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Title: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: 1gh on January 11, 2014, 04:33:22 pm
 8) New Stratum/XPT PTS pool: http://pts.1gh.com/

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1GH - 1 Gigahash

Server: ptspool.1gh.com
Stability: ★★★★★
Protocols: xpt (ports: 18120, 18121, 18122, 18123), stratum (ports: 13333, 13334, 13335, 13336)

Software:
CPU mining
yvg1900 yam miner (http://ptsdl.1gh.com/yamminer) + starter pack (http://ptsdl.1gh.com/yam-pts-1gh.zip)

GPU mining
Ubuntu 64-bit (http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-lin-x64.tgz), Windows (http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win.zip) by reorder
Supports NVIDIA GPU!

Cool Features
* Autopayouts! Min: 0.1 PTS.

Thank you!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aber on January 11, 2014, 05:04:07 pm
Yeah :D 1000 cpm with 280x
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: ryen123 on January 11, 2014, 05:07:10 pm
Using the ubuntu 64-bit gpu client. My system has 2 nvidia gpus 570 gtx and 560 ti.

When trying to run the miner with 570 gtx I get the error below and doesn't run. But it works and runs well with the 560 ti. Anyway to solve this?

Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    flag that can be set to true with the set() method and reset to false
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
    given, value defaults to 1.
  File "miner.py", line 1491, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8220)
  File "miner.py", line 1486, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8099)
  File "miner.py", line 1474, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:7921)
  File "miner.py", line 1256, in miner.PTSHasher.processMidstate (miner.c:3810)
MemoryError: clEnqueueNDRangeKernel failed: mem object allocation failure
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 05:13:51 pm
Using the ubuntu 64-bit gpu client. My system has 2 nvidia gpus 570 gtx and 560 ti.

When trying to run the miner with 570 gtx I get the error below and doesn't run. But it works and runs well with the 560 ti. Anyway to solve this?

Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    flag that can be set to true with the set() method and reset to false
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
    given, value defaults to 1.
  File "miner.py", line 1491, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8220)
  File "miner.py", line 1486, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8099)
  File "miner.py", line 1474, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:7921)
  File "miner.py", line 1256, in miner.PTSHasher.processMidstate (miner.c:3810)
MemoryError: clEnqueueNDRangeKernel failed: mem object allocation failure
Looks like the card cannot allocate 512M memory in one piece. Not sure what could cause this. Is your display connected to it?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 11, 2014, 05:39:39 pm
i'm getting 1100 CPM on my 7970 ghz edition. 
are there any ways to estimate rough profitability for this vs memorycoin?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Kenof on January 11, 2014, 05:39:52 pm
I get only 70% GPU usage on my 280X, what could be the problem?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aber on January 11, 2014, 05:41:25 pm
Ryen123, boot ubuntu to pure command line and run miner from there as sudo.

Modify your file /etc/default/grub with

GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="text"
and do sudo update-grub. The machine will boot in text mode.

**To start the graphical interface you do

sudo service lightdm start
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 05:43:03 pm
I get only 70% GPU usage on my 280X, what could be the problem?
A lot of memory access - it is not counted as 'load' since cores are idle when memory is being read/written.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: metraque on January 11, 2014, 06:17:10 pm
Is there any CPU/GPU Hardware comparison table of this currency? I can not find any.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: kbhutto on January 11, 2014, 06:24:21 pm
Getting terrible cpm on 290.... ~450 :( :( 
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: leechs on January 11, 2014, 06:25:05 pm
My 5850 seems suspend without anything. Is it correct?


D:\pts-1gh-win\pts-1gh-win>pts-miner.exe Pfx1ZxHaDQYsb3QGWbWGQpydThnD8qSqJc 0-0
Sun Jan 12 02:16:09 2014 Miner Starts - ptspool.1gh.com:8083
PTSHasher:0-0 initialized on platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing, devic
e Cypress, vendor: Advan
ced Micro Devices, Inc.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 06:27:35 pm
Getting terrible cpm on 290.... ~450 :( :(
This is really strange (if you mean R9 290), 7870 yields 620-630. Any chance you have left your memory downclocked to the floor after mining bitcoin? :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 06:28:14 pm
My 5850 seems suspend without anything. Is it correct?


D:\pts-1gh-win\pts-1gh-win>pts-miner.exe Pfx1ZxHaDQYsb3QGWbWGQpydThnD8qSqJc 0-0
Sun Jan 12 02:16:09 2014 Miner Starts - ptspool.1gh.com:8083
PTSHasher:0-0 initialized on platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing, devic
e Cypress, vendor: Advan
ced Micro Devices, Inc.
Does it stay in this state for long? It may take couple minutes to compile the kernel.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: kbhutto on January 11, 2014, 06:31:50 pm
Getting terrible cpm on 290.... ~450 :( :(
This is really strange (if you mean R9 290), 7870 yields 620-630. Any chance you have left your memory downclocked to the floor after mining bitcoin? :)

Yes, R9. I am using my cgminer settings i.e. 1000/1500.......something is wrong. My 7850s are doing around ~250.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: antonio8 on January 11, 2014, 06:32:37 pm
Getting ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\cl.pyd

Trying to use Nvidia 670. Don't know if it is an AWS Card(http://)

Hopefully that picture attached.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 06:36:37 pm
Getting ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\cl.pyd

Trying to use Nvidia 670. Don't know if it is an AWS Card(http://)

Hopefully that picture attached.
The error means OpenCL cannot be loaded in your system. Is this in Windows? btw AWS g2.2xlarge has GRID K520 cards.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: leechs on January 11, 2014, 06:36:58 pm
My 5850 seems suspend without anything. Is it correct?


D:\pts-1gh-win\pts-1gh-win>pts-miner.exe Pfx1ZxHaDQYsb3QGWbWGQpydThnD8qSqJc 0-0
Sun Jan 12 02:16:09 2014 Miner Starts - ptspool.1gh.com:8083
PTSHasher:0-0 initialized on platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing, devic
e Cypress, vendor: Advan
ced Micro Devices, Inc.
Does it stay in this state for long? It may take couple minutes to compile the kernel.

Yes, around 10 minutes, it still stay in this state. In my another pc, card 7950 works fine and reponse soon around 10 seconds. Maybe 5850 can not use this miner.

BTW, my 7950 is only 120 hpm... terrible...

Finally, 5850 works. But speed is really ugly..Only 8 hpm????


Sun Jan 12 02:32:03 2014 Worker 1 cpm 8.345141 hpm 3.303285 A/R/T 1/1/0 -> RPC
esult: Rejected prevhash-unknown
Sun Jan 12 02:39:36 2014 Worker 1 cpm 8.792541 hpm 3.306597 A/R/T 1/2/0 -> RPC
esult: Rejected prevhash-unknown
Sun Jan 12 02:41:24 2014 Worker 1 cpm 8.669172 hpm 3.308844 A/R/T 2/2/0 -> RPC
esult: Accepted
Sun Jan 12 02:45:57 2014 Worker 1 cpm 9.161207 hpm 3.308214 A/R/T 2/3/0 -> RPC
esult: Rejected prevhash-stale
Sun Jan 12 02:46:32 2014 Worker 1 cpm 9.139225 hpm 3.309881 A/R/T 2/4/0 -> RPC
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: antonio8 on January 11, 2014, 06:39:09 pm
Getting ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\cl.pyd

Trying to use Nvidia 670. Don't know if it is an AWS Card(http://)

Hopefully that picture attached.
The error means OpenCL cannot be loaded in your system. Is this in Windows? btw AWS g2.2xlarge has GRID K520 cards.

Yes Windows 7 64 bit system.

I do have the OpenCL dll in my system 32 folder

On the bold. Does that mean the GTX 670 is not AWS.

Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 06:44:36 pm
Getting ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\cl.pyd

Trying to use Nvidia 670. Don't know if it is an AWS Card(http://)

Hopefully that picture attached.
The error means OpenCL cannot be loaded in your system. Is this in Windows? btw AWS g2.2xlarge has GRID K520 cards.

Yes Windows 7 64 bit system.

I do have the OpenCL dll in my system 32 folder

On the bold. Does that mean the GTX 670 is not AWS.
AWS is Amazon web services, so, no, GTX 670 is not it.

Does cgminer start in your system and can find the card?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: ryen123 on January 11, 2014, 06:51:31 pm
Using the ubuntu 64-bit gpu client. My system has 2 nvidia gpus 570 gtx and 560 ti.

When trying to run the miner with 570 gtx I get the error below and doesn't run. But it works and runs well with the 560 ti. Anyway to solve this?

Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    flag that can be set to true with the set() method and reset to false
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
    given, value defaults to 1.
  File "miner.py", line 1491, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8220)
  File "miner.py", line 1486, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8099)
  File "miner.py", line 1474, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:7921)
  File "miner.py", line 1256, in miner.PTSHasher.processMidstate (miner.c:3810)
MemoryError: clEnqueueNDRangeKernel failed: mem object allocation failure
Looks like the card cannot allocate 512M memory in one piece. Not sure what could cause this. Is your display connected to it?

Yes 570gtx is my primary card driving my monitor. Could it be insufficient memory? The 570gtx is 1.3GB and 560ti is 2GB.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: ryen123 on January 11, 2014, 06:52:54 pm
Ryen123, boot ubuntu to pure command line and run miner from there as sudo.

Modify your file /etc/default/grub with

GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="text"
and do sudo update-grub. The machine will boot in text mode.

**To start the graphical interface you do

sudo service lightdm start

I still want to use the pc while mining so running in command line is not for me. Thanks anyways.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 11, 2014, 06:55:18 pm
if you use windows(not sure if that's an option for you) I have full desktop use without any lag or freezing while mining PTS
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: leechs on January 11, 2014, 06:55:54 pm
i'm getting 1100 CPM on my 7970 ghz edition. 
are there any ways to estimate rough profitability for this vs memorycoin?

My 7970 only get 110 CPM, why?..
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 06:58:30 pm
Using the ubuntu 64-bit gpu client. My system has 2 nvidia gpus 570 gtx and 560 ti.

When trying to run the miner with 570 gtx I get the error below and doesn't run. But it works and runs well with the 560 ti. Anyway to solve this?

Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    flag that can be set to true with the set() method and reset to false
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
    given, value defaults to 1.
  File "miner.py", line 1491, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8220)
  File "miner.py", line 1486, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8099)
  File "miner.py", line 1474, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:7921)
  File "miner.py", line 1256, in miner.PTSHasher.processMidstate (miner.c:3810)
MemoryError: clEnqueueNDRangeKernel failed: mem object allocation failure
Looks like the card cannot allocate 512M memory in one piece. Not sure what could cause this. Is your display connected to it?

Yes 570gtx is my primary card driving my monitor.
Then it is most likely the case - framebuffer has not left a contiguous 512M piece of VRAM for the miner.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: qcmcat on January 11, 2014, 06:59:23 pm
two problem:

1.my 280x only run at 500-600cpm. ausu 280x dc2t ,  what can i do to be normal 1000 cpm like other peoples?
2.pts.1gh.com still don't show any block found. how could i know how much pts i have dig out?

thank you !
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 07:00:06 pm
i'm getting 1100 CPM on my 7970 ghz edition. 
are there any ways to estimate rough profitability for this vs memorycoin?

My 7970 only get 110 CPM, why?..
Do you have timeouts or rejects other than 'prevhash-stale' by any chance?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: antonio8 on January 11, 2014, 07:02:47 pm
Getting ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\cl.pyd

Trying to use Nvidia 670. Don't know if it is an AWS Card(http://)

Hopefully that picture attached.
The error means OpenCL cannot be loaded in your system. Is this in Windows? btw AWS g2.2xlarge has GRID K520 cards.

Yes Windows 7 64 bit system.

I do have the OpenCL dll in my system 32 folder

On the bold. Does that mean the GTX 670 is not AWS.
AWS is Amazon web services, so, no, GTX 670 is not it.

Does cgminer start in your system and can find the card?

Yes it does run with other profiles with the GTX670. Never use it since cudaminer hashes better.

If I knew how to attach pictures I could give the wholemessage
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 07:06:56 pm
Getting ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\cl.pyd

Trying to use Nvidia 670. Don't know if it is an AWS Card(http://)

Hopefully that picture attached.
The error means OpenCL cannot be loaded in your system. Is this in Windows? btw AWS g2.2xlarge has GRID K520 cards.

Yes Windows 7 64 bit system.

I do have the OpenCL dll in my system 32 folder

On the bold. Does that mean the GTX 670 is not AWS.
AWS is Amazon web services, so, no, GTX 670 is not it.

Does cgminer start in your system and can find the card?

Yes it does run with other profiles with the GTX670. Never use it since cudaminer hashes better.

If I knew how to attach pictures I could give the wholemessage
Actually someone has reported the same kind of problem with mmc miner in Win7 x64, so chances are this miner is broken in such config on the moment too. I will test this configuration and provide a fix or a workaround in a day or two.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: ryen123 on January 11, 2014, 07:09:33 pm
In ubuntu my 560ti was able to run but after a few minutes I get this error

Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    flag that can be set to true with the set() method and reset to false
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
    given, value defaults to 1.
  File "miner.py", line 1491, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8220)
  File "miner.py", line 1486, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8099)
  File "miner.py", line 1474, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:7921)
  File "miner.py", line 1268, in miner.PTSHasher.processMidstate (miner.c:4097)
  File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyopencl-2013.3-py2.7-linux-x86_64.egg/pyopencl/__init__.py", line 895, in new_func
RuntimeError: clEnqueueReadBuffer failed: out of resources
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: leechs on January 11, 2014, 07:22:38 pm
i'm getting 1100 CPM on my 7970 ghz edition. 
are there any ways to estimate rough profitability for this vs memorycoin?

My 7970 only get 110 CPM, why?..
Do you have timeouts or rejects other than 'prevhash-stale' by any chance?

No, all "accepted"

I have 3 7950 adn 1 7970 running with my pc, total memory is 8G. But the total gpu memory is 12G, maybe my memory is not enough?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 07:25:23 pm
i'm getting 1100 CPM on my 7970 ghz edition. 
are there any ways to estimate rough profitability for this vs memorycoin?

My 7970 only get 110 CPM, why?..
Do you have timeouts or rejects other than 'prevhash-stale' by any chance?

No, all "accepted"

I have 3 7950 adn 1 7970 running with my pc, total memory is 8G. But the total gpu memory is 12G, maybe my memory is not enough?
No, your RAM is more than sufficient. Would you please try starting one miner instance per card?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 07:28:22 pm
In ubuntu my 560ti was able to run but after a few minutes I get this error

Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    flag that can be set to true with the set() method and reset to false
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
    given, value defaults to 1.
  File "miner.py", line 1491, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8220)
  File "miner.py", line 1486, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8099)
  File "miner.py", line 1474, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:7921)
  File "miner.py", line 1268, in miner.PTSHasher.processMidstate (miner.c:4097)
  File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyopencl-2013.3-py2.7-linux-x86_64.egg/pyopencl/__init__.py", line 895, in new_func
RuntimeError: clEnqueueReadBuffer failed: out of resources
Sorry, no idea about this one. Obviously it is out of memory, but it is not clear how is that possible. I will get hold of some Nvidia hardware in the next day or two and will provide a fix or a workaround.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: antonio8 on January 11, 2014, 07:28:58 pm
two problem:

1.my 280x only run at 500-600cpm. ausu 280x dc2t ,  what can i do to be normal 1000 cpm like other peoples?
2.pts.1gh.com still don't show any block found. how could i know how much pts i have dig out?

thank you !

I would like to know this also if anyone knows about this.

Afetr about 30 mins I still show 0's for balance, unconfirmed
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: qcmcat on January 11, 2014, 07:29:26 pm
two problem:

1.my 280x only run at 500-600cpm. ausu 280x dc2t ,  what can i do to be normal 1000 cpm like other peoples?
2.pts.1gh.com still don't show any block found. how could i know how much pts i have dig out?

thank you !

record please help me.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 11, 2014, 07:30:43 pm
two problem:

1.my 280x only run at 500-600cpm. ausu 280x dc2t ,  what can i do to be normal 1000 cpm like other peoples?
2.pts.1gh.com still don't show any block found. how could i know how much pts i have dig out?

thank you !

I would like to know this also if anyone knows about this.

Afetr about 30 mins I still show 0's for balance, unconfirmed

He answered it in his question, we haven't found any blocks yet.  Therefore nobody has mined anything confirmed or unconfirmed. 
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 07:34:13 pm
two problem:

1.my 280x only run at 500-600cpm. ausu 280x dc2t ,  what can i do to be normal 1000 cpm like other peoples?
2.pts.1gh.com still don't show any block found. how could i know how much pts i have dig out?

thank you !

I would like to know this also if anyone knows about this.

Afetr about 30 mins I still show 0's for balance, unconfirmed
Found shares display is only updated when a block is found, and there was no biock found yet. This will be fixed soon (display, that is: we cannot fix finding blocks :) )
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 11, 2014, 07:36:09 pm
Hello i'm new to protoshares, i´ve got 2 Gpu´s mining one Hd7870 at 660 Cpm and one Hd 7950 at 949 Cpm are these numbers normal for this cards?

And with this Hash rate how much would i be making per day in protoshares?

Can anyone help with these questions?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: antonio8 on January 11, 2014, 07:42:35 pm
two problem:

1.my 280x only run at 500-600cpm. ausu 280x dc2t ,  what can i do to be normal 1000 cpm like other peoples?
2.pts.1gh.com still don't show any block found. how could i know how much pts i have dig out?

thank you !

I would like to know this also if anyone knows about this.

Afetr about 30 mins I still show 0's for balance, unconfirmed

He answered it in his question, we haven't found any blocks yet.  Therefore nobody has mined anything confirmed or unconfirmed.

Oh.

Sorry about that. Was expecting to see like mining for the MMC. Little bit here and there.

Guess my eyes were bigger than my belly.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 07:44:46 pm
Hello i'm new to protoshares, i´ve got 2 Gpu´s mining one Hd7870 at 660 Cpm and one Hd 7950 at 949 Cpm are these numbers normal for this cards?

And with this Hash rate how much would i be making per day in protoshares?

Can anyone help with these questions?
Your cpm numbers are good, but your profitability is hard to estimate as of yet. It depends on how much consistently will the pool find blocks, and that depends on total hashing power.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 11, 2014, 07:46:45 pm
ok thanks for the answer, i´ve never mined protoshares with cpu, is it better to mine with cpu or with gpu?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Kenof on January 11, 2014, 07:50:43 pm
I get only 70% GPU usage on my 280X, what could be the problem?

OK, I have managed to get ~100% usage on all my cards.
If you have 3 cards you have to run 3 instances of miner where every miner uses only one GPU.
(In batch file, after your PTS address add 0-0 or 0-1 or 0-2 respectively to GPU designation)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: leechs on January 11, 2014, 07:54:05 pm
i'm getting 1100 CPM on my 7970 ghz edition. 
are there any ways to estimate rough profitability for this vs memorycoin?

My 7970 only get 110 CPM, why?..
Do you have timeouts or rejects other than 'prevhash-stale' by any chance?

No, all "accepted"

I have 3 7950 adn 1 7970 running with my pc, total memory is 8G. But the total gpu memory is 12G, maybe my memory is not enough?
No, your RAM is more than sufficient. Would you please try starting one miner instance per card?

Now, it comes to 352. or 304.. As it's 7970, the normal speed shall be 1000+.I don't know what's wrong with my card...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 07:55:17 pm
I get only 70% GPU usage on my 280X, what could be the problem?

OK, I have managed to get ~100% usage on all my cards.
If you have 3 cards you have to run 3 instances of miner where every miner uses only one GPU.
(In batch file, after your PTS address add 0-0 or 0-1 or 0-2 respectively to GPU designation)
Does it also affect your hashrate?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 07:56:41 pm

Now, it comes to 352. or 304.. As it's 7970, the normal speed shall be 1000+.I don't know what's wrong with my card...
Everything is probably ok with your card, but drivers or the miner itself must be doing something wrong. Any chance you could try Linux?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: leechs on January 11, 2014, 08:00:37 pm

Now, it comes to 352. or 304.. As it's 7970, the normal speed shall be 1000+.I don't know what's wrong with my card...
Everything is probably ok with your card, but drivers or the miner itself must be doing something wrong. Any chance you could try Linux?

No, I only use win7. Do you know where can I download AMD driver for linux/UBUNTU? Currently, my card is mining LTC, speed is around 600k. AMD driver version is 12.8 . I think the driver shall be ok...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mardoc on January 11, 2014, 08:04:02 pm
I have a question about CPM using your CPU miner. Are you using a different metric than say Ypool? I get ~1250CPM on one of my rigs (2P E5-2670 V2) using Ypool. I'm only showing around 350 CPM on 1GH using that rig and 6x 6750s...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 08:07:10 pm

Now, it comes to 352. or 304.. As it's 7970, the normal speed shall be 1000+.I don't know what's wrong with my card...
Everything is probably ok with your card, but drivers or the miner itself must be doing something wrong. Any chance you could try Linux?

No, I only use win7. Do you know where can I download AMD driver for linux/UBUNTU? Currently, my card is mining LTC, speed is around 600k. AMD driver version is 12.8 . I think the driver shall be ok...
Actually Catalyst for Ubuntu/Linux is downloaded from the same page with Windows (http://support.amd.com/en-us/download). But, you cannot use it Windows, I was talking about switching OS itself. But anyway, perhaps you could upgrade Catalyst to 13.12? It should not affect cgminer or your regular usage, but may help with this coin.

This coin is in certain ways more demanding than LTC (for one, it requires much more VRAM), this is why driver flaws (or miner's own, but I am not aware of any for now) have more chance to kick in.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Kenof on January 11, 2014, 08:14:12 pm
I get only 70% GPU usage on my 280X, what could be the problem?

OK, I have managed to get ~100% usage on all my cards.
If you have 3 cards you have to run 3 instances of miner where every miner uses only one GPU.
(In batch file, after your PTS address add 0-0 or 0-1 or 0-2 respectively to GPU designation)
Does it also affect your hashrate?

yes, both of them cpm and hpm

Sapphire R9 280X ~ 1050 CPM, 309 HPM
Gigabyte R9 280X ~  996 CPM, 296 HPM
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: 1gh on January 11, 2014, 08:23:49 pm
I get ~1250CPM on one of my rigs (2P E5-2670 V2) using Ypool. I'm only showing around 350 CPM on 1GH using that rig
CPU miner is not optimized (yet), i.e. it doesn't contain code from jhProtominer.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 11, 2014, 08:24:23 pm
I get only 70% GPU usage on my 280X, what could be the problem?

OK, I have managed to get ~100% usage on all my cards.
If you have 3 cards you have to run 3 instances of miner where every miner uses only one GPU.
(In batch file, after your PTS address add 0-0 or 0-1 or 0-2 respectively to GPU designation)
Does it also affect your hashrate?

For me it did, 3x 280 @ once = 3 x ~ 800 | 3x 280 individual each = 3x > 1000  8)

If only the first block would appear, Y-Pool is approx 80times as big in the moment... yet...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mardoc on January 11, 2014, 08:27:08 pm
CPU miner is not optimized (yet), i.e. it doesn't contain code from jhProtominer.
Is and/or will it be an option to use the yam miner on 1GH?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: antonio8 on January 11, 2014, 08:31:53 pm
@reorder

Anyway to get this running on ypool.et?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aber on January 11, 2014, 08:35:53 pm
antonio, like on mmc... no way, it is 1gh exclusive miner
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: antonio8 on January 11, 2014, 08:38:07 pm
antonio, like on mmc... no way, it is 1gh exclusive miner

Yeah. And thanks

Someone else has a cuda miner working over there.

EDIT: I could not get reorder's working on my GTX670
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: chida on January 11, 2014, 08:46:18 pm
other pc with nvidia gtx 450

Code: [Select]
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 5, in <module>
  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 82, in load_module
  File "pyopencl\__init__.pyo", line 28, in <module>
  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 98, in load_module
ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\_cl.pyd

C:\Users\Chisi\Downloads\pts-1gh-win\pts-1gh-win>pause
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jungo on January 11, 2014, 09:03:38 pm
Yeah :D 1000 cpm with 280x


How do you set? Your advice! Thank you.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aber on January 11, 2014, 09:08:33 pm
Boot ubuntu 13.04 in command line, run miner from command line, its all
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jungo on January 11, 2014, 09:12:20 pm
Yeah :D 1000 cpm with 280x
why 280X only 198cp?How do you set? Your advice! Thank you.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jungo on January 11, 2014, 09:15:10 pm
I get only 70% GPU usage on my 280X, what could be the problem?

OK, I have managed to get ~100% usage on all my cards.
If you have 3 cards you have to run 3 instances of miner where every miner uses only one GPU.
(In batch file, after your PTS address add 0-0 or 0-1 or 0-2 respectively to GPU designation)
Does it also affect your hashrate?

yes, both of them cpm and hpm

Sapphire R9 280X ~ 1050 CPM, 309 HPM
Gigabyte R9 280X ~  996 CPM, 296 HPM

Hello brother! Your 280X is how to do? Only 198 of my 280X  tks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: voffka05 on January 11, 2014, 10:30:07 pm
First BLOCK ! Congr!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 11, 2014, 10:30:23 pm
Looks like they found a block! (41365)  :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 11, 2014, 10:54:33 pm
Thank you, guys!

To celebrate, I have a miner update that implements (sort of) nTime-rolling. It should solve your network latency issues and improve cpm, please update from the same download link!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Brekyrself on January 11, 2014, 11:05:43 pm
Thank you, guys!

To celebrate, I have a miner update that implements (sort of) nTime-rolling. It should solve your network latency issues and improve cpm, please update from the same download link!

Can you incorporate a miner version # in the file name so we can keep track?  Thanks for all the great work!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aber on January 11, 2014, 11:18:44 pm
Now wait for scnd block :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 12:02:08 am
Sorry, guys, had to update it again (only Windows version) due to a subtle bug which prevented ntime-roll from working. Please redownload.

I am not able to change the link yet, so I cannot append version number to it for the next few hours. I have put a copy however, available at this URL: http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.1.zip
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 12:05:56 am
Sorry, guys, had to update it again (only Windows version) due to a subtle bug which prevented ntime-roll from working. Please redownload.

I am not able to change the link yet, so I cannot append version number to it for the next few hours. I have put a copy however, available at this URL: http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.1.zip
it could just be a coincidence but i'm getting a bunch more stale rejects now
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aber on January 12, 2014, 12:07:30 am
Second block :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 12:09:17 am
Sorry, guys, had to update it again (only Windows version) due to a subtle bug which prevented ntime-roll from working. Please redownload.

I am not able to change the link yet, so I cannot append version number to it for the next few hours. I have put a copy however, available at this URL: http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.1.zip
it could just be a coincidence but i'm getting a bunch more stale rejects now
Not a coincidence actually, the queue in the miner is deeper now, but it should be compensated by a better cpm..
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 12:15:59 am
Sorry, guys, had to update it again (only Windows version) due to a subtle bug which prevented ntime-roll from working. Please redownload.

I am not able to change the link yet, so I cannot append version number to it for the next few hours. I have put a copy however, available at this URL: http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.1.zip
it could just be a coincidence but i'm getting a bunch more stale rejects now
Not a coincidence actually, the queue in the miner is deeper now, but it should be compensated by a better cpm..

CPM is not better with me. Actually, maybe 5% less, to be honest. First version was the fastest in regard of CPM, second and third are a bit less.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: flakblaze on January 12, 2014, 12:23:38 am
CPM does appear to be slightly lower for me in 1.1 (using 6970s).
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 12:26:10 am
yeah, same here.  I'm seeing it at around 1085 down from the 1100-1130 that i was fluctuating between before(it had settled around 1110). The CPM is still slowly climbing, but i'm also seeing about 5% rejects
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 12:26:34 am
Does the 'queue in' (queued tasks for the card) value often fall below 8 for you with 1.1?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 12:29:44 am
as far as i can see it's stayed at 8.  I'll watch it for a bit to see
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 12:32:11 am
Does the 'queue in' (queued tasks for the card) value often fall below 8 for you with 1.1?

Constantly at 8 in 1.1
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 12:34:58 am
still constantly at 8 here, my CPM has climbed to about 1095 now, rejects still about 5%
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: bustever on January 12, 2014, 12:35:18 am
Hello,

Thank you for you GPU miner project !  :)

The hashrate is abnormally low with my 5870, i have only 275 hpm  :( . (I'am LTC miner and i have 440 Kh/s with this card) Win 8.1 + 13.9 drivers.

I try with the last update, but I have the same problem. Do you have an idea to enhance my hashrate ?


Thank you
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: voffka05 on January 12, 2014, 12:36:13 am
7-10% rejects with v1.1 .i have two cards and start it not together(in one bat). 1 bat with card 0 , 2 bat with card 1 i have better results .
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 12:43:39 am
Hello,

Thank you for you GPU miner project !  :)

The hashrate is abnormally low with my 5870, i have only 275 hpm  :( . (I'am LTC miner and i have 440 Kh/s with this card) Win 8.1 + 13.9 drivers.

I try with the last update, but I have the same problem. Do you have an idea to enhance my hashrate ?


Thank you
what is your CPM, that's what we're using to measure this i think. 

Reorder how is the server holding up?  I recall when we started MMC that the strain started to lower people's hashrate there. 

For now though i switched back to one of the "older" versions.  5+% rejects for me is at least 55 CPM lost and the new version was maybe equal in speed, but looking a bit slower.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: bustever on January 12, 2014, 01:00:18 am
Hello,

I meant 275 CPM (100 HPM) . Sorry for the mistake  ;D
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 01:05:00 am
Hello,

I meant 275 CPM (100 HPM) . Sorry for the mistake  ;D
The miner is algorithmically slower on 1G cards than on 1.5G+, and 5870's memory controllers are inferior to newer ones. This coin depends on fast memory access a lot.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 01:08:39 am
Regarding stales, I am going to address it 10-15 hours later. Until then, please use 1.1 if you can live with it, or stick to older version, but your CPM in it may eventually degrade as the load on the server grows.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Primecoindude on January 12, 2014, 01:16:51 am
Did download miner and setup a run.bat, the miner starts, skips the CPU, then
Quote
PTShasher:0-0 intialized on platform AMD Accelerated Paralell Processing Device Cape Verde, vendor Advanced Micro Device Inc.     ,  mem:2147483648
and nothing happens, miner dont starts and well nothing happens.. what am i missing?
My run.bat:
Quote
pts-miner.exe ptspool.1gh.com:8083 -u PaZyFwt6ECTGUV2sHMz447NMNbPpUkisJp

Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: kotofey on January 12, 2014, 01:18:59 am
Did download miner and setup a run.bat, the miner starts, skips the CPU, then
Quote
PTShasher:0-0 intialized on platform AMD Accelerated Paralell Processing Device Cape Verde, vendor Advanced Micro Device Inc.     ,  mem:2147483648
and nothing happens, miner dont starts and well nothing happens.. what am i missing?
My run.bat:
Quote
pts-miner.exe ptspool.1gh.com:8083 -u PaZyFwt6ECTGUV2sHMz447NMNbPpUkisJp

Use

Quote
pts-miner.exe PaZyFwt6ECTGUV2sHMz447NMNbPpUkisJp
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Primecoindude on January 12, 2014, 01:24:13 am
Did download miner and setup a run.bat, the miner starts, skips the CPU, then
Quote
PTShasher:0-0 intialized on platform AMD Accelerated Paralell Processing Device Cape Verde, vendor Advanced Micro Device Inc.     ,  mem:2147483648
and nothing happens, miner dont starts and well nothing happens.. what am i missing?
My run.bat:
Quote
pts-miner.exe ptspool.1gh.com:8083 -u PaZyFwt6ECTGUV2sHMz447NMNbPpUkisJp

Use

Quote
pts-miner.exe PaZyFwt6ECTGUV2sHMz447NMNbPpUkisJp

Its running now, thanks alot dude! PM addy for donation.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 01:39:58 am
Regarding stales, I am going to address it 10-15 hours later. Until then, please use 1.1 if you can live with it, or stick to older version, but your CPM in it may eventually degrade as the load on the server grows.
well it's a good start anyways, and we have block 3
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: johnzero on January 12, 2014, 02:52:02 am
2 X 7990 can not run , please help :o
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: zwang97 on January 12, 2014, 03:21:26 am
Can someone write a guide of cloud mining on AWS GPU instances? Thanks!

