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September 26, 2016, 08:11:49 AM
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ohGodAGirl- I did not mean to offend you.

Here are some settings that have been useful for me on 390/290's
Worksize- 256 runs well at xI of 190
Worksize of 192 works well at xI of 167-170

Those are on 1100/1250 clocks


You didn't mate! Don't stress.

Just want to make sure folks understand that one or two HWs are normal and to be expected.

Thank you for sharing the settings!

After one hour hashing,I have 50 hardware errors in one card. If I increase the xintensity from 256 to 1024, there will be hundreds in one hour.

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September 26, 2016, 08:49:17 AM
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ohGodAGirl- I did not mean to offend you.

Here are some settings that have been useful for me on 390/290's
Worksize- 256 runs well at xI of 190
Worksize of 192 works well at xI of 167-170

Those are on 1100/1250 clocks


You didn't mate! Don't stress.

Just want to make sure folks understand that one or two HWs are normal and to be expected.

Thank you for sharing the settings!

After one hour hashing,I have 50 hardware errors in one card. If I increase the xintensity from 256 to 1024, there will be hundreds in one hour.

Maybe stop using xintensity.. :p

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September 26, 2016, 09:04:04 AM
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ohGodAGirl- I did not mean to offend you.

Here are some settings that have been useful for me on 390/290's
Worksize- 256 runs well at xI of 190
Worksize of 192 works well at xI of 167-170

Those are on 1100/1250 clocks


You didn't mate! Don't stress.

Just want to make sure folks understand that one or two HWs are normal and to be expected.

Thank you for sharing the settings!

After one hour hashing,I have 50 hardware errors in one card. If I increase the xintensity from 256 to 1024, there will be hundreds in one hour.

Maybe stop using xintensity.. :p

I tried your rawintensity value, similar results. Your raw intensity is similar to xI = 2048.

How many HW do you get in one hour mining for your R9 390?

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September 26, 2016, 09:13:21 AM
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ohGodAGirl- I did not mean to offend you.

Here are some settings that have been useful for me on 390/290's
Worksize- 256 runs well at xI of 190
Worksize of 192 works well at xI of 167-170

Those are on 1100/1250 clocks


You didn't mate! Don't stress.

Just want to make sure folks understand that one or two HWs are normal and to be expected.

Thank you for sharing the settings!

After one hour hashing,I have 50 hardware errors in one card. If I increase the xintensity from 256 to 1024, there will be hundreds in one hour.

Maybe stop using xintensity.. :p

I tried your rawintensity value, similar results. Your raw intensity is similar to xI = 2048.

How many HW do you get in one hour mining for your R9 390?

After 8 days, non stop, 11620 hw errors :p (but still running smooth) Wink

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September 26, 2016, 10:26:33 AM
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After 8 days, non stop, 11620 hw errors :p (but still running smooth) Wink

This miner runs ok with hawaii and tahiti but I cannot find good params for new rx480 and rx470 ((
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September 26, 2016, 01:33:13 PM
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After 8 days, non stop, 11620 hw errors :p (but still running smooth) Wink

This miner runs ok with hawaii and tahiti but I cannot find good params for new rx480 and rx470 ((

Do you get better share rate which are accepted by pools? Is that better than the Claymore or ethminer?



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September 26, 2016, 04:49:35 PM
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I've done some more testing, trying different xI and rI values, and can say the following:
1) Hawaii performance is great; as good or better than Claymore & Genoil.
2) Tonga performance is about the same as Claymore & Genoil.
3) Pitcairn performance sucks; ~10% slower than Claymore & Genoil.

@Wolf0, any plans to tune this up for Pitcairn?

edit: I just figured out the miner is controlling the GPU clock rates, and dropping the core on the R7 370 to 1020 from the 1125 I had set.  I think it is the "auto-gpu" setting... will see how things work with the right clock speeds.

edit2: So Pitcairn performance doesn't suck, it's just sub-par.  At 1125/1500 I get 13.8, vs 14.4 with Claymore and 14.3 with Genoil's.
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September 26, 2016, 05:37:30 PM
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I've done some more testing, trying different xI and rI values, and can say the following:
1) Hawaii performance is great; as good or better than Claymore & Genoil.
2) Tonga performance is about the same as Claymore & Genoil.
3) Pitcairn performance sucks; ~10% slower than Claymore & Genoil.

@Wolf0, any plans to tune this up for Pitcairn?


What are your work size, thread concurrency, intensity values for the R9390? What is your 390 setting?
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September 26, 2016, 05:54:15 PM
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I've done some more testing, trying different xI and rI values, and can say the following:
1) Hawaii performance is great; as good or better than Claymore & Genoil.
2) Tonga performance is about the same as Claymore & Genoil.
3) Pitcairn performance sucks; ~10% slower than Claymore & Genoil.

@Wolf0, any plans to tune this up for Pitcairn?


What are your work size, thread concurrency, intensity values for the R9390? What is your 390 setting?

Where did I say I have an R9 390?
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September 26, 2016, 06:12:43 PM
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After 8 days, non stop, 11620 hw errors :p (but still running smooth) Wink

This miner runs ok with hawaii and tahiti but I cannot find good params for new rx480 and rx470 ((

Do you get better share rate which are accepted by pools? Is that better than the Claymore or ethminer?
I didn't make thorough tests. It was rather quick and them I returned to Claymore's cause I have some Polaris cards in the rigs.
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September 26, 2016, 07:47:43 PM
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I've done some more testing, trying different xI and rI values, and can say the following:
1) Hawaii performance is great; as good or better than Claymore & Genoil.
2) Tonga performance is about the same as Claymore & Genoil.
3) Pitcairn performance sucks; ~10% slower than Claymore & Genoil.

