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Author Topic: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v11.8 (Windows/Linux)  (Read 6182362 times)
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September 24, 2017, 02:46:35 AM
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You can mine music + exp?
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September 24, 2017, 02:59:39 AM
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Both of my air cooled Vega FE’s are pulling 41Mh/s right now.

At what power consumption?

<511w at the wall, total system draw.  Somewhere under that now, running different settings but have not measured it again.
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September 24, 2017, 06:58:13 AM
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Windows 10 64bit and yes I changed virtual memory to 16000

Win supports 8x nvidia + 8x amd max. You'll need to use linux, check out nvOC.
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September 24, 2017, 06:59:14 AM
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I have rig with 4x RX580 Nitro+ 8GB.
Yesterday I installed AMD Blockchain drivers and my hashrate raised from 26MH/s to 31MH/s.
I am dualmining ETH + SIA.
It is fine, but power consumption raised too. Entire rig pulls about 650W now and after cca 12hrs crashes, but shares are 100%.
What settings do you have? I use cvddc a mvddc at 850, gpu 1250MHz, ram 2200MHz.
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September 24, 2017, 07:36:08 AM
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Is there a limit for Claymore miner 10?  I'm mining ETH.  I have 5 GTX 1070s, and 6 RX 580s.  5 GTX and more than 3 RX hangs.  On the other hand, 5 RX and 4 GTX works fine.  Adding 1 more GTX hangs.  Anyone have idea on this?
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September 24, 2017, 07:56:00 AM
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Is there a limit for Claymore miner 10?  I'm mining ETH.  I have 5 GTX 1070s, and 6 RX 580s.  5 GTX and more than 3 RX hangs.  On the other hand, 5 RX and 4 GTX works fine.  Adding 1 more GTX hangs.  Anyone have idea on this?

post your build specs
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September 24, 2017, 07:56:09 AM
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Is there a limit for Claymore miner 10?  I'm mining ETH.  I have 5 GTX 1070s, and 6 RX 580s.  5 GTX and more than 3 RX hangs.  On the other hand, 5 RX and 4 GTX works fine.  Adding 1 more GTX hangs.  Anyone have idea on this?

You may need to underclock.

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September 24, 2017, 09:00:37 AM
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Hey guys, there seem to be a lot of people here and elsewhere that managed to get the Vega 56 to a smooth 39MH/s- ish performance at very efficient power draw numbers.
If reports are true, some of which must be running at 150W draw, which I find impressive.

I am currently running into huge problems, especially with AMD Wattman which feels like not correctly applying my settings done (especially on voltage).

I did this:

- flashed Vega 64 bios on one of my my Vega 56.
- Windows: Clean install
- Installation of latest blockchain drivers + AMD Wattman

Running Claymore Miner, just on a stock Vega 56 and a Vega 56 w/ V64 BIOS.

I start miner, get 37 MH/s. However 300W+ from the wall for one card.

- Decrease voltage: No change in Power draw
- Set P6 / P7 states to max core clock: 1000 (first, gets applied)
- Set Memory to 1100MHz clock, resp 950MHz for the V56 (gets applied)
- Decrease power limit to less than -10% -> Memory jumps back to earlier state, which however I am not able to adjust
- Even then, GPU clock starts ticking off at about 1500 again.

So it seems to me that some of the settings are being overridden.
Max I could get was 40MH/s but at almost 400W, nowhere close to reports of 39 MH/s at 150W

Anyone else experiencing fluctuating core / mem clocks or non applied voltage settings?

Thanks and cheers,
brnsted
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September 24, 2017, 09:03:11 AM
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2 brnsted

Move to vega thread - this problem is solved.
You should get 44mhs eth with 150-170watt
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2002025.msg22158253#msg22158253
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September 24, 2017, 09:19:22 AM
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@rednoW:

Thanx a lot, should've looked for that particular thread.

Cheers
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September 24, 2017, 09:26:55 AM
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I'm selling my Gtx 1060s because they are not very good at mining. Whether it was the Hynix memory, or the bad components used, I only got  17Mh/s out of each card after OCing without touching the voltage. I cut my fingers twice with the fan blades, and whenever the network difficulty changes some of the cards hashrates drops to 1Mhs. I'm getting 22 Mhs from 570 8Gb and want to know how to increase hashrate other than increasing the memory clock, thanks.

