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June 09, 2017, 06:03:34 PM
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I have noticed this ZEC worker (looks like a 6x 1070 rig) mining for me; I'm not sure if it is intentional or not:



For new miners: always ensure that you replace my addresses with your own for any coin you mine. (unless you are intentionally mining for me)



I have noticed a lot of XMR miners pointed to the nvOC default XMR address as well.  Could be a farm or many individual miners.

To reduce the possibility of unintended mining for me I have changed the default setting of plusCPU in the newest oneBash:

plusCPU="NO"

if you have plusCPU="YES" in oneBash; your rig will mine a very minor amount of XMR with the CPU.  To ensure this mining is for you; in this section:

# if plusCPU is "YES" replace with your XMR info
XMR_WORKER="nvOC"
XMR_ADDRESS="47sghzufGhJJDQEbScMCwVBimTuq6L5JiRixD8VeGbpjCTA12noXmi4ZyBZLc99e66NtnKff34fHsGR oyZk3ES1s1V4QVcB.23d5f83d0021a50d8f809f4727c8622d3ea25798942bcb1ba0eee40cc157f6 5c"
XMR_POOL="stratum+tcp://xmr-us-east1.nanopool.org:14444"

you need to replace my XMR address:

XMR_ADDRESS="47sghzufGhJJDQEbScMCwVBimTuq6L5JiRixD8VeGbpjCTA12noXmi4ZyBZLc99e66NtnKff34fHsGR oyZk3ES1s1V4QVcB.23d5f83d0021a50d8f809f4727c8622d3ea25798942bcb1ba0eee40cc157f6 5c"

with your own (unless you are intentionally mining for me)

I have had reports from users of 1080ti rigs having slightly lower GPU hashrates while using all threads with plusCPU.  I have also noticed this myself with 7+ GPU rigs.  I implemented a threadCOUNT (was xleejohnx's idea) which I default to 1 thread in the newest oneBash. 

# Number of threads for plusCPU
threadCOUNT="1"         

In my tests using 1 thread had no effect on GPU hashrates; so I recommend making an XMR wallet if you don't already have one (you can also use a poloniex deposit address as well for this) and using plusCPU with threadCOUNT="1" .

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worker is still mining for me.  If this is intentional; thanks you are very generous. 

If not; I don't know what I can do other than to try to bring this to the owners attention by posting about this here.


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June 09, 2017, 06:28:52 PM
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When I first experimented with nvoc, I replaced ETH addresses to mine, reboot and BUT it started mining ZEC instead.....
... later I found out that I need to also change the COIN to ETH instead of the default ZEC....
Maybe that's the case below with the 6xZotac1070.... 2800mhs, 6 cards that is about right...

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June 09, 2017, 08:55:56 PM
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@fullzero, V015 is working perfectly!

Not sure if you like it, but to speed up the boot process, you might want to consider the following:

sudo visudo  -f /etc/sudoers.d/90-m1
and add the following line:
m1  ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL

There will be no password asking when sudoing, that way you can loose all the expects, passwords and sleeps in the bash files.
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June 09, 2017, 09:22:34 PM
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Maybe that's the case below with the 6xZotac1070.... 2800mhs, 6 cards that is about right...

Yeah I think it's a 6x Zotac 1070 mini or at least some sort of 6x 1070 rig.

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When I first experimented with nvoc, I replaced ETH addresses to mine, reboot and BUT it started mining ZEC instead.....
... later I found out that I need to also change the COIN to ETH instead of the default ZEC....

Maybe that is what has happened here.


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June 09, 2017, 09:38:42 PM
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@fullzero, V015 is working perfectly!

Not sure if you like it, but to speed up the boot process, you might want to consider the following:

sudo visudo  -f /etc/sudoers.d/90-m1
and add the following line:
m1  ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL

There will be no password asking when sudoing, that way you can loose all the expects, passwords and sleeps in the bash files.

That would be convenient.   If there is enough interest in this I will make a password-less version. 

