Author Topic: PTS and NRS GPU Miner PtsGPUz v0.5b for Windows(GTX 750Ti~820cpm)  (Read 103130 times)

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Offline abc123

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My tesla m2090 is only getting about 600 CPM on both 0.3c and 0.3b. Do you think that the code could be more optimized to use a tesla or is this what I can expect from this card?
In my opinion, the performance that can be archived for GTX 580 or Tesla m2090 should be at least ~1100cpm, but it isn't. I don't know why...

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My tesla m2090 is only getting about 600 CPM on both 0.3c and 0.3b. Do you think that the code could be more optimized to use a tesla or is this what I can expect from this card?

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SP = 1664
Memory bus = 384 bit
Memory Frequency = 3700 mhz
Shaders = 512
Clock = 1301 mhz
memory size = 4GB

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Any interest in releasing a linux version?

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GTX 690   very low

PTS GPU Miner PtsGPUz v0.3c 2014-01-17 by z.
Modified from jhProtominer (v0.1e yPool.net).
Fee rate 6%.
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Launching miner...
Using 2 threads
CUDA device 0 memory bus width: 256 bits.
CUDA device 0 memory free: 1618 MB, total: 2048 MB.
CUDA device 1 memory bus width: 256 bits.
CUDA device 1 memory free: 551 MB, total: 2048 MB.
Connected to server using x.pushthrough(xpt) protocol
xpt: Logged in with xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
New block data - height: 43923 tx count: 0
collisions/min: 210.0000 Shares total: 0
Rounds per second for GPU 1: 0.8000
Rounds per second for GPU 0: 0.9000
collisions/min: 240.0000 Shares total: 0
Rounds per second for GPU 0: 1.0000
Rounds per second for GPU 1: 1.1000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 43923)
collisions/min: 270.0000 Shares total: 1
Share found! (BlockHeight: 43923)
Rounds per second for GPU 0: 1.1000
Rounds per second for GPU 1: 1.0000
collisions/min: 266.2500 Shares total: 2
Rounds per second for GPU 0: 1.1000
Rounds per second for GPU 1: 0.9000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 43923)
collisions/min: 303.0000 Shares total: 3
Share found! (BlockHeight: 43923)
Share found! (BlockHeight: 43923)
collisions/min: 332.5000 Shares total: 5
Rounds per second for GPU 0: 1.5000
Rounds per second for GPU 1: 0.9000
Share found! (BlockHeight: 43923)
collisions/min: 353.5714 Shares total: 6
Rounds per second for GPU 0: 1.0000
Rounds per second for GPU 1: 1.0000

Offline jly77

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thank you so much for the optimization.

Offline ntgyswc

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I tested the lastest 0.3c version . The GTX660(960 CUDA CORE) rising from 720cpm to 800cpm,another rig with GTX480 runs as same as before.

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PtsGPUz v0.3c now released.
Main change log:
PtsGPUz v0.3c (2014-01-21):
1. Performance increased about 15% for card like GTX 660 Ti.
2. PtsGPUz0.3c.exe is protected from being analyzed by tools.
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.3c.exe: 729750e43eafa77e43c5cb2e034b7109
Net performance list:
GeForce GTX 660 Ti, 1344SP, 192bit, 1.5GB:  880 collisions/minute;
GeForce GTX 660 OEM, 1152SP, 192bit, 1.5GB, double cards:  1610 collisions/minute, 290 Watt whole machine;
GeForce GTX 560 OEM, 384SP, 320bit, 2.5GB, double cards: 1450 collisions/minute, 300 Watt whole machine.
GeForce GTX 480, 480SP, 384bit, 1.5GB: 1030 collisions/minute, 290 Watt whole machine.

Nvidia GTX 760 went from 925 to 1050 CPM. Thanks!
« Last Edit: January 20, 2014, 10:22:14 pm by oddworld »

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Re: PTS CUDA GPU Miner PtsGPUz Windows binary version v0.3b (GTX 480 ~1030cpm)
« Reply #129 on: January 20, 2014, 08:32:17 pm »
On my 680 CMP is lower than on normal version...

strange, my results:

I was using my GTX 780 on my gaming machine, w/ top of the line RAM, mobo, CPU, etc... w/o even overclocking it, it would get ~9.2 rounds per second...  when I moved it to one of my old miner machines (though it isn't too bad, it's on a 680i SLI mobo, dual core e6850.. possibly the 2GB RAM?) it was only getting about 8 rounds per second

I guess that could be some of the difference

btw, would an 8800gtx be worth digging out of a storage shed for this?  or would it be something like 200-300 or less?
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My GTX 560 gives 533 collisions / min  >:(

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PtsGPUz0.3c - ESET NoD 7.0 found Win32/Packed.NoobyProtect.G
Yes, software protection tool used in this version.  It is safe.

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PtsGPUz0.3c - ESET NoD 7.0 found Win32/Packed.NoobyProtect.G

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Why not 5%? 5% looks very nice  ;D

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680 gtx vram +500 (effective 7GHz the same like stock 770) GPU clock at 1202 MHz. Started mined minute ago and now have around 1350. AMAZING JOB MAN! Fee still 6%?
Yes, still 6%.

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680 gtx vram +500 (effective 7GHz the same like stock 770) GPU clock at 1202 MHz. Started mined minute ago and now have around 1325. AMAZING JOB MAN! Fee still 6%?
« Last Edit: January 20, 2014, 07:05:51 pm by Gwynbleidd »

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PtsGPUz v0.3c now released.
Main change log:
PtsGPUz v0.3c (2014-01-21):
1. Performance increased about 15% for card like GTX 660 Ti.
2. PtsGPUz0.3c.exe is protected from being analyzed by tools.
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.3c.exe: 729750e43eafa77e43c5cb2e034b7109
Net performance list:
GeForce GTX 660 Ti, 1344SP, 192bit, 1.5GB:  880 collisions/minute;
GeForce GTX 660 OEM, 1152SP, 192bit, 1.5GB, double cards:  1610 collisions/minute, 290 Watt whole machine;
GeForce GTX 560 OEM, 384SP, 320bit, 2.5GB, double cards: 1450 collisions/minute, 300 Watt whole machine.
GeForce GTX 480, 480SP, 384bit, 1.5GB: 1030 collisions/minute, 290 Watt whole machine.