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March 13, 2018, 03:40:21 PM
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I have managed to run 55 nvidia gpus on DSTM with remarkable advance in MHs over EWBF cuda miner. Honestly 6 video cards raised temperature even with lowered clocks to minimum. Any idea what might be causing these cards to run on 70C.

Obviously, the advance in hashrate causes them to heat up. Did you expect extra megahases to come from nowhere?
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March 13, 2018, 04:14:57 PM
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Hi,

Since cards are running on 70C should I adjust fans to be not on AUTO? I am afraid if fans are not on auto they will short lifetime?

Any suggestions or 70C should be considered a safety temp?

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March 13, 2018, 04:43:47 PM
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I have managed to run 55 nvidia gpus on DSTM with remarkable advance in MHs over EWBF cuda miner. Honestly 6 video cards raised temperature even with lowered clocks to minimum. Any idea what might be causing these cards to run on 70C.

Obviously, the advance in hashrate causes them to heat up. Did you expect extra megahases to come from nowhere?

Obviously?? For me DSTM offers higher hashrate while consuming less power (over EWBF). Do you have a good explanation for that?
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March 14, 2018, 03:51:05 AM
Last edit: March 14, 2018, 04:09:47 AM by romansteel
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Is there a code to restrict mining use to one GPU instead of both if I have 2 x GPUs?

Also, running 2 x 1080 GPUs and getting about 480-500 sol/s per GPU, is that right?
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March 14, 2018, 08:39:56 AM
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Hi,

Since cards are running on 70C should I adjust fans to be not on AUTO? I am afraid if fans are not on auto they will short lifetime?

Any suggestions or 70C should be considered a safety temp?

Regards,
Hristo
Are you on an Nvidia 10xx card? 70c is fine in theory, but personally I'm trying to keep them at 60-65C.

Is there a code to restrict mining use to one GPU instead of both if I have 2 x GPUs?

Also, running 2 x 1080 GPUs and getting about 480-500 sol/s per GPU, is that right?
Regarding the GPU restriction, yes there is, I think it's -d. For example "-d 0" will run the miner on the 1st GPU. "-d 12" will run on the 2nd and 3rd GPU.

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March 14, 2018, 01:55:56 PM
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Anyone know how to convert the targets printed by zm to difficulty?

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2018-03-14 02:54:23 PM|#  server set difficulty to: 001dca01dca01dca01dca01d...

Which difficulty is that?
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March 14, 2018, 08:10:27 PM
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Here's a real newbie question or two. Running SMOS and dstm on zhash.pro with a single GTX1050 for now. It is running, but always reports sols/W as zero. I presume something is goofed up in this line:   miner.exe --server zhash.pro --user wallet.richard1 --pass x --port 3058 (edited out wallet).

Also, temp is always reported as 61C no matter how I set it (lower or higher) on SM so either it isn't being read or it isn't being changed.

Any ideas?

John
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March 14, 2018, 08:16:33 PM
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Forgot to say that sols/s is running around 160, which makes sense (whattomine predicts 180 for a 1050TI).
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March 14, 2018, 08:25:56 PM
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console output:   GPU0 61C Sol/s: 165.3 Sol/W: 0.00 Avg: 161.7 I/s: 86.8 Sh: 4.45 1.00
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March 15, 2018, 12:43:42 AM
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Given that this miner uses a bit of CPU power...is there an issue with me running an ETN miner from my CPU while running this miner through my GPUs?
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March 15, 2018, 03:39:14 AM
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Is there a code to restrict mining use to one GPU instead of both if I have 2 x GPUs?

Also, running 2 x 1080 GPUs and getting about 480-500 sol/s per GPU, is that right?

If it's plugged in correctly it should work.  Those sol/s look correct.
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March 15, 2018, 03:55:24 AM
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Here's a real newbie question or two. Running SMOS and dstm on zhash.pro with a single GTX1050 for now. It is running, but always reports sols/W as zero. I presume something is goofed up in this line:   miner.exe --server zhash.pro --user wallet.richard1 --pass x --port 3058 (edited out wallet).

Also, temp is always reported as 61C no matter how I set it (lower or higher) on SM so either it isn't being read or it isn't being changed.

Any ideas?

John

port usually goes after server

zm.exe --server zhash.pro  --port 3058  --user wallet.richard1 --pass x

.. but after looking at their website, you may want to check out their Slack forum for more info.
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March 15, 2018, 04:23:29 AM
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What do I do about zm.exe being blocked from accessing graphics hardware (Windows 10)?
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March 15, 2018, 09:49:36 AM
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The miner has been working for a week without problems but it takes two days that this happens every 2 or 3 hours, some solution?

2018-03-15 3:27:04|gpu_id 2 76 0 an illegal instruction was encountered
2018-03-15 3:27:04|gpu 2 unresponsive - check overclocking
2018-03-15 3:27:04|cudaMemcpy 1 failed
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March 15, 2018, 11:43:29 AM
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Hi,

Since cards are running on 70C should I adjust fans to be not on AUTO? I am afraid if fans are not on auto they will short lifetime?

Any suggestions or 70C should be considered a safety temp?

Regards,
Hristo
Are you on an Nvidia 10xx card? 70c is fine in theory, but personally I'm trying to keep them at 60-65C.

Is there a code to restrict mining use to one GPU instead of both if I have 2 x GPUs?

