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Re: PTS and NRS GPU Miner PtsGPUz v0.5b for Windows(GTX 750Ti~820cpm)
« Reply #256 on: August 19, 2014, 09:28:04 am »
Thanks abc123. Been nice and stable here.


2xR9-280x on Win8x64 is returning about 2500 col/min.

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Re: PTS and NRS GPU Miner PtsGPUz v0.5b for Windows(GTX 750Ti~820cpm)
« Reply #255 on: August 19, 2014, 09:21:22 am »
i can`t download this file "PtsGPUz0.5b", anybody who can send it to my Email: seven.ss@qq.com, THK.
Try this link:
http://uploadingit.com/file/view/8bcwsjba4bzgclix/PtsGPUz0.5b.zip
By the way, the difficulty of BitShares PTS network adjusted down to 0.01030392 from 0.04121569 about 10 hours ago.

Good miner!
Thanks!

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Re: PTS and NRS GPU Miner PtsGPUz v0.5b for Windows(GTX 750Ti~820cpm)
« Reply #254 on: August 18, 2014, 07:54:30 pm »
i can`t download this file "PtsGPUz0.5b", anybody who can send it to my Email: seven.ss@qq.com, THK.
Try this link:
http://uploadingit.com/file/view/8bcwsjba4bzgclix/PtsGPUz0.5b.zip
By the way, the difficulty of BitShares PTS network adjusted down to 0.01030392 from 0.04121569 about 10 hours ago.

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Re: PTS and NRS GPU Miner PtsGPUz v0.5b for Windows(GTX 750Ti~820cpm)
« Reply #253 on: August 12, 2014, 03:38:16 pm »
i can`t download this file "PtsGPUz0.5b", anybody who can send it to my Email: seven.ss@qq.com, THK.

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Re: PTS and NRS GPU Miner PtsGPUz v0.5b for Windows(GTX 750Ti~820cpm)
« Reply #252 on: August 12, 2014, 03:34:01 pm »
i can`t download this file "PtsGPUz0.5b", anybody who can send it to my Email: seven.ss@qq.com, THK.

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Re: PTS and NRS GPU Miner PtsGPUz v0.5b for Windows(GTX 750Ti~820cpm)
« Reply #251 on: May 05, 2014, 01:31:06 pm »
PtsGPUz v0.5b now released.
Main change log:
PtsGPUz v0.5b (2014-05-05):
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.5.exe: 4e74eb3d83a7cbdaeae35a43da5c574d
MD5 of PtsGPUz0.5_x64.exe: 195eff569274c4ac2e923ed5bf2dbc81
1. Performance of NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti increased from 770cpm to 820cpm at default frequence.
2. Performance of NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti increased when using PCI-E 1x.

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you think can i get 3k cpm from 2 xgtx 680?
No. I think the performance should be around 2140 cpm with 2x GTX 680.
whats the real fee of the v0.3c ,%6? and i am getting 2750cpm with 2xgtx680
Yes.
I don't have GTX 680. Thanks for the peroformance information you provided.

i just used my 780 GPU o mine, collisions/min: 1617.1552, and the temperature raise to around 80°,is that normal?
The performance is normal. zvs and lilunxm12 reported the performance of GTX 780 is around 2000 cpm when overclocked.

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i just used my 780 GPU o mine, collisions/min: 1617.1552, and the temperature raise to around 80°,is that normal?

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you think can i get 3k cpm from 2 xgtx 680?
No. I think the performance should be around 2140 cpm with 2x GTX 680.
whats the real fee of the v0.3c ,%6? and i am getting 2750cpm with 2xgtx680

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you think can i get 3k cpm from 2 xgtx 680?
No. I think the performance should be around 2140 cpm with 2x GTX 680.

I just noticed that when running the 0.5 it puts a serious load on the cpu. Using a 1100T, I get all 6 cores at 93%-100% load.
Is there a setting to shift all the work to the gpu's?
EDIT: When running the 3b there is virtually no load on the cpu. I have one core that gets to maybe 25%.
Strange behavior, I don't know what happened currently on your system.
The CPU usage should be less than 1% on average even with GTX 660 and AMD Athlon 64 2650e CPU (15W TDP 65nm CPU).
All heavy work is done on GPU in all versions of PtsGPUz.
Thanks for the information you provided.

I believe it is the risers. When I had 2 cards in the pci-e slots everything was fine. I was even running about 1,000 cpm.

I added 2 more cards and had to use risers and that is when it started. Maybe I have a bios setting to do something to the 1x pci-e slots but I have no idea where to look. Running a Giganyte 890GPA-UD3H.