I am not sure if I want to allow EWBF or Claymore run as root.  Being closed source I can't review the code and ensure it is all on the up and up.

Don't get me wrong; it wouldn't be in the best interests of EWBF or Claymore to put malicious code in their miners: so I don't think it is the case.

But IMO slightly slower boot is worth better peace of mind.

If anyone else wants a password-less version: let me know.


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June 09, 2017, 10:06:28 PM
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@fullzero, V015 is working perfectly!

Not sure if you like it, but to speed up the boot process, you might want to consider the following:

sudo visudo  -f /etc/sudoers.d/90-m1
and add the following line:
m1  ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL

There will be no password asking when sudoing, that way you can loose all the expects, passwords and sleeps in the bash files.

That would be convenient.   If there is enough interest in this I will make a password-less version. 

I am not sure if I want to allow EWBF or Claymore run as root.  Being closed source I can't review the code and ensure it is all on the up and up.

Don't get me wrong; it wouldn't be in the best interests of EWBF or Claymore to put malicious code in their miners: so I don't think it is the case.

But IMO slightly slower boot is worth better peace of mind.

If anyone else wants a password-less version: let me know.



Well it's not really password-less, it just removes the need for entering a password when you 'sudo' a command. So the miners don't run as root, it's just for nvidia-smi commands to run in oneBash as (sudo)root without expect. I'm personally not into a password-less version.
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OP, I am up and running w/ OC and manual fan speed now that my risers arrived and I can run multi-GPU.  Obviously none of the End Users are going to be running single-GPU so there's no point in troubleshooting that further.

Asus Prime Z270-A mobo
Celeron G3930
4 GB Crucial DDR4 (single DIMM)
5 x Gigabyte GTX 1070 Founders Edition
Currently pulling 760W per Kill-A-Watt

Pic of the rig (sans case/frame - that's my project for this weekend):


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ETH - Total Speed: 144.729 Mh/s, Total Shares: 90, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:55
ETH: GPU0 28.665 Mh/s, GPU1 29.208 Mh/s, GPU2 29.187 Mh/s, GPU3 29.206 Mh/s, GPU4 28.464 Mh/s
GPU0 t=62C fan=85%, GPU1 t=63C fan=85%, GPU2 t=62C fan=85%, GPU3 t=65C fan=85%, GPU4 t=60C fan=85%

THANK YOU SO MUCH for your hard work.  I am going to run this rig for 24 hours (from 9pm EDT tonight till 9pm EDT Saturday) using your Ethereum address to show my appreciation, and hope others will follow my lead on this.  I am not a stranger to Linux, but very much a novice, and I was not making much progress in getting Nvidia to play nice with Ubuntu.  You saved me quite a bit of time and headaches.  Keep up the great work!

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June 10, 2017, 02:43:09 AM
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Fellow miners,

this is the build I use with my Nvidia 1000 series rigs.  I am providing it to the community 100% free, with no fees (from me at least):
(Claymore's miner still has his fee if you mine ETH or ETC; EWBF defaults to 0 fee: which you can easily change if you want to; EWBF 0.3.3b. is awesome)

Please Note:
I don't have any Maxwell cards, so I didn't test them.  According to Nvidia, the driver should support them as well.  I'm not sure if nvOC (as is) can support Maxwell Cards.

nvOC is a customized Ubuntu 16.04 build with Nvidia individual card OC and individual card powerlimit support, manual fan support, auto launching on boot, and a single easy to configure Bash Script (oneBash) which can be configured from a windows pc using wordpad.

nvOC is easy-to-use and supports mining (with the newest oneBash):

