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Author Topic: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v15.0 (Windows/Linux)  (Read 6500926 times)
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May 13, 2018, 06:30:15 PM
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Claymore 11.7 has been running well for me with only the occasional slowdown of card for a couple of minutes only to pick back up to speed.

My only problem is that I can't reliably STOP the program.  I get a BSD from a driver fault whenever I try to stop.  I've tried most of this year's drivers from the 18.2 in Feb to the one before the latest.  I'm in no hurry to be current on my driver under Win10 but I am looking for that stability.  No memory errors and nothing crazy in the overclocking realm.  I'm about 28.5MHs on each of my 580s.

I do use DDU in Safe Mode when I switch drivers to get the cleanest possible install.

Any thoughts about where to look?
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May 13, 2018, 08:29:08 PM
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TPLink HS110 dude.
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Is it normal that the rig would crash after some time if I mix hynix and elpida GPUs?

I have 4 Sapphire Nitro+ 570 with elpida memory and 2 Sapphire Nitro+ 570 with hynix memory... if I run them separately then rig is stable, but as soon as I start to mix GPUs with different memory types on one rig... I would see crashes, reboots, etc...

is that normal? Any ideas?  Huh
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May 13, 2018, 10:56:24 PM
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I have noticed one of my mining rig stop or restart every so often and I was wondering if anyone could help me find a solution to this problem.

This is my bat file
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setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool us-east.ethash-hub.miningpoolhub.com:20535 -ewal arkalab.eth01 -eworker arkalab.eth01 -epsw x -esm 2 -mode 1 -platform 2 -cclock -200,-200,-200,-200,-200,-200 -mclock +650,+650,+650,+600,+600,+600 -powlim -30,-30,-30,-30,-30,-30 -tt -70,-70,-70,-70,-80,-85
pause

and this is my Log File for the issue
Code:
05:32:29:039 3d8 ETH: 05/13/18-05:32:29 - New job from us-east.ethash-hub.miningpoolhub.com:20535
05:32:29:041 3d8 target: 0x00000000ffb34c02 (diff: 4300MH), epoch 186(2.45GB)
05:32:29:043 3d8 ETH - Total Speed: 214.160 Mh/s, Total Shares: 6, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:02
05:32:29:045 3d8 ETH: GPU0 32.990 Mh/s, GPU1 33.097 Mh/s, GPU2 33.111 Mh/s, GPU3 31.570 Mh/s, GPU4 51.967 Mh/s, GPU5 31.426 Mh/s
05:32:29:473 212c checked ETH share on CPU, spent 5ms
05:32:29:475 212c sent: {"id": 12, "method": "mining.submit", "params": ["arkalab.eth01","e00e","0x855cbfac0099e783","0x8aa4b6811007cfcbcc6f3dce84fc9d2b67defc1c42c7a265a2be7f69ccc39de8","0x8ed1fe8e7a45e7cc250afd976c2b9ecb246f627904589cd8b1fd46920f7099ac"]}

05:32:29:477 212c ETH: put share nonce 855cbfac0099e783
05:32:29:481 3d8 ETH: 05/13/18-05:32:29 - SHARE FOUND - (GPU 2)
05:32:29:721 3d8 buf: {"id":12,"result":true,"error":null}

05:32:29:722 3d8 ETH: Share accepted (250 ms)!

05:32:42:908 e7c GPU 5, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:42:913 e7c GPU 5, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:42:915 e7c Set global fail flag, failed GPU5
05:32:42:917 e7c GPU 5 failed
05:32:42:919 252c GPU 5, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:42:925 252c GPU 5, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:42:928 19c0 GPU 0, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:42:930 212c GPU 2, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:42:927 252c Set global fail flag, failed GPU5
05:32:42:937 252c GPU 5 failed
05:32:42:941 212c GPU 2, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:42:948 19c0 GPU 0, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:42:947 212c Set global fail flag, failed GPU2
05:32:42:954 e8c GPU 1, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:42:952 19c0 Set global fail flag, failed GPU0
05:32:42:958 212c GPU 2 failed
05:32:42:964 1b9c GPU 2, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:42:967 e8c GPU 1, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:42:970 19c0 GPU 0 failed
05:32:42:972 1f44 GPU 0, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:42:974 1b9c GPU 2, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:42:976 2790 GPU 4, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:42:980 2790 GPU 4, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:42:985 2790 Set global fail flag, failed GPU4
05:32:42:988 2790 GPU 4 failed
05:32:42:976 1b9c Set global fail flag, failed GPU2
05:32:42:979 3d8 sent: {"id":6,"worker":"arkalab.eth01","jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"eth_submitHashrate","params":["0x6f5f8bc", "0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000016477d18"]}

