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July 27, 2017, 10:00:18 AM
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DAG 136 and so far no fix for Polaris, everytime dag increases Nvidia fanboys make a party hehe

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July 27, 2017, 10:05:25 AM
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what is causing these weird gaps and other colors to load in the claymore console?

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This is how claymore work  Wink

ive never seen that on my other system. claymore does that on your system? a gap all the way down the prompt and different colors on the text that should be 1 color...like the fan are purple, then 1 part of the text is light blue?

No, only blue, green and white, not pink because I use the motherboard display not the card to have a total hashrate of first card, so I do not see the speed of the fan or tempe of the GPU, try to use another version of claymore, I use claymore V8.1
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July 27, 2017, 10:08:49 AM
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DAG 136 and so far no fix for Polaris, everytime dag increases Nvidia fanboys make a party hehe

I do something and i have total hashrate of my 4 card R9 390 8g, and i have 32.325 Mh/s per card ( T: 129.3 Mh/s )  Wink
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July 27, 2017, 10:13:18 AM
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Hey Wolf0 thanks for your answer

You're also certainly not setting memory timings with Claymore's miner >.>

haha  Grin you got me there :p I meant clocks not timings (English is not my native language Undecided) I edited my post appropriately

Your memory errors aren't always the byproduct of tighter timings - they can often be a symptom of your timings just being ass - different GDDR5 models tolerate ham-fisted cut and paste timing butchery less, some more.

Yeah I guess that is the case, but since that specific timings are the only ones I have found online for my GPUs (RX 580 8GB Nitro+) I don't really have a choice. Well I could always try to "discover" (probably wrong word here as well  Embarrassed ) some timings myself if I find the time

You may as well remove "-mvddc 850" - because it's doing nothing at all.

Here I lost you. I was pretty sure that changing mvddc  affects performance. Of course if you say it doesn't, it surely doesn't but I am very curious to understand why I was wrong

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July 27, 2017, 10:17:57 AM
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New drivers screw up MSI Afterburner. Anyone tried them?

I had 27Mh/s on MSI rx470 Gaming X 4Gb, with 1100/1950.
Same settings through AMD Wattman give me 25.2Mh/s Max

Edit: I upped memory at 2000 and core at 1200 with wattman and got back to 27.3. Still AfterBurner sees nothing.

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July 27, 2017, 10:23:46 AM
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what is causing these weird gaps and other colors to load in the claymore console?




This is how claymore work  Wink

ive never seen that on my other system. claymore does that on your system? a gap all the way down the prompt and different colors on the text that should be 1 color...like the fan are purple, then 1 part of the text is light blue?

No, only blue, green and white, not pink because I use the motherboard display not the card to have a total hashrate of first card, so I do not see the speed of the fan or tempe of the GPU, try to use another version of claymore, I use claymore V8.1

im using claymore 9.7 on 2 systems. the 1 system works fine, no issues. second one is doing this off colored text and spacing between text. its coming and going. not constant.
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July 27, 2017, 10:24:22 AM
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New drivers screw up MSI Afterburner. Anyone tried them?

I had 27Mh/s on MSI rx470 Gaming X 4Gb, with 1100/1950.
Same settings through AMD Wattman give me 25.2Mh/s Max

Edit: I upped memory at 2000 and core at 1200 with wattman and got back to 27.3. Still AfterBurner sees nothing.

So besides that AfterBurner issue, what is your experience concerning the EPOCH hashrate drop? Did they fixed that on the current driver?

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July 27, 2017, 10:24:48 AM
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New drivers screw up MSI Afterburner. Anyone tried them?

I had 27Mh/s on MSI rx470 Gaming X 4Gb, with 1100/1950.
Same settings through AMD Wattman give me 25.2Mh/s Max

Edit: I upped memory at 2000 and core at 1200 with wattman and got back to 27.3. Still AfterBurner sees nothing.


You have output video on your cards or your internal gpu?

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July 27, 2017, 10:31:57 AM
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You have output video on your cards or your internal gpu?


This is my test bench machine with 1 GPU only. The output is directly from my GPU HDMI.


So besides that AfterBurner issue, what is your experience concerning the EPOCH hashrate drop? Did they fixed that on the current driver?


I managed to overclock my card to 2000, but I haven't restarted the miner since, so I may have a lock screen on DAG generation. I cannot confirm yet since I am away and playing with teamviewer, so if the PC freezes I won't be able to restart it. Still waiting for my smartplug from Amazon. This is not bad but I do not think this is a DAG resolving release. I was at 27.3 before, I am at 27.5 now but with 50Mhz more in memory clock, that could be the only factor raising my Hashrate. I would not recommend this release yet, since without Afterburner, I cannot check the same settings and be definite about any opinion.

Claymore and Wolf0 should be the ones to really answer this question, since they have the real means to test bench this release.



