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August 19, 2017, 01:44:20 AM
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sure mate here it is http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/7.4/postlfs/openssl.html

Hello mate,

do you mind sharing which website you have downloaded  and copied that file (bn.h) in detail (if possible with steps, may help other users too).

Thanks Smiley

One Page back...I sorted the issue by downloading openssl 1.0.1 from their website and copying the "bn.h" after install to \usr\local\include\openssl

It then builds without issue. Hope it helps Smiley


hi guys i try to build.sh this https://github.com/krnlx/ccminer-skunk-krnlx  on terminal but i cant manage to make this ccminer work
can u help me how to use this in nvoc thanks

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Thanks both of you, I've managed to build it too, if any one interested happy to share step by step detail Smiley

Would be great if you could post a how-to here!

This is how it worked for me, increase is quite nice plus 3-4 MH/s vs palgin mod, getting 29-30 MH/s with 1070.
To avoid error I needed to update one openssl file to past version:
Code:
wget http://www.openssl.org/source/openssl-1.0.1e.tar.gz
tar -xvzf openssl-1.0.1e.tar.gz
cp /usr/local/include/openssl/bn.h bn.h.backup
sudo cp openssl-1.0.1e/crypto/bn/bn.h /usr/local/include/openssl/
git clone https://github.com/krnlx/ccminer-skunk-krnlx.git
cd ccminer-skunk-krnlx/
sudo ./build.sh

Now test it and if it works, stop miner (pkill -e miner) and copy over and wait for miner to restart and Voilà! Smiley
Code:
pkill -e miner
./ccminer
sudo cp ccminer-krnlx/ccminer-skunk-krnlx/ccminer TPccminer/

If it works and you wish to thank me, go and check out my project Wink https://cryptopanic.com/


Thanks for posting this info - I banged my head against a wall for quite a while trying to figure this error out before giving up on it.  This worked like a charm for me.

Though I think I'm still getting really low hashrates for skunk - whattomine thinks I should be getting 450mh/s with 5 1080 Tis and 7 1070s but I was only getting around 300mh/s.  With the new krnlx miner I'm still only getting about 370Mh/s, which still seems pretty low.  My miner also restarts with the watchdog reporting under utilization.  My 1080 Tis are only running at about 60% and 1070s at 80-85% capacity.  Can't figure out what's causing that.

EDIT: I added the '-i 25' flag to the command line and boosted core clock on the 1070s to +125 now I'm up at 480mh/s =)
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August 19, 2017, 04:20:01 AM
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Hi Fullzero,

I really love your work, I got my gtx 1070 working and mining around 31~mhs each.
My system boots up using the thumbdrive, but I would like to use my hdd instead.

My hard disk drive has Windows 10 installed on it, I'm aware that nvOC will zero it out due to "dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda" https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg20290398#msg20290398.
What I would like to do is to dual boot Windows 10 together with nvOC on it.
Is there possible way to do that?

If not, is it possible to install the nvOC in hdd instead of thumbdrive?

Thanks in advance, it might be helpful to some. Smiley
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August 19, 2017, 04:48:43 AM
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Google Drive download of nvoc 18 containts corrupted file  Sad
https://gyazo.com/4d3f1d22fdb1dc4bd691d7c691ceb275

I might try Mega Download for now, but please upload img again

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Hi Fullzero,

I really love your work, I got my gtx 1070 working and mining around 31~mhs each.
My system boots up using the thumbdrive, but I would like to use my hdd instead.

My hard disk drive has Windows 10 installed on it, I'm aware that nvOC will zero it out due to "dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda" https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg20290398#msg20290398.
What I would like to do is to dual boot Windows 10 together with nvOC on it.
Is there possible way to do that?

If not, is it possible to install the nvOC in hdd instead of thumbdrive?

Thanks in advance, it might be helpful to some. Smiley

Not sure whether dual boot is possible but you can install nvOC on separate HDD as well, it still works like normal.

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Thanks for posting this info - I banged my head against a wall for quite a while trying to figure this error out before giving up on it.  This worked like a charm for me.

Though I think I'm still getting really low hashrates for skunk - whattomine thinks I should be getting 450mh/s with 5 1080 Tis and 7 1070s but I was only getting around 300mh/s.  With the new krnlx miner I'm still only getting about 370Mh/s, which still seems pretty low.  My miner also restarts with the watchdog reporting under utilization.  My 1080 Tis are only running at about 60% and 1070s at 80-85% capacity.  Can't figure out what's causing that.

