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June 28, 2017, 07:02:26 PM
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Is it possible?
To define personal fans speed at different temps.
Like
 30°C - 10% fans speed
 50°C - 30% fans speed
 65°C - 80% fans speed

How to do it?
Currently not, but I had the same need, so making a script for this. When it's finished I will propose it to fullzero. It will have a target temperature, and a combination with fan speed and Powerlimit. Think the combination will give a constant max speed within the given target temp and target powerlimit.

I will integrate Maxximus007's implementation; in one way or another. 

The primary reason this requires a custom implementation; is the driver doesn't allow proper control of the fan curve.


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June 28, 2017, 07:06:23 PM
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Hi. I am trying to implement Parallax's Pastebin mod. My question is this statement "download the oneBash and 2unix zip files from the OP". The OP doesn't have a 2unix.zip file to download anywhere I can find. So what do I do here ?

Ok I think I found it here https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B3ra23kLdr5lYUNoRVBBX0lDbTQ

Is there any update to it for new version? Or use as is?

v0017 doesn't need any file modifications; looking at the guide now I see that I failed to properly explain this.  I am going to just remove the v0016 portion from the guide.

the _para_ oneBash is older than the v0017; so swapping it out would be a downgrade and also not let you use genoil.

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June 28, 2017, 07:12:46 PM
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Same question as before but with pictures, miner is hashing away when suddenly the whole OS slows down to a snail pace where i have to wait for 20 seconds for every action to go through and the hash rate is cut by 50% with the GPUs doing this strange hashing pattern:


Please advise, this happens on any pool i try, in both dual mining and ETH only mode, across multiple overclocks..

This is a soft crash; if you have already tried lower OC; it is most likely being caused by too low of a powerlimit.

What GPUs / clocks / powerlimits are you using?

7 x gigabyte 1070 FE, each at 120 pl and clocked +200/+1600, turns out this also happens in ETH only mode, not just dual mining.

any suggestions?


If you want to keep that OC, you will need more power. 120 is not enough to maintain that OC (based on from my experience with my 1070s) I had to give them at least 135-145 to do +200/1600 solo mining ETH.

i see, i was going by UberDaemon's settings since i ended up getting the same parts as his build.

Right now it should be more profitable to use genoil (which unless I am mistaken;  can only single mine) as you should be able to net at least +5% from Claymore single mode (with outright higher hashrate and no 2% fee).

I am not sure at all what the best way to avoid soft crashes is with genoil; if anyone can find OPT settings that are stable with high memory clocks let me know.

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June 28, 2017, 07:14:31 PM
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Also with VER0017 is a single miner unlike claymore? (wanted to clarify)

Unless I am mistaken;  genoil can only single mine.  Still better than Claymore IMO.

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June 28, 2017, 07:16:04 PM
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So I've imaged my USB, set up onebash & plugged the USB into my rig. The monitor immediately showed " grub rescue".

Questions:
1. I assume this the process of converting the file from windows to linux- correct?

2. If so, this process has been running for 30 minutes. How long should it take?




This shouldn't happen.
Try flashing the USB again

Flashed 3 times. Even left fullzero's oneBash mining info intact on the 3rd attempt. Same result.

 Maybe it won't work with this MoBo?:

http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z170A-X13.1/

what image are you using?


Did you forget to extract the image from the zip before imaging?
v0016. Yes I extracted it. I'll try v0017.
what usb do you have? i would get a 32gb one if you can
64 GB SANDISK ULTRA. Downloading v0017 now.

is this it?


https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-Transfer-Speeds-SDCZ48-064G-UAM46/dp/B00KYK2ABI/ref=sr_1_1?



this works for sure:

https://www.amazon.com/Lexar-JumpDrive-32GB-Flash-Drive/dp/B00T61JM4E/ref=sr_1_1?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B012PKT4QS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?


I have had no trouble with the 2 above.

I have had trouble with some sandisk  loading smOS linux



Yes-that's the one I am using Philip.
Guys, thanks for your help & patience. Everything worked fine this time. The only I did different was use a newer PC.

Anyhow, I'm mining at 39 MHS on 2x 1060s and the whole rig is using only 171 watts. Before the mining began, it was 65 watts. So it looks like I am using less than 60 watts per GPU.

Thanks for helping Phil and xleejohnx.   Smiley

Glad you got it working ATCkit.

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June 28, 2017, 07:22:53 PM
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Clock speeds not working on second card.

Attribute 'GPUGraphicsClockOffset' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 100.


