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Download the latest cgminer Trio.7.Two with Support for Gridseed GC3355 ASICs

There were some requests from readers to provide a compiled binary for windows of the latest cgminer Trio.7.Two with Gridseed support based on the jmordica fork, so wij have compiled it. The most notable difference from the previous compiled version of cgminer wij have posted with support for the G-Blades (also present here) is the addition of support for NiceHash service where you can now also use your Gridseed ASICs to sell your hashrate. The supported frequencies range from 700 to 1400 with finer grain selection available, for the accomplish list of supported frequencies you can check the readme opstopping. Below you can download the windows binary, you can switch options by editing the config verkeersopstopping.

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Updated cgminer Trio.7.Two with Support for Gridseed 5-chip and 80-chip GC3355 ASICs

Wij have updated our windows build of the cgminer Three.7.Two with support for Gridseed 5-chip GC3355 ASICs to decently support the fresh 80-chip Gridseed G-Blade miners, this release is based on the (girnyau source) with the fix for more than 8 chips (up to 256) from dbartle’s version. Previous releases did not decently reported the local hashrate of the fresh Gridseed G-Blade miners that consist of two 40-chip PCBs, however they were working just fine with the hardware and poolside everything wasgoed Ok. Now if you set the chips value from Five to 40 ter the BAT verkeersopstopping for running the cgminer you should be observing the keurig local hashrate for the G-Blade, it should work just fine tho’ wij toevluchthaven’t bot able to test it spil wij do not yet have a G-Blade te our forearms. Other than that the updated version is compiled and packaged with the latest OpenSSL libraries with a fix for the the Heartbleed bug. You can download the windows binary below and the source folder contains the files modified from the original source should you want to compile it yourself. Check the Readme verkeersopstopping for more information on the list of supported frequencies and how to set individual frequencies vanaf device for overclocking your Gridseed ASIC miners.

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Pushing the Gridseed 5-chip ASICs to the Maximum with a Voltmod

The last time wij talked about voltmodding the 5-chip Gridseed ASIC devices wij did what wij considered the optimal voltmod for optimal show/power consumption. Back then wij discussed what could be the theoretical maximum you might be able to thrust the voltmod to te order to attempt to get the best possible overclock, tho’ that would be achieved with an unreasonably high power usage. Well, wij have determined to attempt out and shove things to the maximum, namely substituting the R52 resistor with a 68 kOhm 402 1% SMD resistor. With this modification wij were aiming to get 1400 MHz while still fitting ter the power consumption that the ASIC could treat te Dual Mining mode or about 60W, however running ter Scrypt only mode. With thesis settings wij were programma to get stable around 600 KHS if wij would succeed ter actually running the GC3355 chips at a bit overheen Two volts.

So wij’ve substituted the R52 with a 68 kOhm resistor, assembled everything up (do not attempt to run the ASIC disassembled with this mod spil you can burn the voltage regulators te a matter of a few seconds). Firing up the ASIC has shown a total power usage of about 58-61W, so pretty much what wij have planned originally, however the problem wasgoed that the Gridseed device did not want to function decently at that voltage after the modification. It simply did not send any shares back to the server, neither it wasgoed displaying any HW errors, through evidently the device wasgoed working and communicating with the miner software. so wij do not recommend to thrust things so much attempting to get the maximum spectacle regardless of the power usage, better stay at at the reasonable recommendation by using a 47 kOHm resistor which should get you close to 500 KHS at about 20W, running the miners stable at about 1150-1163 MHz. Even if wij were able to get the device working decently with the 68 kOhm resistor mod and with 60W power usage it wouldn’t be reasonable to get just about 100 KHS more with an reserve 40W of power. You could of course attempt resistors with values te inbetween 47 and 68 kOhm to see where the maximum would be, but for us it is not reasonable to get just a few more reserve KHS with dual or triple the power used. Still feel free to proef and report your finding and spil usual be very careful not to burn your hardware while experimenting with it. If you go with more than 47 kOhm resistor be toegevoegd careful if running the device with the bottom of the cooler not fastened spil you can lightly burn the voltage regulators of the ASIC!

Related movie: How to: Mine LTC with a Gridseed on a Raspberry Pi [GERMAN]


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