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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 6.2c: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 775965 times)
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June 21, 2019, 11:07:18 PM
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If you don't want to look through the log files, just use the "s" command while the miner is running then copy the output and put it into your config file. Whats in the log file is what is displayed in real time in the CMD window.
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June 22, 2019, 01:14:40 AM
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Thanks!

Are you planning on including the AMD Mem tweaker in the next release?
  For now - no, it works fine as free standalone program and we don't see much value in integrating it within the miner. However this may change in the future.


The one aspect of AMD Mem Tweaker that seems ideally suited to include is the new REF adjustment (aka rxboost in claymore).

It's just a single value so not too complex for the end user, it can offer substantial performance boosts, and unlike the memory timing adjustments it's not specific to any particular memory type.
It also acts independently of BIOS timing mods.
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June 22, 2019, 08:57:25 AM
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If you don't want to look through the log files, just use the "s" command while the miner is running then copy the output and put it into your config file. Whats in the log file is what is displayed in real time in the CMD window.

I am the co-developer of MultiPoolMiner (www.multiPoolMiner.io).
Unfortunately your approach is not an option... our software (and similar software based on the MPM core, e.g. NemosMiner, RainbowMiner) requires an all-automatic way with no user intervention.

Co-developer of www.nemosminer.com (http://www.nemosminer.com)
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June 22, 2019, 02:54:25 PM
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If you don't want to look through the log files, just use the "s" command while the miner is running then copy the output and put it into your config file. Whats in the log file is what is displayed in real time in the CMD window.

I am the co-developer of MultiPoolMiner (www.multiPoolMiner.io).
Unfortunately your approach is not an option... our software (and similar software based on the MPM core, e.g. NemosMiner, RainbowMiner) requires an all-automatic way with no user intervention.

Oh I did not know you was trying to integrate it into another system. Hmm...  I guess you would need some type of API to get the optimized -gt value and insert it into the config file for the next time it restart its automatically there. Is there any kind of way you can monitor the output of the miner and parse the -gt value and insert it into the config file?
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June 22, 2019, 03:53:14 PM
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If you don't want to look through the log files, just use the "s" command while the miner is running then copy the output and put it into your config file. Whats in the log file is what is displayed in real time in the CMD window.

I am the co-developer of MultiPoolMiner (www.multiPoolMiner.io).
Unfortunately your approach is not an option... our software (and similar software based on the MPM core, e.g. NemosMiner, RainbowMiner) requires an all-automatic way with no user intervention.

Oh I did not know you was trying to integrate it into another system. Hmm...  I guess you would need some type of API to get the optimized -gt value and insert it into the config file for the next time it restart its automatically there. Is there any kind of way you can monitor the output of the miner and parse the -gt value and insert it into the config file?

>> Is there any kind of way you can monitor the output of the miner and parse the -gt value and insert it into the config file?

MultiPoolMiner controls the start and stop process of the miner. So it can read data from the API (or from the log) before stopping the miner and store the config data for re-use on later runs.
But to scan the logs does not seem to be right way. Retrieving it from API data should be the way to go.

Co-developer of www.nemosminer.com (http://www.nemosminer.com)
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June 23, 2019, 07:22:22 AM
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June 24, 2019, 01:06:40 AM
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Just started today, system crashed, try restarting first thing that pops up "No CUDA drivers installed"

Anyone else system crash today?
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June 24, 2019, 07:35:24 PM
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I have a few nVidia 1080Ti mining the ETH. I noticed the hash rate decreased about 5% in the last few months. Is it due to the DAG file size similar to old AMD cards?
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June 24, 2019, 10:09:24 PM
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I have a few nVidia 1080Ti mining the ETH. I noticed the hash rate decreased about 5% in the last few months. Is it due to the DAG file size similar to old AMD cards?
Did you tried other miners?
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June 25, 2019, 06:39:47 AM
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I have a few nVidia 1080Ti mining the ETH. I noticed the hash rate decreased about 5% in the last few months. Is it due to the DAG file size similar to old AMD cards?

I heard something about the same problem as the older AMD cards, but it should not be as much as AMD. And only Pascal GPU´s, but i am not sure.