EDIT: I added the '-i 25' flag to the command line and boosted core clock on the 1070s to +125 now I'm up at 480mh/s =)

Hum just stay away from krnlx release ... Low report share is a "know" problem ...
I lost one week of mining on this stupid release ... Just dont USE krlnx this dev drop a brocken build and vanish ... First and last one i use something from him ...
So a basic; krlnx mod boost your hashrate but you loose 30% expected share ... Use new ccminer release from tpru u get same hashrate and REAL SHARE.
For 1070 u can push -i 25, Coreclock + 100/140 depend on card, MemoryClock -1500. I dont use 1080, but i bet u can push them to -i 26, to grab a solid 50mh/s+ per 1080ti

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases link to tpruvot version.

EDIT : U have to stop watchdog when u run ccminer for skunk, sometime your GPU will go to 0% and instant back to 100%. Watchdog dont like this and tricker miner restart but no need. Easy solution get a stable oc, run without Watchdog. If i remember right, some fix will come with nvOC0019

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Thanks for posting this info - I banged my head against a wall for quite a while trying to figure this error out before giving up on it.  This worked like a charm for me.

Though I think I'm still getting really low hashrates for skunk - whattomine thinks I should be getting 450mh/s with 5 1080 Tis and 7 1070s but I was only getting around 300mh/s.  With the new krnlx miner I'm still only getting about 370Mh/s, which still seems pretty low.  My miner also restarts with the watchdog reporting under utilization.  My 1080 Tis are only running at about 60% and 1070s at 80-85% capacity.  Can't figure out what's causing that.

EDIT: I added the '-i 25' flag to the command line and boosted core clock on the 1070s to +125 now I'm up at 480mh/s =)

Hum just stay away from krnlx release ... Low report share is a "know" problem ...
I lost one week of mining on this stupid release ... Just dont USE krlnx this dev drop a brocken build and vanish ... First and last one i use something from him ...
So a basic; krlnx mod boost your hashrate but you loose 30% expected share ... Use new ccminer release from tpru u get same hashrate and REAL SHARE.
For 1070 u can push -i 25, Coreclock + 100/140 depend on card, MemoryClock -1500. I dont use 1080, but i bet u can push them to -i 26, to grab a solid 50mh/s+ per 1080ti

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases link to tpruvot version.

Yes indeed...

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To All Ubuntu / *nix guru outhere,

I read the 2unix script and I still don't understand why it's removing the  "Windows partition data".
I'm pretty sure the thumbdrive is mounted under m1 alias, but why do we need to zero the sda partition. That doesn't make sense to me. (Is it a preparation in case I need to copy the mounted m1 to sda?)

My aim is to dual boot Windows 10 with it.
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August 19, 2017, 02:55:22 PM
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hi fullzero so much thanks to all your works, just wondering on your next release is it possible for you to make the whole nvoc smaller on size so it can run on a 16gb flash drive? just my 2 cents

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Thanks for posting this info - I banged my head against a wall for quite a while trying to figure this error out before giving up on it.  This worked like a charm for me.

Though I think I'm still getting really low hashrates for skunk - whattomine thinks I should be getting 450mh/s with 5 1080 Tis and 7 1070s but I was only getting around 300mh/s.  With the new krnlx miner I'm still only getting about 370Mh/s, which still seems pretty low.  My miner also restarts with the watchdog reporting under utilization.  My 1080 Tis are only running at about 60% and 1070s at 80-85% capacity.  Can't figure out what's causing that.

EDIT: I added the '-i 25' flag to the command line and boosted core clock on the 1070s to +125 now I'm up at 480mh/s =)

Hum just stay away from krnlx release ... Low report share is a "know" problem ...
I lost one week of mining on this stupid release ... Just dont USE krlnx this dev drop a brocken build and vanish ... First and last one i use something from him ...
So a basic; krlnx mod boost your hashrate but you loose 30% expected share ... Use new ccminer release from tpru u get same hashrate and REAL SHARE.
For 1070 u can push -i 25, Coreclock + 100/140 depend on card, MemoryClock -1500. I dont use 1080, but i bet u can push them to -i 26, to grab a solid 50mh/s+ per 1080ti

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases link to tpruvot version.

Yes indeed...

How do you lose 30% of expected shares?  You mean rejected shares? 
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Thanks for posting this info - I banged my head against a wall for quite a while trying to figure this error out before giving up on it.  This worked like a charm for me.