Just get out now while you still can. Those GPU's going to start taking toes.   Shocked

Stop takin a P00P at him Tongue

To the OP : Look up Bios modding, your 580 8GB should be able to get 29mh easy peasy at low overclocks.

His "570 8GB" should hit 29.5 with alt ethash coins or 29 if he is using windows 10+ Claymore 10 + Blockchain drivers. Also dual mining LBR he should get about 65 mh's with LBR or about 730 with DCR
All he has to do is A. Up the memory clock B. Run Polaris 1.64 and click the Memory Timing button to load the specific memory timing for the card. Nice new feature of the Polaris fork" and he is good to go, Also I would put the following in the Start.bat for his 570   -cclock 1175 -mclock 2050 -cvddc 900 mvddc 900 -dcri 20 (with LBR)   -dcri 25 (with Decred)

Where do you put the cvddc settings, at the beginning of the file or the end? And also can you undervolt Nvidia cards too?
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September 24, 2017, 09:58:41 AM
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I'm selling my Gtx 1060s because they are not very good at mining. Whether it was the Hynix memory, or the bad components used, I only got  17Mh/s out of each card after OCing without touching the voltage. I cut my fingers twice with the fan blades, and whenever the network difficulty changes some of the cards hashrates drops to 1Mhs. I'm getting 22 Mhs from 570 8Gb and want to know how to increase hashrate other than increasing the memory clock, thanks.

Just get out now while you still can. Those GPU's going to start taking toes.   Shocked

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To the OP : Look up Bios modding, your 580 8GB should be able to get 29mh easy peasy at low overclocks.

His "570 8GB" should hit 29.5 with alt ethash coins or 29 if he is using windows 10+ Claymore 10 + Blockchain drivers. Also dual mining LBR he should get about 65 mh's with LBR or about 730 with DCR
All he has to do is A. Up the memory clock B. Run Polaris 1.64 and click the Memory Timing button to load the specific memory timing for the card. Nice new feature of the Polaris fork" and he is good to go, Also I would put the following in the Start.bat for his 570   -cclock 1175 -mclock 2050 -cvddc 900 mvddc 900 -dcri 20 (with LBR)   -dcri 25 (with Decred)

Where do you put the cvddc settings, at the beginning of the file or the end? And also can you undervolt Nvidia cards too?

It makes no difference where you put it in the command line. As noted in the Claymore README, Nvidia cards don't support undevolting. You can adust the power limit % on Nvidia cards using Afterburner in Windows, which reduces the power consumption target when set at a negative value.
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September 24, 2017, 12:29:28 PM
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-tt not working properly. I have cards that produce very different amounts of heat, and turn their fans seemingly without any logic. I even have a RX460 that has 32°C and 90% fan. Anything I could do about it? Setting fan speed doesn't work either, not from claymore bat file nor from wattman.
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September 24, 2017, 01:04:34 PM
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-tt not working properly. I have cards that produce very different amounts of heat, and turn their fans seemingly without any logic. I even have a RX460 that has 32°C and 90% fan. Anything I could do about it? Setting fan speed doesn't work either, not from claymore bat file nor from wattman.
set fan using watttool, work for me.

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September 24, 2017, 01:12:56 PM
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I have rig with 4x RX580 Nitro+ 8GB.
Yesterday I installed AMD Blockchain drivers and my hashrate raised from 26MH/s to 31MH/s.
I am dualmining ETH + SIA.
It is fine, but power consumption raised too. Entire rig pulls about 650W now and after cca 12hrs crashes, but shares are 100%.
What settings do you have? I use cvddc a mvddc at 850, gpu 1250MHz, ram 2200MHz.

Try gpu on around 1200 Mhz.
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September 24, 2017, 03:14:04 PM
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Hey guys, there seem to be a lot of people here and elsewhere that managed to get the Vega 56 to a smooth 39MH/s- ish performance at very efficient power draw numbers.
If reports are true, some of which must be running at 150W draw, which I find impressive.

I am currently running into huge problems, especially with AMD Wattman which feels like not correctly applying my settings done (especially on voltage).

