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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 18, 2020, 04:35:41 PM »
5.5.9 i got up and running.
Im testing out the  3256 port.

after 5 minutes i got 2 biblepay shares so seems working better now with lower difficulty.

Positive the terminal got less cluttered. 

ill let it run 12 hours atleast.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 18, 2020, 11:52:17 AM »
Hey Rob.

Im testing new miner now.
Quick question, i changed the : rxtest.biblepay.org:3008 to rxtest.biblepay.org:3256

to change difficulty. Monero and charity monero seems fine from output but i havent seens any bbp solved or rejected.

Should i switch back to starting difficulty ?
Also can say that i have been running miner for 30 minutes so i figured should have gotten some bbp shares solved atleast.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 18, 2020, 11:12:19 AM »
XMRig - 5.5.8 - Leisure Upgrade
GCC Version



This release is the GCC version for both windows and linux.
May we please test this new version on both platforms to ensure long term stability?

Sure thing. I will try Windows version today and tomorrow evening hopefully i will have a new rig for linux to test on aswell.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 18, 2020, 09:17:36 AM »
So I'm going through the code today in an attempt to merge the latest randomx changes into xmrig, and also to harden the build to prevent crashes.
This algorithm is huge, it's a monster when considering how much machine language is generated.
I've exploited some conditions where the bytecode that is generated crashes about 10 stack frames ahead of the last hash (another words the actual crash occurs in the rx virtual machine, in machine language).  Ive been trying to isolate this as it appears to actually be in the jit code on the rx side (last night I removed all the possible biblepay code around it and it still points to the jit code, so Im merging in the latest from XMRig now to see if its something they fixed recently).

But anyway, Id like to find out each OS version that is running out there.  Im using windows 7.  Can each of you please post if you are primarily using the windows exe or the linux version?

After the next build we will need a volunteer to run the linux version for a few days straight, to ensure the jit issue is fixed.  The windows version will probably be OK, as we have a compiler flag we can  set that will overcome any machine language exceptions and let it recover (and keep mining).

Im using windows 10 on my machines.
Gonna move over my headless systems to ubuntu.  Also im no linux guru so  yeah.....

Also i have been running almost 24 hours now i belive this latest miner and it seems to me it works pretty nice.

I have  3.99%  rejected shares for bbp.
Perhaps i can get less rejected shares by changing difficulty to 256 for bbp ?


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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 17, 2020, 10:53:09 AM »
Thats interesting that the 11% increase pulls 27% more watts (probably 14 more watts or so).
But it also makes me wonder about total system power consumption to break even with XMR.  I remember seeing something like 10,000 hps required to breakeven at 8 cents a kwh, but I believe I was using 500 watts for the power supply.

So out of curiosity do you know if any of these industrial miners can pack 10 ryzen procs in a single machine using some type of board, so the total system power supply is only 1500 watts?  Similar to how they chain asics together?

Im seeing that the casual gamer will pretty much receive their stipend back in the form of xmr while the household pays the electricity (plus they get bbp of course in our case which is a pro).

Im almost ready to release the new miner.



For sure its intresting idea daisy chain cpus.  Atleast i dont think there is that for ryzen processors, closest would be to get some dual socket epyc processors i belive.
Myself i just get asus boards so i can setup OS  and miner remote access and all then remove gpu and just run the machine headless.  Saves a few watts not having to think of the gpu.


something like the intel xeon phi but for ryzen would be sweet.

However we think about it its intresting years ahead with 3d stacking cpus, ddr5 coming to zen 4 i belive it was, intels forevos and so on.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 17, 2020, 09:36:02 AM »
Did Another comparison with 8 threads and higher Clocks.

  • Ryzen 5 1600 (14nm)@3.8ghz, 1.15v vcore, Asus b350 rog strix,  8 threads, --cpu-affinity 0xD75, 1x8gb 3200mhz cl16
  • BBP+Xmr-8740 HPS, 70 watts
  • Ryzen 5 1600 (14nm)@3.8ghz, 1.15v vcore, Asus b350 rog strix,  8 threads, --cpu-affinity 0xD75, 1x8gb 3200mhz cl16
  • Xmr only - 4375HPS, 70 watts

Conclusion 10.6% increase in hashrate but 27% increase in Power over the 6 thread config.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 17, 2020, 09:31:32 AM »
Did Another comparison with 8 threads and higher Clocks.

