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Author Topic: Good Speeds on Sapphire 5830's 311.4MHash/s  (Read 22898 times)
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June 05, 2011, 06:18:53 AM
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Hey I was just curious if anyone has pushed their 5830's over the 311MHash/s Mark.

I have two Sapphire 5830's

Core Clock: 1000MHz
Memory Clock: 320MHz
Average Temp : 60-66C Depending on the Time of day.

Getting 311.4->311.89 using Pheonix Miner in Win7 without Aero

Pheonix settings.
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POCLBM
VECTORS
AGGRESSION=12
BFI_INT
WORKSIZE=128
FASTLOOP


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June 05, 2011, 06:25:18 AM
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Sorry, I mean 256WorkSize not 128

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June 05, 2011, 06:41:03 AM
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Can you seriously sustain those speeds? Are you changing the voltages?

I can only sustain 950mhz core/300mhz memory at the most.. and even that cuts out after a few hours (with stock voltages).

Are the cards all squeezed into one motherboard or are they separated from each other with cables?
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June 05, 2011, 06:44:53 AM
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Both cards on 1 motherboard no volt mods stock (1.163).

Very tempted to try and see what 1.25V will allow me to overclock the card to, STABILY.

GA P55-USB3 no separation cables. I have Sustained these speeds for about 2 days now.

I ran the cards solid at 1000/300 for about 2weeks, with no issues. Couple days ago decided to try Phoenix miner. After some trial and error found out that POCLBM gives me about 5-8Mhash more then phatk.

I have the Mobo on a tabletop, no case with two 120MM Fans blowing on the cards, with the GPU Cooling Fans at 80%.

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June 05, 2011, 06:48:31 AM
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Gigabytecoin: TriXX will let you up the voltage to sustain those speeds

Namley: If you're getting more with poclbcm than with PhatK, maybe you have the old Stream SDK? Try 2.4 instead of 2.1

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June 05, 2011, 06:53:48 AM
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What software did you use to overclock?  Trixx only overclocks one of the cards...
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June 05, 2011, 06:55:24 AM
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Both cards on 1 motherboard no volt mods stock (1.163).

Very tempted to try and see what 1.25V will allow me to overclock the card to, STABILY.

GA P55-USB3 no separation cables. I have Sustained these speeds for about 2 days now.

I ran the cards solid at 1000/300 for about 2weeks, with no issues. Couple days ago decided to try Phoenix miner. After some trial and error found out that POCLBM gives me about 5-8Mhash more then phatk.

I have the Mobo on a tabletop, no case with two 120MM Fans blowing on the cards, with the GPU Cooling Fans at 80%.


What operating system are you using?

I am using linuxcion.. and if you set multiple cards to 950/300 then it will freeze guaranteed within a few hours (for myself at least).

How hot are your cards running at full speed?
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June 05, 2011, 06:57:01 AM
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Trixx will only overclock one of the cards, due to the fact, that It would only pair profiles if the card's are Crossfired. I used ATI Tray Tools.

Gigabytecoin: TriXX will let you up the voltage to sustain those speeds

Namley: If you're getting more with poclbcm than with PhatK, maybe you have the old Stream SDK? Try 2.4 instead of 2.1

I'm using SDK 2.1

I actually had issues with 2.4 and my Cards not showing up at all, but that was back using GUIMiner, I'd had to test it out with Phoenix.

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June 05, 2011, 06:58:07 AM
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Both cards on 1 motherboard no volt mods stock (1.163).

Very tempted to try and see what 1.25V will allow me to overclock the card to, STABILY.

GA P55-USB3 no separation cables. I have Sustained these speeds for about 2 days now.

I ran the cards solid at 1000/300 for about 2weeks, with no issues. Couple days ago decided to try Phoenix miner. After some trial and error found out that POCLBM gives me about 5-8Mhash more then phatk.

I have the Mobo on a tabletop, no case with two 120MM Fans blowing on the cards, with the GPU Cooling Fans at 80%.


What operating system are you using?

I am using linuxcion.. and if you set multiple cards to 950/300 then it will freeze guaranteed within a few hours (for myself at least).

How hot are your cards running at full speed?

