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July 01, 2016, 08:24:25 AM
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Forward external IP port to the web monitoring port of the manager running inside of LAN (use your router manual how to do so) and use web browser to check the web page.
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July 01, 2016, 08:24:47 AM
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I am currently testing RX 480 Radeon cards. So far getting about 24 to 28 mh/s each card with no tweaks.
Using v4.7 and the stock 480 driver from Sapphire.
Will post more stats as I start to push it.
I hope that the new drivers will work as much as the 15.12 do with current cards.
 
I am getting the same hash great so far for refrence cards there amazing.

There is a stock 480 driver from Sapphire?

I used the Crimson 16.6.2 from AMD and I get 24-25MHs, but not up to 28MHs  Huh

OC memory to 9Ghz http://cryptomining-blog.com/8041-optimizing-the-power-usage-of-amd-radeon-rx-480-for-ethereum-mining/
Can someone help. Got 6 AMD Sapphire RX 480 . And don't know how to tune it.   When using their Strixx tune it says 0core clock, 0 fan speed 0 0 0 temp e.t.c.
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When using Asus tune up 2 - it shows correct clocks, speed and fans, but i can't change anything except fan speen.  How to tune at saphire card the Memory speed to 9ghz ?



Use WattMan that should be part of Crimson drivers

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July 01, 2016, 08:36:22 AM
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Forward external IP port to the web monitoring port of the manager running inside of LAN (use your router manual how to do so) and use web browser to check the web page.

I can do this but won't it only monitor a single rig? Since I can only forward 1 IP address?

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July 01, 2016, 10:39:12 AM
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Is anyone using RX 480s with powered risers?  My system runs for about 8 hours then reboots.  Plus the control center is the newer one and doesn't show temps.

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July 01, 2016, 10:56:00 AM
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Is anyone using RX 480s with powered risers?  My system runs for about 8 hours then reboots.  Plus the control center is the newer one and doesn't show temps.

I have the molex powered risers. That is connected to the motherboard PCIE slots as well. That is safer.


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July 01, 2016, 10:59:07 AM
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Is anyone using RX 480s with powered risers?  My system runs for about 8 hours then reboots.  Plus the control center is the newer one and doesn't show temps.

I have the molex powered risers. That is connected to the motherboard PCIE slots as well. That is safer.

I ordered some they should be here today or Tues.  Waiting for them before I add the 4th card. 

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July 01, 2016, 11:06:37 AM
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Is anyone using RX 480s with powered risers?  My system runs for about 8 hours then reboots.  Plus the control center is the newer one and doesn't show temps.

I have the molex powered risers. That is connected to the motherboard PCIE slots as well. That is safer.

I ordered some they should be here today or Tues.  Waiting for them before I add the 4th card. 

I'm still waiting for the 4 Gb 480. Maybe in a week or so, right?

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I am currently testing RX 480 Radeon cards. So far getting about 24 to 28 mh/s each card with no tweaks.
Using v4.7 and the stock 480 driver from Sapphire.
Will post more stats as I start to push it.
I hope that the new drivers will work as much as the 15.12 do with current cards.
 

Can you please tell me how did Claymore work for you ? I have a RX480 sapphire reference card with the default drivers and I can't get Claymore to work

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July 01, 2016, 11:29:22 AM
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Is anyone using RX 480s with powered risers?  My system runs for about 8 hours then reboots.  Plus the control center is the newer one and doesn't show temps.

I have the molex powered risers. That is connected to the motherboard PCIE slots as well. That is safer.

I ordered some they should be here today or Tues.  Waiting for them before I add the 4th card. 

Do not use the USB powered risers as they do not connect to the motherboard, all the 75W is from the SATA power cable.

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July 01, 2016, 11:39:17 AM
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Is anyone using RX 480s with powered risers?  My system runs for about 8 hours then reboots.  Plus the control center is the newer one and doesn't show temps.

I have the molex powered risers. That is connected to the motherboard PCIE slots as well. That is safer.

I ordered some they should be here today or Tues.  Waiting for them before I add the 4th card.  

Do not use the USB powered risers as they do not connect to the motherboard, all the 75W is from the SATA power cable.

I am using the H81 Pro BTC ASrock motherboard.
Molex powered and also PCI-USB3 riser powered from SATA cable from PSU (EVGA-G2-1300w)
My test system is running solid at 24.xxMHs per GPU for more than 20 hours!

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July 01, 2016, 11:58:53 AM
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Is anyone using RX 480s with powered risers?  My system runs for about 8 hours then reboots.  Plus the control center is the newer one and doesn't show temps.

