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June 26, 2017, 01:19:37 AM
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Let me begin by joining the chorus of miners praising this effort.  I spent a week working towards the same goal before finding this thread.  I think you've probably saved me a month of evenings developing something similar.  Sending some hashes your way as I test!

I'm using an msi z170a m5 with 4 Asus GTX 1060 6G GPUs on an 850w PSU.  I'm also running a single gtx 1060 on a muuuuch older board Asus p5n-d (yes that old) and nvOC still works like a charm.

One thing I've noticed with nvOC versus my own Linux install is that I can't seem to get the same hashrate in nvOC.  Even if I set the pl to 140 for the card, push memory all the way to 2000 and the GPU clock offset to 130, I can't break 21 MHS in nvOC.  Comparatively, if I just load Ubuntu 16.04 with xorg, gnome and latest drivers with Claymore dual mining ETH and SC, I can sustain 23 MHS for days.  Same if I put a card on my Win10 box and use MSI Afterburner to contro OC there.  I've tried throwing configurations at my nvOC node manually with nvidia-settings -a and it just doesn't seem to get beyond 20 MHS.  I can open the nvidia control panel and verify all the settings took.  The only difference I can find so far between nvOC and my own build is that I was still using 375.66 version of the driver and nvOC appears to be using 378.13.

Anyone have any thoughts or suggestion of what else I could try?  I'd love to switch all my gear to this but right now I'm getting better hash rates out of a 1060 in win10 and 1060s on Ubuntu not using nvOC.  And across multiple 8 GPU rigs, the delta adds up.

Thanks!

From most data sets you will get slighly better hashrate from Windows still, even some 1070's I have seen pushing 31-33 while on Ubuntu I have only gotten 29-31. The biggest advantage though I will say is stability, Ubuntu has shown more constant and stable hashrate by far then any Windows PC (this is beyond the Win 10 auto update on home edition)

Agreed on Windows vs Linux mining.  I've observed greater stability in Linux.  However, comparing a fresh Ubuntu install to nvOC, I still observe a 3+ MHS difference per card per node.  Using nvOC is like taking a card out of every one of my nodes.  I'm continuing to investigate, b/c this is a great offering.  Only other things I've noticed so far: 1) the xorg.conf on both my test machines lists the cards as 1050s instead of 1060s.  Also, my multi GPU test node seems to have a problem with any windows on the console showing up off monitor.  My working hypothesis is that it's b/c I plugged in a DVI monitor rather than HDMI but that seems pretty thin to me.  Anyone else run into that issue?  Google searches so far have not been fruitful.

Nvidia is weird; I did use a 1080p hdmi monitor when building nvOC, so it is possible that it freaks out with DVI.  Yes, I know HDMI is essentially; DVI + digital audio.  However, there are about 14 different types of DVI; they are not all interpreted the same as HDMI on linux (primarily if they are analog DVI).

The GPU title is meaningless in any systemic capacity in the xorg.conf; so its not a problem that it doesn't list 1060s there.

Different drivers will have different OPT clocks; I would try my suggested clocks and mc bumping: if you still don't get comparable hashrates then I would use whatever OS gives you the best results. 

I will make a 375 driver version eventually (it is on the list); but I am trying to focus first on helping users resolve problems, then with implementing the most requested improvements first.



Zero,

Understood with regard to card titles.  Looking through oneBash I saw some logic that appeared predicated upon the title and took a guess without testing it.  I normally use HDMI for everything but have an OOOOOLD VGA/DVI only monitor mounted above my test rack. Will test out with a more current monitor and report back my results.

Looking forward to testing the 375 driver when you're ready to release!
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Hi guys, I have a 7x card 1070 rig which has been rock solid for 99% of 2 weeks.

On two occasions it seems to have lost internet connection  ( it is hard wired to the router / not wifi )

Killing the session and restarting it does not solve the issue however turning off the rig and resetting does fix the issue.

Has anyone else experienced a similar issue or seen this with certain settings?

When the console says that internet connection has been lost it seems to be correct as opening a fresh web page says the same thing.

Just weird that resetting the rig through power off/on fixes the issue, cheers!!

I have the same issue.
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June 26, 2017, 02:08:56 AM
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Hi guys, I have a 7x card 1070 rig which has been rock solid for 99% of 2 weeks.

On two occasions it seems to have lost internet connection  ( it is hard wired to the router / not wifi )

Killing the session and restarting it does not solve the issue however turning off the rig and resetting does fix the issue.

Has anyone else experienced a similar issue or seen this with certain settings?