Though I think I'm still getting really low hashrates for skunk - whattomine thinks I should be getting 450mh/s with 5 1080 Tis and 7 1070s but I was only getting around 300mh/s.  With the new krnlx miner I'm still only getting about 370Mh/s, which still seems pretty low.  My miner also restarts with the watchdog reporting under utilization.  My 1080 Tis are only running at about 60% and 1070s at 80-85% capacity.  Can't figure out what's causing that.

EDIT: I added the '-i 25' flag to the command line and boosted core clock on the 1070s to +125 now I'm up at 480mh/s =)

Hum just stay away from krnlx release ... Low report share is a "know" problem ...
I lost one week of mining on this stupid release ... Just dont USE krlnx this dev drop a brocken build and vanish ... First and last one i use something from him ...
So a basic; krlnx mod boost your hashrate but you loose 30% expected share ... Use new ccminer release from tpru u get same hashrate and REAL SHARE.
For 1070 u can push -i 25, Coreclock + 100/140 depend on card, MemoryClock -1500. I dont use 1080, but i bet u can push them to -i 26, to grab a solid 50mh/s+ per 1080ti

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases link to tpruvot version.

Yes indeed...

How do you lose 30% of expected shares?  You mean rejected shares?  

Not rejected shares, is a weird thing and i dont analyze deeper on this. I get 70% of expected share with this hashrate report, so remove 30% of your hashrate when u use krnlx

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August 19, 2017, 04:01:00 PM
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To All Ubuntu / *nix guru outhere,

I read the 2unix script and I still don't understand why it's removing the  "Windows partition data".
I'm pretty sure the thumbdrive is mounted under m1 alias, but why do we need to zero the sda partition. That doesn't make sense to me. (Is it a preparation in case I need to copy the mounted m1 to sda?)

My aim is to dual boot Windows 10 with it.

It zeroes out that partition because there were some problems with the script being run on the windows partition on boot that were fixed by moving the script to the / partition on the first bootup of the system in version 0018.  I would think that once you've got your thumb drive all configured, you could just dd the / partition (and any other linux partitions) to a hard drive alongside windows so long as you know how to edit the grub configuration or windows config manager (BCD) to boot to the correct linux partition for the o/s in order to get dual boot to work.  That can be tricky though, so i wouldn't recommend doing it on a drive you're afraid to lose data on without backing up everything first.
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Thanks for posting this info - I banged my head against a wall for quite a while trying to figure this error out before giving up on it.  This worked like a charm for me.

Though I think I'm still getting really low hashrates for skunk - whattomine thinks I should be getting 450mh/s with 5 1080 Tis and 7 1070s but I was only getting around 300mh/s.  With the new krnlx miner I'm still only getting about 370Mh/s, which still seems pretty low.  My miner also restarts with the watchdog reporting under utilization.  My 1080 Tis are only running at about 60% and 1070s at 80-85% capacity.  Can't figure out what's causing that.

EDIT: I added the '-i 25' flag to the command line and boosted core clock on the 1070s to +125 now I'm up at 480mh/s =)

Hum just stay away from krnlx release ... Low report share is a "know" problem ...
I lost one week of mining on this stupid release ... Just dont USE krlnx this dev drop a brocken build and vanish ... First and last one i use something from him ...
So a basic; krlnx mod boost your hashrate but you loose 30% expected share ... Use new ccminer release from tpru u get same hashrate and REAL SHARE.
For 1070 u can push -i 25, Coreclock + 100/140 depend on card, MemoryClock -1500. I dont use 1080, but i bet u can push them to -i 26, to grab a solid 50mh/s+ per 1080ti

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases link to tpruvot version.

Yes indeed...

How do you lose 30% of expected shares?  You mean rejected shares?  

Not rejected shares, is a weird thing and i dont analyze deeper on this. I get 70% of expected share with this hashrate report, so remove 30% of your hashrate when u use krnlx

Where are you getting your expected shares tally from?  I think that varies based on difficulty of the shares calculated which is determined by the stratum server, not your machine, so i don't know how you'd reliably determine expected shares in order to reason that you're losing 30%.  Right now with 460-480Mh/s I'm getting about 22 coins an hour, which seems to be in line with the predictions of whattomine.com's mining calculator profit wise, ~ 525-550 coins a day @ $.07 per coin = ~$37-38.00 /day.

