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Author Topic: Claymore's ZCash/BTG AMD GPU Miner v12.6 (Windows/Linux)  (Read 3796381 times)
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May 21, 2017, 05:41:56 AM
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Hello @Claymore,

I have problem with rx 480 and r9 nano running together. I tried driver from 16.9.2 to 17.5.2 without success.
R9 nano is not wotking with default settings, but it  give 340 H/s with -asm 0 -a 2.
When I use 15.12 driver without rx 480, it give 430 H/s.

Can you please advice in this case?
 
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07:19:38:306   cb4   args: -zpool ssl://eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3443 -zwal t2L234JALtS81EsogZ2AYcTyK5biiPJjFDo.trg3 -di 0 -ttli 71 -mport 0
07:19:38:322   cb4   
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07:19:38:322   cb4   є             Claymore's ZCash AMD GPU Miner v12.4               є
07:19:38:322   cb4   ИННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННј
07:19:38:322   cb4   
07:19:38:541   cb4   ZEC: 1 pool is specified
07:19:38:541   cb4   Main ZCash pool is eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3443
07:19:39:010   cb4   OpenCL platform: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
07:19:39:025   cb4   OpenCL initializing...
07:19:39:041   cb4   driver 10.0.2348.3
07:19:39:041   cb4   AMD Cards available: 1
07:19:39:041   cb4   GPU #0: Fiji, 4096 MB available, 64 compute units
07:19:39:041   cb4   GPU #0 recognized as Fury X/Nano
07:19:39:041   cb4   POOL version
07:19:39:041   cb4   b555
07:19:39:041   cb4   Platform: Windows
07:19:39:291   cb4   start building OpenCL program for GPU 0...
07:19:39:291   cb4   done
07:19:40:072   cb4   GPU #0 algorithm ASM, intensity 6
07:19:40:072   cb4   Total cards: 1
07:19:53:728   cb4   Watchdog enabled
07:19:53:728   cb4   

07:19:53:744   b38   ZEC: Stratum - connecting to 'eu1-zcash.flypool.org' <94.23.12.63> port 3443 (SSL/TLS)
07:19:54:010   b38   cert subject: /OU=Domain Control Validated/OU=PositiveSSL Wildcard/CN=*.flypool.org
07:19:54:010   b38   cert issuer: /C=GB/ST=Greater Manchester/L=Salford/O=COMODO CA Limited/CN=COMODO RSA Domain Validation Secure Server CA
07:19:54:010   b38   SSL/TLS encryption is enabled
07:19:54:025   b38   send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["equihashminer", null, "eu1-zcash.flypool.org", "3443"]}

07:19:54:025   b38   send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["t2L234JALtS81EsogZ2AYcTyK5biiPJjFDo.trg3",""]}

07:19:54:025   b38   send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

07:19:54:025   b38   ZEC: Stratum - Connected (eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3443) (SSL/TLS)
07:19:54:119   b38   got 62 bytes
07:19:54:119   b38   buf: {"id":1,"result":["01a897f7c8", "01a897f7c8"], "error": null}

07:19:54:119   b38   parse packet: 58
07:19:54:119   b38   new buf size: 0
07:19:54:197   b38   got 38 bytes
07:19:54:197   b38   buf: {"id":2,"result":true, "error": null}

07:19:54:197   b38   parse packet: 35
07:19:54:197   b38   ZEC: Authorized
07:19:54:197   b38   new buf size: 0
07:19:54:197   b38   got 119 bytes
07:19:54:197   b38   buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.set_target","params":["00083126e978d4fdf3b645a1cac083126e978d4fdf3b645a1cac083126e978d4"]}

07:19:54:213   b38   parse packet: 118
07:19:54:213   b38   Pool sets new share target: 0x00083126 (diff: 8000H)
07:19:54:213   b38   new buf size: 0
07:19:55:197   b38   got 310 bytes
07:19:55:197   b38   buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["95c778c1224b3450cc69","04000000","dad1db62573444c6f48a7dc40b65b5c1b5664ca19a1f981fec5cba5300000000","90e86915accf9daf92abe61fabf7a57982e872cf2debf4d3a046b047f38e6915","0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000","65502059","e096531c",true]}