8) New getwork PTS pool: http://pts.1gh.com/

Quote
1GH - 1 Gigahash

Server: ptspool.1gh.com, ports 8080, 8081, 8082, 8083 - use any.
Protocol: getwork

Software:
CPU mining
WIP, CPU Miner (Sources) (https://github.com/hibitcoin/cpuminer)

GPU mining
Ubuntu 64-bit (http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-lin-x64.tgz), Windows (http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win.zip) by reorder
Supports AWS NVIDIA GPU!

Features
* Autopayouts! Min: 0.1 PTS.

Thank you!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: bitminer9000 on January 12, 2014, 05:19:15 am
6970 hangs, 6850 hangs
my 7970s and 280x's gives 920-1000 cm
a6-6400k gpu on cpu gives 188 cm
a10-6800k gpu on cpu gives 266 cm


havn't had much luck getting the cpuminer compiled
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: vovik70 on January 12, 2014, 07:11:58 am
Всем привет -- покажите строчку для запуска  - GPU майнера



Что не так  -- pts-miner.exe ptspool.1gh.com:8083 -u Pq21TVcVXcGXYofxw6t11jaLDKzMKWckKD -p ххххххх 1-0
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: agran on January 12, 2014, 07:24:02 am
Всем привет -- покажите строчку для запуска  - GPU майнера
pts-miner.exe PeanutsEeRvi8hFELjYf4dhKXtQ6kZCF2Q
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: earntodie on January 12, 2014, 09:26:33 am
We need more GPU power!  8)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 10:17:48 am
Guys,

Another miner update is posted, it solves stales problem while keeping your CPM maximized. Please update:
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.2.zip
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-lin-x64-1.2.tgz
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 12, 2014, 11:27:20 am
Why are we getting so many immature blocks?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 11:28:33 am
Why are we getting so many immature blocks?
all blocks mined are immature until they reach a set number of confirms.  no pool or solo miner will get less immatures if they find blocks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 11:44:32 am
Why are we getting so many immature blocks?

Better Question: why the block rate "degraded" while Hashpower rised constantly? Laws of Propability? Seems like best working Condition was somewhen 6 hours ago...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 11:51:03 am
Why are we getting so many immature blocks?

Better Question: why the block rate "degraded" while Hashpower rised constantly? Laws of Propability? Seems like best working Condition was somewhen 6 hours ago...
Just luck or lack thereof.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: old_pioner on January 12, 2014, 12:15:33 pm
Have issue:
Code: [Select]
c:\pts-1gh-win>pts-miner.exe PbFmDH5TqZViVm4TR2e4p9H4DqDYpUKdnN
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 5, in <module>
  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 82, in load_module
  File "pyopencl\__init__.pyo", line 28, in <module>
  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 98, in load_module
ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\_cl.pyd
My gpu:
Code: [Select]
deviceQuery.exe Starting...

 CUDA Device Query (Runtime API) version (CUDART static linking)

Detected 1 CUDA Capable device(s)

Device 0: "GeForce GTX 650 Ti"
  CUDA Driver Version / Runtime Version          6.0 / 5.5
  CUDA Capability Major/Minor version number:    3.0
  Total amount of global memory:                 1024 MBytes (1073414144 bytes)
  ( 4) Multiprocessors, (192) CUDA Cores/MP:     768 CUDA Cores
  GPU Clock rate:                                928 MHz (0.93 GHz)
  Memory Clock rate:                             2700 Mhz
  Memory Bus Width:                              128-bit
  L2 Cache Size:                                 262144 bytes
  Maximum Texture Dimension Size (x,y,z)         1D=(65536), 2D=(65536, 65536),
3D=(4096, 4096, 4096)
  Maximum Layered 1D Texture Size, (num) layers  1D=(16384), 2048 layers
  Maximum Layered 2D Texture Size, (num) layers  2D=(16384, 16384), 2048 layers
  Total amount of constant memory:               65536 bytes
  Total amount of shared memory per block:       49152 bytes
  Total number of registers available per block: 65536
  Warp size:                                     32
  Maximum number of threads per multiprocessor:  2048
  Maximum number of threads per block:           1024
  Max dimension size of a thread block (x,y,z): (1024, 1024, 64)
  Max dimension size of a grid size    (x,y,z): (2147483647, 65535, 65535)
  Maximum memory pitch:                          2147483647 bytes
  Texture alignment:                             512 bytes
  Concurrent copy and kernel execution:          Yes with 1 copy engine(s)
  Run time limit on kernels:                     Yes
  Integrated GPU sharing Host Memory:            No
  Support host page-locked memory mapping:       Yes
  Alignment requirement for Surfaces:            Yes
  Device has ECC support:                        Disabled
  CUDA Device Driver Mode (TCC or WDDM):         WDDM (Windows Display Driver Mo
del)
  Device supports Unified Addressing (UVA):      No
  Device PCI Bus ID / PCI location ID:           2 / 0
  Compute Mode:
     < Default (multiple host threads can use ::cudaSetDevice() with device simu
ltaneously) >

deviceQuery, CUDA Driver = CUDART, CUDA Driver Version = 6.0, CUDA Runtime Versi
on = 5.5, NumDevs = 1, Device0 = GeForce GTX 650 Ti
Result = PASS
Maybe low memory? Monitor plugged in the card too/
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: earntodie on January 12, 2014, 12:22:44 pm
What about CPU mining for Win and Mac?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 12:23:46 pm
Why are we getting so many immature blocks?

Better Question: why the block rate "degraded" while Hashpower rised constantly? Laws of Propability? Seems like best working Condition was somewhen 6 hours ago...
Just luck or lack thereof.

If the lack of luck persists hashpower will change it's mind sooner or later  8), or maybe ypool also ... gpu ...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 12:27:24 pm
Why are we getting so many immature blocks?

Better Question: why the block rate "degraded" while Hashpower rised constantly? Laws of Propability? Seems like best working Condition was somewhen 6 hours ago...
Just luck or lack thereof.

If the lack of luck persists hashpower will change it's mind sooner or later  8), or maybe ypool also ... gpu ...
That for sure, so tell your AMD friends how cool PTS is :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 12:28:44 pm
Have issue:
Code: [Select]
c:\pts-1gh-win>pts-miner.exe PbFmDH5TqZViVm4TR2e4p9H4DqDYpUKdnN
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 5, in <module>
  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 82, in load_module
  File "pyopencl\__init__.pyo", line 28, in <module>
  File "zipextimporter.pyo", line 98, in load_module
ImportError: MemoryLoadLibrary failed loading pyopencl\_cl.pyd
My gpu:
Code: [Select]
deviceQuery.exe Starting...

 CUDA Device Query (Runtime API) version (CUDART static linking)

Detected 1 CUDA Capable device(s)

Device 0: "GeForce GTX 650 Ti"
  CUDA Driver Version / Runtime Version          6.0 / 5.5
  CUDA Capability Major/Minor version number:    3.0
  Total amount of global memory:                 1024 MBytes (1073414144 bytes)
  ( 4) Multiprocessors, (192) CUDA Cores/MP:     768 CUDA Cores
  GPU Clock rate:                                928 MHz (0.93 GHz)
  Memory Clock rate:                             2700 Mhz
  Memory Bus Width:                              128-bit
  L2 Cache Size:                                 262144 bytes
  Maximum Texture Dimension Size (x,y,z)         1D=(65536), 2D=(65536, 65536),
3D=(4096, 4096, 4096)
  Maximum Layered 1D Texture Size, (num) layers  1D=(16384), 2048 layers
  Maximum Layered 2D Texture Size, (num) layers  2D=(16384, 16384), 2048 layers
  Total amount of constant memory:               65536 bytes
  Total amount of shared memory per block:       49152 bytes
  Total number of registers available per block: 65536
  Warp size:                                     32
  Maximum number of threads per multiprocessor:  2048
  Maximum number of threads per block:           1024
  Max dimension size of a thread block (x,y,z): (1024, 1024, 64)
  Max dimension size of a grid size    (x,y,z): (2147483647, 65535, 65535)
  Maximum memory pitch:                          2147483647 bytes
  Texture alignment:                             512 bytes
  Concurrent copy and kernel execution:          Yes with 1 copy engine(s)
  Run time limit on kernels:                     Yes
  Integrated GPU sharing Host Memory:            No
  Support host page-locked memory mapping:       Yes
  Alignment requirement for Surfaces:            Yes
  Device has ECC support:                        Disabled
  CUDA Device Driver Mode (TCC or WDDM):         WDDM (Windows Display Driver Mo
del)
  Device supports Unified Addressing (UVA):      No
  Device PCI Bus ID / PCI location ID:           2 / 0
  Compute Mode:
     < Default (multiple host threads can use ::cudaSetDevice() with device simu
ltaneously) >

deviceQuery, CUDA Driver = CUDART, CUDA Driver Version = 6.0, CUDA Runtime Versi
on = 5.5, NumDevs = 1, Device0 = GeForce GTX 650 Ti
Result = PASS
Maybe low memory? Monitor plugged in the card too/
No, it just does not work yet with Nvidia on 64bit Windows. Working on it right now.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 12:29:37 pm
hey reorder, the latest miner works fine only about 1% rejects now.
Is payout working for the site yet? i noticed that our first confirmed block put me above .1
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: earntodie on January 12, 2014, 12:30:54 pm
If the lack of luck persists hashpower will change it's mind sooner or later  8), or maybe ypool also ... gpu ...
ypоol protoshares is 6%, 1GH.COM is only 3.5%
this is important for my office botnet  8)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 12:42:35 pm
If the lack of luck persists hashpower will change it's mind sooner or later  8), or maybe ypool also ... gpu ...
ypоol protoshares is 6%, 1GH.COM is only 3.5%
this is important for my office botnet  8)

Right, but at the moment 96,5% of "nothing" is less than 94% of "something"., nevermind, don't wanna spoil the party.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 12:44:51 pm
If the lack of luck persists hashpower will change it's mind sooner or later  8), or maybe ypool also ... gpu ...
ypоol protoshares is 6%, 1GH.COM is only 3.5%
this is important for my office botnet  8)

Right, but at the moment 96,5% of "nothing" is less than 94% of "something"., nevermind, don't wanna spoil the party.
look at http://ptsweb.beeeeer.org/blocks
they've found 5 blocks today, 3 yesterday, and 10 the day before.  It varies a lot
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 12:47:44 pm
Btw, isn't it a "unhealthy" condition of a network, if 98% off all blocks are found by just one pool? What has this to do with "consensus" through proof-of-work? Same question is for mmc where 1gh finds nearly all the blocks... maybe a bit off topic, though. Also my understanding in this field or details is still a bit limited, normally you don't worry too much about this, don't you  8)?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 12:50:02 pm
Btw, isn't it a "unhealthy" condition of a network, if 98% off all blocks are found by just one pool? What has this to do with "consensus" through proof-of-work? Same question is for mmc where 1gh finds nearly all the blocks... maybe a bit off topic, though. Also my understanding in this field or details is still a bit limited, normally you don't worry too much about this, don't you  8)?
It is unhealthy indeed. Somehow everyone seems to ignore ypool monopoly in PTS while 1gh takes quite a fire for being #1 in MMC.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 12:53:08 pm
If the lack of luck persists hashpower will change it's mind sooner or later  8), or maybe ypool also ... gpu ...
ypоol protoshares is 6%, 1GH.COM is only 3.5%
this is important for my office botnet  8)

Right, but at the moment 96,5% of "nothing" is less than 94% of "something"., nevermind, don't wanna spoil the party.
look at http://ptsweb.beeeeer.org/blocks
they've found 5 blocks today, 3 yesterday, and 10 the day before.  It varies a lot

Right, but the nice-looking beeer-UI doesn't give a hint about the hashpower involved also - so you can't say anything about the efficiency. 1GH does a bit or at least you could calculate, as long as the top contributor list was shorter than 100, now you can make some estimations. 
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: xxrforone on January 12, 2014, 01:01:42 pm
We need Gpu load up to 99%  not just 65%  7950
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 01:02:12 pm
Payday!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 01:03:16 pm
We need Gpu load up to 99%  not just 65%  7950

How much CPM your 7950 is delivering?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: xxrforone on January 12, 2014, 01:11:13 pm
We need Gpu load up to 99%  not just 65%  7950

How much CPM your 7950 is delivering?

600cpm

If I open two miner ..speed would added up to 900
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 01:13:02 pm
We need Gpu load up to 99%  not just 65%  7950

How much CPM your 7950 is delivering?

600cpm

If I open two miner ..speed would added up to 900

900 is the normal Max for a 7950 i think, so simply start one miner for every GPU and you're fine I think.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Avant on January 12, 2014, 01:14:00 pm
Guys,

Another miner update is posted, it solves stales problem while keeping your CPM maximized. Please update:
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.2.zip
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-lin-x64-1.2.tgz

Yeah, 1.2 seems much better.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: old_pioner on January 12, 2014, 01:30:44 pm
No, it just does not work yet with Nvidia on 64bit Windows. Working on it right now.
I have not 64x - 32x winXP. I mean its old cpu Athlon xII Regor or need >1gb videomemory.
And maybe librares mswsock.dll, powrprof.dll compiled but they placed in system dir too.
Type please help. pts-miner.exe /? not work and which keys may be used in bat?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: ckomega on January 12, 2014, 01:40:17 pm
 ;D we need miner for mac

thanks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 01:43:50 pm
No, it just does not work yet with Nvidia on 64bit Windows. Working on it right now.
I have not 64x - 32x winXP. I mean its old cpu Athlon xII Regor or need >1gb videomemory.
And maybe librares mswsock.dll, powrprof.dll compiled but they placed in system dir too.
Perhaps you could try installing Intel OpenCL SDK or AMD CPU-only OpenCL along with Nvidia driver? I have found out that the problem is caused not by system bitness but rather by Nvidia OpenCL missing OpenCL 1.2 functions. I am now rebuilding things to not require 1.2, but chances are the current miner version may work as is if you install one of those.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 12, 2014, 02:37:12 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 02:41:48 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?

Don't want to be rude but: Haven't you noticed yet that there is a connection between blocks found and payout volume? You think the PTS are simply created on a overall-network-share-basis? If one could point AMD-GPUs at Y...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 02:44:49 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?

And i hope you don't miss the point at wich the regular server-users are calling in "everything is a bit laggy today"  8)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mav2000 on January 12, 2014, 02:45:34 pm
How do I register on this site, IGH.com

Cant find a register button anywhere
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 02:51:23 pm
How do I register on this site, IGH.com

Cant find a register button anywhere
you don't need to register, you just point the miner to the pool with your PTS address
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 02:51:35 pm
How do I register on this site, IGH.com

Cant find a register button anywhere

You don't need to register, you'll have to use YOUR individual Protoshare-Adress you create with your copy of the protoshares Wallet. There's those batch file in the .zip and in there goes:

pts-miner.exe MY-NICE-PTS-ADRESSdsdasdasdasdasdasdasd... 0-1
pause

"MY-NICE-PTS-ADRESS..." has to replaced with, you already guessed it.  With the numbers at the end you can control, which GPU is used if you have more than one. Start one batch-file  for every GPU you want to use for mining. Start with 0-0 and then continue with 0-1 and so on...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 12, 2014, 02:52:14 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?

And i hope you don't miss the point at wich the regular server-users are calling in "everything is a bit laggy today"  8)

Cool - I just wasn't sure because I was expecting to get around 5 PTS based on what I was getting from ypool. I am still getting around 1.2 PTS there today.

Any ideas what 5k CPM can get me a day?

What are you getting yourself today ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 02:53:47 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?

And i hope you don't miss the point at wich the regular server-users are calling in "everything is a bit laggy today"  8)

Cool - I just wasn't sure because I was expecting to get around 5 PTS based on what I was getting from ypool. I am still getting around 1.2 PTS there today.

Any ideas what 5k CPM can get me a day?

What are you getting yourself today ?

the pool has been up about 24 hours at most.  I don't think anyone can answer that question yet.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 02:55:37 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?

And i hope you don't miss the point at wich the regular server-users are calling in "everything is a bit laggy today"  8)

Cool - I just wasn't sure because I was expecting to get around 5 PTS based on what I was getting from ypool. I am still getting around 1.2 PTS there today.

Any ideas what 5k CPM can get me a day?

What are you getting yourself today ?

Not so much at the moment, the last block found is 5 hours ago, you understand? The more blocks are found on a regular basis the easier it is to say how much one will get for the CPM per Minute. 
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 02:58:58 pm
there we go again, seems like Hashpower hasn't changed too much the last hours.

41504    2014-01-12 14:40:44 (16 minutes ago)    13121    0.06393485    Immature
41465    2014-01-12 09:29:07 (5 hours ago)    12346    0.07351766    Immature
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 12, 2014, 03:01:48 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?

And i hope you don't miss the point at wich the regular server-users are calling in "everything is a bit laggy today"  8)

Cool - I just wasn't sure because I was expecting to get around 5 PTS based on what I was getting from ypool. I am still getting around 1.2 PTS there today.

Any ideas what 5k CPM can get me a day?

What are you getting yourself today ?

Not so much at the moment, the last block found is 5 hours ago, you understand? The more blocks are found on a regular basis the easier it is to say how much one will get for the CPM per Minute.

Ah - cool. I didn't know this pool has only been on for less than 24 hours lol. I thought it has been on for like 2 days :P

But in theory, I guess I expect to get around 3 times as much from ypool since I have 3x more CPM ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: mudshark79 on January 12, 2014, 03:05:27 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?

And i hope you don't miss the point at wich the regular server-users are calling in "everything is a bit laggy today"  8)

Cool - I just wasn't sure because I was expecting to get around 5 PTS based on what I was getting from ypool. I am still getting around 1.2 PTS there today.

Any ideas what 5k CPM can get me a day?

What are you getting yourself today ?

Not so much at the moment, the last block found is 5 hours ago, you understand? The more blocks are found on a regular basis the easier it is to say how much one will get for the CPM per Minute.

Ah - cool. I didn't know this pool has only been on for less than 24 hours lol. I thought it has been on for like 2 days :P

But in theory, I guess I expect to get around 3 times as much from ypool since I have 3x more CPM ?

You could expect this if 1gh would find blocks at the same rate compared to hash power or with the same "efficiency" as ypool does, which is apparently not the case (but not be in-just it's also too early to make this assumption). That's why this thing is also called "pool-luck"  ;D. 
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 12, 2014, 03:34:38 pm
I have been mining for 12 hours and I have been averging around 5k C/M until my main rig crashed there so been averaging 2k CPM the last 2 hours. Is it normal to only get 0.3 PTS for such a long mining?

I have 5 servers doing CPU mining at ypool and I get a total of around maybe 1.2 - 1.3k CPM and I get around 1.2 PTS a day ?

And i hope you don't miss the point at wich the regular server-users are calling in "everything is a bit laggy today"  8)

Cool - I just wasn't sure because I was expecting to get around 5 PTS based on what I was getting from ypool. I am still getting around 1.2 PTS there today.

Any ideas what 5k CPM can get me a day?

What are you getting yourself today ?

Not so much at the moment, the last block found is 5 hours ago, you understand? The more blocks are found on a regular basis the easier it is to say how much one will get for the CPM per Minute.

Ah - cool. I didn't know this pool has only been on for less than 24 hours lol. I thought it has been on for like 2 days :P

But in theory, I guess I expect to get around 3 times as much from ypool since I have 3x more CPM ?

You could expect this if 1gh would find blocks at the same rate compared to hash power or with the same "efficiency" as ypool does, which is apparently not the case (but not be in-just it's also too early to make this assumption). That's why this thing is also called "pool-luck"  ;D.

haha - i guess i'll give it a couple of days  :P :P
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 12, 2014, 04:05:27 pm
I am getting a number if Rejected prevhash-stale...

Any ideas how to minimize that ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 04:07:05 pm
I am getting a number if Rejected prevhash-stale...

Any ideas how to minimize that ?
Do you run the latest miner version? It should limit it to 1-2 stales per worker per block found on the network.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 12, 2014, 04:21:10 pm
I think I am definately getting more than 1 to 2 of that errors per block. I downloaded this program around 16 hours ago so I am guessing it is the newest version too ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 12, 2014, 04:35:30 pm
Well decided to give cpu miner a try and seems it´s making more protoshares than both Gpu´s
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: bitminer9000 on January 12, 2014, 04:51:20 pm
i was able to compile the cpuminer in debian but not ubuntu, i dunno..
anyways how much c/m does this mean?
thread 0: 2.222 hash/min

box normally does 330c/m
this miner doing 36+ hash/min ? guessing 100c/m?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: oddworld on January 12, 2014, 04:51:58 pm
Newest version does not detect GPU. Any idea why? It only sees my Q9550 CPU.
Running ubuntu x64 miner 1.2
Miner 1.0 ran without a problem.
GPU is 2x 7870.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 05:03:27 pm
I think I am definately getting more than 1 to 2 of that errors per block. I downloaded this program around 16 hours ago so I am guessing it is the newest version too ?
No, it is definitely not the latest one, please redownload.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 05:04:41 pm
New Windows build, Nvidia is confirmed to work now:
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.2n.zip
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: oddworld on January 12, 2014, 05:07:05 pm
Is there anything I should check to ensure that the video cards are detected? It seems odd that it cant find either, when it was working fine all night using v 1.0

Thanks for your efforts, great software!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: bustever on January 12, 2014, 05:09:52 pm
Hello,

I meant 275 CPM (100 HPM) . Sorry for the mistake  ;D
The miner is algorithmically slower on 1G cards than on 1.5G+, and 5870's memory controllers are inferior to newer ones. This coin depends on fast memory access a lot.

Hello,

When I did the benchmark here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2225.msg27053#msg27053 (https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2225.msg27053#msg27053) the result is 972.447 col/m. But i have only 275 cpm with this gpu minner  :o .

Benchmark CPM speed  :D : (http://i.imgur.com/uUxlizX.jpg)

Miner GPU win-1.2 speed  ::) : (http://i.imgur.com/6Nxkm46.jpg)


This means that my gpu/ram is not fully exploited . There is no way to add argument to try more value ?

Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 05:11:13 pm
Newest version does not detect GPU. Any idea why? It only sees my Q9550 CPU.
Running ubuntu x64 miner 1.2
Miner 1.0 ran without a problem.
GPU is 2x 7870.
1.2 does not have any changes in the code loading libraries and detecting cards, so this is quite strange. It was tested on Ubuntu with Catalyst installed and on AWS g2.2xlarge with only CUDA installed.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: oddworld on January 12, 2014, 05:12:41 pm
Well, it now appears that version 1.0 isnt detecting GPU either. Thats so odd. How could it just stop detecting the GPUs?

Rebooted, didnt solve problem.
Cgminer detects and works fine... so no hardware issue.
Any advice on where to start looking?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 05:13:47 pm
This means that my gpu/ram is not fully exploited . There is no way to add argument to try more value ?

3 iterations is nothing, you were lucky enough to generate hashes with many collisions in them. Try at least 120.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 05:17:49 pm
Well, it now appears that version 1.0 isnt detecting GPU either. Thats so odd. How could it just stop detecting the GPUs?

Rebooted, didnt solve problem.
Cgminer detects and works fine... so no hardware issue.
Any advice on where to start looking?
Does clinfo command find them?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Brekyrself on January 12, 2014, 05:19:25 pm
New Windows build, Nvidia is confirmed to work now:
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.2n.zip

Nice, 1.2n takes gpu load to 97%-98% with much improved hash rates compared with ~80% load on the previous versions.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: oddworld on January 12, 2014, 05:21:11 pm
Yup

Code: [Select]
[email protected]:~$ clinfo | grep 7800
  Board name:                                    AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series
  Board name:                                    AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series
[email protected]:~$

Hrmmm. Your input is much appreciated
Full clinfo is below

Code: [Select]
[email protected]:~$ clinfo
Number of platforms:                             1
  Platform Profile:                              FULL_PROFILE
  Platform Version:                              OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1214.3)
  Platform Name:                                 AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
  Platform Vendor:                               Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
  Platform Extensions:                           cl_khr_icd cl_amd_event_callback cl_amd_offline_devices


  Platform Name:                                 AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
Number of devices:                               3
  Device Type:                                   CL_DEVICE_TYPE_GPU
  Device ID:                                     4098
  Board name:                                    AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series
  Device Topology:                               PCI[ B#1, D#0, F#0 ]
  Max compute units:                             20
  Max work items dimensions:                     3
    Max work items[0]:                           256
    Max work items[1]:                           256
    Max work items[2]:                           256
  Max work group size:                           256
  Preferred vector width char:                   4
  Preferred vector width short:                  2
  Preferred vector width int:                    1
  Preferred vector width long:                   1
  Preferred vector width float:                  1
  Preferred vector width double:                 1
  Native vector width char:                      4
  Native vector width short:                     2
  Native vector width int:                       1
  Native vector width long:                      1
  Native vector width float:                     1
  Native vector width double:                    1
  Max clock frequency:                           935Mhz
  Address bits:                                  32
  Max memory allocation:                         647233536
  Image support:                                 Yes
  Max number of images read arguments:           128
  Max number of images write arguments:          8
  Max image 2D width:                            16384
  Max image 2D height:                           16384
  Max image 3D width:                            2048
  Max image 3D height:                           2048
  Max image 3D depth:                            2048
  Max samplers within kernel:                    16
  Max size of kernel argument:                   1024
  Alignment (bits) of base address:              2048
  Minimum alignment (bytes) for any datatype:    128
  Single precision floating point capability
    Denorms:                                     No
    Quiet NaNs:                                  Yes
    Round to nearest even:                       Yes
    Round to zero:                               Yes
    Round to +ve and infinity:                   Yes
    IEEE754-2008 fused multiply-add:             Yes
  Cache type:                                    Read/Write
  Cache line size:                               64
  Cache size:                                    16384
  Global memory size:                            1038090240
  Constant buffer size:                          65536
  Max number of constant args:                   8
  Local memory type:                             Scratchpad
  Local memory size:                             32768
  Kernel Preferred work group size multiple:     64
  Error correction support:                      0
  Unified memory for Host and Device:            0
  Profiling timer resolution:                    1
  Device endianess:                              Little
  Available:                                     Yes
  Compiler available:                            Yes
  Execution capabilities:
    Execute OpenCL kernels:                      Yes
    Execute native function:                     No
  Queue properties:
    Out-of-Order:                                No
    Profiling :                                  Yes
  Platform ID:                                   0x00007fb7d2947fc0
  Name:                                          Pitcairn
  Vendor:                                        Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
  Device OpenCL C version:                       OpenCL C 1.2
  Driver version:                                1214.3 (VM)
  Profile:                                       FULL_PROFILE
  Version:                                       OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1214.3)
  Extensions:                                    cl_khr_fp64 cl_amd_fp64 cl_khr_global_int32_base_atomics cl_khr_global_int32_extended_atomics cl_khr_local_int32_base_atomics cl_khr_local_int32_extended_atomics cl_khr_int64_base_atomics cl_khr_int64_extended_atomics cl_khr_3d_image_writes cl_khr_byte_addressable_store cl_khr_gl_sharing cl_ext_atomic_counters_32 cl_amd_device_attribute_query cl_amd_vec3 cl_amd_printf cl_amd_media_ops cl_amd_media_ops2 cl_amd_popcnt cl_khr_image2d_from_buffer


  Device Type:                                   CL_DEVICE_TYPE_GPU
  Device ID:                                     4098
  Board name:                                    AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series
  Device Topology:                               PCI[ B#2, D#0, F#0 ]
  Max compute units:                             20
  Max work items dimensions:                     3
    Max work items[0]:                           256
    Max work items[1]:                           256
    Max work items[2]:                           256
  Max work group size:                           256
  Preferred vector width char:                   4
  Preferred vector width short:                  2
  Preferred vector width int:                    1
  Preferred vector width long:                   1
  Preferred vector width float:                  1
  Preferred vector width double:                 1
  Native vector width char:                      4
  Native vector width short:                     2
  Native vector width int:                       1
  Native vector width long:                      1
  Native vector width float:                     1
  Native vector width double:                    1
  Max clock frequency:                           935Mhz
  Address bits:                                  32
  Max memory allocation:                         647233536
  Image support:                                 Yes
  Max number of images read arguments:           128
  Max number of images write arguments:          8
  Max image 2D width:                            16384
  Max image 2D height:                           16384
  Max image 3D width:                            2048
  Max image 3D height:                           2048
  Max image 3D depth:                            2048
  Max samplers within kernel:                    16
  Max size of kernel argument:                   1024
  Alignment (bits) of base address:              2048
  Minimum alignment (bytes) for any datatype:    128
  Single precision floating point capability
    Denorms:                                     No
    Quiet NaNs:                                  Yes
    Round to nearest even:                       Yes
    Round to zero:                               Yes
    Round to +ve and infinity:                   Yes
    IEEE754-2008 fused multiply-add:             Yes
  Cache type:                                    Read/Write
  Cache line size:                               64
  Cache size:                                    16384
  Global memory size:                            1038090240
  Constant buffer size:                          65536
  Max number of constant args:                   8
  Local memory type:                             Scratchpad
  Local memory size:                             32768
  Kernel Preferred work group size multiple:     64
  Error correction support:                      0
  Unified memory for Host and Device:            0
  Profiling timer resolution:                    1
  Device endianess:                              Little
  Available:                                     Yes
  Compiler available:                            Yes
  Execution capabilities:
    Execute OpenCL kernels:                      Yes
    Execute native function:                     No
  Queue properties:
    Out-of-Order:                                No
    Profiling :                                  Yes
  Platform ID:                                   0x00007fb7d2947fc0
  Name:                                          Pitcairn
  Vendor:                                        Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
  Device OpenCL C version:                       OpenCL C 1.2
  Driver version:                                1214.3 (VM)
  Profile:                                       FULL_PROFILE
  Version:                                       OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1214.3)
  Extensions:                                    cl_khr_fp64 cl_amd_fp64 cl_khr_global_int32_base_atomics cl_khr_global_int32_extended_atomics cl_khr_local_int32_base_atomics cl_khr_local_int32_extended_atomics cl_khr_int64_base_atomics cl_khr_int64_extended_atomics cl_khr_3d_image_writes cl_khr_byte_addressable_store cl_khr_gl_sharing cl_ext_atomic_counters_32 cl_amd_device_attribute_query cl_amd_vec3 cl_amd_printf cl_amd_media_ops cl_amd_media_ops2 cl_amd_popcnt cl_khr_image2d_from_buffer


  Device Type:                                   CL_DEVICE_TYPE_CPU
  Device ID:                                     4098
  Board name:
  Max compute units:                             4
  Max work items dimensions:                     3
    Max work items[0]:                           1024
    Max work items[1]:                           1024
    Max work items[2]:                           1024
  Max work group size:                           1024
  Preferred vector width char:                   16
  Preferred vector width short:                  8
  Preferred vector width int:                    4
  Preferred vector width long:                   2
  Preferred vector width float:                  4
  Preferred vector width double:                 2
  Native vector width char:                      16
  Native vector width short:                     8
  Native vector width int:                       4
  Native vector width long:                      2
  Native vector width float:                     4
  Native vector width double:                    2
  Max clock frequency:                           2000Mhz
  Address bits:                                  64
  Max memory allocation:                         2147483648
  Image support:                                 Yes
  Max number of images read arguments:           128
  Max number of images write arguments:          8
  Max image 2D width:                            8192
  Max image 2D height:                           8192
  Max image 3D width:                            2048
  Max image 3D height:                           2048
  Max image 3D depth:                            2048
  Max samplers within kernel:                    16
  Max size of kernel argument:                   4096
  Alignment (bits) of base address:              1024
  Minimum alignment (bytes) for any datatype:    128
  Single precision floating point capability
    Denorms:                                     Yes
    Quiet NaNs:                                  Yes
    Round to nearest even:                       Yes
    Round to zero:                               Yes
    Round to +ve and infinity:                   Yes
    IEEE754-2008 fused multiply-add:             Yes
  Cache type:                                    Read/Write
  Cache line size:                               64
  Cache size:                                    32768
  Global memory size:                            8373055488
  Constant buffer size:                          65536
  Max number of constant args:                   8
  Local memory type:                             Global
  Local memory size:                             32768
  Kernel Preferred work group size multiple:     1
  Error correction support:                      0
  Unified memory for Host and Device:            1
  Profiling timer resolution:                    1
  Device endianess:                              Little
  Available:                                     Yes
  Compiler available:                            Yes
  Execution capabilities:
    Execute OpenCL kernels:                      Yes
    Execute native function:                     Yes
  Queue properties:
    Out-of-Order:                                No
    Profiling :                                  Yes
  Platform ID:                                   0x00007fb7d2947fc0
  Name:                                          Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU    Q9550  @ 2.83GHz
  Vendor:                                        GenuineIntel
  Device OpenCL C version:                       OpenCL C 1.2
  Driver version:                                1214.3 (sse2)
  Profile:                                       FULL_PROFILE
  Version:                                       OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1214.3)
  Extensions:                                    cl_khr_fp64 cl_amd_fp64 cl_khr_global_int32_base_atomics cl_khr_global_int32_extended_atomics cl_khr_local_int32_base_atomics cl_khr_local_int32_extended_atomics cl_khr_int64_base_atomics cl_khr_int64_extended_atomics cl_khr_3d_image_writes cl_khr_byte_addressable_store cl_khr_gl_sharing cl_ext_device_fission cl_amd_device_attribute_query cl_amd_vec3 cl_amd_printf cl_amd_media_ops cl_amd_media_ops2 cl_amd_popcnt

Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: TrippyPippy on January 12, 2014, 05:31:40 pm
New Windows build, Nvidia is confirmed to work now:
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.2n.zip

Well done !!

