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April 07, 2018, 09:03:19 AM
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April 07, 2018, 09:17:25 AM
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ETHEREUM ASIC-PROOF?
In order to make this debate a little bit more organized, pipermirriam have made a GitHub poll asking whether Ethereum should be hard forked in order to render Ethereum ASICs obsolete.

https://github.com/ethereum/EIPs/issues/958
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April 07, 2018, 01:03:05 PM
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What version Claymore's runs the best with AMD rx 570 and 580 8gb cards and what driver should I install?

On Windows, I'd go with either the blockchain driver or something around 17.11 (whatever the first WQHL version is after they added "large page" support to the mainline drivers).

On LINUX, 17.50 seems a lot more stable than the blockchain drivers, but you have to modify one of the driver modules to get ANY support for undervolting or underclocking the core.


The latest Adrenalin driver works perfectly well for RX cards. It's pointless to intentionally install older drivers.
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April 07, 2018, 01:06:39 PM
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What version Claymore's runs the best with AMD rx 570 and 580 8gb cards and what driver should I install?

On Windows, I'd go with either the blockchain driver or something around 17.11 (whatever the first WQHL version is after they added "large page" support to the mainline drivers).

On LINUX, 17.50 seems a lot more stable than the blockchain drivers, but you have to modify one of the driver modules to get ANY support for undervolting or underclocking the core.


The latest Adrenalin driver works perfectly well for RX cards. It's pointless to intentionally install older drivers.

Indeed it does work perfectly, but it also uses more power then 17.11.4
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April 07, 2018, 01:19:27 PM
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What version Claymore's runs the best with AMD rx 570 and 580 8gb cards and what driver should I install?

On Windows, I'd go with either the blockchain driver or something around 17.11 (whatever the first WQHL version is after they added "large page" support to the mainline drivers).

On LINUX, 17.50 seems a lot more stable than the blockchain drivers, but you have to modify one of the driver modules to get ANY support for undervolting or underclocking the core.


The latest Adrenalin driver works perfectly well for RX cards. It's pointless to intentionally install older drivers.

Indeed it does work perfectly, but it also uses more power then 17.11.4
The power draw is the same for me. Are you sure that your undervolt is properly applied?
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April 07, 2018, 05:40:53 PM
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I have a 5 x RX570 on spread across two rigs.  Since upgrading to 11.6, my GPUs randomly lose 10% of hashing power.  After a few minutes they return to normal.  They don't do it all at once, it's just a random one at random times.  I moved back down to 11.2 and the power loss disappears.  Anyone else have this issue?

Im on the same issue, random hash drops from 31 to 21mh (rx570/470) could someone give few advices?
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April 07, 2018, 06:45:04 PM
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- added "-epoolsfile" and "-dpoolsfile" options.

Tried to use it in config.txt file - got this  Sad:

ETH: No pools specified! Specify at least one valid pool in "-epool" parameter.
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April 07, 2018, 07:24:43 PM
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I have a problem with one of my rigs running claymore v11.6 -

- EthDcrMiner64.exe stopped working. -

The big issue is actually the stupid windows error window (the one that pops up) that "locks" my miner and it is unable to restart, or even restart my rig.

Is there any way to keep the cmd window with claymore active or to automatically close the "Error" popup window?

Much appreciated.
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April 07, 2018, 07:33:22 PM
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ETHEREUM ASIC-PROOF?
In order to make this debate a little bit more organized, pipermirriam have made a GitHub poll asking whether Ethereum should be hard forked in order to render Ethereum ASICs obsolete.

https://github.com/ethereum/EIPs/issues/958

That poll was closed before your post about it was made, and the ETH dev team has already stated they will not waste time forking ETH over the E3 - but do reserve the option to do so if something more powerful shows up.


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April 07, 2018, 07:35:00 PM
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What version Claymore's runs the best with AMD rx 570 and 580 8gb cards and what driver should I install?

On Windows, I'd go with either the blockchain driver or something around 17.11 (whatever the first WQHL version is after they added "large page" support to the mainline drivers).

On LINUX, 17.50 seems a lot more stable than the blockchain drivers, but you have to modify one of the driver modules to get ANY support for undervolting or underclocking the core.


The latest Adrenalin driver works perfectly well for RX cards. It's pointless to intentionally install older drivers.

