Updated ccMiner 0.5 with Improved Performance for Groestlcoin (GRS)

20 Apr
2014

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The ccMiner software miner for Nvidia GPUs has received an update of the source code adding some improvements for the Groestlcoin (GRS) miners that brings a nice performance increase. We have built a windows binary based on the latest source as it is not available as an official release yet and have tried it to see what is the boost in terms of hashrate you could expect to get. On an Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU we have managed to get from about 7500 KHS to about 9000 KHS with the latest code, so definitely a nice improvement if you are mining GRS.

Do note that the windows binary you can download below is compiled for Computer 3.5 cards, so it might not work on older cards. It is also compiled with Visual Studio 2012, so if you do not have Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012 you will have to download and install it. If you want to compile the miner from the latest source code yourself you can take a look at our guide for compiling CudaMiner as it will work out just fine for compiling ccMiner as well.

To download the latest CCminer 0.5 with improved Groestlcoin support for Windows OS…



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7 Responses to Updated ccMiner 0.5 with Improved Performance for Groestlcoin (GRS)

as

April 20th, 2014 at 21:09

This version cannot work with Geforce 6xx series!

Shaun

April 22nd, 2014 at 01:35

This only works for 750 ti’s and 780’s and above. What I don’t understand is how my 570 (ccminer20) is pulling 5.5 M/h while my 770 (ccminer30) is only pulling 5 M/h.

thejman85

April 22nd, 2014 at 02:24

I actually saw a significant drop in KHS on my 750 Ti from the 0.5 release, from ~3200 KHS to ~2600 KHS. Compiled it myself first and thought maybe I used the wrong settings, pulled the pre-compiled copy and saw the same drop.

Shaun

April 22nd, 2014 at 06:06

Yeah I noticed a drop too. I’m pulling 3.5Mh/each from my Galaxy 750 Ti’s with the core set to 1450mhz. Both running under 55C.

admin

April 22nd, 2014 at 22:12

Have you tried both the 32 bit and the 64-bit versions, the Chrome trick as well to see if there is any difference?

Andrey

April 22nd, 2014 at 22:53

admin, you have GTX 750 ti and you can check it yourself

frazier345

April 23rd, 2014 at 03:23

I can verify with the latest windows build I get 2600 kh/s when I go back to the one from last week and use the ccminer35.exe in the x64 folder I get 3200 kh/s

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