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Author Topic: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v15.0 (Windows/Linux)  (Read 6508475 times)
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September 09, 2018, 09:29:51 AM
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Hi guys, my RX480 mining rig is having a problem here.
2 out of 6 GPUs hang after 5 mins of mining with Claymore miner, please refer to the screenshot below.
The rig is powered by 2 750w psu.

I’ve tried reseating the risers and lowering the OC, but the result is the same.

Previosly the rig was running at a steady rate , after i relocated the rig, i have this problem.

Any advise is appreciated.









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September 09, 2018, 12:26:45 PM
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Hi guys, my RX480 mining rig is having a problem here.
2 out of 6 GPUs hang after 5 mins of mining with Claymore miner, please refer to the screenshot below.
The rig is powered by 2 750w psu.

I’ve tried reseating the risers and lowering the OC, but the result is the same.
Previosly the rig was running at a steady rate , after i relocated the rig, i have this problem.
Any advise is appreciated.



Two 750W power supplies should be enough to power your rig so we can, probably, rule out power problems (as a check use a power monitor on each supply - just to be sure).

A couple of things you could try.
Run the rig with only each of the 'faulty' cards individually to check if there is a problem with the cards - disconect every thing but the card under test.
Strip the rig down completely (leave CPU place) and re-build it, it's the hardware equivalent of "Have you tried switching it of and on again?", you never know what may have been knocked out of place during the move.
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September 09, 2018, 01:58:16 PM
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Hi guys, my RX480 mining rig is having a problem here.
2 out of 6 GPUs hang after 5 mins of mining with Claymore miner, please refer to the screenshot below.
The rig is powered by 2 750w psu.

I’ve tried reseating the risers and lowering the OC, but the result is the same.
Previosly the rig was running at a steady rate , after i relocated the rig, i have this problem.
Any advise is appreciated.

https://preview.ibb.co/ew35AU/6312_C615_F089_45_B7_BFFD_C04_DC9_D23410.jpg

Two 750W power supplies should be enough to power your rig so we can, probably, rule out power problems (as a check use a power monitor on each supply - just to be sure).

A couple of things you could try.
Run the rig with only each of the 'faulty' cards individually to check if there is a problem with the cards - disconect every thing but the card under test.
Strip the rig down completely (leave CPU place) and re-build it, it's the hardware equivalent of "Have you tried switching it of and on again?", you never know what may have been knocked out of place during the move.



Thanks brother.
I’ve temporarily remove the 2 “faulty” cards for now and will try your method in awhile. Will give an update soon.
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September 09, 2018, 07:09:43 PM
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Hi guys, my RX480 mining rig is having a problem here.
2 out of 6 GPUs hang after 5 mins of mining with Claymore miner, please refer to the screenshot below.
The rig is powered by 2 750w psu.

I’ve tried reseating the risers and lowering the OC, but the result is the same.
Previosly the rig was running at a steady rate , after i relocated the rig, i have this problem.
Any advise is appreciated.


Two 750W power supplies should be enough to power your rig so we can, probably, rule out power problems (as a check use a power monitor on each supply - just to be sure).

A couple of things you could try.
Run the rig with only each of the 'faulty' cards individually to check if there is a problem with the cards - disconect every thing but the card under test.
Strip the rig down completely (leave CPU place) and re-build it, it's the hardware equivalent of "Have you tried switching it of and on again?", you never know what may have been knocked out of place during the move.



Thanks brother.
I’ve temporarily remove the 2 “faulty” cards for now and will try your method in awhile. Will give an update soon.
2 possibilities:
- @ new place 2 cards are overheating
- connection is now worse for those 2 cards/risers/slots
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September 09, 2018, 08:59:31 PM
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Hi guys, my RX480 mining rig is having a problem here.
2 out of 6 GPUs hang after 5 mins of mining with Claymore miner, please refer to the screenshot below.
The rig is powered by 2 750w psu.

I’ve tried reseating the risers and lowering the OC, but the result is the same.
Previosly the rig was running at a steady rate , after i relocated the rig, i have this problem.
Any advise is appreciated.



Two 750W power supplies should be enough to power your rig so we can, probably, rule out power problems (as a check use a power monitor on each supply - just to be sure).

A couple of things you could try.
Run the rig with only each of the 'faulty' cards individually to check if there is a problem with the cards - disconect every thing but the card under test.
Strip the rig down completely (leave CPU place) and re-build it, it's the hardware equivalent of "Have you tried switching it of and on again?", you never know what may have been knocked out of place during the move.



Thanks brother.
I’ve temporarily remove the 2 “faulty” cards for now and will try your method in awhile. Will give an update soon.

Are you powering up both the cards from same PSU?

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September 10, 2018, 01:53:47 AM
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I’ve tried reseating the risers and lowering the OC, but the result is the same.