I am doing 700+ cpm on AWS !!

Regards
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: bustever on January 12, 2014, 05:40:26 pm
This means that my gpu/ram is not fully exploited . There is no way to add argument to try more value ?

3 iterations is nothing, you were lucky enough to generate hashes with many collisions in them. Try at least 120.

Hello, thank you for your help  :)

 How I made ​​to add 120 iterations. This is is what argument ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 05:46:54 pm
This means that my gpu/ram is not fully exploited . There is no way to add argument to try more value ?

3 iterations is nothing, you were lucky enough to generate hashes with many collisions in them. Try at least 120.

Hello, thank you for your help  :)

 How I made ​​to add 120 iterations. This is is what argument ?
From the source code, it must be '-b' switch.

But anyway, chances are my miner is not ideal for VLIW platforms and could be fine-tuned for them, if only I had this hardware.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: oddworld on January 12, 2014, 05:49:07 pm
Reorder, I've amended my prior post to show full clinfo, let me know if I can provide more info to help with GPU detection. Thanks for your support.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 05:50:49 pm
Reorder, I've amended my prior post to show full clinfo, let me know if I can provide more info to help with GPU detection. Thanks for your support.
Please check PM, let us discuss there (the problem seems to be quite uncommon).
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: aakashkumar on January 12, 2014, 06:10:01 pm
I Got 3 cards on this rig 2 5870 and 5970
My issure
(http://s10.postimg.org/pv346pg53/amd.png/)
http://postimg.org/image/o3a5bsws5/full/
how do solve this ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 06:12:58 pm
I Got 3 cards on this rig 2 5870 and 5970
My issure
(http://postimg.org/image/o3a5bsws5/)

how do solve this ?
Please redownload the miner from the frontpage or from direct link http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.2n.zip
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: earntodie on January 12, 2014, 06:40:59 pm
If the lack of luck persists hashpower will change it's mind sooner or later  8), or maybe ypool also ... gpu ...
ypоol protoshares is 6%, 1GH.COM is only 3.5%
this is important for my office botnet  8)

Right, but at the moment 96,5% of "nothing" is less than 94% of "something"., nevermind, don't wanna spoil the party.
look at http://ptsweb.beeeeer.org/blocks
they've found 5 blocks today, 3 yesterday, and 10 the day before.  It varies a lot

Right, but the nice-looking beeer-UI doesn't give a hint about the hashpower involved also - so you can't say anything about the efficiency. 1GH does a bit or at least you could calculate, as long as the top contributor list was shorter than 100, now you can make some estimations.
Luck and unluck... but
41554   2014-01-12 18:32:46 (3 minutes ago)      
41549   2014-01-12 18:19:47 (16 minutes ago)   

Need more GPU power!

MMC pool http://mmc.1gh.com/ have CPU mining:
Win 32-bit, Win 64-bit, Mac 64-bit, Linux (Source Code)

Need PTS Mac miner!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aber on January 12, 2014, 07:00:12 pm
1gh train is getting speed :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: DixieWhiskey on January 12, 2014, 07:48:49 pm
Hey, is it supposed to be safe to use your PTS addy from the exchange to mine? or should I use a qt generated address? I'm asking because the funds don't show up in my bter.com address even though transactions look ok in the blockchain explorer.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aber on January 12, 2014, 07:54:50 pm
Dixie, wait a bit, i also use bter adress and it is ok (i think that bter got margin of transactons)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 12, 2014, 08:18:31 pm
Hey, is it supposed to be safe to use your PTS addy from the exchange to mine? or should I use a qt generated address? I'm asking because the funds don't show up in my bter.com address even though transactions look ok in the blockchain explorer.
From a security standpoint, it's safer to use your own local wallet, then transfer to Bter when you need to transact. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with Bter, but you're at the mercy of their system when you give up control like that.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 12, 2014, 08:28:57 pm
BTER sometimes has deposit problems i've found.  Eventually things show up, but some MMC i sent them took 3 days after confirmation to be added to my account. 
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: DixieWhiskey on January 12, 2014, 09:26:15 pm
that's what I thought. I'll wait it out. Thanks guys
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: old_pioner on January 12, 2014, 09:46:04 pm
Code: [Select]
Skipping device 0-0 (GeForce GTX 650 Ti): GLOBAL_MEM_SIZE 1073414144 < required
1073741824
No suitable devices found. Only cards with 1G+ available VRAM supported.
App can run only if 1G+ or =1G too?
My card: Total amount of global memory:       1024 MBytes (1073414144 bytes)

Lack of 300 kilobytes it is critical to run the program? It's the same as the game Elite1, which required 640KB only of standard memory and not xms  :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 12, 2014, 10:11:18 pm
Code: [Select]
Skipping device 0-0 (GeForce GTX 650 Ti): GLOBAL_MEM_SIZE 1073414144 < required
1073741824
No suitable devices found. Only cards with 1G+ available VRAM supported.
App can run only if 1G+ or =1G too?
My card: Total amount of global memory:       1024 MBytes (1073414144 bytes)

Lack of 300 kilobytes it is critical to run the program? It's the same as the game Elite1, which required 640KB only of standard memory and not xms  :)
Sorry, as it turned out, sometimes not a full VRAM size is reported but some small buffer is subtracted. I have adjusted the check, please redownload from the frontpage or from direct links:
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.3.zip
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-lin-x64-1.3.tgz
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 12, 2014, 10:26:12 pm
2 x r9 280X mining for ~24 hours @ 1060 cpm each. Balance is 0.5 PTS or 0.008 BTC or 7$.
I will give this 24 hours more, but doesn´t look very promising.

Edit typo: 0.008 BTC
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 12, 2014, 10:44:12 pm
0.5 Pts or 0.08 Btc ?!?! you wish right?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 12, 2014, 10:51:51 pm
0.5 Pts or 0.08 Btc ?!?! you wish right?

It was a typo, you could see I said it was 7$.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: r05 on January 13, 2014, 12:02:45 am
Has anyone got the Linux binary running on Debian 7?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 12:06:53 am
Has anyone got the Linux binary running on Debian 7?
On the moment, you cannot: it depends on specific Ubuntu libc version.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: r05 on January 13, 2014, 12:11:53 am
Has anyone got the Linux binary running on Debian 7?
On the moment, you cannot: it depends on specific Ubuntu libc version.
Thought as much.. If it were open source, I'd try and port it out..
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 12:14:04 am
Has anyone got the Linux binary running on Debian 7?
On the moment, you cannot: it depends on specific Ubuntu libc version.
Thought as much.. If it were open source, I'd try and port it out..
I can port it for you, no problem, but only tomorrow. Just tell, 32bit or 64?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Avant on January 13, 2014, 12:52:30 am
Both 32 and 64 version are more appreciated.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: old_pioner on January 13, 2014, 01:00:17 am
Code: [Select]
Skipping device 0-0 (GeForce GTX 650 Ti): GLOBAL_MEM_SIZE 1073414144 < required
1073741824
No suitable devices found. Only cards with 1G+ available VRAM supported.
App can run only if 1G+ or =1G too?
My card: Total amount of global memory:       1024 MBytes (1073414144 bytes)

Lack of 300 kilobytes it is critical to run the program? It's the same as the game Elite1, which required 640KB only of standard memory and not xms  :)
Sorry, as it turned out, sometimes not a full VRAM size is reported but some small buffer is subtracted. I have adjusted the check, please redownload from the frontpage or from direct links:
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-win-1.3.zip
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-lin-x64-1.3.tgz
Yes! 1.3 is lucky for me! U are god of nvidia!  :o
Code: [Select]
Mon Jan 13 04:56:10 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 324.887415 hpm 104.455082 queue in/out 8
/0 A/R/T 41/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted
Mon Jan 13 04:56:40 2014 Mon Jan 13 04:56:51 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 326.630144 hpm
104.997925 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 42/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted
Worker 0-0 cpm 327.057723 hpm 105.201792 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 43/0/0 -> RPC re
sult: Accepted
Mon Jan 13 04:56:56 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 326.653018 hpm 105.300879 queue in/out 8
/0 A/R/T 44/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: r05 on January 13, 2014, 01:03:19 am
Has anyone got the Linux binary running on Debian 7?
On the moment, you cannot: it depends on specific Ubuntu libc version.
Thought as much.. If it were open source, I'd try and port it out..
I can port it for you, no problem, but only tomorrow. Just tell, 32bit or 64?
x64 would be grand
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: xxrforone on January 13, 2014, 01:29:23 am
got a err  with 780TI :'( :'( :'( :'(



(http://s29.postimg.org/nvbkhm237/err.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/nvbkhm237/)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: oddworld on January 13, 2014, 02:05:41 am
Got the same on my AMD 6850  :(



Code: [Select]

PTSHasher:0-1 initialized on platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing, device Barts, vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., mem: 1073741824
Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    class _Event(_Verbose):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
  File "miner.py", line 1514, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8787)
  File "miner.py", line 1509, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8666)
  File "miner.py", line 1497, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:8488)
  File "miner.py", line 1256, in miner.PTSHasher.processMidstate (miner.c:3834)
MemoryError: clEnqueueNDRangeKernel failed: mem object allocation failure


Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 09:34:58 am
There´s one thing i really enjoy about this Gpu client, it doesn´t mesltsdown my gpu´s :)

And i actually can use the pc while is mining

Still appears that the pool is lacking luck, i´m kind off new to all this. Butt is this rate off finding block what we should expect in the future or it´s possible to improve?

And when i went today to the pool site, i got the feeling the hash power was leaving, at least the big guns weren´t there today...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 09:36:10 am
got a err  with 780TI :'( :'( :'( :'(



(http://s29.postimg.org/nvbkhm237/err.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/nvbkhm237/)
Do you perhaps have too low free system RAM?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: xxrforone on January 13, 2014, 09:45:16 am

got a err  with 780TI :'( :'( :'( :'(



(http://s29.postimg.org/nvbkhm237/err.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/nvbkhm237/)
Do you perhaps have too low free system RAM?




I have 16gb ram


Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk (http://tapatalk.com/m?id=1)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 09:54:21 am

got a err  with 780TI :'( :'( :'( :'(



(http://s29.postimg.org/nvbkhm237/err.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/nvbkhm237/)
Do you perhaps have too low free system RAM?




I have 16gb ram


Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk (http://tapatalk.com/m?id=1)
This one is particularly weird, as Nvidia OpenCL first tells the miner what worksize to enqueue the kernel with, and then fails to do it with this very value. Any chance it is an outdated driver version that you could upgrade?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: xxrforone on January 13, 2014, 09:56:12 am


got a err  with 780TI :'( :'( :'( :'(



(http://s29.postimg.org/nvbkhm237/err.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/nvbkhm237/)
Do you perhaps have too low free system RAM?




I have 16gb ram


Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk (http://tapatalk.com/m?id=1)
This one is particularly weird, as Nvidia OpenCL first tells the miner what worksize to enqueue the kernel with, and then fails to do it with this very value. Any chance it is an outdated driver version that you could upgrade?

I can run cudaminer 32bit 0.2V normally


Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk (http://tapatalk.com/m?id=1)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 09:57:03 am
Got the same on my AMD 6850  :(



Code: [Select]

PTSHasher:0-1 initialized on platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing, device Barts, vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., mem: 1073741824
Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    class _Event(_Verbose):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
  File "miner.py", line 1514, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8787)
  File "miner.py", line 1509, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8666)
  File "miner.py", line 1497, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:8488)
  File "miner.py", line 1256, in miner.PTSHasher.processMidstate (miner.c:3834)
MemoryError: clEnqueueNDRangeKernel failed: mem object allocation failure

This error is most likely caused by lacking system RAM, especially in Windows with multi-card setups. It could also mean that there is not enough free VRAM on the card.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Aalesund on January 13, 2014, 11:08:37 am
Works with all cards amd or nvidia  :)
but I saw only the primary card works (device 0).
My pc have 2 cards, how to run miner for the 2nd card (device 1)?
Is there an option "-d 1" or "-g 1" ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 11:10:47 am
Works with all cards amd or nvidia  :)
but I saw only the primary card works (device 0).
My pc have 2 cards, how to run miner for the 2nd card (device 1)?
Is there an option "-d 1" or "-g 1" ?
Just run it as 'pts-miner YOUR-ADDRESS 0-0' or 'pts-miner YOUR-ADDRESS 1-0'
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 13, 2014, 11:26:25 am
I just did some calculations on MMC and PTS mining with a R9 280x:

MMC: http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html => 20 hpm = 0.0065 BTC/day

PTS: http://mrx.im/pts.php => 1000 cpm = 0.0062 BTC/day

Pretty bad  :-\
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 13, 2014, 11:38:40 am
I just did some calculations on MMC and PTS mining with a R9 280x:

MMC: http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html => 20 hpm = 0.0065 BTC/day

PTS: http://mrx.im/pts.php => 1000 cpm = 0.0062 BTC/day

Pretty bad  :-\
Um, did you see the part on the pts calc where it says work in progress, not accurate etc?  Memory coin has it's own issues(controversy with leadership, exchange problems, plummeting value)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 13, 2014, 11:48:50 am
Um, did you see the part on the pts calc where it says work in progress, not accurate etc?  Memory coin has it's own issues(controversy with leadership, exchange problems, plummeting value)

I have been mining here MMC for one week and PTS for the last 36 hours. Account balances match with both calculators.
There has been huge profit on MMC gpu mining, but not at the moment.
Mining PTS is not very profitable at all.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 12:46:47 pm
Well i agree the profit is not great, but for the last 24H i made 2x as much in pts than the calculater indicates, and it seems more profitable then most other altcoins.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 13, 2014, 01:05:00 pm
Well i agree the profit is not great, but for the last 24H i made 2x as much in pts than the calculater indicates, and it seems more profitable then most other altcoins.

How many PTS did you get in 24h? Rig setup?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 01:15:58 pm
I´m running  2 Gpu´s HD7950 & HD 7870 made +-1Pts in 24H calculater indicated 0.6pts, after paying for eletricity i estimate about 8€ profit, but the issue is that seems this is much about luck if we keep finding blocks and the price keeps holding, then yes it´s profitable, but if we run out off luck or the price drops then there goes the profitability, then again this applys to all altcoins..

We´ve spend 5H without finding a block and suddenly we found 2 blocks well, if we did found blocks with the rate ypool finds most certainly this would be a much profitable week, then again price would most likely take fall.

Also it seems to me that the hash rate is going down, the big guns seems to be jumping ship wich most likely will hurt even more our ability to find new blocks, or not and in that case the reward will be greater

Anyway i will keep mining at least more 24/48H just to see what happens, the other altcoins doesn´t exactly offer much more profit right now compared to litecoin, and with all the issues that are occuring with altcoins minor pools, i will probably lose more if i jump to another coin at this time.
Last couple of weeks i really don´t find mining to be profitable too many people mining altcoins it´s hard to remain mining a coin that stays profitable for more than 24H.

Even with dogecoin that appears to be the most profitable in the last few weeks, my results aren´t much better than if i was mining litecoin, so i guess i will stay with protoshares at least while it´s giving some profit.

Also tried multipool and it´s even a bigger crap then mining altcoins directly
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 13, 2014, 01:32:41 pm
I´m running  2 Gpu´s HD7950 & HD 7870 made +-1Pts in 24H calculater indicated 0.6pts, after paying for eletricity i estimate about 8€ profit, but the issue is that seems this is much about luck if we keep finding blocks and the price keeps holding, then yes it´s profitable, but if we run out off luck or the price drops then there goes the profitability, then again this applys to all altcoins..

Then I must be doing something wrong , because your 7950+7870 is getting more PTS than my 2 x 280x. And I think I can't get more than 2000-2200 cpm with my setup.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 01:39:01 pm
Most defenitly something is wrong, rejection rate?

My Hd7950 is giving me 1060Cpm and Hd7870 633Cpm after a litle time tweaking the cards

So my hash rate is inferior to yours, but do you mine 24H without interruptions?

Are your cards overclocked? could they be causing shares to be rejected? in the end this is all about accepted shares you can have 4 times my hash rate if you have to much rejected shares you won´t make as much as i do...

Also are you mining with the gpu´s & Cpu?



Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 13, 2014, 01:56:44 pm
My stats for last 4 blocks:

Block-Height     Date                                                           Shares    
41738              2014-01-13 13:44:08 (8 minutes ago)         3067    
41724              2014-01-13 11:38:56 (2 hours ago)              186    
41723              2014-01-13 11:31:51 (2 hours ago)            7291    
41676              2014-01-13 06:35:38 (7 hours ago)            1088    
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 02:02:40 pm
Mine for the last five

41738   2014-01-13 13:44:08 (17 minutes ago)   7164   
41724   2014-01-13 11:38:56 (2 hours ago)   369   
41723   2014-01-13 11:31:51 (2 hours ago)   17343   
41676   2014-01-13 06:35:38 (7 hours ago)   15924   
41624   2014-01-13 01:48:35 (12 hours ago)   4398   

I´m submitting much more shares per block than you so something most likely is wrong with your Gpu´s in my opinon but i´m kind of new to this, the experts should have a much better opinion.

Are you running them with overclock?
If so could be the issue.
Also what drivers are you using?
With Cgminer it easy to identify Hw issues it shows Hw errors, i´m not sure if there´s a way to see that with Pts-miner.

Also you should be running 2 instancies of pts-miner, but you probably already are otherwise your hash rate would lower.

You should try tunning your cards, my hd 7870 actually works better for mining if i downclock the 940Mhz and increase memory to 1250Mhz.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: phrozenspite on January 13, 2014, 02:11:34 pm
41738   2014-01-13 13:44:08 (25 minutes ago)   3058      
41724   2014-01-13 11:38:56 (3 hours ago)   176          
41723   2014-01-13 11:31:51 (3 hours ago)   7242      
41676   2014-01-13 06:35:38 (8 hours ago)   7136   
41624   2014-01-13 01:48:35 (12 hours ago)   2106   

Something's definitely wrong since you're basically running at the same speed as my 7970 ghz with what should be double the cpm and what happened on block 41676 for you?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 02:14:50 pm
Well my hd 7950 is a beast she does 1180Mhz core clock witch likely puts close or ahead of a stock Hd7970 but most certainly there´s something wrong with your config, just not certain of what could be drivers?!

Also what´s your power supply?

Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: grushnow on January 13, 2014, 02:19:48 pm
Code: [Select]
Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "threading.pyo", line 810, in __bootstrap_inner
  File "threading.pyo", line 763, in run
  File "miner.py", line 1513, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:9432)
  File "miner.py", line 1478, in miner.Miner.__init__ (miner.c:8845)
  File "miner.py", line 1242, in miner.PTSHasher.__init__ (miner.c:3916)
MemoryError: create_buffer failed: mem object allocation failure

Windows 7 64bit, Gforce 680 GTX

what could be the problem?

Best Regards
Jon
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 13, 2014, 02:24:06 pm
I think my brother turned the rig off for several hours last night. Im sure it has been up for the last 8 hours.
I will monitor it closely today.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 02:26:12 pm
Well if the rig was off then you can´t actually complain  :D
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Schwede65 on January 13, 2014, 03:55:19 pm
this PTS-GPU-mining is just fantastic for my "old" cards :)
two air-cooled HD6990 (2011)
one makes 2257 cpm - the other makes 2378 cpm
both at full speed - with scrypt-mining they are getting too hot, so i can only run them at ~75 % speed
oh... and the power-consumption is only 60 % compared to scrypt-mining
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: oddworld on January 13, 2014, 05:30:51 pm
How is that possible? My 7870 only does 650 CPM.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: flakblaze on January 13, 2014, 05:43:03 pm
How is that possible? My 7870 only does 650 CPM.

Because they are dual gpu cards, and my two 6970s get around 2.3k so he's not lying.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: krpetrov on January 13, 2014, 05:57:09 pm
Guys, is this ok for a single 7950 - overclocked to 1135/1575 ?
How can I check the rejection rate ? I mine simultenuosly datacoins with my Cpu while mining PTS with gpu.



41773    2014-01-13 16:50:22 (an hour ago)    2067    0.04072963    Immature
41738    2014-01-13 13:44:08 (4 hours ago)    1401    0.03178693    Immature
41724    2014-01-13 11:38:56 (6 hours ago)    86    0.03150452    Immature
41723    2014-01-13 11:31:51 (6 hours ago)    3311    0.03008864    Immature
41676    2014-01-13 06:35:38 (11 hours ago)    3294    0.02931011    Immature
41624    2014-01-13 01:48:35 (16 hours ago)    916    0.01971303    Confirmed
41612    2014-01-13 00:29:57 (17 hours ago)    655    0.01644455    Confirmed
41601    2014-01-12 23:23:16 (18 hours ago)    1697    0.01920098    Confirmed
41584    2014-01-12 20:56:49 (21 hours ago)    1570    0.01858083    Confirmed
41554    2014-01-12 18:32:46 (a day ago)    143    0.01985148    Confirmed
41549    2014-01-12 18:19:47 (a day ago)    2341    0.01899265    Confirmed
41504    2014-01-12 14:40:44 (a day ago)    3592    0.01750278    Confirmed
41465    2014-01-12 09:29:07 (a day ago)    3307    0.01969244    Confirmed
41417    2014-01-12 04:38:45 (2 days ago)    1395    0.03188067    Confirmed
41397    2014-01-12 02:36:41 (2 days ago)    573    0.04018233    Confirmed
41389    2014-01-12 01:46:09 (2 days ago)    1127    0.04678633    Confirmed
41376    2014-01-12 00:05:02 (2 days ago)    983    0.05467632    Confirmed
41365    2014-01-11 22:27:13 (2 days ago)    3221    0.09158478    Confirmed
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 06:01:18 pm
How is that possible? My 7870 only does 650 CPM.

Because they are dual gpu cards, and my two 6970s get around 2.3k so he's not lying.

Or the miner is not optimized to work with GCN design, those hash seem to be way too high compared to the new generation cards, even with dual gpu shouldn't be such a huge diference ...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 06:05:44 pm
How is that possible? My 7870 only does 650 CPM.

Because they are dual gpu cards, and my two 6970s get around 2.3k so he's not lying.

Or the miner is not optimized to work with GCN design, those hash seem to be way too high compared to the new generation cards, even with dual gpu shouldn't be such a huge diference ...
This one does not depend on architecture a lot, it is the number of memory controllers and VRAM speed that counts most. 6970 performs close to 7970.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: canuck on January 13, 2014, 06:15:04 pm
fyi - I am getting about 2350 cpm with 3 x 7950's.
not sure if that's good or bad.


any api access, or way to monitor GPU temperatures?

how long to register shares on the mining pool? not seeing anything beyond my cpm yet.

thx!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: old_pioner on January 13, 2014, 06:16:17 pm
Code: [Select]
Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "threading.pyo", line 810, in __bootstrap_inner
  File "threading.pyo", line 763, in run
  File "miner.py", line 1513, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:9432)
  File "miner.py", line 1478, in miner.Miner.__init__ (miner.c:8845)
  File "miner.py", line 1242, in miner.PTSHasher.__init__ (miner.c:3916)
MemoryError: create_buffer failed: mem object allocation failure

Windows 7 64bit, Gforce 680 GTX

what could be the problem?

Best Regards
Jon
U just would close other GPU miners
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 07:53:36 pm
fyi - I am getting about 2350 cpm with 3 x 7950's.
not sure if that's good or bad.


any api access, or way to monitor GPU temperatures?

how long to register shares on the mining pool? not seeing anything beyond my cpm yet.

thx!

They should be doing about 1000 Cpm each at least mine is, you also should have 3 instancies of the miner running one for each card.
You see shares when we actually find a block, wich doesn´t append very frequently but in the end pays out at least up to now i think it pays.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: canuck on January 13, 2014, 08:10:14 pm
I see, will try now. thx.


fyi - I am getting about 2350 cpm with 3 x 7950's.
not sure if that's good or bad.


any api access, or way to monitor GPU temperatures?

how long to register shares on the mining pool? not seeing anything beyond my cpm yet.

thx!

They should be doing about 1000 Cpm each at least mine is, you also should have 3 instancies of the miner running one for each card.
You see shares when we actually find a block, wich doesn´t append very frequently but in the end pays out at least up to now i think it pays.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: marcothegeronimo on January 13, 2014, 08:30:16 pm
Help please!
I have problems running either the GPU Miner, The Coyote miner or the Primeminer_x64
As far as I have understood, all I need to do is change the default address to my wallet address.
When I run either one of these programs, they open and immediately close.
What could be the reason? I haven't found anything online..
Hope you can help me, I'm really curious about my stats.. :-)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: canuck on January 13, 2014, 08:33:23 pm
I see, will try now. thx.

I find 3 separate instances makes the pc unusable. 2 instances seems to get less than 1 instances... but still testing...


fyi - I am getting about 2350 cpm with 3 x 7950's.
not sure if that's good or bad.


any api access, or way to monitor GPU temperatures?

how long to register shares on the mining pool? not seeing anything beyond my cpm yet.

thx!

They should be doing about 1000 Cpm each at least mine is, you also should have 3 instancies of the miner running one for each card.
You see shares when we actually find a block, wich doesn´t append very frequently but in the end pays out at least up to now i think it pays.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: earntodie on January 13, 2014, 08:58:39 pm
this PTS-GPU-mining is just fantastic for my "old" cards :)
two air-cooled HD6990 (2011)
one makes 2257 cpm - the other makes 2378 cpm
both at full speed - with scrypt-mining they are getting too hot, so i can only run them at ~75 % speed
oh... and the power-consumption is only 60 % compared to scrypt-mining
WAT?  :o
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 09:18:39 pm
Guys, I have built the miner for Debian 7 x64, please confirm it works (or not):
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-wheezy64-1.3.tgz
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 09:28:24 pm
I see, will try now. thx.

I find 3 separate instances makes the pc unusable. 2 instances seems to get less than 1 instances... but still testing...


fyi - I am getting about 2350 cpm with 3 x 7950's.
not sure if that's good or bad.


any api access, or way to monitor GPU temperatures?

how long to register shares on the mining pool? not seeing anything beyond my cpm yet.

thx!

They should be doing about 1000 Cpm each at least mine is, you also should have 3 instancies of the miner running one for each card.
You see shares when we actually find a block, wich doesn´t append very frequently but in the end pays out at least up to now i think it pays.

You need to create more pts-miner.bat files to run with the several Gpu´s and edit them so each one of them runs with one card, after you put your payment adress and password you set 0-0 in one file 0-1 in the other and 0-3.
I hope you were able to understand, sometimes explaining something in another languague gets kind of hard.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: canuck on January 13, 2014, 09:33:49 pm
thx

the original bat file did not mention a password?

pts-miner.exe (wallet address)
pause

can you please put an example

not seeing a single share either on the pool... because I have no password?
(but I have shares on the memory mining pool, without a password)

thx!!!

I see, will try now. thx.

I find 3 separate instances makes the pc unusable. 2 instances seems to get less than 1 instances... but still testing...


fyi - I am getting about 2350 cpm with 3 x 7950's.
not sure if that's good or bad.


any api access, or way to monitor GPU temperatures?

how long to register shares on the mining pool? not seeing anything beyond my cpm yet.

thx!

They should be doing about 1000 Cpm each at least mine is, you also should have 3 instancies of the miner running one for each card.
You see shares when we actually find a block, wich doesn´t append very frequently but in the end pays out at least up to now i think it pays.

