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Author Topic: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v11.9 (Windows/Linux)  (Read 6267004 times)
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April 14, 2018, 06:58:59 PM
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Can someone help me with a bat file to extract the GPU info into a text file -similar info which is seen when you enter "S"  on the console
I want to do it local on the computer and do not want to use the remote
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April 14, 2018, 07:16:53 PM
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The victimof:  Since people do their power calculations in different ways, to compare apples and apples, it's preferable to just report power at the wall divided by total number of cards.  That's all that matters anyway for determining efficiency.  By that measure, I've never seen a rig that pulls less than ~120W/card at a decent hash rate.  Za1n's 714W result is impressive, well done.  I find that believable, but I suspect Za1n is at the outer limit of reducing power without a substantial reduction in hashrate.

And none of this actually addresses the substantive point I made, i.e. that at a given power draw (say 1440W for a typical 110V circuit), it's more profitable to mine monero than eth.

Have you plugged your numbers into http://whattomine.com/ to see if that statement holds true ?


You can get the power down further if you get an Intel Low Power CPU, 35watt TDP and a mobo which has better efficiency. And do remember, you can undervolt your CPU as well or lower clocks as well. Even, using one stick of DDR4, instead of 2 is around a 2.58watts saving.

Harder to do on the Intel CPU platform, very easy too on AMD CPU platforms.

I reckon, with that tinkering on the CPU system with a Platinum PSU, his rig would be around 660watts to 670watts.

And, Za1N could choose to lower the settings from 900mv and 1125mhz on the GPUs, for more power savings.

So, he could get him down to 650watts to 660watts

And, that system draw divided by the number of GPUs the motherboard can support - 6-18 GPU variation currently.



Thanks for the info, maybe I'll look into a low power cpu, maybe that can get a rig down to 700W.

660 for a 580 rig?  Any actual evidence of that?

Give up - you're the one who wants to mix up the CPU/RAM/MOBO/SSD into GPU power draw!

NOT SOMETHING THAT ANYONE ELSE ON THIS FORUM WOULD SAY THAT MAKES ANY SENSE.

6 RX 580 Ethereum (900mv at 1125 GPU speed)rigs (including the CPU/SSD/RAM/MOBO) are using 714watts with Gold certified PSU.

Platinum PSU gets you 698watts. Low power CPU gets you to 673 watts. And, 850mv and 1100GPU speed will get the watts down to 660 watts.

Stop trying to make out it's difficult to do.


I've just never seen it.  Throwing out hypothetical calculations or extrapolating is all well and good, and maybe it's possible in principle.

Is there evidence of a stable 6 card 580 rig hashing above 170 on eth drawing 660 at the wall?  One that exists physically, not just on paper.

Metroid and xxcsu both seem to think that 120 to 130 at the wall is about right:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2238455.0

I just checked my g3900 cpu, it uses 8W max while mining.  Not a lot of savings there.
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April 14, 2018, 07:41:51 PM
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The victimof:  Since people do their power calculations in different ways, to compare apples and apples, it's preferable to just report power at the wall divided by total number of cards.  That's all that matters anyway for determining efficiency.  By that measure, I've never seen a rig that pulls less than ~120W/card at a decent hash rate.  Za1n's 714W result is impressive, well done.  I find that believable, but I suspect Za1n is at the outer limit of reducing power without a substantial reduction in hashrate.

And none of this actually addresses the substantive point I made, i.e. that at a given power draw (say 1440W for a typical 110V circuit), it's more profitable to mine monero than eth.

Have you plugged your numbers into http://whattomine.com/ to see if that statement holds true ?


You can get the power down further if you get an Intel Low Power CPU, 35watt TDP and a mobo which has better efficiency. And do remember, you can undervolt your CPU as well or lower clocks as well. Even, using one stick of DDR4, instead of 2 is around a 2.58watts saving.

Harder to do on the Intel CPU platform, very easy too on AMD CPU platforms.

I reckon, with that tinkering on the CPU system with a Platinum PSU, his rig would be around 660watts to 670watts.

And, Za1N could choose to lower the settings from 900mv and 1125mhz on the GPUs, for more power savings.

