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Question: Do you want to see improvements in Ethash dual-mining with GGS?
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Author Topic: Gateless Gate Sharp 1.3.8: 30Mh/s (Ethash) on RX 480!  (Read 204362 times)
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April 24, 2018, 02:47:46 AM
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I think differences between RX 550/560 and RX 570/580 are substantial enough for optimization.
I do have a Vega 56 by XFX. I definitely need a Vega 64, though.

How about legacy cards? I sold all of my GCN1/2 cards except for 7990's.
I should get a used 290X for GCN2 at the very least.

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In GG cli (gatelessgate-0.1.3-pre6b-win64) an RX560 2GB genarates exactly 50% of an RX570 4GB in CN with 2 threads arround 420Hs:
  "rawintensity": "384",
  "worksize": "8",
  "gpu-threads": "2",

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April 24, 2018, 04:26:28 AM
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Zawawa,

1st off, i reset my MSI RX 570 4gb gaming x to stock bios to test it with your timings optimization (dude afaik, timings on the fly are better than custom timings cause they DO automate strap optimization) Do make optimization MINE FOR DEVELOPER, during the tuning! it will also save us the hassle of adding own wallets and GGS giving errors when asked to optimize algo that has no pool/wallet or off pool for any reason.
 Let it be Optimization "by default" to dev pool/wallet and people can change them as they want! I say so cause this tool, is separate from mining..... its a truly good thing.

However, my 570 gives blue screens (thread stuck)once i start optimization, with it being the only selected GPU in main screen. for algo or timing optimizations.

2nd thing is, my 390 is it supported? why no timings optimizations for it? i thought its an automated process, so adding the script isn't hard?


Those 390,290/X etc. are behemoths but stranegly they don't shine in Cryptinght Heavy or so...
The Best i can share with you is that 740~840 Intensity, 2 threads, 4 Work size for some reason are the best (can nearly beat claymore's, 390 with claymore 10.2 used to get 870 h/s 1000 mhz core only) those though, are much better in Equihash, claymore gives them 380-390 h/s (which is best performance for Hawaii)
not sure though, how the hell is a 512 bit memory bus, and 40/44 compute units are barely able to do anything near a polaris 570 @@

Some notes i would share......
I run a full 560 rig, 16 CU, 2 GB Hynix/Elpida those are blitz fast, and most importantly MEMORIES are different, some can fit the Golden 448 intensity, 2 threads, 8 work size (convert that to GG intensity) with non cooled memory it does 540 h/s in your old GG or GGS (now with v7, and me buying more 2gb ones, rig restarts vaguely with anything higher than 416-432, still SOME brands support up to 448) not sure, if Linux would allow more available memory on the GPU after setting those Max_Alloc parameters in OpenCL

Best of luck, keep up the good work.
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April 24, 2018, 04:56:08 AM
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Just a quick note: Blue screens during optimization of overclocking settings and memory timings are expected, and you would need a solid mechanism for automatic reboots. (I use an USB watchdog.)
With that, you can set up GGS for automatic recoveries during optimization.
Also, you need to find a "sweet spot" for clocks and voltages and to be careful about certain parameters such as TCL and TWEDC/TREDC.

As for 390, I am still debating myself whether I should upgrade memory timing mods to support it.
I will probably work on Fiji and Vega first.

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April 24, 2018, 05:29:21 AM
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Could you provide such a watchdog with your program ? Would be helpfull.
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April 24, 2018, 05:36:06 AM
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Could you provide such a watchdog with your program ? Would be helpfull.

You mean, you want me to sell hardware? Never thought about that...

Edit: Now I think about it, I can make a USB/Ethernet watchdog on my own with Raspberry Pi or something like that.
All I need is an USB slave and a couple of relays. Interesting...

Gateless Gate Sharp, an open-source ETH/XMR miner: http://bit.ly/2rJ2x4V
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April 24, 2018, 06:14:17 AM
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I think differences between RX 550/560 and RX 570/580 are substantial enough for optimization.
I do have a Vega 56 by XFX. I definitely need a Vega 64, though.