You need to create more pts-miner.bat files to run with the several Gpu´s and edit them so each one of them runs with one card, after you put your payment adress and password you set 0-0 in one file 0-1 in the other and 0-3.
I hope you were able to understand, sometimes explaining something in another languague gets kind of hard.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 13, 2014, 10:06:56 pm
Sorry my mistake cgminer uses that not pts-miner you should have a Pts-miner.bat (not .exe) and you have to put like this pts-miner.exe (wallet address) 0-0
And then you create other files with the same line but 0-1 and 0-2 and you run those files not Pts-miner.exe
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: r05 on January 13, 2014, 10:36:02 pm
Guys, I have built the miner for Debian 7 x64, please confirm it works (or not):
http://ptsdl.1gh.com/pts-1gh-wheezy64-1.3.tgz
Running it now, current output:

Quote
[email protected]:~/pts-1gh-wheezy64# ./pts-miner PZ6ZED8q1i7nQqnZiwFHdgLMELi3sgpnzL
Skipping device 0-1 (Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU    Q9550  @ 2.83GHz): not a GPU
Mon Jan 13 22:35:08 2014 Miner Starts - ptspool.1gh.com:8081
PTSHasher:0-0 initialized on platform AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing, device Barts, vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., mem: 1073741824

Now showing teh following:

Quote
Mon Jan 13 22:46:22 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 33.093466 hpm 15.273640 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted
Mon Jan 13 22:46:53 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 39.553344 hpm 15.381736 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 2/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted

On a Radeon HD6950 - very, very slow..
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 13, 2014, 11:06:01 pm

Quote
Mon Jan 13 22:46:22 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 33.093466 hpm 15.273640 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted
Mon Jan 13 22:46:53 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 39.553344 hpm 15.381736 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 2/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted

On a Radeon HD6950 - very, very slow..
That is incredibly slow indeed, especially since there are reports of 6990 yielding over 2000. Have you also tried Nvidia by any chance?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: r05 on January 13, 2014, 11:07:50 pm

Quote
Mon Jan 13 22:46:22 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 33.093466 hpm 15.273640 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted
Mon Jan 13 22:46:53 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 39.553344 hpm 15.381736 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 2/0/0 -> RPC result: Accepted

On a Radeon HD6950 - very, very slow..
That is incredibly slow indeed, especially since there are reports of 6990 yielding over 2000. Have you also tried Nvidia by any chance?
I haven't got an nVidia card in that box to test it with..
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: canuck on January 14, 2014, 02:04:01 am
thx, I noticed that :) thx
Sorry my mistake cgminer uses that not pts-miner you should have a Pts-miner.bat (not .exe) and you have to put like this pts-miner.exe (wallet address) 0-0
And then you create other files with the same line but 0-1 and 0-2 and you run those files not Pts-miner.exe
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: zifcom on January 14, 2014, 03:25:49 am
my card is HD7850,why only 150 cpm,my system is win8.1,I need to install any version of the driver??
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: dongboy on January 14, 2014, 06:18:12 am
gtx690 1800 c/m
DGA 2400 c/m?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: jarrison on January 14, 2014, 08:48:31 am
Looks like ypool is still finding most blocks. They found 145 in last 24h, we found 6-7? Their hashpower is ~7M cpm, how much is ours?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 14, 2014, 10:13:52 am
Not sure about how much hash power ypool has but, either we start finding more blocks or i´m about to jump ship :) last 12H were a disgrace
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 14, 2014, 10:34:51 am
510k. Talk about 51%.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 14, 2014, 12:59:14 pm
Well it´s been a great couple of days, but it seem´s we just run out of luck and hashrate :( time to go back to doggy, but i´ll be back once we start finding more blocks again, right now i´m just wasting eletricity, still i made some small profit in this last 2 day, if the pool keeps atracting more hash power theres no reason not to be profitable.

I sincerely hope you guys can keep this going

Best regards
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Schwede65 on January 14, 2014, 01:32:02 pm
this PTS-GPU-mining is just fantastic for my "old" cards :)
two air-cooled HD6990 (2011)
one makes 2257 cpm - the other makes 2378 cpm
both at full speed - with scrypt-mining they are getting too hot, so i can only run them at ~75 % speed
oh... and the power-consumption is only 60 % compared to scrypt-mining
WAT?  :o
PTS: 650 watt / 4750 cpm
Scrypt: 905 watt / 1840 kh/s
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: reorder on January 14, 2014, 02:05:21 pm
Guys, anybody with Nvidia here? Care to post your results? Seems impossible to get a honest benchmark from another camp..
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Riverhead on January 14, 2014, 02:49:21 pm
this PTS-GPU-mining is just fantastic for my "old" cards :)
two air-cooled HD6990 (2011)
one makes 2257 cpm - the other makes 2378 cpm
both at full speed - with scrypt-mining they are getting too hot, so i can only run them at ~75 % speed
oh... and the power-consumption is only 60 % compared to scrypt-mining
WAT?  :o
PTS: 650 watt / 4750 cpm
Scrypt: 905 watt / 1840 kh/s


The scrypt miner (like cgminer) has overclocking in the config (coreclock, memclock, etc.).  The PTS miner runs at stock clocks though you can manually overclock.

Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: ryen123 on January 14, 2014, 03:16:35 pm
Guys, anybody with Nvidia here? Care to post your results? Seems impossible to get a honest benchmark from another camp..

Ubuntu x64
GTX 570 around 960+ c/m
GTX 560Ti around 660+ c/m
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Schwede65 on January 14, 2014, 04:41:01 pm
this PTS-GPU-mining is just fantastic for my "old" cards :)
two air-cooled HD6990 (2011)
one makes 2257 cpm - the other makes 2378 cpm
both at full speed - with scrypt-mining they are getting too hot, so i can only run them at ~75 % speed
oh... and the power-consumption is only 60 % compared to scrypt-mining
WAT?  :o
PTS: 650 watt / 4750 cpm
Scrypt: 905 watt / 1840 kh/s


The scrypt miner (like cgminer) has overclocking in the config (coreclock, memclock, etc.).  The PTS miner runs at stock clocks though you can manually overclock.

i am mining until the summer 2011 with a little rig-farm and my numbers are from the same settings in afterburner for Scrypt- and PTC-mining - so they are really comparably ;)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 14, 2014, 06:49:11 pm
I just did some calculations on MMC and PTS mining with a R9 280x:

MMC: http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html => 20 hpm = 0.0065 BTC/day

PTS: http://mrx.im/pts.php => 1000 cpm = 0.0062 BTC/day

Pretty bad  :-\

You are not wrong there... despite the high CPM, it is misleading. I had 5300 cpm for 12 hours only to get 0.5 PTS. Look at what other people are getting and you will get an idea. I have stopped GPU mining PTS.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 14, 2014, 07:59:18 pm
I did a lot more than that, yestarday with a Hd7950 and a Hd 7870 made 1.10 Pts in 24H but since then just made 0.4, i think the pool lost hash rate and with that the ability to find blocks, i could be wrong but that seems to be the issue...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 14, 2014, 08:07:29 pm
I did a lot more than that, yestarday with a Hd7950 and a Hd 7870 made 1.10 Pts in 24H but since then just made 0.4, i think the pool lost hash rate and with that the ability to find blocks, i could be wrong but that seems to be the issue...
Yeah, I think people are dropping off and it's taking forever to solve blocks. Mine dropped too, had a little over 2100 cpm and now making squat. This is fading fast and not worth the electricity. It's a bummer, really wanted to see GPUs help rebalance the pools.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: Brekyrself on January 14, 2014, 08:23:41 pm
I did a lot more than that, yestarday with a Hd7950 and a Hd 7870 made 1.10 Pts in 24H but since then just made 0.4, i think the pool lost hash rate and with that the ability to find blocks, i could be wrong but that seems to be the issue...
Yeah, I think people are dropping off and it's taking forever to solve blocks. Mine dropped too, had a little over 2100 cpm and now making squat. This is fading fast and not worth the electricity. It's a bummer, really wanted to see GPUs help rebalance the pools.

GPU mining will take some time to sort out, still very early in the PTS GPU game...  I have no way of measuring electricity however these pts miners seem to load the gpu's a lot less compared with scrypt.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: old_pioner on January 14, 2014, 08:34:32 pm
Guys, anybody with Nvidia here? Care to post your results? Seems impossible to get a honest benchmark from another camp..
GTX650ti 1Gb core ~1120mHz, mem clock ~1500mHz 47 degrees C ~430 cpm
GTX660ti 2Gb core ~1100mHz, mem clock ~1600mHz 65 degrees C ~720 cpm
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: icecosta on January 14, 2014, 10:02:31 pm
I did a lot more than that, yestarday with a Hd7950 and a Hd 7870 made 1.10 Pts in 24H but since then just made 0.4, i think the pool lost hash rate and with that the ability to find blocks, i could be wrong but that seems to be the issue...
Yeah, I think people are dropping off and it's taking forever to solve blocks. Mine dropped too, had a little over 2100 cpm and now making squat. This is fading fast and not worth the electricity. It's a bummer, really wanted to see GPUs help rebalance the pools.

GPU mining will take some time to sort out, still very early in the PTS GPU game...  I have no way of measuring electricity however these pts miners seem to load the gpu's a lot less compared with scrypt.

Yes they do, but still, right now doesn´t pay to mine here with the Gpu there are altcoins right now giving much more profitability. i actually would stay if i could make +- 1Pts a day but 0.4 it´s way low.
But this miner is way mor Gpu friendly than Cgminer my temps wouldn´t go above 51º and now with Cgminer temps are touching 70º
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Brekyrself on January 15, 2014, 02:25:56 am
Reorder:

Any new updates in the works?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: relm9 on January 15, 2014, 02:32:30 am
Guys, anybody with Nvidia here? Care to post your results? Seems impossible to get a honest benchmark from another camp..

1700 c/m on a 780
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: ripplexiaoshan on January 15, 2014, 05:56:12 am
Is there anyway to use the AMD card miner provided by 1gh to mine in ypool? It seems it's harder and harder to find a block in this pool. BTW, I don't mind the fee donated to the software author.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 15, 2014, 09:09:05 am
Is there anyway to use the AMD card miner provided by 1gh to mine in ypool? It seems it's harder and harder to find a block in this pool. BTW, I don't mind the fee donated to the software author.
Not at the moment. But the less the pool hashrate, the higher your reward, and the house cut is less on 1gh (3.5% vs 6%). It only makes sense to migrate to another coin but not to another pool for the same coin.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mich431 on January 15, 2014, 11:41:51 am
any chance for a version that supports card with lower vram than 1 gb? would be great :)

thx alot
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: TrippyPippy on January 15, 2014, 12:05:47 pm
Hi,

On AWS with g2 instance getting 870 cpm with GPU on 1gh and CPU (using Yam) on Ypool combined.

Anyone seeing better ?

At this rate it only makes sense to use AWS G2 instance at spot prices less than .19

Am i right ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 15, 2014, 02:50:12 pm
Are you planning a Ypool version soon? 8)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mich431 on January 15, 2014, 02:54:01 pm
why should they make people use a different pool than their own... strange idea ^^

neeeeed a 512mb vram version tho :S (why not accept parameters like other miners??)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 15, 2014, 04:39:17 pm
why should they make people use a different pool than their own... strange idea ^^

neeeeed a 512mb vram version tho :S (why not accept parameters like other miners??)
That's because the algorithm needs full 512M just for hashes, and then some to search for solutions. Host-device memory transfers are quite expensive in OpenCL, if the job cannot be done in just VRAM, it is going to be real slow.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: quickbit on January 15, 2014, 05:51:52 pm
Is NVS 4500M supported please?


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Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: old_pioner on January 15, 2014, 08:43:52 pm
why should they make people use a different pool than their own... strange idea ^^

neeeeed a 512mb vram version tho :S (why not accept parameters like other miners??)
That's because the algorithm needs full 512M just for hashes, and then some to search for solutions. Host-device memory transfers are quite expensive in OpenCL, if the job cannot be done in just VRAM, it is going to be real slow.
Seems min 800mb,     

but the memory controller loaded little, can there be provision for an upgrade?
(http://s30.postimg.org/wqtq9r0hp/image.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/wqtq9r0hp/)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 15, 2014, 08:46:14 pm
why should they make people use a different pool than their own... strange idea ^^

neeeeed a 512mb vram version tho :S (why not accept parameters like other miners??)
That's because the algorithm needs full 512M just for hashes, and then some to search for solutions. Host-device memory transfers are quite expensive in OpenCL, if the job cannot be done in just VRAM, it is going to be real slow.
Seems min 800mb(http://s30.postimg.org/wqtq9r0hp/image.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/wqtq9r0hp/)
768M actually, but OS needs some for its own needs too. Like, to show windows on the screen etc.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: old_pioner on January 15, 2014, 08:51:53 pm
768M actually, but OS needs some for its own needs too. Like, to show windows on the screen etc.
And if the second card, 500 MB is not enough too?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 15, 2014, 08:55:34 pm
768M actually, but OS needs some for its own needs too. Like, to show windows on the screen etc.
And if the second card, 500 MB is not enough too?
No, 768M is the minimum miner tries to allocate. It could be reduced further at a price of performance, but not below 512M - and then it makes no sense as there is only one model with 768M I believe, and it is 8800-ish Nvidia which is not great for mining anyway.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: old_pioner on January 15, 2014, 09:04:12 pm
Did u used cuda optimisation like here? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.0
But developer used only 50% cuda kit.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 15, 2014, 09:06:07 pm
Did u used cuda optimisation like here? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=167229.0
But developer used only 50% cuda kit.
No, the miner uses OpenCL. Not sure what 50% cuda kit means, though.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: old_pioner on January 15, 2014, 09:11:37 pm
For example GTX 780 he writes a maximum of 24 warp, but in fact their for her 48
App for check it: http://a0.sderni.ru/d/558165/deviceQuery.exe
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 15, 2014, 09:29:29 pm
For example GTX 780 he writes a maximum of 24 warp, but in fact their for her 48
App for check it: http://a0.sderni.ru/d/558165/deviceQuery.exe
Probably he has done it to avoid register spilling: his kernel could not run 48 threads in a warp on 780 without overusing the register file. Of course it could be in mistake too.

The 1gh miner uses workgroup size that the driver tells it it can use.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Gwynbleidd on January 15, 2014, 10:44:20 pm
How to use more than 1,2GB VRAM?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: 5chdn on January 15, 2014, 10:45:58 pm
Here, here, where's the beer?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 16, 2014, 08:43:32 am
I have been mining on this pool for a few hours now and payouts seem to be very low as compared to where I was mining earlier. I am at around 1000 cpm but I just dont see any returns. Am I reading too much into the numbers?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 16, 2014, 09:33:57 am
I have been mining on this pool for a few hours now and payouts seem to be very low as compared to where I was mining earlier. I am at around 1000 cpm but I just dont see any returns. Am I reading too much into the numbers?
It only pays out in the long run: the pool is finding blocks rarely due to 95% hashrate being on *cough* another pool. But when it does, you get more.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 16, 2014, 09:49:23 am
By long run, do you mean a week, a few weeks, a month?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 16, 2014, 09:51:25 am
By long run, do you mean a week, a few weeks, a month?
Several days at least, to let the pool luck average out.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: fishrat on January 16, 2014, 02:26:18 pm
Wow,so cool! :D
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mich431 on January 16, 2014, 02:31:37 pm
I have been mining on this pool for a few hours now and payouts seem to be very low as compared to where I was mining earlier. I am at around 1000 cpm but I just dont see any returns. Am I reading too much into the numbers?

also mined with around 3000 cpm but the return on this pool is really low ... like 0.2 PTS for half a day... that doesnt even cover electricity costs!! (gave up for now)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: old_pioner on January 16, 2014, 06:33:36 pm
And coins disappear: 26    2014-01-16 02:55:51 (15 hours ago)    0.10909446    685c25cb614ef564c52cbf362b4f85bd5e0e02ac67bde4759a3b1fd512d99a4b
 went to the bter and nothing came.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 16, 2014, 06:35:21 pm
And coins disappear: 26    2014-01-16 02:55:51 (15 hours ago)    0.10909446    685c25cb614ef564c52cbf362b4f85bd5e0e02ac67bde4759a3b1fd512d99a4b
 went to the bter and nothing came.
Can you find your address here? https://coinplorer.com/PTS/Transactions/685c25cb614ef564c52cbf362b4f85bd5e0e02ac67bde4759a3b1fd512d99a4b
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: old_pioner on January 16, 2014, 07:51:46 pm
Found:
 0.10909446 PTS PbFmDH5TqZViVm4TR2e4p9H4DqDYpUKdnN

        N: 11
        Required sigs: 1
        Type: pubkeyhash
        Script pub key (ASM): OP_DUP OP_HASH160 247f819a62f494174688c825977736841d5efc17 OP_EQUALVERIFY OP_CHECKSIG
        Script pub key (hex): 76a914247f819a62f494174688c825977736841d5efc1788ac
And what now?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 16, 2014, 08:27:24 pm
Found:
 0.10909446 PTS PbFmDH5TqZViVm4TR2e4p9H4DqDYpUKdnN

        N: 11
        Required sigs: 1
        Type: pubkeyhash
        Script pub key (ASM): OP_DUP OP_HASH160 247f819a62f494174688c825977736841d5efc17 OP_EQUALVERIFY OP_CHECKSIG
        Script pub key (hex): 76a914247f819a62f494174688c825977736841d5efc1788ac
And what now?
So your payment is on the blockchain, you need to ask bter support why did this transaction not get credited to your account. I assume they have not updated their wallet yet and this has something to do with recently removed transaction fees.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: old_pioner on January 17, 2014, 02:22:49 am
They wrote:
Quote
We have introduced minimal deposit limit since Jan5.
And the system will not process PTS deposit before they accumulate to 0.5. I am afraid your issue is due to too small transaction.
Please not, if you deposit PTS less than the minimal amount each time, your last deposit will not show even when you reach the 0.5 Limit. It will show next time you reach 0.5 limit
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 17, 2014, 09:37:38 am
So its been a bit more than a day, with a disconnection in between, but I feel, I am earning less. I may be totally wrong though as I have not put things on a timer.

I have a question though. I understand the 20 people one car and 10 people one car example given earlier in this thread or somewhere else about smaller pools working in the same way as larger pools in terms of payout as there are fewer workers for the same reward.

But does the number of blocks found make a difference as well? For eg on the larger pool I see a block found every few minutes from various pool members, but on 1GH, I see a block once every few hours or so, maybe sometimes 2 in the same hour, but these are few and far between.

Does this make a difference to payout?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 17, 2014, 10:34:37 am
So its been a bit more than a day, with a disconnection in between, but I feel, I am earning less. I may be totally wrong though as I have not put things on a timer.

I have a question though. I understand the 20 people one car and 10 people one car example given earlier in this thread or somewhere else about smaller pools working in the same way as larger pools in terms of payout as there are fewer workers for the same reward.

But does the number of blocks found make a difference as well? For eg on the larger pool I see a block found every few minutes from various pool members, but on 1GH, I see a block once every few hours or so, maybe sometimes 2 in the same hour, but these are few and far between.

Does this make a difference to payout?
The pool luck is lower than what is statistically justified: at current difficulty and total hashrate it should be finding around 10 blocks per day. But the same goes to beeeeer.org, so it looks like the *cough* bigger pool is employing some dirty techniques after all.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: agc on January 17, 2014, 11:44:20 am
I am mining here since 12 hours with ~3000 c/m.
Up to now GPU mining protoshares on a pool with relatively low total hashrate (compared to the network) seems to be profitable to me, at least 30% more profitable than mining altcoins +lower power consumption (half!!).
I can just urge everybody to move your big rigs over here (even if it is just for a one week trial). I bet with a higher total hashrate compared to the *cough* other pool profitability of [email protected] will increase even more.

Thanks for all your efforts so far!

---> Remark: 7 found blocks last 12 hours. This looks promising! The pool seems to be catching up in terms of luck?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Cyb3rUs3r on January 17, 2014, 12:32:48 pm
I can just urge everybody to move your big rigs over here (even if it is just for a one week trial). I bet with a higher total hashrate compared to the *cough* other pool profitability of [email protected] will increase even more.

would need windows binaries for cpu mining...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 17, 2014, 12:34:05 pm
I can just urge everybody to move your big rigs over here (even if it is just for a one week trial). I bet with a higher total hashrate compared to the *cough* other pool profitability of [email protected] will increase even more.

would need windows binaries for cpu mining...
We are working on adding yam support now.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: agc on January 17, 2014, 12:50:06 pm
We are working on adding yam support now.

Great, I could then also point my cpus (8core opteron, 8core bulldozer, 8core i7, 4 core i7) to the same pool as my gpu rig.
Would I be able to use the same payout address for several workers (gpu&cpu mixed) or would I have to use different?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 17, 2014, 12:55:30 pm
We are working on adding yam support now.

Great, I could then also point my cpus (8core opteron, 8core bulldozer, 8core i7, 4 core i7) to the same pool as my gpu rig.
Would I be able to use the same payout address for several workers (gpu&cpu mixed) or would I have to use different?
Whichever is more convenient to you (whether you want separate statistics per worker or aggregated over all workers).
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 17, 2014, 01:59:33 pm
So its been a bit more than a day, with a disconnection in between, but I feel, I am earning less. I may be totally wrong though as I have not put things on a timer.

I have a question though. I understand the 20 people one car and 10 people one car example given earlier in this thread or somewhere else about smaller pools working in the same way as larger pools in terms of payout as there are fewer workers for the same reward.

But does the number of blocks found make a difference as well? For eg on the larger pool I see a block found every few minutes from various pool members, but on 1GH, I see a block once every few hours or so, maybe sometimes 2 in the same hour, but these are few and far between.

Does this make a difference to payout?
The pool luck is lower than what is statistically justified: at current difficulty and total hashrate it should be finding around 10 blocks per day. But the same goes to beeeeer.org, so it looks like the *cough* bigger pool is employing some dirty techniques after all.

Also wanted to check. My average payout seems to be .05 per block. This does not seem to change much irrespective of the number of shares. Is that normal?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: agc on January 17, 2014, 02:17:42 pm
Also wanted to check. My average payout seems to be .05 per block. This does not seem to change much irrespective of the number of shares. Is that normal?

On my side I also see no correlation between shares and value in the worker stats.
Could be an issue with the stats, though...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 17, 2014, 02:18:50 pm
@mav2000 @agc
Guys, would you please PM addresses you mine with so I could look up your history?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: agc on January 17, 2014, 03:24:04 pm
I just learned:
as the block length varies, the number of submitted shares will too vary, and thus is not directly correlated to the payout value.
At constant c/m payout will be more or less the same while submitted shares for a block are fluctuating (for all of us BTW).

So this explains why submitted share number seems not to be related to payout.

BTW: since yesterday pool hashrate (only considering top 100 miners) went up from 150K c/m to 350K c/m
This is gaining momentum !!! ;-)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: lir111 on January 17, 2014, 07:51:08 pm
Fastest miner out there for me,  660cm on 560Ti (384 shaders) good job !
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: logic_cao on January 18, 2014, 02:57:11 am
I use an AMD card R9 290X, only 1030cpm!
Why?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: markieta on January 18, 2014, 03:33:32 am
Gigabyte GTX 760 OC rev2 (overclocked to 1245/6350) -- 940cpm / 276 hpm -- PTS.1GHS.COM cuda miner for windows
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Komik on January 18, 2014, 09:19:53 am
Gigabyte GTX 770 OC - 1100 CPM
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: dima1236 on January 18, 2014, 12:36:15 pm
is there an option to point the gpu miner towards another pool ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: antonio8 on January 18, 2014, 03:10:26 pm
@reorder

I just switched back to mining PTS with your miner. It is working now for my Nvidia card, but you probably know this already.

Results are good for me. I am using a GTX 670 and avg about 910-940 cpm, 271 hpm

And I notice no lag doing other things like I did with another one for PTS.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 18, 2014, 03:11:21 pm
Funny, after my last message here, my share per block has gone down to .030 +/- a bit. Have a lot of new miners jumped onto 1GH lately?

Also is 1070 cpm ok on a 770 GTX? Will it get better if I OC the card?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 18, 2014, 03:19:49 pm
Funny, after my last message here, my share per block has gone down to .030 +/- a bit. Have a lot of new miners jumped onto 1GH lately?

Also is 1070 cpm ok on a 770 GTX? Will it get better if I OC the card?
The pool hashrate has increased 15-20% in the last 24h, so indeed your share got lower, but this also means blocks are being found more often on average now. (And the pool luck has improved a lot in the last hours, but it is just a lottery of course).

I think noone has reported CPM for 770 yet, so I cannot tell if 1070 cpm is right for it. Overclocking will improve it of course.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: earntodie on January 18, 2014, 03:40:32 pm
Funny, after my last message here, my share per block has gone down to .030 +/- a bit. Have a lot of new miners jumped onto 1GH lately?

Also is 1070 cpm ok on a 770 GTX? Will it get better if I OC the card?
The pool hashrate has increased 15-20% in the last 24h, so indeed your share got lower, but this also means blocks are being found more often on average now. (And the pool luck has improved a lot in the last hours, but it is just a lottery of course).

I think noone has reported CPM for 770 yet, so I cannot tell if 1070 cpm is right for it. Overclocking will improve it of course.
What about MAC miners?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 18, 2014, 03:44:53 pm
Funny, after my last message here, my share per block has gone down to .030 +/- a bit. Have a lot of new miners jumped onto 1GH lately?

Also is 1070 cpm ok on a 770 GTX? Will it get better if I OC the card?
The pool hashrate has increased 15-20% in the last 24h, so indeed your share got lower, but this also means blocks are being found more often on average now. (And the pool luck has improved a lot in the last hours, but it is just a lottery of course).

I think noone has reported CPM for 770 yet, so I cannot tell if 1070 cpm is right for it. Overclocking will improve it of course.
What about MAC miners?
Nvidia OpenCL compiler that Apple ships with Mavericks crashes on my kernel (on many of them in fact) without any error message, so I cannot promise anything about it yet. But we are working on yam support on our pool.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Nerull on January 18, 2014, 03:47:29 pm
was wondering if there are plans to let us fine tune settings like in cgminer to squeeze out a bit of extra cpm!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 18, 2014, 03:55:30 pm
was wondering if there are plans to let us fine tune settings like in cgminer to squeeze out a bit of extra cpm!
cgminer is crunching hundreds thousands rather simple hashes per second so it can let you adjust the 'spacing' between then and how many to process at once. PTS does a couple thousand 'hashes' per minute tops, and running even two threads of it in parallel slows down both in more than half on any card. So, there is essentially nothing to tune. The only 'variable' is memory size, and the miner automatically chooses the best for your card.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Nerull on January 18, 2014, 04:10:16 pm
awesome! i can let my 6990 chug away without a care in the world now! its already almost mined in 3 days what my 2 cpus and 3xvps did in a month.... im not sure if i should be happy or sad about that  :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Dummy12345 on January 18, 2014, 05:11:59 pm
Just for interest my stats

AMD 9750
Average cpm over 24 hours = 832
Average hpm over 24 hours = 244

Shares accepted = 11732
Shares rejected = 360

In one of the blocks (43007) I generated 5832 shares for a total value of 0.02413126  >:(
and then on block 43011  I generated 13 shares for a total value of 0.02707849   :D

go figure .......
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 18, 2014, 05:14:05 pm
Just for interest my stats

AMD 9750
Average cpm over 24 hours = 832
Average hpm over 24 hours = 244

Shares accepted = 11732
Shares rejected = 360

In one of the blocks (43007) I generated 5832 shares for a total value of 0.02413126  >:(
and then on block 43011  I generated 13 shares for a total value of 0.02707849   :D

go figure .......
The blocks did take different time and total number of shares to be found, it is perfectly normal your reward is ~the same for any block if your CPM (and pool's total CPM) remains constant.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: markieta on January 18, 2014, 06:28:34 pm
Gigabyte GTX 760 OC rev2 (overclocked to 1245/6350) -- 940cpm / 276 hpm -- PTS.1GHS.COM cuda miner for windows

For some reason, after ~15 hours of mining, a restart has increased the cpm.

Gigabyte GTX 760 OC rev2 (overclocked to 1245/6350) -- 970cpm / 279 hpm -- PTS.1GHS.COM cuda miner for windows
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 18, 2014, 09:51:57 pm
I am getting a number of Rejected prevhash-stale errors after I leave my computer idealing for a while when I goto bed. Any ideas how to minimize this ? I did a calculation and I should have a total of 7500 CPM based on what I can see on the miners but it is only showing 6300 - 6800 on average
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 18, 2014, 09:56:07 pm
I am getting a number of Rejected prevhash-stale errors after I leave my computer idealing for a while when I goto bed. Any ideas how to minimize this ? I did a calculation and I should have a total of 7500 CPM based on what I can see on the miners but it is only showing 6300 - 6800 on average
On the moment, you cannot do anything with stales. We are working now on implementing stratum in our miners an pool server, that will reduce stales to minimum.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 18, 2014, 10:09:49 pm
Is my stale rate anything to do with me unplugging my monitor ? I obviously have a couple of rigs but I only connect 1 to my monitor at any given time. I do use the dummy plugs with the resistors for one of them but the CPM seems to be hovering around the 6500CPM region
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 18, 2014, 10:18:33 pm
Is my stale rate anything to do with me unplugging my monitor ? I obviously have a couple of rigs but I only connect 1 to my monitor at any given time. I do use the dummy plugs with the resistors for one of them but the CPM seems to be hovering around the 6500CPM region
No, stale shares are not related to hardware, you would be getting 'invalid-momentum' rejects if it was for hardware errors.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 18, 2014, 10:23:06 pm
Is my stale rate anything to do with me unplugging my monitor ? I obviously have a couple of rigs but I only connect 1 to my monitor at any given time. I do use the dummy plugs with the resistors for one of them but the CPM seems to be hovering around the 6500CPM region
No, stale shares are not related to hardware, you would be getting 'invalid-momentum' rejects if it was for hardware errors.

Cool thanks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 19, 2014, 09:41:36 am
Just for my understanding, when the block shows as immature, does it mean that the gpu is mining, or has it finished mining and waiting for the confirmation for payout?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 19, 2014, 09:44:30 am
Just for my understanding, when the block shows as immature, does it mean that the gpu is mining, or has it finished mining and waiting for the confirmation for payout?
The 'immature' means that the block is found by the pool but cannot be spent (shares payed to miners) yet. Your gpu is mining next blocks during that.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 19, 2014, 10:47:36 am
Just for my understanding, when the block shows as immature, does it mean that the gpu is mining, or has it finished mining and waiting for the confirmation for payout?
The 'immature' means that the block is found by the pool but cannot be spent (shares payed to miners) yet. Your gpu is mining next blocks during that.

Thats what I wanted to know, thanks. And the pool seems to have got invigorated over the last few days. Lots of action.

One more question, how can we check who found a block, or anyway to check if I have found a block. Cheers.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: agc on January 19, 2014, 01:18:28 pm
Thats what I wanted to know, thanks. And the pool seems to have got invigorated over the last few days. Lots of action.