When the console says that internet connection has been lost it seems to be correct as opening a fresh web page says the same thing.

Just weird that resetting the rig through power off/on fixes the issue, cheers!!

I have the same issue.

on some rigs mining with the cpu/xmr    the cpu mining drops connection


the gpus are mining zec and continue to work.


so I stopped mining xmr on 3 of four rigs

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June 26, 2017, 04:55:04 AM
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Let me begin by joining the chorus of miners praising this effort.  I spent a week working towards the same goal before finding this thread.  I think you've probably saved me a month of evenings developing something similar.  Sending some hashes your way as I test!

I'm using an msi z170a m5 with 4 Asus GTX 1060 6G GPUs on an 850w PSU.  I'm also running a single gtx 1060 on a muuuuch older board Asus p5n-d (yes that old) and nvOC still works like a charm.

One thing I've noticed with nvOC versus my own Linux install is that I can't seem to get the same hashrate in nvOC.  Even if I set the pl to 140 for the card, push memory all the way to 2000 and the GPU clock offset to 130, I can't break 21 MHS in nvOC.  Comparatively, if I just load Ubuntu 16.04 with xorg, gnome and latest drivers with Claymore dual mining ETH and SC, I can sustain 23 MHS for days.  Same if I put a card on my Win10 box and use MSI Afterburner to contro OC there.  I've tried throwing configurations at my nvOC node manually with nvidia-settings -a and it just doesn't seem to get beyond 20 MHS.  I can open the nvidia control panel and verify all the settings took.  The only difference I can find so far between nvOC and my own build is that I was still using 375.66 version of the driver and nvOC appears to be using 378.13.

Anyone have any thoughts or suggestion of what else I could try?  I'd love to switch all my gear to this but right now I'm getting better hash rates out of a 1060 in win10 and 1060s on Ubuntu not using nvOC.  And across multiple 8 GPU rigs, the delta adds up.

Thanks!

From most data sets you will get slighly better hashrate from Windows still, even some 1070's I have seen pushing 31-33 while on Ubuntu I have only gotten 29-31. The biggest advantage though I will say is stability, Ubuntu has shown more constant and stable hashrate by far then any Windows PC (this is beyond the Win 10 auto update on home edition)

Agreed on Windows vs Linux mining.  I've observed greater stability in Linux.  However, comparing a fresh Ubuntu install to nvOC, I still observe a 3+ MHS difference per card per node.  Using nvOC is like taking a card out of every one of my nodes.  I'm continuing to investigate, b/c this is a great offering.  Only other things I've noticed so far: 1) the xorg.conf on both my test machines lists the cards as 1050s instead of 1060s.  Also, my multi GPU test node seems to have a problem with any windows on the console showing up off monitor.  My working hypothesis is that it's b/c I plugged in a DVI monitor rather than HDMI but that seems pretty thin to me.  Anyone else run into that issue?  Google searches so far have not been fruitful.

Nvidia is weird; I did use a 1080p hdmi monitor when building nvOC, so it is possible that it freaks out with DVI.  Yes, I know HDMI is essentially; DVI + digital audio.  However, there are about 14 different types of DVI; they are not all interpreted the same as HDMI on linux (primarily if they are analog DVI).

The GPU title is meaningless in any systemic capacity in the xorg.conf; so its not a problem that it doesn't list 1060s there.

Different drivers will have different OPT clocks; I would try my suggested clocks and mc bumping: if you still don't get comparable hashrates then I would use whatever OS gives you the best results. 

I will make a 375 driver version eventually (it is on the list); but I am trying to focus first on helping users resolve problems, then with implementing the most requested improvements first.



Zero,

Understood with regard to card titles.  Looking through oneBash I saw some logic that appeared predicated upon the title and took a guess without testing it.  I normally use HDMI for everything but have an OOOOOLD VGA/DVI only monitor mounted above my test rack. Will test out with a more current monitor and report back my results.

Looking forward to testing the 375 driver when you're ready to release!

I can understand looking at  some of the implementation of oneBash and coming to that conclusion.  That part of the implementation is to distinguish between 1050s and every other type of card (nvidia settings identifies 1050s with a different array id).

Let me know how it goes.

Hi guys, I have a 7x card 1070 rig which has been rock solid for 99% of 2 weeks.

On two occasions it seems to have lost internet connection  ( it is hard wired to the router / not wifi )

Killing the session and restarting it does not solve the issue however turning off the rig and resetting does fix the issue.

