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November 27, 2017, 05:56:28 PM
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Finally I set up my rig. all good but what I noticed hashrate dropes from 1850 to 1600 on my vega. Currently I have one vega 56 and 480. next vega 64 comming. Damn hard to buy them at the moment.
BUt why hashrate droppes? any fix for it?

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November 27, 2017, 06:12:05 PM
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Okay, one thing i find interesting, is the lack of multiple threads. Unlike sgminer, you can't request the miner to run 2 threads on a single GPU. On sgminer and on Windows, this actually brought extra h/s.

Ofc this uses multiple threads Smiley There is no way to get 2kh/s out of vega by single thread.

Interface simply shows only the total hashrate.

Or you probl knew this alrd, but then again, its optimized only for vega, since OP previously only had vega cards.

Yea i knew that, still decided to test it. And yea, its testd on RX480/580.

I said this, because, it really shows up only 1 thread working - GPU0 and nothing else. No idea if its the same for Vega.

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November 27, 2017, 06:23:52 PM
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Finally I set up my rig. all good but what I noticed hashrate dropes from 1850 to 1600 on my vega. Currently I have one vega 56 and 480. next vega 64 comming. Damn hard to buy them at the moment.
BUt why hashrate droppes? any fix for it?

Can you describe better how the hash rate is dropping? Do you see it happen before your eyes? Or is it loging back in from a lock screen? Have you read all 32 pages of posts here?
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November 27, 2017, 08:55:08 PM
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Windows Defender found this:

Trojan:Win32/Tilken.B!cl



Any idea why Windows Defender thinks the miner is a Trojan?, I know it is normal for Antivirus to detect Miners as virus, but with Moderate risk and not Trojans, this is marked as Severe risk, any ideas?, I have been using this miner for several days with no problems now I have it quarantined.

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November 27, 2017, 09:01:54 PM
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I use wattman with no problems. Day after day of stability at over 2K average hash rate on 4 vega 64's. It's not Wattman that is the problem, but I concede that it of course is far from perfect.

Make sure you have 8MB of Virtual Mem per card set in your virtual mem space (windows10). 1024 * 16 for (2 cards) = 16384 + 300 for overhead =16684 total. OR maybe better settings 2 (cards) 1024 *16 *1.5 = 24576VM.
Make sure crossfire is turned off (should not be an option if using the blockchain driver so generally ignore people saying this)
If using wattman sometimes it is best to toggle the HBCC on off after PC reboot. (leave it off on all cards)
My fans are set to 2500RPM min with a target 70C and max of 75C - You will need to adjust fan speed per your climate.If you can keep the cards at 70C and lower, all the better.
turn the monitor settings in windows to never turn off.

That is about all really.


Fire up the script and let it run. You can turn your monitor off and on and the hash rate should stay the same.

Wattman is a problem.  And Crossfire *can* be randomly turned on by Wattman even if using the Block chain drivers, which is all I have ever used with Vega.  So check Crossfire in Wattman, if you are still using Wattman, which is not recommended.

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I use wattman with no problems. Day after day of stability at over 2K average hash rate on 4 vega 64's. It's not Wattman that is the problem, but I concede that it of course is far from perfect.

Make sure you have 8MB of Virtual Mem per card set in your virtual mem space (windows10). 1024 * 16 for (2 cards) = 16384 + 300 for overhead =16684 total. OR maybe better settings 2 (cards) 1024 *16 *1.5 = 24576VM.
Make sure crossfire is turned off (should not be an option if using the blockchain driver so generally ignore people saying this)
If using wattman sometimes it is best to toggle the HBCC on off after PC reboot. (leave it off on all cards)
My fans are set to 2500RPM min with a target 70C and max of 75C - You will need to adjust fan speed per your climate.If you can keep the cards at 70C and lower, all the better.
turn the monitor settings in windows to never turn off.

That is about all really.


Fire up the script and let it run. You can turn your monitor off and on and the hash rate should stay the same.

Wattman is a problem.  And Crossfire *can* be randomly turned on by Wattman even if using the Block chain drivers, which is all I have ever used with Vega.  So check Crossfire in Wattman, if you are still using Wattman, which is not recommended.

