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I think HVC diff has raised a lot and now I'm able to get "only" ~40 coins a day with one card. Previously was around 65~70.
HVC difficulty is now over 3000.
    
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Which miner do you use for adaptive-n?
cudaminer
post #863 of 1291
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Batch collection and task scheduler mojo complete...it seems to work and it even disables and enables devices in to recover from crashes without losing hash but it reverts the cards to stock clocks :/

As a sidenote: some guy ported the cudaminer scrypt kernel to sgminer and it works! biggrin.gif That means no more of this mumbo jumbo with a functional API. Problem is it's only for scrypt and Maxwell. mad.gif

I would be fine just mining on stock clocks, as 44 Mh/s with 4 cards is good enough for me. Besides ccminer 0.5 crashes a lot even on stock- I'm gonna have to run a cron scheduled task to close and re-open the programs every 4 hours.
post #864 of 1291
H2Ocoin scrypt-N just launched.

Mining here: http://h2o.hashing.at/
Moved to herer: http://h2o.dedicatedpool.com/
Edited by RavenXBR - 3/29/14 at 1:46pm
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Originally Posted by beatfried View Post

Just installed my first three 750ti wink.gif getting 12Mh/s avg. on heavycoin.
Which miner do you use for adaptive-n?

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Originally Posted by ccRicers View Post

I would be fine just mining on stock clocks, as 44 Mh/s with 4 cards is good enough for me. Besides ccminer 0.5 crashes a lot even on stock- I'm gonna have to run a cron scheduled task to close and re-open the programs every 4 hours.

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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post

H2Ocoin scrypt-N just launched.

Mining here: http://h2o.hashing.at/
Moved to herer: http://h2o.dedicatedpool.com/

I'm mining vert on amd and holding...I'm not the best at holding but it'll be worth it.

As for nvidia, vert runs too hot for my taste, and yac is probably more profitable with 750 ti's.
post #866 of 1291
Can anyone gimme a "for dummies" explanation about "forks"?

Thx in advance.
post #867 of 1291
Just playing around with some Palit 750 Ti StormX DualX and can confirm they are brilliant, really pleased with them.

Hash about the same as my OCed MSI Gamings out of the box, they run at stock 6GHz and auto boost to over 1300+ on core

No need to mess with clocks! in fact on heavy they auto boost to nearly 1400 core

Power consumption is roughly the same, only got 5 right now (6th coming Monday)

370w Scrypt 5 Cards = 74w each
285 Heavy 5 Cards = 57w each

in comparison my MSi 750 Ti Gaming's were doing

440w Scrypt 6 cards = 73.3w each

One thing I just noticed and perhaps why people are getting crashes on Heavy, you cant use the same settings you use on scrypt as on scrypt you pretty much max out the 75w TDP so your cards are limited to a max frequency, lets say 1400 core

But when running heavy you are using significantly less power so the auto boost becomes confused and will run at even higher frequencies say 1500 core, which it simply cant run at (core cant run at that high frequency regardless of juice)

So say in afterburner you are using +100 on scrypt, in fact doesn't matter what you set it at it will only boost to a certain amount due to the TDP limit

But that same +100 in Heavy can be implemented due to being well under the TDP so you will be boosting much more than the core can handle frequency wise

(edit: 550w PSU is handling 5 cards like a champ, should be fine with the 6th card when it comes. Really please as was only £40!)
Edited by craterloads - 3/29/14 at 4:12pm
post #868 of 1291
And some comparisons to AMD cards in heavy smile.gif

4 x MSI 280X Gaming's

750w at the wall = 187.5w Each
6.22 Mh/s = 16.55MH/s Each

6 x Palit 750 Ti

348w at the wall = 58w Each
72 Mh/s = 12Mh/s each

Truly an NVidia coin smile.gif
post #869 of 1291
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Originally Posted by craterloads View Post

Just playing around with some Palit 750 Ti StormX DualX and can confirm they are brilliant, really pleased with them.

Hash about the same as my OCed MSI Gamings out of the box, they run at stock 6GHz and auto boost to over 1300+ on core

No need to mess with clocks! in fact on heavy they auto boost to nearly 1400 core

Power consumption is roughly the same, only got 5 right now (6th coming Monday)

370w Scrypt 5 Cards = 74w each
285 Heavy 5 Cards = 57w each

in comparison my MSi 750 Ti Gaming's were doing

440w Scrypt 6 cards = 73.3w each

One thing I just noticed and perhaps why people are getting crashes on Heavy, you cant use the same settings you use on scrypt as on scrypt you pretty much max out the 75w TDP so your cards are limited to a max frequency, lets say 1400 core

But when running heavy you are using significantly less power so the auto boost becomes confused and will run at even higher frequencies say 1500 core, which it simply cant run at (core cant run at that high frequency regardless of juice)

So say in afterburner you are using +100 on scrypt, in fact doesn't matter what you set it at it will only boost to a certain amount due to the TDP limit

But that same +100 in Heavy can be implemented due to being well under the TDP so you will be boosting much more than the core can handle frequency wise

(edit: 550w PSU is handling 5 cards like a champ, should be fine with the 6th card when it comes. Really please as was only £40!)

There's a problem with the x86 binaries me thinks...my settings are super stable and under control and it still crashes from time to time.
post #870 of 1291
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Originally Posted by craterloads View Post

Guys switch to x64 version of CCminer if you are having crashes.

Rock solid 24hrs now using x64 version with full OC. X86 like the rest of you was crashing 4-5hours in even when I lowered OCs.


Thanks again. at 26 hours no crash! x64 seems to work good with win7 64
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