 I haven't mined at length with TPruvot ccminer 2.2 with the current configuration on my system, so I don't know if it would result in higher profit, but krnlx seems to be on point for profitability estimates now that I've got it properly configured and my clock settings are dialed in.   FWIW, I'm not sure why you're downclocking your memory so much.  I overclock mine +100 on 1070s and +800 on 1080 Tis.  I see no benefit from underclocking memory on Nvidia cards really since power usage comes from core clock speed primarily, and it could result in unstable mining to underclock memory too much.

EDIT:  I had the under use problem with Watchdog as well, but I took care of that by raising my clock speed on my GPUs from +100 to +125 and setting intensity to -i 25, now I don't have watchdog restarts at all. 
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Is it possible to add the Ethminer fork in the next release?

It works fine for my Nvidia cards and has no dev fee instead of Claymore: https://github.com/ethereum-mining/ethminer/releases

Hmm checking this Github repo, I see this is NOT the same as Genoil's ethminer (there's a FAQ explaining there). So, the question is... Does it perform better than Genoil's? Anyone actually tested?
i built the code and tested, it has the same hashrate as Genoil's in nvOC.
but it could have more features, e.g. shwo hashrate per card.,so it's better to add it in the next nvOC release.

Genoil is a fork of ethminer.  I can include the standard ethminer as well.

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I'm trying to mine ZCOIN on Mining Pool Hub. I keep getting "reject reason: low difficulty share of ________". Is there any way to fix this?

Thanks so much!

in the 1bash file, scroll down 2/3 of the way down and find this part and add a z at the end of the algo type:
if [ $COIN == "ZCOIN" ]
then
HCD='/home/m1/TPccminer/ccminer'
ADDR="$ZCOIN_ADDRESS.$ZCOIN_WORKER"

until $HCD -a lyra2z -o $ZCOIN_POOL -u $ADDR -p x
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   echo "FAILURE; reinit in 5" >&2
   sleep 5
done
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Here is the "owners manual" for ccminer: https://github.com/palginpav/ccminer/blob/windows/README.txt

There are many commands that you can use in the 1bash.  Changing your intensity "-i   " is helpful to gain some h/s.  On my 1080TIs I added an extra 35MH/s to each card by using: until $HCD -a lbry -o $LBC_POOL -u $ADDR -p x -i 23

Also if you try to mine DMD, you need to change the -a "  " from "groestl" to "dmd-gr"

Thanks for finding errors jlbaseball11; I will fix these for v0019.

If anyone notices an error please post here or pm me; so I can fix it. 

I have also been informed that I have a spelling mistake in 1bash:

EXTENTION instead of EXTENSION

I have changed this already for v0019.

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Thanks for posting this info - I banged my head against a wall for quite a while trying to figure this error out before giving up on it.  This worked like a charm for me.

Though I think I'm still getting really low hashrates for skunk - whattomine thinks I should be getting 450mh/s with 5 1080 Tis and 7 1070s but I was only getting around 300mh/s.  With the new krnlx miner I'm still only getting about 370Mh/s, which still seems pretty low.  My miner also restarts with the watchdog reporting under utilization.  My 1080 Tis are only running at about 60% and 1070s at 80-85% capacity.  Can't figure out what's causing that.

EDIT: I added the '-i 25' flag to the command line and boosted core clock on the 1070s to +125 now I'm up at 480mh/s =)

Hum just stay away from krnlx release ... Low report share is a "know" problem ...
I lost one week of mining on this stupid release ... Just dont USE krlnx this dev drop a brocken build and vanish ... First and last one i use something from him ...
So a basic; krlnx mod boost your hashrate but you loose 30% expected share ... Use new ccminer release from tpru u get same hashrate and REAL SHARE.
For 1070 u can push -i 25, Coreclock + 100/140 depend on card, MemoryClock -1500. I dont use 1080, but i bet u can push them to -i 26, to grab a solid 50mh/s+ per 1080ti

https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer/releases link to tpruvot version.

Yes indeed...

How do you lose 30% of expected shares?  You mean rejected shares?  

Not rejected shares, is a weird thing and i dont analyze deeper on this. I get 70% of expected share with this hashrate report, so remove 30% of your hashrate when u use krnlx

Where are you getting your expected shares tally from?  I think that varies based on difficulty of the shares calculated which is determined by the stratum server, not your machine, so i don't know how you'd reliably determine expected shares in order to reason that you're losing 30%.  Right now with 460-480Mh/s I'm getting about 22 coins an hour, which seems to be in line with the predictions of whattomine.com's mining calculator profit wise, ~ 525-550 coins a day @ $.07 per coin = ~$37-38.00 /day.