Has anyone else experienced a similar issue or seen this with certain settings?

When the console says that internet connection has been lost it seems to be correct as opening a fresh web page says the same thing.

Just weird that resetting the rig through power off/on fixes the issue, cheers!!

I have the same issue.

on some rigs mining with the cpu/xmr    the cpu mining drops connection

This is good to know.  I suspect this is due to your ISP; what ISP do each of you use?


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June 26, 2017, 08:41:53 AM
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Is there a way to set a rig to automatically reboot if there's a GPU hang? Like the Claymore has the Watchdog option along with a -r command to run a reboot.sh script?

EDIT: Also, is there a way for remote controlling all rigs on nvOC? Like if I update oneBash to update it on all rigs at the same time?

Quite a newbie with Linux Smiley
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For risers you can try this source https://www.banggood.com/USB-3_0-PCI-E-1x-to-16x-Extension-Cable-Powered-Extender-Riser-SATA-Adapter-Card-p-1136556.html, or this model, in stock (not tested): https://www.banggood.com/0_4m-USB-3_0-PCI-E-Express-1x-To-16x-Extension-Cable-Extender-Riser-Card-Adapter-p-1155470.html
Have had no failures but it's advisable to order 1-2 more than needed.
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June 26, 2017, 10:14:20 AM
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EDIT: Also, is there a way for remote controlling all rigs on nvOC? Like if I update oneBash to update it on all rigs at the same time?

Quite a newbie with Linux Smiley

go to web site https://pastebin.com/ and create paste

edit "2unix" file on every mining rig    (nano  /home/m1/2unix)
paste this line: (see raw link on your pastebin service)

#!/bin/bash

cd /tmp
wget https://pastebin.com/raw/JkzeVvZS (change_this)
cp JkzeVvZS(change_this) /home/m1/oneBash

sudo dos2unix /home/m1/oneBash
sleep 2
sudo ldconfig /usr/local/cuda/lib64
bash '/home/m1/oneBash'

and reboot your rig

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June 26, 2017, 10:34:56 AM
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EDIT: Also, is there a way for remote controlling all rigs on nvOC? Like if I update oneBash to update it on all rigs at the same time?

Quite a newbie with Linux Smiley

go to web site https://pastebin.com/ and create paste

edit "2unix" file on every mining rig    (nano  /home/m1/2unix)
paste this line: (see raw link on your pastebin service)

#!/bin/bash

cd /tmp
wget https://pastebin.com/raw/JkzeVvZS (change_this)
cp JkzeVvZS(change_this) /home/m1/oneBash

sudo dos2unix /home/m1/oneBash
sleep 2
sudo ldconfig /usr/local/cuda/lib64
bash '/home/m1/oneBash'

and reboot your rig

ps: sorry, my english is bad (

So that will help me update oneBash on all rigs at once?
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June 26, 2017, 10:40:15 AM
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Hello miners...

First things first, I would like to thank 'fullzero' (infact hero Cheesy) for this fantastic job, can't thank him enough.

I've built my first RIG very recently, I would like to find the best OC settings and pool settings to get the best out of it, with the help of miners expertise.

I was getting really good speed on windows but for some reason it doesn't allow me run more than 3 GPU's (it was a trial version), but it was doing 20 MH per card from stock with claymore dual mining.

I had to switch back to Ubuntu but  the trouble is I'm only getting 18 MH on an average per card, I'm using claymore dual (ETC + PASC) with CUDA 8.x nvidia driver - 375.66, pulling 1044 watts from wall.
Temperatures : 65 - 73 C
Fans on Auto : 39 - 43

My config -

ASUS DUAL GTX 1060 - 8 GPU's
ASUS Z270P
8 GB RAM
2 x EVGA G2 750 Watts PSU units
8 x V6 Risers
120 GB SSD

Fellow miners using same cards, please share your Core, memory OC + fan + power settings. I would also like to know how to add multiple pools to the nvOC oneBash file.

Would also welcome suggestions about best combination cryptos for better ROI with my equipment.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
damNmad

Glad you like nvOC  Smiley

Are these 3gb or 6gb 1060s?

If they are 3gb I would try these settings:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg19703709#msg19703709


Thanks for your reply Smiley

I'm using 6GB 1060s.

What settings would you suggest?

I'm currently on

Core Clock  - 100
Mem Clock  - 800
Power Limit - 110 Watt

I'm getting
160 MH (20.xx per card) on average (6 hours) 1620 MH for PASC on average (6 hours) for 8 cards (definitely increased from my previous hash rate, thanks for that)

Any suggestions/improvements would be really appreciated.