  • Ryzen 5 1600 (14nm)@3.3ghz, Asus b350 rog strix,  8 threads, --cpu-affinity 0xD75, 1x8gb 3200mhz cl16
  • BBP+Xmr-8740 HPS, 70 watts
  • Ryzen 5 1600 (14nm)@3.3ghz, Asus b350 rog strix,  8 threads, --cpu-affinity 0xD75, 1x8gb 3200mhz cl16
  • Xmr only - 4375HPS, 70 watts

Conclusion 10.6% increase in hashrate but 27% increase in power

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 16, 2020, 02:42:28 AM »
I think it'd be a worthwhile experiment to see how much one would earn on a monero pool with the same hardware. Reason being is that 10% hash rate does not equal to 10% miner reward because you would need your hashes to go toward a successful monero block. What is the monero hash rate and how realistic is that bbp + xmr pool would be able to solve a monero block? the monero only pool mining would be a test to see how much would be earned from monero alone. same hardware can be pointed to bbp + xmr pool and see what results occur.


the other idea is to upstream xmr hashes to a xmr pool and get pool payments from the larger pool. when bbp + xmr pool gets large enough to contend as a pool that can hold its own, then it certainly makes sense to be its own pool.


just some random thoughts... i'm not married to either idea, just looking out for the orphans and how best to create a stable revenue stream for them.

We are already mining the monero part via minexmr, one of the biggest monero pools.
And ofc its about more than just pool hashrate, ddos protection pool uptime and what not.

Another topic are you guys getting 10%  rejected stale BBP shares?

i have 2541/283 accepted bbp shares seems alot rejected ones.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 15, 2020, 03:18:59 AM »

Ok, I must have read the xmrig console text wrong then.


Initially, it took 15 minutes last night for me to get a share... then started being more consistent. So, that's what lead me to believe it was set at a high diff.

Not sure if xmrig proxy will work with this bbp-xmrig miner but it would be a way to get several low hashing rigs to be shown as 1 high performance one.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 14, 2020, 02:21:16 PM »
Here comes some numbers from my part without fiddling to much with threads and affinity settings.  Large pages and MSR mod is active on all tests.

Ryzen 5 [email protected], msi b450m Gaming plus, 1.2v vcore, 12 threads, 2x4gb 2666 cl16
  • Bbp+xmr=13900-14000HPS
  • 70watts (package powerdraw)
  • xmrig 5.3.0, monero hashrate = 6900-7050HPS
  • 69-70watts (package powerdraw)

Ryzen 5 1600 (14nm)@3.3ghz, Asus b350 rog strix, 1,05v vcore, 6 threads, --cpu-affinity 0x555 1x8gb 3200mhz cl16
  • Bbp+xmr= 7863-7900HPS
  • 55 watts (package powerdraw)
  • xmrig 5.3.0 , monero hashrate=3911-3950HPS
  • 55watts (package powerdraw)

[email protected], msi x399 gaming pro carbon ac, 1,15v vcore, 16 threads --cpu-affinity 0x5D75D7, 4x4gb 3200mhz cl16
  • Bbp+xmr=16100-16300HPS
  • 140-145watts (package powerdraw)
  • xmrig 5.3.0, monero hashrate= 8050-8400HPS
  • 140-145 watts (package powerdraw)


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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 14, 2020, 10:08:18 AM »
Thats great, yeah on the bbp part dropping out, I see the same behavior.  What I have discovered is I can dual mine for about 8-14 hours or so, then the monero side keeps working and the bbp side stops.  I have a feeling that something in the code has a timeout (on the bbp side in xmrig) that I need to fix. 

In the mean time, all, please just restart the miner after a few hours if the bbp drops out and you will see yourself in the pool again.

You can clearly see the problem btw on the xmrig side by looking in the console window and seeing no "BBP 1" shares solved.

But anyway I wanted to ask you the most crucial question (Im glad to hear the wattage is the same).  Could you please do a side by side baseline between pure XMR mining from their xmrig, vs biblepay dual mining using our xmrig?  That is show us your hashrate for XMR alone vs dual XMR-BBP?  Id like to see the efficiency drop % that our blakehashes take away from the total?

Thanks!