So, he could get him down to 650watts to 660watts

And, that system draw divided by the number of GPUs the motherboard can support - 6-18 GPU variation currently.



Thanks for the info, maybe I'll look into a low power cpu, maybe that can get a rig down to 700W.

660 for a 580 rig?  Any actual evidence of that?

Give up - you're the one who wants to mix up the CPU/RAM/MOBO/SSD into GPU power draw!

NOT SOMETHING THAT ANYONE ELSE ON THIS FORUM WOULD SAY THAT MAKES ANY SENSE.

6 RX 580 Ethereum (900mv at 1125 GPU speed)rigs (including the CPU/SSD/RAM/MOBO) are using 714watts with Gold certified PSU.

Platinum PSU gets you 698watts. Low power CPU gets you to 673 watts. And, 850mv and 1100GPU speed will get the watts down to 660 watts.

Stop trying to make out it's difficult to do.


I've just never seen it.  Throwing out hypothetical calculations or extrapolating is all well and good, and maybe it's possible in principle.

Is there evidence of a stable 6 card 580 rig hashing above 170 on eth drawing 660 at the wall?  One that exists physically, not just on paper.

Metroid and xxcsu both seem to think that 120 to 130 at the wall is about right:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2238455.0

I just checked my g3900 cpu, it uses 8W max while mining.  Not a lot of savings there.

I have tested a lot of CPUs!
 
For example, Pentium G4560 - loaded up with CPU miner to max it's power draw out, had an 11watt increase in power consumption when compared to not using the CPU miner whilst mining Ethereum with GPUs (measured at the wall).

THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO KNOW WHAT WATTS A CPU IS DOING WHEN MINING - MAX OUT THE CPU POWER DRAW AND MEASURE THE DIFFERENCES AT THE WALL.

Pentium G4560 (Max TDP is 54watts) - it uses 43watts when just handling the GPU mining throughputs for Ethereum.

Not sure, how you can imagine a Celeron 3900 is doing 8watts when mining Ethereum with GPUs, when the Pentium G4560 I tested used 43watts.

Turning to the thread you cited - there are people on that ANN disputing the author's skills and findings.

Kronos21 "You show the results of the GPU with the original BIOS. I have all the GPU is a modified BIOS. The speed of mining Ethereum 29 Mh/s. The maximum consumption I have 110 watts. This is when dual mining ETH+DCR. If only mine ETH the energy consumption drops to 88 watts. My rig is a 6 GPU and I use a 1000 watt power supply."

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April 14, 2018, 07:47:11 PM
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Not sure what you're doing wrong, you should look into that.
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April 15, 2018, 05:48:32 AM
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using the latest version. Having 6 RX480 and 1 1070 cards.

I used to mine ETH with about 28 MH/s on each card then I switched to altcoins and getting until today a stable 200 MH/s with my 7 cards (28 per card).
Now switched back to ETH and getting only 17 MH/s on my RX480 and still 28 on my 1070 now.
All cards have 8 GB memory.

Any ideas what is wrong?

Thx
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Which amd driver version?

using 16.11.5 now. with newer versions it did not recognize all cards.
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April 15, 2018, 09:37:53 AM
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Nice miner software, i have use it for long times, easy to configure and lite at my pc rig Smiley
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April 16, 2018, 05:10:29 AM
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There is no windows version to download..  Huh
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April 16, 2018, 07:11:30 AM
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There is no windows version to download..  Huh

https://mega.nz/#F!O4YA2JgD!n2b4iSHQDruEsYUvTQP5_w

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April 16, 2018, 07:46:37 AM
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  Hello,

I am mining Ethereum forks with 4G cards and I want the dev fee to be in Ethereum fork (DAG recreation crashes my miner from time to time), unfortunately the option  " - Use "-allcoins exp -allpools 1" options  " do not work in version 11.* . Can you please fix this.
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April 16, 2018, 12:51:34 PM
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I use claymore v11.6 via HiveOS few days ago start problems with loop reload miner/reboot rigs.

