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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 5.6d: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 670632 times)
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August 27, 2019, 06:03:28 PM
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so guys i have a question maybe someone could help me with please,  im running 13 cards   and for example i want to run some on  clkernal 3  and some on clkernal 2   how would i go about doing this?   thank you again for you time and any help at all
-clKernel 3,2,2,2,3 etc.

Thank you man very much
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August 28, 2019, 03:52:09 PM
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I'm getting these  errors with 4.5c on 8x p106 rig   :

NVAPI error in NvapiWrapper.c:445 : -6
Unable to load NvAPI: error 3
Eth: the pool list contains 1 pool (1 from command-line)
Eth: primary pool: eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444
Starting GPU mining
GPU1: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 65536
GPU2: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 131072
GPU3: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 262144
GPU4: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 327680
GPU5: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 393216
GPU6: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 458752
GPU7: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 524288
GPU8: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 589824

After these errors , Miner seems work like 4.2c  

Any idea ?


NVAPI error in NvapiWrapper.c:445 : -6
Unable to load NvAPI: error 3


Thanks for this message, I also have the same type of gtu 106 gpu cards. Also get the same message. Of course the phoenixminer dev should remedy this, I think in the next version.


- Download PhoenixMiner_4.5c_Windows and PhoenixMiner_NVRTC_Windows: https://mega.nz/#F!2VskDJrI!lsQsz1CdDe8x5cH3L8QaBw

- Then unzip NVRTC and copy both files (nvrtc-builtins64_80.dll and nvrtc64_80.dll) to the PhoenixMiner_4.5c directory.

That should solve the problem.  Cool
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August 29, 2019, 07:12:55 AM
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I'm getting these  errors with 4.5c on 8x p106 rig   :

NVAPI error in NvapiWrapper.c:445 : -6
Unable to load NvAPI: error 3
Eth: the pool list contains 1 pool (1 from command-line)
Eth: primary pool: eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444
Starting GPU mining
GPU1: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 65536
GPU2: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 131072
GPU3: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 262144
GPU4: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 327680
GPU5: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 393216
GPU6: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 458752
GPU7: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 524288
GPU8: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 589824

After these errors , Miner seems work like 4.2c  

Any idea ?


NVAPI error in NvapiWrapper.c:445 : -6
Unable to load NvAPI: error 3


Thanks for this message, I also have the same type of gtu 106 gpu cards. Also get the same message. Of course the phoenixminer dev should remedy this, I think in the next version.


- Download PhoenixMiner_4.5c_Windows and PhoenixMiner_NVRTC_Windows: https://mega.nz/#F!2VskDJrI!lsQsz1CdDe8x5cH3L8QaBw

- Then unzip NVRTC and copy both files (nvrtc-builtins64_80.dll and nvrtc64_80.dll) to the PhoenixMiner_4.5c directory.

That should solve the problem.  Cool


Problem still continues  after copying the dll files.
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August 29, 2019, 10:40:52 AM
Last edit: September 01, 2019, 08:09:19 AM by pr3fix
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I don't know then. For me, problem NVAPI error solved on Nvidia cards, by copying dll files. Do you mining ProgPow?
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September 03, 2019, 04:45:24 PM
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Same here as follows:

Code:
GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (pcie 8), CUDA cap. 6.1, 4 GB VRAM, 6 CUs

==>GeForce GTX 1050 Ti: CUDA error in CudaProgram.cu:407 : out of memory

   Windows 10 strikes again. It uses quite a bit of GPU VRAM for its own internal needs. Here is the list of possible solutions in order of increasing dificullty:
   * You have to add the following command-line options in order to minimize VRAM usage: -rvram -1 -eres 0
   * Usually Windows 10 grabs memory only from the GPU that is connected to a display, so connect your display (or the display plug) to the iGPU of the motherboard (if you are using Intel motherboard). On multi-GPU rigs, you can also put an old (unusable for mining) GPU and connect the display to it.
   * The heavy-duty solution is to switch to Linux but it has its own problems. This will buy you about 5-9 additional months of operation until the DAG grows too big to fit in 4 GB VRAM.

   Note for Linux users: the latest AMD Linux driver (19.30-855429) is not supported by PhoenixMiner 4.5c. For now, stick with 19.30-838629. We will release 4.6 shortly (in a week or two), and it will contain some goodies for Linux, including advanced hardware stats, and hardware control for AMD cards.


