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Author Topic: [Cast XMR] high speed XMR/CryptoNight miner for RX Vega GPUs (2 KHash/s)  (Read 180209 times)
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March 08, 2018, 05:20:50 PM
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But how much is your power consumption at the wall ?
It seem very high to me
at 1950Hs it should be around 140/150W per card + 80/90W for MB, CPU, Mem etc...
at least that is what i get.

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March 08, 2018, 07:55:34 PM
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Hi,

an Cast XMR update is available.

The main reason for the update is the integration of the PoW changes to CryptoNight for the Monero V7 network upgrade which are documented here:

https://github.com/monero-project/monero/pull/3253

The Monero V7 network upgrade is planned to be end of march, an exact and final block height is not set yet. So stay up to date!

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Cast XMR Version 0.9.0 (2018/03/08)

  - support for the Monero V7 network upgrade. Read more about it here
  - the Monero PoW switch will be automatically detected, no restart of cast XMR is required. Only make sure to update cast XMR before the network upgrade is happening and that the used Monero pool supports the network upgrade
  - no decrease in hash rate for other currencies was introduced by the change
  - CryptoNightV7 will run at the same hash rate as CryptoNight
  - for any case there is the new --algo option to force which CryptoNight variant to use:
    - -1 = autodetect (default)
    - 0 = CryptoNight
    - 1 = CryptoNightV7 (Monero V7 network upgrade)


Download Cast XMR 0.9.0 for Windows (64bit)

cast_xmr-vega-win64_090.zip SHA256 fingerprint:
49fe7e231cf5d4434c5d0fcb69af261a6e4e7340441d4d6ad9f4022854e38027

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March 09, 2018, 02:44:28 PM
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Hi,

an Cast XMR update is available.

The main reason for the update is the integration of the PoW changes to CryptoNight for the Monero V7 network upgrade which are documented here:

https://github.com/monero-project/monero/pull/3253

The Monero V7 network upgrade is planned to be end of march, an exact and final block height is not set yet. So stay up to date!

Regards,
glph3k


Cast XMR Version 0.9.0 (2018/03/08)

  - support for the Monero V7 network upgrade. Read more about it here
  - the Monero PoW switch will be automatically detected, no restart of cast XMR is required. Only make sure to update cast XMR before the network upgrade is happening and that the used Monero pool supports the network upgrade
  - no decrease in hash rate for other currencies was introduced by the change
  - CryptoNightV7 will run at the same hash rate as CryptoNight
  - for any case there is the new --algo option to force which CryptoNight variant to use:
    - -1 = autodetect (default)
    - 0 = CryptoNight
    - 1 = CryptoNightV7 (Monero V7 network upgrade)


Download Cast XMR 0.9.0 for Windows (64bit)

cast_xmr-vega-win64_090.zip SHA256 fingerprint:
49fe7e231cf5d4434c5d0fcb69af261a6e4e7340441d4d6ad9f4022854e38027



Thanks!
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March 10, 2018, 04:00:39 PM
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my result with Asus RX580 8GB 1350/2020
speed 1050-1080 H/s  Grin bit better then claymore.
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March 10, 2018, 07:37:29 PM
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There is some trouble with version 0.9.0 and Nicehash. It goes back and forth between working fine and all shares being rejected. I rolled back to 0.8.5, but I'm concerned as the date for the Monero V7 hard-fork approaches.
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March 10, 2018, 08:31:47 PM
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There is some trouble with version 0.9.0 and Nicehash. It goes back and forth between working fine and all shares being rejected. I rolled back to 0.8.5, but I'm concerned as the date for the Monero V7 hard-fork approaches.

Using Nicehash all the time, no problems.

With which error messages are they rejected?

How many GPUs?

Which pool?
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March 10, 2018, 09:18:53 PM
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There is some trouble with version 0.9.0 and Nicehash. It goes back and forth between working fine and all shares being rejected. I rolled back to 0.8.5, but I'm concerned as the date for the Monero V7 hard-fork approaches.