Sure thing i will do some comparisons in a few hours on a few diffrent cpus.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 14, 2020, 09:47:13 AM »
    Yeah i was getting the same error this morning but on windows10.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 14, 2020, 06:54:07 AM »
Have been running cense last evening the bbp-xmrig dual miner.  Theres no diffrence in wattage from just mining monero to this dual miner  from what i can tell.

Came home from part time work and i see that the miner is still running, the monero "part" of it anyway but the BBP shares stopped like 5 hours ago, ill link the log file:

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[2020-02-14 10:13:38.371]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org diff 214662 algo rx/0 height 2033321
[2020-02-14 10:13:55.824]  cpu  accepted (3430/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:14:07.826]  cpu  accepted (3431/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:14:25.820]  cpu  accepted (3432/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:14:32.601] speed 10s/60s/15m 7695.1 7650.9 7691.6 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:14:38.368]  cpu  accepted (3433/0) diff 214662 XMR (69 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:14:39.848]  cpu  accepted (3434/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:15:21.901]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org diff 214812 algo rx/0 height 2033322
[2020-02-14 10:15:23.153] [rxtest.biblepay.org:3008] read error: "end of file"
[2020-02-14 10:15:23.637]  net  orphan donations started
[2020-02-14 10:15:23.638]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org-Charity diff 75000 algo rx/0 height 2033322
[2020-02-14 10:15:24.550]  cpu  accepted (3435/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:15:26.442] [rxtest.biblepay.org:3008] connect error: "connection refused"
[2020-02-14 10:15:32.607] speed 10s/60s/15m 7690.5 7694.2 7691.6 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:15:57.483] [rxtest.biblepay.org:3008] connect error: "connection refused"
[2020-02-14 10:16:02.188]  cpu  accepted (3436/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:16:03.410]  cpu  accepted (3437/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:16:04.070]  cpu  accepted (3438/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:16:19.388] [rxtest.biblepay.org:3008] connect error: "connection refused"
[2020-02-14 10:16:32.615] speed 10s/60s/15m 7695.1 7693.9 7691.6 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:17:06.718] [rxtest.biblepay.org:3008] connect error: "connection refused"
[2020-02-14 10:17:17.503]  cpu  accepted (3439/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:17:30.921]  cpu  accepted (3440/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:17:32.341]  cpu  accepted (3441/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:17:32.626] speed 10s/60s/15m 7693.3 7694.9 7691.6 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:18:11.042]  cpu  accepted (3442/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:18:12.902]  cpu  accepted (3443/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:18:32.634] speed 10s/60s/15m 7700.9 7694.8 7691.6 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:18:43.772]  cpu  accepted (3444/0) diff 75000 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:19:00.087]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org-Charity diff 217125 algo rx/0 height 2033323
[2020-02-14 10:19:08.772]  cpu  accepted (3445/0) diff 217125 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:19:32.642] speed 10s/60s/15m 7690.4 7691.4 7691.3 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:19:57.111]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org-Charity diff 235379 algo rx/0 height 2033324
[2020-02-14 10:20:09.303]  cpu  accepted (3446/0) diff 235379 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:20:32.651] speed 10s/60s/15m 7695.0 7694.7 7691.3 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:21:32.659] speed 10s/60s/15m 7694.6 7695.6 7691.4 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:21:51.175]  cpu  accepted (3447/0) diff 235379 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:22:07.082]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org-Charity diff 217565 algo rx/0 height 2033325
