Updated ccMiner 1.6-git fork by tpruvot with ZiftrCOIN Support

28 Mar
2015

ccminer-1-6-git-zr5-tpruvot

We have compiled a new windows binary for the ccMiner 1.6-git fork by tpruvot (source) that now has support for ZiftrCOIN (ZRC) GPU mining with support for Compute 3.0 or later Nvidia-based video. Our windows binary is compiled with VS2013 and CUDA 6.5 and supports Compute 3.0, 3.5, 5.0 and 5.2 GPUs, you can download and try it below, there is an example BAT file setup for testing hashrate at the Suprnova ZR5 pool. Depending on the GPU you are using you may try to increase the intensity of the ccMiner to get some extra performance, try with 25-26 instead of the default 20. We are getting up to about 3000 KHS on GeForce GTX 980. The GPU mining availability for ZiftrCOIN is going to make CPU mining the coin pointless, especially since it is now possible for both AMD and Nvidia GPUs, so you might want to switch to something else if you have idle CPU power for mining crypto currencies.

To download the latest ccMiner version 1.6-git by tpruvot with ZR5 support for Windows OS…



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4 Responses to Updated ccMiner 1.6-git fork by tpruvot with ZiftrCOIN Support

ohwell

March 29th, 2015 at 01:02

There goes the profitability now that everyone knows about. Especially the guys with cheap electricity who will continue to dump it slightly above the cost of production.
I wish I could short altcoins.

JJ

March 29th, 2015 at 14:16

I’m having issues with some algorithms on my Asus DirectCUII GTX 770 (no overclock), intensity on ‘auto’.

qubit: works fine, 4873 kH/s
quark: ‘result for nonce XXX does not validate on CPU!’ errors, 0 kH/s
lyra2: works fine, but 5% less than official lyra2 version, 637 kH/s
x11: ‘result for XXX is not in range’ errors, 0kH/S
x13: ‘result for XXX is not in range’ errors, 0kH/S
x14: ‘result for XXX is not in range’ errors, 0kH/S
x15: ‘result for XXX is not in range’ errors, 0kH/S
keccak: works fine, 105 MH/s

admin

March 29th, 2015 at 17:12

JJ, try with lower intensity, 20 (the default) and lower.

ferg

April 30th, 2015 at 14:35

Greetings and best wishes.

I am seeking a little directional oversight to successfully setup and run the miner. There a a few things I do not understand.

When I launch the ccminer.exe or the ZiftrCOIN.bat a command screen pops up and quickly disappears.

What should be the settings for the batch file?

I already have a wallet that is receiving payouts from my CPU mining.

Many thanks for your help.

Warm Regards

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