Windows Binary of the ccMiner 1.5.80-git SP Nicehash fork With Faster Lyra2REv2

9 Jun
2016

ccminer-1-5-80-sp-nicehash-lyra2rev2

Nicehash has forked SP’s ccMiner 1.5.80 GPU miner for Nvidia MAxwell GPUs (source) and has added significantly improved support for the Lyra2REv2 algorithm that can apparently provide up to 100% increase in terms of performance. SO if you are mining a crypto currency that uses the Lyra2REv2 algorithm or are selling your hashrate on Nicehash, then you might want to go for the new miner. We have compiled a 32-bit Windows binary, using VS2013 with CUDA 7.5 that you can download and try. Do note that it is compiled only for Nvidia Maxwell GPUs supporting Compute 5.0 and Compute 5.2 such as GTX 750, 750 Ti, GTX 950 GTX 960, GTX 970, GTX 980, GTX 980 Ti and GTX Titan X.

To download the latest Nicehash optimized ccMiner SP version 1.5.80 with faster Lyra2REv2 for Windows OS…



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5 Responses to Windows Binary of the ccMiner 1.5.80-git SP Nicehash fork With Faster Lyra2REv2

Jev

June 10th, 2016 at 10:19

Nice! My overclocked GTX 750 TI increased in hash rate from 4800 KH/s to 6800 KH/s.

namuyan

June 10th, 2016 at 11:54

See the URL, the real dev is Nanashi-meiyo Meijin.DON’T mistake!

balzero

June 10th, 2016 at 12:29

Any possibility of you guys to compile a Windows version of Nanashi Meiyo-Meijin’s ccminer 1.5.80-r10 or r11 source, it is apparently the original code for the faster Lyra2v2 algo and it faster than Nicehash miner:

https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AHk1hss4HZtCU60&id=C7ABE390AB1575E7%21825&cid=C7ABE390AB1575E7

Is the source location of the release in Japan

balzero

June 10th, 2016 at 12:31

Sorry the current version is: ccminer-windows 1.7.6-r5 which has the fastest Lyra2v2 by Nanashi Meiyo-Meijin’s

https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AHk1hss4HZtCU60&id=C7ABE390AB1575E7%21825&cid=C7ABE390AB1575E7

admin

June 10th, 2016 at 18:40

Coming up shortly… the tpruvot based code is indeed a bit faster than the sp-based one that was released by nicehash. The 64-bit binary seems to be a bit slower than the 32-bit one, though it it still slightly faster than the nicehash release.

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