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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 3.5d: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 105177 times)
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April 14, 2018, 02:02:50 PM
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rx570: 27-31mh/s ETH @ 90-110w
rx570: 850-900sol/s Monero @ 120w

Monero pulls ahead by 20-25%... Keep Dreaming buddy, eth is dead.

Wow your an idiot ..... thanks for sharing only HALF of the data
perhaps when you quote someone of "dreaming"

elaborate more with details to a pennie.

coins received to dollar value in a given time frame etc... end result and so on....................

For instance, I personally (not blowing smoke out of my asss) have 35 GPUs and I mine ETC rx 580 or in ur case 570 it dont matter I do have only one of those hashing at 29.9 the reset are 580's depending on the card 28-32.6 .

anyways I get 1etc every 11hours or so -  so thats 2+ in a 24 hour period aka 1 DAY = each etc currant rate of $16 for a grand total of $32 a day

let me know if you can get $32 a day with SOLS and how many UNITS GPUs it will take with todays rate

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I reckon 300 give or take SOLS with rx580 would imagine the same for 570 Huh? personally tried it on bitcoin private pool same zcash crap

800sols Huh maybe with a gtx 1070 or 1080 Huh I dont know


Sooooooo quickly coming to a conclusion that your an idiot that doesn't know wtf ur talking about

580's push 900far and 570's are 850+ for moneroV7
the past is gone. get with the times. we are not in 2012 anymore, new miners push rx series far for monero. Vegas are not king for price/performance anymore.

and ur the idiot here, 35gpus dont pull $32 a day in etc lol

Guys, both of you are having issues with math, or you're not aware of dual mining. Here's how it goes for me atm: Eth $28,43, Monero $30,22 and Dual Eth+XVG $34. This is real Eth+Xvg profit, not the one estimated by WTM on the number of coins you're "supposed" to get (which would be $37).
You're welcome =)

P.S: not sure why would someone use this solo miner at all, when dual is always more profitable, even with higher fees.

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April 14, 2018, 07:35:11 PM
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rx570: 27-31mh/s ETH @ 90-110w
rx570: 850-900sol/s Monero @ 120w

Monero pulls ahead by 20-25%... Keep Dreaming buddy, eth is dead.

Wow your an idiot ..... thanks for sharing only HALF of the data
perhaps when you quote someone of "dreaming"

elaborate more with details to a pennie.

coins received to dollar value in a given time frame etc... end result and so on....................

For instance, I personally (not blowing smoke out of my asss) have 35 GPUs and I mine ETC rx 580 or in ur case 570 it dont matter I do have only one of those hashing at 29.9 the reset are 580's depending on the card 28-32.6 .

anyways I get 1etc every 11hours or so -  so thats 2+ in a 24 hour period aka 1 DAY = each etc currant rate of $16 for a grand total of $32 a day

let me know if you can get $32 a day with SOLS and how many UNITS GPUs it will take with todays rate

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I reckon 300 give or take SOLS with rx580 would imagine the same for 570 Huh? personally tried it on bitcoin private pool same zcash crap

800sols Huh maybe with a gtx 1070 or 1080 Huh I dont know


Sooooooo quickly coming to a conclusion that your an idiot that doesn't know wtf ur talking about

580's push 900far and 570's are 850+ for moneroV7
the past is gone. get with the times. we are not in 2012 anymore, new miners push rx series far for monero. Vegas are not king for price/performance anymore.

and ur the idiot here, 35gpus dont pull $32 a day in etc lol

Guys, both of you are having issues with math, or you're not aware of dual mining. Here's how it goes for me atm: Eth $28,43, Monero $30,22 and Dual Eth+XVG $34. This is real Eth+Xvg profit, not the one estimated by WTM on the number of coins you're "supposed" to get (which would be $37).
You're welcome =)

P.S: not sure why would someone use this solo miner at all, when dual is always more profitable, even with higher fees.


Hello everyone, greetings from Venezuela, I have 5 RIG each with 6 GPU Sapphire Nitro + Radeon RX580 8GB GDDR5 = 30 GPU, only mino ETH ($ 501.96) and at today's price at this time I make $ 33.35 daily, in short if you have 35 GPU and your configuration is within the average then you should make more than $ 39 a day; Now in my case I would like to mine Eth + Xvg but I do not know when the temperature would rise in my GPU since I am at the limit And I do not have information about a purse or a pool and I would generate more money every day because in my country the light It's literally free, take care, excuse my bad English
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April 14, 2018, 08:29:58 PM
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Guys, both of you are having issues with math, or you're not aware of dual mining. Here's how it goes for me atm: Eth $28,43, Monero $30,22 and Dual Eth+XVG $34. This is real Eth+Xvg profit, not the one estimated by WTM on the number of coins you're "supposed" to get (which would be $37).
You're welcome =)

P.S: not sure why would someone use this solo miner at all, when dual is always more profitable, even with higher fees.