07:19:55:197   b38   parse packet: 309
07:19:55:197   b38   new buf size: 0
07:20:23:885   cb4   GPU0 t=57C fan=37%
07:20:23:900   cb4   em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 94,
07:20:23:900   cb4   watchdog - thread 0, hb time 172
07:20:23:900   cb4   watchdog - thread 1, hb time 94
07:20:23:900   cb4   watchdog - thread 2, hb time 0
07:20:23:900   cb4   watchdog - thread 3, hb time 266
07:20:54:056   cb4   GPU0 t=57C fan=38%
07:20:54:072   cb4   em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 78,
07:20:54:072   cb4   watchdog - thread 0, hb time 23797
07:20:54:072   cb4   watchdog - thread 1, hb time 23703
07:20:54:072   cb4   watchdog - thread 2, hb time 23609
07:20:54:072   cb4   watchdog - thread 3, hb time 23516
07:21:24:235   cb4   GPU0 t=57C fan=37%
07:21:24:235   cb4   em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 78,
07:21:24:251   cb4   watchdog - thread 0, hb time 53984
07:21:24:251   cb4   watchdog - thread 1, hb time 53890
07:21:24:251   cb4   watchdog - thread 2, hb time 53796
07:21:24:251   cb4   watchdog - thread 3, hb time 53703
07:21:54:407   cb4   GPU0 t=57C fan=37%
07:21:54:407   cb4   em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 63,
07:21:54:422   cb4   watchdog - thread 0, hb time 84156
07:21:54:422   cb4   WATCHDOG: GPU 0 hangs in OpenCL call, exit
07:21:54:422   cb4   watchdog - thread 1, hb time 84062
07:21:54:422   cb4   WATCHDOG: GPU 0 hangs in OpenCL call, exit
07:21:54:422   cb4   watchdog - thread 2, hb time 83968
07:21:54:422   cb4   WATCHDOG: GPU 0 hangs in OpenCL call, exit
07:21:54:438   cb4   watchdog - thread 3, hb time 83875
07:21:54:438   cb4   WATCHDOG: GPU 0 hangs in OpenCL call, exit
07:21:55:985   cb4   Restarting OK, exit...



u can't mix r9 nano with rx480 in 1 rig... that's because driver not compatible in claymore software.... u can mix r9 nano only with 390 or 390x.

Actually, if you run the AMDGPU-PRO drivers, you CAN mix them in a rig. The Fiji card may perform slightly worse than with fglrx, but it works.

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any idea on the best pool to mine zec that is very profitable?

currently i use minergate pool, but it seems i only get penny after a block is found within 3-4 days of mining despite zec calculator says my little hashrate of 165h/s give $1 a day but on minergate i get only penny in 3-4 days.

 I've had good luck with flypool (zcash.flypool.org).
 

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any idea on the best pool to mine zec that is very profitable?

currently i use minergate pool, but it seems i only get penny after a block is found within 3-4 days of mining despite zec calculator says my little hashrate of 165h/s give $1 a day but on minergate i get only penny in 3-4 days.

 I've had good luck with flypool (zcash.flypool.org).
 

I tried several pools. flypool is the best.
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any idea on the best pool to mine zec that is very profitable?

currently i use minergate pool, but it seems i only get penny after a block is found within 3-4 days of mining despite zec calculator says my little hashrate of 165h/s give $1 a day but on minergate i get only penny in 3-4 days.

 I've had good luck with flypool (zcash.flypool.org).
 

thanks, already switched to flypool.

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May 21, 2017, 09:44:40 AM
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I have Gigabyte motherboard that has 5 slots for GPU.
Now my question is; can i add extra external pcie adapter with 4 slots to my MOBO to make it 8 slots? will all the 8 GPU work with claymore on one MOBO?

am using windows 7 64bits

here is the link of the external pcei adapter

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/NEW-aad-in-card-PCIe-1-to-3-PCI-express-1X-slots-Riser-Card-Mini-ITX/32798640147.html?spm=2114.13010208.99999999.302.N2RqTr

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May 21, 2017, 10:53:48 AM
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I have Gigabyte motherboard that has 5 slots for GPU.
Now my question is; can i add extra external pcie adapter with 4 slots to my MOBO to make it 8 slots? will all the 8 GPU work with claymore on one MOBO?

am using windows 7 64bits

here is the link of the external pcei adapter

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/NEW-aad-in-card-PCIe-1-to-3-PCI-express-1X-slots-Riser-Card-Mini-ITX/32798640147.html?spm=2114.13010208.99999999.302.N2RqTr

I have a 3 slot model, but checked that it works.
Just remember this is for AMD cards Only.