Yes, pool hashrate increased again from 350K c/m to 530K c/m during the last two days (only top 100 miners considered).
Still a lot to go to become an equivalent counterpart to the other pool (7M c/m).
Maybe reorder could provide some more accurate stats regarding pool hashrate?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 19, 2014, 03:26:57 pm
Is there any way I can configure the cards specifically ie clock speeds etc. like in cgminer ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 19, 2014, 03:30:00 pm
Is there any way I can configure the cards specifically ie clock speeds etc. like in cgminer ?
No, the miner does not have this functionality. However, you can use manufacturer's tools like aticonfig or Afterburner for that.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 19, 2014, 05:49:37 pm
Is there any way I can use my Asus 570 GTX which only has 1280MB ram to mine?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 19, 2014, 05:53:34 pm
Is there any way I can use my Asus 570 GTX which only has 1280MB ram to mine?
You should be able to start the miner as soon as your card has 1G RAM free. You can view the free VRAM with tools like GPU-Z. To free some, you can try reducing your screen resolution or disconnecting secondary display if you have one.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AceCobra1 on January 19, 2014, 06:49:13 pm
I was using it as my primary card there so I got an error... Might try it again later and plug it into my other slot
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: earntodie on January 19, 2014, 07:10:10 pm
Is there any way I can use my Asus 570 GTX which only has 1280MB ram to mine?
Yeap, GeForce GTX 570 = 960 CPM! "Mining Hardware Comparison" table at http://pts.1gh.com/
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: eleck on January 19, 2014, 07:50:53 pm
could you guys try to see if you can put the crossfire working properly because in crossfire the ati cards tend to loose very mutch performance
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 19, 2014, 07:53:59 pm
could you guys try to see if you can put the crossfire working properly because in crossfire the ati cards tend to loose very mutch performance
We cannot, and you can see the same degradation in any mining and even in some games that support multiple cards natively. To get best performance from 2 cards, you have to disable crossfire and run them separately.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AliMan on January 20, 2014, 04:42:41 am
Hey man, I'm getting this following error, even after following all the proper steps, my gpu is a 780 ti, any idea what may be happening:

http://content.screencast.com/users/AliMan89/folders/Jing/media/88de0fc6-c1d8-4381-bbe1-3bac758c3604/2014-01-19_1327.png
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: lnxsrt on January 20, 2014, 06:01:47 am
Got my 770 GTX pumping out 1120 CPM on Arch Linux. Seems to be working excellent.

Is there any way you could compile a linux version for CentOS? It has an older GLIBC version.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: earntodie on January 20, 2014, 09:37:43 am
could you guys try to see if you can put the crossfire working properly because in crossfire the ati cards tend to loose very mutch performance
We cannot, and you can see the same degradation in any mining and even in some games that support multiple cards natively. To get best performance from 2 cards, you have to disable crossfire and run them separately.
win miner is new version?
download, update and I have increased rig productivity by 5% )
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 20, 2014, 09:44:37 am
could you guys try to see if you can put the crossfire working properly because in crossfire the ati cards tend to loose very mutch performance
We cannot, and you can see the same degradation in any mining and even in some games that support multiple cards natively. To get best performance from 2 cards, you have to disable crossfire and run them separately.
win miner is new version?
download, update and I have increased rig productivity by 5% )
It is version 1.3 from Jan 12, I am not sure how much new it is :) Its difference from 1.2 is reduced stale shares submitted.

Next version will have stratum support to (almost) eliminate stales.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: mav2000 on January 20, 2014, 12:35:14 pm
ANy updates to the miner, the GPU one?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 20, 2014, 12:38:31 pm
ANy updates to the miner, the GPU one?
Not yet, next update will happen in several days. It will not affect you CPM, but will reduce your stale shares percent to almost zero.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Chivas12 on January 20, 2014, 12:59:27 pm
(http://picload.org/thumbnail/lrrlowl/unbenannt.png) (http://picload.org/view/lrrlowl/unbenannt.png.html)

2x MSI R7970 Lightning BE :)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Schwede65 on January 20, 2014, 02:03:21 pm
ANy updates to the miner, the GPU one?
Not yet, next update will happen in several days. It will not affect you CPM, but will reduce your stale shares percent to almost zero.
yeah, that would be fine - i have 2.5 to 5.5 % rejected shares on different rigs - so implemented stratum in the miner would bring the performance ~4 % up - mostly regarding the "fighting" with other big pools
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: oddworld on January 20, 2014, 04:18:18 pm
(http://picload.org/thumbnail/lrrlowl/unbenannt.png) (http://picload.org/view/lrrlowl/unbenannt.png.html)

2x MSI R7970 Lightning BE :)

Reorder, the 7970 is getting ~1150 CPM, but my 7870 is only getting ~620 or 650 CPM. Does this sound right?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 20, 2014, 04:20:59 pm
(http://picload.org/thumbnail/lrrlowl/unbenannt.png) (http://picload.org/view/lrrlowl/unbenannt.png.html)

2x MSI R7970 Lightning BE :)

Reorder, the 7970 is getting ~1150 CPM, but my 7870 is only getting ~620 or 650 CPM. Does this sound right?
Yes, my 7870ge performs about the same, 630cpm at stock clocks. It has less shaders, so this proportion stands for other coins too (in cgminer etc).
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AliMan on January 20, 2014, 05:20:38 pm
(http://content.screencast.com/users/AliMan89/folders/Jing/media/88de0fc6-c1d8-4381-bbe1-3bac758c3604/2014-01-19_1327.png)

So no one knows about this?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 20, 2014, 05:57:29 pm
@Aliman

I will include the option to override workgroup size in the next miner release.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AliMan on January 20, 2014, 06:08:17 pm
Alright, sounds good.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: AliMan on January 20, 2014, 09:06:23 pm
Btw, is it possible to use any other miner for this pool?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: cackalacky on January 21, 2014, 12:17:42 am
Any ETA on a Windows CPU Client? I am currently using your pool for my nvidia GPUs (keeping my Radeons on scrypt for now). However I am having to point to another pool for my CPUs. I'd much rather use 1gh.

Is there a 3rd party CPU miner that can be pointed to the 1gh pool in the meantime?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: rots on January 21, 2014, 07:01:03 am
I got 630cpm on 270x 2G, which is same to 7870, but only 150 on 7850 1G, what's the problem? Is that 1G memory slow down the cpm?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining
Post by: c.figgis on January 21, 2014, 08:57:29 am
Guys, anybody with Nvidia here? Care to post your results? Seems impossible to get a honest benchmark from another camp..

Ubuntu x64
GTX 570 around 960+ c/m
GTX 560Ti around 660+ c/m

How are you getting 960+ c/m out of the GTX 570? I have several GTX 570 HD cards and the fastest one only gets about 916 c/m. Most of the others are in the low 800 c/m range. See below for some sample output lines from the latest 1GH miner:

Tue Jan 21 03:42:55 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 829.231483 hpm 243.998705 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 886/37/0 -> RPC result: Accepted
Tue Jan 21 03:42:56 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 916.689950 hpm 267.335571 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1003/33/0 -> RPC result: Accepted

Here's the device query detail for the cards that seem identical:

Device 1: "GeForce GTX 570"
  CUDA Driver Version / Runtime Version          5.5 / 5.5
  CUDA Capability Major/Minor version number:    2.0
  Total amount of global memory:                 1280 MBytes (1341849600 bytes)
  (15) Multiprocessors, ( 32) CUDA Cores/MP:     480 CUDA Cores
  GPU Clock rate:                                1464 MHz (1.46 GHz)
  Memory Clock rate:                             1900 Mhz
  Memory Bus Width:                              320-bit
  L2 Cache Size:                                 655360 bytes
  Maximum Texture Dimension Size (x,y,z)         1D=(65536), 2D=(65536, 65535), 3D=(2048, 2048, 2048)
  Maximum Layered 1D Texture Size, (num) layers  1D=(16384), 2048 layers
  Maximum Layered 2D Texture Size, (num) layers  2D=(16384, 16384), 2048 layers
  Total amount of constant memory:               65536 bytes
  Total amount of shared memory per block:       49152 bytes
  Total number of registers available per block: 32768
  Warp size:                                     32
  Maximum number of threads per multiprocessor:  1536
  Maximum number of threads per block:           1024
  Max dimension size of a thread block (x,y,z): (1024, 1024, 64)
  Max dimension size of a grid size    (x,y,z): (65535, 65535, 65535)
  Maximum memory pitch:                          2147483647 bytes
  Texture alignment:                             512 bytes
  Concurrent copy and kernel execution:          Yes with 1 copy engine(s)
  Run time limit on kernels:                     No
  Integrated GPU sharing Host Memory:            No
  Support host page-locked memory mapping:       Yes
  Alignment requirement for Surfaces:            Yes
  Device has ECC support:                        Disabled
  Device supports Unified Addressing (UVA):      Yes
  Device PCI Bus ID / PCI location ID:           2 / 0
  Compute Mode:
     < Default (multiple host threads can use ::cudaSetDevice() with device simultaneously) >

Device 2: "GeForce GTX 570"
  CUDA Driver Version / Runtime Version          5.5 / 5.5
  CUDA Capability Major/Minor version number:    2.0
  Total amount of global memory:                 1280 MBytes (1341849600 bytes)
  (15) Multiprocessors, ( 32) CUDA Cores/MP:     480 CUDA Cores
  GPU Clock rate:                                1464 MHz (1.46 GHz)
  Memory Clock rate:                             1900 Mhz
  Memory Bus Width:                              320-bit
  L2 Cache Size:                                 655360 bytes
  Maximum Texture Dimension Size (x,y,z)         1D=(65536), 2D=(65536, 65535), 3D=(2048, 2048, 2048)
  Maximum Layered 1D Texture Size, (num) layers  1D=(16384), 2048 layers
  Maximum Layered 2D Texture Size, (num) layers  2D=(16384, 16384), 2048 layers
  Total amount of constant memory:               65536 bytes
  Total amount of shared memory per block:       49152 bytes
  Total number of registers available per block: 32768
  Warp size:                                     32
  Maximum number of threads per multiprocessor:  1536
  Maximum number of threads per block:           1024
  Max dimension size of a thread block (x,y,z): (1024, 1024, 64)
  Max dimension size of a grid size    (x,y,z): (65535, 65535, 65535)
  Maximum memory pitch:                          2147483647 bytes
  Texture alignment:                             512 bytes
  Concurrent copy and kernel execution:          Yes with 1 copy engine(s)
  Run time limit on kernels:                     No
  Integrated GPU sharing Host Memory:            No
  Support host page-locked memory mapping:       Yes
  Alignment requirement for Surfaces:            Yes
  Device has ECC support:                        Disabled
  Device supports Unified Addressing (UVA):      Yes
  Device PCI Bus ID / PCI location ID:           1 / 0
  Compute Mode:
     < Default (multiple host threads can use ::cudaSetDevice() with device simultaneously) >


Since most of these cards run in the low 800 c/m range it seems I'm losing about 15% performance somewhere. I have tried many options like running the system with just a single GPU or disabling multiple cores in case of interrupt problems.

Can you share any details of how you're obtaining the higher performance or help me to troubleshoot my setup?

Thank you!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: earntodie on January 22, 2014, 09:04:07 pm
ANy updates to the miner, the GPU one?
Not yet, next update will happen in several days. It will not affect you CPM, but will reduce your stale shares percent to almost zero.
Any news?  :D and Thanks for pool!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: soniq on January 23, 2014, 11:04:05 pm
Hi

My PTS  address is on your site  and checking the address says there are several payments sent to my address, but my wallet has not received any of the payments.

Wallet is connected and up to date.  Double checked and verified address PruMNRMkp3C1dVAkGRsmUxqtVoNdMyVcKT

Anything else to check?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 23, 2014, 11:08:21 pm
Hi

My PTS  address is on your site  and checking the address says there are several payments sent to my address, but my wallet has not received any of the payments.

Wallet is connected and up to date.  Double checked and verified address PruMNRMkp3C1dVAkGRsmUxqtVoNdMyVcKT

Anything else to check?
Your payments are on the blockchain: https://coinplorer.com/PTS/Addresses/PruMNRMkp3C1dVAkGRsmUxqtVoNdMyVcKT

Maybe your wallet is out of sync? You could try running it with '-rescan' option.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Brekyrself on January 24, 2014, 12:35:51 am
Reorder

Are there any variables we can tune with?  One of my Vista64 machines is crashing the display drivers only after 6+ hours of mining.  Temps not an issue and I tried the registry fix.  Same cards/drivers however with Win7 64 have been running forever without a hitch with your miner.

If it matters I am using 2x HIS 7950's with AMD 13.12 drivers.
Title: Radeon 7950
Post by: slacking on January 24, 2014, 04:11:17 am
Getting around 990 cpm with a Powercolor 7950 (oc'd 1045 core/1500 memory) that I bought for $189.00 on Newegg before prices exploded recently...yippppeee!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 24, 2014, 06:16:58 am
Reorder

Are there any variables we can tune with?  One of my Vista64 machines is crashing the display drivers only after 6+ hours of mining.  Temps not an issue and I tried the registry fix.  Same cards/drivers however with Win7 64 have been running forever without a hitch with your miner.

If it matters I am using 2x HIS 7950's with AMD 13.12 drivers.
There is essentially nothing to tune about the algorithm save for amount of VRAM used, and that the miner tries to adjust automatically. I figure AMD does not give much love to Vista in their drivers anymore, probably you are hitting some driver bug.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: jly77 on January 26, 2014, 12:24:53 pm
Reorder

Are there any variables we can tune with?  One of my Vista64 machines is crashing the display drivers only after 6+ hours of mining.  Temps not an issue and I tried the registry fix.  Same cards/drivers however with Win7 64 have been running forever without a hitch with your miner.

If it matters I am using 2x HIS 7950's with AMD 13.12 drivers.
There is essentially nothing to tune about the algorithm save for amount of VRAM used, and that the miner tries to adjust automatically. I figure AMD does not give much love to Vista in their drivers anymore, probably you are hitting some driver bug.

I tried your pool today and it works great for me so far. Can you please optimize the miner for gtx660ti? It seems it's possible to get ~850cpm from gtx660ti. Thanks .
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Darkbane on January 27, 2014, 02:39:14 am
(http://ods.ods.net/protoshare-memory-usage.jpg)

Wondering about the memory usage... I've got a 2GB video card but I see to only be using 1.1MB of the memory... wondering if this is normal from the program automatically configuring itself?

Windows 8.1
2x ASUS R9 270 (not the 270X) http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/R9270DC2OC2GD5/ (http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/R9270DC2OC2GD5/)
pts-1gh-win (is this version number or how do I tell)

side note for those wondering why it says dynamic memory instead of dedicated memory... For some reason GPU-Z has never reported dedicated memory usage, I think its just a snafu in the program or the driver itself reporting it correctly, when GPU mining scrypt I can change the threads and suck up every last bit of of the 2GB memory...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 27, 2014, 08:05:37 am
Hey man, I'm getting this following error, even after following all the proper steps, my gpu is a 780 ti, any idea what may be happening:

http://content.screencast.com/users/AliMan89/folders/Jing/media/88de0fc6-c1d8-4381-bbe1-3bac758c3604/2014-01-19_1327.png
I'm getting this exact same error with the same card. Has anyone had luck with this card? Win 8.1 x64 w/332.21 GeForce drivers. Thanks.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 27, 2014, 08:35:10 pm
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-PTS-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 27, 2014, 08:45:29 pm
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-MMC-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Sounds great, it will be nice to have all of my miners on the same pool. So we can use this miner? (the yvg1900 one?) from here:
https://mega.co.nz/#F!h0tkXSxZ!f62uoUXogkxQmP2xO8Ib-g
Thanks.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 27, 2014, 08:48:34 pm
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-MMC-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Sounds great, it will be nice to have all of my miners on the same pool. So we can use this miner? (the yvg1900 one?) from here:
https://mega.co.nz/#F!h0tkXSxZ!f62uoUXogkxQmP2xO8Ib-g
Thanks.
Yes, it is this one. Actually jhProtominer and xptMiner work too, but yam is the best.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Darkbane on January 27, 2014, 10:56:43 pm
Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

(http://ods.ods.net/protoshares-stratum.jpg)

using the 1.4 stratum version now, may I request you include a version number somewhere when it starts up, so we can easily identify in the future which version we are running? seems I am almost identical to previous work rates, so the inclusion of stratum to lower rejects should give a net increase with no wasted work time... huge bonus for all.

I started to try out the different workgroup sizes... seems I must settle on 256 as anything higher will error, is that expected for a 2GB video card? I'm guessing a 512 would work on a 4GB and so on? (just taking a stab at trying to understand since I see only 1.1GB of gpu memory being used, ASUS R9 270 2GB)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: earntodie on January 27, 2014, 10:59:09 pm
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-PTS-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Could you please add info about version in your gpu miner?!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Darkbane on January 27, 2014, 11:03:34 pm
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-MMC-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Sounds great, it will be nice to have all of my miners on the same pool. So we can use this miner? (the yvg1900 one?) from here:
https://mega.co.nz/#F!h0tkXSxZ!f62uoUXogkxQmP2xO8Ib-g
Thanks.

Do you find that your GPU mining lowers when you are CPU mining on the same machine? I attempted this and the loss in GPU was simply not worth the gains from the CPU, I was simply using more electricity for no gain... (I was using the yam) I'm sure results will vary person to person, just wondering if anyone has added them together to see yet?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 27, 2014, 11:04:03 pm

I started to try out the different workgroup sizes... seems I must settle on 256 as anything higher will error, is that expected for a 2GB video card? I'm guessing a 512 would work on a 4GB and so on? (just taking a stab at trying to understand since I see only 1.1GB of gpu memory being used, ASUS R9 270 2GB)
The worksize is limited not by your VRAM, but rather by GPU architecture and driver. Setting it to lower than default may benefit older cards (low-end 6xxx in particular) and might solve a problem with some Nvidias that fail to start with what their driver provides as default.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 27, 2014, 11:04:30 pm
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-PTS-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Could you please add info about version in your gpu miner?!
Thank you for suggestion, will do that tomorrow.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 27, 2014, 11:08:16 pm
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-MMC-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Sounds great, it will be nice to have all of my miners on the same pool. So we can use this miner? (the yvg1900 one?) from here:
https://mega.co.nz/#F!h0tkXSxZ!f62uoUXogkxQmP2xO8Ib-g
Thanks.

Do you find that your GPU mining lowers when you are CPU mining on the same machine? I attempted this and the loss in GPU was simply not worth the gains from the CPU, I was simply using more electricity for no gain... (I was using the yam) I'm sure results will vary person to person, just wondering if anyone has added them together to see yet?
Does the GPU miner use a lot of your CPU time? It was the case for me when using two cards without setting GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS, now the miner sets this variable automatically. It is some old AMD driver issue.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 27, 2014, 11:19:52 pm
Do you find that your GPU mining lowers when you are CPU mining on the same machine? I attempted this and the loss in GPU was simply not worth the gains from the CPU, I was simply using more electricity for no gain... (I was using the yam) I'm sure results will vary person to person, just wondering if anyone has added them together to see yet?
Yeah I noticed a big drop if you try to run both GPU and CPU at the same time. At the time I was running yam pointed to ypool and pts-miner 1.3 pointed to 1gh. I was able to get pretty good results by dropping 1 core on the CPU miner, example if it was 12 core, I used 11, etc. Now that they can all point to 1gh, I'll test more this evening with the new version 1.4 and see how goes.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 27, 2014, 11:23:38 pm
Hey man, I'm getting this following error, even after following all the proper steps, my gpu is a 780 ti, any idea what may be happening:

http://content.screencast.com/users/AliMan89/folders/Jing/media/88de0fc6-c1d8-4381-bbe1-3bac758c3604/2014-01-19_1327.png
I'm getting this exact same error with the same card. Has anyone had luck with this card? Win 8.1 x64 w/332.21 GeForce drivers. Thanks.
I still can't seem to get it to detect my GTX 780ti to be seen by new 1.4 pts-miner under Win 8. It just does not show unless I put 1-0 on the command line but it is the only GPU in the system. Still gives the same error as above. I guess I'll move it over to a Ubuntu rig and see if I have better luck. Unless anyone has any clues. Thanks.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 27, 2014, 11:25:40 pm
Hey man, I'm getting this following error, even after following all the proper steps, my gpu is a 780 ti, any idea what may be happening:

http://content.screencast.com/users/AliMan89/folders/Jing/media/88de0fc6-c1d8-4381-bbe1-3bac758c3604/2014-01-19_1327.png
I'm getting this exact same error with the same card. Has anyone had luck with this card? Win 8.1 x64 w/332.21 GeForce drivers. Thanks.
I still can't seem to get it to detect my GTX 780ti to be seen by new 1.4 pts-miner under Win 8. It just does not show unless I put 1-0 on the command line but it is the only GPU in the system. Still gives the same error as above. I guess I'll move it over to a Ubuntu rig and see if I have better luck. Unless anyone has any clues. Thanks.
Would you please try '1-0,256', '1-0,128', '1-0,64' ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Darkbane on January 27, 2014, 11:29:05 pm
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-MMC-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Sounds great, it will be nice to have all of my miners on the same pool. So we can use this miner? (the yvg1900 one?) from here:
https://mega.co.nz/#F!h0tkXSxZ!f62uoUXogkxQmP2xO8Ib-g
Thanks.

Do you find that your GPU mining lowers when you are CPU mining on the same machine? I attempted this and the loss in GPU was simply not worth the gains from the CPU, I was simply using more electricity for no gain... (I was using the yam) I'm sure results will vary person to person, just wondering if anyone has added them together to see yet?
Does the GPU miner use a lot of your CPU time? It was the case for me when using two cards without setting GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS, now the miner sets this variable automatically. It is some old AMD driver issue.

barely any CPU usage at all (under 6% in task manager while I use various programs on the desktop)... I do from mining other things have two environment variables set... GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100 and GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1... I had been attempting to get SeLockMemoryPrivilege for cpu mining with large pages, but windows 8.1 is just an absolute bear with allowing this to get set, the MMC won't run locally by design anymore so I have not been able to set a correct value to get this working, which is why I am discounting my CPU mining experience as normal...

I do notice the GPU miner skips over my intel CPU as a GPU, despite the fact its still enabled for graphics, in fact its what I am using as my main desktop GPU so the two cards have zero load from anything else, it's just nice to not have any flicker or skips while using the computer... I tried to set the memory on the motherboard to 1024 thinking it skips past the built-in video as being too small, but even GPU-Z still does not recognize an increase in the memory, I was going to dig around for some set minimum command in windows to see if windows will force it to have a minimum memory.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: Darkbane on January 27, 2014, 11:32:09 pm
Do you find that your GPU mining lowers when you are CPU mining on the same machine? I attempted this and the loss in GPU was simply not worth the gains from the CPU, I was simply using more electricity for no gain... (I was using the yam) I'm sure results will vary person to person, just wondering if anyone has added them together to see yet?
Yeah I noticed a big drop if you try to run both GPU and CPU at the same time. At the time I was running yam pointed to ypool and pts-miner 1.3 pointed to 1gh. I was able to get pretty good results by dropping 1 core on the CPU miner, example if it was 12 core, I used 11, etc. Now that they can all point to 1gh, I'll test more this evening with the new version 1.4 and see how goes.

Ahhh yes that is a good idea, dropping 1 thread just to free immediate CPU use... the things you overlook at 2am... guess this means I shall attempt again... good suggestion for those attempting to try this out.

thumbs up for this suggestion to use 1 less thread than your maximum available... tried it out and it works without causing any drop in performance on the GPU mining... (for my CPU its still not worth doing, but anyone looking to do this and noticing a drop in GPU performance, use one less thread and it should hold steady)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: reorder on January 27, 2014, 11:34:10 pm

barely any CPU usage at all (under 6% in task manager while I use various programs on the desktop)... I do from mining other things have two environment variables set... GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100 and GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1... I had been attempting to get SeLockMemoryPrivilege for cpu mining with large pages, but windows 8.1 is just an absolute bear with allowing this to get set, the MMC won't run locally by design anymore so I have not been able to set a correct value to get this working, which is why I am discounting my CPU mining experience as normal...

I do notice the GPU miner skips over my intel CPU as a GPU, despite the fact its still enabled for graphics, in fact its what I am using as my main desktop GPU so the two cards have zero load from anything else, it's just nice to not have any flicker or skips while using the computer... I tried to set the memory on the motherboard to 1024 thinking it skips past the built-in video as being too small, but even GPU-Z still does not recognize an increase in the memory, I was going to dig around for some set minimum command in windows to see if windows will force it to have a minimum memory.
Intel HD is intentionally skipped because of its inferior performance. You are better off running yam on CPU even without hugepages, its worst performance mode is still better than Intel's OpenCL.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 27, 2014, 11:57:31 pm
Hey man, I'm getting this following error, even after following all the proper steps, my gpu is a 780 ti, any idea what may be happening:

http://content.screencast.com/users/AliMan89/folders/Jing/media/88de0fc6-c1d8-4381-bbe1-3bac758c3604/2014-01-19_1327.png
I'm getting this exact same error with the same card. Has anyone had luck with this card? Win 8.1 x64 w/332.21 GeForce drivers. Thanks.
I still can't seem to get it to detect my GTX 780ti to be seen by new 1.4 pts-miner under Win 8. It just does not show unless I put 1-0 on the command line but it is the only GPU in the system. Still gives the same error as above. I guess I'll move it over to a Ubuntu rig and see if I have better luck. Unless anyone has any clues. Thanks.
Would you please try '1-0,256', '1-0,128', '1-0,64' ?
Yes! It works with '1-0,256'
Thank you very much!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: wsnnwa on January 28, 2014, 04:05:37 am
So...For some reason 0-0 works on my Asus GTX780. Is this correct??

(http://s29.postimg.org/t8l33o3yb/GTX780_lol.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/t8l33o3yb/)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 28, 2014, 06:59:17 am
So...For some reason 0-0 works on my Asus GTX780. Is this correct??

(http://s29.postimg.org/t8l33o3yb/GTX780_lol.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/t8l33o3yb/)
It looks right to me. I am getting around that CPM on my GTX 780 Ti. 8) (like maybe 30-40 more)
I think mine uses 1-0 because I had a HD6970 on that rig before, and when I put the new card in I bet it messed with the registry. When I have time I still want to test it under Linux and see what CPM I can get.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 28, 2014, 07:10:35 am
Is it possible to use Stratum with yam or is that just built into pts-miner.exe? I tried the listed Stratum ports on the main pool page, but it did not connect. Are we supposed to use the Stratum Proxy? (the one from slush) Thanks. Just trying to cut down on the bandwidth for both of us. ;)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: reorder on January 28, 2014, 07:27:36 am
Is it possible to use Stratum with yam or is that just built into pts-miner.exe? I tried the listed Stratum ports on the main pool page, but it did not connect. Are we supposed to use the Stratum Proxy? (the one from slush) Thanks. Just trying to cut down on the bandwidth for both of us. ;)
No, yam uses a different protocol, you cannot use it on stratum ports. There is actually no reason to: its own protocol is tight on bandwidth too. You do not need stratum proxy and it would not work anyway as the protocol is modified for PTS, only pts-miner can work with it on the moment.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 28, 2014, 08:53:36 am
this new miner 1.4 rocks again :)
my HD6990-hashrate increases from 2380 cpm to 2560 cpm
very good work!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 28, 2014, 09:16:08 am
1.4-gpu-miner with R9 290X: 1320 cpm
it's o.k., but only slightly better then my HD6990 per gpu

Edit: <0.1 % stale(s) - fantastic stratum-result!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (Geforce GTX 570 - 960 cpm)
Post by: earntodie on January 28, 2014, 10:27:05 am
Guys,

Pool miner is now updated to version 1.4, please download it from the pts.1gh.com page.
  • It now uses stratum mining protocol, stale shares are almost zero
  • It is now possible to override workgroup size detection, please try setting it to 64-128-256 if you had 'Invalid group size' error
  • Hashrate is slightly improved

The pool now supports XPT protocol, for CPU mining you can now use yam! Connection string for yam is:
Code: [Select]
xpt2h://YOUR-PTS-ADDRESS:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Could you please add info about version in your gpu miner?!
Thank you for suggestion, will do that tomorrow.
Thanks!
Pool need more power!  8)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 28, 2014, 02:06:56 pm
1.4-gpu-miner with R9 290X: 1320 cpm
it's o.k., but only slightly better then my HD6990 per gpu

Edit: <0.1 % stale(s) - fantastic stratum-result!
@reorder please contact the developer NaN https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.30 to support your pool with his miner, because he has a great AMD-GPU-miner for the newer cards e.g. R9 290X with more then doubled hashrate!
the 1.9 % developer-fee is not the point when doubling the cpm...
may be you can work together with the stratum-support for the miner...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: reorder on January 28, 2014, 02:16:53 pm
1.4-gpu-miner with R9 290X: 1320 cpm
it's o.k., but only slightly better then my HD6990 per gpu

Edit: <0.1 % stale(s) - fantastic stratum-result!
@reorder please contact the developer NaN https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.30 to support your pool with his miner, because he has a great AMD-GPU-miner for the newer cards e.g. R9 290X with more then doubled hashrate!
the 1.9 % developer-fee is not the point when doubling the cpm...
may be you can work together with the stratum-support for the miner...
Hmm, have you tried running two instances of 1GH miner on a 290X? Seems like this is how the top performance is achieved in that miner too.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 28, 2014, 02:43:15 pm
1.4-gpu-miner with R9 290X: 1320 cpm
it's o.k., but only slightly better then my HD6990 per gpu

Edit: <0.1 % stale(s) - fantastic stratum-result!
@reorder please contact the developer NaN https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.30 to support your pool with his miner, because he has a great AMD-GPU-miner for the newer cards e.g. R9 290X with more then doubled hashrate!
the 1.9 % developer-fee is not the point when doubling the cpm...
may be you can work together with the stratum-support for the miner...
Hmm, have you tried running two instances of 1GH miner on a 290X? Seems like this is how the top performance is achieved in that miner too.
i am no expert - so i startet the bat-file (with "-d 0") two times regarding this first 290X - done the same with the two other 290X - so i had 6 x cmd-window
but there was no hashrate-improvement: 0.5 + 0.5 = 1
is this "running-two-instances" correctly done by me?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: reorder on January 28, 2014, 03:01:05 pm
1.4-gpu-miner with R9 290X: 1320 cpm
it's o.k., but only slightly better then my HD6990 per gpu

Edit: <0.1 % stale(s) - fantastic stratum-result!
@reorder please contact the developer NaN https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.30 to support your pool with his miner, because he has a great AMD-GPU-miner for the newer cards e.g. R9 290X with more then doubled hashrate!
the 1.9 % developer-fee is not the point when doubling the cpm...
may be you can work together with the stratum-support for the miner...
Hmm, have you tried running two instances of 1GH miner on a 290X? Seems like this is how the top performance is achieved in that miner too.
i am no expert - so i startet the bat-file (with "-d 0") two times regarding this first 290X - done the same with the two other 290X - so i had 6 x cmd-window
but there was no hashrate-improvement: 0.5 + 0.5 = 1
is this "running-two-instances" correctly done by me?
I rather meant 1GH miner (it does not have options like '-d 0'), does it perform better on 290X when multiple instances are started?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 28, 2014, 03:09:49 pm
1.4-gpu-miner with R9 290X: 1320 cpm
it's o.k., but only slightly better then my HD6990 per gpu

Edit: <0.1 % stale(s) - fantastic stratum-result!
@reorder please contact the developer NaN https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.30 to support your pool with his miner, because he has a great AMD-GPU-miner for the newer cards e.g. R9 290X with more then doubled hashrate!
the 1.9 % developer-fee is not the point when doubling the cpm...
may be you can work together with the stratum-support for the miner...
Hmm, have you tried running two instances of 1GH miner on a 290X? Seems like this is how the top performance is achieved in that miner too.
i am no expert - so i startet the bat-file (with "-d 0") two times regarding this first 290X - done the same with the two other 290X - so i had 6 x cmd-window
but there was no hashrate-improvement: 0.5 + 0.5 = 1
is this "running-two-instances" correctly done by me?
I rather meant 1GH miner (it does not have options like '-d 0'), does it perform better on 290X when multiple instances are started?
"pts-miner_d0.bat"
pts-miner.exe "my_pts_address" -d 0
pause

i started this file two times - this "-d 0" comes from my scrypt-mining-times and it works fine with your miner ;)
(it works with: "-d 1" + "-d 2" and "-d 3" in other bat-files)
so i had two cmd-windows with running each at the half hashrate (660 cpm + 670 cpm)
by the way - HOW do i start multiple instances correctly?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: reorder on January 28, 2014, 03:19:04 pm