Wattman has not been a problem for me so I disagree with the news that it is. I don't have a crossfire option in Wattman, I use on board video. Everything is working great. Windows 10 is a bigger problem.
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November 27, 2017, 09:19:00 PM
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Hey guys... I cannot get past 1300 on my VEGA-64

Resetting the HBCC setting has no effect.

Thoughts ?

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*EDIT* -- Rebooted whole system and suddenly the HBCC tweak worked. Seeing ~1880 so far.

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I use wattman with no problems. Day after day of stability at over 2K average hash rate on 4 vega 64's. It's not Wattman that is the problem, but I concede that it of course is far from perfect.

Make sure you have 8MB of Virtual Mem per card set in your virtual mem space (windows10). 1024 * 16 for (2 cards) = 16384 + 300 for overhead =16684 total. OR maybe better settings 2 (cards) 1024 *16 *1.5 = 24576VM.
Make sure crossfire is turned off (should not be an option if using the blockchain driver so generally ignore people saying this)
If using wattman sometimes it is best to toggle the HBCC on off after PC reboot. (leave it off on all cards)
My fans are set to 2500RPM min with a target 70C and max of 75C - You will need to adjust fan speed per your climate.If you can keep the cards at 70C and lower, all the better.
turn the monitor settings in windows to never turn off.

That is about all really.


Fire up the script and let it run. You can turn your monitor off and on and the hash rate should stay the same.

Wattman is a problem.  And Crossfire *can* be randomly turned on by Wattman even if using the Block chain drivers, which is all I have ever used with Vega.  So check Crossfire in Wattman, if you are still using Wattman, which is not recommended.

Wattman has not been a problem for me so I disagree with the news that it is. I don't have a crossfire option in Wattman, I use on board video. Everything is working great. Windows 10 is a bigger problem.

It works well for you, great.  But there are at least four different threads about getting Vega to work and many people have reported issues when using Wattman.

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November 27, 2017, 09:37:14 PM
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Hey guys... I cannot get past 1300 on my VEGA-64

Resetting the HBCC setting has no effect.

Thoughts ?

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*EDIT* -- Rebooted whole system and suddenly the HBCC tweak worked. Seeing ~1880 so far.

Thanks Dev.

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November 27, 2017, 10:58:44 PM
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No need to toggle the HBCC before starting a miner. In fact you don't have to touch it at all.
Just go to Device Manager->DisplayAdapters->RightMouseClick on Vega to Disable and then Reanable it again.
You have to do it after every windows restart.

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November 28, 2017, 12:46:27 AM
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And Vegas are sold out and or priced wayyy too high around me and have been for some time.  I guess people are stocking up on them Smiley
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November 28, 2017, 02:36:44 AM
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when getting corrupt display     it is more a gpu probleme or ram problem ?

because i can't figure it out for now
when i play a video while mining   my display get corrupt
i tired to undervolt less but not effect, also try do decrease memory a bit  has no effect also for now
as i have 2 vega in the computer i switch them but did not help ever


me to i can't find any vega here i m sad i did not buy 3 more

i think i m going to build an gtx1070x5   good idea or not?

because waiting on vega can take month and price will be 100€ more at lease like what happen the rx series


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November 28, 2017, 04:34:48 AM
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Hello everyone!
I also have 2 GPU Vega 56 and when I add the -G 0,1 line everything crashes and I have to restart.
Otherwise using only one card i get 1950h/s, even 2000 if i put power usage to 0%.
It crashes even if use WinMiner and a very low power setting on Wattman.

I am afraid that the PC crashes using 2 gpu, because the motherboard may not be strong enough it is a 3 years old Gygabite, maybe is not recent enough. It is supposed to support 2 AMD Gaming GPU (even in crossfire) though...


On a different note, For those who gets Hs drops after a while it may be because the fan are below 3000rpm.