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May 21, 2017, 11:07:49 AM
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0k, i will take your word for it. edited my post above to strike out that line. guess ive been lucky.
what tools do you use?

As I said, I wrote them myself - the closest analog to what I'm working on and polishing is WattTool for Windows, I think. Allows you to see VRM temps, set/get voltages, set/get offsets, change VRM switching frequency, and more - but WattTool can only give you this control over IR3567B and compatible VRM controllers. Mine supports four controllers that are used in AMD cards as main controllers (and sometimes this main controller is used for other purposes in the card besides core volts - for example, XFX RS 470/480 cards use the NCP81022's main output (VDD) for core (duh) but use the other one (VDDNB) for the IMC voltage (VDDCI.)) I've also added basic support for one controller that's more of a secondary one, which I found on my DirectCU II 290X. It controls MVDDC.

sounds like a dangerous tool in the hands of a noob. those are the best kinds of tools IMO Smiley

any chance of your releasing it at some point?
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May 21, 2017, 03:53:23 PM
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i by mistake cross the PSU wires and fed a Fury X with power from 2 different PSUs. Now it is total dead as a brick, no fans nothing. I bought it on the net second hand and have no RMA for it. I know the Fury has a fuse on each 8 pin connector. Would the different phases cause the fuses to blow?


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May 21, 2017, 04:02:10 PM
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Actually, if you run the AMDGPU-PRO drivers, you CAN mix them in a rig. The Fiji card may perform slightly worse than with fglrx, but it works.

Since AMDGPU Pro drivers only support GCN3 or newer cards, I couldn't get it to work with my Pitcarin and RX 480 rig on Arch Linux. I had to switch to Windows 7 to be able to use all my cards Sad

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Xorg#AMD

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some cards do not display vrm temps. but if the core is cool, chances are the vrms are ok also.

Please don't give people who don't know any better terrible advice like that - I was mining on my linux dev/test rig, Naomi, just a day ago, and had strange crashes when core was under 70C.

I used one of my tools to check the temps on the VRM controller feeding the core - it was over 106C.

Also, I assume that under Windows, the tools you guys have should show VRM temps on all cards except those with an NCP81022 feeding the core - because I can't get temps off it either; cheap piece of shit has no sensor.

ok, i will take your word for it. edited my post above to strike out that line. guess ive been lucky.

what tools do you use?

As I said, I wrote them myself - the closest analog to what I'm working on and polishing is WattTool for Windows, I think. Allows you to see VRM temps, set/get voltages, set/get offsets, change VRM switching frequency, and more - but WattTool can only give you this control over IR3567B and compatible VRM controllers. Mine supports four controllers that are used in AMD cards as main controllers (and sometimes this main controller is used for other purposes in the card besides core volts - for example, XFX RS 470/480 cards use the NCP81022's main output (VDD) for core (duh) but use the other one (VDDNB) for the IMC voltage (VDDCI.)) I've also added basic support for one controller that's more of a secondary one, which I found on my DirectCU II 290X. It controls MVDDC.

Are you doing this all via i2c commands on linux? I've been digging a bit but cant seem to get a i2cdump anywhere near what I get with aida under windows, so I don't even know where to start :/. Also, how are you checking that the vddci is getting set on those ncp81022 cards? afaik there's no sensor, so are you manually checking em? How
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May 21, 2017, 04:39:52 PM
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0k, i will take your word for it. edited my post above to strike out that line. guess ive been lucky.
what tools do you use?

