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Author Topic: Claymore's Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v14.5 (Windows/Linux)  (Read 6323711 times)
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March 27, 2018, 07:25:51 AM
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Bitmain has already developed an ASIC for mining Ethereum.
https://www.barrons.com/articles/amd-nvidia-at-risk-from-wave-of-new-custom-chips-says-susquehanna-1522082860
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March 27, 2018, 07:59:57 AM
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Goodmorning gentlemans,

I have 2 questions,

I use v10.0 is this ok? Or is better the use always the newest. I have tried newest but for some reason v10.0 works for me more stable at the moment.

The second qeustion is I have 8 gtx 1060 6 gb. Whats the max mhs ofcourse stable what I can get.
I get now around 23 mh per card OC.

Thx in advanced
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March 27, 2018, 08:01:53 AM
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and then what? they'll fork ethereum like what they did to BTC and claim it as original ETHEREUM? a.k.a vitaliks vision. lol..

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March 27, 2018, 08:22:28 AM
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Goodmorning gentlemans,

I have 2 questions,

I use v10.0 is this ok? Or is better the use always the newest. I have tried newest but for some reason v10.0 works for me more stable at the moment.

its not usually applicable and will always depend on your requirements, new version has new kernels which imprroves a bit in AMD's hashrate, not sure thought with Nvidias as I've seen recent post that it has no significant changes and they've problem on newest versions.


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The second qeustion is I have 8 gtx 1060 6 gb. Whats the max mhs ofcourse stable what I can get.
I get now around 23 mh per card OC.

Thx in advanced

Yes, thats fine

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1575547.0
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March 27, 2018, 08:31:37 AM
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Goodmorning gentlemans,

I have 2 questions,

I use v10.0 is this ok? Or is better the use always the newest. I have tried newest but for some reason v10.0 works for me more stable at the moment.

its not usually applicable and will always depend on your requirements, new version has new kernels which imprroves a bit in AMD's hashrate, not sure thought with Nvidias as I've seen recent post that it has no significant changes and they've problem on newest versions.


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The second qeustion is I have 8 gtx 1060 6 gb. Whats the max mhs ofcourse stable what I can get.
I get now around 23 mh per card OC.

Thx in advanced

Yes, thats fine

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1575547.0
Goodmorning gentlemans,

I have 2 questions,

I use v10.0 is this ok? Or is better the use always the newest. I have tried newest but for some reason v10.0 works for me more stable at the moment.

its not usually applicable and will always depend on your requirements, new version has new kernels which imprroves a bit in AMD's hashrate, not sure thought with Nvidias as I've seen recent post that it has no significant changes and they've problem on newest versions.


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The second qeustion is I have 8 gtx 1060 6 gb. Whats the max mhs ofcourse stable what I can get.
I get now around 23 mh per card OC.

Thx in advanced

Yes, thats fine

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1575547.0

Many thanks mate for the info
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March 27, 2018, 09:15:51 AM
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Hi

I have a strange problem with my Asus RX470 mining gpu's on claymore. After bios modding with only "one click timing patch", the get very  unstable, hashrate goes down and the whole system hangs. Need to plug it off from the wall in order to restart.
In stock bios they work just fine with 22 mhs  Sad

My other RX570 gpu's work just fine with a descent performance after bios mod and overclock.

Should i try to run it with old AMD kernels...? I haven't tried anything yet because I have no clue whats causing that instability on those rx470 mining cards.


NOTE: Im running Linux/ethos
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March 27, 2018, 09:44:58 AM
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just in case. is yuour memory samsung?

BTC no more than 6k by end of 2019. ETH no more than 300$ by end 2019. Huge market manipulation, huge amount of scammers and hypers.
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March 27, 2018, 10:43:00 AM
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just in case. is yuour memory samsung?


They are Elpida memory.
I didn't change memory or core clock, just one click timing patch.


I think it has something to do with claymore v11.5..!