"pts-miner_d0.bat"
pts-miner.exe "my_pts_address" -d 0
pause

i started this file two times - this "-d 0" comes from my scrypt-mining-times and it works fine with your miner ;)
so i had two cmd-windows with running each at the half hashrate (660 cpm + 670 cpm)
by the way - HOW do i start multiple instances correctly?
Well, my miner does not understand '-d 0' at all, it should rather be started as 'pts-miner.exe YOUR-ADDRESS 0-0' if you want it to work only on the first card of first OpenCL 'platform' in the system. Would you please create a bat file with this string and start it once, check the hashrate, then start it again without closing the first window and see if your total hashrate has improved?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 28, 2014, 03:52:26 pm

"pts-miner_d0.bat"
pts-miner.exe "my_pts_address" -d 0
pause

i started this file two times - this "-d 0" comes from my scrypt-mining-times and it works fine with your miner ;)
so i had two cmd-windows with running each at the half hashrate (660 cpm + 670 cpm)
by the way - HOW do i start multiple instances correctly?
Well, my miner does not understand '-d 0' at all, it should rather be started as 'pts-miner.exe YOUR-ADDRESS 0-0' if you want it to work only on the first card of first OpenCL 'platform' in the system. Would you please create a bat file with this string and start it once, check the hashrate, then start it again without closing the first window and see if your total hashrate has improved?
1 instance: 1368 cpm
2 instances: 743 + 650 = 1393 cpm
only a minimum increase of total hashrate
by the way: when the miner is startet at my system it shows the Hawaii-GPU, but only with 3 GB - so far i know is this card with 4 GB...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: reorder on January 28, 2014, 04:00:45 pm

"pts-miner_d0.bat"
pts-miner.exe "my_pts_address" -d 0
pause

i started this file two times - this "-d 0" comes from my scrypt-mining-times and it works fine with your miner ;)
so i had two cmd-windows with running each at the half hashrate (660 cpm + 670 cpm)
by the way - HOW do i start multiple instances correctly?
Well, my miner does not understand '-d 0' at all, it should rather be started as 'pts-miner.exe YOUR-ADDRESS 0-0' if you want it to work only on the first card of first OpenCL 'platform' in the system. Would you please create a bat file with this string and start it once, check the hashrate, then start it again without closing the first window and see if your total hashrate has improved?
1 instance: 1368 cpm
2 instances: 743 + 650 = 1393 cpm
only a minimum increase of total hashrate
by the way: when the miner is startet at my system it shows the Hawaii-GPU, but only with 3 GB - so far i know is this card with 4 GB...
Apparently, vectorized code works better on Hawaii, then.. Well, let us see if the developer is willing to support other pools.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★★★★★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 28, 2014, 04:48:01 pm

"pts-miner_d0.bat"
pts-miner.exe "my_pts_address" -d 0
pause

i started this file two times - this "-d 0" comes from my scrypt-mining-times and it works fine with your miner ;)
so i had two cmd-windows with running each at the half hashrate (660 cpm + 670 cpm)
by the way - HOW do i start multiple instances correctly?
Well, my miner does not understand '-d 0' at all, it should rather be started as 'pts-miner.exe YOUR-ADDRESS 0-0' if you want it to work only on the first card of first OpenCL 'platform' in the system. Would you please create a bat file with this string and start it once, check the hashrate, then start it again without closing the first window and see if your total hashrate has improved?
1 instance: 1368 cpm
2 instances: 743 + 650 = 1393 cpm
only a minimum increase of total hashrate
by the way: when the miner is startet at my system it shows the Hawaii-GPU, but only with 3 GB - so far i know is this card with 4 GB...
Apparently, vectorized code works better on Hawaii, then.. Well, let us see if the developer is willing to support other pools.
NaN said in his thread, that this is the next step for him...

the hashrate is really great on 3 x 290X: 2504 cpm + 2529 cpm + 2549 cpm with ~ 2-%-rejects
Edit: the rejects are down to ~0.7 %
this two instances-solution is in my eyes not so well, because after a time the hashing settles down on the 2 instances - but the rejects go high on the second instance to ~ 8 %

oh... i tested the new software on my HD6990 - only ~800 cpm compared to your fantastic ~1280 cpm / on one GPU
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 29, 2014, 12:58:33 am
Are there any pool issues? I seem to be getting a lot of Failure and Reconnect messages.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★
Post by: reorder on January 29, 2014, 01:04:56 am
Are there any pool issues? I seem to be getting a lot of Failure and Reconnect messages.
Everything looks good on our side. Is it with stratum miner or old getwork one?

Edit: one of XPT ports really had an unusually high rate of reconnects, but looks like it was only you: other connections to that port stayed alive. However, reconnects have stopped now.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 29, 2014, 02:01:33 am
Are there any pool issues? I seem to be getting a lot of Failure and Reconnect messages.
Everything looks good on our side. Is it with stratum miner or old getwork one?

Edit: one of XPT ports really had an unusually high rate of reconnects, but looks like it was only you: other connections to that port stayed alive. However, reconnects have stopped now.
It was happening on all the yam(cpu) rigs, but at multiple locations/networks too, not just one rig. I checked all the pts-miner(GPU) rigs and they seemed to be ok during that time.

All is good now. Thanks, more of a sanity check if anything.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★
Post by: Brekyrself on January 29, 2014, 03:11:36 am
Does anyone know how to adjust clocks on the 2nd card in an AMD setup that has crossfire disabled?  Dummy plug?  I'd prefer not to load additional 3rd party software...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU mining (stratum), CPU mining (yvg1900 yam miner) ★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 29, 2014, 08:46:17 am
one miner connects with stratum-version to the pool - the other always says "lost connection" - no connect
on the same system w7-64

is your pool working correctly?

Edit: getwork-version 1.3 is working fine - but not the stratum-version - there are other rigs with working stratum-version at the same IP
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on January 29, 2014, 12:00:26 pm
We had a huge number of getwork connections that started to cause other connections to be closed. This is mitigated now, but we recommend to upgrade getwork miner to anyone who still runs it.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Schwede65 on January 29, 2014, 12:30:59 pm
now the stratum-miner works on all gpu again - getwork no longer for me
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: rots on January 29, 2014, 12:36:46 pm
Suggest you give version number on zip file. Otherwise no one knows which version
is using.

We had a huge number of getwork connections that started to cause other connections to be closed. This is mitigated now, but we recommend to upgrade getwork miner to anyone who still runs it.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: old_pioner on January 29, 2014, 09:25:24 pm
too many idiotts on the pool, no profit. :o
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: ahpigsy on January 29, 2014, 09:39:05 pm
Must be due for a block find shortly.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 30, 2014, 12:10:32 am
too many idiotts on the pool, no profit. :o
That's not how it works. We need as many miners as we can get to solve as many blocks as possible. The more miners, the better that chance, it's a proportional payout of the work performed. Sure your payout might be smaller, but you would be getting more of them. 
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: ahpigsy on January 30, 2014, 01:16:41 am
8 hours + since we've found a block. Is this unusual? Have we lost miners to another pool?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Brekyrself on January 30, 2014, 01:30:42 am
8 hours + since we've found a block. Is this unusual? Have we lost miners to another pool?

Total hash appears to have decreased.  Everyone needs point gpus and cpus now that yam is supported.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 30, 2014, 03:26:08 am
Yea! #46355, keep em coming.  ::)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade
Post by: Schwede65 on January 30, 2014, 10:10:45 am
too many idiotts on the pool, no profit. :o
That's not how it works. We need as many miners as we can get to solve as many blocks as possible. The more miners, the better that chance, it's a proportional payout of the work performed. Sure your payout might be smaller, but you would be getting more of them.
the point is you can only mine here with a (more) profitable gpu in comparison to scrypt
HD6990 - it makes 2540 cpm here  / 940 kH/s with scrypt / o.k. here
R9 290X - it makes 1350 cpm here / 850 kH/s with scypt / not o.k. here

BUT with the fast open-cl-miner my R9 290X makes 2530 cpm - this is o.k., but only at the beeeeeer-pool
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.0
hope NaN will implement other pool-support

when you mine at a smaller pool the luck-factor becomes bigger in comparison to mining at a greater pool(s)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade
Post by: CryptoN8 on January 30, 2014, 03:18:01 pm
too many idiotts on the pool, no profit. :o
That's not how it works. We need as many miners as we can get to solve as many blocks as possible. The more miners, the better that chance, it's a proportional payout of the work performed. Sure your payout might be smaller, but you would be getting more of them.
the point is you can only mine here with a (more) profitable gpu in comparison to scrypt
HD6990 - it makes 2540 cpm here  / 940 kH/s with scrypt / o.k. here
R9 290X - it makes 1350 cpm here / 850 kH/s with scypt / not o.k. here

BUT with the fast open-cl-miner my R9 290X makes 2530 cpm - this is o.k., but only at the beeeeeer-pool
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.0
hope NaN will implement other pool-support

when you mine at a smaller pool the luck-factor becomes bigger in comparison to mining at a greater pool(s)

Yes, it would be great to have standardized mining software, sort of like the cgminer/bfgminer in the BTC world. With PTS the majority of the good mining software is closed source and that is worrisome, i.e. no peer review. On the other hand, there does seem to be free market options at play. You sort of pick your miner based of the pool you want to support and how much tax you want to pay. (Pool tax + mining software dev tax)

Statistically variance balances out over time, weeks/month vs. hours/days with proportional payouts. You can see proof of this from BTC pools with PPLNS luck graphs. It's human nature to want faster rewards so they flock to what is paying out what seems like more on a daily basis. Over all, IF things were equal, i.e. the same mining software usable on all pools, it should average out over time. It's just math.

What is frustrating is this nebulous factoring you have to keep track of by gathering the yield not only from your total CPM, what you should actually be making with all your hardware by doing math, but the taxes levied from the pool and their supported mining software. The question then becomes where do I want to point my mining farm at based on the best pool/mining software combination after determining all the variables.

Ah good times, the life of a miner...  ::) There is no set it and forget it, but that is why we do it right? Tinker and tweak every last drop of performance out of hardware for the greatest yield.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade
Post by: reorder on January 30, 2014, 03:20:04 pm
too many idiotts on the pool, no profit. :o
That's not how it works. We need as many miners as we can get to solve as many blocks as possible. The more miners, the better that chance, it's a proportional payout of the work performed. Sure your payout might be smaller, but you would be getting more of them.
the point is you can only mine here with a (more) profitable gpu in comparison to scrypt
HD6990 - it makes 2540 cpm here  / 940 kH/s with scrypt / o.k. here
R9 290X - it makes 1350 cpm here / 850 kH/s with scypt / not o.k. here

BUT with the fast open-cl-miner my R9 290X makes 2530 cpm - this is o.k., but only at the beeeeeer-pool
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.0
hope NaN will implement other pool-support

when you mine at a smaller pool the luck-factor becomes bigger in comparison to mining at a greater pool(s)
Seems like that miner already has ypool support.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade
Post by: Darkbane on January 30, 2014, 04:24:38 pm
too many idiotts on the pool, no profit. :o
That's not how it works. We need as many miners as we can get to solve as many blocks as possible. The more miners, the better that chance, it's a proportional payout of the work performed. Sure your payout might be smaller, but you would be getting more of them.
the point is you can only mine here with a (more) profitable gpu in comparison to scrypt
HD6990 - it makes 2540 cpm here  / 940 kH/s with scrypt / o.k. here
R9 290X - it makes 1350 cpm here / 850 kH/s with scypt / not o.k. here

BUT with the fast open-cl-miner my R9 290X makes 2530 cpm - this is o.k., but only at the beeeeeer-pool
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.0
hope NaN will implement other pool-support

when you mine at a smaller pool the luck-factor becomes bigger in comparison to mining at a greater pool(s)
Seems like that miner already has ypool support.

Would rather see 1gh supported before ypool to spread the pools out more... I've got to say the layout of the 1gh website is the primary reason I was mining here... it really is well done and informative to what you want to see... beeeeer.org went the "just the minimum" route for I'm assuming efficiency but man sometimes you just claw your eyeballs out...

I guess 1gh was not added for now because it "does not implement the latest xpt-protocol"... I was excited when 1gh added stratum... guess I will have to read up on the differences between all these protocols...
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade
Post by: reorder on January 30, 2014, 04:35:37 pm
too many idiotts on the pool, no profit. :o
That's not how it works. We need as many miners as we can get to solve as many blocks as possible. The more miners, the better that chance, it's a proportional payout of the work performed. Sure your payout might be smaller, but you would be getting more of them.
the point is you can only mine here with a (more) profitable gpu in comparison to scrypt
HD6990 - it makes 2540 cpm here  / 940 kH/s with scrypt / o.k. here
R9 290X - it makes 1350 cpm here / 850 kH/s with scypt / not o.k. here

BUT with the fast open-cl-miner my R9 290X makes 2530 cpm - this is o.k., but only at the beeeeeer-pool
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2598.0
hope NaN will implement other pool-support

when you mine at a smaller pool the luck-factor becomes bigger in comparison to mining at a greater pool(s)
Seems like that miner already has ypool support.

Would rather see 1gh supported before ypool to spread the pools out more... I've got to say the layout of the 1gh website is the primary reason I was mining here... it really is well done and informative to what you want to see... beeeeer.org went the "just the minimum" route for I'm assuming efficiency but man sometimes you just claw your eyeballs out...

I guess 1gh was not added for now because it "does not implement the latest xpt-protocol"... I was excited when 1gh added stratum... guess I will have to read up on the differences between all these protocols...
Well, the pool does support xpt protocol: jhProtominer and xptMiner work with it just fine. We do not support the 'developer fee' part, but there are workarounds: beer pool does not have it at all.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: earntodie on January 31, 2014, 12:33:53 pm
8 hours + since we've found a block. Is this unusual? Have we lost miners to another pool?
Pool need more CPU and GPU power!  :D
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: lnxsrt on January 31, 2014, 05:53:45 pm
The new 1.4 miner is acting strange on Linux. Old version worked fine for days and days. The new one will sometimes go a day, sometimes just a few hours. It ends up looking like this...

Total CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 646.06 HPM 189.66 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 770 CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 645.51 HPM 189.50 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)

Seems like a bug of some sort.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on January 31, 2014, 06:05:54 pm
The new 1.4 miner is acting strange on Linux. Old version worked fine for days and days. The new one will sometimes go a day, sometimes just a few hours. It ends up looking like this...

Total CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 646.06 HPM 189.66 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 770 CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 645.51 HPM 189.50 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)

Seems like a bug of some sort.
Looks like a hanged connection. I will put a watchdog in the next version.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: AceCobra1 on February 03, 2014, 08:41:29 pm
Any ideas why the find rate has been so poor the last few days ?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 03, 2014, 08:49:40 pm
Any ideas why the find rate has been so poor the last few days ?
I might say, it matches the pool hashrate almost precisely: for the last 6 days (Jan 29 to Feb 3), the estimate is 13.4 blocks / day and the total number of found blocks is 79.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: AceCobra1 on February 03, 2014, 08:56:16 pm
But 3 days ago, I think I got almost 4 PTS with my 7k CPM... Today only 2.7 :O  :'( :'(
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 03, 2014, 09:09:06 pm
But 3 days ago, I think I got almost 4 PTS with my 7k CPM... Today only 2.7 :O  :'( :'(
On Jan 31 (pool time) the pool got some luck and found 18 blocks, today only 14. At numbers this low the variance is high..
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: c.figgis on February 04, 2014, 05:23:05 am
The new 1.4 miner is acting strange on Linux. Old version worked fine for days and days. The new one will sometimes go a day, sometimes just a few hours. It ends up looking like this...

Total CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 646.06 HPM 189.66 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 770 CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 645.51 HPM 189.50 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)

Seems like a bug of some sort.
Looks like a hanged connection. I will put a watchdog in the next version.

Any ETA for this?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 04, 2014, 07:04:18 am
The new 1.4 miner is acting strange on Linux. Old version worked fine for days and days. The new one will sometimes go a day, sometimes just a few hours. It ends up looking like this...

Total CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 646.06 HPM 189.66 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 770 CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 645.51 HPM 189.50 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)

Seems like a bug of some sort.
Looks like a hanged connection. I will put a watchdog in the next version.

Any ETA for this?
Actually I have thought the workflow through carefully and I don't think anymore that TCP connection may ever stall. It was probably a hanged card instead. Do you also experience the issue?

Regarding ETA for new version, I am trying to implement a major optimisation coalescing memory accesses, but it is brainhurting and time-consuming to debug. Probably it will take 5-6 days more.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: c.figgis on February 04, 2014, 07:06:48 pm
The new 1.4 miner is acting strange on Linux. Old version worked fine for days and days. The new one will sometimes go a day, sometimes just a few hours. It ends up looking like this...

Total CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 646.06 HPM 189.66 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 770 CPM (15m) 0.00 HPM (15m) 0.00 | CPM 645.51 HPM 189.50 | A/R 2118/3 (70600.00% rej)

Seems like a bug of some sort.
Looks like a hanged connection. I will put a watchdog in the next version.

Any ETA for this?
Actually I have thought the workflow through carefully and I don't think anymore that TCP connection may ever stall. It was probably a hanged card instead. Do you also experience the issue?

Regarding ETA for new version, I am trying to implement a major optimisation coalescing memory accesses, but it is brainhurting and time-consuming to debug. Probably it will take 5-6 days more.

Here's the problem I'm seeing:

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Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.73 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 935.19 HPM 274.02 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 889.87 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 888.01 HPM 262.20 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 948.00 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.83 HPM 274.00 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 856.27 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 852.51 HPM 249.16 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3633.87 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3612.54 HPM 1059.39 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.40 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 934.34 HPM 274.01 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 890.13 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 887.75 HPM 262.21 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 946.80 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.22 HPM 273.99 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 855.20 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 852.49 HPM 249.15 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3630.53 HPM (15m) 1060.33 | CPM 3610.80 HPM 1059.37 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.47 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 934.47 HPM 274.02 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 891.60 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 888.38 HPM 262.22 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 944.93 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.34 HPM 274.00 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 857.60 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.14 HPM 249.17 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3633.60 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3612.34 HPM 1059.41 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 941.73 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.49 HPM 274.01 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 889.47 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 888.08 HPM 262.21 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 945.73 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.21 HPM 273.99 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 858.80 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.70 HPM 249.16 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3635.73 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3613.48 HPM 1059.36 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 942.13 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 935.45 HPM 274.02 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 889.20 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 887.49 HPM 262.22 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 945.47 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.08 HPM 274.00 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 859.73 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.92 HPM 249.17 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3636.53 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3612.93 HPM 1059.40 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.93 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 935.03 HPM 274.03 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 889.33 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 887.24 HPM 262.20 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 945.07 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.07 HPM 274.00 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 862.13 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 854.26 HPM 249.17 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3635.47 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3612.60 HPM 1059.40 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.80 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.03 HPM 274.01 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 890.93 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 887.61 HPM 262.21 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 947.07 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.36 HPM 273.99 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 861.07 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.64 HPM 249.16 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3637.87 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3612.64 HPM 1059.38 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.07 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 934.70 HPM 274.02 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 888.80 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 887.69 HPM 262.22 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 946.53 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.48 HPM 274.00 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 862.93 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 854.31 HPM 249.17 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3637.33 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3613.18 HPM 1059.42 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.13 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 934.50 HPM 274.01 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 891.87 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 888.43 HPM 262.21 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 945.20 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.31 HPM 273.99 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 863.33 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 854.23 HPM 249.17 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3638.53 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3613.47 HPM 1059.38 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 937.87 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 934.17 HPM 274.02 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 892.27 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 888.18 HPM 262.22 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.93 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.93 HPM 274.00 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 863.07 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.79 HPM 249.16 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3634.13 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3612.07 HPM 1059.40 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 935.60 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 934.18 HPM 274.03 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 890.67 HPM (15m) 262.53 | CPM 887.81 HPM 262.22 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 941.60 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.22 HPM 273.99 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 861.73 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.51 HPM 249.17 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3629.60 HPM (15m) 1060.53 | CPM 3611.71 HPM 1059.42 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.67 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 935.03 HPM 274.02 | A/R 271/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 893.73 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 888.09 HPM 262.21 | A/R 232/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.27 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.97 HPM 274.00 | A/R 249/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 864.40 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.64 HPM 249.17 | A/R 243/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3637.07 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3612.73 HPM 1059.39 | A/R 995/939 (100.00% rej)
Tue Feb  4 13:54:57 2014 Share accepted
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Total CPM (15m) 3640.40 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3613.54 HPM 1059.39 | A/R 1030/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.87 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 935.84 HPM 274.02 | A/R 279/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 897.73 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 888.56 HPM 262.21 | A/R 245/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.67 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.88 HPM 274.00 | A/R 256/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 863.33 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.63 HPM 249.17 | A/R 250/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3639.60 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3613.90 HPM 1059.41 | A/R 1030/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 942.40 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.35 HPM 274.01 | A/R 279/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 900.13 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 889.19 HPM 262.22 | A/R 245/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.27 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.99 HPM 273.99 | A/R 256/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 861.87 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.48 HPM 249.16 | A/R 250/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3644.67 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3615.01 HPM 1059.39 | A/R 1030/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 943.20 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 936.58 HPM 274.02 | A/R 279/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 899.73 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 889.22 HPM 262.21 | A/R 245/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.80 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.79 HPM 274.00 | A/R 256/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 865.07 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 854.08 HPM 249.17 | A/R 250/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3646.80 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3615.67 HPM 1059.41 | A/R 1030/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 941.33 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.54 HPM 274.01 | A/R 279/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 902.00 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 889.52 HPM 262.22 | A/R 245/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.47 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.14 HPM 273.99 | A/R 256/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 860.93 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 852.98 HPM 249.17 | A/R 250/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3643.73 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3615.19 HPM 1059.39 | A/R 1030/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.87 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.57 HPM 274.02 | A/R 279/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 903.07 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 889.90 HPM 262.21 | A/R 245/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.40 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.65 HPM 274.00 | A/R 256/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 860.27 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 852.80 HPM 249.16 | A/R 250/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3643.60 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3615.92 HPM 1059.39 | A/R 1030/939 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 942.93 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 936.99 HPM 274.03 | A/R 279/239 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 904.27 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 890.13 HPM 262.21 | A/R 245/222 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.73 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.25 HPM 274.01 | A/R 256/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 862.13 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 853.43 HPM 249.17 | A/R 250/213 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3649.07 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3616.80 HPM 1059.42 | A/R 1030/939 (100.00% rej)
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Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:04 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 13:57:05 2014 Share accepted
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 941.60 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.36 HPM 274.02 | A/R 287/280 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 903.47 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 890.31 HPM 262.22 | A/R 253/265 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 934.67 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.59 HPM 274.00 | A/R 269/291 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 858.53 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 852.63 HPM 249.17 | A/R 259/252 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3638.27 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3614.88 HPM 1059.40 | A/R 1068/1088 (0.00% rej)
Tue Feb  4 13:57:06 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 13:57:06 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 13:57:07 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 13:57:07 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 13:57:10 2014 Share accepted


Total CPM (15m) 3648.40 HPM (15m) 1060.33 | CPM 3619.25 HPM 1059.40 | A/R 1139/1088 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 937.87 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 936.21 HPM 274.03 | A/R 306/280 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 910.00 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 893.23 HPM 262.22 | A/R 275/265 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 945.73 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 938.39 HPM 274.01 | A/R 286/291 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 859.33 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 852.26 HPM 249.17 | A/R 272/252 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3652.93 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3620.09 HPM 1059.42 | A/R 1139/1088 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 935.47 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 935.77 HPM 274.03 | A/R 306/280 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 909.47 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 893.17 HPM 262.22 | A/R 275/265 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 945.20 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 938.31 HPM 274.00 | A/R 286/291 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 860.40 HPM (15m) 249.47 | CPM 852.20 HPM 249.18 | A/R 272/252 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3650.53 HPM (15m) 1060.53 | CPM 3619.45 HPM 1059.44 | A/R 1139/1088 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 935.20 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.70 HPM 274.02 | A/R 306/280 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 906.93 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 892.86 HPM 262.21 | A/R 275/265 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 945.47 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 938.47 HPM 274.01 | A/R 286/291 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 857.73 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 851.61 HPM 249.17 | A/R 272/252 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3645.33 HPM (15m) 1060.40 | CPM 3618.64 HPM 1059.42 | A/R 1139/1088 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 933.87 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 935.41 HPM 274.03 | A/R 306/280 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 907.07 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 892.83 HPM 262.22 | A/R 275/265 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 944.80 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 938.46 HPM 274.01 | A/R 286/291 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 853.73 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 851.66 HPM 249.17 | A/R 272/252 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3639.47 HPM (15m) 1060.53 | CPM 3618.37 HPM 1059.43 | A/R 1139/1088 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 933.73 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.24 HPM 274.02 | A/R 306/280 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 909.07 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 892.28 HPM 262.23 | A/R 275/265 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 943.20 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 937.98 HPM 274.00 | A/R 286/291 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 853.33 HPM (15m) 249.47 | CPM 851.86 HPM 249.18 | A/R 272/252 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3639.33 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3617.36 HPM 1059.43 | A/R 1139/1088 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 934.13 HPM (15m) 274.33 | CPM 935.62 HPM 274.03 | A/R 306/280 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 911.87 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 892.82 HPM 262.22 | A/R 275/265 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 942.93 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 938.18 HPM 274.01 | A/R 286/291 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 847.73 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 851.73 HPM 249.17 | A/R 272/252 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3636.67 HPM (15m) 1060.47 | CPM 3618.35 HPM 1059.43 | A/R 1139/1088 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 934.67 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 935.52 HPM 274.02 | A/R 306/280 (100.00% rej)
Tue Feb  4 14:02:56 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 915.47 HPM (15m) 264.20 | CPM 894.02 HPM 262.68 | A/R 275/265 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 952.00 HPM (15m) 276.13 | CPM 940.58 HPM 274.49 | A/R 286/291 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 857.07 HPM (15m) 251.13 | CPM 853.39 HPM 249.62 | A/R 272/253 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3659.20 HPM (15m) 1065.73 | CPM 3623.50 HPM 1060.81 | A/R 1139/1089 (100.00% rej)

Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Tue Feb  4 14:04:07 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.07 HPM (15m) 276.13 | CPM 923.03 HPM 270.27 | A/R 306/300 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 916.40 HPM (15m) 264.20 | CPM 880.27 HPM 258.62 | A/R 275/288 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 956.00 HPM (15m) 276.13 | CPM 927.32 HPM 270.25 | A/R 286/310 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 852.93 HPM (15m) 251.07 | CPM 839.45 HPM 245.76 | A/R 272/266 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3664.40 HPM (15m) 1067.53 | CPM 3570.07 HPM 1044.89 | A/R 1139/1164 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.53 HPM (15m) 276.13 | CPM 923.08 HPM 270.29 | A/R 306/300 (100.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 916.27 HPM (15m) 264.20 | CPM 880.57 HPM 258.64 | A/R 275/288 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 958.53 HPM (15m) 276.13 | CPM 927.76 HPM 270.27 | A/R 286/310 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 852.00 HPM (15m) 251.07 | CPM 839.39 HPM 245.76 | A/R 272/266 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3665.33 HPM (15m) 1067.53 | CPM 3570.79 HPM 1044.97 | A/R 1139/1164 (0.00% rej)

Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 04, 2014, 09:12:38 pm
@c.figgis
'unknown-work' is in fact a stale share, this may happen sometimes. But your A/R stats do not look good of course. Is you internet connection stable? Do you also get reconnect messages?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: c.figgis on February 05, 2014, 01:34:23 am
@c.figgis
'unknown-work' is in fact a stale share, this may happen sometimes. But your A/R stats do not look good of course. Is you internet connection stable? Do you also get reconnect messages?

I have changed from wifi to ethernet. ISP is 50mbit/10mbit and tends to have very low latency and negligible packet loss. Still having the same issue where the performance data is the only thing printed for a long time then a burst of accepted and rejected shares.

Is there any way I can specify the connection string to use multiple ports like yam miner does? I notice that on each startup it selects a different port.

...
Tue Feb  4 20:29:44 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 20:29:46 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 20:29:46 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 20:29:47 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 20:29:48 2014 Share accepted
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 928.94 HPM 273.84 | A/R 171/55 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 879.33 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 883.63 HPM 262.10 | A/R 154/76 (200.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 929.07 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 928.61 HPM 273.88 | A/R 160/61 (200.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 846.53 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 847.63 HPM 249.00 | A/R 145/58 (200.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 3593.73 HPM (15m) 1060.33 | CPM 3588.79 HPM 1058.81 | A/R 630/250 (200.00% rej)
Tue Feb  4 20:29:51 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 20:29:51 2014 Share accepted
Tue Feb  4 20:29:52 2014 Share accepted
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: VanHammer on February 05, 2014, 06:46:30 am
If I point different rigs for GPU mining of PTS, do I need to add some parameters (i.e. miner ID) in batch file or pool will add shares from all of them automatically?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 05, 2014, 09:53:36 am
@c.figgis
'unknown-work' is in fact a stale share, this may happen sometimes. But your A/R stats do not look good of course. Is you internet connection stable? Do you also get reconnect messages?

I have changed from wifi to ethernet. ISP is 50mbit/10mbit and tends to have very low latency and negligible packet loss. Still having the same issue where the performance data is the only thing printed for a long time then a burst of accepted and rejected shares.

Is there any way I can specify the connection string to use multiple ports like yam miner does? I notice that on each startup it selects a different port.


Do you by any chance mine on all CPU cores on this machine too?

The miner starts with a random port selected from 4 available and rotates them if there are disconnects. Have you perhaps noticed that some port works better than others?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 05, 2014, 09:58:34 am
If I point different rigs for GPU mining of PTS, do I need to add some parameters (i.e. miner ID) in batch file or pool will add shares from all of them automatically?
The pool adds up all shares submitted for the same PTS address, you do not have to use different miner IDs.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: c.figgis on February 05, 2014, 01:39:26 pm
@c.figgis
'unknown-work' is in fact a stale share, this may happen sometimes. But your A/R stats do not look good of course. Is you internet connection stable? Do you also get reconnect messages?

I have changed from wifi to ethernet. ISP is 50mbit/10mbit and tends to have very low latency and negligible packet loss. Still having the same issue where the performance data is the only thing printed for a long time then a burst of accepted and rejected shares.

Is there any way I can specify the connection string to use multiple ports like yam miner does? I notice that on each startup it selects a different port.


Do you by any chance mine on all CPU cores on this machine too?

The miner starts with a random port selected from 4 available and rotates them if there are disconnects. Have you perhaps noticed that some port works better than others?

No, the only thing running on the machine is this miner. I've tried with all cores and with the CPU in single-core mode. No changes.

