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July 18, 2017, 07:17:13 PM
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Hey fellow miners,

I have a gigabyte 1070 8gb gaming edition that seems to be the root of some of my recent issues.


I have a homemade 10 card frame, housed around 2 motherboards. Currently I have 2 x Ti's and 3 x 1070's (2 evga 1 asus) on the first motherboard. And 4 x ti's and 1 x 1070 (gigabyte) on the other motherboard.

After about 45 minutes, I get "Gpu0, 1, 2,3,4 seem to be stuck...Restart attempt"..
and the miner reboots sometime successful -sometimes not.

Running ewbf zcash miner 3_4 on both rigs, through hours of trouble shooting i've realized the 1070 itself was the issue.. not a riser.

Moving the 1070 to the motherboard from the riser only delayed the error message from 45 minutes to about every 5-6 hours..

Taking the 1070 off completely and replacing it with a TI I'm using on another build solved the issue..
It doesn't amount to significant downtime at all, but I want to solve the problem still- as it effects my daily and hourly hashrate.

But my question remains, why the hell is this card consistently restarting my miner.. is it a setting I need to tweak? Any advice on troubleshooting this helps.
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I had the same problem that the miner was restarting but through nicehash in an ASUS board and after the latest full Windows 10 Update the board is running from a few days without restarting. I have 3 x RX 480 and 2 x GTX 1070 in this board I am talking about. Don't know if it will work for you too but I think this is a driver problem, Windows drivers and not GPU  drivers.
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I had the same problem that the miner was restarting but through nicehash in an ASUS board and after the latest full Windows 10 Update the board is running from a few days without restarting. I have 3 x RX 480 and 2 x GTX 1070 in this board I am talking about. Don't know if it will work for you too but I think this is a driver problem, Windows drivers and not GPU  drivers.

I was kind of thinking it may be drivers. Interesting.. i'm on FullZero's nvOC, Ubuntu 16.04.. i'll see what I can do driver wise and see if this solves the problem.
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