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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - The Awesomest Pool + GPU!
« Reply #330 on: January 17, 2014, 03:59:02 pm »
Thank you very much yvg1900 for releasing this publicly. I am getting a 3x increase and that is fantastic. I've got a question though. As I run your miner, my hashes will start at a certain number and then climb continuously until my system becomes unstable and my graphics cards drop out and I need to restart the computer. My CPU temps start out low and climb and climb as well.

My setup is a 4820k, overclocked to 4.5G Ivy Bridge. I'm running 5 threads atm after starting with 7 then crashing, and then 6 followed by eventual crashing. It appears as if 5 threads is going to do this as well as my hashes climb. I started at about 9.6 and now it's well above 9.9. My temps started in the high EDIT:60's (Not 70's) (c) and are now beginning to pass 80c.

Any idea what would cause this?

Sorry if anyone's asked this before, but I didn't see it mentioned anywhere in the thread.

EDIT: I found out that it's just maxing out the cooling capabilities of my heatsink. Looks like I'll have to get rid of the overclock or go to water cooling to feel comfortable running this at more than 4 threads, I've got a fairly capable heatsink on there. 5 threads is right on the limit - my fan is maxed out and the cpu rests at about 82-83c. Anything more than that it just gets too hot and leads to instability. It is interesting to see that I gain ~10% more hashes by pushing the cpu into higher temperatures.
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - The Awesomest Pool + GPU!
« Reply #331 on: January 17, 2014, 06:04:35 pm »
yam miner is really stressing CPU and memory when maxed out. It is causing many OCed systems to overheat more than while running IntelButrTest in top aggressive mode.

If you are running Linux or Windows with HugePages, it is adjusting memory (DTLB) layout to better fit mem access patterns of MMC, so HPM will climb, but temperatures will climb as well.

Can you check the memory usage of the miner? It shall be mem leak-free, but who knows - maybe I overlooked something.

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - The Awesomest Pool + GPU!
« Reply #332 on: January 17, 2014, 06:40:18 pm »
My CPU cooler isn't that great but I underclocked my I2500K to 75% and disabled turbo. The voltage is about 1.1V.
Note: My CPU Sizzles over 75C.
Now I'm grabbing 5.8H/m @ 2.5GHz (x25), av=1. **CORRECTION av=3 (40% more)
 
MMC2miner was running at 1.6H/m @ 3.3GHz.
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - The Awesomest Pool + GPU!
« Reply #333 on: January 17, 2014, 06:50:37 pm »
I am working on more different AVs for MMC now, so probably it will be possible to get better balance then...

But as said, CPU really squeezed out by av=1, as well as by av=3.
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - The Awesomest Pool + GPU!
« Reply #334 on: January 17, 2014, 08:26:42 pm »
Any specific reason you disabled hyper-threading on that cpu ? You are losing out on some freebee hpm by disabling it.

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - The Awesomest Pool + GPU!
« Reply #335 on: January 17, 2014, 11:23:16 pm »
Any specific reason you disabled hyper-threading on that cpu ? You are losing out on some freebee hpm by disabling it.

The i5-2500k doesn't really support HT.

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« Reply #336 on: January 18, 2014, 01:23:10 am »
Any specific reason you disabled hyper-threading on that cpu ? You are losing out on some freebee hpm by disabling it.

The i5-2500k doesn't really support HT.

Doh, didnt read the I5 part, thats what happens when you speed read important details haha.

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« Reply #337 on: January 19, 2014, 12:38:12 am »
Block reward: 216.66 MMC  :'(
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - Win64 / OSX64 - The Awesomest Pool + GPU!
« Reply #338 on: January 19, 2014, 12:49:45 am »
Block reward: 216.66 MMC  :'(
Maybe it's good effect on the rates.
MMC: MEKdGj95hNjuYn8xiw4iz1iQUQGA47UBMB | BTC: 1agran1xQ4Nwiqv1qegBDF6kqZdfESMUG

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - GPU,CPU(yam) - The Awesomest Pool!
« Reply #339 on: January 19, 2014, 09:45:18 am »

Yvg, good work guy as always!
It works for me but it allocate 1Gb memory per thread so in my scenario (24 thread, 12gb) I can only start 8 thread option and gives me less performace that the 24 threads old miner version.
Is there any chance to set 3 threads work on the same 1gb memory blocks?
I think I can get an huge performance increase if it is possible.
Thanks anyway for awesome work!

I had the same problem...disable Ht, av=2 and 11 threads ;)

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - GPU,CPU(yam) - The Awesomest Pool!
« Reply #340 on: January 19, 2014, 10:40:05 am »

Yvg, good work guy as always!
It works for me but it allocate 1Gb memory per thread so in my scenario (24 thread, 12gb) I can only start 8 thread option and gives me less performace that the 24 threads old miner version.
Is there any chance to set 3 threads work on the same 1gb memory blocks?
I think I can get an huge performance increase if it is possible.
Thanks anyway for awesome work!

I had the same problem...disable Ht, av=2 and 11 threads ;)

Windows os?  How many hpm?

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - GPU,CPU(yam) - The Awesomest Pool!
« Reply #341 on: January 19, 2014, 12:03:02 pm »


Yvg, good work guy as always!
It works for me but it allocate 1Gb memory per thread so in my scenario (24 thread, 12gb) I can only start 8 thread option and gives me less performace that the 24 threads old miner version.
Is there any chance to set 3 threads work on the same 1gb memory blocks?
I think I can get an huge performance increase if it is possible.
Thanks anyway for awesome work!

I had the same problem...disable Ht, av=2 and 11 threads ;)

Windows os?  How many hpm?

I'm using win8 pro with a dual xeon 5670 with 12gb of ram, i'm getting 14,6 hpm

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - GPU,CPU(yam) - The Awesomest Pool!
« Reply #342 on: January 19, 2014, 12:50:38 pm »
So there seems to be something really stuffed with share percentages that doesnt add up at all.

I notice the same on 1gh.com

Right now I am at a minimum sending 33% of mmcpool.com submitted shares for each block but each block payout is no more than 12% shares for me.

This is really messed up, I compared the top 50 displayed hashrates. Wether that is correct or incorrect shouldn't matter since I am comparing all the displayed hashrates along with my displayed hashrate on mmcpool.com

I am assuming everyone is showing these same low percentage shares per block which makes me wonder where is the additional percentages ie. For my own stats I am losing out on 20-23% of shares each block.

Something isn't right, there is effectively 20-23% of MMC taken from each block according to these details and the pool fee is suppose to be 3.5%

Please explain this.

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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - GPU,CPU(yam) - The Awesomest Pool!
« Reply #343 on: January 19, 2014, 01:07:13 pm »
Right now I am at a minimum sending 33% of mmcpool.com submitted shares for each block but each block payout is no more than 12% shares for me.
What? For 33% your hashrate should be at least 7000-8000.

What is your wallet address?
« Last Edit: January 19, 2014, 01:09:36 pm by glitchboy »
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Re: [ANN] MMCPool.com - GPU,CPU(yam) - The Awesomest Pool!
« Reply #344 on: January 19, 2014, 01:25:13 pm »
Right now I am at a minimum sending 33% of mmcpool.com submitted shares for each block but each block payout is no more than 12% shares for me.
What? For 33% your hashrate should be at least 7000-8000.

What is your wallet address?

Right now sending much less to mmcpool but here is my wallet address : MN1poSsTRKf4kgJ5UxyJfsYbyBqEg3zdrH

Have a look, something seems terribly wrong with the percentage per block.