How aggressive is your UV? I recently had a card that had been running for a good while all of a sudden need a +10 mV increase to both to keep from hanging after a while. I was pretty aggressive with the undervolting. This was on a RX480.
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September 10, 2018, 05:32:08 AM
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When 12.0?
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September 10, 2018, 05:51:49 AM
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When 12.0?

When Moon???

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September 10, 2018, 05:09:29 PM
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Hi guys, my RX480 mining rig is having a problem here.
2 out of 6 GPUs hang after 5 mins of mining with Claymore miner, please refer to the screenshot below.
The rig is powered by 2 750w psu.

I’ve tried reseating the risers and lowering the OC, but the result is the same.
Previosly the rig was running at a steady rate , after i relocated the rig, i have this problem.
Any advise is appreciated.


Two 750W power supplies should be enough to power your rig so we can, probably, rule out power problems (as a check use a power monitor on each supply - just to be sure).

A couple of things you could try.
Run the rig with only each of the 'faulty' cards individually to check if there is a problem with the cards - disconect every thing but the card under test.
Strip the rig down completely (leave CPU place) and re-build it, it's the hardware equivalent of "Have you tried switching it of and on again?", you never know what may have been knocked out of place during the move.


Thanks brother.
I’ve temporarily remove the 2 “faulty” cards for now and will try your method in awhile. Will give an update soon.
2 possibilities:
- @ new place 2 cards are overheating
- connection is now worse for those 2 cards/risers/slots

Yes, overheating was one of the things I thought of, but screenshot looks good. The screenshot shows the rig running for only 2 minutes with temps looking OK. Would be a good idea for OP to check temp.
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September 11, 2018, 01:45:41 AM
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Hi guys, my RX480 mining rig is having a problem here.
2 out of 6 GPUs hang after 5 mins of mining with Claymore miner, please refer to the screenshot below.
The rig is powered by 2 750w psu.

I’ve tried reseating the risers and lowering the OC, but the result is the same.
Previosly the rig was running at a steady rate , after i relocated the rig, i have this problem.
Any advise is appreciated.


Two 750W power supplies should be enough to power your rig so we can, probably, rule out power problems (as a check use a power monitor on each supply - just to be sure).

A couple of things you could try.
Run the rig with only each of the 'faulty' cards individually to check if there is a problem with the cards - disconect every thing but the card under test.
Strip the rig down completely (leave CPU place) and re-build it, it's the hardware equivalent of "Have you tried switching it of and on again?", you never know what may have been knocked out of place during the move.


Thanks brother.
I’ve temporarily remove the 2 “faulty” cards for now and will try your method in awhile. Will give an update soon.
2 possibilities:
- @ new place 2 cards are overheating
- connection is now worse for those 2 cards/risers/slots

Yes, overheating was one of the things I thought of, but screenshot looks good. The screenshot shows the rig running for only 2 minutes with temps looking OK. Would be a good idea for OP to check temp.
2 minutes means nothing. Rig was working before.  Need 2 days to properly test temps, and even that is not enough as outer temp may vary much.
I just place some temp-sensitive rigs @ colder/better vented places in order to provide them to work long and even that is not enough if outer temperature rise ... Some cards just cut when over 65 celsius. Some work days @ 80s. Some mobos can't stand heat. Some PSUs too. Just 2 degrees is a BIG difference.   
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September 11, 2018, 01:17:35 PM
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When ProgPOW implementation?? I know Claymore has been M.I.A. for a while now but one can hope......
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September 11, 2018, 08:37:24 PM
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11.9 is the last version, no new versions are planned.
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September 11, 2018, 10:55:46 PM
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11.9 is the last version, no new versions are planned.

Where did you hear this from?
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September 12, 2018, 07:56:49 AM
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11.9 is the last version, no new versions are planned.

don't write this kind of things here, preading FUD is not good in this bear market time, Clay will put a new verision soon, cause we are having the 2080 nVidia series on the market, and I am pretty sure that he can make them run on a high levels of daggerhashimoto mining
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September 12, 2018, 11:22:25 AM
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11.9 is the last version, no new versions are planned.

Troll detected Smiley

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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September 12, 2018, 01:34:33 PM
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When ProgPOW implementation?? I know Claymore has been M.I.A. for a while now but one can hope......

Claymore isnt MIA, hes just living the life

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September 12, 2018, 01:40:06 PM
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Troll detected Smiley
12.0 is coming?  Wink
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September 12, 2018, 05:17:08 PM
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I think that is just a speculation. With the existence of  ASIC mining, it is more difficult for the GPU to make profit in the future.
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September 12, 2018, 08:50:37 PM
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I would say skip v12 and go straight to v20 .... you know ... like one company with a green logo did! Roll Eyes
Ofcourse you'd have to make a big leap in the miner as well, like making use of the tensor's core 125 TFLOPS or something.
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September 13, 2018, 10:36:46 AM
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thanks for information . it was so useful
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