  Attribute 'GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 350.

Where is gpu:1 ?

My oneBash -

INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS="YES"         # YES NO
 
# Set individual clocks here if INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS="YES"
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_0=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_0=350
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_1=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_1=800

Thought maybe my USB was too slow so I changed oneBash to "slow" usb.
Same thing is happening. Clocks only getting set on GPU:0

Can't set fan manually at all.

Anyone have any ideas here?

Had this once and it was a bad image on the USB. Just re-flashed and was fixed. Was kinda weird but hasn't happened since.

You are not the first member to report this happening:  if you still have this image which produces this one GPU not setting its fan: please make these changes to oneBash and let me know what happens.

in the implementation section most likely line 483:

Code:
GPUS=$(nvidia-smi --query-gpu=count --format=csv,noheader,nounits | tail -1)

change this to:
Code:
GPUS=14

save, restart the mining process

If the problem is an indexing error: then the second GPU should have its fan properly set: however if you are using 2 GPUs; you should also see error messages for each cmd for 12 GPUs that you don't have.

If the second GPU does set the fans properly note its index number.

Let me know the result; and hopefully it will only take a new oneBash to fix this.

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June 28, 2017, 07:31:43 PM
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So I've imaged my USB, set up onebash & plugged the USB into my rig. The monitor immediately showed " grub rescue".

Questions:
1. I assume this the process of converting the file from windows to linux- correct?

2. If so, this process has been running for 30 minutes. How long should it take?


This shouldn't happen.
Try flashing the USB again

Flashed 3 times. Even left fullzero's oneBash mining info intact on the 3rd attempt. Same result.

 Maybe it won't work with this MoBo?:

http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z170A-X13.1/

what image are you using?


Did you forget to extract the image from the zip before imaging?
v0016. Yes I extracted it. I'll try v0017.
what usb do you have? i would get a 32gb one if you can

z170 is a difficult chipset.  There might be a secureboot or similar setting that is interfering with Ubuntu loading.  If v0017 doesn't work it is probably worth emailing asrock and asking them what bios settings to use for Ubuntu 16.04.



I have read somewhere that Ubuntu 16.10 fixed several incompatibility problems esp motherboards - I d a lot of reading - I have to go find where did I see that posting

NvOC should already have most of the updates up through 16.10 and beyond.  There are some minor differences when you explicitly "upgrade" vs install individual updates but, I don't believe chipset support it one of these differences.

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June 28, 2017, 08:00:11 PM
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When running GENOIL is there a way to see card temperatures? I cant find any setting?
If there is no settings, is there any app that we can install ?
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June 28, 2017, 08:02:49 PM
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Same question as before but with pictures, miner is hashing away when suddenly the whole OS slows down to a snail pace where i have to wait for 20 seconds for every action to go through and the hash rate is cut by 50% with the GPUs doing this strange hashing pattern:


Please advise, this happens on any pool i try, in both dual mining and ETH only mode, across multiple overclocks..

This is a soft crash; if you have already tried lower OC; it is most likely being caused by too low of a powerlimit.

What GPUs / clocks / powerlimits are you using?

7 x gigabyte 1070 FE, each at 120 pl and clocked +200/+1600, turns out this also happens in ETH only mode, not just dual mining.

any suggestions?


If you want to keep that OC, you will need more power. 120 is not enough to maintain that OC (based on from my experience with my 1070s) I had to give them at least 135-145 to do +200/1600 solo mining ETH.

i see, i was going by UberDaemon's settings since i ended up getting the same parts as his build.

Right now it should be more profitable to use genoil (which unless I am mistaken;  can only single mine) as you should be able to net at least +5% from Claymore single mode (with outright higher hashrate and no 2% fee).

I am not sure at all what the best way to avoid soft crashes is with genoil; if anyone can find OPT settings that are stable with high memory clocks let me know.


Currently testing it, but am noticing that it does not have the nice web API to connect too like claymore lol. I will get back with you later today with my settings.

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June 28, 2017, 08:42:29 PM
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Anyone else have problems with Nanopool right now? It seems to be calculating the hash but not getting a reported hash. It is also still receiving shares and going over to genoil it is also saying accepted shares.

https://eth.nanopool.org/account/0xdc04faa92bb8fa95ed93a4a48bb72554985a97f2 to see what I'm talking about.

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June 28, 2017, 08:52:48 PM
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Clock speeds not working on second card.

Attribute 'GPUGraphicsClockOffset' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 100.


  Attribute 'GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 350.