I'm using 0.9.0 and Nicehash and until now no issues.
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March 10, 2018, 10:26:17 PM
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There is some trouble with version 0.9.0 and Nicehash. It goes back and forth between working fine and all shares being rejected. I rolled back to 0.8.5, but I'm concerned as the date for the Monero V7 hard-fork approaches.

Using Nicehash all the time, no problems.

With which error messages are they rejected?

How many GPUs?

Which pool?
Unfortunately I didn't capture the output and I don't remember the error. I do remember reading "New Job received (CryptoNight V7)". I thought that was odd, since V7 hasn't been deployed yet right? The rig is a 6 x RX Vega 56.

I switched back to 0.9.0 and so far it has been working fine. I'll keep an eye and report back if it fails again.
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March 11, 2018, 03:13:18 AM
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There is some trouble with version 0.9.0 and Nicehash. It goes back and forth between working fine and all shares being rejected. I rolled back to 0.8.5, but I'm concerned as the date for the Monero V7 hard-fork approaches.

Using Nicehash all the time, no problems.

With which error messages are they rejected?

How many GPUs?

Which pool?
Unfortunately I didn't capture the output and I don't remember the error. I do remember reading "New Job received (CryptoNight V7)". I thought that was odd, since V7 hasn't been deployed yet right? The rig is a 6 x RX Vega 56.

I switched back to 0.9.0 and so far it has been working fine. I'll keep an eye and report back if it fails again.
It happened again, definitely a problem with V7 jobs. In the fragment below you see the miner reconnecting, but I looked through the log and other times it started working when I received a non-V7 job, without the connection dropping.
Code:
[18:53:46] New Job received (CryptoNight). Avg Job Time: 79.2 sec
[18:54:26] GPU2 Found Nonce, submitting...
[18:54:26] Share Accepted -> +1
[18:54:26] Shares: 455 Accepted, 0 Errors | Hash Rate Avg: 11498.9 H/s | Avg Search Time: 38.7 sec
[18:55:35] New Job received (CryptoNight). Avg Job Time: 79.3 sec
[18:55:56] New Job received (CryptoNight). Avg Job Time: 79.1 sec
[18:57:21] New Job received (CryptoNight). Avg Job Time: 79.1 sec
[18:58:23] New Job received (CryptoNightV7). Avg Job Time: 79.0 sec
[18:58:23] Difficulty changed. Now: 400015.
[18:58:33] GPU5 Found Nonce, submitting...
[18:58:33] !Rejected by pool! Reason: Share above target.
[18:58:33] Shares: 455 Accepted, 1 Errors | Hash Rate Avg: 11499.1 H/s | Avg Search Time: 39.3 sec
[18:59:16] New Job received (CryptoNightV7). Avg Job Time: 78.9 sec
[18:59:28] GPU1 Found Nonce, submitting...
[18:59:28] !Rejected by pool! Reason: Share above target.
[18:59:28] Shares: 455 Accepted, 2 Errors | Hash Rate Avg: 11499.3 H/s | Avg Search Time: 39.4 sec
[19:00:08] GPU5 Found Nonce, submitting...
[19:00:08] !Rejected by pool! Reason: Share above target.
[19:00:08] Shares: 455 Accepted, 3 Errors | Hash Rate Avg: 11499.2 H/s | Avg Search Time: 39.5 sec
[19:00:33] GPU4 Found Nonce, submitting...
[19:00:33] !Rejected by pool! Reason: Share above target.
[19:00:33] Shares: 455 Accepted, 4 Errors | Hash Rate Avg: 11499.2 H/s | Avg Search Time: 39.5 sec
[19:00:41] SOCKET ERROR - RECEIVE error: socket closed
[19:00:41] Connecting to Pool failed. Retrying in 20 secs ...
[19:01:02] Connecting to cryptonight.usa.nicehash.com:3355 ...
[19:01:02] Connected to pool.
[19:01:02] New Job received (CryptoNight).
[19:01:02] Difficulty changed. Now: 200007.
[19:01:08] GPU2 Found Nonce, submitting...
[19:01:08] Share Accepted -> +1
[19:01:08] Shares: 456 Accepted, 4 Errors | Hash Rate Avg: 11611.3 H/s | Avg Search Time: 39.5 sec
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March 11, 2018, 10:44:45 AM
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Damn! Why does my 2 Vegas 56 are starting to mine at 1900, but then (after 15-20 minutes) the hashrate is falling to 1650-1660 H/s? Right after miner restart (without any additional moves like disabling/enabling the GPUs) it becomes 1900 again. May be it's a well-known issue and it can be fixed in several seconds?  Angry

