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March 16, 2017, 07:34:28 AM
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...never got above 550 in linux until I did a memory strap (1500 copied up), and now I'm getting solid 600 on stock settings.  They run pretty hot but I think that's due to crappy reference design fan.
I have ~570h/s on 2 cards and 630h/s on the 3rd. Didn't use overclocking yet. What tool did you use to change the memory strap? Do you experience crashes like  "GPU DEAD" or system hangs after a couple of hours?

The problem with ADL is the absense of the file 'libatiadlxx.so' which is nowhere to find and which (according to ADL API docs) must be supplied with AMDGPU driver in: "Linux 64-bit Runtimes (64-bit OS): /usr/X11R6/lib64/Libatiadlxx.so". To monitor sensors I use 'watch -n 5 sensors'.

How to run 'sgminer' as a daemon AND monitor it's state? I've tried to run it detached from a terminal (with "&" at the end) and redirecting the stdout to a text file. But the file happens to be filled with a crap. It seems like 'sgminer' sends there a positioning symbols which are good for text-based GUI, but looks crappy in a text file.
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March 16, 2017, 08:22:02 AM
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RX480 with HW error  about 1HW/min.. how to fix? -rawintensity 504 -w 4 -g 2  win7.

You need to reduce the intensity or clock frequency.
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March 16, 2017, 08:22:59 AM
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...never got above 550 in linux until I did a memory strap (1500 copied up), and now I'm getting solid 600 on stock settings.  They run pretty hot but I think that's due to crappy reference design fan.
I have ~570h/s on 2 cards and 630h/s on the 3rd. Didn't use overclocking yet. What tool did you use to change the memory strap? Do you experience crashes like  "GPU DEAD" or system hangs after a couple of hours?

The problem with ADL is the absense of the file 'libatiadlxx.so' which is nowhere to find and which (according to ADL API docs) must be supplied with AMDGPU driver in: "Linux 64-bit Runtimes (64-bit OS): /usr/X11R6/lib64/Libatiadlxx.so". To monitor sensors I use 'watch -n 5 sensors'.

How to run 'sgminer' as a daemon AND monitor it's state? I've tried to run it detached from a terminal (with "&" at the end) and redirecting the stdout to a text file. But the file happens to be filled with a crap. It seems like 'sgminer' sends there a positioning symbols which are good for text-based GUI, but looks crappy in a text file.

Try using screen.

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March 16, 2017, 08:48:44 AM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

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March 16, 2017, 08:58:20 AM
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Try using screen.

Of course terminal screen works. But the question is: how to run 'sgminer' as a daemon AND monitor it's state? I don't want to have 'sgminer' always be bound to my laptop. And all unix daemons have the ability to write logs or at least check their status with "status" signal ('systemctl status' command).
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March 16, 2017, 09:23:34 AM
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Try using screen.

Of course terminal screen works. But the question is: how to run 'sgminer' as a daemon AND monitor it's state? I don't want to have 'sgminer' always be bound to my laptop. And all unix daemons have the ability to write logs or at least check their status with "status" signal ('systemctl status' command).

Oh, try -T - will disable the curses output and log regularly to stdout.

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March 16, 2017, 12:22:10 PM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

NICEHASH MODIFIED SGMINER-GM--

The version you want is a NiceHash modification of the open-source SGminer-GM.  You will find it with the other NiceHash softwares, just look a he NiceHash website.       --scryptr

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March 16, 2017, 01:32:31 PM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

NICEHASH MODIFIED SGMINER-GM--

The version you want is a NiceHash modification of the open-source SGminer-GM.  You will find it with the other NiceHash softwares, just look a he NiceHash website.       --scryptr

Do you mean https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer/releases

I only saw 5.5.0a, sgminer v5.6.0, not the sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8

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March 16, 2017, 01:51:10 PM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

NICEHASH MODIFIED SGMINER-GM--

The version you want is a NiceHash modification of the open-source SGminer-GM.  You will find it with the other NiceHash softwares, just look a he NiceHash website.       --scryptr

Do you mean https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer/releases

I only saw 5.5.0a, sgminer v5.6.0, not the sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=sgminer-gm+nicehash
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March 16, 2017, 03:09:43 PM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

NICEHASH MODIFIED SGMINER-GM--

The version you want is a NiceHash modification of the open-source SGminer-GM.  You will find it with the other NiceHash softwares, just look a he NiceHash website.       --scryptr

Do you mean https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer/releases

I only saw 5.5.0a, sgminer v5.6.0, not the sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=sgminer-gm+nicehash

This version v5.5.5-8 works well with Nicehash.

Previous versions have this awful issue with high or 100% rejects.

ri 1008 w 8.... seems to be best settings.

