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June 12, 2013, 09:59:48 PM
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I use MSI Afterburner.  Let's me do all kinds of fun stuff. Smiley

maybe I will try that.
I pretty much have all the cards maxed out just would like to get them cooler.....
Need to get a riser cable so i can get the xfx7870 away from the 7870xt in this junky dell 3400. The xfx is running at 96C with the GPU throttled back at 85% only mining at 350 instead of 420.
It has been pinned at 96C for a month now... I tend to think it is lying as the card doesnt feel that hot and I have a box fan blowing on it. the 7870xt is at 74C. as noted all my other Dell precision 390s have 375watt supplies powering the cards without issues. the power supplies are cool to the touch and slightly warm at the circuit board level which tells me they arent pushing more than 300watts
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June 12, 2013, 10:00:05 PM
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Vs3, I see you're using crossfireX cables. I've allways had the impression that without em system works best.
I mean that you can individually max out each card without crossfire. (plus atleast I had ULP problems etc on my main comp)

To be quite honest - I haven't experimented much with the without-CrossX/with-CrossX - it just worked, so I decided it's best not to "fix" that Smiley
Btw only 4 of them are crossfired and the last one isn't - I managed to misplace the cable and haven't bothered buying a new one as it still just works...
So you might be right about that. I'll give it a shot over the weekend.


Lucko - about downclocking the memory - mine are at 450MHz, but that's only because at lower MHz sometimes the driver crashes and also it seems to affect the hashing speed. I can get mine easily down to 350MHz. I'm using the Sapphire Trixx - it also has an option to disable the ultra-lowvoltage-powersaving BS. Oh - and among the first things I do after booting up is to kill the CCC.exe and MOM.exe apps - they seem to want to tweak my cards and often cause the crashing.

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June 12, 2013, 10:20:54 PM
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I use cgminer, with it I don't need any overclocking utilities etc... I does all of it out-of-the-box, only "thing" with it is that its a console app, but with cgwatcher (which restarts miner if its crashes or cpu gets sick etc..) its golden in windows. Prolly lil more setting up tho (compared to guiminer etc...).
Only thing I had with it is that, because I run crossfire (with 4xxx cards, yeah old I know but best ones are all in the rigs Wink) I have to start a game, otherwise 2nd card doesnt get undervolted/overclocked core/underclock mem :/ (ULP problem, tried modifying registry etc, didnt work)

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June 12, 2013, 10:28:11 PM
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Vs3, I see you're using crossfireX cables. I've allways had the impression that without em system works best.
I mean that you can individually max out each card without crossfire. (plus atleast I had ULP problems etc on my main comp)

To be quite honest - I haven't experimented much with the without-CrossX/with-CrossX - it just worked, so I decided it's best not to "fix" that Smiley
Btw only 4 of them are crossfired and the last one isn't - I managed to misplace the cable and haven't bothered buying a new one as it still just works...
So you might be right about that. I'll give it a shot over the weekend.


Lucko - about downclocking the memory - mine are at 450MHz, but that's only because at lower MHz sometimes the driver crashes and also it seems to affect the hashing speed. I can get mine easily down to 350MHz. I'm using the Sapphire Trixx - it also has an option to disable the ultra-lowvoltage-powersaving BS. Oh - and among the first things I do after booting up is to kill the CCC.exe and MOM.exe apps - they seem to want to tweak my cards and often cause the crashing.
As far as I know crossfire uses more electricity as far as I know... And I kill CCC.exe to... I will look into killing MOM.exe too. I have .bat file that do that. I did play with mem clocks so I don't think this is a problem. Thanks if this is a attempt of figuring out crashes of drivers in 5970 black edition...
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June 12, 2013, 10:33:52 PM
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I use cgminer, with it I don't need any overclocking utilities etc... I does all of it out-of-the-box, only "thing" with it is that its a console app, but with cgwatcher (which restarts miner if its crashes or cpu gets sick etc..) its golden in windows. Prolly lil more setting up tho (compared to guiminer etc...).
Only thing I had with it is that, because I run crossfire (with 4xxx cards, yeah old I know but best ones are all in the rigs Wink) I have to start a game, otherwise 2nd card doesnt get undervolted/overclocked core/underclock mem :/ (ULP problem, tried modifying registry etc, didnt work)
Yes options like that are sweet...