 I haven't mined at length with TPruvot ccminer 2.2 with the current configuration on my system, so I don't know if it would result in higher profit, but krnlx seems to be on point for profitability estimates now that I've got it properly configured and my clock settings are dialed in.   FWIW, I'm not sure why you're downclocking your memory so much.  I overclock mine +100 on 1070s and +800 on 1080 Tis.  I see no benefit from underclocking memory on Nvidia cards really since power usage comes from core clock speed primarily, and it could result in unstable mining to underclock memory too much.

EDIT:  I had the under use problem with Watchdog as well, but I took care of that by raising my clock speed on my GPUs from +100 to +125 and setting intensity to -i 25, now I don't have watchdog restarts at all. 

I get same result on suprnova or pool.mn, for 2 days on each after i install krnlx, i lost 30% income and lost 30% on wathtomine prediction.
I give a try to push my MemoryClock to +100 and i lost hashrate instant, prolly depend from the card. Maybe try to lower your MemoryClock u gona gain more hashrate. I use 8 x ASUS 1070 8OG, i have stable for more them 24h running and get 242+mh/s

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August 19, 2017, 05:07:23 PM
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Hey guys quick one, on nvOC15 it seemed to be internet bandwidth friendly this new version seems to suck up a fair bit of juice to the point where there isnt enough for any other device in the house.

I notice there is a new remote in terminal is that a possible culprit?

No need for Full zero to reply I am sure a member has already solved it.  I searched back the last 30 pages and used search but couldnt find anything.

I am in Australia and unfortunately our internet speeds are ranked pretty poor compared to other OECD countries.

This is most likely due to Ubuntu updates.  In v0019 I have disabled all but security updates, and have manually installed all beneficial ones.  It is also likely that some updates will cause major problems with x and the nvidia driver.  I resolved these for v0019.

For now; I recommend going to the top left, clicking the ubuntu button; then typing software: click on 'Software & Updates'; click the Updates tab, and unselect the Recommend updates and Unsupported updates.  This should prevent an update causing a problem / update downloads killing your internet / usb key speed.

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August 19, 2017, 05:10:17 PM
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Hi,

Thanks for nvOC!!!

Got BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO with G3900 but can not boot nvOC on it with 6 GPU, with latest BIOS
anyone have latest BIOS settings for nvOC?

I got PCI errors full of screen...
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If you are using a BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO; ensure Mining Mode is enabled in the bios.  Also ensure Max TOLUD is set to 3.5 GB in the bios.
NOTE: you must first only connect 6x GPUs, boot, make Bios changes, save and reboot, shutdown, add the other 6x GPUs, attach the USB or SSD and boot

Hope that helps.

When I first got one of these mobos; I had the same problem.  After looking at their website; I made bios changes as ATCkit as indicated.  This resolved the problem.  It is odd that with a 'mining motherboard'  the default bios settings are not those needed for mining.


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August 19, 2017, 05:12:58 PM
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I think that the new updates to Ubuntu have stopped the ability to use more that 6 GPUs.  I had a rig with 13 and after a reboot I can only use 6.

This is possible: see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg21018874#msg21018874

It is also possible to break x completely with some updates.

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August 19, 2017, 05:16:02 PM
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Is there a benefit to downloading any drivers for the cards?  I never have and have been mining fine with nvOC for a few months now.

I haven't noticed any real difference other than with 1080tis.  Even then it is mostly stability that has improved.  Other members have reported better hashrates with newer drivers; this hasn't been my experience; but it may be only specific models are improved.

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August 19, 2017, 05:18:00 PM
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Hi,

can you explain to me how to set Power limit for GPU-z ?
also when i try to OC on bash file no effect, i must do it in powermizer to work.

On another note I have Asrock H110 BTC+ PRO with 13*P106-100 6GB GPU-z, they all work fine, and i see ppl asking about CPU, G3900 i not enough minimum you should tell them is i3 7100 3.9ghz 2-Cor/4-Thread
i had G3900 but system froze a lot as CPU usage was 70+% now with the i3 everything is good, CPU usage avg. 20-30%

The problem is with the P106-100 not being properly recognized in nvOC.  Until they are; you will not be able to use powerlimit or OC with them.

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