I have the molex powered risers. That is connected to the motherboard PCIE slots as well. That is safer.

I ordered some they should be here today or Tues.  Waiting for them before I add the 4th card.  

Do not use the USB powered risers as they do not connect to the motherboard, all the 75W is from the SATA power cable.

I am using the H81 Pro BTC ASrock motherboard.
Molex powered and also PCI-USB3 riser powered from SATA cable from PSU (EVGA-G2-1300w)
My test system is running solid at 24.xxMHs per GPU for more than 20 hours!

Does the USB powered risers also connects to the PCIE power +12V slots on MB? If it does, there is no problem.
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July 01, 2016, 12:26:52 PM
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It shouldn't.
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July 01, 2016, 12:47:06 PM
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It shouldn't.

If it does not connect to the motherboard, then it might burn the SATA cable as the rated power is lower than 75W.
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July 01, 2016, 01:13:41 PM
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It shouldn't.
If it does not connect to the motherboard, then it might burn the SATA cable as the rated power is lower than 75W.

There are different risers, some connect PCI-e 12V from MB to the same pins of Molex power connector, some do not.
Both are ok as soon as you do not connect different 12V from different sources to the same circuit. That is, if your riser does not connect internally molex and PCI-e 12V then you can power it from any 12V source. If it does, then I would only connect molex to the same PSU as MB or cut circuit to remove the interconnection to use a secondary PSU for riser.

In reality I prefer to power risers from the same PSU as MB to be on a safe side.
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July 01, 2016, 01:22:42 PM
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Forward external IP port to the web monitoring port of the manager running inside of LAN (use your router manual how to do so) and use web browser to check the web page.
I can do this but won't it only monitor a single rig? Since I can only forward 1 IP address?

You can foward 1 IP address but many ports.

There are few options:
- (safe) run EthMan in the same subnet as miners, configure it to collect stats from them and forward ONE external port to a single web port of EthMan. Then you can see via browser all miners configured, but can't control them;
- (less safe) run miners with negative ports to allow monitoring only (not control), forward few external ports to miner ports, use single external EthMan to read stats from few fowarded ports of miners;
- (unsafe) the same as above but with positive miner ports, you can control them and anyone can control them :-)  say, change wallet to own to mine for himself.

I use the 1st option except I use own web utility instead of EthMan that runs directly on Linux (do not use Windows). It does not control, monitors only. But if I need control, I will add some kind of authentication to it.
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July 01, 2016, 01:29:10 PM
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anybody know how to downvolt on linux ?
Is there any way to do that ?
Or meaby if it isnt, can i do that on windows and the boot linux ? will settings presist ?

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July 01, 2016, 01:40:24 PM
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It shouldn't.
If it does not connect to the motherboard, then it might burn the SATA cable as the rated power is lower than 75W.

There are different risers, some connect PCI-e 12V from MB to the same pins of Molex power connector, some do not.
Both are ok as soon as you do not connect different 12V from different sources to the same circuit. That is, if your riser does not connect internally molex and PCI-e 12V then you can power it from any 12V source. If it does, then I would only connect molex to the same PSU as MB or cut circuit to remove the interconnection to use a secondary PSU for riser.

In reality I prefer to power risers from the same PSU as MB to be on a safe side.

Thank you this is best explanation I have seen of why to power risers from same psu as mboard!

anybody know how to downvolt on linux ?
Is there any way to do that ?
Or meaby if it isnt, can i do that on windows and the boot linux ? will settings presist ?

No settings will not persist after reboot, you'd have to flash the bios.
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July 01, 2016, 02:20:52 PM
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Is anyone using RX 480s with powered risers?  My system runs for about 8 hours then reboots.  Plus the control center is the newer one and doesn't show temps.
Check ur atx connector, soon we'll see again pics of burned ones. U definitely wanna use powered risers to drive current past this shitty 24pin atx.
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July 01, 2016, 02:58:38 PM
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Did find this interesting item - out of stock!

But, still, here they are:

http://asicminermarket.com/?product=am440-eth-miner

Main advantage on this offering is electricity works out to be 40% lower than running 14 R9 390's.

However, at this price you'd rather stick with GPU's!
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July 01, 2016, 03:07:18 PM
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Did find this interesting item - out of stock!

But, still, here they are:

http://asicminermarket.com/?product=am440-eth-miner

Main advantage on this offering is electricity works out to be 40% lower than running 14 R9 390's.

However, at this price you'd rather stick with GPU's!

The mass sale of ETH ASIC miners will kill GPU mining immediately just like it happened with BTC, LTC, DASH...  Sad

But this one really looks like a scam!

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