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November 14, 2017, 04:05:33 PM
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This is a great miner! I use it on both Vega 56 and RX 580. Would it be possible to enable support for RX 560? It should be similar to RX 580.
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November 14, 2017, 04:13:37 PM
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This is a great miner! I use it on both Vega 56 and RX 580. Would it be possible to enable support for RX 560? It should be similar to RX 580.

Are you getting higher hashrate with it than with Claymore on your 580s out of curiosity?


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November 14, 2017, 04:39:12 PM
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This is a great miner! I use it on both Vega 56 and RX 580. Would it be possible to enable support for RX 560? It should be similar to RX 580.

Are you getting higher hashrate with it than with Claymore on your 580s out of curiosity?

I get about 700-750 on cast-xmr vs 650-700 on Claymore. However the greatest is the stability. With Claymore I was getting random restarts. Therefore, in average I get better hash rate.
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November 14, 2017, 04:42:18 PM
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This is a great miner! I use it on both Vega 56 and RX 580. Would it be possible to enable support for RX 560? It should be similar to RX 580.

Are you getting higher hashrate with it than with Claymore on your 580s out of curiosity?

I get about 700-750 on cast-xmr vs 650-700 on Claymore. However the greatest is the stability. With Claymore I was getting random restarts. Therefore, in average I get better hash rate.
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I'm getting 800 on Claymore on my 570's (clocks @ 1200/1900). Don't think there's much more to extract. I hear you on the stability though, that's always been a pain with Claymore's builds. Well, not all of them tbh, but I reckon the blockchain driver is partially at fault there. Do you use overdriventool to overclock?


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November 14, 2017, 04:46:58 PM
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How are you larger miners monitoring Cast remotely?  How do you get alerts for drops in hash rate?
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November 14, 2017, 04:50:02 PM
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This is a great miner! I use it on both Vega 56 and RX 580. Would it be possible to enable support for RX 560? It should be similar to RX 580.

Are you getting higher hashrate with it than with Claymore on your 580s out of curiosity?

I get about 700-750 on cast-xmr vs 650-700 on Claymore. However the greatest is the stability. With Claymore I was getting random restarts. Therefore, in average I get better hash rate.
Ha.
I'm getting 800 on Claymore on my 570's (clocks @ 1200/1900). Don't think there's much more to extract. I hear you on the stability though, that's always been a pain with Claymore's builds. Well, not all of them tbh, but I reckon the blockchain driver is partially at fault there. Do you use overdriventool to overclock?

Agreed on the blockchain driver; I hope AMD will release an update soon. I can get Claymore to reach 800, however on my setup, it will cause 30% downtime. So in the end the average hashrate is lower.
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November 14, 2017, 10:18:41 PM
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This is a great miner! I use it on both Vega 56 and RX 580. Would it be possible to enable support for RX 560? It should be similar to RX 580.

Are you getting higher hashrate with it than with Claymore on your 580s out of curiosity?

I get about 700-750 on cast-xmr vs 650-700 on Claymore. However the greatest is the stability. With Claymore I was getting random restarts. Therefore, in average I get better hash rate.
Ha.
I'm getting 800 on Claymore on my 570's (clocks @ 1200/1900). Don't think there's much more to extract. I hear you on the stability though, that's always been a pain with Claymore's builds. Well, not all of them tbh, but I reckon the blockchain driver is partially at fault there. Do you use overdriventool to overclock?

Agreed on the blockchain driver; I hope AMD will release an update soon. I can get Claymore to reach 800, however on my setup, it will cause 30% downtime. So in the end the average hashrate is lower.
I hear you.
I miss the days in late summer where Monero was so profitable... the version of Claymore based on the old driver was a lot stabler. One of my miners went on for almost two months without a restart. For a Windows-based system, that's quite exceptional. Now this rig reboots half a dozen times a day as even substantially downclocked GPUs will randomly hang in OpenCL.


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November 15, 2017, 04:22:01 AM
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Hello,
Are there tags for the config file for this miner?

I have a mixed rig why 2 Vegas and my old R9 290 in it

Is there a way to get the miner to ignore the non Vega gpu?
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Hello,
Are there tags for the config file for this miner?

I have a mixed rig why 2 Vegas and my old R9 290 in it

Is there a way to get the miner to ignore the non Vega gpu?

Yeah, you just have to specify the GPU numbers. For example, in my case I have "--opencl 1 -G 0,1,2"
opencl 1 because 0 is my onboard Intel graphics.  And 0,1,2 are my first 3 cards which are compatible with cast-xmr. If you do not know your GPU numbers, just try it and remove any numbers that error out.
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Can u also implement this mining script into a software that I  share on my website?
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November 15, 2017, 06:45:00 AM
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This is a great miner! I use it on both Vega 56 and RX 580. Would it be possible to enable support for RX 560? It should be similar to RX 580.