Does it work with BIOS modded cards?
I've seen conflicting info about which Adrenalin drivers do so and which don't.

That's also why Claymore's recommendation of 16.12.x made ZERO sense, as 16.11.x and up DISABLED support for BIOS modded cards while 16.9.x and 16.10.x DID work with them.

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April 07, 2018, 08:25:15 PM
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What version Claymore's runs the best with AMD rx 570 and 580 8gb cards and what driver should I install?

On Windows, I'd go with either the blockchain driver or something around 17.11 (whatever the first WQHL version is after they added "large page" support to the mainline drivers).

On LINUX, 17.50 seems a lot more stable than the blockchain drivers, but you have to modify one of the driver modules to get ANY support for undervolting or underclocking the core.


The latest Adrenalin driver works perfectly well for RX cards. It's pointless to intentionally install older drivers.

Does it work with BIOS modded cards?
I've seen conflicting info about which Adrenalin drivers do so and which don't.

That's also why Claymore's recommendation of 16.12.x made ZERO sense, as 16.11.x and up DISABLED support for BIOS modded cards while 16.9.x and 16.10.x DID work with them.


Blockchain performed best for me for a long time.  But recently I tried 18.12 with 11.6 on my 12-card mixed rig and it's more stable and slightly (very slightly) higher hash rate.

I have custom bioses.
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April 07, 2018, 10:41:43 PM
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What version Claymore's runs the best with AMD rx 570 and 580 8gb cards and what driver should I install?

On Windows, I'd go with either the blockchain driver or something around 17.11 (whatever the first WQHL version is after they added "large page" support to the mainline drivers).

On LINUX, 17.50 seems a lot more stable than the blockchain drivers, but you have to modify one of the driver modules to get ANY support for undervolting or underclocking the core.


The latest Adrenalin driver works perfectly well for RX cards. It's pointless to intentionally install older drivers.

Does it work with BIOS modded cards?
I've seen conflicting info about which Adrenalin drivers do so and which don't.

That's also why Claymore's recommendation of 16.12.x made ZERO sense, as 16.11.x and up DISABLED support for BIOS modded cards while 16.9.x and 16.10.x DID work with them.

I'm using the latest AMD Adrenalin drivers and latest Claymore miner and they work perfectly on my RX570 with custom BIOS.
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April 08, 2018, 04:08:20 AM
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April 08, 2018, 07:59:56 AM
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Still learning here...

The first page still says "10xx cards in Windows 10 x64: just use latest 372.54 drivers from Nvidia website"

It appears that 372.54 is about a year and a half old. Is that really best or should I use the latest (which is now 391.35)?

Thanks!

373.06 is probably the best overall driver for anything before the 1070 ti - not sure on Windows for that GPU or the 1050/1050ti but LINUX mining likes 384.98 very well indeed and that version works stable with older cards as well.




Thanks! I'll give that a try... is it because it's simply stable or that one can overclock cards higher than when using newer drivers? (I have 1060 6GB cards)
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April 08, 2018, 12:06:28 PM
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Hello Gents,

I would like to share my issue using claymore (new or old) versions.
My RIG consists of 3 AMD and 7 Nvidia (2x1080 and 5x1080Ti).
When i ran it for mining only Ethereum, there's a "Cuda error 11 - cannot write buffer for DAG".
I already put VM max to 16000MB , but still it will show this error.

Experiment 1 : I separate running my bat file for the 3 AMD ( -platform 1 , all are working and running ), then ran the 7 Nvidia bat file (-platform 2, 2-3 cards has this error)
Experiment 2 : I ran in one bat file (-platform 3) all AMD and Nvidia Cards, results still the same 2-3 cards has the error.
Experiment 3 : I ran in one bat file (-platform 3 , -di 01234567), AMD and Nvidia ( excluding 2 cards  - either AMD or Nvidia) it works fine and continuously running..

So , is there any limitation for the claymore miner in number of cards in RIG?

Thanks and much appreciated if you can clear this up..

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April 08, 2018, 12:19:36 PM
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Hello Gents,

I would like to share my issue using claymore (new or old) versions.
My RIG consists of 3 AMD and 7 Nvidia (2x1080 and 5x1080Ti).
When i ran it for mining only Ethereum, there's a "Cuda error 11 - cannot write buffer for DAG".
I already put VM max to 16000MB , but still it will show this error.