Where is gpu:1 ?

My oneBash -

INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS="YES"         # YES NO
 
# Set individual clocks here if INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS="YES"
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_0=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_0=350
 
__CORE_OVERCLOCK_1=100
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK_1=800

Thought maybe my USB was too slow so I changed oneBash to "slow" usb.
Same thing is happening. Clocks only getting set on GPU:0

Can't set fan manually at all.

Anyone have any ideas here?

Had this once and it was a bad image on the USB. Just re-flashed and was fixed. Was kinda weird but hasn't happened since.

You are not the first member to report this happening:  if you still have this image which produces this one GPU not setting its fan: please make these changes to oneBash and let me know what happens.

in the implementation section most likely line 483:

Code:
GPUS=$(nvidia-smi --query-gpu=count --format=csv,noheader,nounits | tail -1)

change this to:
Code:
GPUS=14

save, restart the mining process

If the problem is an indexing error: then the second GPU should have its fan properly set: however if you are using 2 GPUs; you should also see error messages for each cmd for 12 GPUs that you don't have.

If the second GPU does set the fans properly note its index number.

Let me know the result; and hopefully it will only take a new oneBash to fix this.


I made the change and here is my result. GPU:1 clocks still not setting

dos2unix: converting file /media/m1/1263-A96E/oneBash to Unix format ...

workername: 136

rig IP: 10.0.0.136
Power limit for GPU 0000:04:00.0 was set to 125.00 W from 125.00 W.

Warning: persistence mode is disabled on this device. This settings will go back to default as soon as driver unloads (e.g. last application like nvidia-smi or cuda application terminates). Run with [--help | -h] switch to get more information on how to enable persistence mode.

All done.
Power limit for GPU 0000:22:00.0 was set to 125.00 W from 125.00 W.

Warning: persistence mode is disabled on this device. This settings will go back to default as soon as driver unloads (e.g. last application like nvidia-smi or cuda application terminates). Run with [--help | -h] switch to get more information on how to enable persistence mode.

All done.
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Wed Jun 28 16:48:42 EDT 2017
Action: Installing daemon (12.0.76279) for 'systemd' ...
installing /etc/systemd/system/teamviewerd.service (/opt/teamviewer/tv_bin/script/teamviewerd.service)
Try: systemctl enable teamviewerd.service
systemctl start teamviewerd.service


  Attribute 'GPUGraphicsClockOffset' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 100.


  Attribute 'GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 350.







ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:2' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:2]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:2' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:2]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:3' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:3]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:3' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:3]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:4' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:4]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:4' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:4]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:5' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:5]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:5' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:5]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:6' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:6]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:6' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:6]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:7' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:7]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:7' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:7]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:8' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:8]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:8' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:8]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:9' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:9]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:9' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:9]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:10' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:10]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:10' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:10]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:11' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:11]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:11' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:11]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:12' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:12]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:12' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:12]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:13' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:13]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:13' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:13]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.


  Attribute 'GPUFanControlState' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 0.





ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:2' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:2]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:3' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:3]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:4' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:4]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:5' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:5]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:6' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:6]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:7' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:7]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:8' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:8]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:9' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:9]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:10' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:10]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:11' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:11]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:12' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:12]/GPUFanControlState=0'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:13' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:13]/GPUFanControlState=0'.
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June 28, 2017, 08:58:38 PM
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You know I have that 1060 plugged directly into the MoBo. Let me get it on a riser...I'll let ya know if that's it. I just thought of that lol...

Nope. On a riser now. Same issue.

Now let me switch slots on the MoBo...brb..  Nope same issue..

HEY! Just made a change to MoBo bios. Had some alternate pcie slot setting that was checked.

Damn that wasnt it. It just skips right over GPU:1 (GPU:1 is mining btw, just cannot control anything)

Attribute 'GPUGraphicsClockOffset' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 100.


  Attribute 'GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset' (m1-desktop:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 350.







ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:2' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:2]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset[3]=100'.



ERROR: Error resolving target specification 'gpu:2' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment
       '[gpu:2]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset[3]=100'.




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June 28, 2017, 09:36:42 PM
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When running GENOIL is there a way to see card temperatures? I cant find any setting?
If there is no settings, is there any app that we can install ?
Thanks

GENOIL seems does not have a way to put it on screen like claymore however can do it manually by hitting F12 to open guake then typing "nvidia-smi" should show you all the GPUs watts, temps and loads

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June 28, 2017, 09:40:49 PM
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Same question as before but with pictures, miner is hashing away when suddenly the whole OS slows down to a snail pace where i have to wait for 20 seconds for every action to go through and the hash rate is cut by 50% with the GPUs doing this strange hashing pattern:
http://i.imgur.com/wts4CgG.jpg

Please advise, this happens on any pool i try, in both dual mining and ETH only mode, across multiple overclocks..