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you think can i get 3k cpm from 2 xgtx 680?
No. I think the performance should be around 2140 cpm with 2x GTX 680.

I just noticed that when running the 0.5 it puts a serious load on the cpu. Using a 1100T, I get all 6 cores at 93%-100% load.
Is there a setting to shift all the work to the gpu's?
EDIT: When running the 3b there is virtually no load on the cpu. I have one core that gets to maybe 25%.
Strange behavior, I don't know what happened currently on your system.
The CPU usage should be less than 1% on average even with GTX 660 and AMD Athlon 64 2650e CPU (15W TDP 65nm CPU).
All heavy work is done on GPU in all versions of PtsGPUz.
Thanks for the information you provided.

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Something new.

I have 4 750ti's on usb powered risers:http://www.hashratesolutions.com/products/6-pack-pci-e-powered-riser-card-60cm-24-usb-3-0-cable

Before I used these I had 2 in the pci-e slots and was getting about 1,000 cpm now I only get 1,900 cpm or 487 cpm per card. It looks like my cards are running at 1x in the pci-e slots. Could that be the reason for the lower cpm?

When I ran another PTS miner I only lost about 40 cpm per card but it originally only got bee 580-600 cpm per card. I would much rather use this one.
Thanks for the information you provided. You are right, it is because low PCI-E bandwidth when using PCI-E 1x risers.
This is the test result of mine:
(Windows 8 x64, driver 334.89, PCI-E 1.1 x1, Single GTX 750Ti)
PtsGPUz0.5.zip x64: 140cpm;
PtsGPUz0.5.zip x86: 96cpm;
PtsGPUz0.3c ~ PtsGPUz0.4c.zip: 100~110 cpm;
PtsGPUz0.3b.zip: 582cpm.

I am trying to fix this. It is recommended to use PtsGPUz0.3b.zip when using risers with GTX 750Ti currently.

I just noticed that when running the 0.5 it puts a serious load on the cpu. Using a 1100T, I get all 6 cores at 93%-100% load.

Is there a setting to shift all the work to the gpu's?

EDIT: When running the 3b there is virtually no load on the cpu. I have one core that gets to maybe 25%.
« Last Edit: April 10, 2014, 04:51:49 pm by antonio8 »

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i want to use this miner with 3x r290 and 2 x Gtx 680.Do you think they will work together @ windows 7?And what will be their cpm.I am getting 4k+ from 290s at linux with clpts v.0.2.2
Clpts v.0.2.2 may runs much faster than my miner when using AMD R9 290. Please use "-da 10" option with my miner to avoid using of AMD cards, and run clpts v.0.2.2 on AMD R9 290 together with my miner on Nvidia cards to get best performance.

you think can i get 3k cpm from 2 xgtx 680?

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Something new.

I have 4 750ti's on usb powered risers:http://www.hashratesolutions.com/products/6-pack-pci-e-powered-riser-card-60cm-24-usb-3-0-cable

Before I used these I had 2 in the pci-e slots and was getting about 1,000 cpm now I only get 1,900 cpm or 487 cpm per card. It looks like my cards are running at 1x in the pci-e slots. Could that be the reason for the lower cpm?

When I ran another PTS miner I only lost about 40 cpm per card but it originally only got bee 580-600 cpm per card. I would much rather use this one.

Thanks abc for the response
Thanks for the information you provided. You are right, it is because low PCI-E bandwidth when using PCI-E 1x risers.
This is the test result of mine:
(Windows 8 x64, driver 334.89, PCI-E 1.1 x1, Single GTX 750Ti)
PtsGPUz0.5.zip x64: 140cpm;
PtsGPUz0.5.zip x86: 96cpm;
PtsGPUz0.3c ~ PtsGPUz0.4c.zip: 100~110 cpm;
PtsGPUz0.3b.zip: 582cpm.

I am trying to fix this. It is recommended to use PtsGPUz0.3b.zip when using risers with GTX 750Ti currently.

Thanks abc123 for the response.

Will switch to it for the time being.

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i want to use this miner with 3x r290 and 2 x Gtx 680.Do you think they will work together @ windows 7?And what will be their cpm.I am getting 4k+ from 290s at linux with clpts v.0.2.2
Clpts v.0.2.2 may runs much faster than my miner when using AMD R9 290. Please use "-da 10" option with my miner to avoid using of AMD cards, and run clpts v.0.2.2 on AMD R9 290 together with my miner on Nvidia cards to get best performance.