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Author Topic: [Cast XMR] high speed XMR/CryptoNight miner for RX Vega GPUs (2 KHash/s)  (Read 171670 times)
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December 05, 2017, 08:38:26 AM
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another thing where to buy cards? ALL SOLD out everywhere damned

Rumor has it, they have stopped making these reference Vega cards.
Kinda sucks. I know power color gonna release one with their custom fans. Should be good

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December 05, 2017, 10:24:14 AM
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I've used the latest 17.11.4 Optional vega drivers on a machine and its main advantage is allowing the higher then 1107 memory speed and the 1200 SOC clock but its also less stable then the old August compute based drivers.   Its mostly designed to further game performance, fix some game bugs nothing much has changed otherwise.   Its worth a try if you havent got the results you wanted and/or are going to reinstall drivers anyway but nothing dramatic enough to alter a good working hash rate setup.

So does Cast XMR work at full speed with those drivers? I was of the impression that it still only worked with the blockchain drivers.

No, tried with lastest AMD driver.

The latest AMD drivers allow for a 'compute mode' swicth, which is equivalent to the blockchain driver. Sadly this miner seems to be a bit silly and refuses to work in optimized mode unless the driver is the blockchain beta.

In non -optimized mode, i'm getting 1200 - 1300 h/s with my Vega with Claymore. ~1000 h/s with Cast
try xmr-stak, it doesn't check driver version ))

 Unless it changed recently, it DOES in fact check driver version - and mines in a "slower" mode if you don't have the blockchain drivers.

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December 05, 2017, 02:46:04 PM
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Bumping for Ubuntu version
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December 05, 2017, 05:21:32 PM
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I my opinion, Cast XMR is a very good miner.

Mostly, only one step to make it best - pool failovers.
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December 05, 2017, 05:55:23 PM
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I've used the latest 17.11.4 Optional vega drivers on a machine and its main advantage is allowing the higher then 1107 memory speed and the 1200 SOC clock but its also less stable then the old August compute based drivers.   Its mostly designed to further game performance, fix some game bugs nothing much has changed otherwise.   Its worth a try if you havent got the results you wanted and/or are going to reinstall drivers anyway but nothing dramatic enough to alter a good working hash rate setup.

So does Cast XMR work at full speed with those drivers? I was of the impression that it still only worked with the blockchain drivers.

No, tried with lastest AMD driver.

The latest AMD drivers allow for a 'compute mode' swicth, which is equivalent to the blockchain driver. Sadly this miner seems to be a bit silly and refuses to work in optimized mode unless the driver is the blockchain beta.

In non -optimized mode, i'm getting 1200 - 1300 h/s with my Vega with Claymore. ~1000 h/s with Cast
try xmr-stak, it doesn't check driver version ))

 Unless it changed recently, it DOES in fact check driver version - and mines in a "slower" mode if you don't have the blockchain drivers.


Yep, I tried XMR-Stak with the 17.11.4 driver and it was hashing slower on my 2 Vegas.  Also, I did not see a compute/gaming toggle with those drivers.  Went back to blockchain driver.

Only problem for me is that voltage control is not working with the Blockchain driver and OverdriveNTool.  MSI Afterburner works however.
I tried the softpowerplay mod but it does something weird where power states keep disappearing when I set clocks/voltages to what I want (ie. on reboot the highest power state disappears, then if I change the next highest one, that disappears on reboot as well).  Anyone have OverdriveNTool or softpowerplay working properly with the blockchain drivers?
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December 05, 2017, 06:09:32 PM
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I've used the latest 17.11.4 Optional vega drivers on a machine and its main advantage is allowing the higher then 1107 memory speed and the 1200 SOC clock but its also less stable then the old August compute based drivers.   Its mostly designed to further game performance, fix some game bugs nothing much has changed otherwise.   Its worth a try if you havent got the results you wanted and/or are going to reinstall drivers anyway but nothing dramatic enough to alter a good working hash rate setup.

So does Cast XMR work at full speed with those drivers? I was of the impression that it still only worked with the blockchain drivers.

No, tried with lastest AMD driver.

The latest AMD drivers allow for a 'compute mode' swicth, which is equivalent to the blockchain driver. Sadly this miner seems to be a bit silly and refuses to work in optimized mode unless the driver is the blockchain beta.

In non -optimized mode, i'm getting 1200 - 1300 h/s with my Vega with Claymore. ~1000 h/s with Cast
try xmr-stak, it doesn't check driver version ))

 Unless it changed recently, it DOES in fact check driver version - and mines in a "slower" mode if you don't have the blockchain drivers.

xmr-stak is open-source software, can you point me the place in source code where it is (fast/slow mode depending on drivers version)?
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December 05, 2017, 06:16:12 PM
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xmr-stak is open-source software, can you point me the place in source code where it is (fast/slow mode depending on drivers version)?

See above post.  Stak is slower (~1100h/s) with the 17.11.4 driver vs the blockchain driver.
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December 05, 2017, 06:25:21 PM
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Only problem for me is that voltage control is not working with the Blockchain driver and OverdriveNTool.  MSI Afterburner works however.
I tried the softpowerplay mod but it does something weird where power states keep disappearing when I set clocks/voltages to what I want (ie. on reboot the highest power state disappears, then if I change the next highest one, that disappears on reboot as well).  Anyone have OverdriveNTool or softpowerplay working properly with the blockchain drivers?

Yes. OverdriveNTool + Softpowerplay made by it + Win10 + Official AMD BC drivers + Vega56 stock BIOS + some massive downvolt:



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December 05, 2017, 06:44:14 PM
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xmr-stak is open-source software, can you point me the place in source code where it is (fast/slow mode depending on drivers version)?