05:32:42:970 e8c Set global fail flag, failed GPU1
05:32:42:995 e8c GPU 1 failed
05:32:42:999 2494 GPU 3, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:43:002 2328 GPU 4, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:43:008 1b9c GPU 2 failed
05:32:43:014 1f44 GPU 0, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:43:020 1f44 Set global fail flag, failed GPU0
05:32:43:029 1f44 GPU 0 failed
05:32:43:032 2328 GPU 4, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:43:039 2b4 GPU 1, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:43:041 2494 GPU 3, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:43:038 2328 Set global fail flag, failed GPU4
05:32:43:047 2328 GPU 4 failed
05:32:43:044 2494 Set global fail flag, failed GPU3
05:32:43:054 2b4 GPU 1, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:43:063 2494 GPU 3 failed
05:32:43:070 2588 GPU 3, GpuMiner cu_k1 failed 4, unspecified launch failure
05:32:43:062 2b4 Set global fail flag, failed GPU1
05:32:43:079 2588 GPU 3, GpuMiner kx failed 1
05:32:43:085 2b4 GPU 1 failed
05:32:43:085 2588 Set global fail flag, failed GPU3
05:32:43:089 2588 GPU 3 failed
05:32:43:221 3d8 buf: {"id":6,"result":true,"error":null}

05:32:43:934 bb0 em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 78,
05:32:43:935 bb0 watchdog - thread 0 (gpu0), hb time 1188
05:32:43:936 bb0 watchdog - thread 1 (gpu0), hb time 1063
05:32:43:938 bb0 watchdog - thread 2 (gpu1), hb time 1110
05:32:43:939 bb0 watchdog - thread 3 (gpu1), hb time 1235
05:32:43:940 bb0 watchdog - thread 4 (gpu2), hb time 1172
05:32:43:942 bb0 watchdog - thread 5 (gpu2), hb time 1047
05:32:43:943 bb0 watchdog - thread 6 (gpu3), hb time 1063
05:32:43:945 bb0 watchdog - thread 7 (gpu3), hb time 1188
05:32:43:946 bb0 watchdog - thread 8 (gpu4), hb time 1188
05:32:43:947 bb0 watchdog - thread 9 (gpu4), hb time 1047
05:32:43:949 bb0 watchdog - thread 10 (gpu5), hb time 1406
05:32:43:950 bb0 watchdog - thread 11 (gpu5), hb time 1953
05:32:43:951 bb0 WATCHDOG: GPU error, you need to restart miner :(
05:32:45:414 bb0 Restarting OK, exit...



And how to put the right value for -eres function.The default value is 2, but i dont know what the effect if i increase or decrease the value through this -eres command line

start with -tt from 80, 85 to 70... than lower clocks a bit...
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May 13, 2018, 10:57:15 PM
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Claymore 11.7 has been running well for me with only the occasional slowdown of card for a couple of minutes only to pick back up to speed.

My only problem is that I can't reliably STOP the program.  I get a BSD from a driver fault whenever I try to stop.  I've tried most of this year's drivers from the 18.2 in Feb to the one before the latest.  I'm in no hurry to be current on my driver under Win10 but I am looking for that stability.  No memory errors and nothing crazy in the overclocking realm.  I'm about 28.5MHs on each of my 580s.

I do use DDU in Safe Mode when I switch drivers to get the cleanest possible install.

Any thoughts about where to look?
What bioses?
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May 13, 2018, 10:58:59 PM
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Is it normal that the rig would crash after some time if I mix hynix and elpida GPUs?

I have 4 Sapphire Nitro+ 570 with elpida memory and 2 Sapphire Nitro+ 570 with hynix memory... if I run them separately then rig is stable, but as soon as I start to mix GPUs with different memory types on one rig... I would see crashes, reboots, etc...

is that normal? Any ideas?  Huh
Set clocks and voltages for each card, not same for elpida and hynix. Also what bioses you use?
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May 13, 2018, 11:07:16 PM
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Is it normal that the rig would crash after some time if I mix hynix and elpida GPUs?