It doesn't seem like any port is better than another. I haven't ever seen any reconnect messages.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 05, 2014, 01:46:27 pm
@c.figgis
'unknown-work' is in fact a stale share, this may happen sometimes. But your A/R stats do not look good of course. Is you internet connection stable? Do you also get reconnect messages?

I have changed from wifi to ethernet. ISP is 50mbit/10mbit and tends to have very low latency and negligible packet loss. Still having the same issue where the performance data is the only thing printed for a long time then a burst of accepted and rejected shares.

Is there any way I can specify the connection string to use multiple ports like yam miner does? I notice that on each startup it selects a different port.


Do you by any chance mine on all CPU cores on this machine too?

The miner starts with a random port selected from 4 available and rotates them if there are disconnects. Have you perhaps noticed that some port works better than others?

No, the only thing running on the machine is this miner. I've tried with all cores and with the CPU in single-core mode. No changes.

It doesn't seem like any port is better than another. I haven't ever seen any reconnect messages.
Would you please try running one miner instance per card (appending 0-0, 0-1 etc parameter to miner commandline)? I am 80% sure the problem is in the network, but maybe I am missing something.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: c.figgis on February 05, 2014, 01:59:28 pm
@c.figgis
'unknown-work' is in fact a stale share, this may happen sometimes. But your A/R stats do not look good of course. Is you internet connection stable? Do you also get reconnect messages?

I have changed from wifi to ethernet. ISP is 50mbit/10mbit and tends to have very low latency and negligible packet loss. Still having the same issue where the performance data is the only thing printed for a long time then a burst of accepted and rejected shares.

Is there any way I can specify the connection string to use multiple ports like yam miner does? I notice that on each startup it selects a different port.


Do you by any chance mine on all CPU cores on this machine too?

The miner starts with a random port selected from 4 available and rotates them if there are disconnects. Have you perhaps noticed that some port works better than others?

No, the only thing running on the machine is this miner. I've tried with all cores and with the CPU in single-core mode. No changes.

It doesn't seem like any port is better than another. I haven't ever seen any reconnect messages.
Would you please try running one miner instance per card (appending 0-0, 0-1 etc parameter to miner commandline)? I am 80% sure the problem is in the network, but maybe I am missing something.

Ok, I'll post results after it runs for a while.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: c.figgis on February 05, 2014, 02:28:39 pm
--- 8.8.8.8 ping statistics ---
26 packets transmitted, 26 received, 0% packet loss, time 25034ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 12.439/15.805/28.294/4.218 ms

Total CPM (15m) 847.60 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 851.79 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 848.40 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 852.70 HPM 249.10 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 848.40 HPM (15m) 249.40 | CPM 852.70 HPM 249.10 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 851.73 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.16 HPM 249.08 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 851.73 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.16 HPM 249.08 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 849.73 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.27 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 849.73 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.27 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 848.40 HPM (15m) 249.27 | CPM 854.19 HPM 249.05 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 848.40 HPM (15m) 249.27 | CPM 854.19 HPM 249.05 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 848.40 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.65 HPM 249.08 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 848.40 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.65 HPM 249.08 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 850.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.12 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 850.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.12 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 850.53 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.03 HPM 249.06 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 850.53 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.03 HPM 249.06 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 850.40 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 856.28 HPM 249.09 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 850.40 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 856.28 HPM 249.09 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 852.67 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.74 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 852.67 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.74 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 849.20 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.52 HPM 249.10 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 849.20 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.52 HPM 249.10 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 850.13 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.53 HPM 249.09 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 850.13 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.53 HPM 249.09 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 850.40 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.20 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 850.40 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 854.20 HPM 249.07 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 845.07 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 852.02 HPM 249.10 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 845.07 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 852.02 HPM 249.10 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 849.20 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.39 HPM 249.09 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 849.20 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.39 HPM 249.09 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 848.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.08 HPM 249.08 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 848.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.08 HPM 249.08 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 852.40 HPM (15m) 249.27 | CPM 854.00 HPM 249.06 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 852.40 HPM (15m) 249.27 | CPM 854.00 HPM 249.06 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 851.60 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.93 HPM 249.09 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 851.60 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.93 HPM 249.09 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 853.33 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.06 HPM 249.08 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 853.33 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.06 HPM 249.08 | A/R 9/0 (0.00% rej)
Wed Feb  5 09:21:39 2014 Share accepted
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Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 853.07 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.96 HPM 249.10 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 853.07 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 853.96 HPM 249.10 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 856.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.77 HPM 249.09 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 856.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 855.77 HPM 249.09 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 858.93 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 857.01 HPM 249.08 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 858.93 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 857.01 HPM 249.08 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 862.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 857.99 HPM 249.10 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 862.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 857.99 HPM 249.10 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 858.80 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 857.21 HPM 249.09 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 858.80 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 857.21 HPM 249.09 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 862.67 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 858.85 HPM 249.08 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 862.67 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 858.85 HPM 249.08 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 863.87 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 859.19 HPM 249.11 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 863.87 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 859.19 HPM 249.11 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 861.60 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 858.63 HPM 249.09 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 861.60 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 858.63 HPM 249.09 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 862.27 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 859.63 HPM 249.08 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 862.27 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 859.63 HPM 249.08 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 866.67 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 861.26 HPM 249.11 | A/R 18/0 (0.00% rej)


Total CPM (15m) 940.13 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 949.50 HPM 273.82 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 936.93 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 948.10 HPM 273.84 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 936.93 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 948.10 HPM 273.84 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.80 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 948.27 HPM 273.82 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 938.80 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 948.27 HPM 273.82 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.73 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 947.64 HPM 273.83 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 939.73 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 947.64 HPM 273.83 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.00 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 947.09 HPM 273.82 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 940.00 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 947.09 HPM 273.82 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.13 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 946.91 HPM 273.83 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 940.13 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 946.91 HPM 273.83 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 937.73 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 946.74 HPM 273.82 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 937.73 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 946.74 HPM 273.82 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 932.67 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 946.07 HPM 273.83 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 932.67 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 946.07 HPM 273.83 | A/R 28/0 (0.00% rej)
Wed Feb  5 09:25:01 2014 Share accepted
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Wed Feb  5 09:25:01 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 931.20 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 944.22 HPM 273.81 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 931.20 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 944.22 HPM 273.81 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 928.13 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 943.03 HPM 273.83 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 928.13 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 943.03 HPM 273.83 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 929.33 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 942.83 HPM 273.81 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 929.33 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 942.83 HPM 273.81 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 928.27 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 942.69 HPM 273.83 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 928.27 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 942.69 HPM 273.83 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 928.00 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 942.36 HPM 273.81 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 928.00 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 942.36 HPM 273.81 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 928.80 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 943.24 HPM 273.83 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 928.80 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 943.24 HPM 273.83 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 925.20 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 942.64 HPM 273.85 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 925.20 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 942.64 HPM 273.85 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 926.13 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 942.45 HPM 273.83 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 926.13 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 942.45 HPM 273.83 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 924.27 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 941.99 HPM 273.84 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)
Wed Feb  5 09:27:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
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Total CPM (15m) 924.27 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 941.99 HPM 273.84 | A/R 33/1 (3300.00% rej)



Total CPM (15m) 871.66 HPM (15m) 262.30 | CPM 870.95 HPM 262.08 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 871.17 HPM (15m) 262.33 | CPM 870.46 HPM 262.12 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 871.17 HPM (15m) 262.33 | CPM 870.46 HPM 262.12 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 875.43 HPM (15m) 262.29 | CPM 874.72 HPM 262.07 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 875.43 HPM (15m) 262.29 | CPM 874.72 HPM 262.07 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 874.72 HPM (15m) 262.32 | CPM 874.01 HPM 262.11 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 874.72 HPM (15m) 262.32 | CPM 874.01 HPM 262.11 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 873.88 HPM (15m) 262.35 | CPM 873.17 HPM 262.14 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 873.88 HPM (15m) 262.35 | CPM 873.17 HPM 262.14 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 872.15 HPM (15m) 262.31 | CPM 871.44 HPM 262.09 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 872.15 HPM (15m) 262.31 | CPM 871.44 HPM 262.09 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 873.96 HPM (15m) 262.34 | CPM 873.25 HPM 262.13 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 873.96 HPM (15m) 262.34 | CPM 873.25 HPM 262.13 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 873.48 HPM (15m) 262.37 | CPM 872.77 HPM 262.16 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 873.48 HPM (15m) 262.37 | CPM 872.77 HPM 262.16 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 872.87 HPM (15m) 262.33 | CPM 872.16 HPM 262.11 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 872.87 HPM (15m) 262.33 | CPM 872.16 HPM 262.11 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 874.00 HPM (15m) 262.36 | CPM 873.29 HPM 262.14 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 874.00 HPM (15m) 262.36 | CPM 873.29 HPM 262.14 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 874.81 HPM (15m) 262.32 | CPM 874.10 HPM 262.10 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 874.81 HPM (15m) 262.32 | CPM 874.10 HPM 262.10 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 875.03 HPM (15m) 262.34 | CPM 874.32 HPM 262.13 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 875.03 HPM (15m) 262.34 | CPM 874.32 HPM 262.13 | A/R 7/0 (0.00% rej)
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
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Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
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Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Wed Feb  5 09:11:07 2014 Share accepted
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 878.37 HPM (15m) 262.37 | CPM 877.66 HPM 262.16 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 878.37 HPM (15m) 262.37 | CPM 877.66 HPM 262.16 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 878.13 HPM (15m) 262.33 | CPM 877.42 HPM 262.12 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 878.13 HPM (15m) 262.33 | CPM 877.42 HPM 262.12 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 879.33 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 877.19 HPM 262.15 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 879.33 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 877.19 HPM 262.15 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 880.80 HPM (15m) 262.40 | CPM 876.70 HPM 262.11 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 880.80 HPM (15m) 262.40 | CPM 876.70 HPM 262.11 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-2 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 878.93 HPM (15m) 262.47 | CPM 876.75 HPM 262.14 | A/R 21/0 (0.00% rej)



Total CPM (15m) 941.73 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 941.39 HPM 273.80 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 942.40 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 941.76 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 942.40 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 941.76 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.00 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.52 HPM 273.80 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 938.00 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.52 HPM 273.80 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 933.73 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 939.58 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 933.73 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 939.58 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 934.67 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 939.48 HPM 273.79 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 934.67 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 939.48 HPM 273.79 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 936.93 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 939.78 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 936.93 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 939.78 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.13 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.95 HPM 273.79 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 938.13 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.95 HPM 273.79 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.53 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 941.30 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 938.53 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 941.30 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.53 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 941.25 HPM 273.79 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 940.53 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 941.25 HPM 273.79 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 939.60 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.22 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 939.60 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.22 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 943.07 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 940.89 HPM 273.83 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 943.07 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 940.89 HPM 273.83 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 941.73 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.91 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 941.73 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.91 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.27 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 939.97 HPM 273.83 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 938.27 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 939.97 HPM 273.83 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 941.47 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.82 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 941.47 HPM (15m) 274.07 | CPM 940.82 HPM 273.81 | A/R 21/6 (300.00% rej)
Wed Feb  5 09:28:16 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
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Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 935.47 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 938.95 HPM 273.82 | A/R 21/21 (100.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 935.47 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 938.95 HPM 273.82 | A/R 21/21 (100.00% rej)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: c.figgis on February 05, 2014, 07:15:46 pm
Performance has never looked worse than with the separate processes running. Output after several more hours is below. Any suggestions?

I have other computers, including miners (other than pts-mine) using this same connection and they don't have trouble.

Total CPM (15m) 858.13 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.40 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1985 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 858.40 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.39 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1985 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 858.40 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.39 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1985 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 860.27 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.42 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1985 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 860.27 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.42 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1985 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 860.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.43 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1985 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 860.00 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.43 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1985 (0.00% rej)
Wed Feb  5 14:09:20 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
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Wed Feb  5 14:09:20 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:20 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 859.73 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.40 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 859.73 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.40 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 857.47 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.42 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 857.47 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.42 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 858.67 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.54 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 858.67 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.54 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 855.20 HPM (15m) 249.27 | CPM 848.44 HPM 249.13 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 855.20 HPM (15m) 249.27 | CPM 848.44 HPM 249.13 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 857.07 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.57 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 857.07 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.57 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 854.13 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.47 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 854.13 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.47 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 853.60 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.34 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 853.60 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.34 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 851.73 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.23 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 851.73 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.23 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 852.27 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.23 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 852.27 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.23 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 853.33 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.28 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 853.33 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.28 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 854.80 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.30 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 854.80 HPM (15m) 249.33 | CPM 848.30 HPM 249.14 | A/R 43/1996 (0.00% rej)


Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 931.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.67 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 931.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.67 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 934.93 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.78 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 934.93 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.78 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 935.47 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 934.73 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 935.47 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 934.73 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 932.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.71 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 932.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.71 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 932.00 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 934.68 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 932.00 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 934.68 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 932.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.64 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 932.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.64 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 933.07 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.58 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 933.07 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.58 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 933.47 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.63 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 933.47 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.63 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 933.60 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.65 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 933.60 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.65 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1448 (0.00% rej)
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:11:18 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 929.07 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.52 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 929.07 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.52 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 926.27 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.44 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 926.27 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.44 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 925.07 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 934.45 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 925.07 HPM (15m) 274.27 | CPM 934.45 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 926.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.43 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 926.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.43 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 926.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.40 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 926.80 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.40 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-1 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 927.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.37 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 927.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 934.37 HPM 273.96 | A/R 33/1461 (0.00% rej)


Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Wed Feb  5 14:09:06 2014 Share rejected: 20 unknown-work
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 943.60 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 937.04 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 943.60 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 937.04 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 944.40 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 937.06 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 944.40 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 937.06 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 942.67 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 937.08 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 942.67 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 937.08 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.53 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 937.05 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 940.53 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 937.05 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 937.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.98 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 937.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.98 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 937.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.94 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 937.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.94 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 938.93 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.99 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 938.93 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.99 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 935.47 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.88 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 935.47 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.88 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 937.07 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.87 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 937.07 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.87 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 937.33 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 936.89 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 937.33 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 936.89 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.93 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.95 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 940.93 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.95 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 942.53 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 936.91 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 942.53 HPM (15m) 274.13 | CPM 936.91 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 943.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.96 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 943.20 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.96 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 941.87 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 937.01 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 941.87 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 937.01 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.93 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 937.00 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 940.93 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 937.00 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Worker 0-3 GeForce GTX 570 CPM (15m) 940.13 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.94 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 940.13 HPM (15m) 274.20 | CPM 936.94 HPM 273.94 | A/R 21/1143 (0.00% rej)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: c.figgis on February 06, 2014, 10:15:26 pm
I'm retrying with the previous version of your miner to see if results are any different...

Thu Feb  6 17:13:23 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 834.311265 hpm 244.008117 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 64/2/4 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:28 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 922.454734 hpm 267.474611 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 44/1/8 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:28 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 889.683421 hpm 256.815832 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 55/3/9 -> RPC result: Timeout
Thu Feb  6 17:13:30 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 922.035249 hpm 267.525309 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 45/1/8 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:31 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 832.292076 hpm 244.006899 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 65/2/4 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:31 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 890.670408 hpm 267.451940 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 74/1/7 -> RPC result: Timeout
Thu Feb  6 17:13:32 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 889.603100 hpm 256.732864 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 56/3/9 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:32 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 831.753856 hpm 244.005724 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 66/2/4 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:32 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 889.824595 hpm 256.814472 queue in/out 7/0 A/R/T 56/3/10 -> RPC result: Timeout
Thu Feb  6 17:13:36 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 923.469047 hpm 267.526342 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 46/1/8 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:36 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 889.782044 hpm 267.417976 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 75/1/7 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:38 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 890.622239 hpm 267.355719 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 76/1/7 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:40 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 891.270618 hpm 267.420054 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 76/2/7 -> RPC result: Rejected prevhash-stale
Thu Feb  6 17:13:41 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 833.609559 hpm 244.008502 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 66/3/4 -> RPC result: Rejected prevhash-stale
Thu Feb  6 17:13:44 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 892.204059 hpm 267.417410 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 77/2/7 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:45 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 892.719695 hpm 267.418687 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 77/3/7 -> RPC result: Rejected prevhash-stale
Thu Feb  6 17:13:47 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 893.952582 hpm 267.420621 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 78/3/7 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:47 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 832.535802 hpm 244.008118 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 66/4/4 -> RPC result: Rejected prevhash-stale
Thu Feb  6 17:13:49 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 895.921878 hpm 267.418529 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 79/3/7 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:52 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 833.217288 hpm 244.010029 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 67/4/4 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:53 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 833.798017 hpm 244.010762 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 68/4/4 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:55 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 885.684865 hpm 256.785795 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 57/3/10 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:56 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 834.255217 hpm 244.007450 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 69/4/4 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:13:58 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 918.457846 hpm 267.525301 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 47/1/8 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:01 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 835.734416 hpm 244.009142 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 70/4/4 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:03 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 885.675123 hpm 256.737113 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 58/3/10 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:03 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 837.380050 hpm 244.009684 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 71/4/4 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:04 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 918.709780 hpm 267.556669 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 47/1/9 -> RPC result: Timeout
Thu Feb  6 17:14:04 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 918.480585 hpm 267.454059 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 48/1/9 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:07 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 919.929002 hpm 267.526622 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 49/1/9 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:07 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 894.016027 hpm 267.421870 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 80/3/7 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:08 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 895.561700 hpm 267.410252 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 81/3/7 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:10 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 919.754389 hpm 267.527343 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 50/1/9 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 17:14:10 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 919.771845 hpm 267.497070 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 51/1/9 -> RPC result: Accepted

after a few more hours:

Thu Feb  6 19:59:01 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 894.652162 hpm 262.417561 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1548/45/104 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:02 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 812.628557 hpm 239.667727 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1357/56/130 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:02 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 812.649449 hpm 239.667851 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1358/56/130 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:02 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 890.121213 hpm 262.655591 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1430/48/113 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:03 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 862.458276 hpm 252.249788 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1474/43/107 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:03 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 862.500383 hpm 252.251720 queue in/out 7/0 A/R/T 1474/43/108 -> RPC result: Timeout
Thu Feb  6 19:59:10 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 812.768713 hpm 239.671370 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1359/56/130 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:13 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 812.758132 hpm 239.672889 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1360/56/130 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:14 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 894.474452 hpm 262.426854 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1548/45/105 -> RPC result: Timeout
Thu Feb  6 19:59:17 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 812.839043 hpm 239.674758 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1361/56/130 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:17 2014 Worker 0-1 cpm 894.503373 hpm 262.426602 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1549/45/105 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:17 2014 Worker 0-0 cpm 812.829811 hpm 239.674642 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1362/56/130 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:17 2014 Worker 0-2 cpm 862.581970 hpm 252.256509 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1475/43/108 -> RPC result: Accepted
Thu Feb  6 19:59:17 2014 Worker 0-3 cpm 890.132438 hpm 262.663488 queue in/out 8/0 A/R/T 1431/48/113 -> RPC result: Accepted

It seems that the old miner is doing better than the new one but still a very high rate of loss.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: dongboy on February 07, 2014, 07:39:50 pm
After the network is disconnected, the connection software after repeated failures belch fart. Mining is no longer connected to the network. Toss a few days and finally found the problem. Quickly fix this bug it.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: dongboy on February 07, 2014, 07:48:04 pm
Replacing multiple ports, all the connection fails, no further connections. Until 0 cmp
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Brekyrself on February 08, 2014, 04:33:33 am
Replacing multiple ports, all the connection fails, no further connections. Until 0 cmp

Their news feed talks of a DDoS attack on one of their other pools, probably affecting all their pools.  Appears the miners will not reconnect automatically and I have to close/reopen for proper hashing.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: jcdmp on February 08, 2014, 02:47:49 pm
Hi

Im using a Nvidia 480GTX and getting CPM: 841 and also getting <84000.00 % rej>

are this ok?

Just added my wallet adress to bat file...nothing else!

pts-miner.exe PcFQgS8wEqaZTif14a2vLGkAkHbCv1EmwK

Just checking if im doing it  the right way!

thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on February 08, 2014, 10:07:02 pm
From the @1ghcom twitter feed it mentioned some ISP maintenance around 3hrs ago, is that still ongoing? I'm getting a ton of connect failures with rigs running Yam. ??? The pts-1gh linux GPU client seems to be ok.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 08, 2014, 10:10:31 pm
From the @1ghcom twitter feed it mentioned some ISP maintenance around 3hrs ago, is that still ongoing? I'm getting a ton of connect failures with rigs running Yam. ??? The pts-1gh linux GPU client seems to be ok.
No, we are back up and running. I also do not see many reconnects on XPT ports right now, do you still experience this problem?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on February 08, 2014, 10:14:35 pm
From the @1ghcom twitter feed it mentioned some ISP maintenance around 3hrs ago, is that still ongoing? I'm getting a ton of connect failures with rigs running Yam. ??? The pts-1gh linux GPU client seems to be ok.
No, we are back up and running. I also do not see many reconnects on XPT ports right now, do you still experience this problem?
Unfortunately yes, this is from various rigs, and on various networks.
Code: [Select]
Error: Unable to connect target [pts.1gh.com:18121], error [system:10060, A connection attempt failed because the connected p
arty did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to r
espond]
Info: Reconnect to [pts.1gh.com:18122] in 27 seconds
PTS Agg. CPM: 387.1; Rnds C/I: 0/0, Don. C/I: 8420/143; Cfg/Thr CPM: 394.5/35.934 2741 rnds AV=5, ART=6187
  pts.1gh.com: Failure, Shares Submitted 0, Accepted 0
Error: Timeout connecting target [pts.1gh.com:18122]
Info: Reconnect to [pts.1gh.com:18123] in 28 seconds
PTS Agg. CPM: 387.1; Rnds C/I: 0/0, Don. C/I: 8420/143; Cfg/Thr CPM: 394.5/35.934 2741 rnds AV=5, ART=6187
  pts.1gh.com: Failure, Shares Submitted 0, Accepted 0
PTS Agg. CPM: 387.2; Rnds C/I: 0/0, Don. C/I: 8422/143; Cfg/Thr CPM: 394.6/35.937 2743 rnds AV=5, ART=6187
  pts.1gh.com: Failure, Shares Submitted 0, Accepted 0
PTS Agg. CPM: 387.0; Rnds C/I: 0/0, Don. C/I: 8439/143; Cfg/Thr CPM: 394.0/35.894 2760 rnds AV=5, ART=6186
  pts.1gh.com: Failure, Shares Submitted 0, Accepted 0
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on February 09, 2014, 04:47:12 am
Anyone else running Yam? Are you having issues connecting?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 09, 2014, 09:01:17 am
Anyone else running Yam? Are you having issues connecting?
I see you have 'pts.1gh.com' in yam config, the right hostname is 'ptspool.1gh.com'. They used to be colocated, but now they are not, due to the recent DDoS.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on February 09, 2014, 04:25:26 pm
Anyone else running Yam? Are you having issues connecting?
I see you have 'pts.1gh.com' in yam config, the right hostname is 'ptspool.1gh.com'. They used to be colocated, but now they are not, due to the recent DDoS.
Sorry, I missed that change on the main page, everything had been working, dam ddos'ers. There we go. ;D Back online now. Thank you.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: jcdmp on February 09, 2014, 04:28:24 pm
Hi

is itpossible to use another miner?

like cudaminer


thanks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 09, 2014, 04:34:18 pm
Hi

is itpossible to use another miner?

like cudaminer


thanks
Hi!

The miner from this thread should work, unless they block the pool specifically: https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=2183.0

However, we have not tried it yet.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: jcdmp on February 09, 2014, 04:47:52 pm
can you help me setting it up?

im using this command!

PtsGPUz0.4.exe -o ptspool.1gh.com:13333 -u PcFQgS8wEqaZTif14a2vLGkAkHbCv1EmwK -p x
pause

thanks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 09, 2014, 04:50:12 pm
can you help me setting it up?

im using this command!

PtsGPUz0.4.exe -o ptspool.1gh.com:13333 -u PcFQgS8wEqaZTif14a2vLGkAkHbCv1EmwK -p x
pause

thanks
Please change the 13333 port to 18120, otherwise looks good
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: jcdmp on February 09, 2014, 05:00:48 pm
thanks mate

working fine now
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: old_pioner on February 09, 2014, 08:11:18 pm
Lol _PtsGPUz0.4 - 5% fee, and he is not fast, cudaminer better but did not work here, maybe have not kernel for pts.
Quote
This code is based on the pooler cpuminer 2.3.2 release and inherits
its command line interface and options.

  -a, --algo=ALGO       specify the algorithm to use (default is scrypt)
                          scrypt       scrypt Salsa20/8(1024, 1, 1), PBKDF2(SHA2)
                          scrypt:N     scrypt Salsa20/8(N, 1, 1), PBKDF2(SHA2)
                          scrypt-jane  scrypt Chacha20/8(N, 1, 1), PBKDF2(Keccak)
                          scrypt-jane:Coin
                                       Coin must be one of the supported coins.
                          scrypt-jane:Nfactor
                                       scrypt-chacha20/8(2*2^Nfactor, 1, 1)
                          scrypt-jane:StartTime,Nfmin,Nfmax
                                       like above nFactor derived from Unix time.
                          sha256d      SHA-256d (don't use this! No GPU acceleration)
                          keccak       Keccak256 as used in MaxCoin
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 09, 2014, 08:13:44 pm
Lol _PtsGPUz0.4 - 5% fee, and he is not fast, cudaminer better but did not work here, maybe have not kernel for pts.
Quote
This code is based on the pooler cpuminer 2.3.2 release and inherits
its command line interface and options.

  -a, --algo=ALGO       specify the algorithm to use (default is scrypt)
                          scrypt       scrypt Salsa20/8(1024, 1, 1), PBKDF2(SHA2)
                          scrypt:N     scrypt Salsa20/8(N, 1, 1), PBKDF2(SHA2)
                          scrypt-jane  scrypt Chacha20/8(N, 1, 1), PBKDF2(Keccak)
                          scrypt-jane:Coin
                                       Coin must be one of the supported coins.
                          scrypt-jane:Nfactor
                                       scrypt-chacha20/8(2*2^Nfactor, 1, 1)
                          scrypt-jane:StartTime,Nfmin,Nfmax
                                       like above nFactor derived from Unix time.
                          sha256d      SHA-256d (don't use this! No GPU acceleration)
                          keccak       Keccak256 as used in MaxCoin
Does it really has that fee on 1gh? ;) Because this is the part of protocol we decided to ignore, does not feel fair.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: yvg1900 on February 10, 2014, 02:39:20 am
Updated M7m version of yam miner available. It includes major performance improvement for PTS CPU mining - up to 2x speed in some configs.

yam M7m has improved performance on all CPU architectures. Most performance improvement made for Haswell (AVX2) CPUs.
New version has new algo variants for 512 and 1024 Mb mem setups. Make sure that you performed finetuning after upgrade to get most of your mach.
yam M7m does not support 2048M per thread for PTS mining. Maximum is 1024M per thread on all OSes. Please update your configs.

Downloads are at usual locations, as well as MD5 checsums and diginal signature files.

yvg1900
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: ivan on February 10, 2014, 10:11:47 am
Can anyone help me?
No CUDA device found.
Using 0 thread for Nvidia GPU.
Amd APP SDK not installed.
what happen like that?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: thebo on February 10, 2014, 10:27:57 am
Hello Im new and I want mining PTS. I dont understand the meaning of wallet address. I understand that is where payments are made. But refers to a wallet of btc-e.com or bter.com?
Thanks.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 10, 2014, 10:36:59 am
Hello Im new and I want mining PTS. I dont understand the meaning of wallet address. I understand that is where payments are made. But refers to a wallet of btc-e.com or bter.com?
Thanks.
Well, either. Or any other address controlled by you, for example, of you run the wallet on your PC, you could use it's address.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: trankil on February 10, 2014, 10:40:45 am
i need some help to install gpuminer pts for linux

i have do
 a  tar -zxvf pts on the zip

then when i try ./pts-miner i have an error

Quote
[email protected]:/opt/miners/pts# ./pts-miner
-bash: ./pts-miner: cannot execute binary file

and when i try this mine = xpt2h:// PY3e4ty4PGkMgL3nU2MdkESLU4xyKL1aym:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts


Quote
[email protected]:/opt/miners/pts# mine = xpt2h:// PY3e4ty4PGkMgL3nU2MdkESLU4xyKL1aym:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Usage: /etc/init.d/mine {start|stop|restart|reload|force-reload|status}

thanks for your help
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: old_pioner on February 10, 2014, 10:43:07 am
Does it really has that fee on 1gh? ;) Because this is the part of protocol we decided to ignore, does not feel fair.
Not 1gh get fee. Look dev. readme:
Quote
PtsGPUz v0.4 (2014-01-28):
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.4.exe: 766a4dd7a1babfff176df3855c70caf0
1. Supports to AMD display card added.
2. Fee rate reduced to 5%.
3. SM (Shader Model) 3.5 code generation added for Nvidia card like GeForce GTX 780Ti.
Net performance list for AMD cards:
HD7850, 1024SP, 256bit, 2GB: 470-500 collisions/minute.
HD6670, 480SP, 128bit, 1GB:  100-110 collisions/minute.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 10, 2014, 10:50:44 am
Does it really has that fee on 1gh? ;) Because this is the part of protocol we decided to ignore, does not feel fair.
Not 1gh get fee. Look dev. readme:
Quote
PtsGPUz v0.4 (2014-01-28):
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.4.exe: 766a4dd7a1babfff176df3855c70caf0
1. Supports to AMD display card added.
2. Fee rate reduced to 5%.
3. SM (Shader Model) 3.5 code generation added for Nvidia card like GeForce GTX 780Ti.
Net performance list for AMD cards:
HD7850, 1024SP, 256bit, 2GB: 470-500 collisions/minute.
HD6670, 480SP, 128bit, 1GB:  100-110 collisions/minute.
Yes, the point is, ypool has implemented a 'developer donation' feature in their protocol where it sends a fraction of each share reward to addresses the miner sends in special field. The problem with it is it is done silently, without warning user. So if the miner uses this feature to pay developer, his fee will not be sent by 1gh. But if it openly reconnects with another credentials to mine for developer, it will work of course.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 10, 2014, 11:12:20 am
i need some help to install gpuminer pts for linux

i have do
 a  tar -zxvf pts on the zip

then when i try ./pts-miner i have an error

Quote
[email protected]:/opt/miners/pts# ./pts-miner
-bash: ./pts-miner: cannot execute binary file

and when i try this mine = xpt2h:// PY3e4ty4PGkMgL3nU2MdkESLU4xyKL1aym:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts


Quote
[email protected]:/opt/miners/pts# mine = xpt2h:// PY3e4ty4PGkMgL3nU2MdkESLU4xyKL1aym:[email protected]:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Usage: /etc/init.d/mine {start|stop|restart|reload|force-reload|status}

thanks for your help

'Cannot execure binary file' probably means that you are running 64-bit miner version on 32-bit system, this is not going to work, it is only compatible with 64-bit Ubuntu distros (12.4 and later). The only parameter you need to pass to this miner is your wallet address.

