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Author Topic: [ANN]Bminer: a fast Equihash/Ethash/Cuckaroo29d miner for AMD/NVIDIA GPUs 15.8.4  (Read 129877 times)
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March 03, 2019, 07:22:32 PM
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not sure that it's pools problem
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March 03, 2019, 08:11:50 PM
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Looks like internet provider issue.
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March 03, 2019, 08:51:22 PM
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Looks like internet provider issue.
no, outside red rectangle i use another miner Wink
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March 03, 2019, 09:05:44 PM
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no, outside red rectangle i use another miner Wink
Got it. Less then 2% of rejects seems about right for bminer 15.1. Prior to 15.1 I've got up to 8%. ~25% is way to much.
Which miner do you used before/after?
BTW. which algo/card are we talking about?
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March 03, 2019, 09:59:06 PM
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Just a quick benchmark and feedback on testing Vega64 with bminer-15.1.0(c29) with our OS.

Clocks: GfxClk 1250, MemClk 1050, Voltage: 850mV
Hashrate c29: 3.60-3.80gps(Smart Tune set to auto).
We experienced a bit high CPU usage for some reason which caused miner to hang on trying to kill it, eventually reboot was required to return to normal.
Cheers for the good work!



Why so low on the gfx clock?  Grin is core-intensive, so you want to have that as high as possible for your desired power-envelope.  Also, you can likely lock out your top mem power state to get your SOC to downclock and save some power.  Any chance you can post some numbers w/ at least 1300-1400Mhz measured (actual) core clock, and 800Mhz mem clock (p3 disabled)?
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March 03, 2019, 11:31:43 PM
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Just a quick benchmark and feedback on testing Vega64 with bminer-15.1.0(c29) with our OS.

Clocks: GfxClk 1250, MemClk 1050, Voltage: 850mV
Hashrate c29: 3.60-3.80gps(Smart Tune set to auto).
We experienced a bit high CPU usage for some reason which caused miner to hang on trying to kill it, eventually reboot was required to return to normal.
Cheers for the good work!



Why so low on the gfx clock?  Grin is core-intensive, so you want to have that as high as possible for your desired power-envelope.  Also, you can likely lock out your top mem power state to get your SOC to downclock and save some power.  Any chance you can post some numbers w/ at least 1300-1400Mhz measured (actual) core clock, and 800Mhz mem clock (p3 disabled)?

Didn't quite get what you mean by SoC downclock, if you refer to soc state its irrelevant, if you refer to frequency, we set it just 1Mhz above memory clock, p3 doesn't need to be disabled, if you set memory to lower than P2 or equal it will simply go there. Power usage was the factor we were seeking with that low core and no, grin is not entirely core intensive, its memory bound algorithm(not hard) that can benefit of slight overclock of memory in some cases.
We are preparing benchmarks on all algorithms supported by our OS and will post them sometime next week.

P.S. Here are some tests with your settings:
[GPU 0] Speed: 3.44 G/s Fidelity 0.784 Temp: 56C Fan: 40% Power: 105W 0.03 G/J - gfx 1220, mem 800, volt 850(seems stable between 3.40-3.44)
[GPU 0] Speed: 3.80 G/s Fidelity 0.378 Temp: 48C Fan: 36% Power: 20W 0.19 G/J - gfx 1400, mem 800, volt 900(seems stable between 3.66-3.80)
[GPU 0] Speed: 4.20 G/s Fidelity 1.810 Temp: 52C Fan: 37% Power: 21W 0.20 G/J - gfx 1400, mem 1050(smart tune to low), volt 900
[GPU 0] Speed: 4.00 G/s Fidelity 0.952 Temp: 56C Fan: 40% Power: 128W 0.03 G/J - gfx 1400, mem 1050(smart tune low), volt 900(stable)
[GPU 0] Speed: 3.80 G/s Fidelity 2.423 Temp: 52C Fan: 22% Power: 18W 0.21 G/J - gfx 1220, mem 1050(smart tune low), volt 850
[GPU 0] Speed: 3.62 G/s Fidelity 0.993 Temp: 55C Fan: 40% Power: 108W 0.03 G/J - gfx 1220, mem 1050(smart tune low), volt 850(stable)

Hope that reveals that cuckoo is not exactly core intensive Smiley

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March 04, 2019, 02:51:39 AM
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Just a quick benchmark and feedback on testing Vega64 with bminer-15.1.0(c29) with our OS.