@Wolf0, any plans to tune this up for Pitcairn?


What are your work size, thread concurrency, intensity values for the R9390? What is your 390 setting?

Where did I say I have an R9 390?


You mentioned Hawaii cards.

There are only two Hawaii cards, the R9 390 or the 390X graphics cards.

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September 26, 2016, 08:11:40 PM
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I've done some more testing, trying different xI and rI values, and can say the following:
1) Hawaii performance is great; as good or better than Claymore & Genoil.
2) Tonga performance is about the same as Claymore & Genoil.
3) Pitcairn performance sucks; ~10% slower than Claymore & Genoil.

@Wolf0, any plans to tune this up for Pitcairn?


What are your work size, thread concurrency, intensity values for the R9390? What is your 390 setting?

Where did I say I have an R9 390?


You mentioned Hawaii cards.

There are only two Hawaii cards, the R9 390 or the 390X graphics cards.

You forgot the 290, 290x, 295x2(Dual Hawaii "Vesuvius") Wink

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September 26, 2016, 08:17:43 PM
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I've done some more testing, trying different xI and rI values, and can say the following:
1) Hawaii performance is great; as good or better than Claymore & Genoil.
2) Tonga performance is about the same as Claymore & Genoil.
3) Pitcairn performance sucks; ~10% slower than Claymore & Genoil.

@Wolf0, any plans to tune this up for Pitcairn?

edit: I just figured out the miner is controlling the GPU clock rates, and dropping the core on the R7 370 to 1020 from the 1125 I had set.  I think it is the "auto-gpu" setting... will see how things work with the right clock speeds.

edit2: So Pitcairn performance doesn't suck, it's just sub-par.  At 1125/1500 I get 13.8, vs 14.4 with Claymore and 14.3 with Genoil's.


Yes. We will tune this up later. First, we're working on adding support for other coins and cleaning up SGMiner. Then, we'll be doing tuning and performance increases. Just give it time.
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September 27, 2016, 12:25:09 AM
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After a lot of trial and error, I'm using 64/xI:896 on Hawaii and Tonga.  That also gives me the best results on Pitcairn (though still not as good as Genoil's).
xI:1024 isn't any better, and since I think worksize * shaders * xI gives OpenCL work-items per kernel itteration, larger xI values will increase the stale share rate.

And don't forget to turn off auto-gpu if you are already controlling your GPU clock rate.
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September 27, 2016, 10:30:44 AM
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Thank you for your investigations guys!
So here is my piece of:

        "worksize": "192",
        "name": "eth",
        "algorithm": "ethash",
        "gpu-threads": "2",
        "xintensity": "4608"

Gives me robust 24 Mh/s at Dwarf at *stock clocks* via HIS RX 480 8Gb version Roaring

We need some improvements guys you know.

And options explanation for dummies like me.
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September 27, 2016, 04:03:12 PM
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I've done some more testing, trying different xI and rI values, and can say the following:
1) Hawaii performance is great; as good or better than Claymore & Genoil.
2) Tonga performance is about the same as Claymore & Genoil.
3) Pitcairn performance sucks; ~10% slower than Claymore & Genoil.

@Wolf0, any plans to tune this up for Pitcairn?


What are your work size, thread concurrency, intensity values for the R9390? What is your 390 setting?

Where did I say I have an R9 390?


You mentioned Hawaii cards.

There are only two Hawaii cards, the R9 390 or the 390X graphics cards.

You forgot the 290, 290x, 295x2(Dual Hawaii "Vesuvius") Wink

There is little difference between the 290 and 290x or  the 390 and 390x. I think we use similar settings for them.

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September 27, 2016, 04:10:11 PM
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Thank you for your investigations guys!
So here is my piece of:

        "worksize": "192",
        "name": "eth",
        "algorithm": "ethash",
        "gpu-threads": "2",
        "xintensity": "4608"

Gives me robust 24 Mh/s at Dwarf at *stock clocks* via HIS RX 480 8Gb version Roaring

We need some improvements guys you know.

And options explanation for dummies like me.

RTFM
https://github.com/genesismining/sgminer-gm/blob/master/doc/configuration.md
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September 28, 2016, 11:46:01 AM
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Just noticed this miner automatically determines the eth stratum protocol mode of the pool it is connecting to, at least for dwarf vs coinotron mode.  Something I may try to add to Genoil's...
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September 28, 2016, 04:07:11 PM
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Just noticed this miner automatically determines the eth stratum protocol mode of the pool it is connecting to, at least for dwarf vs coinotron mode.  Something I may try to add to Genoil's...


That could be true. I just connected to the ethpool.org. I did not change anything in the mode for the stratum.
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September 28, 2016, 04:45:48 PM
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Just noticed this miner automatically determines the eth stratum protocol mode of the pool it is connecting to, at least for dwarf vs coinotron mode.  Something I may try to add to Genoil's...


Strange, when I tried it did not want to connect to dwarfpool's 8080 8008 port, only http 80 port was working.
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