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March 11, 2018, 11:04:38 AM
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It happened again, definitely a problem with V7 jobs. In the fragment below you see the miner reconnecting, but I looked through the log and other times it started working when I received a non-V7 job, without the connection dropping.

Code:
[18:53:46] New Job received (CryptoNight). Avg Job Time: 79.2 sec
[18:54:26] GPU2 Found Nonce, submitting...
[18:54:26] Share Accepted -> +1
[18:57:21] New Job received (CryptoNight). Avg Job Time: 79.1 sec
[18:58:23] New Job received (CryptoNightV7). Avg Job Time: 79.0 sec
[18:58:23] Difficulty changed. Now: 400015.
[18:58:33] GPU5 Found Nonce, submitting...
[18:58:33] !Rejected by pool! Reason: Share above target.



Hi,

thanks, that is indeed interesting.

There seem to be CryptoNote currencies around and in the mix of nicehash.com that already use the version 7 flags.

The version 7 flag is used in Monero for switching to the new PoW hash, which then clashes with other currencies that have also a version 7 but uses classic CrypthoNight.

Will have to find out which currencies that is/are.

The problem is not only cast XMR related, but a general problem of nicehash.com and/or CryptoNight hashing.

Sorry, bleeding edge, probably one of the first to encounter. Will report on the Monero forums.

To fix the current issue with cast XMR when using nicehash.com is to use the "--algo=0" flag, to force the current CryptoNight PoW.


Regards,
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March 11, 2018, 11:30:31 AM
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Damn! Why does my 2 Vegas 56 are starting to mine at 1900, but then (after 15-20 minutes) the hashrate is falling to 1650-1660 H/s? Right after miner restart (without any additional moves like disabling/enabling the GPUs) it becomes 1900 again. May be it's a well-known issue and it can be fixed in several seconds?  Angry

It is a know issue. Maybe related to heating or some internal driver problem. A fix is to use a mining monitor like:

https://github.com/anadventureisu/cast-xmr-ui

It will automatically detect the drop and restart cast XMR.
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March 11, 2018, 01:12:03 PM
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Hi,

found the coin that has problems with CryptoNightV7: GRAFT

https://www.graft.network/

It reports that it is CryptoNote V7, but relies on the classic CryptoNight hash.

Unfortunatly nicehash.com has Graft in its CryptoNight mix.

So in case you want to mine successful Graft or are using nicehash.com, please use the --algo=0 switch for cast XMR 0.9.0.

Will try to sort it out in the next update.

regards,
Glph3k




It happened again, definitely a problem with V7 jobs. In the fragment below you see the miner reconnecting, but I looked through the log and other times it started working when I received a non-V7 job, without the connection dropping.

Code:
[18:53:46] New Job received (CryptoNight). Avg Job Time: 79.2 sec
[18:54:26] GPU2 Found Nonce, submitting...
[18:54:26] Share Accepted -> +1
[18:57:21] New Job received (CryptoNight). Avg Job Time: 79.1 sec
[18:58:23] New Job received (CryptoNightV7). Avg Job Time: 79.0 sec
[18:58:23] Difficulty changed. Now: 400015.
[18:58:33] GPU5 Found Nonce, submitting...
[18:58:33] !Rejected by pool! Reason: Share above target.



Hi,

thanks, that is indeed interesting.

There seem to be CryptoNote currencies around and in the mix of nicehash.com that already use the version 7 flags.

The version 7 flag is used in Monero for switching to the new PoW hash, which then clashes with other currencies that have also a version 7 but uses classic CrypthoNight.

Will have to find out which currencies that is/are.