Run sgminer in Linux for best performance and stability

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March 16, 2017, 06:28:39 PM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

NICEHASH MODIFIED SGMINER-GM--

The version you want is a NiceHash modification of the open-source SGminer-GM.  You will find it with the other NiceHash softwares, just look a he NiceHash website.       --scryptr

Do you mean https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer/releases

I only saw 5.5.0a, sgminer v5.6.0, not the sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=sgminer-gm+nicehash

This version v5.5.5-8 works well with Nicehash.

Previous versions have this awful issue with high or 100% rejects.

ri 1008 w 8.... seems to be best settings.

Run sgminer in Linux for best performance and stability

What is the required driver version? I tried that with the 15.12 or 16.9.2 for my R9 390, it does not work. It just showed the first two lines of commands.

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March 16, 2017, 08:58:55 PM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

NICEHASH MODIFIED SGMINER-GM--

The version you want is a NiceHash modification of the open-source SGminer-GM.  You will find it with the other NiceHash softwares, just look a he NiceHash website.       --scryptr

Do you mean https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer/releases

I only saw 5.5.0a, sgminer v5.6.0, not the sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8

NICEHASH SGMINER-GM--

Yes, NiceHash has modified their own classic SGminer as well, but NH specifically has a branch of SGminer-GM.  Here is the official link:  https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer-gm/releases .

I apologize for the confusion. There are many branches of SGminer by various coders.  SGminer-GM has been modified by NiceHash, and the NH staff has retained its name.  The latest NH version is still v5.5.5-8.  The latest version of Wolf0's work for Genesis Mining is v5.5.5.

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March 16, 2017, 09:07:03 PM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

NICEHASH MODIFIED SGMINER-GM--

The version you want is a NiceHash modification of the open-source SGminer-GM.  You will find it with the other NiceHash softwares, just look a he NiceHash website.       --scryptr

Do you mean https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer/releases

I only saw 5.5.0a, sgminer v5.6.0, not the sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=sgminer-gm+nicehash

This version v5.5.5-8 works well with Nicehash.

Previous versions have this awful issue with high or 100% rejects.

ri 1008 w 8.... seems to be best settings.

Run sgminer in Linux for best performance and stability

What is the required driver version? I tried that with the 15.12 or 16.9.2 for my R9 390, it does not work. It just showed the first two lines of commands.

Try with the -no-adl flag.
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March 16, 2017, 09:35:57 PM
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where to download sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8?

NICEHASH MODIFIED SGMINER-GM--

The version you want is a NiceHash modification of the open-source SGminer-GM.  You will find it with the other NiceHash softwares, just look a he NiceHash website.       --scryptr

Do you mean https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer/releases

I only saw 5.5.0a, sgminer v5.6.0, not the sgminer-gm-v5.5.5-8

NICEHASH SGMINER-GM--

Yes, NiceHash has modified their own classic SGminer as well, but NH specifically has a branch of SGminer-GM.  Here is the official link:  https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer-gm/releases .

I apologize for the confusion. There are many branches of SGminer by various coders.  SGminer-GM has been modified by NiceHash, and the NH staff has retained its name.  The latest NH version is still v5.5.5-8.  The latest version of Wolf0's work for Genesis Mining is v5.5.5.

Hope your mining efforts are successful!       --scryptr

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March 16, 2017, 10:39:59 PM
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Oh, try -T - will disable the curses output and log regularly to stdout.
It helped, thanx!
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March 17, 2017, 02:52:02 AM
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...never got above 550 in linux until I did a memory strap (1500 copied up), and now I'm getting solid 600 on stock settings.  They run pretty hot but I think that's due to crappy reference design fan.
I have ~570h/s on 2 cards and 630h/s on the 3rd. Didn't use overclocking yet. What tool did you use to change the memory strap? Do you experience crashes like  "GPU DEAD" or system hangs after a couple of hours?

polaris bios editor.  which works on the elpida 470 but not the 480.  every once in a while i get a dead card, no system crashes at all.  part of the reason I run from console, it's the desktop and display manager that make things complicated.

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Anyone got good settings for 480 cards for config and to output as much hash as claymore miner on zcash?

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March 19, 2017, 02:59:08 PM
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If anyone is using SGMiner-GM with Windows to mine XMR with a RX 470 or RX 480, I would appreciate posting your h/s.  Thanks.  Thinking of picking up a few.

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March 25, 2017, 06:36:51 PM
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I've been using the 5.5.5 Ubuntu64 binary, and it has worked well with both 4.8/16.40 and 4.10/16.60.
Eth mining with a Sapphire Rx470 and custom straps gets ~28.95 at 2100 mclk.  When I lock the core at 1169, I get a small boost to ~29.1.
For comparison, Claymore 8.1 gets ~30.2Mh at 1169/2100 on the same box.
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