As I said, I wrote them myself - the closest analog to what I'm working on and polishing is WattTool for Windows, I think. Allows you to see VRM temps, set/get voltages, set/get offsets, change VRM switching frequency, and more - but WattTool can only give you this control over IR3567B and compatible VRM controllers. Mine supports four controllers that are used in AMD cards as main controllers (and sometimes this main controller is used for other purposes in the card besides core volts - for example, XFX RS 470/480 cards use the NCP81022's main output (VDD) for core (duh) but use the other one (VDDNB) for the IMC voltage (VDDCI.)) I've also added basic support for one controller that's more of a secondary one, which I found on my DirectCU II 290X. It controls MVDDC.

sounds like a dangerous tool in the hands of a noob. those are the best kinds of tools IMO Smiley

any chance of your releasing it at some point?

At some point? Possible - but it would be a while in the future. I actually sold a couple (limited) copies before I considered it mature, cause they kinda just happened. Right now, I'm focusing on rounding out the feature set.

Another thing that makes it not just dangerous, but possibly deadly: I can not just adjust the thresholds for protections like OCP/OVP/OTP... I can disable them. Tongue

Actually, if you run the AMDGPU-PRO drivers, you CAN mix them in a rig. The Fiji card may perform slightly worse than with fglrx, but it works.

Since AMDGPU Pro drivers only support GCN3 or newer cards, I couldn't get it to work with my Pitcarin and RX 480 rig on Arch Linux. I had to switch to Windows 7 to be able to use all my cards Sad

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Xorg#AMD



The support is labeled "experimental" but it IS there.



some cards do not display vrm temps. but if the core is cool, chances are the vrms are ok also.

Please don't give people who don't know any better terrible advice like that - I was mining on my linux dev/test rig, Naomi, just a day ago, and had strange crashes when core was under 70C.

I used one of my tools to check the temps on the VRM controller feeding the core - it was over 106C.

Also, I assume that under Windows, the tools you guys have should show VRM temps on all cards except those with an NCP81022 feeding the core - because I can't get temps off it either; cheap piece of shit has no sensor.

ok, i will take your word for it. edited my post above to strike out that line. guess ive been lucky.

what tools do you use?

As I said, I wrote them myself - the closest analog to what I'm working on and polishing is WattTool for Windows, I think. Allows you to see VRM temps, set/get voltages, set/get offsets, change VRM switching frequency, and more - but WattTool can only give you this control over IR3567B and compatible VRM controllers. Mine supports four controllers that are used in AMD cards as main controllers (and sometimes this main controller is used for other purposes in the card besides core volts - for example, XFX RS 470/480 cards use the NCP81022's main output (VDD) for core (duh) but use the other one (VDDNB) for the IMC voltage (VDDCI.)) I've also added basic support for one controller that's more of a secondary one, which I found on my DirectCU II 290X. It controls MVDDC.

Are you doing this all via i2c commands on linux? I've been digging a bit but cant seem to get a i2cdump anywhere near what I get with aida under windows, so I don't even know where to start :/. Also, how are you checking that the vddci is getting set on those ncp81022 cards? afaik there's no sensor, so are you manually checking em? How

I don't want to give too much away - but basically this: I access the card using direct HW access (this requires root, of course.) NCP81022 only lacks a temperature sensor. VDDCI is on the second output of NCP81022 on XFX RS cards, so you have to first select the second output by writing to one of its regs, THEN reading the voltage out.

If you're trying to get i2c access by using tools like i2cdump - you're doing it wrong. This relies on the AMDGPU driver, which is a little "special" if you get my drift. Gotta do it by paw.

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May 21, 2017, 04:51:27 PM
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any idea on the best pool to mine zec that is very profitable?

currently i use minergate pool, but it seems i only get penny after a block is found within 3-4 days of mining despite zec calculator says my little hashrate of 165h/s give $1 a day but on minergate i get only penny in 3-4 days.

 I've had good luck with flypool (zcash.flypool.org).
 

I tried several pools. flypool is the best.
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Actually, if you run the AMDGPU-PRO drivers, you CAN mix them in a rig. The Fiji card may perform slightly worse than with fglrx, but it works.

Since AMDGPU Pro drivers only support GCN3 or newer cards, I couldn't get it to work with my Pitcarin and RX 480 rig on Arch Linux. I had to switch to Windows 7 to be able to use all my cards Sad

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Xorg#AMD

The support is labeled "experimental" but it IS there.