This is a soft crash; if you have already tried lower OC; it is most likely being caused by too low of a powerlimit.

What GPUs / clocks / powerlimits are you using?

7 x gigabyte 1070 FE, each at 120 pl and clocked +200/+1600, turns out this also happens in ETH only mode, not just dual mining.

any suggestions?


If you want to keep that OC, you will need more power. 120 is not enough to maintain that OC (based on from my experience with my 1070s) I had to give them at least 135-145 to do +200/1600 solo mining ETH.

i see, i was going by UberDaemon's settings since i ended up getting the same parts as his build.

Right now it should be more profitable to use genoil (which unless I am mistaken;  can only single mine) as you should be able to net at least +5% from Claymore single mode (with outright higher hashrate and no 2% fee).

I am not sure at all what the best way to avoid soft crashes is with genoil; if anyone can find OPT settings that are stable with high memory clocks let me know.


Currently testing it, but am noticing that it does not have the nice web API to connect too like claymore lol. I will get back with you later today with my settings.

Thanks man,
I just finished testing and for some reason the same overclock (200/1600) @ 125 pl while still soft crashes with genoil, it doesnt cripple the whole system to the point where i have to restart the rig, and for the same clocks it does hash around 10Mh/s faster.

BUT, i've noticed something else, Claymore now hashes SLOWER with CUDA 8 then with the previous version (218Mh/s vs 222Mh/s), and i was planning on dual mining, and now its slower?
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June 28, 2017, 09:52:55 PM
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Ok I think I am on to something now. While on nvOC I opened the Nvidia tools and noticed that my 1070 was fully editable while the 1060 was not.



I had this card in another rig (NOT nvOC) and was able to control it with EVGA Precision so I know it CAN be done.

This is a very popular card right now, the 3gb 1060, so would be nice if we can figure out how to set clocks in nvOC

Thanks!
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June 28, 2017, 10:52:19 PM
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Same question as before but with pictures, miner is hashing away when suddenly the whole OS slows down to a snail pace where i have to wait for 20 seconds for every action to go through and the hash rate is cut by 50% with the GPUs doing this strange hashing pattern:


Please advise, this happens on any pool i try, in both dual mining and ETH only mode, across multiple overclocks..

This is a soft crash; if you have already tried lower OC; it is most likely being caused by too low of a powerlimit.

What GPUs / clocks / powerlimits are you using?

7 x gigabyte 1070 FE, each at 120 pl and clocked +200/+1600, turns out this also happens in ETH only mode, not just dual mining.

any suggestions?


If you want to keep that OC, you will need more power. 120 is not enough to maintain that OC (based on from my experience with my 1070s) I had to give them at least 135-145 to do +200/1600 solo mining ETH.

i see, i was going by UberDaemon's settings since i ended up getting the same parts as his build.

I have dialed my 1070 FE cards back a bit in order to find higher stability.  My current settings below have been running on my 1070 FE rig for 121 hours (for ETH-only mining):

core OC: 0 (I see absolutely no hashrate increase when mining ETH and OCing core speed)
Mem OC: 1450

Power Limit: 120W

Fan speed 90% (these Founders Ed. cards run very hot compared to my EVGA and MSI cards.  I had one die on me a few days ago after running avg temps of 62C.  I don't know if it was heat-related, but I bumped up my fan speeds after that just in case).


2 rigs • 14 1070 GPUs • 428mh/s ETH [►nvOC◄ Linux]
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June 28, 2017, 11:12:28 PM
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Same question as before but with pictures, miner is hashing away when suddenly the whole OS slows down to a snail pace where i have to wait for 20 seconds for every action to go through and the hash rate is cut by 50% with the GPUs doing this strange hashing pattern:
http://i.imgur.com/wts4CgG.jpg

Please advise, this happens on any pool i try, in both dual mining and ETH only mode, across multiple overclocks..

This is a soft crash; if you have already tried lower OC; it is most likely being caused by too low of a powerlimit.

What GPUs / clocks / powerlimits are you using?

7 x gigabyte 1070 FE, each at 120 pl and clocked +200/+1600, turns out this also happens in ETH only mode, not just dual mining.

any suggestions?


