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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 6.2c: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 784622 times)
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May 31, 2019, 09:31:11 AM
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Are you still sure Claymore is faster?
he is 100% correct, the new -strap settings in Claymore are the sh*t, i can mine 34.8 MH/s on my GTX 1070 with 105W. On PhoenixMiner it's about 33 MH/s.
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May 31, 2019, 09:46:18 AM
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How to use Temperature Throttling?

I am trying to use
-tt 1 -tstop 68 -tstart 55 -tmax 63


Only the tstop and tstart work. How do I make throttle work on tmax 63 ?

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May 31, 2019, 10:31:39 AM
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After Claymore last ver. 14.6 you are not the fastest eth miner. I've got 32,3 mh/sec vs 31,5 with phoenix (RX480, bc drivers ). Your next pace, dev)
Phoenix linux:
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GPU2:  PCI 0000:03:00, Radeon RX 580 8 GB - BIOS: 113-BE366EU-Z46, MEMINFO: SK Hynix H5GQ8H24MJR
GFXCLK: 1239Mhz, DPM: 3, MEMCLK: 2250Mhz, PWR:84W, VLT: 0.86v, FAN: 40%, GPU TEMP: 53C, ASIC TEMP: 56C
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GPUs: 1: 31.264 MH/s (174) 2: 31.489 MH/s (153) 3: 33.678 MH/s (181) 4: 31.826 MH/s (197)
Claymore linux:
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GPU2:  PCI 0000:03:00, Radeon RX 580 8 GB - BIOS: 113-BE366EU-Z46, MEMINFO: SK Hynix H5GQ8H24MJR
GFXCLK: 1239Mhz, DPM: 3, MEMCLK: 2250Mhz, PWR:85W, VLT: 0.86v, FAN: 40%, GPU TEMP: 54C, ASIC TEMP: 57C
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ETH: GPU0 30.479 Mh/s, GPU1 30.595 Mh/s, GPU2 33.614 Mh/s, GPU3 31.638 Mh/s
Are you still sure Claymore is faster?


Thats some really good Hynix memory you have over there. Is it maybe Sapphire RX580 Nitro SE?
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May 31, 2019, 11:04:01 AM
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After Claymore last ver. 14.6 you are not the fastest eth miner. I've got 32,3 mh/sec vs 31,5 with phoenix (RX480, bc drivers ). Your next pace, dev)
Phoenix linux:
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GPU2:  PCI 0000:03:00, Radeon RX 580 8 GB - BIOS: 113-BE366EU-Z46, MEMINFO: SK Hynix H5GQ8H24MJR
GFXCLK: 1239Mhz, DPM: 3, MEMCLK: 2250Mhz, PWR:84W, VLT: 0.86v, FAN: 40%, GPU TEMP: 53C, ASIC TEMP: 56C
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GPUs: 1: 31.264 MH/s (174) 2: 31.489 MH/s (153) 3: 33.678 MH/s (181) 4: 31.826 MH/s (197)
Claymore linux:
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GPU2:  PCI 0000:03:00, Radeon RX 580 8 GB - BIOS: 113-BE366EU-Z46, MEMINFO: SK Hynix H5GQ8H24MJR
GFXCLK: 1239Mhz, DPM: 3, MEMCLK: 2250Mhz, PWR:85W, VLT: 0.86v, FAN: 40%, GPU TEMP: 54C, ASIC TEMP: 57C
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ETH: GPU0 30.479 Mh/s, GPU1 30.595 Mh/s, GPU2 33.614 Mh/s, GPU3 31.638 Mh/s
Are you still sure Claymore is faster?


did you use RX Boost in Phoenix and Claymore?
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May 31, 2019, 11:42:55 AM
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It's not RX boost, thats how claymore calls it, its messing with refresh period of DRAM.
And yes, it has been "rxboost"-ed without Claymore and yes it is Sapphire nitro+ SE and no, its not better than normal nitros, just the timings are good Smiley

EDIT: Regarding NVIDIA optimizations the guy was talking - yes it is the only thing that can be better as of optimization of hardware, but not miner.

