click on releases and download it.
Edit the bat file and don't use 1gh! Use heavycoinpool, we need more hashrate and it's the best pool for nvidia miners right now.

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Which miner are you using?

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

yeah I can go with 50% or less fan speed...sips power, amazing stuff!

Christian Buchner said he'll publish an updated compute 3.5 enabled windows version soonish. Should give the 750's a performance boost. He reported a 100% increase in speed in fuguecoin.

The miner for Heavycoin(HVC) is ccminer from the same developer of cudaminer.

He just compiled the 2.0 cuda kernel version, but, this blog(a very good one IMO) compiled the 3.5 one:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/1591-ccminer-nvidia-cuda-gpu-miner-for-heavycoin-and-fuguecoin-now-available/

If you have issues with not founding some DLL, the article explain how to solve it.

I runned 13 hours of it and got 4500KHs average and earned 50 coins with one Gigabyte GTX750 Ti OC.
I used the x64 version because it gave me more stable rates and less "booooos".
As ccminer is not well polished yet, you have no "-i" command to prevent lag on your screen, so, if you have only one computer as me, you'll have issues using it while mining HVC.

I'm using this pool: http://hvc.1gh.com/
Just create a .BAT with the following command:
ccminer.exe -a heavy -o stratum+tcp://hvcpool.1gh.com:5333 -u WALLET -p x -v 512
Instead of "WALLET" type your wallet code.
post #656 of 1291
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post




The miner for Heavycoin(HVC) is ccminer from the same developer of cudaminer.

He just compiled the 2.0 cuda kernel version, but, this blog(a very good one IMO) compiled the 3.5 one:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/1591-ccminer-nvidia-cuda-gpu-miner-for-heavycoin-and-fuguecoin-now-available/

If you have issues with not founding some DLL, the article explain how to solve it.

I runned 13 hours of it and got 4500KHs average and earned 50 coins with one Gigabyte GTX750 Ti OC.
I used the x64 version because it gave me more stable rates and less "booooos".
As ccminer is not well polished yet, you have no "-i" command to prevent lag on your screen, so, if you have only one computer as me, you'll have issues using it while mining HVC.

I'm using this pool: http://hvc.1gh.com/
Just create a .BAT with the following command:
ccminer.exe -a heavy -o stratum+tcp://hvcpool.1gh.com:5333 -u WALLET -p x -v 512
Instead of "WALLET" type your wallet code.

Can you try fuguecoin to compare with the dev's updated binaries? He claims 80mh/s on a 750 ti. I get 46mh/s now.
post #657 of 1291
Utc l
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post




The miner for Heavycoin(HVC) is ccminer from the same developer of cudaminer.

He just compiled the 2.0 cuda kernel version, but, this blog(a very good one IMO) compiled the 3.5 one:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/1591-ccminer-nvidia-cuda-gpu-miner-for-heavycoin-and-fuguecoin-now-available/

If you have issues with not founding some DLL, the article explain how to solve it.

I runned 13 hours of it and got 4500KHs average and earned 50 coins with one Gigabyte GTX750 Ti OC.
I used the x64 version because it gave me more stable rates and less "booooos".
As ccminer is not well polished yet, you have no "-i" command to prevent lag on your screen, so, if you have only one computer as me, you'll have issues using it while mining HVC.

I'm using this pool: http://hvc.1gh.com/
Just create a .BAT with the following command:
ccminer.exe -a heavy -o stratum+tcp://hvcpool.1gh.com:5333 -u WALLET -p x -v 512
Instead of "WALLET" type your wallet code.

Thanks, excellent post and very helpful.

Just wanted to ask is there any way to check hash rates or pay-outs on hvc.1gh.com, done about 90mins on there (using the standard ccminer) and no payouts to my wallet. Switched to the other miner you linked to now.

Like on other pools I can see how much I have in my wallet, then can transfer over etc. On this pool I have no idea if ive even connected or gained any coins.


Edit, figured it!! Just have to type address into website.
Edited by craterloads - 3/20/14 at 7:55am
post #658 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Can you try fuguecoin to compare with the dev's updated binaries? He claims 80mh/s on a 750 ti. I get 46mh/s now.

Ok, will try later.
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Originally Posted by craterloads View Post

Utc l
Thanks, excellent post and very helpful.

Just wanted to ask is there any way to check hash rates or pay-outs on hvc.1gh.com, done about 90mins on there (using the standard ccminer) and no payouts to my wallet. Switched to the other miner you linked to now.

Like on other pools I can see how much I have in my wallet, then can transfer over etc. On this pool I have no idea if ive even connected or gained any coins.


Edit, figured it!! Just have to type address into website.

Maybe others have same doubt:
Below the "TWEETS" there's USER STATS.
Fill your wallet and click SUBMIT.
post #659 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Can you try fuguecoin to compare with the dev's updated binaries? He claims 80mh/s on a 750 ti. I get 46mh/s now.

With this .conf file in wallet...
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=RavenX
rpcpassword=teste
rpcport=9089
addnode=192.200.115.101


...tried these on 3.5 version:

ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o stratum+tcp://127.0.0.1:9089 -O RavenX:teste -R 10
Nothing. Search eternally.

ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o stratum+tcp://127.0.0.1:9089 -u RavenX -p teste -R 10
Nothing. Search eternally.

ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o stratum+tcp://127.0.0.1:9089 -u RavenX -p teste -R 10 -q -s 1 -t 1
Nothing. Search eternally.

ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o stratum+tcp://fc.minepool.cc:10029 (+ any combination of parameters)
Always crash ccminer


Will not waste my time on this until more precise info appears.
post #660 of 1291
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post

With this .conf file in wallet...
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=RavenX
rpcpassword=teste
rpcport=9089
addnode=192.200.115.101


...tried these on 3.5 version:

ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o stratum+tcp://127.0.0.1:9089 -O RavenX:teste -R 10
Nothing. Search eternally.

ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o stratum+tcp://127.0.0.1:9089 -u RavenX -p teste -R 10
Nothing. Search eternally.

ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o stratum+tcp://127.0.0.1:9089 -u RavenX -p teste -R 10 -q -s 1 -t 1
Nothing. Search eternally.

ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o stratum+tcp://fc.minepool.cc:10029 (+ any combination of parameters)
Always crash ccminer


Will not waste my time on this until more precise info appears.

Got it...
I'm an idiot... Cannot use stratum.

Here's:
ccminer.exe -a fugue256 -o http://127.0.0.1:9089 -u u -p p (using default .conf file)

But it keeps hashing and no "yay".
EDIT: It's obvious. Solo mining with 1 GPU will not "win" over huge rigs.


Edited by RavenXBR - 3/20/14 at 11:36am
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