Clocks: GfxClk 1250, MemClk 1050, Voltage: 850mV
Hashrate c29: 3.60-3.80gps(Smart Tune set to auto).
We experienced a bit high CPU usage for some reason which caused miner to hang on trying to kill it, eventually reboot was required to return to normal.
Cheers for the good work!



Why so low on the gfx clock?  Grin is core-intensive, so you want to have that as high as possible for your desired power-envelope.  Also, you can likely lock out your top mem power state to get your SOC to downclock and save some power.  Any chance you can post some numbers w/ at least 1300-1400Mhz measured (actual) core clock, and 800Mhz mem clock (p3 disabled)?

Didn't quite get what you mean by SoC downclock, if you refer to soc state its irrelevant, if you refer to frequency, we set it just 1Mhz above memory clock, p3 doesn't need to be disabled, if you set memory to lower than P2 or equal it will simply go there. Power usage was the factor we were seeking with that low core and no, grin is not entirely core intensive, its memory bound algorithm(not hard) that can benefit of slight overclock of memory in some cases.
We are preparing benchmarks on all algorithms supported by our OS and will post them sometime next week.

P.S. Here are some tests with your settings:
[GPU 0] Speed: 3.44 G/s Fidelity 0.784 Temp: 56C Fan: 40% Power: 105W 0.03 G/J - gfx 1220, mem 800, volt 850(seems stable between 3.40-3.44)
[GPU 0] Speed: 3.80 G/s Fidelity 0.378 Temp: 48C Fan: 36% Power: 20W 0.19 G/J - gfx 1400, mem 800, volt 900(seems stable between 3.66-3.80)
[GPU 0] Speed: 4.20 G/s Fidelity 1.810 Temp: 52C Fan: 37% Power: 21W 0.20 G/J - gfx 1400, mem 1050(smart tune to low), volt 900
[GPU 0] Speed: 4.00 G/s Fidelity 0.952 Temp: 56C Fan: 40% Power: 128W 0.03 G/J - gfx 1400, mem 1050(smart tune low), volt 900(stable)
[GPU 0] Speed: 3.80 G/s Fidelity 2.423 Temp: 52C Fan: 22% Power: 18W 0.21 G/J - gfx 1220, mem 1050(smart tune low), volt 850
[GPU 0] Speed: 3.62 G/s Fidelity 0.993 Temp: 55C Fan: 40% Power: 108W 0.03 G/J - gfx 1220, mem 1050(smart tune low), volt 850(stable)

Hope that reveals that cuckoo is not exactly core intensive Smiley


Maybe it's just that the other miners are unoptimized / not fully utilizing the GPU then, but on GGM/GrinPro for instance, dropping the mem clock from 1107 to 800Mhz results in only about a 3% h/r reduction.  Core clock changes (esp that large) have a much more significant effect. Of course, GGM/GrinPro is only getting ~3.35 for a 1300 effective core clock, so again, maybe things are different w/ bminer having opened up the gpu a bit more.

Regarding SOC, at least in windows, it appeared that each mem state has an allowable minimum for SOC clocks.  For instance, setting 800MHz for mem P3 would still run 1107Mhz for SOC, so it was better to lock out P3, which would then allow SOC to drop down to 800Mhz.  Setting duplicate/out-of-order clocks always seemed to cause strange or inconsistent behavior, so I tend to avoid it.  And while SOC clocks should be modifiable via PPT, it simply never worked (in Windows) from my tests.  Maybe things are different in linux, but the state disabling works, so I've stuck w/ it.

I guess I'll get to experimenting w/ this myself - just wanted to make sure there was an appreciable difference worth spending time on.
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March 04, 2019, 05:39:31 AM
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no, outside red rectangle i use another miner Wink
Got it. Less then 2% of rejects seems about right for bminer 15.1. Prior to 15.1 I've got up to 8%. ~25% is way to much.
Which miner do you used before/after?
BTW. which algo/card are we talking about?
C31, 1070+1070ti
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March 04, 2019, 09:12:48 AM
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Its complicated with vega powerplay table, but we managed to make it work, SoC state doesn't make difference now. The "Smart Tune" I am refering is exclusive feature in our OS that makes some adjustments to memory timings runtime so it speeds up memory bound/hard algorithms like ethash, equihash and possibliy cuckoo(as seen above).

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March 04, 2019, 11:21:20 AM
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Have you noticed any difference while mining Cuckoo (grin) 29 or 31 and having ETHpill on?
For 29 I haven't noticed any difference with my 1080ti. For the 31 I haven't managed to try it since I don't know how to run ETHpill in Linux.