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May 31, 2019, 01:21:21 PM
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It's not RX boost, thats how claymore calls it, its messing with refresh period of DRAM.
And yes, it has been "rxboost"-ed without Claymore and yes it is Sapphire nitro+ SE and no, its not better than normal nitros, just the timings are good Smiley

EDIT: Regarding NVIDIA optimizations the guy was talking - yes it is the only thing that can be better as of optimization of hardware, but not miner.


Well, those cards (both Micron and Hynix versions) are rated at 2100 MHz memory instead usual 2000MHz, so I guessed
that even if its nominally same memory, maybe manufacturer handpicked better chips
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May 31, 2019, 02:23:12 PM
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It's not RX boost, thats how claymore calls it, its messing with refresh period of DRAM.
And yes, it has been "rxboost"-ed without Claymore and yes it is Sapphire nitro+ SE and no, its not better than normal nitros, just the timings are good Smiley

EDIT: Regarding NVIDIA optimizations the guy was talking - yes it is the only thing that can be better as of optimization of hardware, but not miner.


Well, those cards (both Micron and Hynix versions) are rated at 2100 MHz memory instead usual 2000MHz, so I guessed
that even if its nominally same memory, maybe manufacturer handpicked better chips
Illusion Smiley
Same memory, same clock capabilities, just factory overclocked and colored in blue Cheesy

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May 31, 2019, 04:01:25 PM
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After Claymore last ver. 14.6 you are not the fastest eth miner. I've got 32,3 mh/sec vs 31,5 with phoenix (RX480, bc drivers ). Your next pace, dev)
Phoenix linux:
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GPU2:  PCI 0000:03:00, Radeon RX 580 8 GB - BIOS: 113-BE366EU-Z46, MEMINFO: SK Hynix H5GQ8H24MJR
GFXCLK: 1239Mhz, DPM: 3, MEMCLK: 2250Mhz, PWR:84W, VLT: 0.86v, FAN: 40%, GPU TEMP: 53C, ASIC TEMP: 56C
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GPUs: 1: 31.264 MH/s (174) 2: 31.489 MH/s (153) 3: 33.678 MH/s (181) 4: 31.826 MH/s (197)
Claymore linux:
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GPU2:  PCI 0000:03:00, Radeon RX 580 8 GB - BIOS: 113-BE366EU-Z46, MEMINFO: SK Hynix H5GQ8H24MJR
GFXCLK: 1239Mhz, DPM: 3, MEMCLK: 2250Mhz, PWR:85W, VLT: 0.86v, FAN: 40%, GPU TEMP: 54C, ASIC TEMP: 57C
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ETH: GPU0 30.479 Mh/s, GPU1 30.595 Mh/s, GPU2 33.614 Mh/s, GPU3 31.638 Mh/s
Are you still sure Claymore is faster?


Thats some really good Hynix memory you have over there. Is it maybe Sapphire RX580 Nitro SE?
my micron 5x8 cards (sapphire nitro, se and normal) are doing 34.3mhs 1240/2250 @ 865mv
no mem errors nor incorrect shares
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May 31, 2019, 04:26:40 PM
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my micron 5x8 cards (sapphire nitro, se and normal) are doing 34.3mhs 1240/2250 @ 865mv
no mem errors nor incorrect shares
It really is possible and achievable but at the same time...unless bragging... I'm not sure why will I push them so much...
I'd rather prefer to not turn this thread into claymore vs others war and d*ck waving. Lets just pretend that everyone is happy Cheesy

