New cpuminer-multi Fork With HMQ1725 Algorithm Support

29 Apr
2016

cpuminer-hmq1725

A bit late with this one, but better late than never. We have compiled a 64-bit Windows binary of the new cpuminer-multi fork by ocminer (source) with support for the HMQ1725 algorithm used by Espers (ESP). We have made small source changes in order to use hmq1725 as algorithm name instead of quark in the original source and compiled generic binaries for AMD and Intel CPUs that seem to provide a bit higher hashrate than the Windows binary provided by ocminer. We have tried compiling with optimizations for specific CPU architectures, but since it did not produce noticeable performance increase we are sticking to the generic ones for AMD K8 or newer as well as Intel Core 2 or newer processors. Running some tests on an Intel 5820K CPU has resulted in about 135 KHS with ocminer’s binary and our Windows binaries are giving us about 150 KHS, so they should be around 10% faster, but you are welcome to try and report your results.

To download the latest 64-bit Windows binary of the cpuminer-multi fork for Espers (ESP) mining…



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5 Responses to New cpuminer-multi Fork With HMQ1725 Algorithm Support

Mr William

April 30th, 2016 at 04:53

Thanks , getting ~88-96 on a i5 4670K a good 20 kh/s more then the old miner

Yong un

May 1st, 2016 at 14:30

Please open a pull request on the github Repo so your changes can be merged

Florian Maier

May 2nd, 2016 at 15:50

If you like docker – docker run marsmensch/cpuminer Sources / Dockerfile linked https://github.com/marsmensch/cpuminer-hmq1725 #espers

EvRo74

May 7th, 2017 at 08:48

Tell me please – is there a version for 32-bit Windows?

b

June 23rd, 2017 at 20:57

Im trying to run this with my intel i5 but after editing the batch and running it, the black screen appears for 1 second and is gone then. What am i doing wrong here?

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