I did this:

- flashed Vega 64 bios on one of my my Vega 56.
- Windows: Clean install
- Installation of latest blockchain drivers + AMD Wattman

Running Claymore Miner, just on a stock Vega 56 and a Vega 56 w/ V64 BIOS.

I start miner, get 37 MH/s. However 300W+ from the wall for one card.

- Decrease voltage: No change in Power draw
- Set P6 / P7 states to max core clock: 1000 (first, gets applied)
- Set Memory to 1100MHz clock, resp 950MHz for the V56 (gets applied)
- Decrease power limit to less than -10% -> Memory jumps back to earlier state, which however I am not able to adjust
- Even then, GPU clock starts ticking off at about 1500 again.

So it seems to me that some of the settings are being overridden.
Max I could get was 40MH/s but at almost 400W, nowhere close to reports of 39 MH/s at 150W

Anyone else experiencing fluctuating core / mem clocks or non applied voltage settings?

Thanks and cheers,
brnsted

It can fluctuate because of high tempreture or too low power limit. As I've read the vega 56 consumes much more power with vega 64 bios.
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September 24, 2017, 03:55:39 PM
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Can anyone comment on the power consumption for the RX580 cards. I have two rigs each has 6 RX580 and both are dual mining ETH+LBC (Eth: 176 Mh/s + LBC: 510 Mh/s). Each rig consumes about 1020 Watts reading from the wall-meter while GPU-Z reads less than 130 Watts for each card. I think they should all be around 6*130 + 70(system) ~ 850 Watts total. My setting (-cclock 1150 + -mclock 2100 -cvddc 870 -mvddc 870)
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September 24, 2017, 04:13:58 PM
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Can anyone comment on the power consumption for the RX580 cards. I have two rigs each has 6 RX580 and both are dual mining ETH+LBC (Eth: 176 Mh/s + LBC: 510 Mh/s). Each rig consumes about 1020 Watts reading from the wall-meter while GPU-Z reads less than 130 Watts for each card. I think they should all be around 6*130 + 70(system) ~ 850 Watts total. My setting (-cclock 1150 + -mclock 2100 -cvddc 870 -mvddc 870)

The power usage shown in GPU-Z is for the card VGA power connectors. You also need to add 40-50W for each riser. 1000-1100 W is about right for a six card RX 580 rig when dual mining.
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September 24, 2017, 06:21:09 PM
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Can anyone comment on the power consumption for the RX580 cards. I have two rigs each has 6 RX580 and both are dual mining ETH+LBC (Eth: 176 Mh/s + LBC: 510 Mh/s). Each rig consumes about 1020 Watts reading from the wall-meter while GPU-Z reads less than 130 Watts for each card. I think they should all be around 6*130 + 70(system) ~ 850 Watts total. My setting (-cclock 1150 + -mclock 2100 -cvddc 870 -mvddc 870)

The power usage shown in GPU-Z is for the card VGA power connectors. You also need to add 40-50W for each riser. 1000-1100 W is about right for a six card RX 580 rig when dual mining.

I did not think the raisers would consume that much power. It makes sense now. Thank you.
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September 24, 2017, 06:23:48 PM
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Can anyone comment on the power consumption for the RX580 cards. I have two rigs each has 6 RX580 and both are dual mining ETH+LBC (Eth: 176 Mh/s + LBC: 510 Mh/s). Each rig consumes about 1020 Watts reading from the wall-meter while GPU-Z reads less than 130 Watts for each card. I think they should all be around 6*130 + 70(system) ~ 850 Watts total. My setting (-cclock 1150 + -mclock 2100 -cvddc 870 -mvddc 870)

The power usage shown in GPU-Z is for the card VGA power connectors. You also need to add 40-50W for each riser. 1000-1100 W is about right for a six card RX 580 rig when dual mining.

The risers themselves do NOT use anywhere close to even 40W.  The power load for risers is negligible even with six of them.  It's the GPUs themselves that are using the power.

I don't think the power sensors in GPUs are all that accurate anyway plus they fluctuate so wildly.

I have switched all my RX BIOSes to Anorak's powersave versions.  I lose about 3-5% hash rate but it saves almost that much in power and reduces heat output and wear on the cards.

When I see 6 GPUs consuming over 1000W and then I look at an Antminer that can produce 4x more revenue on 1200W I wonder why I'm even bothering with GPUs...
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