Experiment 1 : I separate running my bat file for the 3 AMD ( -platform 1 , all are working and running ), then ran the 7 Nvidia bat file (-platform 2, 2-3 cards has this error)
Experiment 2 : I ran in one bat file (-platform 3) all AMD and Nvidia Cards, results still the same 2-3 cards has the error.
Experiment 3 : I ran in one bat file (-platform 3 , -di 01234567), AMD and Nvidia ( excluding 2 cards  - either AMD or Nvidia) it works fine and continuously running..

So , is there any limitation for the claymore miner in number of cards in RIG?

Thanks and much appreciated if you can clear this up..



Try VM 32000
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April 08, 2018, 12:31:54 PM
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Hello Gents,

I would like to share my issue using claymore (new or old) versions.
My RIG consists of 3 AMD and 7 Nvidia (2x1080 and 5x1080Ti).
When i ran it for mining only Ethereum, there's a "Cuda error 11 - cannot write buffer for DAG".
I already put VM max to 16000MB , but still it will show this error.

Experiment 1 : I separate running my bat file for the 3 AMD ( -platform 1 , all are working and running ), then ran the 7 Nvidia bat file (-platform 2, 2-3 cards has this error)
Experiment 2 : I ran in one bat file (-platform 3) all AMD and Nvidia Cards, results still the same 2-3 cards has the error.
Experiment 3 : I ran in one bat file (-platform 3 , -di 01234567), AMD and Nvidia ( excluding 2 cards  - either AMD or Nvidia) it works fine and continuously running..

So , is there any limitation for the claymore miner in number of cards in RIG?

Thanks and much appreciated if you can clear this up..



Try VM 32000

Thanks for the response, i will try and check..
Will inform you..

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April 08, 2018, 02:05:39 PM
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April 08, 2018, 04:20:26 PM
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What version Claymore's runs the best with AMD rx 570 and 580 8gb cards and what driver should I install?

On Windows, I'd go with either the blockchain driver or something around 17.11 (whatever the first WQHL version is after they added "large page" support to the mainline drivers).

On LINUX, 17.50 seems a lot more stable than the blockchain drivers, but you have to modify one of the driver modules to get ANY support for undervolting or underclocking the core.


The latest Adrenalin driver works perfectly well for RX cards. It's pointless to intentionally install older drivers.

Does it work with BIOS modded cards?
I've seen conflicting info about which Adrenalin drivers do so and which don't.

That's also why Claymore's recommendation of 16.12.x made ZERO sense, as 16.11.x and up DISABLED support for BIOS modded cards while 16.9.x and 16.10.x DID work with them.


You will get much better performance, in my experience, from the latest Adrenaline drivers.

Here is the trick for modded bios files:  If these are fresh cards, apply the bios mods using ATIFlash, install the new driver but do not restart.

After installing the Adrenaline drivers on a rig whose cards have modded RX bios mods, run 1.4.6 of atikmdag-patcher.exe prior to restarting.  Then restart.  All should be good.

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April 08, 2018, 04:40:06 PM
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Hello Gents,

I would like to share my issue using claymore (new or old) versions.
My RIG consists of 3 AMD and 7 Nvidia (2x1080 and 5x1080Ti).
When i ran it for mining only Ethereum, there's a "Cuda error 11 - cannot write buffer for DAG".
I already put VM max to 16000MB , but still it will show this error.

Experiment 1 : I separate running my bat file for the 3 AMD ( -platform 1 , all are working and running ), then ran the 7 Nvidia bat file (-platform 2, 2-3 cards has this error)
Experiment 2 : I ran in one bat file (-platform 3) all AMD and Nvidia Cards, results still the same 2-3 cards has the error.
Experiment 3 : I ran in one bat file (-platform 3 , -di 01234567), AMD and Nvidia ( excluding 2 cards  - either AMD or Nvidia) it works fine and continuously running..

So , is there any limitation for the claymore miner in number of cards in RIG?

Thanks and much appreciated if you can clear this up..



Try VM 32000

Thanks for the response, i will try and check..
Will inform you..



@AzzAz , Many thanks for your suggestion... currently after changing it to 32000 it run successfully for few minutes now.
I will observed further...

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