ZEC   DGB   SIA   ZCL   FTC   LBC   MUSIC   ETC   EXP   ETH   DCR   PASC
DUAL_ETC_DCR       DUAL_ETC_PASC        DUAL_ETC_LBC         DUAL_ETC_SC
DUAL_EXP_DCR       DUAL_EXP_PASC        DUAL_EXP_LBC         DUAL_EXP_SC
DUAL_ETH_DCR       DUAL_ETH_PASC        DUAL_ETH_LBC        DUAL_ETH_SC
DUAL_MUSIC_DCR   DUAL_MUSIC_PASC    DUAL_MUSIC_LBC    DUAL_MUSIC_SC


the newest oneBash Link


nvOC uses EWBF, Claymore, sgminer, and ccminer (both tpruvot and sp-hash) and plusCPU uses cpuminer-opt;
if you want an additional algorithm or mining client post here or pm me the details and I will add it to the next version

DEMO VIDEO Link

Phil's rig DEMO VIDEO Link

1070 Example Rig Link; 1.02$/hash (hash in sol/s) or less

1060 Example Rig Link; 1.02$/hash (hash in sol/s) or less

amdOC_Beta_v0010 Link

Current Version: v0015

If you are planning on mining with a single GPU with nvOC read this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg19449945#msg19449945
 
  this version is intended for USB keys
  However you can use an SSD or HDD with a USB adapter cable
: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg19300078#msg19300078
  Or you can follow this process to enable Autolaunch with an SSD or HDD install
: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1854250.msg19328385#msg19328385
  
Change Log:
v0015
  auto detect: all GPUs OC (for all fully supported motherboards and almost all Intel motherboards)
  disabled password lockout
  added screen and openssh-server(disabled by default)
  plusCPU setting to enable cpuminer-opt to mine XMR on the side
  threadCOUNT selection option for plusCPU
    ETHERMINEdotORG switch
    DGB COIN selection with DGB or BTC payout
    SIA COIN selection

v0014
  added individual card powerlimits
  added manual fan control
  added Guake terminal (press f12 for a standard terminal)
  fixed ccminer libcudart.so.8.0 error
  removed build error logs causing system error messages
  oneBash changes:
    moved oneBash to the Windows partition (you can now configure oneBash on the computer you image the USB key with)

v0013
  dummy plug is no longer required
  added ccminer (both tpruvot and sp-hash)
  added CUDA 8.0
  updated Claymore to 9.0
  installed Ubuntu updates
  oneBash changes:
    moved pool addresses and ports to the top section
    added individual card cc and mc OC
    added 1050 switch (use if you have 1050's in your rig)
    added LBC, DUAL_ETC_PASC  DUAL_ETC_LBC  DUAL_ETH_PASC  DUAL_ETH_LBC

v0012 (initial release)

fully supported motherboard links:

ASRock H81 PRO BTC (6x gpu) Link

BIOSTAR TB85 (6x gpu) Link

MSI Z270-A PRO (6x gpu: 7x if you use 1x m2 adapter) Link

GIGABYTE GA-B250M-Gaming 3 (4x gpu) Link

BIOSTAR TB250-BTC (6x gpu) Link

ASUS Z270-F GAMING (7x gpu: 9x if you use 2x m2 adapters)  Link

MSI Z170A GAMING M5 (7x gpu) Link

ASUS PRIME Z270-A (7x gpu: 9x if you use 2x m2 adapters) Link

GIGABYTE GA-Z270P-D3 (6x gpu) Link

ASUS PRIME H270-PLUS (6x gpu: 8x if you use 2x m2 adapters) Link


If you don't have an imaging program already download HDDRawCopy (Link)


nvOC_v0015 Link use this image for all mobos  Wink
Note: you still need to implement bios setting changes.  The SHA256 hash (for the zip) is:
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90465b0521590a9e850a84bb1edbc184bac24aba7d309b20adaf106e364b534e


If you are using an ASRock H81 PRO BTC or BIOSTAR TB85; either should work with without any changes to the bios settings.


If you are using an MSI Z270-A PRO; ensure you enable Above 4G memory option in the bios before connecting the nvOC USB.  


If you are using a GIGABYTE GA-B250M-Gaming 3; ensure the Audio Controller is disabled in the bios.


