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September 14, 2017, 07:07:12 PM
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Is it sort of trivial to make the adjustments in nvOC for going over 13 GPUs? I should be crossing that threshold soon enough..
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September 14, 2017, 07:28:22 PM
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@damNmad

Thanx for your reply.

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It has to go like this:

Worker is what you add on suprnova portal

Code:

ZEN_WORKER="gaol"


Address is your username for logging into suprnova portal

Code:

ZEN_ADDRESS="gaol"

Now all working fine ...

After some minutes I have >750 sol/s per GPU. Is it a good number for a gtx1080ti ?

I probably need to twicking powerlimit / cc / cm ...

By the way, powerlimit is a watt number but I just don't know if cc and/or cm are for Mhz or % ?

What's your favorite overclocking or dowclocking numbers (powerlimit / cc / cm) for a MSI Geforce gtx1080ti Gaming OC ?

In advance, thanks for your help.

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Glad it worked.

Speaking of OC's , I only have 1 rig, which has only 1060's.

I can suggest the best for it but not much about 1080 TBH.

nvOC doesn't use %

I would suggest to try 80% of your power limit, my 1060 power limit is 120 and 80% of it is 96.

Core clock, fullzero suggested me in the beginning to increase 10 at a time until it crashes.

Once you find the stable CC - core clock then increase the MC - memory clock 50 at a time until you see the number of sols stable

This is just my illustration from my experience of 1060. If I were you, I would Google first and try what people suggesting, there are lots of topics about this

Tip: Every algorithm and every coin is different, so you need to change it depending on algorithm/coin you mine.

PS: Welcome to the Jungle Cheesy

Thanks for your reply damNmad.

As you mentioned and as suggested by fullzero, I'm gonna try to oc core clock 10 by 10 until crashes.

Once the cc is stable, I'm gonna try to oc memory clock by 50 until stable sols levels.

Regards.

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P.S.: many thanks to fullzero and all the co-workers for this amazing mining nvoc' os.
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September 14, 2017, 08:01:59 PM
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I plan to try salfter's coin switching app soon, but would like to know your experience first: what has been shown to be more lucrative, Mining Pool Hub or NiceHash? (Sorry if it's been asked before, couldn't find any previous answers.)
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September 14, 2017, 08:21:41 PM
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guys is there any tuts to mine HUSH? open the bash wow a lot of codes lol... can someone help me? and i heard from the vid how to , he said don't touch this below this line....
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September 14, 2017, 08:34:07 PM
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I plan to try salfter's coin switching app soon, but would like to know your experience first: what has been shown to be more lucrative, Mining Pool Hub or NiceHash? (Sorry if it's been asked before, couldn't find any previous answers.)

There was a lengthy comparison somewhere on this forum between MPH, NiceHash, and zpool that found zpool to charge the lowest overall fees and thus be the most profitable.
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September 14, 2017, 08:37:21 PM
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I plan to try salfter's coin switching app soon, but would like to know your experience first: what has been shown to be more lucrative, Mining Pool Hub or NiceHash? (Sorry if it's been asked before, couldn't find any previous answers.)

There was a lengthy comparison somewhere on this forum between MPH, NiceHash, and zpool that found zpool to charge the lowest overall fees and thus be the most profitable.

Cool, thanks! I'll look again in the previous pages to catch up with this discussion.
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September 14, 2017, 09:32:52 PM
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Guys; I thought of keeping all the best OC settings in one place for all the available cards in the market.

I would need your help to input your best OC finds bit of details; happy to update it time to time; it would help us hit the rock bottom (even for a beginner).

You can PM me or Post a reply on this post or request on this post :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2176936

Hope I get good support from our nvOC community members to make this possible Smiley

This is URL :

http://krypto-mining.blogspot.co.uk/

I've only started; any suggestions welcome Smiley

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September 14, 2017, 10:22:36 PM
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Hi

I'm having a problem where nvoc mines xmr instead of HUSH which i configured in 1bash. It does not utilize my GPUs at all. please help.

I found a solution, there are 2 1bash files one at "home" and the other at "9.4 MB volume", i edited the wrong one

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September 14, 2017, 10:38:01 PM
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Guys I cant see the mining stats, instead on my screen it says "
Process in screen miner; attach with: screen -r miner
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September 14, 2017, 10:41:04 PM
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Guys I cant see the mining stats, instead on my screen it says "
Process in screen miner; attach with: screen -r miner

press F12 and write screen -r miner and it'll show you

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September 14, 2017, 10:55:25 PM
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Guys I cant see the mining stats, instead on my screen it says "
Process in screen miner; attach with: screen -r miner

press F12 and write screen -r miner and it'll show you

thanks! ill try, I choose to update and is just screw up the whole thing... reinstall it again now.. can we update the driver and ubuntu?
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September 14, 2017, 11:00:24 PM
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Cool, thanks! I'll look again in the previous pages to catch up with this discussion.

Sorry, it wasn't in this discussion, but on bitcointalk.org somewhere. You'll have to have a google to find it! Regardless, I think they're still working on full zpool integration into nvOC. But anyways, I don't know anything as I don't use any of these services.
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September 14, 2017, 11:37:11 PM
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Cool, thanks! I'll look again in the previous pages to catch up with this discussion.