On their GitHub (https://github.com/admin-ipfs/OhGodAnETHlargementPill) the readme ("prescription" lol) is asking us to unzip the .gz file, but I don't see any .gz file.
There's a "OhGodAnETHlargementPill-r2" without any extension but I don't know how to run it in Linux.

I could keep trying and eventually figure it out, but I was hoping that someone might have tried it and could tell me if there's any change or how to run the ETHpill.

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March 04, 2019, 01:52:06 PM
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what's the current speed for C31 mining for 2080Ti card ?

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March 04, 2019, 02:27:58 PM
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got weird problem. Hashrate on two of three of my 1080's dropped with bminer 15.1.
Example:
with bminer 15.0.2 each 1080 have 5.5 gps on C-29
with bminer 15.1 one 1080 (in X16) have 5.6 gps, two others 1080 have only 4.8 each
Maybe someone got same problem and can help me to resolve it?
@realbminer, some help for me?

P.S. HiveOS, driver 396.54
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March 05, 2019, 12:29:25 AM
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seems another project in cuckoo cycle family but only support C31 algorithm

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5116576.0


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March 05, 2019, 02:55:15 AM
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Its complicated with vega powerplay table, but we managed to make it work, SoC state doesn't make difference now. The "Smart Tune" I am refering is exclusive feature in our OS that makes some adjustments to memory timings runtime so it speeds up memory bound/hard algorithms like ethash, equihash and possibliy cuckoo(as seen above).

Ok - thanks for the info.  FYI (and for anyone else looking for Vega #s), here's what I'm seeing averaged across 2 Sapphire Nitro 64s (ubuntu 18.04 + rocm 2.0 w/ atomics, i7 8700k, platinum psu):

Core: 1325MHz actual (1500/1525 setting)
Mem: 800Mhz (P2 state)
Voltage: 831mv
Speed: 3.77gps
Power: 105w (dpm reported) / 140-145w (wall)

831mv is likely higher than necessary here, though any decrease will have to be paired w/ a core clock setting increase to keep the same gps, due to Vegas ACG / clock throttling behavior.  Regardless - overall power could likely still be reduced a bit for the same performance.

Regarding core vs mem clock importance... from this base point, I see a ~50Mhz (actual) core increase being equivalent to a 300Mhz mem increase, bringing the gps up to ~4, but i haven't measured the corresponding power increases (i would expect the latter to be higher.)

Finally, I am unfortunately seeing a 4% (nanopool) - 6% (grinmint) reject rate due to invalid shares (not stales,) which I can't seem to address at all through GPU tuning.
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March 05, 2019, 10:08:38 AM
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ACG activates on dpm5, lower than it you'll notice less freq volatility.
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    AVFSOffset :           0
    ACGEnable :            0
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    AVFSOffset :           0
    ACGEnable :            1

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March 05, 2019, 10:42:19 AM
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ACG activates on dpm5, lower than it you'll notice less freq volatility.
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    AVFSOffset :           0
    ACGEnable :            0
  Entry 5
    AVFSOffset :           0
    ACGEnable :            1

Yeah - I tested that, and definitely saw more reliable clocks compared to settings, but it also caused a higher power draw even at the same voltage / effective clock.
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March 05, 2019, 12:45:28 PM
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hello guys...

anyone have also RX580 cards ? which miner you have for mining Cuckoo29?

with AMD cards you have really low hash  Sad

Maybe some one have alternative miner for AMD?

Thank you
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March 05, 2019, 02:38:35 PM
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Please correct the links to the Windows version 15.2.0 version on the site - both are broken ... Sad
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March 05, 2019, 03:37:28 PM
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got weird problem. Hashrate on two of three of my 1080's dropped with bminer 15.1.
Example:
with bminer 15.0.2 each 1080 have 5.5 gps on C-29
with bminer 15.1 one 1080 (in X16) have 5.6 gps, two others 1080 have only 4.8 each
Maybe someone got same problem and can help me to resolve it?
@realbminer, some help for me?

P.S. HiveOS, driver 396.54

Same problem to me but with 1080Ti. Any help?
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March 05, 2019, 03:55:21 PM
Last edit: March 05, 2019, 04:33:41 PM by realbminer
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We’re pleased to release Bminer 15.2.0. The release provides:

* Improve performance and stability of Cuckatoo31.
* Slightly improved performance of Ccukaroo29
* Reduced the chance of reject and stale shares of CC29/CC31
* Support RTX 2080/2070 for Cuckatoo31. RTX 2080 expected speed 1.45G/s

Please see https://www.bminer.me/releases/ for more details.

Happy mining.

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