Are you getting higher hashrate with it than with Claymore on your 580s out of curiosity?

I get about 700-750 on cast-xmr vs 650-700 on Claymore. However the greatest is the stability. With Claymore I was getting random restarts. Therefore, in average I get better hash rate.
Ha.
I'm getting 800 on Claymore on my 570's (clocks @ 1200/1900). Don't think there's much more to extract. I hear you on the stability though, that's always been a pain with Claymore's builds. Well, not all of them tbh, but I reckon the blockchain driver is partially at fault there. Do you use overdriventool to overclock?

Agreed on the blockchain driver; I hope AMD will release an update soon. I can get Claymore to reach 800, however on my setup, it will cause 30% downtime. So in the end the average hashrate is lower.
I hear you.
I miss the days in late summer where Monero was so profitable... the version of Claymore based on the old driver was a lot stabler. One of my miners went on for almost two months without a restart. For a Windows-based system, that's quite exceptional. Now this rig reboots half a dozen times a day as even substantially downclocked GPUs will randomly hang in OpenCL.

I had issues with hanging etc but after ensuring my oc's are good i've been running stable for 2 days now.

4 vega, flashed 64 bios. 800mem powerplay reg
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November 15, 2017, 07:08:13 AM
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Hi.
Param "--help" is not working. (-h, /?, -help ... also)
Can anybody put a list of commands in a text file here?
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Hi, just tried it out and is the best miner for Vega card I ever seen! It will be great if you can add backup pool option or run from config file like Claymore's miner.
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November 15, 2017, 10:53:40 AM
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Hi.
Param "--help" is not working. (-h, /?, -help ... also)
Can anybody put a list of commands in a text file here?

Open CMD and do it from there. Here is what it kicks out

Cast XMR 0.6.0 CryptoNight mining optimized for AMD Radeon Vega GPUs

  Coded by [glph3k] for more info visit http://www.gandalph3000.com
  Donating 1.5% mining power to developer. Thanks.

  For current stats press 's'
  For seamless exit press 'q'

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Generic options:
  -h [ --help ]                show this help message
  -G [ --gpu ] arg (=0)        index of the GPUs to use. Separate by comma to specify multiple GPUs e.g 0,1,2
  --opencl arg (=0)            index of the OpenCL plattform to use (in case multiple OpenCL verions are installed)

Pool Configuration:
  -S [ --pool ] arg            pool server for a cryptonight based currency
  -u [ --user ] arg            user or wallet address for the pool
  -p [ --password ] arg        password for the pool server (if needed)
  --nicehash                   enable nicehasher 3 byte nonce

Optimizations:
  -I [ --intensity ] arg (=5)  intensity level
                               (0=min power usage, 9=max performance)
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Hi.
Param "--help" is not working. (-h, /?, -help ... also)
Can anybody put a list of commands in a text file here?

...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Generic options:
  -h [ --help ]                show this help message
  -G [ --gpu ] arg (=0)        index of the GPUs to use. Separate by comma to specify multiple GPUs e.g 0,1,2
  --opencl arg (=0)            index of the OpenCL plattform to use (in case multiple OpenCL verions are installed)

Pool Configuration:
  -S [ --pool ] arg            pool server for a cryptonight based currency
  -u [ --user ] arg            user or wallet address for the pool
  -p [ --password ] arg        password for the pool server (if needed)
  --nicehash                   enable nicehasher 3 byte nonce

Optimizations:
  -I [ --intensity ] arg (=5)  intensity level
                               (0=min power usage, 9=max performance)
thank you very much! ...
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November 15, 2017, 03:51:09 PM
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anyone can reccomend cheap motherboard?
or can be any?
was thinking about this
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Asus-P77P55D-PRO-Motherboard-G6950-Cpu-LGA1156/112622044687

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November 15, 2017, 03:51:40 PM
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Thanks for this ! Good for the cryptonight family
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November 15, 2017, 04:01:20 PM
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Stick with XMR-Stak-Amd..

What's the point of the performance bump if this guy increases the fee which eats up any additional gain (plus some in some cases)

XMR-Stak-AMD 1%

This.... 1.5%

Performance gain over xmr-stak-amd... maybe 5%?

net gain? = 0%
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How to save the settings of the graphics card driver after rebooting the windows?
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November 15, 2017, 04:12:57 PM
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What's the point of the performance bump if this guy increases the fee which eats up any additional gain (plus some in some cases)

XMR-Stak-AMD 1%

This.... 1.5%

Performance gain over xmr-stak-amd... maybe 5%?

net gain? = 0%
That's some neat math you've got there. A 5% gain is offset by a 0.5% increase in fee?

Don't get me wrong, I think the fee should be lower as well, especially for how many people are using it... but let's be realistic when trying to make a point.
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