Pretty much as I stated above...
it is not the mobo, I followed step-by step to setup my rig http://vega.miningguides.com/ I have 2 Vega 64 on a 5 years old Asus P8H61-M LE and i get stable 1960 H/s per card, your problem is the Wattman.. quote from the site: "If you installed the full AMD application, NEVER EVER open the AMD application.  In other guides you will hear references to Wattman.  Ignore them.  You will hear references to HBCC sliders.  Ignore them.  Opening the driver software works for some people but I have had to uninstall and re-install the drivers ground up because of opening the driver.  Don't do it.  You need it installed and that is it.  (If you did open it and have problems that require uninstall"

I use wattman with no problems. Day after day of stability at over 2K average hash rate on 4 vega 64's. It's not Wattman that is the problem, but I concede that it of course is far from perfect.

Make sure you have 8MB of Virtual Mem per card set in your virtual mem space (windows10). 1024 * 16 for (2 cards) = 16384 + 300 for overhead =16684 total. OR maybe better settings 2 (cards) 1024 *16 *1.5 = 24576VM.
Make sure crossfire is turned off (should not be an option if using the blockchain driver so generally ignore people saying this)
If using wattman sometimes it is best to toggle the HBCC on off after PC reboot. (leave it off on all cards)
My fans are set to 2500RPM min with a target 70C and max of 75C - You will need to adjust fan speed per your climate.If you can keep the cards at 70C and lower, all the better.
turn the monitor settings in windows to never turn off.

That is about all really.


Fire up the script and let it run. You can turn your monitor off and on and the hash rate should stay the same.
Thank you everyone for the tips.
In seems that the crash was caused by the "crossfire" option on Wattman. It was turned on by default, because I never turned it on. As I unchecked it and restarted the Miner with 2 gpu, it just worked like a charm with 1900+ H/s on both cards.
I have been tweaking with both Wattman or OverdriNTTool and apparently it does not make any difference.

I am using the blockchain drivers from August23 version, are these the latest one?


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November 28, 2017, 04:38:11 AM
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No one test the latest drivers with vegas? (17.11.3)

I see everyone only using the blockchain drivers.

Also, there is a way to put the vegas work automatic after a powerloss?
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November 28, 2017, 05:13:29 AM
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No one test the latest drivers with vegas? (17.11.3)

I see everyone only using the blockchain drivers.
It's been tested. While it increases performance for things like Ethhash, it does not play well with Cryptonight compared to the August drivers.
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November 28, 2017, 07:56:14 AM
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anyone using nicehash (legacy), and anyone collecting fees *cough* dev *cough* should probably request this be officially added to nicehash.
if you google "CryptoNight miner for RX Vega GPUs #478" you'll find the correct place to do so.

if they day ever comes that some other algo is close to the same profitability on a vega, it sure would be nice to have this working via nicehash so it can switch automatically.

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November 28, 2017, 08:39:31 AM
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No one test the latest drivers with vegas? (17.11.3)

I see everyone only using the blockchain drivers.
It's been tested. While it increases performance for things like Ethhash, it does not play well with Cryptonight compared to the August drivers.

any particular tests you have done or?

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November 28, 2017, 08:42:59 AM
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Hi guys I've been wanting to use this miner but can't seem to get it to work. Every time I run it I get this error https://imgur.com/a/oB4l9
My batch file reads like this. " cast_xmr-vega -S xmr-us-east1.nanopool.org:14444 -u 45KjUS75gPfatjfHjtBkEedq9VhWqC3T4V8eX8chfotU2ojgxADrAfSSGVXCkkLahLABygygGEwKGED Wk545ZWQd9ieFGcm.default %* "
If anyone could shed some knowledge on how I can get this running it would be a huge help.

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November 28, 2017, 10:26:24 AM
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Hi guys I've been wanting to use this miner but can't seem to get it to work. Every time I run it I get this error https://imgur.com/a/oB4l9
My batch file reads like this. " cast_xmr-vega -S xmr-us-east1.nanopool.org:14444 -u 45KjUS75gPfatjfHjtBkEedq9VhWqC3T4V8eX8chfotU2ojgxADrAfSSGVXCkkLahLABygygGEwKGED Wk545ZWQd9ieFGcm.default %* "
If anyone could shed some knowledge on how I can get this running it would be a huge help.

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Just wanted to use cast xmr with nicehash. But no connect Huh
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