I have 4 Sapphire Nitro+ 570 with elpida memory and 2 Sapphire Nitro+ 570 with hynix memory... if I run them separately then rig is stable, but as soon as I start to mix GPUs with different memory types on one rig... I would see crashes, reboots, etc...

is that normal? Any ideas?  Huh
Set clocks and voltages for each card, not same for elpida and hynix. Also what bioses you use?

Original with timings from 1500.

I get 30 Mh on elpida and 29 on hynix, I tried running both down clocked to 1100 and 1800 and was getting 26 Mh but they still crashed after like 20 or 30 minutes. But as soon as I remove elpida GPUs or Hynix GPUs, the problems stop, had it running for 2 days without issues - only with one type of memory on one rig. Doesn't make any sense...
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May 14, 2018, 12:08:43 AM
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@claymore
can you maybe fix miner for gpu temp monitor
when i use MS remote desktop, and run miner .. only 1 gpu show temp
when i run minier via teamviver, show all gpu temp and fan %, or i run local .. via keyboard and monitor

but, teamviver is not free, and from time to time block conncection and you must wait for another.
And MS remote desktop is builed in, free and working great

It is not related to the miner, the reason is in Windows and AMD drivers.

@claymore
Hi, I have the same problem ... only GPU0 shows temp
Here I have win10 pro 1709 with drivers 18.3.4 and your miner v11.7:

Code:
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c ETH: 05/14 / 18-00: 30: 39 - New job from eu1.ethermine.org:5555
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 186 (2.45GB)
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c gpu # 1 dt 0.15 (0%, good)
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c ETH - Total Speed: 61.963 Mh / s, Total Shares: 122, Rejected: 0, Time: 02:17
00: 30: 39: 235 1e0c ETH: GPU0 30.854 Mh / s, GPU1 31.109 Mh / s
00: 30: 41: 829 d50 GPU 0 temp = 56, old fan speed = 53, new fan speed = 39
00: 30: 43: 438 1e0c ETH: checking pool connection ...

Windows remote desktop works well with other programs and also other miners I run from command ... they show temp of all GPUs.  Cool
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May 14, 2018, 12:36:39 AM
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Is it normal that the rig would crash after some time if I mix hynix and elpida GPUs?

I have 4 Sapphire Nitro+ 570 with elpida memory and 2 Sapphire Nitro+ 570 with hynix memory... if I run them separately then rig is stable, but as soon as I start to mix GPUs with different memory types on one rig... I would see crashes, reboots, etc...

is that normal? Any ideas?  Huh
Set clocks and voltages for each card, not same for elpida and hynix. Also what bioses you use?

Original with timings from 1500.

I get 30 Mh on elpida and 29 on hynix, I tried running both down clocked to 1100 and 1800 and was getting 26 Mh but they still crashed after like 20 or 30 minutes. But as soon as I remove elpida GPUs or Hynix GPUs, the problems stop, had it running for 2 days without issues - only with one type of memory on one rig. Doesn't make any sense...
4 cards work, 2 cards work, 6 not? Looks like latest windows update...If you can test 2 elpidas with 2 hynix to be shure
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May 14, 2018, 02:20:29 AM
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@claymore
can you maybe fix miner for gpu temp monitor
when i use MS remote desktop, and run miner .. only 1 gpu show temp
when i run minier via teamviver, show all gpu temp and fan %, or i run local .. via keyboard and monitor

but, teamviver is not free, and from time to time block conncection and you must wait for another.
And MS remote desktop is builed in, free and working great

It is not related to the miner, the reason is in Windows and AMD drivers.

@claymore
Hi, I have the same problem ... only GPU0 shows temp
Here I have win10 pro 1709 with drivers 18.3.4 and your miner v11.7:

Code:
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c ETH: 05/14 / 18-00: 30: 39 - New job from eu1.ethermine.org:5555
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 186 (2.45GB)
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c gpu # 1 dt 0.15 (0%, good)
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c ETH - Total Speed: 61.963 Mh / s, Total Shares: 122, Rejected: 0, Time: 02:17
00: 30: 39: 235 1e0c ETH: GPU0 30.854 Mh / s, GPU1 31.109 Mh / s
00: 30: 41: 829 d50 GPU 0 temp = 56, old fan speed = 53, new fan speed = 39
00: 30: 43: 438 1e0c ETH: checking pool connection ...