How about legacy cards? I sold all of my GCN1/2 cards except for 7990's.
I should get a used 290X for GCN2 at the very least.

RX550
RX560
RX570
RX580
Vega 64
290X

HAPPY THAT YOU ARE CONSIDERING A VEGA 64--

Get a Sapphire Nitro+ model.  They are the Cadillac of the AMD breed, and have recently dropped to normal market prices.  Other programmers have neglected this model, and you would do well to shine with performance tweaks for this beast.  A single card can outperform an entire rig of RX 560s or GTX 1060s, both in hash rate and power consumption.

Linux builds of your code need attention also.  Serious miners have headless linux rigs that run from the command line.  I have several rigs now, and they are all linux.  I have tried your code on my Win 7 x64 box, it is good, but my miners run on linux.

The best of luck for your efforts!       --scryptr

Thanks! Your suggestions were very helpful, and I just ordered new AMD cards.
Can't wait to get my hands on them...

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April 24, 2018, 06:41:46 AM
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Could you provide such a watchdog with your program ? Would be helpfull.

You mean, you want me to sell hardware? Never thought about that...

Edit: Now I think about it, I can make a USB/Ethernet watchdog on my own with Raspberry Pi or something like that.
All I need is an USB slave and a couple of relays. Interesting...

What I meant is, if possible, just ad the watchdog program to GGS package so that we can put it on a USB key and use it "out of the box".
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April 24, 2018, 09:10:27 AM
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Can I mine TurtleCoin with GGS?

What is the algo I need to chose?

If I chose Cryptonight-Light it don't work

I think is  Cryptonight_Lite_v7
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April 24, 2018, 09:28:35 AM
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I can sell you 300.000 turtle at 1 satoshi if you need :
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Beside joke, I was just advising that I've got mine sitting at exchange for 10 day ( now gone).


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April 24, 2018, 11:11:05 AM
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I can sell you 300.000 turtle at 1 satoshi if you need :
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Beside joke, I was just advising that I've got mine sitting at exchange for 10 day ( now gone).




 Grin Grin Grin

I hope to see TRTL in other exchange.... maybe  Grin
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April 24, 2018, 01:42:45 PM
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Sweet, very sweet...


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April 24, 2018, 03:17:09 PM
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Sweet, very sweet...


When, when, when?!!!! Waiting!!!!!!
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April 24, 2018, 03:34:09 PM
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that's the one that was doing 27.4 in the benchmarking of a couple of release back ?
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April 24, 2018, 04:52:52 PM
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that's the one that was doing 27.4 in the benchmarking of a couple of release back ?


Yup, yup. Not bad at all for Samsung GDDR5...

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April 24, 2018, 05:04:52 PM
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Could you provide such a watchdog with your program ? Would be helpfull.

You mean, you want me to sell hardware? Never thought about that...

Edit: Now I think about it, I can make a USB/Ethernet watchdog on my own with Raspberry Pi or something like that.
All I need is an USB slave and a couple of relays. Interesting...

What I meant is, if possible, just ad the watchdog program to GGS package so that we can put it on a USB key and use it "out of the box".

That'd be pretty neat. The thing is, the cheap ones don't come with source codes:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0781ZCXLC

Does anybody have the specifications of the WDG273 chip?

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April 24, 2018, 05:08:46 PM
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Sweet, very sweet...


Can this be exported to a custom strap, so we can flash it onto the card's bios?
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April 24, 2018, 05:12:59 PM
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Sweet, very sweet...


Can this be exported to a custom strap, so we can flash it onto the card's bios?

Honestly, I don't know. You can reconstruct a custom strap for sure as there is enough information to cover the entire strap, but I don't know if that strap would work with other miners. You could always try...

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April 24, 2018, 05:33:02 PM
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I should also work on another command-line version...
Too much work, too little time!

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April 24, 2018, 05:44:57 PM
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I should also work on another command-line version...
Too much work, too little time!

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April 24, 2018, 05:47:23 PM
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I should also work on another command-line version...
Too much work, too little time!

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