--temp-target 74,70,70,75,75,75,75,65 --auto-fan --gpu-fan 70-100,60-100,50-100,70-100,70-100,70-100,70-100,30-100 --auto-gpu --gpu-engine 800-986,900-986,800-941,700-816,700-816,700-841,700-841,850-990 --gpu-memclock 900,900,300,300,300,150,150,300

just in case you dont to know. First are temperatures for my cards. Then I setup control for fans and as a backup option give cgminer chance to lower core MHz to have safe temperature... Then I setup mem clocks.

EDIT: From what I can figure 5xxx mem can go to 300 or even 150 but some cars get unstable, 6xxx can go to 900 and 7xxx can go to 1000.
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June 12, 2013, 10:51:14 PM
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I will look into killing MOM.exe too.

Agreed. I kill this every time I reboot (mostly I 'resume').

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June 12, 2013, 10:54:00 PM
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I use cgminer, with it I don't need any overclocking utilities etc... I does all of it out-of-the-box, only "thing" with it is that its a console app, but with cgwatcher (which restarts miner if its crashes or cpu gets sick etc..) its golden in windows. Prolly lil more setting up tho (compared to guiminer etc...).
Only thing I had with it is that, because I run crossfire (with 4xxx cards, yeah old I know but best ones are all in the rigs Wink) I have to start a game, otherwise 2nd card doesnt get undervolted/overclocked core/underclock mem :/ (ULP problem, tried modifying registry etc, didnt work)
Yes options like that are sweet...

--temp-target 74,70,70,75,75,75,75,65 --auto-fan --gpu-fan 70-100,60-100,50-100,70-100,70-100,70-100,70-100,30-100 --auto-gpu --gpu-engine 800-986,900-986,800-941,700-816,700-816,700-841,700-841,850-990 --gpu-memclock 900,900,300,300,300,150,150,300

just in case you dont to know. First are temperatures for my cards. Then I setup control for fans and as a backup option give cgminer chance to lower core MHz to have safe temperature... Then I setup mem clocks.

EDIT: From what I can figure 5xxx mem can go to 300 or even 150 but some cars get unstable, 6xxx can go to 900 and 7xxx can go to 1000.

i have my 6xxx cards memory at 275, i can go lower, below 200, but i do seem to lose hash rate, and higher only affects the temp.  I kill ccc, and combine trixx with cgminer  and get fan speeds between 1% and 50% with target temp at 70 but usually lower. i must be a lucky one!
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June 12, 2013, 10:59:53 PM
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[...]- about downclocking the memory - mine are at 450MHz, but that's only because at lower MHz sometimes the driver crashes and also it seems to affect the hashing speed. [...]

Hashing with 7970, cgminer + MSI Afterburner I undercloked  memory to the amount of 50-100 Mhz with core clock around 1140. I didn't see the impact on hashing power or driver crushes but GPU's fans speed and tempratures.


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June 12, 2013, 11:05:59 PM
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Hi folks,
            Not that i could tell you how, but i seem to have joined your pool ...I hope that is ok ?. I'm using my small Hakintosh dual boot win7/mac mountain lion computer on the mac side , using MacMiner application on BFG , my spec are as follows .

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i72600k running at 4.2GHz
GA-Z68MX-UD2H-B3 (rev. 1.0)
8 GB 1600MHz DDR3
AMD RadeonHD 6870 HD-687A-ZHFC - 1GB XFX HD 6870, 4200MHz GDDR5, GPU 900MHz, 1120 Cores, EyeFinity, HDMI/ 2x mini DisplayPort/ 2x DVI-I

MacOS X 10.8.4 (Tonymacx86 multibeast Hakintosh)

I'll only be on 12-15 hours a day or as long as my mobile phones internet connection is at home...