-rvram -1 -eres 0 ==> only last about a week not 5-9 additional months and is no longer working.
Please HELP!
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September 04, 2019, 01:39:54 PM
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hi,

any idea when 4.6 comes out ?

i really cant wait, this mem clock issue is driving me nuts.

thanks.
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September 04, 2019, 09:57:14 PM
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19.9.1 driver AMD released... People writes that on Navi good speed on eth with them...
Waiting miner update...
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September 05, 2019, 12:15:40 AM
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Sapphire Pulse RX 5700 XT running at 54.14MH drawing 105W from wall with 4.5c and AMD 19.9.1.
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Sapphire Pulse RX 5700 XT running at 54.14MH drawing 105W from wall with 4.5c and AMD 19.9.1.
But 4.5c didn't have full support of 19.9.1 drivers. On general kernels? With many rejected shares?
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September 05, 2019, 05:05:35 AM
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Sapphire Pulse RX 5700 XT running at 54.14MH drawing 105W from wall with 4.5c and AMD 19.9.1.
But 4.5c didn't have full support of 19.9.1 drivers. On general kernels? With many rejected shares?
No rejected shares atm, however, have an est stale share percentage of 12.49, has been running stable for close to 5 hours. I assume general kernels.
Cheers
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September 05, 2019, 07:10:49 AM
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Sapphire Pulse RX 5700 XT running at 54.14MH drawing 105W from wall with 4.5c and AMD 19.9.1.
But 4.5c didn't have full support of 19.9.1 drivers. On general kernels? With many rejected shares?
No rejected shares atm, however, have an est stale share percentage of 12.49, has been running stable for close to 5 hours. I assume general kernels.
Cheers
That's what I'm talking about - many stale shares with general kernels, caused by miner not support 19.9.1 drivers... Waiting miner update...
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September 05, 2019, 07:31:17 AM
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Sapphire Pulse RX 5700 XT running at 54.14MH drawing 105W from wall with 4.5c and AMD 19.9.1.

can you please share more info?
is the card bios moded? mem timings? undervolted ?

thanks.
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September 05, 2019, 08:13:14 AM
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 Hello

Default GPU index number  start with #1   in Phoneix miner.
How can I change is as #0

Efendiler, biz tekke ve zaviyeleri din düşmanı olduğumuz için değil; bilakis, bu tip yapılar din ve devlet düşmanı olduğu, Selçuklu ve Osmanlı'yı bu yüzden batırdığı için yasakladık. Çok değil, yüz yıla kalmadan, eğer bu sözlerime dikkat etmezseniz göreceksiniz ki bazı kişiler bazı cemaatlerle bir araya gelerek bizlerin din düşmanı olduğunu öne sürecek, sizlerin oyunu alarak başa geçecek ama sıra devleti bölüşmeye geldiğinde birbirine düşeceklerdir. Ayrıca, unutmayın ki o gün geldiğinde her bir taraf diğerini dinsizlikle suçlamaktan geri kalmayacaktır. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk  // ekiller en son neler yazmış : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=667791;sa=showPosts // İzle Düşün Anla : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYayX-CfvZM
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September 05, 2019, 01:26:40 PM
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There is a GitHub repository: https://github.com/Phoenix-Miner/PhoenixMiner/releases
Is this valid?

Latest Miner App - Get the latest mining software from official sources & receive update notifications
https://latest-miner.web.app ------ https://bitcointalk.org/?topic=5073731.0
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There is a GitHub repository: https://github.com/Phoenix-Miner/PhoenixMiner/releases
Is this valid?
  No, the only valid/official download link is the one in the first post of this thread. You can also check the integrity of a file downloaded from other place (as you should every time when you download program from Internet), using the checksums, provided in the first post.



 Hello

Default GPU index number  start with #1   in Phoneix miner.
How can I change is as #0
  There is no option to change it however if you use the legacy Claymore options, they will work as expected - i.e. with zero-based GPU indices. For example: -gpus 1 and -di 0 will have the same effect - will only enable mining on the first GPU. While we, as programmers, find the 0-based indices quite natural, most people don't and we prefer to keep the things simple whenever possible.


19.9.1 driver AMD released... People writes that on Navi good speed on eth with them...
Waiting miner update...
  The new version is coming within a few days. We are performing some additional tests with the new driver because it changed the behavior of Navi cards beyond the fixing of the TLB issue.


hi,

any idea when 4.6 comes out ?

i really cant wait, this mem clock issue is driving me nuts.

thanks.
  We will send you a PM as per your PM the problem won't be fixed by simply ignoring the VBIOS reported limits.


  Windows 10 strikes again. It uses quite a bit of GPU VRAM for its own internal needs. Here is the list of possible solutions in order of increasing dificullty:
   * You have to add the following command-line options in order to minimize VRAM usage: -rvram -1 -eres 0
   * Usually Windows 10 grabs memory only from the GPU that is connected to a display, so connect your display (or the display plug) to the iGPU of the motherboard (if you are using Intel motherboard). On multi-GPU rigs, you can also put an old (unusable for mining) GPU and connect the display to it.
   * The heavy-duty solution is to switch to Linux but it has its own problems. This will buy you about 5-9 additional months of operation until the DAG grows too big to fit in 4 GB VRAM.