Im testing it with claymore v10.2 and its going good for now on
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March 27, 2018, 11:00:21 AM
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The command prompt window closes instantly after running batch file.  whats happenin
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March 27, 2018, 11:12:18 AM
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The command prompt window closes instantly after running batch file.  whats happenin
1) Can you post your batch file?
2) At the end of your batch file put a pause in. This will keep the window open till you hit a key. This will allow you to read any errors.
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March 27, 2018, 03:44:05 PM
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The command prompt window closes instantly after running batch file.  whats happenin

check your folder still has ethdcrminer64.exe in it. if it doesn't you'll need to exclude the folder from windows defender
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March 27, 2018, 04:06:24 PM
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ahh, finally, i can sleep. after long haul of testing.

been trying to get 11.5 stable, aiming 0 incorrect shares but i failed.

no matter how i downclock memory, add voltage, etc, still no luck. hwinfo shows 0 memory error for 24hrs, still, 11.5 keeps sprouting incorrect shares at random gpus. it leads me to the point that im almost losing 3-4mh/s per card. meh, more like stock settings but with incorrect shares.

then i finally downgraded to v11.0 (using -asm 2 btw as it yields me better hashrate)

reverted my old stable OC

now im enjoying 0 incorrect shares for 24hrs+, more hashrate, and improved effective pool hashrate.

here are my specs btw:
rig1: 13pcs rx570 red devil (hynix;elpida) 386mh/s(with 11.0)
rig2: 13pcs rx570 nitro+ 4gb (samsung) 395mh/s(with 11.0)
os: win10 1709
driver: adrenalin 18.3.4
(with 11.5, i almost downgraded to 360mh/s per rig, still gives me incorrect shares at random gpus)

with 11.0, i only get ~1mh/s total rig fluctuation

with 11.5, even though using -oldkernels, i get big fluctuations, around 20mh/s total fluctuation and it takes too long to revert to original hashrate.

11.5 gives flat reported hashrate with new kernels, but yeah, cant make it stable without sprouting incorrect shares.

so thats all about it. i dont blame no miners, but its my personal experience.

some doesnt care much about incorrect shares, but i do, it translates to wasted hashrate.

i believe, problems to me started at v11.1 and beyond.
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March 27, 2018, 04:16:38 PM
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What does it mean? AMD GPU and Nvidea GPU's will be not usable anymore to mine ethereum (and maybe other coins) ? this is a big/bad news that I was unaware of it?
Is it very hard to buy it from Bitmain ?
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March 27, 2018, 04:30:31 PM
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What does it mean? AMD GPU and Nvidea GPU's will be not usable anymore to mine ethereum (and maybe other coins) ? this is a big/bad news that I was unaware of it?
Is it very hard to buy it from Bitmain ?

Bad news for GPU miners for sure...otherwise, we'll see.
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March 27, 2018, 04:31:14 PM
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ahh, finally, i can sleep. after long haul of testing.

been trying to get 11.5 stable, aiming 0 incorrect shares but i failed.

no matter how i downclock memory, add voltage, etc, still no luck. hwinfo shows 0 memory error for 24hrs, still, 11.5 keeps sprouting incorrect shares at random gpus. it leads me to the point that im almost losing 3-4mh/s per card. meh, more like stock settings but with incorrect shares.

then i finally downgraded to v11.0 (using -asm 2 btw as it yields me better hashrate)

reverted my old stable OC

now im enjoying 0 incorrect shares for 24hrs+, more hashrate, and improved effective pool hashrate.

here are my specs btw:
rig1: 13pcs rx570 red devil (hynix;elpida) 386mh/s(with 11.0)
rig2: 13pcs rx570 nitro+ 4gb (samsung) 395mh/s(with 11.0)
os: win10 1709
driver: adrenalin 18.3.4
(with 11.5, i almost downgraded to 360mh/s per rig, still gives me incorrect shares at random gpus)

with 11.0, i only get ~1mh/s total rig fluctuation

with 11.5, even though using -oldkernels, i get big fluctuations, around 20mh/s total fluctuation and it takes too long to revert to original hashrate.

11.5 gives flat reported hashrate with new kernels, but yeah, cant make it stable without sprouting incorrect shares.

so thats all about it. i dont blame no miners, but its my personal experience.

some doesnt care much about incorrect shares, but i do, it translates to wasted hashrate.

i believe, problems to me started at v11.1 and beyond.