The "experimental" support for GCN1 and 2 cards is for the open-source AMDGPU driver, which doesn't support AMD APP-SDK OpenCL for mining. The proprietary Catalyst drivers on Linux don't support the Polaris cards and the proprietary AMDGPU PRO drivers only support GCN3 and up cards. The Catalyst ReLive drivers on Windows do support GCN1 and up cards.

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Hello @Claymore,

I have problem with rx 480 and r9 nano running together. I tried driver from 16.9.2 to 17.5.2 without success.
R9 nano is not wotking with default settings, but it  give 340 H/s with -asm 0 -a 2.
When I use 15.12 driver without rx 480, it give 430 H/s.

Can you please advice in this case?
 
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07:19:38:306   cb4   args: -zpool ssl://eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3443 -zwal t2L234JALtS81EsogZ2AYcTyK5biiPJjFDo.trg3 -di 0 -ttli 71 -mport 0
07:19:38:322   cb4   
07:19:38:322   cb4   ЙНННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННН»
07:19:38:322   cb4   є             Claymore's ZCash AMD GPU Miner v12.4               є
07:19:38:322   cb4   ИННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННННј
07:19:38:322   cb4   
07:19:38:541   cb4   ZEC: 1 pool is specified
07:19:38:541   cb4   Main ZCash pool is eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3443
07:19:39:010   cb4   OpenCL platform: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
07:19:39:025   cb4   OpenCL initializing...
07:19:39:041   cb4   driver 10.0.2348.3
07:19:39:041   cb4   AMD Cards available: 1
07:19:39:041   cb4   GPU #0: Fiji, 4096 MB available, 64 compute units
07:19:39:041   cb4   GPU #0 recognized as Fury X/Nano
07:19:39:041   cb4   POOL version
07:19:39:041   cb4   b555
07:19:39:041   cb4   Platform: Windows
07:19:39:291   cb4   start building OpenCL program for GPU 0...
07:19:39:291   cb4   done
07:19:40:072   cb4   GPU #0 algorithm ASM, intensity 6
07:19:40:072   cb4   Total cards: 1
07:19:53:728   cb4   Watchdog enabled
07:19:53:728   cb4   

07:19:53:744   b38   ZEC: Stratum - connecting to 'eu1-zcash.flypool.org' <94.23.12.63> port 3443 (SSL/TLS)
07:19:54:010   b38   cert subject: /OU=Domain Control Validated/OU=PositiveSSL Wildcard/CN=*.flypool.org
07:19:54:010   b38   cert issuer: /C=GB/ST=Greater Manchester/L=Salford/O=COMODO CA Limited/CN=COMODO RSA Domain Validation Secure Server CA
07:19:54:010   b38   SSL/TLS encryption is enabled
07:19:54:025   b38   send: {"id": 1, "method": "mining.subscribe", "params": ["equihashminer", null, "eu1-zcash.flypool.org", "3443"]}

07:19:54:025   b38   send: {"id": 2, "method": "mining.authorize", "params": ["t2L234JALtS81EsogZ2AYcTyK5biiPJjFDo.trg3",""]}

07:19:54:025   b38   send: {"id": 5, "method": "mining.extranonce.subscribe", "params": []}

07:19:54:025   b38   ZEC: Stratum - Connected (eu1-zcash.flypool.org:3443) (SSL/TLS)
07:19:54:119   b38   got 62 bytes
07:19:54:119   b38   buf: {"id":1,"result":["01a897f7c8", "01a897f7c8"], "error": null}

07:19:54:119   b38   parse packet: 58
07:19:54:119   b38   new buf size: 0
07:19:54:197   b38   got 38 bytes
07:19:54:197   b38   buf: {"id":2,"result":true, "error": null}

07:19:54:197   b38   parse packet: 35
07:19:54:197   b38   ZEC: Authorized
07:19:54:197   b38   new buf size: 0
07:19:54:197   b38   got 119 bytes
07:19:54:197   b38   buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.set_target","params":["00083126e978d4fdf3b645a1cac083126e978d4fdf3b645a1cac083126e978d4"]}