   Note for Linux users: the latest AMD Linux driver (19.30-855429) is not supported by PhoenixMiner 4.5c. For now, stick with 19.30-838629. We will release 4.6 shortly (in a week or two), and it will contain some goodies for Linux, including advanced hardware stats, and hardware control for AMD cards.
-rvram -1 -eres 0 ==> only last about a week not 5-9 additional months and is no longer working.
Please HELP!
   Yes, these options won't buy you much time. We never said that - if you read the original message, the best solution is to use Linux, which doesn't hog GPU memory like Windows 10 does. However, we recognize that this may be quite impractical, especially if the machine is not a dedicated mining rig. So, your best bet is to either use the integrated GPU (if you are using an Intel CPU) as primary GPU (i.e. connected to a display), or "sacrifice" one of the GPUs and use it as primary GPU, and run the miner on the rest, which shouldn't be affected by the problem.


I'm getting these  errors with 4.5c on 8x p106 rig   :

NVAPI error in NvapiWrapper.c:445 : -6
Unable to load NvAPI: error 3
Eth: the pool list contains 1 pool (1 from command-line)
Eth: primary pool: eu1-etc.ethermine.org:4444
Starting GPU mining
GPU1: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 65536
GPU2: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 131072
GPU3: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 262144
GPU4: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 327680
GPU5: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 393216
GPU6: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 458752
GPU7: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 524288
GPU8: unable to init NvAPI with bus ID 589824

After these errors , Miner seems work like 4.2c  

Any idea ?
   The NVAPI error is caused by Nvidia drivers refusing to allow the overclocking interface (NVAPI) to work on your cards. Maybe a driver issue - we can't reproduce it here. You can try plugging a display in at least one of the Nvidia cards because the Nvidia drivers are known to throw a fit sometimes when no Nvidia card is actually connected to a display (or display plug). The lack of NVAPI support doesn't affect the mining but will disable the hardware control options like setting the clocks, power limits, etc.
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September 06, 2019, 07:18:50 AM
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19.9.1 driver AMD released... People writes that on Navi good speed on eth with them...
Waiting miner update...
  The new version is coming within a few days. We are performing some additional tests with the new driver because it changed the behavior of Navi cards beyond the fixing of the TLB issue.
Thanks for info! We'll wait.
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September 06, 2019, 12:56:26 PM
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I’m running 7x 1070s on Win 10 (1903) without any memory problems. 4.5c is rock-solid for me.
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I’m running 7x 1070s on Win 10 (1903) without any memory problems. 4.5c is rock-solid for me.

  Well they have 8 GB VRAM - you won't see any problems for many years with so much VRAM. The problems start with 4 GB cards because Windows 10 allocates a lot of video memory for its own needs (or so Microsoft says), and there is not enough free video memory left for the DAG file, which is about 3.3 GB for the ETC right now.
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  Windows 10 strikes again. It uses quite a bit of GPU VRAM for its own internal needs. Here is the list of possible solutions in order of increasing dificullty:
   * You have to add the following command-line options in order to minimize VRAM usage: -rvram -1 -eres 0
   * Usually Windows 10 grabs memory only from the GPU that is connected to a display, so connect your display (or the display plug) to the iGPU of the motherboard (if you are using Intel motherboard). On multi-GPU rigs, you can also put an old (unusable for mining) GPU and connect the display to it.
   * The heavy-duty solution is to switch to Linux but it has its own problems. This will buy you about 5-9 additional months of operation until the DAG grows too big to fit in 4 GB VRAM.

   Note for Linux users: the latest AMD Linux driver (19.30-855429) is not supported by PhoenixMiner 4.5c. For now, stick with 19.30-838629. We will release 4.6 shortly (in a week or two), and it will contain some goodies for Linux, including advanced hardware stats, and hardware control for AMD cards.
-rvram -1 -eres 0 ==> only last about a week not 5-9 additional months and is no longer working.
Please HELP!
   Yes, these options won't buy you much time. We never said that - if you read the original message, the best solution is to use Linux, which doesn't hog GPU memory like Windows 10 does. However, we recognize that this may be quite impractical, especially if the machine is not a dedicated mining rig. So, your best bet is to either use the integrated GPU (if you are using an Intel CPU) as primary GPU (i.e. connected to a display), or "sacrifice" one of the GPUs and use it as primary GPU, and run the miner on the rest, which shouldn't be affected by the problem.

Claymore miner comes to the rescue each time Phoenix miner having problems with 4GB cards.
The rest...still mining with Phoenix (8GB cards).
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September 08, 2019, 03:55:05 PM
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I used Claymore/Nanopool for almost 2 years. Recently switched to Phoenix/Ethermine and saw a 9% increase in mining speed. This was measured not by Mh/s, but by the timeframe of payouts. Phoenix is BY FAR the more stable and better performance miner.
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