If you are using a BIOSTAR TB250-BTC; ensure Miner Mode is enabled in the bios.  Also ensure Max TOLUD is set to 3.5 GB in the bios.


If you are using an ASUS Z270-F GAMING; ensure 'Above 4G Decoding' is enabled in the bios.  Also ensure PTP aware OS: is set to 'Not PTP Aware' in the bios.  Finally, ensure you 'Clear Secure Boot Keys' in the bios.


If you are using an MSI Z170-A GAMING M5; ensure 'Above 4G Decoding' is enabled in the bios.  Also download, unzip and copy to a usb key ( the 2016-12-19 Version 1.D ) Bios and follow instructions to flash the bios.


If you are using an ASUS PRIME Z270-A; ensure 'Above 4G Decoding' is enabled in the bios.  Also ensure PTP aware OS: is set to 'Not PTP Aware' in the bios.  Finally, ensure you 'Clear Secure Boot Keys' in the bios.


If you are using a GIGABYTE GA-Z270P-D3; ensure the Audio Controller is disabled in the bios.


If you are using a ASUS PRIME H270-PLUS; You must update the bios; with this motherboard it can be done by connecting an ethernet cable and entering the EZ Flash 3 Utility.  Select DHCP and download then install the update.  It should look like this.  After updating ensure 'Above 4G Decoding' is enabled in the bios.


If you are using a BIOSTAR RACING Z170GT7; Ensure you are only using the first 6 pcie slots closest to the CPU.  Ensure you set Security Device Support to: Disable Finally ensure you set the max TOLUD to 3.5 gb


ENSURE THAT YOU unzip the image BEFORE YOU IMAGE YOUR USB  Wink


Use HDDRawCopy to image the extracted img file to the 16gb or larger usb ( see this guide for an HDDRawCopy walkthru )

Image to 16gb or larger USB key.  You may have trouble setting the powerlimit if the USB key you use is slow.  You can use any 16gb or larger USB key; however, I highly recommend using the lexar drive as it was one of the fastest USB keys I tested and is less than $8.  

I tested several different USB keys; I recommend using this $8 one:
https://www.amazon.com/Lexar-JumpDrive-16GB-Flash-Drive/dp/B00S5V5PMY

NOTE: You only need to configure the oneBash file in the Windows Partition.  If you don't have a text editor with syntax highlighting: open it with wordpad.  I recommend downloading atom if you don't have a text editor with syntax highlighting .

set COIN, POWERLIMIT, CORE AND MEMORY OC, INDIVIDUAL_CLOCKS, MANUAL_FAN, YOUR ADDRESSES and WORKERS / change POOL and PORT for each COIN if desired

This is the settings portion of oneBash:



direct link to image:
oneBash settings section

When you are done configuring oneBash ensure that you save, then eject the USB.

Attach the USB key to your rig and power it on.

NOTE: first boot will take longer to start mining as oneBash must be converted

All files are in the nvOC folder Link.

nvOC uses the 378.13 Driver.

the root password for nvOC is:

    miner1

Known Limitations and Issues:

If powerlimit isn't setting after editing oneBash on your rig; stop CPU mining ( press f12 to open guake terminal then press ctrl + c to stop the process ) and close the GPU mining process.  Reopen gnome terminal to relaunch oneBash.

Please let me know if there are any issues with this version not OCing cards with mobos.

Currently I know it cannot OC all 7x cards with an MSI z97 Gaming 5 mobo; and it does not OC with ryzen mobos.

Some individual cards may need lower clocks, but in general these are stable OC settings and the powerlimits I use; however, my power is expensive: so you may want to use a higher powerlimit if you have cheap power.