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June 26, 2017, 10:53:20 AM
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I have more than 10+ rigs
I made some changes in to file oneBash


#!/bin/bash

HOSTNAME=$(cat /etc/hostname)
worker=$(echo ${HOSTNAME:0:2})


# nvOC v0016 by fullzero
#
#==================
#
# set YOUR ADDRESSES, WORKERS, POOL and PORT:
ZEC_WORKER=$worker
#
#==================
#
ZCL_WORKER=$worker
#
#==================
#
ZEN_WORKER=$worker"
#
#==================
#
VTC_WORKER=$worker"
#
#==================
#
NICE_WORKER=$worker
#
#==================
#
LBC_WORKER=$worker"
#

etc

These changes allow to bind hostname to workers.
In order it to work, you need to change 2 files 'hostname' and 'hosts'


/etc/hosts
#
127.0.0.1       localhost
127.0.1.1       m5-desktop


/etc/hostname
#
m5-desktop



The resulte of this changes, on LBC expamle:

/home/m1/SPccminer/ccminer -a lbry -o stratum+tcp://lbry.suprnova.cc:6256 -u fullzero22.m5 -p x


PS: Fullzero, thanks for your work, it is an amazing project!!!
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June 26, 2017, 11:11:23 AM
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EDIT: Also, is there a way for remote controlling all rigs on nvOC? Like if I update oneBash to update it on all rigs at the same time?

Quite a newbie with Linux Smiley

go to web site https://pastebin.com/ and create paste

edit "2unix" file on every mining rig    (nano  /home/m1/2unix)
paste this line: (see raw link on your pastebin service)

#!/bin/bash

cd /tmp
wget https://pastebin.com/raw/JkzeVvZS (change_this)
cp JkzeVvZS(change_this) /home/m1/oneBash

sudo dos2unix /home/m1/oneBash
sleep 2
sudo ldconfig /usr/local/cuda/lib64
bash '/home/m1/oneBash'

and reboot your rig

ps: sorry, my english is bad (

So that will help me update oneBash on all rigs at once?
Yep
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June 26, 2017, 01:45:37 PM
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Anybody managed to make 2 m.2 adapters work on this ?
I have v0016 on a msi 170A gaming M5 and it works fine with 8 GPU (7 pci slots + 1 m.2 adapter ) . If I add the second adapter ... that GPU is not recognized .
Anything else I need to setup in Bios or Linux ?
I updated Bios and enabled encoding .

Thanks!

EDIT : Tried on 2 rigs and same issue . The adapter works as I put 2 from working rigs .
The one that is working is the one nearest to the CPU
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June 26, 2017, 01:53:25 PM
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I was able to make it running with 3 cards so far, now waiting for 2nd PSU and add the other 3 missing ones, I read dmsg and it was failing a few times with the error "GPU at 0000:03:00.0 has fallen out of bus", couple of reboots and it worked, I noticed a few errors when mining DCR, I needed to add to oneBash file a couple of exports in order to make some errors disappear:

export GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT="100"
export GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS="1"

but DCR still is having some nonce errors and not actually mining anything

Another thing I notice it's a typo in the DGB (written DBG in one variable) in the oneBash file, didn't try to mine DGB but it might give problems

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June 26, 2017, 02:26:16 PM
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Nvidia cuda update. Up to 15% increase hashrate on 1060s

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https://www.reddit.com/r/EtherMining/comments/6jjhob/ethereum_code_optimized_for_some_nvidian_cards/

31MH/S on 1060 !!!
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Nvidia cuda update. Up to 15% increase hashrate on 1060s

Ethereum code optimized for some nvidian cards davilizhdavilizh Posts: 1Member ✭
https://www.reddit.com/r/EtherMining/comments/6jjhob/ethereum_code_optimized_for_some_nvidian_cards/

31MH/S on 1060 !!!

this could be true.  maybe op will look into it.


I purchased a higher end 32gb stick  will test it soon.


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B012PKT4QS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?




these below have been good

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00T61JM4E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?


I had a miner stop over night but it has the highest clocks  so I restarted it but I think I will back off on the clocks.