Windows remote desktop works well with other programs and also other miners I run from command ... they show temp of all GPUs.  Cool

Disable Crossfire
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May 14, 2018, 03:44:40 AM
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Good software. Grin
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May 14, 2018, 04:32:46 AM
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Claymore 11.7 has been running well for me with only the occasional slowdown of card for a couple of minutes only to pick back up to speed.

My only problem is that I can't reliably STOP the program.  I get a BSD from a driver fault whenever I try to stop.  I've tried most of this year's drivers from the 18.2 in Feb to the one before the latest.  I'm in no hurry to be current on my driver under Win10 but I am looking for that stability.  No memory errors and nothing crazy in the overclocking realm.  I'm about 28.5MHs on each of my 580s.

I do use DDU in Safe Mode when I switch drivers to get the cleanest possible install.

Any thoughts about where to look?
What bioses?

I'm running Ultramix 3.1 with Samsung memory and just a strap copy with the Hynix ... 1750 to 2000. All are at 2000MHz.  They really clip along fairly well.  I just can't reliably stop them. Smiley

I suppose it could be worse.
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Claymore 11.7 has been running well for me with only the occasional slowdown of card for a couple of minutes only to pick back up to speed.

My only problem is that I can't reliably STOP the program.  I get a BSD from a driver fault whenever I try to stop.  I've tried most of this year's drivers from the 18.2 in Feb to the one before the latest.  I'm in no hurry to be current on my driver under Win10 but I am looking for that stability.  No memory errors and nothing crazy in the overclocking realm.  I'm about 28.5MHs on each of my 580s.

I do use DDU in Safe Mode when I switch drivers to get the cleanest possible install.

Any thoughts about where to look?
What bioses?

I'm running Ultramix 3.1 with Samsung memory and just a strap copy with the Hynix ... 1750 to 2000. All are at 2000MHz.  They really clip along fairly well.  I just can't reliably stop them. Smiley

I suppose it could be worse.
Well that happens with too much oc
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May 14, 2018, 10:12:07 AM
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Built a new rig and my hashrate is down...

Old rig:
MB: ASROCK H81 Pro BTC 2.0
CPU: Intel Pentium G3260 (3.3GHz)
RAM: 8GB - 1333MHz
6GPU

New rig:
MB: Asus B250 Mining Expert
CPU: Intel Celeron G3930 (2,9Ghz)
RAM: 8GB - 2400MHz
updated Bios + Chipset to latest version
9GPU

Dual mining ETH+XVG with Claymore 11.7
Both times Radeon drivers 18.3.1, all compute.
4 of my cards that used to mine ETH at 30Mh/s and now do only 28,3 in my new rig... Those cards are on the same PSU I used in the old rig.

OC/UV used to be 1130 / 2035 / 890 / 890
Tried pushing them to 1130 / 2100 / 880 / 880, but I get minimal gain and seem to have touched the ceiling as I start getting invalid shares and have to get back to safer levels.

This might seem silly, but is it possible I have to flash the BIOS of the GPUs again as the configuration is different? Latest Windows10, so problems with ATIFlash to check... :-(

Thanks for any help
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May 14, 2018, 10:37:13 AM
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Question here, do I loose speed or shares by using the ssl port, 5555?
Is there realy any advantage by using SSL? Got the -mport set at 0 any ways

MiningPoolHub did have a note saying that using SSL helped, in what way I can't remember and the note is now not there. Another pool also said that SSL helped, nothing to do with security but with improving the connection, how? I don't know. You could test with/without SSL and see if there is a difference - can't do no harm to try.
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May 14, 2018, 11:24:21 AM
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@claymore
can you maybe fix miner for gpu temp monitor
when i use MS remote desktop, and run miner .. only 1 gpu show temp
when i run minier via teamviver, show all gpu temp and fan %, or i run local .. via keyboard and monitor

but, teamviver is not free, and from time to time block conncection and you must wait for another.
And MS remote desktop is builed in, free and working great

It is not related to the miner, the reason is in Windows and AMD drivers.