EVGA 1080ti SC              cc 150  mc 900  powerlimit 200
EVGA 1080ti FE              cc 150  mc 900  powerlimit 200
ZOTAC mini 1070's         cc 200  mc 900  powerlimit 125
EVGA FTW 1070's           cc 100  mc 600  powerlimit 118
ZOTAC amp 1060 6gb's   cc 150  mc 900  powerlimit 100
EVGA 1060 SC 6gb's       cc 100  mc 900  powerlimit 100
EVGA 1060 SC 3gb's       cc 100  mc 350  powerlimit 75
EVGA 1050ti SC 4gb's     cc 150  mc 1100  powerlimit 75

Depending on the algorithm; you may be able to overclock significantly more.  If your miner crashes at all, it is probably because your cc or mc OC is too high.  

IMO it is easier to start with a lower OC and walk up the OC until it becomes unstable, than to start at the max and walk it down to stability.

If you find nvOC helpful and would like me to expand it; please let me know.  I will make requested changes over time as I am available to.


Just to be clear, HDDRawCopy (Link) is the image link I need to download for this build correct?
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June 10, 2017, 03:49:04 AM
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Just to be clear, HDDRawCopy (Link) is the image link I need to download for this build correct?

No, HDDRawCopy is the imaging software you use to write the image to your flash drive.  http://www.hddguru.com/software/HDD-Raw-Copy-Tool/


This is the v0015 image: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3ra23kLdr5lamlnRFRfanVGREE/view?usp=sharing

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OP, I am up and running w/ OC and manual fan speed now that my risers arrived and I can run multi-GPU.  Obviously none of the End Users are going to be running single-GPU so there's no point in troubleshooting that further.

I think some members might have a desktop they normally use for web browsing or games; and then mine with the rest of the time: so I will fix it for them.

A single card is an edge case, so its a failure on my part not to have tested it earlier.


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Asus Prime Z270-A mobo
Celeron G3930
4 GB Crucial DDR4 (single DIMM)
5 x Gigabyte GTX 1070 Founders Edition
Currently pulling 760W per Kill-A-Watt

Pic of the rig (sans case/frame - that's my project for this weekend):


Code:
ETH - Total Speed: 144.729 Mh/s, Total Shares: 90, Rejected: 0, Time: 00:55
ETH: GPU0 28.665 Mh/s, GPU1 29.208 Mh/s, GPU2 29.187 Mh/s, GPU3 29.206 Mh/s, GPU4 28.464 Mh/s
GPU0 t=62C fan=85%, GPU1 t=63C fan=85%, GPU2 t=62C fan=85%, GPU3 t=65C fan=85%, GPU4 t=60C fan=85%

Looks good.  Please post another picture when your done with the frame.  I like pictures of mining rigs.

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THANK YOU SO MUCH for your hard work.  I am going to run this rig for 24 hours (from 9pm EDT tonight till 9pm EDT Saturday) using your Ethereum address to show my appreciation, and hope others will follow my lead on this.  I am not a stranger to Linux, but very much a novice, and I was not making much progress in getting Nvidia to play nice with Ubuntu.  You saved me quite a bit of time and headaches.  Keep up the great work!

Glad you like nvOC.  Thanks for the hashes   Grin



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Is it better to use the v15 image or the specific image for my board you created ?

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@fullzero, V015 is working perfectly!

Not sure if you like it, but to speed up the boot process, you might want to consider the following:

sudo visudo  -f /etc/sudoers.d/90-m1
and add the following line:
m1  ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL

There will be no password asking when sudoing, that way you can loose all the expects, passwords and sleeps in the bash files.

That would be convenient.   If there is enough interest in this I will make a password-less version. 

I am not sure if I want to allow EWBF or Claymore run as root.  Being closed source I can't review the code and ensure it is all on the up and up.

Don't get me wrong; it wouldn't be in the best interests of EWBF or Claymore to put malicious code in their miners: so I don't think it is the case.

But IMO slightly slower boot is worth better peace of mind.

If anyone else wants a password-less version: let me know.



Well it's not really password-less, it just removes the need for entering a password when you 'sudo' a command. So the miners don't run as root, it's just for nvidia-smi commands to run in oneBash as (sudo)root without expect. I'm personally not into a password-less version.