[2020-02-14 10:22:27.227]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org-Charity diff 217565 algo rx/0 height 2033326
[2020-02-14 10:22:32.666] speed 10s/60s/15m 7694.4 7695.9 7691.3 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:23:32.676] speed 10s/60s/15m 7693.7 7694.7 7691.5 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:23:48.255]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org-Charity diff 177324 algo rx/0 height 2033327
[2020-02-14 10:23:49.177]  cpu  accepted (3448/0) diff 177324 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:24:18.863]  cpu  accepted (3449/0) diff 177324 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:24:28.246]  cpu  accepted (3450/0) diff 177324 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:24:32.687] speed 10s/60s/15m 7695.4 7694.7 7691.5 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:24:45.882]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org-Charity diff 216251 algo rx/0 height 2033328
[2020-02-14 10:24:50.491]  cpu  accepted (3451/0) diff 216251 XMR-Charity (0 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:25:23.637]  net  orphan donations finished
[2020-02-14 10:25:23.639]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org diff 212013 algo rx/0 height 2033328
[2020-02-14 10:25:32.696] speed 10s/60s/15m 7694.7 7695.6 7691.5 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:26:08.687]  cpu  accepted (3452/0) diff 212013 XMR (69 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:26:14.046]  cpu  accepted (3453/0) diff 212013 XMR (74 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:26:27.257]  cpu  accepted (3454/0) diff 212013 XMR (85 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:26:32.703] speed 10s/60s/15m 7696.4 7694.3 7691.6 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:27:32.712] speed 10s/60s/15m 7696.7 7697.6 7691.8 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:27:49.538]  cpu  accepted (3455/0) diff 212013 XMR (75 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:28:12.478]  cpu  accepted (3456/0) diff 212013 XMR (68 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:28:32.720] speed 10s/60s/15m 7695.1 7694.3 7691.8 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:28:38.489]  cpu  accepted (3457/0) diff 212013 XMR (76 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:28:43.890]  cpu  accepted (3458/0) diff 212013 XMR (55 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:28:59.409]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org diff 212559 algo rx/0 height 2033329
[2020-02-14 10:29:13.468]  cpu  accepted (3459/0) diff 212559 XMR (71 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:29:24.829]  cpu  accepted (3460/0) diff 212559 XMR (71 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:29:32.730] speed 10s/60s/15m 7695.7 7693.8 7694.7 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:29:46.859]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org diff 213107 algo rx/0 height 2033330
[2020-02-14 10:30:12.223]  cpu  accepted (3461/0) diff 213107 XMR (55 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:30:32.741] speed 10s/60s/15m 7697.4 7695.2 7694.8 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:30:38.240]  cpu  accepted (3462/0) diff 213107 XMR (72 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:31:32.751] speed 10s/60s/15m 7695.0 7695.5 7694.9 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:32:31.536]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org diff 212970 algo rx/0 height 2033331
[2020-02-14 10:32:32.759] speed 10s/60s/15m 7698.3 7696.0 7695.0 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:32:58.995]  cpu  accepted (3463/0) diff 212970 XMR (55 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:33:32.766] speed 10s/60s/15m 7694.1 7695.8 7695.0 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:33:38.444]  cpu  accepted (3464/0) diff 212970 XMR (78 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:34:04.363]  cpu  accepted (3465/0) diff 212970 XMR (75 ms)
[2020-02-14 10:34:32.775] speed 10s/60s/15m 7696.3 7695.2 7695.3 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:35:32.785] speed 10s/60s/15m 7692.3 7682.6 7694.5 H/s max 7711.5 H/s
[2020-02-14 10:36:32.796] speed 10s/60s/15m 7692.1 7685.1 7693.8 H/s max 7711.5 H/s


