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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 4.7c: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 204391 times)
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June 01, 2018, 01:51:04 PM
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With -gsi 30, my reported hashrate on the nanopool is much lower than miner window.. please fix it.


why is the -gt ?? option has no effect whatsoever on the mining result hashrate on the Nvidia GPUs, everything for amd and for nvidia gpus niks.al you do not put anything on the start.bat if you press S is standard on -gt 15. people best solution for the -GSI 0 and the -minrigspeed certainly 40 or 50 lower put due to startup rig, unfortunately on the pool lower report hashrate but there is currently nothing to do until version 3.0c comes out.


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June 01, 2018, 04:33:17 PM
Last edit: June 01, 2018, 10:38:06 PM by grenwolde
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have been trying to use Phoenix on one of my small rigs -- keep getting a variety of cuda errors sometimes including illegal instruction -- with the miner crashing right after start -- it also now has decided not to write logfiles so i don't know what the problem is now -- running win 10  with 4gig ddr3 with  2-1060 3gb 2-1060 6gb 2 r9 280x and 1 rx570 8gb -- currently using claymore with no issues.  Have increased the virtual memory to 60 gig from 30 gig added the -log 2 commands -- still crashes right away -- any suggestions would be appreciated.  The rig is really just a spare parts rig -- but hashes quite well.

ok turns out part of this is win 10 -- lets just say it sucks .

The cuda errors are still happening will run for 20 minutes and then will crash -- running on ubq so dag shoud not be an issue -- cards are overclocked but not by much -- did try it with stock and same thing happens
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June 01, 2018, 04:40:11 PM
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any plans on doing dual?.

Dual mining is dead. XVG just got attacked again. Sia and decred are owned by ASICs...For dual mining, there is claymore. I hope Phoenix won't do the mistake to implement dual mining.


Whoever introduces ethash/zilliqa dual mining first, will make great job

Zilliqa is which algo?


Its very unique (they call whole thing "sharding" instead "mining"), and its partially based on ethash
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June 01, 2018, 10:19:15 PM
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Reading all the posts regarding dual mining (dead atm IMO).... I wonder if it was possible to mine ethash (memory is everything, core almost doesn't matter) alongside x16r (core is everything, memory almost doesn't matter).... any thoughts?

Imagine that.. both algos largely asic-resistant..... a gpu miner's dream come true... if any1 comes up with it, yeah it would really push the gpus to the limit, BUT it would be a killer thing even if both algos ran at 80% of there solo performance/efficiency.
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June 02, 2018, 12:26:32 AM
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Sorry if this is a stupid request, but would it be possible to add a feature for naming gpu's?  I know you can re-number them, but custom alphanumeric naming might help me take out some frustration on poorly performing cards. Tongue
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June 02, 2018, 12:54:04 AM
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Running 18 AMD cards across 2 rigs.

1x rig using 3.0a and i have a 1 MH increase from 2.9e.  It is now the same hashrate as claymore 11.6.   Running at 277.6 across 9 cards. Cards are 3x MSI rx 570 gaming x, 2x rx 580 Nitro+, 3x rx 570 pulse and 1x MSI rx 570 armor.
2.9e GT was set at 17 across the board.

RUnning auto-tuned GT.
Stable for 24 hours now.

1x rig just started running 3.0b upgraded from 2.9e with random cards between MSI gaming X, armor, powercolor, xfx and asus.  .3 MH increased from 276.1 to 276.4 but the hashrate bounces around alot more with averages coming to the same as 276.1.  Auto tuned GT.

2.9e GT was set at 14 across the board.
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June 02, 2018, 12:54:41 AM
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Can anyone explain the time value circled:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/4nnsa2aii9bvb41/mine.jpg?dl=0

The time value below it is the uptime for the miner, but I do not understand what the time value for the pool represents.
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June 02, 2018, 02:42:32 AM
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Can anyone explain the time value circled:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/4nnsa2aii9bvb41/mine.jpg?dl=0

The time value below it is the uptime for the miner, but I do not understand what the time value for the pool represents.

When pool disconnects, miner begins new timer. That's your new time count since that or other event occurred. Current total time still ticking. At least, that's how I understand it.
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June 02, 2018, 04:34:19 AM
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Possible feature request.

How does PM handle the auto-tune settings? Are they “remembered” in any way? Or do you waste 5-10mins of sub optimal hashrates at the beginning of every time you start the miner?

If they aren’t remembered, maybe you could have the miner auto-append the config.txt or the start.bat file with the optimized gt values? That way you won’t have to auto-tune when simply re-running the miner.
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June 02, 2018, 06:09:53 AM
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Or do you waste 5-10mins of sub optimal hashrates at the beginning of every time you start the miner?
How often do you restart your miner?
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June 02, 2018, 06:53:48 AM
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Or do you waste 5-10mins of sub optimal hashrates at the beginning of every time you start the miner?
How often do you restart your miner?

That’s irrelevant to my question.

At the very least it’s useful to know what values the auto tuning settled on
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June 02, 2018, 08:12:32 AM
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Once it finds the proper settings - you can copy them to your startup parameters.
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June 02, 2018, 10:51:46 AM
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1:Nvidia GPUs)
  -gt <n> Set the GPU tuning parameter (8 to 400). The default is 15. You can change the
          tuning parameter interactively with the '+' and '-' keys in the miner's console window (DONT WORK ON NVIDIA) + and - klik get a notification working at amd.


2:-gswin <n> GPU stats time window (5-30 sec; default: 15; use 0 to revert to pre-2.8 way of showing momentary stats) I've put it -gswin 0 but do not see any difference on the screen I use NVIDIA GPU
does anyone know what this gwin is for?