Sorry, it wasn't in this discussion, but on bitcointalk.org somewhere. You'll have to have a google to find it! Regardless, I think they're still working on full zpool integration into nvOC. But anyways, I don't know anything as I don't use any of these services.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2067256.0


So there is an interesting comment in that thread about the tests being done while altcoins were rising and with zpool/mph lagging in conversion they performed better, vs nicehash "instant" conversation to bitcoin. In a down market, nicehash may get better results (?) ...something to think about.
 
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September 14, 2017, 11:51:26 PM
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I'm loving this os so far.

So what happens when my gpu crashes? does it restart nvOC(even at "soft" crash) or what?
I'm also assuming it'll handle network connection loss as well?  

Thank you all.

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NOTE: If you are connecting a monitor directly to the motherboard (don't do this);
only connect a monitor to the primary GPU (the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU)


if someone can tell me the reason for this, please let me know, because it seems to work fine.

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September 15, 2017, 12:07:34 AM
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Guys I cant see the mining stats, instead on my screen it says "
Process in screen miner; attach with: screen -r miner

press F12 and write screen -r miner and it'll show you

didn't do anything after i press f12 and then i type:
screen -r miner

anything else i should try?
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September 15, 2017, 02:03:02 AM
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Guys I cant see the mining stats, instead on my screen it says "
Process in screen miner; attach with: screen -r miner

press F12 and write screen -r miner and it'll show you

didn't do anything after i press f12 and then i type:
screen -r miner

anything else i should try?

It seems you are using localy attached monitor to your rig but you are using REMOTE setting in your 1bash.

Edit your 1bash file, choose "LOCAL" on the "LOCALorREMOTE" setting and you will see the mining window when you connect monitor to your rig. Once you edit and save, you will have to kill and restart the mining process or just reboot your rig.

REMOTE should be used when you don't have monitor attached to your rig (eg. remote location) and you connect to your rig trough ssh.

LOCAL should be used when you have monitor physically attached to your mining rig.
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September 15, 2017, 02:40:07 AM
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I'm loving this os so far.

So what happens when my gpu crashes? does it restart nvOC(even at "soft" crash) or what?
I'm also assuming it'll handle network connection loss as well?  

Thank you all.

Edit:

NOTE: If you are connecting a monitor directly to the motherboard (don't do this);
only connect a monitor to the primary GPU (the one in the 16x slot closest to the CPU)


if someone can tell me the reason for this, please let me know, because it seems to work fine.


If you enable watchdog in your 1bash file, then yes, it will restart the mining process when it detects low usage in hope to resolve the issue, if unsuccessful, it will reboot the whole rig. Watchdog also checks the network connection.

The reason for not using the on-board video is that it causes problems with the X server (xorg, window manager, graphical interface) and overal overclocking. I giess you might be able to use very low OC and get away with it, or you might skip this on-board GPU when overclocking and not include it in the mining process but that involves lots of messing with lots of files. It's best if you disable this on-board GPU in the bios.
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September 15, 2017, 03:17:20 AM
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Guys; I thought of keeping all the best OC settings in one place for all the available cards in the market.

I would need your help to input your best OC finds bit of details; happy to update it time to time; it would help us hit the rock bottom (even for a beginner).

You can PM me or Post a reply on this post or request on this post :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2176936

Hope I get good support from our nvOC community members to make this possible Smiley

This is URL :

http://krypto-mining.blogspot.co.uk/

I've only started; any suggestions welcome Smiley

Great idea damNmad. Fellow nvOC'ers, lets post our OC settings there and build a database and help eachother squeeze the most out of this great mining OS
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September 15, 2017, 03:36:11 AM
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Is it sort of trivial to make the adjustments in nvOC for going over 13 GPUs? I should be crossing that threshold soon enough..

The default setting in nvOC support up to 14 GPU's. With a bit of editing (1bash, 3main, auto_temp, xorg.conf) you should be able to add support for more GPU's.

Someone reported that got 19 GPU's to work with a bit of editing, but do you really want to add more GPU's to one motherboard? If something goes wrong, all 19 GPU's will go down and not mine... not to mention troubleshooting nightmares if one GPU or riser start acting up, then there is power strugle...
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September 15, 2017, 03:55:13 AM
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Anyone tested this distro with the Asrock H110 Pro BTC+ ?

All I get is a purple screen followed by the Ubuntu logo then a black screen and the USB key flashing forever. Tried 3 different USB drive same problem with one and the other one gives me a grub error.

Lot of us are using this board, works well with nvOC.
You shouldn't be getting grub error if imaging was good... have you checked SHA256 hash? Use HDDRawCopy to image the USB key. Have you connected molex connectors to the motherboard? How many risers are connected to one SATA cable? With 1060 and 1050 you can connect 3 risers on one SATA cable, don't connect more than 3. If this was done, then try booting with 1 GPU only, see if it will boot, then shutdown and add another one, and so on...
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