It could be your Bios mod. I'm running v11.5 with the Adrenaline v18.3.4 drivers on two rigs and it's very stable with zero incorrect or invalid shares. I even increased my overclock on my ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ RX 480/580 13 card rig and got an extra 8 MH/s. On the 6 card Biostar TB85 rig I got an extra 4 MH/s.

I'm using the Polaris Bios Editor 'One Click Timing Patch' for all my cards. The only change to the PBE bundled performance timings I made was replace the Samsung UberMix v3.1 timing, which is too aggresive with this one that is much more stable.

Code:
777000000000000022CC1C00106A5D4DD0571016B90D060C0060070014051420FA8900A0030000001011333DC0303A17

https://github.com/jaschaknack/PolarisBiosEditor



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-mclock 2050,2100,2100,2250,2150,2150,2150,2250,2225,2250,2150,2250,2100
-powlim -10,-5,-10,-15,-10,-15,-10,-10,-10,-10,-10,-10,-10
-cvddc 950,950,950,850,900,850,850,900,900,900,850,900,900
-mvddc 950,950,950,850,900,850,850,900,900,900,850,900,900




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-cclock 1150,1150,1200,1150,1200,1200
-mclock 2075,2000,2075,2075,2075,1950
-powlim -17,-10,-10,-15,-15,-15
-cvddc 925,925,925,925,900,925
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March 27, 2018, 04:50:45 PM
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Oops  Grin

Goodmorning gentlemans,

I have 2 questions,

I use v10.0 is this ok? Or is better the use always the newest. I have tried newest but for some reason v10.0 works for me more stable at the moment.

The second qeustion is I have 8 gtx 1060 6 gb. Whats the max mhs ofcourse stable what I can get.
I get now around 23 mh per card OC.

Thx in advanced
I've got 10*1060*6GB Palits and I'm getting 24.3MH stable on 11.5, paired with almost useless blake2s @ dcri 45... because I do have cheap electricity:)


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March 27, 2018, 05:51:16 PM
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Been dual mining with 11.4 for a while now. Really stable. As second coin I'm mining XVG and was on antminepool, but recently switched to BLAKE2S! 0% fee and much better revenue!

Just sharing this for who's interested in finding the best pool for XVG. Anyone got a better tip? Do share!
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March 27, 2018, 06:41:39 PM
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Oops  Grin

Goodmorning gentlemans,

I have 2 questions,

I use v10.0 is this ok? Or is better the use always the newest. I have tried newest but for some reason v10.0 works for me more stable at the moment.

The second qeustion is I have 8 gtx 1060 6 gb. Whats the max mhs ofcourse stable what I can get.
I get now around 23 mh per card OC.

Thx in advanced
I've got 10*1060*6GB Palits and I'm getting 24.3MH stable on 11.5, paired with almost useless blake2s @ dcri 45... because I do have cheap electricity:)

How do you did that  Grin
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March 27, 2018, 06:47:56 PM
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-ethi 8
-cclock 1200,1150,1200,1200,1200,1200,1200,1200,1200,1200,1200,1200,1200
-mclock 2050,2100,2100,2250,2150,2150,2150,2250,2225,2250,2150,2250,2100
-powlim -10,-5,-10,-15,-10,-15,-10,-10,-10,-10,-10,-10,-10
-cvddc 950,950,950,850,900,850,850,900,900,900,850,900,900
-mvddc 950,950,950,850,900,850,850,900,900,900,850,900,900


-ethi 8
-cclock 1150,1150,1200,1150,1200,1200
-mclock 2075,2000,2075,2075,2075,1950
-powlim -17,-10,-10,-15,-15,-15
-cvddc 925,925,925,925,900,925
-mvddc 925,925,925,925,900,925

Why are you using such high voltages?
With HWINFO I'm looking how much a card draws and decrease the voltages until there's no variation. Most of them fall below 850mV. And I don't alter powlim.
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March 27, 2018, 07:37:37 PM
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I find too much undervolting affects stability. Adjusting the power limit also reduces power consumption and the heat output more than lowering the core voltage. I average ~130 W per card full system wattage at the wall.
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