The problem is not only cast XMR related, but a general problem of nicehash.com and/or CryptoNight hashing.

Sorry, bleeding edge, probably one of the first to encounter. Will report on the Monero forums.

To fix the current issue with cast XMR when using nicehash.com is to use the "--algo=0" flag, to force the current CryptoNight PoW.


Regards,
glph3k
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March 11, 2018, 01:14:25 PM
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Damn! Why does my 2 Vegas 56 are starting to mine at 1900, but then (after 15-20 minutes) the hashrate is falling to 1650-1660 H/s? Right after miner restart (without any additional moves like disabling/enabling the GPUs) it becomes 1900 again. May be it's a well-known issue and it can be fixed in several seconds?  Angry

The heat from the HBM2 is the problem. Try to run the Fans between 80-100% when  you have the referenz cooler. Otherwise 60% in other cards like Nitro+ cards vor red devil...
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March 11, 2018, 05:24:58 PM
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my result with Asus RX580 8GB 1350/2020
speed 1050-1080 H/s  Grin bit better then claymore.
RX580 with Samsung memory I guess....?
Mines cannot get over 890/910hs, so they are pointed to Ethereum... Cheesy
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March 11, 2018, 05:41:14 PM
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Hi,

found the coin that has problems with CryptoNightV7: GRAFT

https://www.graft.network/

It reports that it is CryptoNote V7, but relies on the classic CryptoNight hash.

Unfortunatly nicehash.com has Graft in its CryptoNight mix.

So in case you want to mine successful Graft or are using nicehash.com, please use the --algo=0 switch for cast XMR 0.9.0.

Will try to sort it out in the next update.

regards,
Glph3k

Looks like I hit a real unknown issue, exciting actually Smiley I'll use --algo=0 for now.
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March 11, 2018, 06:17:37 PM
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I am not into the advantages of the Vega 56 card, but did I get it right that it can hash with an updated 64 BIOS that it can mine regulary 2000 Hash/s?
It seems that mining monero with the Vega 56 is much more profitable than anything else or do I get something wrong ?

I need to decide if I should add some 1070 cards for 480 Euro per piece or rx Vega 56 cards for 670 Euro per piece to my rig?? What are you guys suggesting?
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March 11, 2018, 07:24:51 PM
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The heat from the HBM2 is the problem. Try to run the Fans between 80-100% when  you have the referenz cooler. Otherwise 60% in other cards like Nitro+ cards vor red devil...

The fans are spinning at ~90% already (reference design)...

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March 11, 2018, 08:01:42 PM
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Aren't here some pros who actually know about that stuff?

'I noticed that the majority of all my and other questions from people are just ignored and no one replies to those at all....

Are there actually forums where I would actually get an answer to those questions and others?! Hardly anyone ever helped me on this forum...

I am not into the advantages of the Vega 56 card, but did I get it right that it can hash with an updated 64 BIOS that it can mine regulary 2000 Hash/s?
It seems that mining monero with the Vega 56 is much more profitable than anything else or do I get something wrong ?

I need to decide if I should add some 1070 cards for 480 Euro per piece or rx Vega 56 cards for 670 Euro per piece to my rig?? What are you guys suggesting?
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March 11, 2018, 09:40:23 PM
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The heat from the HBM2 is the problem. Try to run the Fans between 80-100% when  you have the referenz cooler. Otherwise 60% in other cards like Nitro+ cards vor red devil...

The fans are spinning at ~90% already (reference design)...

did you try a different miner already? Just for testing purposes?





I am not into the advantages of the Vega 56 card, but did I get it right that it can hash with an updated 64 BIOS that it can mine regulary 2000 Hash/s?
yes you are right . Be aware when you bios flash you will have higher power consumption for not that much hash gain.
It seems that mining monero with the Vega 56 is much more profitable than anything else or do I get something wrong ?
Monero = Cryptonight algo. Vegas are best for Cryptonight algo coins.

I need to decide if I should add some 1070 cards for 480 Euro per piece or rx Vega 56 cards for 670 Euro per piece to my rig?? What are you guys suggesting?
good luck, maybe experiment on whattomine with desired setups
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