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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: PhoenixMiner 2.9e: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Windows) on: May 15, 2018, 10:16:17 AM
I got this problem twice; In both cases when searching for maximum stable mem freq I can push the 1070 gpus.
Currently running stable at:
  Core: -200 (minus 200)
  Mem: 765
  Power Limit: 59
  Hashing: 32.770 MH/s

Do not understand how your 1070s work on these settings. With PL 59 for my 1070 hasrate is very not stable. When I setted MC 750, after some seconds I had 719 error and reboot. CC -200 also makes hashrate unstable. Now I'm testing PL +64, CC -100, MC +670 with power 750W and avg hashrate per card 32.06 (about 192.4 per 6 cards). So all my changes of previous OC settings is changing CC from +0 to -100.

Not all cards are the same, overclock potential will be different between models, individual chips etc so you basically need to be lucky aswell.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Do you think miners will ever see 15$+ a day again on: May 08, 2018, 03:54:43 PM
I primarily mine ETH because I cant afford to spend more than 2 or 3 hours per week on the whole process. Even if ETH mining is not the most efficient for my AMD rigs, it has been most stable way to just passively earning few coins.

I tend to do the same, it also seems that everytime I try and switch to something else, either the diff increases insanely or the price dumps which in turn ends me up at lower profits then simply running ETH.

I would rather have a stable ~10USD profits per day with my rigs doing crypto, compared to "perhaps" getting more than that.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Gateless Gate Sharp 1.3.7: 30Mh/s (Ethash) on RX 480! on: May 04, 2018, 09:34:33 PM
Thanks, that worked for me Smiley

I am going to test your miner again soon, any idea what might be triggering the cpu usage? It is not there at the start, but after 2-3 hours it ends up using 70-80% cpu and the hashrate becomes unstable.

Im using the first version of the adrenaline driver, and I do have bios mods applied though, I have currently not tested the 1.3.7 version, but the issue is not on my test machine which only has 4 cards, that is perfectly stable, the issues appears only on my machines with 6 or more cards.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Gateless Gate Sharp 1.3.7: 30Mh/s (Ethash) on RX 480! on: May 04, 2018, 07:38:12 PM
Zawawa - Have you heard of issues with the FAN speed getting locked in? After I have run your software some time ago (1.3.2) the fans are running at 50% - Seems that no matter what I do it is fixed at 50%..

Any fix for that? Im currently not using your software since it causes a ton of CPU usage on +7GPU machines - But it would be lovely if you could point in a direction to fix this issue?
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Mining w/ 4 AMD 580 GPUs on: April 22, 2018, 02:45:07 PM
Toughpower not so bad PSU at all. Much better than KCAS or Zalman cheap models. 1200 can handle 6 gpus, but consumption depends on concrete model of gpus, for example, my Gigabyte 5x580s consume 900w from the wall. You need to test your gpus

What algos are this on? Im doing eth/xmr mining at sub 900w for 8xrx580's (Sapphire Nitro)..
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Mining w/ 4 AMD 580 GPUs on: April 22, 2018, 11:56:36 AM
All my 8 card rigs run on HX1000i PSU's - So 1200w is plenty fine for 4 cards..

7  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: Selling a few mining rigs, let me know if interested on: April 21, 2018, 10:18:33 PM
Might be an idea to let people know where the rigs are located Wink
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.4.6 on: April 21, 2018, 11:37:42 AM
SRB on my RX 580 8Gb cards (hynix) gives on 1 card 10 h/s more than GGS, but 2nd card 10 h/s less ))))
But GGS is open source... Thats mean that devfee can be disabled on them...
If you want anything to be actually developed on, then pay the damn devfee.

Removing it will stop development which is NOT what we want!
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.4.4 on: April 18, 2018, 02:55:25 PM
V1.4.4
- Fixed (hopefully) situation when miner hashed in 'empty' for a long time
- Added mining session average speed display
- Removed greedybastard switch

ah, im tired. Please all of you having the 'devfee stuck' or 'miner not doing anything' problem, download this version and test.
It should be ok now.

Also removed the greedy switch. This is just taking too much of my free time, and i think the devfee % is not something terrible.

I hope everything will be stable now and i can get myself on the overclocking stuff and the API finally.  Grin

1.4.4 still crashes instantly when pressing "h" to see hashrate on all of my 15 rigs.

Miner is still rather unstable with restarts every 15-20 minutes.
probably crash because you overclock to much, try to decrease a bit gpu clock

The machines are stable on all other different software out there - And it has been stable for months.

--adldisable seems to have done the trick for now, going to test it a bit more.

can you tell on which cards do you have to use the --adldisable ?

I am only using MSI RX570 Armor 4GBs - All on 18.1 driver, not tested with newer ones as I have simply not had the time to tinker with it, it is working in general though.

With --adldisable it is stable, at least for the last 13 hours it has been stable on the two rigs  that im testing it on now, tweaked intensity and are getting slight faster speeds than GGS now aswell, overall seems quite okay.