Ok, I see I was thinking this was more pervasive than it is.  As oneBash is not calling the mining clients with sudo; they will still be run with normal permissions. 

This does allow any user to execute root cmds; although this is probably not an issue most of the time with a mining rig. 

It would make things a lot more convenient, and also allow powerlimits to be reliably set on slow USBs. 

I just tried your suggestion and it does work as you describe; allowing m1 to execute root cmds without elevation.

fatsailor previously suggested changing the owner and permissions of oneBash to root; which is also a potential way of making oneBash leaner and more reliable.

I will probably make an elevation-less version with your suggestion; and a simplified oneBash: for members who are less concerned with security or want to use a very slow (and probably also cheap) USB key.



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Is it better to use the v15 image or the specific image for my board you created ?

I would use the v0015; as it has the newest oneBash, a few system updates, and is also portable to another rig.


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June 10, 2017, 04:35:10 AM
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Is anyone else out there mining with Founders Edition 1070s?  What OC/power settings are you using?

I've been running ~3 hours stable with:

__CORE_OVERCLOCK=200
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK=900

-pl 105

How much further can/should I push this with only 105W power?  I'm stuck with 2 cards per PCI-E cable until next week when I get a shipment of new cables.

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You said you have 2 gtx 1080 ti cards, just wondering what's the max hash rate you achived ?
I want to use your OS but unfortuntly ccminer DGB not supported.
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Is anyone else out there mining with Founders Edition 1070s?  What OC/power settings are you using?

I've been running ~3 hours stable with:

__CORE_OVERCLOCK=200
MEMORY_OVERCLOCK=900

-pl 105

How much further can/should I push this with only 105W power?  I'm stuck with 2 cards per PCI-E cable until next week when I get a shipment of new cables.


You can try upping the mc further; it depends on the specific card when it will start having problems.  When mining anything ethash I usually bump the memory up slowly until I have a crash then backoff to the previous setting.  If a crash happens again, I backoff again.

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You said you have 2 gtx 1080 ti cards, just wondering what's the max hash rate you achived ?
I want to use your OS but unfortuntly ccminer DGB not supported.

I never went all out with them; I can try this if you want, and tell you the results.  For my normal setting ranges with 1080tis see:

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You can mine DGB with the TP or SP ccminer forks.  I am not sure why alexis didn't implement his optimal DGB version in his linux branch.

I am also not sure how different the performance is between the TP fork and the windows alexis fork.

If someone tells me their OC settings and the result for their rig using the windows alexis fork: I can test and find this out as well.

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i really wanted to see a low security image with fast boot and sudos for cheap usb key option. we all miners monitor every few hours. im sure it will be fine if claymore/ewbf gonna plant some codes hidden inside.  we'll caught it before it could do anything harm to those rigs. 

cant wait
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Can I run some sort of update from withing the nvOS, or do I have to download a new version manually and make a new stick with it? Just thinking how would I go around managing updates for couple of rigs running nvOS...
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June 10, 2017, 02:22:14 PM
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Hey folks,

So I am new to mining.  Only cards I could get a couple of weeks ago was GTX1070 (as most of you know, AMD is nowhere to be found).

I have had a my first rig set up for about 10 days.  Windows 10, MSI Z270-A Plus mobo, 5x MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G.  I mine ETH only, using Claymore.  I am averaging about 30.6 M/H per card with decent stability.  Rig power draw 830 watts for 5 cards.  Temp 59-61 degrees. Fan speed 60%

Currently using nvidia 382.05 driver.

So I am awaiting my last component today for a second rig same mobo, same cards (but a 6 card rig).

If I try Fullzero's nvOC what can I expect?  I have zero experience with Linux, but I am comfortable with command line interfaces.

A few questions:
Do you always boot from USB?  Or can you install on an ssd?  My rig that has windows 10, if I change the boot order in BIOS to USB and boot with nvOC is this a "dual partition"?
Will I be able to get better stability and increase M/H?

Thanks
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