For this test: I used a single 12 GPU 1080Ti rig on Windows split into three mining instances. All three mining instances were balanced to get as close to the same hash rate as possible. Each mining instance is running at the same time on the same machine on the same pool .
All three instances have intensity set to 21, GPU target power set to 90%, no overclocking.
Static Pool Difficulty set to 50
The instances/rig are managed by Awesome Miner, which restarts the miners for various reasons, based on rules I set.
The plan is to do three rounds of testing, each round lasting approximately 10-12hrs, at the conclusion of each round I'll rotate the miner to a new instance, until each miner has had a chance to run on each instance. I'll also normalize the results to averaged blocks found per round.
NOTE: I didn't realize that "a1min3r Only human" was beta, (with some bugs to figure out), before I started this test and even though it did well against Silent Miner I think it's only fair to wait until it out of beta to fully test it.
I cut round two testing to 7hrs, I'd been monitoring it periodically, and the gap between the two miners was fairly steady throughout the test. with the results from round 1, there was no reason to continue.
Round 1 - 144 Blocks Found - Duration: 651 minutes (2 restarts for Only Human)
Round 2* - 81 Blocks Found - Duration: 420 minutes (no restarts)
Normalized Average Results
#1 - 134.07 RVN - Enemy
#2 - 123.99 RVN - Silent Miner [ -8.13% ]
Raw Average Results
#1 - 135.29 RVN - Enemy
#2 - 125.40 RVN - Silent Miner [ -7.88% ]