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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 13, 2020, 02:23:43 PM »
Wait, I think I found a way for you to make it work.
Right click on xmrig-bbp64.exe, check Run as admistrator | Save.  Now restart with the batch file, and it says on my output:  MSR  - Ryzen registers set successfully.
For me, it did not increase my HPS, but I have 30 windows open and a VM running that takes up 70% of my ram, etc.

Let me know if it actually worked?

EDIT:  It might have increased by 5%.  I need to try it after a reboot.

I logged latest attempt and seems pretty high hashrate jump for me gonna play abit with threads and cores for my ryzen 5 1600.

gonna try a ryzen 5 3600 and a 1920x in the coming days aswell.

Quote
* ABOUT        XMRig/5.5.5 MSVC/2017
 * BBP + XMR - Welcome to the future of orphan charity
 * LIBS         libuv/1.31.0 OpenSSL/1.1.1c hwloc/2.1.0
 * HUGE PAGES   permission granted
 * 1GB PAGES    unavailable
 * CPU          AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core Processor (1) x64 AES
                L2:3.0 MB L3:16.0 MB 6C/12T NUMA:1
 * MEMORY       2.2/7.9 GB (28%)
 * DONATE       10%
 * ASSEMBLY     auto:ryzen
 * POOL #1      rxtest.biblepay.org:3008 algo auto
 * COMMANDS     hashrate, pause, resume
 * OPENCL       disabled
 * CUDA         disabled
[2020-02-13 21:15:46.854]  net  use pool rxtest.biblepay.org  Orphan Charity
[2020-02-13 21:15:46.856]  net  new job from rxtest.biblepay.org diff 75000 algo rx/0 height 2032914
[2020-02-13 21:15:47.052]  msr  register values for "ryzen" preset has been set successfully (196 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:15:47.053]  rx   init dataset algo rx/0 (12 threads) seed 154eb7a21cd32a59...
[2020-02-13 21:15:47.060]  rx   allocated 2336 MB (2080+256) huge pages 100% 1168/1168 +JIT (6 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:15:50.381]  rx   dataset ready (3321 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:15:50.383]  cpu  use profile  *  (6 threads) scratchpad 2048 KB
[2020-02-13 21:15:50.537]  cpu  READY threads 6/6 (6) huge pages 100% 6/6 memory 12288 KB (154 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:15:52.081]  cpu  accepted (1/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:15:52.165]  cpu  accepted (2/0) diff 75000 XMR (56 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:15:54.121]  cpu  accepted (3/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:16:00.145]  cpu  accepted (4/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:16:02.160]  cpu  accepted (5/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:16:08.208]  cpu  accepted (6/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:16:15.279]  cpu  accepted (7/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
|    CPU # | AFFINITY | 10s H/s | 60s H/s | 15m H/s |
|        0 |       -1 |  1390.3 |     n/a |     n/a |
|        1 |       -1 |  1406.9 |     n/a |     n/a |
|        2 |       -1 |  1392.9 |     n/a |     n/a |
|        3 |       -1 |  1374.2 |     n/a |     n/a |
|        4 |       -1 |  1384.9 |     n/a |     n/a |
|        5 |       -1 |  1382.8 |     n/a |     n/a |
|        - |        - |  8332.0 |     n/a |     n/a |
[2020-02-13 21:16:19.286] speed 10s/60s/15m 8332.0 n/a n/a H/s max 8459.7 H/s
[2020-02-13 21:16:26.328]  cpu  accepted (8/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:16:33.307]  cpu  accepted (9/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:16:39.310]  cpu  accepted (10/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:16:50.698] speed 10s/60s/15m 8433.9 n/a n/a H/s max 8516.0 H/s
|    CPU # | AFFINITY | 10s H/s | 60s H/s | 15m H/s |
|        0 |       -1 |  1415.0 |  1406.5 |     n/a |
|        1 |       -1 |  1414.4 |  1408.8 |     n/a |
|        2 |       -1 |  1418.1 |  1411.0 |     n/a |
|        3 |       -1 |  1417.3 |  1406.6 |     n/a |
|        4 |       -1 |  1421.9 |  1401.0 |     n/a |
|        5 |       -1 |  1425.1 |  1411.1 |     n/a |
|        - |        - |  8511.8 |  8445.1 |     n/a |
[2020-02-13 21:17:01.096] speed 10s/60s/15m 8511.8 8445.1 n/a H/s max 8523.9 H/s
[2020-02-13 21:17:04.001]  cpu  accepted (11/0) diff 75000 XMR (67 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:17:16.330]  cpu  accepted (12/0) diff 1 BBP (0 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:17:21.214]  cpu  accepted (13/0) diff 75000 XMR (61 ms)
[2020-02-13 21:17:23.853] SIGHUP received, exiting
[2020-02-13 21:17:23.856]  cpu  stopped (2 ms)

Looks like 8-10% increase for me in hashrate with the MSR mod Active.

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TestNet Discussion Archive / Re: BIBLEPAY - RANDOMX INTEGRATION
« on: February 13, 2020, 02:13:15 PM »
Wait, I think I found a way for you to make it work.
Right click on xmrig-bbp64.exe, check Run as admistrator | Save.  Now restart with the batch file, and it says on my output:  MSR  - Ryzen registers set successfully.
For me, it did not increase my HPS, but I have 30 windows open and a VM running that takes up 70% of my ram, etc.

Let me know if it actually worked?

EDIT:  It might have increased by 5%.  I need to try it after a reboot.

After Reading your replies i tried various things, i found that the thing that works that i managed to get to work so far was to open up cmd as adminstrator then just cd to  path, then just copy paste parameters  from batch file and voila  the msr mod is kicking up. ;D

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