If you want to keep that OC, you will need more power. 120 is not enough to maintain that OC (based on from my experience with my 1070s) I had to give them at least 135-145 to do +200/1600 solo mining ETH.

i see, i was going by UberDaemon's settings since i ended up getting the same parts as his build.

I have dialed my 1070 FE cards back a bit in order to find higher stability.  My current settings below have been running on my 1070 FE rig for 121 hours (for ETH-only mining):

core OC: 0 (I see absolutely no hashrate increase when mining ETH and OCing core speed)
Mem OC: 1450

Power Limit: 120W

Fan speed 90% (these Founders Ed. cards run very hot compared to my EVGA and MSI cards.  I had one die on me a few days ago after running avg temps of 62C.  I don't know if it was heat-related, but I bumped up my fan speeds after that just in case).



One died with avg temps of 62?!? holy hell i've been running these fuckers at 70c round the clock! these are an overheating nightmare indeed, i've been planing on buying 4 140mm case fans and slapping them on the intake side of the rid, cant hurt...
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June 28, 2017, 11:35:15 PM
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You guys running reference style 1070s and mentioning 1400-1600 mem OC is this with only Samsung memory?  I cant seem to go much beyond 1150 on 5 MSI AERO cards with Micron memory which gets me about 30.1 MH/s.  Funny thing is on my desktop with an EVEGA SC 1070 with Micron memory I was able to push it higher in Afterburner and break over 32 MH/s.  It is now being used as my primary with 3 monitors so I dialed it back to 30.3 MH/s to keep from getting memory artifact.  Right now I am running 0 / 1200 in Genoil v17.  Seems to be holding.  I also havent noticed any improvement in core oc other than some slight improvements with 1060s in Windows using Claymore.  nvOC v17 is my first experience with Genoil.  Seems to be running good and the total hashrate seems to be higher.  But I miss seeing the individual card hash rate.  

Edit: I really wish I was smarter in Linux and was able to figure out how to overclock my gtx 970.  Its running in nvOC around 18.5 MH/s and I feel like I am giving up around 4 MH/s while pulling the most power of any GPU I have including the 1070s
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June 28, 2017, 11:49:18 PM
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You guys running reference style 1070s and mentioning 1400-1600 mem OC is this with only Samsung memory?  I cant seem to go much beyond 1150 on 5 MSI AERO cards with Micron memory which gets me about 30.1 MH/s.  Funny thing is on my desktop with an EVEGA SC 1070 with Micron memory I was able to push it higher in Afterburner and break over 32 MH/s.  It is now being used as my primary with 3 monitors so I dialed it back to 30.3 MH/s to keep from getting memory artifact.  Right now I am running 0 / 1200 in Genoil v17.  Seems to be holding.  I also havent noticed any improvement in core oc other than some slight improvements with 1060s in Windows using Claymore.  nvOC v17 is my first experience with Genoil.  Seems to be running good and the total hashrate seems to be higher.  But I miss seeing the individual card hash rate.  

Edit: I really wish I was smarter in Linux and was able to figure out how to overclock my gtx 970.  Its running in nvOC around 18.5 MH/s and I feel like I am giving up around 4 MH/s while pulling the most power of any GPU I have including the 1070s

I honestly have no clue how to check for samsung/micron in ubuntu..
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June 29, 2017, 12:31:19 AM
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Hi,

Great work on the new release Smiley

Couple of things...just testing on a small 3 card EVGA SC 1070 rig with a Z270-AR, getting great results with genoil on ETH, solid 95.94 MH/s @ 102W -200 core +1400 mem, 12 hours so far see how it goes.

Had an issue where it clearly didn't like the IPName config as it wouldn't connect to stratum till I changed it to another worker name on ethermine.

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Would it be possible to preconfigure team viewer for LAN only unattended access? This for me at least would make deployments much easier as the configuration of teamviewer is the only step where I am required to manually attach a screen. It would brilliant if I could do all configuration before hand then go drop it on a rack and connect remotely. It could then be as simple as setting DHCP reservations and upon identifying an issue on the mining pool, punch in the worker name on teamviewer (IP address) and away you go.

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Any scope to add a proxy to the image with a switch in onebash? I don't have much experience on the best one to choose but to me it just makes sense to try and build networks this way.  

If the release cycles continue to be short i'm not going to be able to keep up by lugging a screen to all the rigs, if you have an alternate solution you might be able to recommend instead of Request 1 that would be great too Smiley

Many thanks for the hard work as always.  
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