Code:
=== Last 50 lines of /var/log/miner/claymore/lastrun_reboot.log ===
11:55:12:389 27fff700 recv: 51
11:55:12:389 27fff700 srv pck: 50
11:55:12:393 27fff700 srv bs: 0
11:55:12:393 27fff700 sent: 222
11:55:13:203 35ff3700 ETH: Stratum - Cannot connect to us1.ethpool.org:3333
11:55:13:203 35ff3700 DevFee: ETH: Stratum - Failed to connect, retry in 20 sec...
11:55:14:451 367f4700 ETH: checking pool connection...
11:55:14:451 367f4700 sent: {"worker": "", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": [], "id": 3, "method": "eth_getWork"}

11:55:14:547 367f4700 buf: {"id":3,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x4dde1d47fc63b923c439f22ada15844445b652afb137256fe6b983b53b059789","0x38d7e4b9c575aa9a9da222b486ac059e7cfa04c61fb1dd58c432b72ce19ff04c","0x0112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x531207"]}

11:55:17:391 27fff700 srv_thr cnt: 1, IP: 192.168.1.100
11:55:17:391 27fff700 recv: 51
11:55:17:391 27fff700 srv pck: 50
11:55:17:396 27fff700 srv bs: 0
11:55:17:396 27fff700 sent: 222
11:55:17:675 27fff700 srv_thr cnt: 1, IP: 127.0.0.1
11:55:17:675 27fff700 recv: 51
11:55:17:675 27fff700 srv pck: 50
11:55:17:677 27fff700 srv bs: 0
11:55:17:677 27fff700 sent: 222
11:55:19:464 367f4700 buf: {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x6b17e810f82f14fd1b7360a79cf194023f3f6c74b166ac551a75da63ff4be55a","0x38d7e4b9c575aa9a9da222b486ac059e7cfa04c61fb1dd58c432b72ce19ff04c","0x0112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x531208"]}

11:55:19:464 367f4700 ETH: 04/15/18-11:55:19 - New job from eu1.ethermine.org:4444
11:55:19:464 367f4700 target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 181(2.41GB)
11:55:19:464 367f4700 ETH - Total Speed: 89.491 Mh/s, Total Shares: 100, Rejected: 0, Time: 01:18
11:55:19:464 367f4700 ETH: GPU0 15.042 Mh/s, GPU1 15.013 Mh/s, GPU2 14.984 Mh/s, GPU3 15.025 Mh/s, GPU4 14.723 Mh/s, GPU5 14.704 Mh/s
11:55:21:738 367f4700 sent: {"id":6,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"eth_submitHashrate","params":["0x553eb06", "0x000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000002ae46561"]}

11:55:21:833 367f4700 buf: {"id":6,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":true}

11:55:22:400 27fff700 srv_thr cnt: 1, IP: 192.168.1.100
11:55:22:402 27fff700 recv: 51
11:55:22:402 27fff700 srv pck: 50
11:55:22:405 27fff700 srv bs: 0
11:55:22:405 27fff700 sent: 222
11:55:24:452 367f4700 ETH: checking pool connection...
11:55:24:452 367f4700 sent: {"worker": "", "jsonrpc": "2.0", "params": [], "id": 3, "method": "eth_getWork"}

11:55:24:548 367f4700 buf: {"id":3,"jsonrpc":"2.0","result":["0x6b17e810f82f14fd1b7360a79cf194023f3f6c74b166ac551a75da63ff4be55a","0x38d7e4b9c575aa9a9da222b486ac059e7cfa04c61fb1dd58c432b72ce19ff04c","0x0112e0be826d694b2e62d01511f12a6061fbaec8bc02357593e70e52ba","0x531208"]}

11:55:27:406 27fff700 srv_thr cnt: 1, IP: 192.168.1.100
11:55:27:406 27fff700 recv: 51
11:55:27:406 27fff700 srv pck: 50
11:55:27:409 27fff700 srv bs: 0
11:55:27:409 27fff700 sent: 222
11:55:27:838 9ab64700 watchdog - fminer thread hangs
11:55:27:839 9ab64700 em hbt: 1, fm hbt: 145471,
11:55:27:839 9ab64700 Miner thread hangs, need to restart miner!
11:55:27:839 9ab64700 Rebooting
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April 16, 2018, 01:02:01 PM
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using the latest version. Having 6 RX480 and 1 1070 cards.

