Primecoin gpu miner nvidia controller
Also it wasn't a 10 chain. Primecoin client says it has blocks until confirmation, so it does have some confirms. Will it reject it after the blocks confirmation or do they usually show up as reject before that? It was strange that it mined right as I restarted the client Hmmm, might be an orphan Spotted your user at btctalk: I thought you would have figured that out already, though, I never did come right out with it. I like solo mining, so I'm sticking to that Are you still running this on the free license you got Ivan?
I still need to find 2 blocks before I have earned back my purchase price, but blocks have come well the last 24 hrs. So I am probably still behind if you count what I would have earned mining elsewhere for the last few days.
Hopefully a x improvement will come soon. Put'er back in, you are essentially solo mining XPM with that miner. Yes you are solo mining. I would run the for xpm. The miner is tuned for the When solo mining you have to wait longer for blocks, but the payout is a whole block, which is about 9 xpm.
Did you pay for the license, and how many GPUs did you pay to run? It covers one gpu, you can change it to the x for free, just create a new hardware ID and send it to the developer. I'd reccomend mining with both cards to find blocks, otherwise it'll take much longer with just one Then run it, and run the prime-gpu client. Let it mine for a while, and check the Block counter in the server. I'd reccomend getting a second license for the x and mining like that, otherwise solo mining will be slow.
Ok, the devs are working on a private pool for guys like you. Ask them to renew the license based on the new hardware ID you'll get when you run the x. It's a LOT faster at xpm with this miner. I have more than recovered the cost of the miner, as long as all of my mined blocks mature. I think that profitability will be ok for this, though difficulty is rising. I got 37 xpm after 4 days mining with 2 cards and never even mined for more than 16hs straight.
Just have the primecoin. Wait for a block and that's about it. First time you run it it'll generate a username and pw for the primecoin. I used that one, not sure if necessary though. You can check the balance without closing the miner using "primecoind listtransactions" or "primecoind getbalance" using command prompt.
I think, by memory. Supercomputing, another more well known dev has an nvidia miner already and will release his by the 1st of July. Solo will earn just as much as pool, you just have to make sure it is running right. On solo you will earn a block at a time, which is about 9xpm.
It's worth it though, rewards are much larger than a pool. You have a x no? I'd solo with it. I think you should find about one block per day with a single x, but it will go down as difficulty goes up. Ihavent found one today either. I have 3 x running it. It all averages out when on solo though, you are relying on luck, but luck should even out if you do it long enough.
What is your cpd and time numbers at? Found 2 ch today, one block last night, and four blocks before that in 3 or 4 days. Will probably find one or two in a few hours. Give it time, it might take a few more hours, but if you mine for a week non stop you'll probably get at least blocks. I looked at a calculator the other day, I think it said that Where did i see the calculator for profitability? Total xpm so far: I assume you are holding planning for xpm to go up?
That's pretty decent overall quick math 72x0. Yup, something like that I sold a few coins since I needed money for the rent, but the rest I'm holding, same as my vtc and some doge. You can try cpuusage from 1 to Overclocking my once pitiful i to 3. Yeah, no cpu coins out there Not sure if it is just a luck thing, but I seem to be getting better results with 8 CPU usage instead of 9.
More chains and blocks for today after switching to 8. Might be slightly better, will try and report back. I think I'll mine at blackcoinpool during Sunday though, they will pay some pretty big bonuses and I think BC price still has some upwards momentum.
That is bad luck. Blocks have slowed down for me, probably because of the increasing difficulty. But luck does play into it more when you only have one card running. Trust me, let it run for a week and then make an average. One thing though, post a screenshot of both programs running. I would buy it from you, but my s are in linux rigs. You should leave it running in hopes of hitting a lucky streak. Post up a good screenshot of both mining programs, cpu usage in task manager, and a gpuz shot.
Let us double check your config and performance. Nah, just try to tweak it but make sure it's stable. Core is more important than mem for xpm. You won't get any better There's only one or two good settings, and that looks like the max it can do. Now go mine xpm like that: Your messed up voltage? After getting my cpd average up to around 4. I shutdown and moved it, connected it up to my k monitor, but now performance is lower.
I am wondering if the additional load from running the bigger monitor has reduced my numbers. Everything else is the same, but i am at 4. Might have to do with that I just started looking at this. It seems that I changed my cpuload settings. Eight is much better. Back up to 4. Another miner available for this. This one is open source, but you gotta compile. You should get solo mining soon before you are not able to get anything. A hair under Hehe, there goes mining it in college: I got one block in a day this week I got 3 blocks yesterday and one today.