Hm on that card adl should work , at least with blockchain drivers it works.

Been working nicely sofar, im not using blockchain drivers as they are insanely unstable in general.

I use adrenaline drivers, actually the first ones that they released, so I might have to look into upgrading them in the near future to get some more fixes in but at least it works.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.4.4 on: April 18, 2018, 12:28:00 PM
V1.4.4
- Fixed (hopefully) situation when miner hashed in 'empty' for a long time
- Added mining session average speed display
- Removed greedybastard switch

ah, im tired. Please all of you having the 'devfee stuck' or 'miner not doing anything' problem, download this version and test.
It should be ok now.

Also removed the greedy switch. This is just taking too much of my free time, and i think the devfee % is not something terrible.

I hope everything will be stable now and i can get myself on the overclocking stuff and the API finally.  Grin

1.4.4 still crashes instantly when pressing "h" to see hashrate on all of my 15 rigs.

Miner is still rather unstable with restarts every 15-20 minutes.
probably crash because you overclock to much, try to decrease a bit gpu clock

The machines are stable on all other different software out there - And it has been stable for months.

--adldisable seems to have done the trick for now, going to test it a bit more.

can you tell on which cards do you have to use the --adldisable ?

I am only using MSI RX570 Armor 4GBs - All on 18.1 driver, not tested with newer ones as I have simply not had the time to tinker with it, it is working in general though.

With --adldisable it is stable, at least for the last 13 hours it has been stable on the two rigs  that im testing it on now, tweaked intensity and are getting slight faster speeds than GGS now aswell, overall seems quite okay.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.4.4 on: April 17, 2018, 10:51:33 PM
V1.4.4
- Fixed (hopefully) situation when miner hashed in 'empty' for a long time
- Added mining session average speed display
- Removed greedybastard switch

ah, im tired. Please all of you having the 'devfee stuck' or 'miner not doing anything' problem, download this version and test.
It should be ok now.

Also removed the greedy switch. This is just taking too much of my free time, and i think the devfee % is not something terrible.

I hope everything will be stable now and i can get myself on the overclocking stuff and the API finally.  Grin

1.4.4 still crashes instantly when pressing "h" to see hashrate on all of my 15 rigs.

Miner is still rather unstable with restarts every 15-20 minutes.
probably crash because you overclock to much, try to decrease a bit gpu clock

The machines are stable on all other different software out there - And it has been stable for months.

--adldisable seems to have done the trick for now, going to test it a bit more.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.4.4 on: April 17, 2018, 10:32:17 PM
V1.4.4
- Fixed (hopefully) situation when miner hashed in 'empty' for a long time
- Added mining session average speed display
- Removed greedybastard switch

ah, im tired. Please all of you having the 'devfee stuck' or 'miner not doing anything' problem, download this version and test.
It should be ok now.

Also removed the greedy switch. This is just taking too much of my free time, and i think the devfee % is not something terrible.

I hope everything will be stable now and i can get myself on the overclocking stuff and the API finally.  Grin

1.4.4 still crashes instantly when pressing "h" to see hashrate on all of my 15 rigs.

Miner is still rather unstable with restarts every 15-20 minutes.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.4.3 on: April 17, 2018, 12:25:23 PM
Speed seems good, but the miner is simply nowhere near stable.

Crashes 8-10 times per hour, on basically all of my rigs - I cannot press "h" to show hashrate, that instant crashes the application.

All my rigs are perfectly stable on basically all other miners.

GGS, CastXMR, XMR-Stak, Claymore but not on this.

In terms of speed, judging from looking at "stats" which works, it is on par with GGS for performance, so im sticking with that, will test again later if things are more stable.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Gateless Gate Sharp 1.3.4: Now with memory timing mods and X16R/X16S! on: April 16, 2018, 09:50:45 PM
Been using 1.3.2 for a while now, noticed that after ~12 hours on a machine with more than 6 GPUs it becomes unstable, it will not directly crash but speeds are fluctuating ~200H/s and the memory usage goes up to more than 2GB aswell as the CPU usage goes up to consume an entire core - Restarting the program solves it for another run.

I cannot load 1.3.4 here, it just never loads - I have the logo popup, and the background on the logo go black as normal, and then it just stands there using 100% cpu for ages, I left it for 15 minutes and it never started.

Dropped back to 1.3.2 and im mining again.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Gateless Gate Sharp 1.3.2: Now with memory timing mods and CryptoNight-Heavy! on: April 12, 2018, 08:58:50 AM
Great work so far, swapped my XMR machines over to your setup last night, gained me a decent 1200H/s more compared to Claymore miner, I am missing the option of using AwesomeMiner though as it makes it a ton easier to manage the servers but I can live with that for the speed increase.

They have been running for ~8 hours, no issues so far, lets hope it keeps going.