You have issues with the math. 25ish cards should earn you this profit daily, so if you factor the 0.5% devfee, the increased power draw of 40 watts per card, add the additional stress on the GPU, cooling, PSU, fans, heat output, air conditioning - you are basically running at a very slim margin.
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April 14, 2018, 09:06:53 PM
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Guys, both of you are having issues with math, or you're not aware of dual mining. Here's how it goes for me atm: Eth $28,43, Monero $30,22 and Dual Eth+XVG $34. This is real Eth+Xvg profit, not the one estimated by WTM on the number of coins you're "supposed" to get (which would be $37).
You're welcome =)

P.S: not sure why would someone use this solo miner at all, when dual is always more profitable, even with higher fees.

You have issues with the math. 25ish cards should earn you this profit daily, so if you factor the 0.5% devfee, the increased power draw of 40 watts per card, add the additional stress on the GPU, cooling, PSU, fans, heat output, air conditioning - you are basically running at a very slim margin.

50 cards produce that not 25... idk what fuking rock everyone here is living under.

ye i aint bares
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Tried Phoenix 2.8c today. Mostly good, but have a problem with the remote monitoring.

I have a basic python script using sockets to monitor all rigs and send me alerts if things go wrong. 
This works with claymore, which says it uses raw TCP/IP connections (not HTTP) for remote management.
This same script does not work with Phoenix, and hangs when waiting for data from the miner.

It sends the request JSON as per the claymore API {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"miner_getstat1"}
It then waits for the response, expecting {"result": ["9.3 - ETH" ... data, but it never gets any data.
It uses the socket.recv(1024) method which blocks until there is some data to be read.

The remote monitoring is enabled, and responds to HTTP requests on 3333, showing a html version of the console.
Interestingly claymore's EthMan.exe does work and can see the rigs using Phoenix.

The devs say "Phoenix miner is fully compatible with Claymore's dual miner protocol for remote monitoring and
management.", so am I correct to assume that phoenix should support the raw TCP/IP requests in JSON format?

It's a pretty simple script, that works with claymore, perhaps someone can see if I'm doing something wrong, here is a stripped down version that hangs when waiting for data from the miner.

Code:
#!/usr/bin/python3

import socket
import json

def contact_miner(ip,port):
    request = b'{"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"miner_getstat1"}'
    with socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) as s:
        try:
            s.connect((ip, port))
        except Exception:
            return None
        s.sendall(request)
        data = s.recv(1024)
        if data != b'':
            return(json.loads(data.decode('utf-8'))['result'])


answer = contact_miner('192.168.1.198', 3333)
print(answer)

It hangs because socket.recv blocks when there is no data. If you Ctrl+C you get

Code:
user@server:~/bin$ ./checkPhoenix.py
^CTraceback (most recent call last):
  File "./checkPhoenix.py", line 19, in <module>
    answer = contact_miner('192.168.1.198', 3333)
  File "./checkPhoenix.py", line 14, in contact_miner
    data = s.recv(1024)
KeyboardInterrupt

Anyone else got monitoring scripts working with Phoenix?  Any idea what could be going wrong?


Add a newline character at the end of the request

request = b'{"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"miner_getstat1"}' + "\n"
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April 15, 2018, 11:18:49 AM
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April 15, 2018, 11:25:27 AM
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PhoenixMiner 2.9e is officially released. Note that there are changes since 2.9d, so if you are running 2.9d, you should upgrade to this version. Here is the list of changes since the last beta version 2.9e (the full list of changes since the last official release can be seen in the first post of this thread):

  • Added detection of AMD Compute mode in the supported drivers and GPUs. The detection is performed when the miner starts and if the Compute mode is off on some of the GPUs, you will get warning messages.
  • Added console command 'y' to turn on the AMD Compute mode if it is not turned on on some of the cards.
  • Small improvement in the -logfile option: now you can insert $ chararcter in the name, which will be removed from the name but will force the miner to overwrite the log file on each startup, instead of appending to it.
  • Fixed a problem with miner restart on some CUDA errors with Nvidia cards when the miner crashes instead of restarting.
  • Some other small fixes and changes

You can download 2.9e from here: https://mega.nz/#F!2VskDJrI!lsQsz1CdDe8x5cH3L8QaBw

