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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / XMR RandomX mining with Ryzen 3900x on: March 03, 2021, 07:40:40 PM
Need some help if anyone can offer it.  I have pulled countless youtube videos, reddit forums research and still cant get the CPU overclocking down for this.  I have the following hardware:

MSI x470 Gaming plus max MOBO
Ryzen 3900x cpu Wrath Prism cooler
2 8gb Consair Vengance 3600mhz DDR4 CL18 RAM
msi 570 4gb Gpu
running windows
XMRig  6.7.0 mining software
Huge pages enabled.

I have input RAM info into DRAM calculator to get the timing for the Ram.  When I enter those timing and subtiming into the MOBO bios, on reboot it fails and I have to reset to default.  I've also just done simple OC like increase CPU speed from 3.8mhz to 4.1mhz.  changed cpu voltage to 1.25 and Ram voltage to 1.25.   None of this seems to increase the hashrate of the 3900x.  It starts out at 8700khs and only increases to 9136khs.  That is the highest I can get.  

Note:  When I use XMRig benchmark test the cpu get 12517khs.  I dont understand why when I run the miner it only obtains 9100-9200khs.  It never mines above 9200khs and the CPU temp never gets above 52C degrees.  

By chance is the sticks of RAM to high for this cpu... Should i have gone with 3400 0r 3200 mhz ram?

Any information would be greatly appreciated.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / RX5700 and RX570 same mining rig on: February 10, 2020, 03:05:26 PM
Has anyone had success with mixing RX5700 and RX570 or 580s together on the same rig?  If so what drivers do you find most stable, clay or phx?  Let me know if this is more of a headache or smooth?

3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Need a factory Bios (nonmodded) for powercolor Rx580 8gb gpu on: November 28, 2019, 08:08:35 PM
Hoping someone could help me out.  Iím looking for a factory bios for a Powercolor RX580 8gb gpu.   Itís the V2 card.   

Hoping someone has the .rom file they can send me

Here is the card
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Mining issue with GTX 1070 mining rig: NEED HELP PLEASE! on: October 31, 2019, 11:37:11 PM
I have a 12 gpu  EVGA 1070 rig that has been working fine for over a year.  Recently i've been using NBMiner 25.5 to dual mine ETH and CBK, utilizing MSIAfterburner for overclocking. (77 powlim, +40 core, +610 memory) no problems. I switch miners to Phoenix 4.7c to mine strictly eth.  I set the command line in PHX4,7c for the overclocking (same thresholds listed above) but after about 3-4 minutes of mining a memory error stopped 2 cards and shut the miner down.  I went back to NBMiner and MSIafterburner to see if it would resume mining with all 12 cards, but with no luck.  It would get to the 12 card and throw (-err 02) and that card would drop off MSIafterburner's clocking controls, fan would spin at 100% and the card would not be mining at all.  I disconnected this card resumed MSIafterburner and NBminer with 11 cards.  After about 10 minutes of mining the same thing happened and a second card dropped off MSIafterburners clocking control, stopped mining and fan at 100%.  I disconnected this card, rebooted and started MSIafterburner and NBminer with only 10 cards.  Now the rig mines good with only 10 cards and I can not achieve the 12 cards I had running for over a year.  

Any ideas whats going on or how to fix this?Huh??

P.S. After several attempts at first I DDU uninstalled drivers, updated to newest drivers and newest MSiafterburner, but still had same results.  I also disconnected every gpu except the one losing the clocking controls, and GPU would work perfectly mining by itself, but as soon as I added other cards it would do the same thing of losing MSIafterburners clocking controls, stop mining and fan 100%.  

Windows 10 os
SSD 120 gb
RAM 16gb
2 psu (1200 and 850)
virtual memory set at 48000mb start and 86000mb
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