3:-gsi to set the speed stats interval (5-30 seconds, default 5; 0 turns off the speed stats). The detailed stats are still shown every 45 seconds and aren't affected by the -gsi value
I have put the -gsi 10 but see 4MH lower on the 5 minutes AVG -gsi 15 of course even lower and on -gsi 0 it is completely wrong solution temporarily -minrigspeed much lower than normal otherwise the Rig starts every time again




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June 02, 2018, 12:45:58 PM
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Possible feature request.

How does PM handle the auto-tune settings? Are they “remembered” in any way? Or do you waste 5-10mins of sub optimal hashrates at the beginning of every time you start the miner?

If they aren’t remembered, maybe you could have the miner auto-append the config.txt or the start.bat file with the optimized gt values? That way you won’t have to auto-tune when simply re-running the miner.

Bring up the stats and copy the -gt parameter into your start file for next time.
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June 02, 2018, 02:09:12 PM
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GPU3: unable to get fan speed - Unknown Error (999),what is the problem, the driver 390.65,PhoenixMiner_3.0b?Huh?
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June 02, 2018, 02:48:27 PM
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hI!

Anybody know how to mining Daggerhashimoto in Nicehash? Because if Nicehash "send" an small DAG it works at 22-23Mh but when goes to mining ethereum, drop to 8-9Mh.

Thanks.
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June 02, 2018, 03:07:37 PM
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GPU3: unable to get fan speed - Unknown Error (999),what is the problem, the driver 390.65,PhoenixMiner_3.0b?Huh?

your settings overclocking program set a bit lower, then it is solved.

And use the latest driver NVIDIA  GeForce Game Ready Driver Version 397.93 - WHQL





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June 02, 2018, 03:15:29 PM
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GPU3: unable to get fan speed - Unknown Error (999),what is the problem, the driver 390.65,PhoenixMiner_3.0b?Huh?
Hi! and Welcome to the club.
I've search a little bit on the internet and there are a lot of people with this error and  you will have also the nvlddmkm error event id 14 if you look in logs on windows.
Just a short history and why I think it's not the OC the principal issue because there are some with this issue without OC....

1. before Phoenix I've run with Claymore (my brother still use Claymore 11.6 and we have the same GPU's - 1070 G1 Gaming - Micron memory)
Short description on 1070 G1 Gaming OC
Claymore 11.6 - TDP 60%, 0 CC, +800 Memory with Afterburner and it's working flawlessly for weeks without a crash - 226 Mh/s for 7 GPUs 
Phoenix Miner - TDP 60%, -150CC, +780 Memory with Afterburner and it's working like 2-5 days and then restart - 230.1 Mh/s for 7 GPUs
I've lost days from my life to search about this issue and how to solve the problem ...
If you look on nvidia forum it's full of people with this issue and they are not mining, no OC...

2. I have 2 RGIs, same setup and same hardware (TDP 60%, -150CC, +780 Memory, Phoenix Miner 2.9e)
1st RIG - windows 10 1709 (10.0.16299.400 and something..460/462... :?) / nvidia 391.35 - 230.1 Mh and no problem with error 999, working ok.
On the second RIG was funny, windows 1803 and couple of drivers ... no way, restart after 20 min so I've choose to install again 1709, a version with January updates...just what I've found.

I've tried to:
- increase the virtual memory
- different drivers (5 or 6 drivers.... :@)
- something with replace of nvlddmkm.sy_ and use this command "EXPAND.EXE nvlddmkm.sy_ nvlddmkm.sys" (search on google)
- TdrDelay in registry (also search on google)
- bios update fo MB
- disable SLI
- prefer maximum power (nvidia inspector)
- DSR factor x2 in nvidia control panel ... something what I've found on google for mining... I don't know if it's important or not but trust me...you will try everything just to get rid of that error Smiley)))

At the end, after 2 days of pain...find on geforce forum something about driver 387.92 to be the solution to nvlddmkm.sys error.

2nd RIG - windows 10 1709 (10.0.16299.192) / driver 387.92 / same overclock settings (60%/-150/+780) - run for 10-11 hours (I was happy finally!!!!) and after that the error appear again, no restart after another 2-3 hours but I wanted to try another driver.

Now, I'm on the same track but with and oldest driver (384.76), the driver from the Gigabyte website and install just the driver without hd audio, gf experinece, psysX, etc...and wait to see how it's working.
With other drivers I have the error from the begging, after 5-10 min of running... I'm sure it's something with windows and nvidia drivers.

What it's very strange ... it's ok on Claymore with +800 memory and working for weeks but I have this error with Phoenix even on +750...

Another problem, on the other rig it's working very well with 391.35, I have a restart after 3-4 days but...it's ok, I can lower the OC but I don't have that error.

I'm still searching how to solve this.

Regards.

 
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June 02, 2018, 03:26:44 PM
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1060 6g, PO2 off
samsung
core 1493, memory 4677.825 mv 24.909 MH / s monitor
core 1468, memory 4704,825 mv 25.139 MH / s
core 1468, memory 4704,825 mv 25.122 MH / s
core 1480, memory 4704,825 mv 25.123 MH / s
core 1480, memory 4704,825 mv 25.143 MH / s
micron
core 1493, memory 4579.825 mv 24.491 MH / s
What can I add or reduce?
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June 02, 2018, 03:55:25 PM
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Just tried 3.0b and the first time I launched it my gtx 1080 started mining at 42mh when the best I could get before was 37mh. I reset my PC and now I'm back to 37mh, any idea how I could get the 42mh back?

I have proof, see card #3 here:
https://imgur.com/Frd4ebK
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