Checksums to verify your download:
Code:
    File: PhoenixMiner_2.9e.zip
   SHA-1: e2b9c72e561ac0fdb4e3c9ebddd7d703a35da36c
 SHA-256: 9817c89623025cf392a4e800a41cff96a87eee02e241d9f08d62dc43e0975e96
 SHA-512: 33c78a73a53791c01bbfff2ad830ffd40d4007f69ca329300815ab1c189f744aafdc6683033cfcb0315db7f322e6dee44181b9dff2922b1fb408b0f04dba163b

We are now working on 3.0, which will include auto-tuning capabilities and more.
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April 15, 2018, 11:40:53 AM
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The -logsmaxsize option defines the max size of all log files, not a single file, so 200 MB should be adequate if you want to keep a history for the last few weeks (or months). We don't have a limit of the size of a single logfile but it may be added in the future.

Strange solution. Never seen that. For example in java there is RollingFileAppender (https://logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/apidocs/org/apache/log4j/RollingFileAppender.html) which creates new log file when current file has reached limit size. I waited to have the same functionality, and I think that not only me. If the current behaviour is like you have described, then can you please to use parameter 0 as recomendation do not delete logs (so limit is absent).
   It already works like that: -logsmaxsize 0 turns off the automatic removal of oldest log files on startup. As for the limit on the size of individual log files - this is good idea and may be implemented in the future versions of the miner.

After running PM 2.9d for few days yes it "SHOWS" higher hash rate but the time it takes to CLEAR a block for me INCREASED as apposed to running CL

some would say difficulty increased Huh Id have to run it for 2 weeks to collect data and then switch back to CL and collect more data to eliminate that theory
  As we stated many times, the best way to compare is to see the shares (assuming the same share difficulty!) over some time period (not too short to avoid luck being too much of a factor). Note that PhoenixMiner already does these calculations for you and shows you the effective hashrate, even if you switch to pools with different difficulty.

Tried Phoenix 2.8c today. Mostly good, but have a problem with the remote monitoring.

I have a basic python script using sockets to monitor all rigs and send me alerts if things go wrong. 
This works with claymore, which says it uses raw TCP/IP connections (not HTTP) for remote management.
This same script does not work with Phoenix, and hangs when waiting for data from the miner.

It sends the request JSON as per the claymore API {"id":0,"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"miner_getstat1"}
It then waits for the response, expecting {"result": ["9.3 - ETH" ... data, but it never gets any data.
It uses the socket.recv(1024) method which blocks until there is some data to be read.

The remote monitoring is enabled, and responds to HTTP requests on 3333, showing a html version of the console.
Interestingly claymore's EthMan.exe does work and can see the rigs using Phoenix.

The devs say "Phoenix miner is fully compatible with Claymore's dual miner protocol for remote monitoring and
management.", so am I correct to assume that phoenix should support the raw TCP/IP requests in JSON format?

It's a pretty simple script, that works with claymore, perhaps someone can see if I'm doing something wrong, here is a stripped down version that hangs when waiting for data from the miner.

Code:
...

Anyone else got monitoring scripts working with Phoenix?  Any idea what could be going wrong?
   You have to add new line (\n) after the end of your JSON request.
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April 15, 2018, 01:29:13 PM
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Hi. What about Linux version?
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April 15, 2018, 01:36:07 PM
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Guys, both of you are having issues with math, or you're not aware of dual mining. Here's how it goes for me atm: Eth $28,43, Monero $30,22 and Dual Eth+XVG $34. This is real Eth+Xvg profit, not the one estimated by WTM on the number of coins you're "supposed" to get (which would be $37).
You're welcome =)

P.S: not sure why would someone use this solo miner at all, when dual is always more profitable, even with higher fees.

You have issues with the math. 25ish cards should earn you this profit daily, so if you factor the 0.5% devfee, the increased power draw of 40 watts per card, add the additional stress on the GPU, cooling, PSU, fans, heat output, air conditioning - you are basically running at a very slim margin.

When I say "in my case", it means I measured everything, with wattmeter, including power loss in cables. I don't count asset depreciation since my rigs have made 3+ fold profit already. Calculations above actually use same power draw for Eth and Eth+xvg. For Eth solo it should be less, as you noted, but its not much difference in $, since my electricity costs around 3 cents US and I don't use aircon, because its 0 degrees outside temperature =). Hope this clears things up.

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April 15, 2018, 02:25:46 PM
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2.9e running for 45mn, so far so good.
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April 15, 2018, 03:20:36 PM
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Started using this new miner.

Seems alright, slightly better than Claymore's.
Slightly better is good for me, thats an improvement, thanks
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April 15, 2018, 03:28:31 PM
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seems ok, but I encountered a problem, I use the remote manager of claymore, and works on everything, but with version 2.9e and only sees the AMD, the gtx says that they are not connected, instead turn quietly, you happen?