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June 25, 2019, 02:59:08 PM
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I have a few nVidia 1080Ti mining the ETH. I noticed the hash rate decreased about 5% in the last few months. Is it due to the DAG file size similar to old AMD cards?
you are complaining about 5% drop in the hash rate while there are other coins that you can mine with your 1080ti that are nearly 100% more profitable than ETH   Roll Eyes Huh
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June 25, 2019, 06:52:51 PM
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there are other coins that you can mine with your 1080ti that are nearly 100% more profitable than ETH
Name one.
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June 25, 2019, 07:27:24 PM
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Name one.

check this out
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1940567.0

or do your own research using https://whattomine.com/  or other similar sites
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June 25, 2019, 10:29:25 PM
Last edit: June 25, 2019, 10:44:35 PM by Bigdrago
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Does it work with radeon 19.6.2 drivers?
What is the difference between -tt and -tmax ? Usind amd 570 nitro+
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June 25, 2019, 11:05:35 PM
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Does it work with radeon 19.6.2 drivers?
It will work, but with not max speed and can give many rejected shares. Full support up to 19.4.3 AMD driver.
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June 26, 2019, 01:31:56 PM
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Hello
Recently built 2 rigs using this software. They are 6 AMD sapphire nitro+ rx580. No bios mod, overclocked enough to get 182 MH/s and no rejected shares. Using latest AMD drivers 19.6.2. The first one is working perfectly fine and mining properly with no problems, but the second one, despite having a good hashrate, is not very stable and crash after few hours (phoenixminer.exe stopped working). First one mining ETH and second one ETC. Anyone having any ideas why is this happening ?
current config.txt file (basically the same for the 2):

-pool eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444
-wal XXXXXXXX.rig2
-proto 3
-cmd 2
-gt 12
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June 26, 2019, 01:41:27 PM
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Hello
Recently built 2 rigs using this software. They are 6 AMD sapphire nitro+ rx580. No bios mod, overclocked enough to get 182 MH/s and no rejected shares. Using latest AMD drivers 19.6.2. The first one is working perfectly fine and mining properly with no problems, but the second one, despite having a good hashrate, is not very stable and crash after few hours (phoenixminer.exe stopped working). First one mining ETH and second one ETC. Anyone having any ideas why is this happening ?
current config.txt file (basically the same for the 2):

-pool eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444
-wal XXXXXXXX.rig2
-proto 3
-cmd 2
-gt 12


I had one gpu like that. Was a bit flaky at higher temps..also randomly dropping hashrate. I took it out of the rig and all is stable.. run that one card on a gpu benchmark like superposition and see if they are similar in results. I found I had a 15% difference - card was therefore faulty..sent it back
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June 26, 2019, 01:51:07 PM
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Does it work with radeon 19.6.2 drivers?
It will work, but with not max speed and can give many rejected shares. Full support up to 19.4.3 AMD driver.

Lol?
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June 26, 2019, 01:54:36 PM
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Does it work with radeon 19.6.2 drivers?
It will work, but with not max speed and can give many rejected shares. Full support up to 19.4.3 AMD driver.

Lol?
What you mean?
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June 26, 2019, 02:03:21 PM
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Hello
Recently built 2 rigs using this software. They are 6 AMD sapphire nitro+ rx580. No bios mod, overclocked enough to get 182 MH/s and no rejected shares. Using latest AMD drivers 19.6.2. The first one is working perfectly fine and mining properly with no problems, but the second one, despite having a good hashrate, is not very stable and crash after few hours (phoenixminer.exe stopped working). First one mining ETH and second one ETC. Anyone having any ideas why is this happening ?
current config.txt file (basically the same for the 2):

-pool eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444
-wal XXXXXXXX.rig2
-proto 3
-cmd 2
-gt 12


I had one gpu like that. Was a bit flaky at higher temps..also randomly dropping hashrate. I took it out of the rig and all is stable.. run that one card on a gpu benchmark like superposition and see if they are similar in results. I found I had a 15% difference - card was therefore faulty..sent it back

All the GPUs i have on this rigs are perfectly stable, the hashrate is very stable (it's about a -+ 0.1 Mh/s evolution with time). I don't think this is hardware, because it's not giving me any sign of hardware malfunction (memory errors, incorrect shares,...). The temps on the cards are also nice (max 60°C or 140°F).
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