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I have more than 10+ rigs
I made some changes in to file oneBash


#!/bin/bash

HOSTNAME=$(cat /etc/hostname)
worker=$(echo ${HOSTNAME:0:2})


# nvOC v0016 by fullzero
#
#==================
#
# set YOUR ADDRESSES, WORKERS, POOL and PORT:
ZEC_WORKER=$worker
#
#==================
#
ZCL_WORKER=$worker
#
#==================
#
ZEN_WORKER=$worker"
#
#==================
#
VTC_WORKER=$worker"
#
#==================
#
NICE_WORKER=$worker
#
#==================
#
LBC_WORKER=$worker"
#

etc

These changes allow to bind hostname to workers.
In order it to work, you need to change 2 files 'hostname' and 'hosts'


/etc/hosts
#
127.0.0.1       localhost
127.0.1.1       m5-desktop


/etc/hostname
#
m5-desktop



The resulte of this changes, on LBC expamle:

/home/m1/SPccminer/ccminer -a lbry -o stratum+tcp://lbry.suprnova.cc:6256 -u fullzero22.m5 -p x


PS: Fullzero, thanks for your work, it is an amazing project!!!

EDIT: Also, is there a way for remote controlling all rigs on nvOC? Like if I update oneBash to update it on all rigs at the same time?

Quite a newbie with Linux Smiley

go to web site https://pastebin.com/ and create paste

edit "2unix" file on every mining rig    (nano  /home/m1/2unix)
paste this line: (see raw link on your pastebin service)

#!/bin/bash

cd /tmp
wget https://pastebin.com/raw/JkzeVvZS (change_this)
cp JkzeVvZS(change_this) /home/m1/oneBash

sudo dos2unix /home/m1/oneBash
sleep 2
sudo ldconfig /usr/local/cuda/lib64
bash '/home/m1/oneBash'

and reboot your rig

ps: sorry, my english is bad (

So that will help me update oneBash on all rigs at once?
Yep

Combining wget and pastebin is a good idea _Parallax_  Grin

Maxximus007 had suggested something similar in regards to changing the hostname, along with some other really good ideas I will most likely implement for v0017.

For this reason; I was already implementing something similar, and it was simple to modify it to use a slightly modified version of your method.

I will upload a new 'Parallax Mode' oneBash and make a guide shortly.  Wink


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wget and pastebin:

wget is a program that downloads websites; it is very useful for automating tasks.

pastebin is a website that lets you post files

_Parallax_ had the idea to combine the two as a 1bash updating system

However if we push the same 1bash to all the rigs; they will all use the same worker

to solve this we use a dynamic workername.

to implement this using only a new 1bash; I decided the best way was to use part of the rig's IP address.

1bash will use the last 3 digits of your rig IP as the worker ID for each rig.

This is not an OPT solution as it still requires you to either restart your rigs or restart the mining process by invoking 2unix in order to implement the change on each rig.

However it is a lot faster / easier than manually changing each rig.

If you have several different types of rigs you may want to use several different pastes.


To use _Parallax_ Mode:

If you are using a pool that requires you to manually add workers note the last 3 digits of your rig IP (this will be the worker ID for each rig).

go to:

https://pastebin.com/

and make an account (making an account will allow you to edit your pastes (which you will want to do) )

make a new Paste:

open your 1bash in gedit:

press ctrl + a to select all

press ctrl + c to copy

paste into the new Paste.

at the bottom select the following options:

Bash

Never

Unlisted

(if you use private wget will NOT be able to download your paste!)



and click Create new Paste

select the end of the url that represents your paste:


copy it

open 2unix in gedit:

set:

Code:
pasteBIN="YES"

then:



Code:
pasteBASH="gjjUqLXd"

to your paste id

for example if my paste id was :
Code:
TtkkqYPe

it would look like:

Code:
pasteBASH="TtkkqYPe"

save  2unix

Restart the mining process

now everytime 2unix runs it will update from your pastebin (again make an account so you can edit the paste!)

the New 1bash will ensure each rig has a unique worker ID based on its host address (last 3 digits of its IP)


To ensure pastebin updates when using SSH you will want to use:

Code:
bash '/home/m1/2unix'

instead of:

Code:
bash '/home/m1/1bash'

when launching the mining process from SSH


This is a good use of existing resources;

if you use this:

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June 26, 2017, 05:22:37 PM
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Hello miners...

First things first, I would like to thank 'fullzero' (infact hero Cheesy) for this fantastic job, can't thank him enough.

I've built my first RIG very recently, I would like to find the best OC settings and pool settings to get the best out of it, with the help of miners expertise.

I was getting really good speed on windows but for some reason it doesn't allow me run more than 3 GPU's (it was a trial version), but it was doing 20 MH per card from stock with claymore dual mining.