I've already had great help on here by Anonymailer in the MacMiner section which is welcoming, i look forward to finding out more and to meet more good folk.
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June 12, 2013, 11:24:29 PM
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Hi folks,
            Not that i could tell you how, but i seem to have joined your pool ...I hope that is ok ?. I'm using my small Hakintosh dual boot win7/mac mountain lion computer on the mac side , using MacMiner application on BFG , my spec are as follows .

Of course it is OK.  Smiley Most pools are open to anyone who wants to join them.

Welcome to the Madness!

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June 12, 2013, 11:57:43 PM
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20% hit in rewards last night due to increased hashing and a difficulty bump this weekend is pushing this GPU only guy to litecoins, Can anyone recommend a good thread or site for beginners?  Is there a slush's pool preferred pool for litecoins?



Edit: Googled it.

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June 13, 2013, 12:00:57 AM
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Hi folks,
            Not that i could tell you how, but i seem to have joined your pool ...I hope that is ok ?. I'm using my small Hakintosh dual boot win7/mac mountain lion computer on the mac side , using MacMiner application on BFG , my spec are as follows .

Of course it is OK.  Smiley Most pools are open to anyone who wants to join them.

Welcome to the Madness!

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Welcome, we're a pool (and a community), that's what it's about Smiley

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June 13, 2013, 01:05:57 AM
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How often should my account page on slushs website be updating itself to reflect the work my miners are doing?
I'm watching my GUIminer and my workers are acccepting shares literally every single minute, but on slushs website it says the time since last share for my worker is 1 hour and like 12 minutes. WTF.

Why is the website not updating the shares my workers are finding and therefore not updating my score and therefore not updating my reward?

Should it be updating every time a worker accepts a share?


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June 13, 2013, 01:19:20 AM
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How often should my account page on slushs website be updating itself to reflect the work my miners are doing?
I'm watching my GUIminer and my workers are acccepting shares literally every single minute, but on slushs website it says the time since last share for my worker is 1 hour and like 12 minutes. WTF.

Why is the website not updating the shares my workers are finding and therefore not updating my score and therefore not updating my reward?

Should it be updating every time a worker accepts a share?



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June 13, 2013, 02:12:21 AM
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im assuming this jump in hasing power is from 50btc being flaky today, im hoping it goes back to normal in day or two before the next difficulty i took about 10-15% decrease in payouts

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June 13, 2013, 02:27:12 AM
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im assuming this jump in hasing power is from 50btc being flaky today, im hoping it goes back to normal in day or two before the next difficulty i took about 10-15% decrease in payouts

I switch to 50btc because of the luck but there was connection problems so I switched back and missed about 5 good block Sad
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June 13, 2013, 04:07:11 AM
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Hi does anyone know why my share dropped from ~0.023 btc down to 0.017 btc all of sudden?  the asic blade is still running fine at around 13GH unchanged, but slush is showing my share dropped quite significantly, dont understand why.