07:19:54:213   b38   parse packet: 118
07:19:54:213   b38   Pool sets new share target: 0x00083126 (diff: 8000H)
07:19:54:213   b38   new buf size: 0
07:19:55:197   b38   got 310 bytes
07:19:55:197   b38   buf: {"id":null,"method":"mining.notify","params":["95c778c1224b3450cc69","04000000","dad1db62573444c6f48a7dc40b65b5c1b5664ca19a1f981fec5cba5300000000","90e86915accf9daf92abe61fabf7a57982e872cf2debf4d3a046b047f38e6915","0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000","65502059","e096531c",true]}

07:19:55:197   b38   parse packet: 309
07:19:55:197   b38   new buf size: 0
07:20:23:885   cb4   GPU0 t=57C fan=37%
07:20:23:900   cb4   em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 94,
07:20:23:900   cb4   watchdog - thread 0, hb time 172
07:20:23:900   cb4   watchdog - thread 1, hb time 94
07:20:23:900   cb4   watchdog - thread 2, hb time 0
07:20:23:900   cb4   watchdog - thread 3, hb time 266
07:20:54:056   cb4   GPU0 t=57C fan=38%
07:20:54:072   cb4   em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 78,
07:20:54:072   cb4   watchdog - thread 0, hb time 23797
07:20:54:072   cb4   watchdog - thread 1, hb time 23703
07:20:54:072   cb4   watchdog - thread 2, hb time 23609
07:20:54:072   cb4   watchdog - thread 3, hb time 23516
07:21:24:235   cb4   GPU0 t=57C fan=37%
07:21:24:235   cb4   em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 78,
07:21:24:251   cb4   watchdog - thread 0, hb time 53984
07:21:24:251   cb4   watchdog - thread 1, hb time 53890
07:21:24:251   cb4   watchdog - thread 2, hb time 53796
07:21:24:251   cb4   watchdog - thread 3, hb time 53703
07:21:54:407   cb4   GPU0 t=57C fan=37%
07:21:54:407   cb4   em hbt: 0, fm hbt: 63,
07:21:54:422   cb4   watchdog - thread 0, hb time 84156
07:21:54:422   cb4   WATCHDOG: GPU 0 hangs in OpenCL call, exit
07:21:54:422   cb4   watchdog - thread 1, hb time 84062
07:21:54:422   cb4   WATCHDOG: GPU 0 hangs in OpenCL call, exit
07:21:54:422   cb4   watchdog - thread 2, hb time 83968
07:21:54:422   cb4   WATCHDOG: GPU 0 hangs in OpenCL call, exit
07:21:54:438   cb4   watchdog - thread 3, hb time 83875
07:21:54:438   cb4   WATCHDOG: GPU 0 hangs in OpenCL call, exit
07:21:55:985   cb4   Restarting OK, exit...



u can't mix r9 nano with rx480 in 1 rig... that's because driver not compatible in claymore software.... u can mix r9 nano only with 390 or 390x.


You can mix with 17.1.1 works well for me.
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May 21, 2017, 07:37:05 PM
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You can mix with 17.1.1 works well for me.

What is windows version? I use win 7.  rx 480 and r9 nano work nice together in etherium mining 9.3

Do you get 430-450 H/s for r9 Nano in mix mode with rx 480 for 17.1.1 driver ?
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You can mix Fury and Polaris cards, but Fury will not work with 100% speed. Either put these cards to different rigs to avoid mixing, or use Linux.

Please read Readme and FAQ in the first post of this thread before asking any questions, probably the answer is already there.
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0k, i will take your word for it. edited my post above to strike out that line. guess ive been lucky.
what tools do you use?

As I said, I wrote them myself - the closest analog to what I'm working on and polishing is WattTool for Windows, I think. Allows you to see VRM temps, set/get voltages, set/get offsets, change VRM switching frequency, and more - but WattTool can only give you this control over IR3567B and compatible VRM controllers. Mine supports four controllers that are used in AMD cards as main controllers (and sometimes this main controller is used for other purposes in the card besides core volts - for example, XFX RS 470/480 cards use the NCP81022's main output (VDD) for core (duh) but use the other one (VDDNB) for the IMC voltage (VDDCI.)) I've also added basic support for one controller that's more of a secondary one, which I found on my DirectCU II 290X. It controls MVDDC.

sounds like a dangerous tool in the hands of a noob. those are the best kinds of tools IMO Smiley

any chance of your releasing it at some point?