One thing I did notice, was that the default for my RX580 rig was not working, the intensity was too high for the 4GB ram, dropped it down to the same default setting as for my RX570 at it is running smoothly, I did notice that I did not get as big a speedbump on the 580 rig compared to the 570 rigs.

580 rig was ~30H/s more per card.
570 rig was ~70H/s more per card.

Same settings etc, any clue on that? Just bad luck? Smiley

The 580 machine has always been a bit slower than the 570 machine due to the memory on the cards, I am running custom bios though wanted to test things out before flashing back to stock as I would need to flash again if I switch to another algo again in the future.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: To all you AMD mining rig owners..I solute you! on: April 12, 2018, 01:38:23 AM
No experience with NVIDIA, but I have 10 rigs with 12 AMD cards on each, 9 is built on RX570, last on RX580.

I have not restarted a single one of them since January 11th, which was actually a single one, the others have been running since 1st of december..

Windows 10, havent touched them since, never had any real issues.

Win installed, driver installed, compute mode, tested clocks and then they have basically just been running since with the occasional software restart.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: PhoenixMiner 2.6: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Windows) on: February 19, 2018, 02:16:58 PM
The RPMs depend on the model, so that would be trial and error Smiley

I have had my GPUs running at ~70C 24/7 for ages, my oldest 580 is 18 months old, have been on 100% ever since i got it - Dont worry about that.

I typically just set the max temp to 80 and let the software handle it on its own.

18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: PhoenixMiner 2.6: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Windows) on: February 19, 2018, 12:15:16 PM
Phoenixminer,
My rig config: win 10 pro, 6 x msi 570 gaming x 4G, mining at Nanopool, mclock 2030, vcddc 870, cclock 1100, vcore 950, fan 80%.

Miners 2.6 and 2.7a both crash win, BSOD. Claymore doesnít, but it resets the voltages and clocks after sometime after the decree sessions I guess. Now Iím running 2.7a with -mi 8. This reduces the local hashrate to around 173 from 175 of claymore.

Please look into this issue.

Thank you.

Try give them more voltage and test the miner first. If you can run for 24hrs stable, try decrease the voltage. For my experience, the claymore hardware control is not so stable. I am now using overdrivetools to control. It 's easy to use.

Then Phoenix draws more power than claymore with reduced hashrate. Iíll wait. Thanks for the tip.

What you are seeing is that your clocks are not stable, software access the systems in different ways which can make it behave differently.

2030 is per my experience quite high for a 570, I have only a single card (570) which are stable at 2030+ - The median is 2000 on memory for my 120 rx570's

Thanks a lot for the info on mem clocks. And as youíre running lots of rx 570, could you help me solve this problem with one of my cards: I set fan speed to 100% in afterburner 4.4.2 but claymore reports 90% and this number never goes higher, so the GPU hits 57C. Iím asking because the other 5 report higher 95-96% fan speed and are running cool at 50C.
Is this a hardware issue? I have reinstalled windows but the problem persists.

Thank you.

I cannot stress this enough - Do not use any other software for controlling your GPUs than OverDriveNtool - It is the ONLY stable software for controlling it.

But in either case, 57C is in nowhere near a problem, I run mine at 65-70C, you need to remember that a GPU is built for temperatures in the area of 90-100C.

Anything below 80 is perfectly safe imo.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: AHHHHH Nicehash Legacy is making me pull my hair out!! on: February 19, 2018, 11:09:04 AM
No one advicing to use the latest drivers? I have had a ton of issues with the blockchain drivers, the new adrenaline drivers are night and day in terms of stability for me and my rigs.

I run 8x580's, OC and undervolt and each of my Z270-A motherboards, a single 1000w psu and they are rock solid.

Do yourself the favor, completely reinstall Windows 10 1709, DDU the drivers and install latest adrenaline driver, and then enjoy.

The chances of a faulty card on stock settings is very minimal, more likely to be a riser issue in that case.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: PhoenixMiner 2.6: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Windows) on: February 18, 2018, 10:15:12 PM
Phoenixminer,
My rig config: win 10 pro, 6 x msi 570 gaming x 4G, mining at Nanopool, mclock 2030, vcddc 870, cclock 1100, vcore 950, fan 80%.

Miners 2.6 and 2.7a both crash win, BSOD. Claymore doesnít, but it resets the voltages and clocks after sometime after the decree sessions I guess. Now Iím running 2.7a with -mi 8. This reduces the local hashrate to around 173 from 175 of claymore.

Please look into this issue.

Thank you.

Try give them more voltage and test the miner first. If you can run for 24hrs stable, try decrease the voltage. For my experience, the claymore hardware control is not so stable. I am now using overdrivetools to control. It 's easy to use.

Then Phoenix draws more power than claymore with reduced hashrate. Iíll wait. Thanks for the tip.

What you are seeing is that your clocks are not stable, software access the systems in different ways which can make it behave differently.

2030 is per my experience quite high for a 570, I have only a single card (570) which are stable at 2030+ - The median is 2000 on memory for my 120 rx570's
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