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June 27, 2017, 10:34:12 AM
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Dear community, I need your help with the miner. Can't launch mining of ETH at all. The miner begins to generate a .bin, connecting to pool, and then the error appears
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[10:32:57] Error -4: Setting args for the DAG kernel and/or executing it.
[10:32:57] Error: clSetKernelArg of all params failed.
[10:32:57] GPU 1 failure, disabling!
[10:32:57] Error -4: Setting args for the DAG kernel and/or executing it.
[10:32:57] Error: clSetKernelArg of all params failed.
[10:32:57] GPU 0 failure, disabling!

So, nobody knows?.. Sad

P.S. Sorry for errors in English - it's not my native language...
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June 27, 2017, 06:15:54 PM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Strange since the guy tested it out and replied

"Yes, it works fine with SGMiner in Linux, Claymore working with AMD directly to address. Bottom line, SGMiner does not experience the issue."

Also, Claymore is working with AMD directly to address? That fool is more full of shit than a sewer.

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June 27, 2017, 06:19:39 PM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Strange since the guy tested it out and replied

"Yes, it works fine with SGMiner in Linux, Claymore working with AMD directly to address. Bottom line, SGMiner does not experience the issue."

Also, Claymore is working with AMD directly to address? That fool is more full of shit than a sewer.

Claymore has confirmed he's working with AMD developers on the epoch benchmark issue.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1433925.msg19798453#msg19798453
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June 27, 2017, 06:24:44 PM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Strange since the guy tested it out and replied

"Yes, it works fine with SGMiner in Linux, Claymore working with AMD directly to address. Bottom line, SGMiner does not experience the issue."

Also, Claymore is working with AMD directly to address? That fool is more full of shit than a sewer.

Claymore has confirmed he's working with AMD developers on the epoch benchmark issue.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1433925.msg19798453#msg19798453

Talking with devs doesn't exactly mean "working with AMD," IMO, was my point. But that guy is still full of shit - I've seen the issue on SGMiner myself.

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June 27, 2017, 07:08:53 PM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Strange since the guy tested it out and replied

"Yes, it works fine with SGMiner in Linux, Claymore working with AMD directly to address. Bottom line, SGMiner does not experience the issue."

Also, Claymore is working with AMD directly to address? That fool is more full of shit than a sewer.

Claymore has confirmed he's working with AMD developers on the epoch benchmark issue.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1433925.msg19798453#msg19798453

Talking with devs doesn't exactly mean "working with AMD," IMO, was my point. But that guy is still full of shit - I've seen the issue on SGMiner myself.

Alright thanks for confirming this. Saved me the hassle of having to install SGMINER.

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June 28, 2017, 01:09:55 AM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Done much troubleshooting yet?  It looks a lot like the performance drop Pitcairn cards have over 1GB, except at 2GB this time.
I wanted to get to the bottom of the Pitcairn issue, but never got around to it.  Although AMD provides some low-level details on the GCN memory architecture, I'm finding I have to reverse engineer some of it due to lack of clear documentation.
https://community.amd.com/thread/216114
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June 28, 2017, 02:14:52 AM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Done much troubleshooting yet?  It looks a lot like the performance drop Pitcairn cards have over 1GB, except at 2GB this time.
I wanted to get to the bottom of the Pitcairn issue, but never got around to it.  Although AMD provides some low-level details on the GCN memory architecture, I'm finding I have to reverse engineer some of it due to lack of clear documentation.
https://community.amd.com/thread/216114


I bypass L1, but not L2. I also do some other things to mitigate the impact of the read, so I have this issue less so - but it still exists.

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June 28, 2017, 03:15:27 AM
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Just get used to it Nvidia is the future of mining  Grin

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July 04, 2017, 05:54:10 AM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Strange since the guy tested it out and replied

"Yes, it works fine with SGMiner in Linux, Claymore working with AMD directly to address. Bottom line, SGMiner does not experience the issue."

Also, Claymore is working with AMD directly to address? That fool is more full of shit than a sewer.

Heya - this is Carter from BBT ; so what you're telling me is I need to reach back out to Roy and Joerg and ask wtf and point him back to this thread?

Bottom line, when this issue was reported, I reached out to Roy Taylor directly and asked what (AMD) were going to do about this issue, as I can not to this day believe this is an issue with their hardware, however I can believe they may have to address in a driver/firmware. Also I wanted to make sure their leadership was acutely aware of the situation. Roy is an RVP, which normally wouldn't dick with any of this stuff, however what he would dick with is a potential huge loss if they (AMD) really did invest capital building RX470 mining cards.Ultimately it could cause them to have a metric shit ton on the shelf with this issue. That kinda talk normally gets an RVP motivated to poke the engineers, which in this case Joerg responded with what I showed in our episode.

Now I clarified in that episode BBT (us, had not independently verified the words), however, we were taking some serious stock in AMD saying there was a path. That being said, I did mention in the video for the community to fact check the statement which is sounding like you have. We have built an ubuntu image and are going to test the latest SG branch and  replicate the same findings you have. Additionally, I will point AMD leadership back to this thread and ask wtf as this affects everyone if this continues to be a genuine issue.