I used to mine ETH with about 28 MH/s on each card then I switched to altcoins and getting until today a stable 200 MH/s with my 7 cards (28 per card).
Now switched back to ETH and getting only 17 MH/s on my RX480 and still 28 on my 1070 now.
All cards have 8 GB memory.

Any ideas what is wrong?

Thx
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Which amd driver version?

using 16.11.5 now. with newer versions it did not recognize all cards.

Use the blockchain driver.

https://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-ReLive-Edition-Beta-for-Blockchain-Compute-Release-Notes.aspx

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April 16, 2018, 05:42:46 PM
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Hello,
I'm new to the forum

Can someone help me? when i try to mine eth i get this errors...
I have an GTX 1060 3gb, is it because i don't have enough ram?
https://imgur.com/a/1sYTX
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April 16, 2018, 05:45:34 PM
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hello
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Hello,
I'm new to the forum

Can someone help me? when i try to mine eth i get this errors...
I have an GTX 1060 3gb, is it because i don't have enough ram?
https://imgur.com/a/1sYTX


Ensure your swap file is at least 16GB.
Your card should still be able to mine ETH https://investoon.com/tools/dag_size
Post your mining configuration, this can help with figuring out what's wrong.
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April 16, 2018, 09:35:26 PM
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I've been trying to find the best dcri for my 13 x RX580 rig. I currently use claymore 11.5. So I made a couple of scripts with autohotkey that do the following: take a couple screenshots every hour of the ethermine site and of the command line like if you have pressed "s", every 12 hours autodetect the best dcri like if you pressed "z" and take a screenshot. Are all these information I am collecting completely useless, or not? How would you use them? How did you find the best dcri for your cards, and how can you be sure that you have actually found it? Thanks in advance.
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April 16, 2018, 10:49:18 PM
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I've been trying to find the best dcri for my 13 x RX580 rig. I currently use claymore 11.5. So I made a couple of scripts with autohotkey that do the following: take a couple screenshots every hour of the ethermine site and of the command line like if you have pressed "s", every 12 hours autodetect the best dcri like if you pressed "z" and take a screenshot. Are all these information I am collecting completely useless, or not? How would you use them? How did you find the best dcri for your cards, and how can you be sure that you have actually found it? Thanks in advance.

1. How did you find the best dcri for your cards, and how can you be sure that you have actually found it?

Start each card and use the + and - at runtime to adjust the dcri- and check the Hash rate and memory errors- once the best dcri is exceeded it will have an effect on the hash rate - now go back to the best hash rate

2. ... of the command line like if you have pressed "s
This data could be used to trigger alerts if the GPU hash rate is not as expected or has incorrect shares

Can you please post the script for your hotkey of the command line like if you have pressed "s"
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April 16, 2018, 11:06:37 PM
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This is my own file to launch the "S" to Claymore every 10 minutes (Save as S.vbs):

Dim ObjShell :Set ObjShell = CreateObject("Wscript.Shell")
ObjShell.AppActivate("ETH")
objShell.SendKeys "s"

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April 16, 2018, 11:53:43 PM
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I've been trying to find the best dcri for my 13 x RX580 rig. I currently use claymore 11.5. So I made a couple of scripts with autohotkey that do the following: take a couple screenshots every hour of the ethermine site and of the command line like if you have pressed "s", every 12 hours autodetect the best dcri like if you pressed "z" and take a screenshot. Are all these information I am collecting completely useless, or not? How would you use them? How did you find the best dcri for your cards, and how can you be sure that you have actually found it? Thanks in advance.

Why would you use that over the autodetect of Claymore? Or are you trying to check Claymore is doing it right?
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April 17, 2018, 02:38:20 AM
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Anyone has a working verge pool for someone in the US east? I tried every pool and the best I found is NL pool and I'm only getting 60% of the payout I should be getting. Unless every calculator is wrong..

I have 70 mining rigs so this is quite a big problem for me
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11.6 do increase Nividia card hash little bit, nice job.
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