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18533 2013-06-12 16:58:56 2:50:56 42352577 29016 0.01728739 241150 25.39820944 5 confirmations left
18532 2013-06-12 14:08:00 1:24:34 20677521 14436 0.01858818 241124 25.54674000 confirmed
18531 2013-06-12 12:43:26 3:23:57 44489992 35634 0.01630258 241115 25.10480000 confirmed  <---- now all of sudden only getting 0.017 btc
18530 2013-06-12 09:19:29 0:53:55 9964643 9450 0.02311202 241092 25.07820010 confirmed  <---- been getting 0.02X btc for weeks
18529 2013-06-12 08:25:34 0:15:30 2867723 2634 0.02181056 241080 25.24704812 confirmed
18528 2013-06-12 08:10:04 0:23:59 4440359 4128 0.02056921 241076 25.14980000 confirmed
18527 2013-06-12 07:46:05 0:26:42 4758169 4692 0.02249786 241071 25.08490896 confirmed
18526 2013-06-12 07:19:23 3:52:04 43429961 39750 0.02272453 241068 25.33501327 confirmed
18525 2013-06-12 03:27:19 0:39:17 7372985 6258 0.02092896 241039 25.12242555 confirmed
18524 2013-06-12 02:48:02 4:42:35 53459272 48906 0.02458063 241033 25.03670000 confirmed
18523 2013-06-11 22:05:27 1:15:25 14487253 12990 0.02276898 240997 25.52886700 confirmed
18522 2013-06-11 20:50:02 0:42:22 8204486 7422 0.02303774 240990 25.41680000 confirmed
18521 2013-06-11 20:07:40 1:09:37 13291794 12024 0.02252414 240986 25.13792073 confirmed
18520 2013-06-11 18:58:03 0:12:59 2525978 2094 0.02238785 240975 25.18200000 confirmed
18519 2013-06-11 18:45:04 1:21:30 15484599 14298 0.01806674 240973 25.04340000 confirmed
18518 2013-06-11 17:23:34 0:07:48 1515055 1626 0.02680256 240960 25.21290000 confirmed
18517 2013-06-11 17:15:46 2:00:12 22638623 21534 0.02366054 240959 25.04550005 confirmed
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June 13, 2013, 04:51:26 AM
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Hi does anyone know why my share dropped from ~0.023 btc down to 0.017 btc all of sudden?  the asic blade is still running fine at around 13GH unchanged, but slush is showing my share dropped quite significantly, dont understand why.

Yesterday your 13 ot of 12500GH were 0.104% of pool's total hashrate, and today the 13 out of 17500 is 0.074% or your current contribution is 71% compared to what you did before - as a result your payout would be about roughly 30% less.
Or calculated : 0.023*0.71=0.01633 is what your current average should be. So your 0.017 is actually more than what you should be getting Smiley

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June 13, 2013, 05:20:53 AM
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[...]- about downclocking the memory - mine are at 450MHz, but that's only because at lower MHz sometimes the driver crashes and also it seems to affect the hashing speed. [...]

Hashing with 7970, cgminer + MSI Afterburner I undercloked  memory to the amount of 50-100 Mhz with core clock around 1140. I didn't see the impact on hashing power or driver crushes but GPU's fans speed and tempratures.


i have my 6xxx cards memory at 275, i can go lower, below 200, but i do seem to lose hash rate, and higher only affects the temp.  I kill ccc, and combine trixx with cgminer  and get fan speeds between 1% and 50% with target temp at 70 but usually lower. i must be a lucky one!
Are you sure that MEM is running at that speed? I'm asking because I get report that change was successfully but when I look at MEM speed I see that it is running at 1100. And this happens at every speed below 900 or 1000... Even in afterburner... I can set it but when I look I see 1100 in graphs... Or it could be the driver...
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June 13, 2013, 05:28:26 AM
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i have my 6xxx cards memory at 275, i can go lower, below 200, but i do seem to lose hash rate, and higher only affects the temp.  I kill ccc, and combine trixx with cgminer  and get fan speeds between 1% and 50% with target temp at 70 but usually lower. i must be a lucky one!
Are you sure that MEM is running at that speed? I'm asking because I get report that change was successfully but when I look at MEM speed I see that it is running at 1100. And this happens at every speed below 900... Even in afterburner... I can set it but when I look I see 1100 in graphs... Or it could be the driver...

Lucko - check your speeds and voltages with other programs as well as they sometimes read/report different things. I've found GPU-Z to be pretty accurate.
I had a lot of issues with the MSI one and I found the Trixx to be a much better and stable choice. And AMD's CCC is a complete joke so I won't even go there.
A tip for the trixx - initially the memory speed slider would go let's say only down to 2000, but once you hit Apply you'll find that you can move it even further Wink

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