New ccMiner tpruvot fork v2.2.3 With Polytimos and KeccakC support

5 Dec
2017

There is a new official release of tpruvot’s ccMiner fork version 2.2.3 available (source) with new algorithms supported and additional improvements. The latest version brings support for Polytimos algorithm as well as support for the KeccakC algorithm, along with an optimized Keccak support for SM5+ GPUs, based on alexis78 improvements. The official Windows binaries for the new version are compiled for SM 3 Nvidia GPUs and CUDA 9 only (require driver version 384.xx or newer) and are available in 32-bit as well as 64-bit version.

After a quick test of the KeccakC support we can suggest that you might want to try increasing the intensity over the default value for your GPU for some improvements in terms of performance, though even then there is still a faster fork of ccMiner with KeccakC support. If you are interested in mining CreativeCoin (CREA) that uses the KeccakC algorithm with best performance you might want to check out this ccMiner fork for optimal performance.

To download the latest ccMiner tpruvot fork v2.2.3 Windows binaries (x86/x64)…



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13 Responses to New ccMiner tpruvot fork v2.2.3 With Polytimos and KeccakC support

tatsujin90

December 6th, 2017 at 20:41

And this is as i understand nvidia card only ?

George

December 7th, 2017 at 17:35

What does GPU intensity mean? Does it set automatically? Because, I see on your gtx 1080 ti it sets on 26, but on my 1080 it sets on 20.

Please explain

admin

December 7th, 2017 at 17:49

The are automatic intensity values being set for different cards by the miner, you can check them with the -i xx parameter where xx is the intensity value.

Jeremy Carrillo

December 8th, 2017 at 10:15

If anyone is interested I ran some benchmarks using this in under volted, default and Overclocked conditions.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1WWEOekhYhquPmC9owgd19pmMT12GelI0

Kip

December 14th, 2017 at 07:12

Hey Jeremy, I am thinking of buying a GTX1080TI OC… which coins are you aiming for atm ? and i take it you are using the ccminer 2.2.3 above? Also any recommendations on pools?

Damian

December 20th, 2017 at 19:24

Is this normal not to get paid for since Monday morning mining on network 2 with automatically set share difficulty? I mean I got a few good payouts total of 2.5 VTC for two days mining and nothing has changed since – mining with very low latency on a good node constantly on and blocks are found usually 3 p/h. My shares difficulty differs from 0.300 to 5.000 so where is the problem? I have to admit I am mining with GTX970 and 23Mh/s most of the Times. is this a problem? Why would I get good payouts and then nothing? If shares last three days why would I get paid two first days then nothing more for another three? Any help? Sugestions? Should I leave p2pool and move to multipool on mining hub pool or something similar? A friend mines coins worth 10-13$ a day with a gtx1080 using multipool instead.

Damian

December 21st, 2017 at 00:23

Update – I started getting more payouts after the above post. 0.2 vertcoin so far. We’ll see if it’s worth maining it for longer or not. Any answers to my questions?

Damian

December 24th, 2017 at 00:23

Update 2 – Another 2.5 days nothing. Last time I received 1.2 VTC in total. Good payout finished at 10.38am the same day I posted last – 21st of Dec. Is there any problem with my shares’ difficulty? Should I set anything in order to send much hire difficulty shares? I feel like wasting my time.

bitocrypto

December 26th, 2017 at 02:08

Is this for nvidia cards only?

maruf khan

December 27th, 2017 at 16:01

Should I leave p2pool and move to multipool on mining hub pool or something similar?

oz

January 12th, 2018 at 04:53

How can i select which GPU to mine from? for example i have a 1080 and a 1060, i want the 1080 to mine with ccminer but i want the 1060 with another miner.
currently using:

ccminer-x64 -a keccak -o stratum+tcp://pool-us.smartcash.cc:3333 -u username -p password

It mines from all my Nvidia GPUS
Thanks!

admin

January 12th, 2018 at 11:00

Use the command line option: -d or alternatively --devices

Gives a comma separated list of CUDA device IDs to operate on. Device IDs start counting from 0! Alternatively give string names of your card like gtx780ti or gt640#2 (matching 2nd gt640 in the PC).

oz

January 15th, 2018 at 20:36

Thanks so much admin, now i am using:
ccminer -a keccak -d 1 -o stratum+tcp://pool-us.smartcash.cc:3333 -u -p
where 1 is my GTX 1060 Only, i had to try one by one.
Good day!

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