In closing, we are trying to get an answer to this just like everyone else. We will ensure once we get a response it is shared. 

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July 04, 2017, 08:00:48 AM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Strange since the guy tested it out and replied

"Yes, it works fine with SGMiner in Linux, Claymore working with AMD directly to address. Bottom line, SGMiner does not experience the issue."

Also, Claymore is working with AMD directly to address? That fool is more full of shit than a sewer.

Claymore has confirmed he's working with AMD developers on the epoch benchmark issue.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1433925.msg19798453#msg19798453

Talking with devs doesn't exactly mean "working with AMD," IMO, was my point. But that guy is still full of shit - I've seen the issue on SGMiner myself.

Wolf,

How is easy is this to test. I understand that the benchmark feature was removed in SGMiner?

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July 04, 2017, 02:38:09 PM
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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Strange since the guy tested it out and replied

"Yes, it works fine with SGMiner in Linux, Claymore working with AMD directly to address. Bottom line, SGMiner does not experience the issue."

Also, Claymore is working with AMD directly to address? That fool is more full of shit than a sewer.

Claymore has confirmed he's working with AMD developers on the epoch benchmark issue.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1433925.msg19798453#msg19798453

Talking with devs doesn't exactly mean "working with AMD," IMO, was my point. But that guy is still full of shit - I've seen the issue on SGMiner myself.

Wolf,

How is easy is this to test. I understand that the benchmark feature was removed in SGMiner?

More like it was never maintained. But I noticed a (quite small) drop in hash over several epochs - while my personal ASM kernel should be affected less, it seems to be affected, and there's no reason the stock OpenCL one shipped with SGMiner-GM wouldn't be.

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July 05, 2017, 02:48:39 AM
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More like it was never maintained. But I noticed a (quite small) drop in hash over several epochs - while my personal ASM kernel should be affected less, it seems to be affected, and there's no reason the stock OpenCL one shipped with SGMiner-GM wouldn't be.

Are you referring to ethash-new? It would be nice to know how much the hashrate is affected. If you kernal is significantly better, that would mean a lot, considering the drop is steep for RX cards over time.

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More like it was never maintained. But I noticed a (quite small) drop in hash over several epochs - while my personal ASM kernel should be affected less, it seems to be affected, and there's no reason the stock OpenCL one shipped with SGMiner-GM wouldn't be.

Are you referring to ethash-new? It would be nice to know how much the hashrate is affected. If you kernal is significantly better, that would mean a lot, considering the drop is steep for RX cards over time.

It is significantly better - which is likely why.

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July 06, 2017, 12:55:20 AM
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what are setting for zcash.
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what are setting for zcash.
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what are setting for zcash.
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What is the complete batch file just in case anyone wants to run it? It will help other very much. Thank you.

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an absolute scam company. they don't even send me my payouts of the first 30 days.
other guys complain they don't get their payout either.


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So no strange stuff, just protecting there company form credit card fraud.

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what are setting for zcash.
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i press 7 in bat file nothing happen? is this a joke ??

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Can anybody confirm here if this SGMINER in Linux suffers the slow-down with a new DAG of the RX series ?

Apparently there is talks that this issue only affects Claymore's software.

See this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3XOtQtFKSQ&feature=youtu.be&t=978



False, can confirm it's affected.

Strange since the guy tested it out and replied

"Yes, it works fine with SGMiner in Linux, Claymore working with AMD directly to address. Bottom line, SGMiner does not experience the issue."

Also, Claymore is working with AMD directly to address? That fool is more full of shit than a sewer.

Heya - this is Carter from BBT ; so what you're telling me is I need to reach back out to Roy and Joerg and ask wtf and point him back to this thread?

Bottom line, when this issue was reported, I reached out to Roy Taylor directly and asked what (AMD) were going to do about this issue, as I can not to this day believe this is an issue with their hardware, however I can believe they may have to address in a driver/firmware. Also I wanted to make sure their leadership was acutely aware of the situation. Roy is an RVP, which normally wouldn't dick with any of this stuff, however what he would dick with is a potential huge loss if they (AMD) really did invest capital building RX470 mining cards.Ultimately it could cause them to have a metric shit ton on the shelf with this issue. That kinda talk normally gets an RVP motivated to poke the engineers, which in this case Joerg responded with what I showed in our episode.

Now I clarified in that episode BBT (us, had not independently verified the words), however, we were taking some serious stock in AMD saying there was a path. That being said, I did mention in the video for the community to fact check the statement which is sounding like you have. We have built an ubuntu image and are going to test the latest SG branch and  replicate the same findings you have. Additionally, I will point AMD leadership back to this thread and ask wtf as this affects everyone if this continues to be a genuine issue.

In closing, we are trying to get an answer to this just like everyone else. We will ensure once we get a response it is shared. 

Too many words needed. BBT is full of bullshit. First make a statement, then promise a video claiming that he has all to test on his USB stick....1 week later no dice

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