At some point? Possible - but it would be a while in the future. I actually sold a couple (limited) copies before I considered it mature, cause they kinda just happened. Right now, I'm focusing on rounding out the feature set.

Another thing that makes it not just dangerous, but possibly deadly: I can not just adjust the thresholds for protections like OCP/OVP/OTP... I can disable them. Tongue

Actually, if you run the AMDGPU-PRO drivers, you CAN mix them in a rig. The Fiji card may perform slightly worse than with fglrx, but it works.

Since AMDGPU Pro drivers only support GCN3 or newer cards, I couldn't get it to work with my Pitcarin and RX 480 rig on Arch Linux. I had to switch to Windows 7 to be able to use all my cards Sad

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Xorg#AMD



The support is labeled "experimental" but it IS there.



some cards do not display vrm temps. but if the core is cool, chances are the vrms are ok also.

Please don't give people who don't know any better terrible advice like that - I was mining on my linux dev/test rig, Naomi, just a day ago, and had strange crashes when core was under 70C.

I used one of my tools to check the temps on the VRM controller feeding the core - it was over 106C.

Also, I assume that under Windows, the tools you guys have should show VRM temps on all cards except those with an NCP81022 feeding the core - because I can't get temps off it either; cheap piece of shit has no sensor.

ok, i will take your word for it. edited my post above to strike out that line. guess ive been lucky.

what tools do you use?

As I said, I wrote them myself - the closest analog to what I'm working on and polishing is WattTool for Windows, I think. Allows you to see VRM temps, set/get voltages, set/get offsets, change VRM switching frequency, and more - but WattTool can only give you this control over IR3567B and compatible VRM controllers. Mine supports four controllers that are used in AMD cards as main controllers (and sometimes this main controller is used for other purposes in the card besides core volts - for example, XFX RS 470/480 cards use the NCP81022's main output (VDD) for core (duh) but use the other one (VDDNB) for the IMC voltage (VDDCI.)) I've also added basic support for one controller that's more of a secondary one, which I found on my DirectCU II 290X. It controls MVDDC.

Are you doing this all via i2c commands on linux? I've been digging a bit but cant seem to get a i2cdump anywhere near what I get with aida under windows, so I don't even know where to start :/. Also, how are you checking that the vddci is getting set on those ncp81022 cards? afaik there's no sensor, so are you manually checking em? How

I don't want to give too much away - but basically this: I access the card using direct HW access (this requires root, of course.) NCP81022 only lacks a temperature sensor. VDDCI is on the second output of NCP81022 on XFX RS cards, so you have to first select the second output by writing to one of its regs, THEN reading the voltage out.

If you're trying to get i2c access by using tools like i2cdump - you're doing it wrong. This relies on the AMDGPU driver, which is a little "special" if you get my drift. Gotta do it by paw.

Thanks for the hints, I appreciate it! At least now I know to abandon my i2cdump attempts. Direct hw access eh..
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You can mix Fury and Polaris cards, but Fury will not work with 100% speed. Either put these cards to different rigs to avoid mixing, or use Linux.

ASM mode do not work with r9 Nano with any driver from 16.9.2+(first driver for rx 480) in windows 7/10. Nano work with driver 16.9.2+ without ASM mode only.

Do you have idea how to run asm mode here? You can see my log file above.
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Actually, if you run the AMDGPU-PRO drivers, you CAN mix them in a rig. The Fiji card may perform slightly worse than with fglrx, but it works.

Since AMDGPU Pro drivers only support GCN3 or newer cards, I couldn't get it to work with my Pitcarin and RX 480 rig on Arch Linux. I had to switch to Windows 7 to be able to use all my cards Sad

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Xorg#AMD

The support is labeled "experimental" but it IS there.

The "experimental" support for GCN1 and 2 cards is for the open-source AMDGPU driver, which doesn't support AMD APP-SDK OpenCL for mining. The proprietary Catalyst drivers on Linux don't support the Polaris cards and the proprietary AMDGPU PRO drivers only support GCN3 and up cards. The Catalyst ReLive drivers on Windows do support GCN1 and up cards.



Uh, don't feed me that bullshit and tell me it's candy - you don't need the APP SDK, only the open AMDGPU driver and SOME libs from AMDGPU-PRO. I know because I've run my 290X side-by-side with my 480s/580s.

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