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May 31, 2019, 05:13:34 PM
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my micron 5x8 cards (sapphire nitro, se and normal) are doing 34.3mhs 1240/2250 @ 865mv
no mem errors nor incorrect shares
It really is possible and achievable but at the same time...unless bragging... I'm not sure why will I push them so much...
I'd rather prefer to not turn this thread into claymore vs others war and d*ck waving. Lets just pretend that everyone is happy Cheesy

with latest updates Claymore has the same speed with nVidia as Phoenix.
Phoenix's AMD kernels are more "tweak-able" and are faster than Claymore's.
But Phoenix doesn't work as expected with latest 19.5.1 + drivers. We need an update
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Last edit: May 31, 2019, 05:51:21 PM by laik2
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my micron 5x8 cards (sapphire nitro, se and normal) are doing 34.3mhs 1240/2250 @ 865mv
no mem errors nor incorrect shares
It really is possible and achievable but at the same time...unless bragging... I'm not sure why will I push them so much...
I'd rather prefer to not turn this thread into claymore vs others war and d*ck waving. Lets just pretend that everyone is happy Cheesy

with latest updates Claymore has the same speed with nVidia as Phoenix.
Phoenix's AMD kernels are more "tweak-able" and are faster than Claymore's.
But Phoenix doesn't work as expected with latest 19.5.1 + drivers. We need an update
On the last part I agree, we need an update for both windows and linux latest drivers + I have contacted developer to add support for ROCm too. Lets hope they are busy doing it Smiley
PS: Some phoenixminer results for last.



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June 02, 2019, 12:03:29 AM
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After Claymore last ver. 14.6 you are not the fastest eth miner. I've got 32,3 mh/sec vs 31,5 with phoenix (RX480, bc drivers ). Your next pace, dev)
good to you , we dont care about your miner and your hashrate , i have 48.3 mh/s with all 580 8G , so Huh what s the point in your post ?! ROFL
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June 02, 2019, 02:45:42 AM
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After Claymore last ver. 14.6 you are not the fastest eth miner. I've got 32,3 mh/sec vs 31,5 with phoenix (RX480, bc drivers ). Your next pace, dev)
good to you , we dont care about your miner and your hashrate , i have 48.3 mh/s with all 580 8G , so Huh what s the point in your post ?! ROFL


sounds made up
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June 02, 2019, 09:26:25 AM
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After Claymore last ver. 14.6 you are not the fastest eth miner. I've got 32,3 mh/sec vs 31,5 with phoenix (RX480, bc drivers ). Your next pace, dev)
good to you , we dont care about your miner and your hashrate , i have 48.3 mh/s with all 580 8G , so Huh what s the point in your post ?! ROFL

Who authorized you to speak for all of us? Some of us are actually interested in all the info other people provide, as long as its honest
and not made up like yours
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June 02, 2019, 12:40:28 PM
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Are you still sure Claymore is faster?
he is 100% correct, the new -strap settings in Claymore are the sh*t, i can mine 34.8 MH/s on my GTX 1070 with 105W. On PhoenixMiner it's about 33 MH/s.

It depends on whether you can get the straps to actually work. A lot of people, including myself, have had a hard time getting the straps to run stable.

My rig crashes after about thirty minutes after having wildly fluctuating hashrates using the straps. All nvidia Gtx 1070's and 1060's. So until I figure that out, phoenixminer is faster and more stable.
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June 03, 2019, 01:59:01 AM
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June 03, 2019, 02:40:12 AM
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Phoenixminer 4.2c (Windows/Linux) added to https://www.minermonitoring.com/



Join our discord https://discord.gg/aGGaeqq



also, you can check the speed of the miner on different rigs using the benchmark page: https://minermonitoring.com/benchmark
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June 03, 2019, 09:30:06 AM
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Author disappeared...

This is not good.

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June 03, 2019, 09:39:24 AM
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Author disappeared...

LOL last time online was today. How you came to the conclusion that the author is disappeared?
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June 03, 2019, 11:08:17 AM
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hi guys
there is a problem with the miner mining cards with 8GB Samsung memory modded
it gives most of its shares as inncorrect shares but when using claymore its goes fine with no problem at all
have any one notice that and is there anysolution for it
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