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August 07, 2017, 07:40:20 PM
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wondered if 76-78Celcius was to hot? what can i do to make it not run so hot? i would love a costume bios to flash but i have no idea what to do other then i adjusted memory timings.
my 480: is a power color radeon red devil 3fan gpu rx480
iv lower the core clock to around 1175-1200mhz and lowered power slider but nothing seems to help
also note i am dual mining with claymore dual miner. if it comes down to lowering the intensity wich i have no idea how to do then my next question would be
can i lower the sia hash without sacraficing etheruem hash

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August 07, 2017, 07:43:26 PM
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That temp isn't too bad.  If you enter less than 30 for -dcri in claymore you can reduce power consumption a bit.
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August 07, 2017, 09:41:34 PM
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That's a little high for my liking, but depends on your local environment.

Read the ReadMe.txt file that comes with the Claymore Miner... ALL the information you need is in there. It will detail how to lower specific intensities etc. for different coins or cards.
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August 07, 2017, 09:52:34 PM
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Thats warm but in acceptable limits. I believe the stock firmware doesnt throttle until you hit 90c

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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August 07, 2017, 11:11:13 PM
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agreed.

mine run 24/7@ 74c

no worries.

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August 08, 2017, 07:07:14 AM
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agreed.

mine run 24/7@ 74c

no worries.



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August 08, 2017, 08:58:21 AM
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wow, are you all noobs here or you just don't care or what? Shocked

for 24/7 card workload you'd want to go below 70°C core definitely otherwise your cards will have reduced card lifetime for sure(graphic cards aren't designed to work 24/7 75+°C)
I'm keeping my cards mining @ 63°C max. If there is any environmental heat rise I downclock my cards to match my targeted temps.

Keep your cards healthy and not too hot and they'll work for a very long time Wink


btw: 76-78°C is way too hot for 24/7 workload, that may be ok with older cards such as 5xxx/6xxx series because of the larger fabrication process, smaller fab process gpus are far less resilient to higher temps and constant temp changes(heat extension)
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August 08, 2017, 12:39:30 PM
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I'm keeping mine at 60, because it is the temperature ay which fans are activated by default MSI curve. Keeping fan at 38%. 2 months, so far so good.
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August 09, 2017, 05:33:02 AM
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i am dual mining i want to lower my sia coin rate so it dosnt get so hot any suggestions?
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August 09, 2017, 06:18:02 AM
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According to tech experts in our local community, they haven't encountered problems with failing GPUs used in mining for more than a year now. What they do is keep everything below 75c. 76 is not too far from 75 but who knows. That single degree drop in temp may help preserve or extend your GPU lifespan. Better to be safe and sorry.

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August 09, 2017, 06:21:56 AM
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i am dual mining i want to lower my sia coin rate so it dosnt get so hot any suggestions?

in your bat file add dcri 30 and then work your way down in small increments until you get the desired outcome...so try dcri 30 then dcri 25 and so on...i would also suggest getting sapphire trixx and changing/upping your fan curve ...my rx 480 nitro 8gb runs around 60-65 degrees ,msi armor rx 470's run 58-62 according to what time of the day it is....
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August 09, 2017, 09:24:01 AM
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76 is fine, hell 86 is fine. I've ran cards at 90 for months straight with absolutely no downsides.

BUT to answer your actual question which no one really is, use -ttdcr setting to dynamically adjust dcri based on temperature. This is great when you expect temperature changes like if it's outside air cooled. Select the target temp, and I suggest 3 below your desired Target with it, such as -ttdcr 76 if you want to keep it under 80.
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August 09, 2017, 09:37:04 AM
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I've ran cards at 90 for months straight with absolutely no downsides.

yeap. me too




cards are fine don't worry  Grin
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August 10, 2017, 07:55:17 PM
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how do i adjust the  -ttdcr   am using claymore v9.8

danm how did you burn those up power surge?
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August 11, 2017, 01:06:42 AM
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how do i adjust the  -ttdcr   am using claymore v9.8

danm how did you burn those up power surge?


you should think about reading the "README" file in claymore 9.8 folder you downloaded...
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August 11, 2017, 01:56:50 AM
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LOL.. but not really...

something else must've occurred...

maintaining 70-75C on Polaris is not going to do that to your rig..


how do i adjust the  -ttdcr   am using claymore v9.8

danm how did you burn those up power surge?
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August 11, 2017, 03:21:11 AM
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I've ran cards at 90 for months straight with absolutely no downsides.

yeap. me too




cards are fine don't worry  Grin
Yeah cards are fine totally haha  Grin Grin even though its looks a bit scary condition  Grin
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August 11, 2017, 05:02:30 AM
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wow, are you all noobs here or you just don't care or what? Shocked

for 24/7 card workload you'd want to go below 70°C core definitely otherwise your cards will have reduced card lifetime for sure(graphic cards aren't designed to work 24/7 75+°C)
I'm keeping my cards mining @ 63°C max. If there is any environmental heat rise I downclock my cards to match my targeted temps.

Keep your cards healthy and not too hot and they'll work for a very long time Wink


btw: 76-78°C is way too hot for 24/7 workload, that may be ok with older cards such as 5xxx/6xxx series because of the larger fabrication process, smaller fab process gpus are far less resilient to higher temps and constant temp changes(heat extension)
They are absolutely designed to be run at that temperature for extended periods of time. 80C is perfectly fine
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August 11, 2017, 07:10:42 PM
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i want to set the -ttdcr and maybe even add some other commands down the road. so i was wondering where can i input these commands? can i input them somehow while its running? if so how? the other question is where would i put these commands at in the config file or in the start.bat file?
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August 11, 2017, 09:54:28 PM
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Those are all questions that aren't for here because they're in the readme
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