See above post.  Stak is slower (~1100h/s) with the 17.11.4 driver vs the blockchain driver.

I don't believe that's what they are talking about... Of course the blockchain drivers hash more than 17.11.4

All Red was saying is if you want to play around with the 17.11.4 drivers - XMR-Stak doesn't do a driver check vs Cast which may
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how many do you have outdated shares because of job change ? I have 7% is this normal or I need try to change pool or something else?

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xmr-stak is open-source software, can you point me the place in source code where it is (fast/slow mode depending on drivers version)?

See above post.  Stak is slower (~1100h/s) with the 17.11.4 driver vs the blockchain driver.

I don't believe that's what they are talking about... Of course the blockchain drivers hash more than 17.11.4

All Red was saying is if you want to play around with the 17.11.4 drivers - XMR-Stak doesn't do a driver check vs Cast which may

I don't know if Stak does or doesn't do a "check" but the end result is the same, which is that it is slower, and that's what started the conversation in the first place (whether these programs can work with newer drivers and have good hash rates).
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xmr-stak is open-source software, can you point me the place in source code where it is (fast/slow mode depending on drivers version)?

See above post.  Stak is slower (~1100h/s) with the 17.11.4 driver vs the blockchain driver.

I don't believe that's what they are talking about... Of course the blockchain drivers hash more than 17.11.4

All Red was saying is if you want to play around with the 17.11.4 drivers - XMR-Stak doesn't do a driver check vs Cast which may
Thanks for explanation. I wouldn't do better ))
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December 05, 2017, 09:18:13 PM
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how many do you have outdated shares because of job change ? I have 7% is this normal or I need try to change pool or something else?
Yes, exactly the same percentage, "job not found" on nicehash.
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December 05, 2017, 10:14:59 PM
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my cast xmr fast (1950 h/s) but i see very slow on the pool site (1200-1600 h/s) Why?
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December 05, 2017, 10:36:51 PM
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my cast xmr fast (1950 h/s) but i see very slow on the pool site (1200-1600 h/s) Why?

This is a general thing in mining. The miner counts the hashes (the speed you are searching) while the pool only knows how many valid shares you've sent (so it counts the results).

The two are equivalent only when avereaging on a very large time interval
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December 05, 2017, 10:56:15 PM
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my cast xmr fast (1950 h/s) but i see very slow on the pool site (1200-1600 h/s) Why?

This is a general thing in mining. The miner counts the hashes (the speed you are searching) while the pool only knows how many valid shares you've sent (so it counts the results).

The two are equivalent only when averaging on a very large time interval
plug it into nicehash. nicehash has nice graphs with average hashrate on longer periods. i woudnt worry about it too much. its not easy tho. we all would love to see highest hashrate on pools all the time

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I've already seen similar questions about null hashes, but I did not find an answer

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[05:59:47] GPU0 | 47°C | Fan 1327 RPM | 924.4 H/s
[05:59:47] GPU1 | 46°C | Fan 1348 RPM | 925.7 H/s
[05:59:47] GPU2 | 46°C | Fan 1318 RPM | 900.6 H/s
[05:59:47] GPU3 | 45°C | Fan 1288 RPM | 0.0 H/s
[05:59:49] GPU0 | 46°C | Fan 1326 RPM | 924.0 H/s
[05:59:50] GPU1 | 46°C | Fan 1347 RPM | 925.3 H/s
[05:59:50] GPU2 | 46°C | Fan 1314 RPM | 899.3 H/s
[05:59:50] GPU3 | 46°C | Fan 1285 RPM | 0.0 H/s
[05:59:50] GPU0 | 46°C | Fan 1326 RPM | 0.0 H/s
[05:59:50] GPU1 | 47°C | Fan 1350 RPM | 0.0 H/s
[05:59:50] GPU2 | 45°C | Fan 1313 RPM | 0.0 H/s
[05:59:50] GPU3 | 45°C | Fan 1285 RPM | 235.3 H/s
[05:59:53] GPU0 | 46°C | Fan 1327 RPM | 921.3 H/s
[05:59:53] GPU1 | 46°C | Fan 1344 RPM | 923.7 H/s
[05:59:53] GPU2 | 46°C | Fan 1317 RPM | 896.8 H/s
[05:59:53] GPU3 | 45°C | Fan 1286 RPM | 0.0 H/s
[05:59:55] New job received. Avg Job Time: 31.0 sec
[05:59:55] GPU0 | 47°C | Fan 1329 RPM | 921.7 H/s
[05:59:55] GPU1 | 46°C | Fan 1343 RPM | 921.7 H/s
[05:59:55] GPU2 | 46°C | Fan 1318 RPM | 895.9 H/s
[05:59:55] GPU3 | 46°C | Fan 1288 RPM | 0.0 H/s

can I  do something with this problem? it can be with 1 card or 2 or 3. With the same settings, alternative miners work stably but give 7-9% less

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December 06, 2017, 01:18:11 AM
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Trying to run this miner on RX 580 rigs.
Getting "Error CL_DEVICE_NOT_FOUND calling clGetDeviceIDs for number of devices", tried different options like --opencl 0 /1. In device manager no integrated graphics, only rx 580s. Happens on all my rigs.
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try using this data in command line  -G 0,1,2,3 -O 1 , where -G num id cards , it helped me, had the same problem

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try using this data in command line  -G 0,1,2,3 -O 1 , where -G num id cards , it helped me, had the same problem
Thanks, it worked. Apparently --opencl doesn't work in 0.7. Getting just 60h/s more then claymore's miner. Overall 920 h/s per card.
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