Cgminer Hardware Performance

Discussion in 'Proof-of-work Mining' started by tacotime, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. 2017/12/15 - Decred v1.1.2 released! → Release Notes  → Downloads
  1. Metallicelmo

    Metallicelmo New Member

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    ok so these zip files only contain the decred exe files, If I should use the 64bit zipfile I will be able to connect my own 64bit cgminer to it?
     
  2. thepotterone

    thepotterone Jr. Member

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    yes you can see the list on the github link, https://github.com/decred/dcrd/releases/tag/v0.0
     
  3. Metallicelmo

    Metallicelmo New Member

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    Can anyone provide me a working cgminer 64bit version? I really can't find a single one that works with decred. I'm using the 64bit versions of dcrd.exe dcrctl.exe and dcrwallet.exe but I can only mine coins using a 32bit cgminer witch does not have good performance
     
  4. linas

    linas New Member

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    Ubuntu 15.10 MSI Geforce 980 (avg):1.395Gh/s

    (cgminer-decred-linux-x86_64-20160128 + linux-amd64 binaries)
     
  5. Wolf

    Wolf Jr. Member

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    You didn't look very hard: https://forum.decred.org/threads/cgminer-source.325/page-2#post-4208 :p
     
  6. color

    color New Member

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    Hi
    Windows 64 GPU amd 280x 1.45 Gh/s
     
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  7. thepotterone

    thepotterone Jr. Member

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    That speed is super fast
     
  8. color

    color New Member

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    Thanks
    I have no any special settings just
    cgminer-decred-w32_27012016
    COLOR 0A
    cgminer --blake256 -o 127.0.0.1:19109 -u xxx -p xxx
     
  9. Metallicelmo

    Metallicelmo New Member

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    When I run a benchmark I get twice the speed of what I'm getting while actual mining.
     
  10. BoMBeR

    BoMBeR New Member

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    Ok so I made a little spreadsheet on post that are in this thread up to #90
    If you like this I will keep it up. I made this for my own reference since purchased a card and wanted data that was easier for me to read.
    If you want more data posted to it I can also do that. I was thinking about adding volts and price along with it but then I would need more detailed information since not all models cost the same along with run at the same voltage.
    Here is the link
     
  11. LDWCom

    LDWCom New Member

    #151 LDWCom, Feb 2, 2016
    Last edited: Feb 2, 2016
    Very nice of you that you made that list.

    Would have been even more awesome if you have submitted that info into my website :p
    Although, i understand it's a lot of work :p

    www.mininghwcomparison.com
     
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  12. BoMBeR

    BoMBeR New Member

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    Yea that is a lot more work then I did plus I didnt like the fact you have to view AMD and Nvidia separately.
     
  13. David

    David Sr. Member

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    The website is a good idea as a central place of reference for all these statistics... However, I am sure some people will not understand all the info that you are asking (like mem clock, core clock, even though it is accessible through several programs or on the cards spec page), and others will report inaccurate data since everything is entered manually. I like the idea of having an automated benchmark run and upload the results into the database automatically, but I know that functionality means MAJOR changes on your end.

    I would also suggest the ability to view all cards by algorithm...e.g., all results from blake256 from both Nvidia and AMD chips.
     
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  14. BoMBeR

    BoMBeR New Member

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    Times like these I wish my programming knowledge wasnt so basic because automation is definitely the right way to go
     
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  15. David

    David Sr. Member

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    Me too. I wish I had stuck to it. I would have been able to contribute so much more for something like this.
     
  16. sinister

    sinister New Member

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    AMD R9 380x @ Suprnova pool 1.185Gh/s - 1.204Gh/s max.
    Windows 10 x64
    Crimson 16.1.1
     
  17. Wolf

    Wolf Jr. Member

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    Here, I made binaries of OCMiner's git. My signature on these certifies that they are compiled from the same code on his git - I made no mods except what I needed to in order to make it cross-build for Win64. It does NOT certify that I vouch for the code, as I've not gone over it. Anyways, yeah, have some:

    https://ottrbutt.com/miner/downloads/decred-cgminer/wolf-decred-cgminer-ocminer-02022016-win64.zip
    https://ottrbutt.com/miner/download...decred-cgminer-ocminer-02022016-win64.zip.sig

    Now I have to go diff the bugfixes done by ocminer and the bugfixes done by one of the Decred devs against my own private copy of cgminer that's been heavily edited and merge in the bug fixes, so I'll be busy for a bit.

    Oh, yeah, for those that didn't know - ocminer fixed a bunch of stuff and his pool (suprnova) requires the use of his cgminer, which I just compiled here, or you can find it on GitHub.
     
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  18. Metallicelmo

    Metallicelmo New Member

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    MSI R5850 TWIN FROZR II 1.091 Gh/s 1.1 Gh/s max
    Windows 10 x64
    Standard late ATI driver build into Win10
    extra options: cgminer -I 13 --gpu-engine 950 --gpu-memclock 1150
     
  19. root

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    Fedora 23 64 bit, Nvidia GTX970 - 1050 GH/s
    standard cgminer with opencl kernel from decred's github
     
  20. Antway

    Antway New Member

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    #160 Antway, Feb 4, 2016
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2016
    cgminer default settings

    Win 10 x64, Nvidia GTX 970 - 1.120 Gh/s
    Win 7 x64, ATI Radeon HD 7870 - 750 Mh/s
    Win 7 x64, ATI Radeon HD 4870 - 345 Mh/s
     

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