Posts Tagged ‘neoscrypt nvidia miner

ccminer-1-6-3-tpruvot-git-latest

We have compiled a new up to date Windows binary from the latest ccMiner 1.6.3-git by tpruvot (source). The latest version includes support for the NeoScrypt algorithm that has been improved over djm34’s initial work that might also work on older Nvidia GPU. There are also numerous code improvements included in the latest code, so if you are using tpruvot’s fork of ccMiner you might want to update. The previous windows binary release that we posted required Compute 3.5 as a minimum, this one is compiled for Compute 3.0 or newer Nvidia GPUs, but not all algorithms may work on older GPUs. Our windows binary is compiled with VS2013 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.

To download the latest ccMiner version 1.6.3-git by tpruvot for Windows OS…

ccminer-1-6-3-git-tpruvot

We have compiled an up to date Windows binary from the latest ccMiner 1.6.3-git by tpruvot (source). The latest version adds support for the NeoScrypt algorithm based on djm34’s work who recently added NeoScrypt support to his fork with minimum requirement for Compute 3.5 capabilities from your Nvidia GPU. With this version of ccMiner we are getting around 146 KHS hashrate mining NeoScrypt on a GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU which is about the same performance we are getting on the same hardware using djm34’s fork which is to be expected. Our windows binary is compiled with VS2013 and supports Compute 3.5, 5.0 and 5.2 GPUs, you can download and try it below, there is an example BAT file setup for testing.

To download the latest ccMiner version 1.6.3-git by tpruvot for Windows OS…

ccminer-djm-edition-yescrypt

We have compiled a Windows binary for the new ccMiner fork by djm34 (source) that now has support for NeoScrypt and Yescrypt GPU mining on Nvidia-based video. Our Windows binary is compiled with VS2013 and CUDA 6.5 and supports Compute 3.5, 5.0 and 5.2 GPUs, you can download and try it from the link below, there is an example BAT file setup for testing hashrate for the two new algorithms. We are getting more than 1100 Hashes per second on GeForce GTX 980, so better than the performance from a Radeon 280X with the sgminer fork. On a GeForce GTX 750 Ti we are getting very good performance as well with close to 600 Hashes per second or slightly less than on Radeon 280X. Do note that there is still more to be desired from the GPU miner as it is not faster than mining Yescrypt with an up to date CPU, for example a single Intel Core i7 5820K CPU achieves around 5.1 KHS mining GlobalBoost-Y (BSTY).

To download the new ccMiner by djm34 with NeoScrypt and Yescrypt support for Windows OS…


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