Regarding your second command, it is intended for Yam miner (see above in this thread), it is a CPU miner and there you put it in its config file.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: thebo on February 10, 2014, 11:58:45 am
Ok thanks for the reply.
Another question: For the performance optimization of the mining i read the Mining Hardware Comparison: 1. Radeon HD 6990
2. Radeon R9 280X... But the Radeon HD 6990 is discontinued. Now has appeared Radeon R9 290 X.
Radeon R9 290 X has the same performance than Radeon HD 6990? Are There some other card with such performance?
And as performance goes in cloud mining?
Thanks.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: mmao on February 10, 2014, 11:59:38 am
when I run the unbuntu version on my linux box(both for a centos6 and a fedora18 box), I got the following messages:
Code: [Select]
%./pts-miner
./pts-miner: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

would you please compile the program statically?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 10, 2014, 12:02:16 pm
when I run the unbuntu version on my linux box(both for a centos6 and a fedora18 box), I got the following messages:
Code: [Select]
%./pts-miner
./pts-miner: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

would you please compile the program statically?
Not possible unfortunately, it also has libc dependencies specific to Ubuntu. I could make a fedora build though, when I get some time. Or rather opensource the miner at this point, have to decide yet.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: trankil on February 10, 2014, 12:35:09 pm
i'm using smos linux (BAMT) on linux 32 bit
any chance to have a miner for this?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on February 10, 2014, 03:02:49 pm
Hello Im new and I want mining PTS. I dont understand the meaning of wallet address. I understand that is where payments are made. But refers to a wallet of btc-e.com or bter.com?
Thanks.
You can download the wallet from here:
http://www.protoshares.com/
It's best to have a wallet in your control. Only transfer to the exchanges when you need to sell.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: pooh20240 on February 11, 2014, 04:37:52 am
50112    2014-02-11 03:42:25 (an hour ago)    557 / 221465 ≈ 0.252%    0.03543495    Orphan

What is Orphan???  :-[
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on February 11, 2014, 04:44:40 am
50112    2014-02-11 03:42:25 (an hour ago)    557 / 221465 ≈ 0.252%    0.03543495    Orphan

What is Orphan???  :-[
An orphan block is a block that is not in the currently-longest block chain. It's like there was a tie, and this pool lost.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: guobacoo on February 11, 2014, 07:20:43 am
560ti ~560cpm
660ti ~800cpm
Is this miner based on SM 2.0?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: mmao on February 12, 2014, 02:41:20 pm
when I run the unbuntu version on my linux box(both for a centos6 and a fedora18 box), I got the following messages:
Code: [Select]
%./pts-miner
./pts-miner: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

would you please compile the program statically?
Not possible unfortunately, it also has libc dependencies specific to Ubuntu. I could make a fedora build though, when I get some time. Or rather opensource the miner at this point, have to decide yet.

yvg1900's yam is statically linked, and it works fine on my centos6 box, it should be possible.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 12, 2014, 03:14:59 pm
when I run the unbuntu version on my linux box(both for a centos6 and a fedora18 box), I got the following messages:
Code: [Select]
%./pts-miner
./pts-miner: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

would you please compile the program statically?
Not possible unfortunately, it also has libc dependencies specific to Ubuntu. I could make a fedora build though, when I get some time. Or rather opensource the miner at this point, have to decide yet.

yvg1900's yam is statically linked, and it works fine on my centos6 box, it should be possible.
With python cxfreeze it is not only about the static linking, unfortunately.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: mint chocolate chip on February 12, 2014, 03:57:54 pm
Is it just short term luck or something else that has caused this 48 hour dip in blocks found
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 12, 2014, 04:00:40 pm
Is it just short term luck or something else that has caused this 48 hour dip in blocks found
Just luck, and high variance at hashrate that low.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: trankil on February 12, 2014, 07:52:22 pm
hello
i'm on xbuntu

Quote
sudo aticonfig --lsa
* 0. 01:00.0 AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series
  1. 02:00.0 AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series

* - Default adapter
[email protected]:~/pts-1gh-lin-x64# ./pts-miner PY3e4ty4PGkMgL3nU2MdkESLU4xyKL1aym 0-1
No protocol specified
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/cx_Freeze-4.3.2-py2.7-linux-x86_64.egg/cx_Freeze/initscripts/Console.py", line 27, in <module>
  File "run.py", line 8, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range

any help??

thanks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 12, 2014, 08:10:12 pm
hello
i'm on xbuntu

Quote
sudo aticonfig --lsa
* 0. 01:00.0 AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series
  1. 02:00.0 AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series

* - Default adapter
[email protected]:~/pts-1gh-lin-x64# ./pts-miner PY3e4ty4PGkMgL3nU2MdkESLU4xyKL1aym 0-1
No protocol specified
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/cx_Freeze-4.3.2-py2.7-linux-x86_64.egg/cx_Freeze/initscripts/Console.py", line 27, in <module>
  File "run.py", line 8, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range

any help??

thanks
Perhaps you have other OpenCL SDKs in the system than AMD too? Please try running the miner without parameters and use numbers it prints after 'Worker' to select the device.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Condoras3 on February 16, 2014, 04:21:20 pm
How to adjust the intensity of the gpu miner? I can't use the computer while it is running.
Thx
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 16, 2014, 04:33:08 pm
How to adjust the intensity of the gpu miner? I can't use the while the miner is running.
Thx
Edit: initially I posted about my another miner.
The PTS miner does not have anything like intensity setting, all work is done in a single thread that runs for relatively long and cannot be interrupted.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Condoras3 on February 16, 2014, 04:35:31 pm
I have this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 7, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 16, 2014, 04:36:25 pm
I have this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 7, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range
What commandline do you use to start the miner?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Condoras3 on February 16, 2014, 04:38:04 pm
How to adjust the intensity of the gpu miner? I can't use the while the miner is running.
Thx
Edit: initially I posted about my another miner.
The PTS miner does not have anything like intensity setting, all work is done in a single thread that runs for relatively long and cannot be interrupted.

Is it plan to allow intensity in the future?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Condoras3 on February 16, 2014, 04:39:02 pm
I have this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 7, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range
What commandline do you use to start the miner?

well the miner work, adding -I 10 throw that error
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 16, 2014, 04:40:26 pm
I have this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pts-miner.py", line 7, in <module>
  File "miner.py", line 1747, in miner.run (miner.c:14711)
  File "miner.py", line 1660, in miner.filter_devices (miner.c:13193)
IndexError: list index out of range
What commandline do you use to start the miner?

well the miner work, adding -I 10 throw that error
The miner only understands device numbers on its commandline, like '0-0', '0-1'. The '-I 10' is not going to work, unfortunately (I have edited the message)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: ultrahobolord on February 20, 2014, 07:19:01 am
Its mining at 0.00 cpm on the gpu miner

any ideas why?

edit:

got it working with 1-0,64 but cant seem to get my other gpu running. it only detects my integrated graphics. I have sli turned off so thats not the problem.

(http://i.imgur.com/E8lIOnX.png)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: earntodie on February 20, 2014, 08:36:36 am
Is it just short term luck or something else that has caused this 48 hour dip in blocks found
Just luck, and high variance at hashrate that low.
Yeap, pool is rise  8)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: smokim11 on February 20, 2014, 09:23:17 am
Hey guys, been awhile since I last mined PTS but gave up on all the crapcoins and pointing my miners back to PTS.

Is there any Updated guides on setting up Yam miner on Ubuntu? Went through some pages of this thread but couldn't find anything.

Any help would appreciated.

Thank you.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 20, 2014, 02:11:45 pm
Hey guys, been awhile since I last mined PTS but gave up on all the crapcoins and pointing my miners back to PTS.

Is there any Updated guides on setting up Yam miner on Ubuntu? Went through some pages of this thread but couldn't find anything.

Any help would appreciated.

Thank you.
It does not require much setup actually, just download the build that is right for your CPU. Or is it something specific you do not know how to set up?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: chida on February 21, 2014, 03:01:13 pm
is possible to have a 8080 or 80 or 1521 port for mining?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: ripplexiaoshan on February 22, 2014, 03:04:17 am
I have a AMD R7 250x, the speed is only 50 c/m using version 1.4 miner, whereas for other software, it can reach 300+ c/m. Why is that?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: KhabsCat on February 22, 2014, 07:49:39 am
Does it really has that fee on 1gh? ;) Because this is the part of protocol we decided to ignore, does not feel fair.
Not 1gh get fee. Look dev. readme:
Quote
PtsGPUz v0.4 (2014-01-28):
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.4.exe: 766a4dd7a1babfff176df3855c70caf0
1. Supports to AMD display card added.
2. Fee rate reduced to 5%.
3. SM (Shader Model) 3.5 code generation added for Nvidia card like GeForce GTX 780Ti.
Net performance list for AMD cards:
HD7850, 1024SP, 256bit, 2GB: 470-500 collisions/minute.
HD6670, 480SP, 128bit, 1GB:  100-110 collisions/minute.
Yes, the point is, ypool has implemented a 'developer donation' feature in their protocol where it sends a fraction of each share reward to addresses the miner sends in special field. The problem with it is it is done silently, without warning user. So if the miner uses this feature to pay developer, his fee will not be sent by 1gh. But if it openly reconnects with another credentials to mine for developer, it will work of course.

So is the PtsGPUz miner worth it from a net performance perspective? The cpm always seems higher even with 5 percent taken out vs the miner listed on the 1gh site, but maybe I'm missing something. Thanks.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 22, 2014, 09:43:25 am
Does it really has that fee on 1gh? ;) Because this is the part of protocol we decided to ignore, does not feel fair.
Not 1gh get fee. Look dev. readme:
Quote
PtsGPUz v0.4 (2014-01-28):
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.4.exe: 766a4dd7a1babfff176df3855c70caf0
1. Supports to AMD display card added.
2. Fee rate reduced to 5%.
3. SM (Shader Model) 3.5 code generation added for Nvidia card like GeForce GTX 780Ti.
Net performance list for AMD cards:
HD7850, 1024SP, 256bit, 2GB: 470-500 collisions/minute.
HD6670, 480SP, 128bit, 1GB:  100-110 collisions/minute.
Yes, the point is, ypool has implemented a 'developer donation' feature in their protocol where it sends a fraction of each share reward to addresses the miner sends in special field. The problem with it is it is done silently, without warning user. So if the miner uses this feature to pay developer, his fee will not be sent by 1gh. But if it openly reconnects with another credentials to mine for developer, it will work of course.

So is the PtsGPUz miner worth it from a net performance perspective? The cpm always seems higher even with 5 percent taken out vs the miner listed on the 1gh site, but maybe I'm missing something. Thanks.
Yes, it is worth trying, of course.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: KhabsCat on February 23, 2014, 04:26:01 pm
Will there be any special kind of payout before the 28th? I know the payouts occur per .1 PTS, but it would be nice if there was a one time payout before the 28th.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on February 23, 2014, 05:52:10 pm
Difficulty your evil wench! >:(  shakes fist in the air...
Current difficulty: 0.03622848

Hmmm, pay the electric company? Or just buy AGS? Decisions Decisions... :-\
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 23, 2014, 06:06:54 pm
Will there be any special kind of payout before the 28th? I know the payouts occur per .1 PTS, but it would be nice if there was a one time payout before the 28th.
Yes, we are planning to pay out all account balances above 0.01 PTS on 26th.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Brekyrself on February 25, 2014, 11:38:06 pm
reorder:

Any plans on a faster miner for these last few days?  Some of the other miners are incredibly fast but do not work with 1gh pool.

Thanks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 25, 2014, 11:42:05 pm
reorder:

Any plans on a faster miner for these last few days?  Some of the other miners are incredibly fast but do not work with 1gh pool.

Thanks
Sorry, got no time at all to reimplement this.. And NaN apparently would not move host/port to commandline parameters because we do not support the hidden developer fee feature of the protocol :) However, I will opensource the miner tomorrow so it can possibly be used for noirshares etc.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Brekyrself on February 26, 2014, 01:53:42 am
reorder:

Any plans on a faster miner for these last few days?  Some of the other miners are incredibly fast but do not work with 1gh pool.

Thanks
Sorry, got no time at all to reimplement this.. And NaN apparently would not move host/port to commandline parameters because we do not support the hidden developer fee feature of the protocol :) However, I will opensource the miner tomorrow so it can possibly be used for noirshares etc.

All good, we appreciate all your support in developing the PTS mining scene.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on February 26, 2014, 10:02:57 am
PTS miner source is now online on https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: old_pioner on March 02, 2014, 07:33:14 pm
OK, i did compare 1gh vs gpuz0.4c
Code: [Select]
Sun Mar 02 23:02:02 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:11 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:12 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:13 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:14 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:14 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:15 2014 Share accepted
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 460.00 HPM (15m) 164.67 | CPM 458.96 HPM
 164.30 | A/R 10/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 460.00 HPM (15m) 164.67 | CPM 458.96 HPM 164.30 | A/R 10/0 (0.00
% rej)
Sun Mar 02 23:02:17 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:19 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:23 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:02:27 2014 Share accepted
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 469.71 HPM (15m) 165.14 | CPM 468.81 HPM
 164.82 | A/R 14/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 469.71 HPM (15m) 165.14 | CPM 468.81 HPM 164.82 | A/R 14/0 (0.00
% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 482.00 HPM (15m) 165.50 | CPM 481.19 HPM
 165.22 | A/R 14/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 482.00 HPM (15m) 165.50 | CPM 481.19 HPM 165.22 | A/R 14/0 (0.00
% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 488.89 HPM (15m) 165.78 | CPM 488.15 HPM
 165.53 | A/R 14/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 488.89 HPM (15m) 165.78 | CPM 488.15 HPM 165.53 | A/R 14/0 (0.00
% rej)
Sun Mar 02 23:03:01 2014 Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 493.60 HPM (15m
) 166.00 | CPM 492.93 HPM 165.78 | A/R 14/0 (0.00% rej)
Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:03:41 2014  Total CPM (15m) 493.60 HPM (15m) 166.00 | CPM 492.93 H
PM 165.78 | A/R 14/0 (0.00% rej)Share accepted

Sun Mar 02 23:03:41 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:03:41 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:03:49 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:03:55 2014 Share accepted
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 560.00 HPM (15m) 193.09 | CPM 483.18 HPM
 166.60 | A/R 20/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 560.00 HPM (15m) 193.09 | CPM 483.18 HPM 166.60 | A/R 20/0 (0.00
% rej)
Sun Mar 02 23:03:58 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:04:03 2014 Share accepted
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 558.00 HPM (15m) 191.00 | CPM 487.02 HPM
 166.70 | A/R 22/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 558.00 HPM (15m) 191.00 | CPM 487.02 HPM 166.70 | A/R 22/0 (0.00
% rej)
Sun Mar 02 23:04:14 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:04:26 2014 Share accepted
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 557.54 HPM (15m) 189.54 | CPM 491.42 HPM
 167.06 | A/R 24/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 557.54 HPM (15m) 189.54 | CPM 491.42 HPM 167.06 | A/R 24/0 (0.00
% rej)
Worker 0-0 GeForce GTX 650 Ti CPM (15m) 554.86 HPM (15m) 188.00 | CPM 493.24 HPM
 167.12 | A/R 24/0 (0.00% rej)
Total CPM (15m) 554.86 HPM (15m) 188.00 | CPM 493.24 HPM 167.12 | A/R 24/0 (0.00
% rej)
Sun Mar 02 23:04:44 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:04:50 2014 Share accepted
Sun Mar 02 23:04:54 2014 Share accepted
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New block data - height: 57956 tx count: 28
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
collisions/min: 428.5714 Shares total: 1
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.3000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
collisions/min: 592.0000 Shares total: 6
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
collisions/min: 532.1739 Shares total: 7
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
collisions/min: 592.2581 Shares total: 9
New block data - height: 57956 tx count: 28
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 566.1538 Shares total: 9
collisions/min: 546.3830 Shares total: 9
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 519.2727 Shares total: 9
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 520.0000 Shares total: 9
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 508.7324 Shares total: 9
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.7000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
collisions/min: 505.8228 Shares total: 10
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
collisions/min: 525.5172 Shares total: 11
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
New block data - height: 57956 tx count: 28
collisions/min: 538.1053 Shares total: 11
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
collisions/min: 534.7573 Shares total: 12
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 540.5405 Shares total: 12
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 554.6218 Shares total: 13
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Invalid share
Reason: unknown-work
collisions/min: 553.7008 Shares total: 14
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Invalid share
Reason: unknown-work
collisions/min: 553.7778 Shares total: 15
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 556.3636 Shares total: 15
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Invalid share
Reason: unknown-work
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.7000
New block data - height: 57956 tx count: 28
collisions/min: 0.0000 Shares total: 16
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 648.0000 Shares total: 16
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Invalid share
Reason: unknown-work
collisions/min: 606.6667 Shares total: 17
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
collisions/min: 572.3077 Shares total: 17
Rounds per second for Nvidia GPU 0: 2.8000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 57956)
Invalid share
Reason: unknown-work
collisions/min: 564.7059 Shares total: 18
pts1gh 24 shares per 3 min =8/1min
gpuz0.4c good start (11 shares in first minute) and bad finish, only rejects, total shares 18/3min = 6/1min.
Good joob, Reorder!  :)
Forget, fee 1?% vs 5%
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: LiOoO on March 05, 2014, 09:02:23 am
Why i can't find 32bit GPU miner for Linux? I can't find it for MMC too, and there is no source to compile from?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on March 05, 2014, 09:16:40 am
Why i can't find 32bit GPU miner for Linux? I can't find it for MMC too, and there is no source to compile from?
It is opensource now: https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh
You need python 2.7 with pyopencl module to run it.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: LiOoO on March 05, 2014, 11:04:14 am
Why i can't find 32bit GPU miner for Linux? I can't find it for MMC too, and there is no source to compile from?
It is opensource now: https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh
You need python 2.7 with pyopencl module to run it.

Can't do it.. Im Linux newbie.. :(
There is no chance to get precompiled 32BIT Debian Linux versions of miner for PTS and MMC?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on March 05, 2014, 11:19:02 am
Why i can't find 32bit GPU miner for Linux? I can't find it for MMC too, and there is no source to compile from?
It is opensource now: https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh
You need python 2.7 with pyopencl module to run it.

Can't do it.. Im Linux newbie.. :(
There is no chance to get precompiled 32BIT Debian Linux versions of miner for PTS and MMC?
Well it makes too little a sense, but you can just do this:
Quote
sudo apt-get install git python-pyopencl
git clone https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh
cd pts-1gh
./miner.py
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: LiOoO on March 05, 2014, 12:17:05 pm
Why i can't find 32bit GPU miner for Linux? I can't find it for MMC too, and there is no source to compile from?
It is opensource now: https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh
You need python 2.7 with pyopencl module to run it.

Can't do it.. Im Linux newbie.. :(
There is no chance to get precompiled 32BIT Debian Linux versions of miner for PTS and MMC?
Well it makes too little a sense, but you can just do this:
Quote
sudo apt-get install git python-pyopencl
git clone https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh
cd pts-1gh
./miner.py

ty.. did what u wrote... now i get error..
 File "./miner.py", line 307
    self.coll_counts = {m: collections.deque() for m in miners}
                                                 ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on March 05, 2014, 12:28:47 pm

ty.. did what u wrote... now i get error..
 File "./miner.py", line 307
    self.coll_counts = {m: collections.deque() for m in miners}
                                                 ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
It looks like your python version is older than 2.7. Do you run Debian 6 or older (in wheezy 2.7 is the default)? In this case you could try setting up 2.7 according to this howto: http://www.stylesen.org/python_27_debian_squeeze_60. However, this would also require to resetup pyopencl with pip instead of apt-get.

Even if I make a binary executable, it would still have dependencies on libc (this is how python-to-binary programs work), and it would be tethered to specific distributions then.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: LiOoO on March 05, 2014, 12:35:55 pm

ty.. did what u wrote... now i get error..
 File "./miner.py", line 307
    self.coll_counts = {m: collections.deque() for m in miners}
                                                 ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
It looks like your python version is older than 2.7. Do you run Debian 6 or older (in wheezy 2.7 is the default)? In this case you could try setting up 2.7 according to this howto: http://www.stylesen.org/python_27_debian_squeeze_60. However, this would also require to resetup pyopencl with pip instead of apt-get.

Even if I make a binary executable, it would still have dependencies on libc (this is how python-to-binary programs work), and it would be tethered to specific distributions then.

I run SMOS Linux Mining  V1.3... 32bit
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAb on March 18, 2014, 05:11:30 pm
('authorization failed with %s:%[email protected]%s:%d', ('PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmMMKyTpm',
 'x', 'ptspool.1gh.com', 13335))
Tue Mar 18 18:50:41 2014 Failed to authorize
Tue Mar 18 18:50:41 2014 Stratum connection lost
Tue Mar 18 18:50:42 2014 Starting stratum client to PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmM
MKyTpm:[email protected]:13336
Tue Mar 18 18:50:43 2014 Setting new difficulty: 0.0000000199
('authorization failed with %s:%[email protected]%s:%d', ('PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmMMKyTpm',
 'x', 'ptspool.1gh.com', 13336))
Tue Mar 18 18:50:45 2014 Failed to authorize
Tue Mar 18 18:50:45 2014 Stratum connection lost
Tue Mar 18 18:50:46 2014 Starting stratum client to PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmM
MKyTpm:[email protected]:13333

.bat: pts-miner.exe PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmMMKyTpm

What am I doing wrong?  :(
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on March 18, 2014, 05:18:28 pm
('authorization failed with %s:%[email protected]%s:%d', ('PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmMMKyTpm',
 'x', 'ptspool.1gh.com', 13335))
Tue Mar 18 18:50:41 2014 Failed to authorize
Tue Mar 18 18:50:41 2014 Stratum connection lost
Tue Mar 18 18:50:42 2014 Starting stratum client to PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmM
MKyTpm:[email protected]:13336
Tue Mar 18 18:50:43 2014 Setting new difficulty: 0.0000000199
('authorization failed with %s:%[email protected]%s:%d', ('PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmMMKyTpm',
 'x', 'ptspool.1gh.com', 13336))
Tue Mar 18 18:50:45 2014 Failed to authorize
Tue Mar 18 18:50:45 2014 Stratum connection lost
Tue Mar 18 18:50:46 2014 Starting stratum client to PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmM
MKyTpm:[email protected]:13333

.bat: pts-miner.exe PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAbhmMMKyTpm

What am I doing wrong?  :(

It was rather related to a bug on the pool side. It is now fixed, please try again.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: PYfUnrmLSRcDaV15eBTdiSmAb on March 18, 2014, 06:00:15 pm
It was rather related to a bug on the pool side. It is now fixed, please try again.
Sank's,now working ok.
You know what's profitability from 4600CPM?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Brekyrself on March 19, 2014, 02:23:13 am
It was rather related to a bug on the pool side. It is now fixed, please try again.
Sank's,now working ok.
You know what's profitability from 4600CPM?

Profitability is all over the place with the new difficulty and falling pool hash.  You will be looking at 1-2pts/day.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: emailtooaj on March 19, 2014, 04:21:33 am
Question.... I've been running on ypool, avg about 4500c/min. And getting 1 PTS every 30hrs or so.
Is the other pools a better option, should I switch? Would appreciate any comments! Thanks!


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Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: CryptoN8 on March 19, 2014, 04:29:46 am
Question.... I've been running on ypool, avg about 4500c/min. And getting 1 PTS every 30hrs or so.
Is the other pools a better option, should I switch? Would appreciate any comments! Thanks!


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Try it out for a couple days and see if you like it. I was over there for a while, but have been here longer, like several months now. This pool just feels more transparent, like you can see what is going on. (Payouts, earnings, overall pool stats, hall of fame, etc) Pool OP is very responsive to issues. Just my .002 millabits, YMMV.  8)
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Brekyrself on March 19, 2014, 05:36:29 am
Question.... I've been running on ypool, avg about 4500c/min. And getting 1 PTS every 30hrs or so.
Is the other pools a better option, should I switch? Would appreciate any comments! Thanks!


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YPool will have more frequent payouts since it is finding more blocks.  If we however find a block on this pool we all earn more per block since the hash is much lower.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: emailtooaj on March 19, 2014, 12:10:41 pm
Thanks for the replies! Think I'll give it a whirl and switch over to see if there's any big earnings difference.
Is there a PTS pool network pie chart anywhere?


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Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: mauri22488 on April 02, 2014, 06:39:20 pm
I'm using pts-1gh miner but mi CPM its under 100. I have two R7 260x. Anyone could help me to increase my CPMs? Thanks!!
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: tbear on April 03, 2014, 12:02:37 am
I'll try, but first anyone what am i doing wrong please.

Server: ptspool.1gh.com
Stability: ★★★★★
Protocols: xpt (ports: 18120, 18121, 18122, 18123), stratum (ports: 13333, 13334, 13335, 13336)

Software:
CPU mining
yvg1900 yam miner + starter pack

GPU mining
Ubuntu 64-bit, Windows by reorder
Supports NVIDIA GPU!
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here
pts-miner.exe -l T5x24 -C 2 -i 0 -o stratum://ptspool.1gh.com:13333 -u PYA9vCxs7vBXZpnQf8UPzYMjJckR26GZh6 -p x
with pts-miner
windows 8.1  thanks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on April 03, 2014, 12:06:05 am
I'll try, but first anyone what am i doing wrong please.

Server: ptspool.1gh.com
Stability: ★★★★★
Protocols: xpt (ports: 18120, 18121, 18122, 18123), stratum (ports: 13333, 13334, 13335, 13336)

Software:
CPU mining
yvg1900 yam miner + starter pack

GPU mining
Ubuntu 64-bit, Windows by reorder
Supports NVIDIA GPU!

pts-miner.exe -l T5x24 -C 2 -i 0 -o stratum://ptspool.1gh.com:13333 -u PYA9vCxs7vBXZpnQf8UPzYMjJckR26GZh6 -p x
with pts-miner
windows 8.1  thanks
If pts-miner.exe comes from the pts.1gh.com page, it has only one parameter - your PTS address. Please run it like this:
Code: [Select]
pts-miner.exe PYA9vCxs7vBXZpnQf8UPzYMjJckR26GZh6
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: tbear on April 03, 2014, 12:10:15 am
great thanks
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: tbear on April 03, 2014, 12:13:07 am
no thats not working :'(
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on April 03, 2014, 12:15:51 am
no thats not working :'(
What error message do you get?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: tbear on April 03, 2014, 12:23:03 am
sorry my computer crashed  it opened up then closed right away
and yes with gh1 miner for pts
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: tbear on April 03, 2014, 12:39:41 am
Hey GH1 help me please    >        pts-miner.exe PYA9vCxs7vBXZpnQf8UPzYMjJckR26GZh6    <   not working
Title: interactive mode
Post by: Ignotus on April 03, 2014, 05:19:59 pm
Hello,


Sorry for not going through 33 pages of replys, so if the question is already asked...

Are there plans to make a interactive mode/setting? Because that would be something really nice to have.


Greets,

Ignotus
Title: Re: interactive mode
Post by: reorder on April 03, 2014, 05:24:20 pm
Hello,


Sorry for not going through 33 pages of replys, so if the question is already asked...

Are there plans to make a interactive mode/setting? Because that would something really nice to have.


Greets,

Ignotus
Sorry, there are no plans for that currently. However, you can use AMD/card vendor tools to set fans and clocks, and the miner does not have any settings related to its workflow.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: bitmonster on April 06, 2014, 01:21:34 pm
Hey Reorder

I can't get the linux GPU version of PTS-miner to run on my machine, no problem with the cpu miner...

This is what i get

-rw-r--r-- 1 root root       0 Mar 30 17:03 [email protected]@??
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   96896 Jan 27 20:33 datetime.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   49944 Jan 27 20:33 _json.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   23720 Jan 27 20:33 libOpenCL.so.1
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 3059040 Jan 27 20:33 libpython2.7.so.1.0
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  423260 Jan 27 20:33 miner.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 4949960 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.multiarray.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  642393 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.scalarmath.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1582248 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.umath.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  129354 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.fft.fftpack_lite.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   93316 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.lib._compiled_base.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1644313 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.linalg.lapack_lite.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1248187 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.random.mtrand.so
-rwxr-xr-x 1 user user 3297496 Jan 27 20:45 pts-miner
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 2219452 Jan 27 20:33 pyopencl._cl.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user     176 Jan 27 20:33 README
[email protected]:/opt/miners/pts-1gh-lin-x64# ./pts-miner --help
-bash: ./pts-miner: cannot execute binary file


Can you help me?

Greetings
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: reorder on April 06, 2014, 01:25:34 pm
Hey Reorder

I can't get the linux GPU version of PTS-miner to run on my machine, no problem with the cpu miner...

This is what i get

-rw-r--r-- 1 root root       0 Mar 30 17:03 [email protected]@??
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   96896 Jan 27 20:33 datetime.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   49944 Jan 27 20:33 _json.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   23720 Jan 27 20:33 libOpenCL.so.1
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 3059040 Jan 27 20:33 libpython2.7.so.1.0
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  423260 Jan 27 20:33 miner.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 4949960 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.multiarray.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  642393 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.scalarmath.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1582248 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.umath.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  129354 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.fft.fftpack_lite.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   93316 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.lib._compiled_base.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1644313 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.linalg.lapack_lite.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1248187 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.random.mtrand.so
-rwxr-xr-x 1 user user 3297496 Jan 27 20:45 pts-miner
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 2219452 Jan 27 20:33 pyopencl._cl.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user     176 Jan 27 20:33 README
[email protected]:/opt/miners/pts-1gh-lin-x64# ./pts-miner --help
-bash: ./pts-miner: cannot execute binary file


Can you help me?

Greetings
Probably your system does not have support for 32-bit binaries at all. You can use the python source as is instead (https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh). It requires python 2.7 and pyopencl.
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: Brekyrself on April 07, 2014, 01:18:34 am
Reorder

Any chance for a faster miner or adding support for other miners?

Thanks for your support
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: mauri22488 on April 07, 2014, 09:00:21 pm
I have 2x R7 260x XFX but my CPM is very very lower!!! Just 100 CPM! Could someone help me?
Title: Re: [ANN] PTS.1GH.COM - GPU, CPU mining ★ New version 1.4! Please upgrade ASAP! ★
Post by: bitmonster on April 09, 2014, 06:58:18 pm
Hey Reorder

I can't get the linux GPU version of PTS-miner to run on my machine, no problem with the cpu miner...

This is what i get

-rw-r--r-- 1 root root       0 Mar 30 17:03 [email protected]@??
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   96896 Jan 27 20:33 datetime.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   49944 Jan 27 20:33 _json.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   23720 Jan 27 20:33 libOpenCL.so.1
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 3059040 Jan 27 20:33 libpython2.7.so.1.0
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  423260 Jan 27 20:33 miner.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 4949960 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.multiarray.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  642393 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.scalarmath.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1582248 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.core.umath.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user  129354 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.fft.fftpack_lite.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user   93316 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.lib._compiled_base.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1644313 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.linalg.lapack_lite.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 1248187 Jan 27 20:33 numpy.random.mtrand.so
-rwxr-xr-x 1 user user 3297496 Jan 27 20:45 pts-miner
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 2219452 Jan 27 20:33 pyopencl._cl.so
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user     176 Jan 27 20:33 README
[email protected]:/opt/miners/pts-1gh-lin-x64# ./pts-miner --help
-bash: ./pts-miner: cannot execute binary file


Can you help me?

Greetings
Probably your system does not have support for 32-bit binaries at all. You can use the python source as is instead (https://github.com/reorder/pts-1gh). It requires python 2.7 and pyopencl.

Thanks man, it is working now