Bitslice status and broken nvcc
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cudaHashcat v1.38 starting in benchmark-mode...

Device #1: GeForce GTX TITAN X, 12288MB, 1076Mhz, 24MCU

Hashtype: LM
Workload: 1024 loops, 256 accel

Speed.GPU.#1.: 20086.4 MH/s

Started: Sat Oct 31 10:41:22 2015
Stopped: Sat Oct 31 10:41:40 2015

meh, okay
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#12
Awesome. So a full BF of ASCII uc keyspace is down to just over 6 minutes.
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#13
(10-30-2015, 05:42 PM)atom Wrote: #define mysel(a,b,c) (bitselect (a,b,(c) ? 0xffffffff : 0)) -- Getting 251 MH/s

So there's a drop from 470 MH/s to 251 for dynamic salt support. I'll take it for now as we also get the multihash support with it.

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So by telling the OpenCL runtime to disable the compiler optimization (-cl-opt-disable) the speed increased from 251 MH/s to 355 MH/s, lol. If you guys want to play with it, it's in b22+

About 20GH:

With b22 version and +250Mhz on the TitanX we can get > 20GH on a single card. With 250Mhz on the 980Ti we're somewhere around 18GH.
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#14
b14
Quote:DES Speed.GPU.#1...: 37043.9 kH/s

b24
Quote:DES Speed.GPU.#1...:   106.9 MH/s

Works for me.
I get "only" 2.79B p/s for LM on my Titan, which isn't too shabby either.
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#15
Sounds good to me, 106.9 MH/s * 25 = 2672,5
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#16
So, in this specific example, Titan X is ~7.2 times faster than Titan, both being overclocked.
Serious performance increase over old gen architecture.
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#17
OK, so I'm reaching a point where it becomes harder to increase the speed alot. Here's some final values:

290x:

-m 1500: 350 MH/s with dynamic salt, 450 MH/s with fixed salt
-m 3000: 12000MH/s (from theoretical max of 12200 MH/s)!!

Titan X (+250 MHz)

-m 1500: 750 MH/s with dynamic salt
-m 3000: 20100 MH/s

I'm thinking about porting this to the other hashes, it depends on your guys request for it. There's 3 more algorithms using DES with a fixed key/data portion to turn it into a hash:

-m 3100 = Oracle H: Type (Oracle 7+)
-m 8500 = RACF
-m 12400 = BSDiCrypt, Extended DES
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