Seems as profitable as anything else right now, plus potential to go up seems good to me. Reading into this coin, I am more impressed by the developer and his mathematical and programming skills. Seems to have been well thought out. One of the best coins that I have read about. I'm gonna test it on my x pair and see how it goes New version is a big boost for me. I went to 6. I am contemplating moving another rig over to this, but I am unsure if running multiple mining clients cgminer and primegpu at the same time or if primegpu on s and would be worth it.
I pmed the dev. He says perf is close to numbers, but didn't know about numbers. Has anyone seen numbers on other cards? I am on the fence Here is my stats on x's. Has anyone tried 's or lower?
Has anyone tried the nvidia primecoin miner? Looks like it should be good for ti and works on ypool. XPM is in a really slow but sure uptrend btw, I had to sell to get into more short term trades but if you have some decent volume, it's a great opportunity to hold at least hold the mined coins!
I decided to move another rig to this. It is my rig that hs been mining myriad solo. It has ,, and an r9 with a quad core, no ht intel cpu. I will put up some numbers for those other cards later, in case anyone is interested. Also, there are card specific versions of the miner for x, , and now.
I changed over to the version with my x's. It put me at about 7. Should net you a very good profit once you ROI. I wanna mine some more xpm, got a third x but no license for it yet. New HP14 miner for cpu users: Pretty much the same as before IIRC.
I got 5 blocks today, between 2 rigs. Anyone looking to mine this should have it set up before difficulty hits It may not get there or it may take a long time, but when it hits 11 there should be a bunch of blocks really quick.
Primecoin difficulty is not linear -there will be a higher block frequency from Not sure if I should bother though Worst case scenario, you can check your cpd against the calculator here http: I think it is as good as any other coin, as long as you hit blocks reasonably close to the estimated.
I seem to get more blocks than estimated, but lower on 10 chains. I don't know why. Another update to the miner is available. I purchased licenses to run a 2nd computer with 4 mixed cards 5 days ago. It has more than paid for the upfront cost and has been getting 2 - 3 blocks per day.
Dev is making very good improvements in mining hashrate. He is making improvements and releasing updates every few days, it seems like. Yeah, it's really nice I gotta find a way to run my 3 x cards at once. So what are the cpd now anyway? I haven't checked for better gpu clock and I haven't tuned cpu or ram yet either. There are updated files at the download website. Download and see what you get. Oc gpu core to If the free miner needs cat Try installing 4 or 5 cards and then start installing cat Then shutdown, plug the extra 1 or two cards and boot.
Go to device manager and find the hardware device with a question mark your extra gpus , right click and install them using the driver inf inside the folder where the amd catalyst extracted its contents. Should be able to recognize at least 5 or 6 cards depending on the Os win 7 5, win 8 6. Well 2 cards run a bit slower than one: D Seems like xpm is the most profitable coin for high end amd cards atm I will look and see if I can figure out the pool and client tonight.
If anyone else gets it going, let me know and I will join in and try it out. I am not going to have time for this tonight, for some reason my wife has plans for me all of this weekend. Did anyone here get a server set up for this? I don't even have an os that will work. I will mess with it a bit.
I think a trustworthy pool would be awesome He has integrated madmax's improvements for a doubling of cpd, as long as they are calculated in a similar way. I will try it out overnight.
I am at 21cpd with 3x x. I am trying to compile and figure out the pool, but I don't have time to finish tonight, maybe tomorrow. I am still working on getting the pool running.
There are a ton of deps required, that I am still installing. I will post if I get it figured out. If you are interested in extremal's pool, pm him and he will send it to you.
Info in this thread: If you can make one, I'll donate a day of xpm to you, and pay a fee of your choosing. You're using madmax's miner right? I am working on it, maybe i used the wrong version of ubuntu or something. I have been installing dependencies all morning. Will let you know if I figure it out. I now have 2 xs on primecoin right now getting about 6. Anyone have a rough idea of x power or should I just leave them on something else?
At what level would it be best to switch to solo? I run my xs on Extremals pool with madmax's miner. My Other rig with mixed gpus- , x2, run clymore's solo. Madmax's was much lower cpd on the mixed GPU rig, but close on the xs. On claymores solo I get 6. Right now I only have 9 active connections to the network, how many are you guys running? I googled for some nodes and added those and a seednode but that's all I've connected to so far. I'm lucky to get 8 connection on any wallet on a good day.
Pretty sure that you can mine to a wallet on your LAN. From what I'm seeing here, I'm guessing Primecoin is doing better than Myriad.
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I was the first person to show that GPU mining Litecoins i. I've made my own GPU miners for many coins, including Bitcoin, Litecoin and Yacoin, although not all of them have been released to the public. The Primecoin GPU miner will be free and open-source. I am also a university math student, and I have made my own implementation of the Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm used by Bitcoin and all its forks to make transactions.