Also, running 2 x 1080 GPUs and getting about 480-500 sol/s per GPU, is that right?
Regarding the GPU restriction, yes there is, I think it's -d. For example "-d 0" will run the miner on the 1st GPU. "-d 12" will run on the 2nd and 3rd GPU.

I tried using -d 1 to use my 2nd GPU, it didn't seem to work though, the miner wouldn't get up and running at all :/
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March 15, 2018, 11:48:33 AM
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Hi,

Since cards are running on 70C should I adjust fans to be not on AUTO? I am afraid if fans are not on auto they will short lifetime?

Any suggestions or 70C should be considered a safety temp?

Regards,
Hristo
Are you on an Nvidia 10xx card? 70c is fine in theory, but personally I'm trying to keep them at 60-65C.

Is there a code to restrict mining use to one GPU instead of both if I have 2 x GPUs?

Also, running 2 x 1080 GPUs and getting about 480-500 sol/s per GPU, is that right?
Regarding the GPU restriction, yes there is, I think it's -d. For example "-d 0" will run the miner on the 1st GPU. "-d 12" will run on the 2nd and 3rd GPU.

I tried using -d 1 to use my 2nd GPU, it didn't seem to work though, the miner wouldn't get up and running at all :/

It's not -d; it's --dev
Just read the first page of the thread. Is it so hard?
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March 15, 2018, 12:21:39 PM
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Hi,

Since cards are running on 70C should I adjust fans to be not on AUTO? I am afraid if fans are not on auto they will short lifetime?

Any suggestions or 70C should be considered a safety temp?

Regards,
Hristo
Are you on an Nvidia 10xx card? 70c is fine in theory, but personally I'm trying to keep them at 60-65C.

Is there a code to restrict mining use to one GPU instead of both if I have 2 x GPUs?

Also, running 2 x 1080 GPUs and getting about 480-500 sol/s per GPU, is that right?
Regarding the GPU restriction, yes there is, I think it's -d. For example "-d 0" will run the miner on the 1st GPU. "-d 12" will run on the 2nd and 3rd GPU.

I tried using -d 1 to use my 2nd GPU, it didn't seem to work though, the miner wouldn't get up and running at all :/

It's not -d; it's --dev
Just read the first page of the thread. Is it so hard?


LOL, are you sure you could find the GPU indexes in the first page? Cheesy

@romansteel, try these commands in your .bat file

--cuda_devices 0

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March 15, 2018, 01:08:25 PM
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Hi,

Since cards are running on 70C should I adjust fans to be not on AUTO? I am afraid if fans are not on auto they will short lifetime?

Any suggestions or 70C should be considered a safety temp?

Regards,
Hristo
Are you on an Nvidia 10xx card? 70c is fine in theory, but personally I'm trying to keep them at 60-65C.

Is there a code to restrict mining use to one GPU instead of both if I have 2 x GPUs?

Also, running 2 x 1080 GPUs and getting about 480-500 sol/s per GPU, is that right?
Regarding the GPU restriction, yes there is, I think it's -d. For example "-d 0" will run the miner on the 1st GPU. "-d 12" will run on the 2nd and 3rd GPU.

I tried using -d 1 to use my 2nd GPU, it didn't seem to work though, the miner wouldn't get up and running at all :/

It's not -d; it's --dev
Just read the first page of the thread. Is it so hard?


LOL, are you sure you could find the GPU indexes in the first page? Cheesy

@romansteel, try these commands in your .bat file

--cuda_devices 0



I'm pretty sure. Are you blind or just mentally impaired?
Code:
Options:
    --help           Print this help
    --list-devices   List available cuda devices to use
    --dev            Space separated list of cuda devices
    --time           Enable output of timestamps
    --color          colorize the output

i'm shocked how many clueless people are willing to "help": one proposed to use -d (which is claymore's option), the other one proposed --cuda_devices 0 (which is EWBF's option)...
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March 15, 2018, 01:44:06 PM
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Hi,

Since cards are running on 70C should I adjust fans to be not on AUTO? I am afraid if fans are not on auto they will short lifetime?

Any suggestions or 70C should be considered a safety temp?

Regards,
Hristo
Are you on an Nvidia 10xx card? 70c is fine in theory, but personally I'm trying to keep them at 60-65C.

Is there a code to restrict mining use to one GPU instead of both if I have 2 x GPUs?

Also, running 2 x 1080 GPUs and getting about 480-500 sol/s per GPU, is that right?
Regarding the GPU restriction, yes there is, I think it's -d. For example "-d 0" will run the miner on the 1st GPU. "-d 12" will run on the 2nd and 3rd GPU.

I tried using -d 1 to use my 2nd GPU, it didn't seem to work though, the miner wouldn't get up and running at all :/

It's not -d; it's --dev
Just read the first page of the thread. Is it so hard?


LOL, are you sure you could find the GPU indexes in the first page? Cheesy

@romansteel, try these commands in your .bat file

--cuda_devices 0



I'm pretty sure. Are you blind or just mentally impaired?
Code:
Options:
    --help           Print this help
    --list-devices   List available cuda devices to use
    --dev            Space separated list of cuda devices
    --time           Enable output of timestamps
    --color          colorize the output

i'm shocked how many clueless people are willing to "help": one proposed to use -d (which is claymore's option), the other one proposed --cuda_devices 0 (which is EWBF's option)...
lol it's "-di" for Claymore! "-d" is used from ccminer forks, my bad. But I see you're very good at playing the clever one! Smiley

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March 15, 2018, 02:07:26 PM
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. But I see you're very good at playing the clever one! Smiley

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