My Cards are running between 62-66C on Full Load

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June 05, 2011, 10:27:58 AM
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Subscribed to this thread. Interested in 5830 settings as my next rig will consist mostly of them.
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June 05, 2011, 09:46:12 PM
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Sorry, I mean 256WorkSize not 128

There is an "edit" button for every post you create Wink
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June 05, 2011, 09:49:12 PM
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Hey I was just curious if anyone has pushed their 5830's over the 311MHash/s Mark.

I have two Sapphire 5830's

Core Clock: 1000MHz
Memory Clock: 320MHz
Average Temp : 60-66C Depending on the Time of day.

Getting 311.4->311.89 using Pheonix Miner in Win7 without Aero

Pheonix settings.
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POCLBM
VECTORS
AGGRESSION=12
BFI_INT
WORKSIZE=128
FASTLOOP



Nice, just ordered 2 of these myself Smiley

--edit, if your aggression is >7 you should remove fastloop
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June 06, 2011, 03:21:29 AM
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So if I were to get some 5830s, what it the current recommended config?

Catalyst 10.11 with sdk 2.1?
Newest catalyst with sdk 2.4?
linux/windows?

And, under each of those settings, would you be using poclbm or phatk?

I only ask because as time progresses, I notice that what people do changes, and I'm wondering what has been established as "best".

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June 06, 2011, 04:09:05 AM
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So if I were to get some 5830s, what it the current recommended config?

Catalyst 10.11 with sdk 2.1?
Newest catalyst with sdk 2.4?
linux/windows?

And, under each of those settings, would you be using poclbm or phatk?

I only ask because as time progresses, I notice that what people do changes, and I'm wondering what has been established as "best".

I have the same question, but only consider Ubuntu a reasonable option since it's free.
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June 06, 2011, 04:11:52 AM
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with MSI Afterburner i can set only 885MHz on my 5830.... and get 270MHash/s with phoenix -pathk w=128 agression=12 bfi_int
i think i should try Sapphire Trixx with voltage control...

used to be a miner
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June 07, 2011, 01:36:51 AM
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So if I were to get some 5830s, what it the current recommended config?

Catalyst 10.11 with sdk 2.1?
Newest catalyst with sdk 2.4?
linux/windows?

And, under each of those settings, would you be using poclbm or phatk?

I only ask because as time progresses, I notice that what people do changes, and I'm wondering what has been established as "best".

Haven't done extensive testing but I'm currently getting about 300Mh/s +/- a few with:

Win 7 x64
Catalyst 11.5
phoenix 1.48/phatk
TriXX to adjust to 996/300 (MSI afterburner couldn't underclock my memory nearly that far)

It's been stable for 24+ hours. Would attempt slightly higher clocks, but I'm not sure its worth it.... already near 25% overclock.

Would love to see some linux results, but as near as I can tell, the clocks I'm getting in windows require a BIOS flash to attain in linux, which just isn't a risk I'm willing to take.
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June 07, 2011, 02:21:18 AM
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Someone hit 320 on this forum. 311 is good
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June 07, 2011, 02:58:10 AM
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I have one rig with 2 5830s and just ordered my second with 4 of them... Smiley 

The two I have were unstable anytime I tried to clock above 970, or memory below its normal 1000... what gives...  how are you guys able to OC them so high and they last for days.  (shrug)

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June 07, 2011, 03:05:49 AM
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I have one rig with 2 5830s and just ordered my second with 4 of them... Smiley 

The two I have were unstable anytime I tried to clock above 970, or memory below its normal 1000... what gives...  how are you guys able to OC them so high and they last for days.  (shrug)

different brands overclock differently.  Almost everyone posting the 300+ scores is using the Sapphire card that newegg had on sale for $99-109. 
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June 07, 2011, 03:56:20 AM
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At night time when i'm not going to be using my computer, I can crank the Sapphire 5830 up to 319MH/sec running at 62-65C with 1030core/315memory/1174mv
This is only stable if mining is the only thing happening. When in use for other things, I bump it down to 312MH/sec which is stable with other apps running.
I'm curious if this card will even go higher, as it really doesn't have any good airflow at the moment, just a low room temp from being in a basement. 
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