@claymore
Hi, I have the same problem ... only GPU0 shows temp
Here I have win10 pro 1709 with drivers 18.3.4 and your miner v11.7:

Code:
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c ETH: 05/14 / 18-00: 30: 39 - New job from eu1.ethermine.org:5555
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c target: 0x0000000112e0be82 (diff: 4000MH), epoch 186 (2.45GB)
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c gpu # 1 dt 0.15 (0%, good)
00: 30: 39: 219 1e0c ETH - Total Speed: 61.963 Mh / s, Total Shares: 122, Rejected: 0, Time: 02:17
00: 30: 39: 235 1e0c ETH: GPU0 30.854 Mh / s, GPU1 31.109 Mh / s
00: 30: 41: 829 d50 GPU 0 temp = 56, old fan speed = 53, new fan speed = 39
00: 30: 43: 438 1e0c ETH: checking pool connection ...

Windows remote desktop works well with other programs and also other miners I run from command ... they show temp of all GPUs.  Cool

Disable Crossfire

What makes you think I have crossfire enabled? Huh
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May 14, 2018, 01:01:15 PM
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Two days ago I tried to upgrade miner to 11.7, hashrate slightly rose by and i've been happy, but after some time always' i've got an error "server: accept failed with error: 10004". I read a lot of messages related to this error and tried to change various settings following the tips in this topic, but finally I've tired to see this cr@p and rolled back the 10.2 (on this version the rig works stably). Damn, it's sad story, because new version has a more advanced configuration options. Sad I cherish the hope that in next releases it could be fixed.
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What makes you think I have crossfire enabled? Huh

the driver tries to activate Crossfire automatically after installation, therefore you should deactivate it after driver installation.

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TURN OFF AMD CROSSFIRE DETECTION

    Whenever Windows starts the AMD driver tries to detect other Vega cards to establish "crossfire".  We don't want crossfire and even searching for it is not good for driver stability.  We also don't want it polling to see about power states when your mining.  Here are manual steps to disable "EnableUlps" and "EnableCrossFireAutoLink" (take note of the Vega registry ID numbers as we will need them again later)
        Windows Start key --> "regedit"
            Be careful to only change entries that this guide says to change, you can mess up your computer with this program.
        Navigate to the proper directory by either drilling down per the photo below (easier) or you can search and let Windows find it via:
            Select Edit --> Find  (Ctrl-F)
            Type "EnableUlps" and select the 'Find Next' button  (case sensitive)
            It may take a long time to search...  let it work
            The search windows will eventually go away having driven down into your registry and selected a field "EnableUlps" with a value of 1 (true) - click to expand pic if needed.
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May 14, 2018, 03:43:52 PM
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Hello, the most profitable dual mining coin these days? I have noticed profitability of XVG halved few days ago? Did anyone test the most profitable dual coin? Thanks.
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Last edit: May 14, 2018, 06:40:22 PM by bluspirit
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What makes you think I have crossfire enabled? Huh

the driver tries to activate Crossfire automatically after installation, therefore you should deactivate it after driver installation.

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TURN OFF AMD CROSSFIRE DETECTION

    Whenever Windows starts the AMD driver tries to detect other Vega cards to establish "crossfire".  We don't want crossfire and even searching for it is not good for driver stability.  We also don't want it polling to see about power states when your mining.  Here are manual steps to disable "EnableUlps" and "EnableCrossFireAutoLink" (take note of the Vega registry ID numbers as we will need them again later)
        Windows Start key --> "regedit"
            Be careful to only change entries that this guide says to change, you can mess up your computer with this program.
        Navigate to the proper directory by either drilling down per the photo below (easier) or you can search and let Windows find it via:
            Select Edit --> Find  (Ctrl-F)
            Type "EnableUlps" and select the 'Find Next' button  (case sensitive)
            It may take a long time to search...  let it work
            The search windows will eventually go away having driven down into your registry and selected a field "EnableUlps" with a value of 1 (true) - click to expand pic if needed.

Thanks for detailed reply, but my cards are rx 580 and I always disable crossfire (in Radeon Settings) immediately after installing the drivers on my rigs.  The temperature problem only occurs when I use Windows remote desktop
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