I had to switch back to Ubuntu but  the trouble is I'm only getting 18 MH on an average per card, I'm using claymore dual (ETC + PASC) with CUDA 8.x nvidia driver - 375.66, pulling 1044 watts from wall.
Temperatures : 65 - 73 C
Fans on Auto : 39 - 43

My config -

ASUS DUAL GTX 1060 - 8 GPU's
ASUS Z270P
8 GB RAM
2 x EVGA G2 750 Watts PSU units
8 x V6 Risers
120 GB SSD

Fellow miners using same cards, please share your Core, memory OC + fan + power settings. I would also like to know how to add multiple pools to the nvOC oneBash file.

Would also welcome suggestions about best combination cryptos for better ROI with my equipment.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
damNmad

Glad you like nvOC  Smiley

Are these 3gb or 6gb 1060s?

If they are 3gb I would try these settings:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg19703709#msg19703709


Thanks for your reply Smiley

I'm using 6GB 1060s.

What settings would you suggest?

I'm currently on

Core Clock  - 100
Mem Clock  - 800
Power Limit - 110 Watt

I'm getting
160 MH (20.xx per card) on average (6 hours) 1620 MH for PASC on average (6 hours) for 8 cards (definitely increased from my previous hash rate, thanks for that)

Any suggestions/improvements would be really appreciated.

I would bump up the mem Clock by 50 every 5 mins or so until you get a soft or hard crash then back off.

Is there a way to set a rig to automatically reboot if there's a GPU hang? Like the Claymore has the Watchdog option along with a -r command to run a reboot.sh script?

Working on this.

Anybody managed to make 2 m.2 adapters work on this ?
I have v0016 on a msi 170A gaming M5 and it works fine with 8 GPU (7 pci slots + 1 m.2 adapter ) . If I add the second adapter ... that GPU is not recognized .
Anything else I need to setup in Bios or Linux ?
I updated Bios and enabled encoding .

Thanks!

EDIT : Tried on 2 rigs and same issue . The adapter works as I put 2 from working rigs .
The one that is working is the one nearest to the CPU

I had the same results as you.

I was able to make it running with 3 cards so far, now waiting for 2nd PSU and add the other 3 missing ones, I read dmsg and it was failing a few times with the error "GPU at 0000:03:00.0 has fallen out of bus", couple of reboots and it worked, I noticed a few errors when mining DCR, I needed to add to oneBash file a couple of exports in order to make some errors disappear:

export GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT="100"
export GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS="1"

but DCR still is having some nonce errors and not actually mining anything

Another thing I notice it's a typo in the DGB (written DBG in one variable) in the oneBash file, didn't try to mine DGB but it might give problems

Thanks for noticing the typo (it was global so it didn't change execution)  I fixed it in the newest oneBash.

with Claymore Environmental Variables:

I think I will add a switch to selectively execute them in the next oneBash.  Sometimes these can cause problems, so I don't want to universally apply them.

Nvidia cuda update. Up to 15% increase hashrate on 1060s

Ethereum code optimized for some nvidian cards davilizhdavilizh Posts: 1Member ✭
https://www.reddit.com/r/EtherMining/comments/6jjhob/ethereum_code_optimized_for_some_nvidian_cards/

31MH/S on 1060 !!!

this could be true.  maybe op will look into it.


I purchased a higher end 32gb stick  will test it soon.


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B012PKT4QS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?


these below have been good

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00T61JM4E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?


I had a miner stop over night but it has the highest clocks  so I restarted it but I think I will back off on the clocks.

I will look into this:  Smiley

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June 26, 2017, 06:36:08 PM
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I am at my wits end trying to get this to boot. I have managed to get it to boot a couple of times, but each time it does it freezes after failing to connect to EWBF(as I currently do not have a connection set up, I need to make some changes to make my wifi dongle work but cannot do this due to the issues) - following restarting it results in a kernel error. About 95% of the time after reflashing to attempt again it doesn't boot and I just get a blank screen after it attempts to boot into Ubuntu (no loading screen).

This happens with both OC and non-OC. Mostly attempting to get this to work on default settings moving forward.

I am using a MSI z170a SLI and 2x GTX 1060's (6gb) with a DVI monitor. Using a SanDisk Extreme 64GB USB stick.
Above 4G decoding is enabled and BIOS has been flashed to the latest 3.A version (issue occured before the flash too).

Has anyone encountered similar problems?

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June 26, 2017, 07:22:00 PM
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Loving this! What's the trick for RDP? I set it up on the Linux side but cannot connect RDP from my Windows machine.
Thanks
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