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Guys, both of you are having issues with math, or you're not aware of dual mining. Here's how it goes for me atm: Eth $28,43, Monero $30,22 and Dual Eth+XVG $34. This is real Eth+Xvg profit, not the one estimated by WTM on the number of coins you're "supposed" to get (which would be $37).
You're welcome =)

P.S: not sure why would someone use this solo miner at all, when dual is always more profitable, even with higher fees.

Please let me know which miner dual mines Eth+Xvg, its definitely not Claymore.
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April 15, 2018, 05:08:59 PM
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PhoenixMiner 2.9e is officially released.
The only reason why this miner is not running for more then a few days is because you guys keep releasing new versions!  Cheesy Cheesy

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April 15, 2018, 05:50:23 PM
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2.9e running for 45mn, so far so good.

Even with my weak GPU (out of 3), reported hashrate is 92,2MH/s. At the pool (nanopool), it's even better.
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April 15, 2018, 07:10:08 PM
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You mean 800-900 sols when your DUAL mining ?

your power usage increases , heat increases  for $1 more in coins earned Huh?

Solo mining RX580 = 290-330 sols depends on card


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14/04/2018 20:38:04   5714641   5716744   11.0   1.00946 ETC   0xfe5733d2...
14/04/2018 09:36:41   5712251   5714609   12.3   1.01330 ETC   0xd9515786...
13/04/2018 21:15:51   5709895   5712225   12.0   1.00760 ETC   0xb2615874...
13/04/2018 09:18:08   5707639   5709873   11.7   1.00323 ETC   0x406cc670...
12/04/2018 21:35:55   5705340   5707609   11.8   1.01310 ETC   0xed2e0ba5...
12/04/2018 09:45:51   5703085   5705311   11.4   1.00188 ETC   0x72bb42e8...
11/04/2018 22:20:37   5700660   5703070   12.1   1.01105 ETC   0xd34695e3...
11/04/2018 10:15:30   5697853   5700630   13.1   1.01013 ETC   0xa82ff52f...    <<--- one rig went down for 8 hours
10/04/2018 21:10:08   5695480   5697809   10.8   1.00804 ETC   0x65e2dcda...
10/04/2018 10:23:27   5693097   5695452   10.9   1.01070 ETC   0xaaa7cd58...
09/04/2018 23:28:24   5690677   5693065   11.2   1.00921 ETC   0x44a5ee88...
09/04/2018 12:16:50   5688227   5690651   11.2   1.00161 ETC   0x21ad7b91...
09/04/2018 01:04:36   5685695   5688200   11.9   1.00770 ETC   0x08bc6c6c...
08/04/2018 13:12:29   5683175   5685663   11.4   1.00608 ETC   0x1b3f959f...
08/04/2018 01:50:41   5680683   5683144   11.2   1.00509 ETC   0x3c30f7d4...
07/04/2018 14:37:21   5678117   5680643   11.8   1.00373 ETC   0x0b6b0ccb...
07/04/2018 02:51:09   5675466   5678098   12.2   1.00958 ETC   0x638aac5e...
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If you got math issues in roll in the nearest educational institute

thats my copy paste from eth classic as u can see I get 1etc every 11-12 hours that = to 2+ etc a day each worth $16 * 2  = $32+ a day or every 22-24 hours



Switched to Ether mining seems to make $41 a day or .07 ether in 24 hours

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April 15, 2018, 10:38:16 PM
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What are we still happy with phoenixminer 2.9.e the stale shares are back again, while it was with the 2.9 .d away the joy is so short-lived unfortunately.
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What are we still happy with phoenixminer 2.9.e the stale shares are back again, while it was with the 2.9 .d away the joy is so short-lived unfortunately.

I am going to guess its your system, I have less stale shares as well as fewer incorrect ones being generated. I will say its been only around 7 hrs so far. What cards and drivers are you running?

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What are we still happy with phoenixminer 2.9.e the stale shares are back again, while it was with the 2.9 .d away the joy is so short-lived unfortunately.

I am going to guess its your system, I have less stale shares as well as fewer incorrect ones being generated. I will say its been only around 7 hrs so far. What cards and drivers are you running?



Indeed the system, try re-installing your drivers.

I've been updating as the releases come out since 2.7c and to date 2.9d & 2.9e seem to stay under 0.10% in my case.

I'm using rx580 4 & 8Gb, one click patch, OC/UV done via Phoenix settings and running latest Adrenalin 18.2.3 feb 22.

Hope this helps, good luck.
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