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July 27, 2017, 10:39:05 AM
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Does anybody tries new driver? Does this drivers fixed problem with droping hash because of Dag? I am not shure exactly what version of driver should fix this

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July 27, 2017, 10:45:52 AM
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Does anybody tries new driver? Does this drivers fixed problem with droping hash because of Dag? I am not shure exactly what version of driver should fix this


I heard that new 17.7.2 drivers they are very good for mining...
I didn't tried yet coz i am still using old 16.9.2 they are very good
Who tried out new drivers?

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July 27, 2017, 10:49:53 AM
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Read my answer a few replies ago about the new driver. Waiting for Claymore to confirm though.

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July 27, 2017, 10:54:08 AM
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Besides, I expect a pretty big difficulty spike by the time a fix gets released.

So judging from the difficulty alone -even thought it may be a bit early to do that- should give us an idea that no, it does not fix the hashrate drop problem

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July 27, 2017, 10:55:15 AM
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Hey Wolf0 thanks for your answer

You're also certainly not setting memory timings with Claymore's miner >.>

haha  Grin you got me there :p I meant clocks not timings (English is not my native language Undecided) I edited my post appropriately

Your memory errors aren't always the byproduct of tighter timings - they can often be a symptom of your timings just being ass - different GDDR5 models tolerate ham-fisted cut and paste timing butchery less, some more.

Yeah I guess that is the case, but since that specific timings are the only ones I have found online for my GPUs (RX 580 8GB Nitro+) I don't really have a choice. Well I could always try to "discover" (probably wrong word here as well  Embarrassed ) some timings myself if I find the time

You may as well remove "-mvddc 850" - because it's doing nothing at all.

Here I lost you. I was pretty sure that changing mvddc  affects performance. Of course if you say it doesn't, it surely doesn't but I am very curious to understand why I was wrong


Simple - Claymore's miner cannot set MVDDC, and if it actually was putting the GDDR5 at 850mV, it likely would barely function at all...

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July 27, 2017, 10:59:44 AM
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Does anybody tries new driver? Does this drivers fixed problem with droping hash because of Dag? I am not shure exactly what version of driver should fix this


I heard that new 17.7.2 drivers they are very good for mining...

Could you please provide the link to the source... Otherwise it's BS
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July 27, 2017, 11:01:10 AM
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Who's gonna ban me? You? Jesus, I thought Claymore was sometimes a little pissy, but you're a bona fide dick.

I think he was talking to me.  Though I'm not sure why I would get banned for talking about a video card I have, that I'm looking forward to claymore's miner supporting.

Both of you. Does it not make sense to talk about Vega in a separate thread? I read all your posts and there was nothing about Claymore in it. Are you not get pissed off when you see a lot of rubbish around?

Who bans? There are moderators. And you will find it out rather soon Smiley
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July 27, 2017, 11:03:20 AM
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DAG 136 and so far no fix for Polaris, everytime dag increases Nvidia fanboys make a party hehe

every week 1 party for nvidia fanboys
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July 27, 2017, 11:04:08 AM
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I wonder if anyone else is having same issues as me. Today the hash rate dropped on all my rigs, while they were mining on same DAG, no restarts no settings changes, nothing. Just dropped the hash rate from 816Mhs, to 806Mhs, and from 464Mhs to 458Mhs on the other address. 16Mhs lost out of 1280Mhs (1.25% exactly). I'm using claymore 9.7 and Crimson 16.12.2. Hash rate dropped on all RX480/470 cards, and not on R290 card.

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July 27, 2017, 11:27:47 AM
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Who's gonna ban me? You? Jesus, I thought Claymore was sometimes a little pissy, but you're a bona fide dick.

I think he was talking to me.  Though I'm not sure why I would get banned for talking about a video card I have, that I'm looking forward to claymore's miner supporting.

Both of you. Does it not make sense to talk about Vega in a separate thread? I read all your posts and there was nothing about Claymore in it. Are you not get pissed off when you see a lot of rubbish around?

Who bans? There are moderators. And you will find it out rather soon Smiley

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knowledge of the card  if the thread was strictly adhered too they would be less than 100 pages
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Who's gonna ban me? You? Jesus, I thought Claymore was sometimes a little pissy, but you're a bona fide dick.

I think he was talking to me.  Though I'm not sure why I would get banned for talking about a video card I have, that I'm looking forward to claymore's miner supporting.

Both of you. Does it not make sense to talk about Vega in a separate thread? I read all your posts and there was nothing about Claymore in it. Are you not get pissed off when you see a lot of rubbish around?

Who bans? There are moderators. And you will find it out rather soon Smiley

There are indeed. And mostly not hugely attentive, especially 'round the altcoin parts. Also, please, quit fronting like you have clout - you're embarrassing yourself.

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