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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 5.6d: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 663258 times)
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September 16, 2019, 04:42:28 PM
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With -clKernel 3 and new founded -gt parameter (it differs from -clKernel 1) you can gain about 0,7-1MH/s additional speed...
And I recommend to find -gt parameter for each card individually, not using the same for all cards. Best of it can be differ even on two equal cards. Each changing of cclock or mclock leads to new best -gt parameter, just check it...
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September 16, 2019, 04:50:42 PM
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With -clKernel 3 and new founded -gt parameter (it differs from -clKernel 1) you can gain about 0,7-1MH/s additional speed...
And I recommend to find -gt parameter for each card individually, not using the same for all cards. Best of it can be differ even on two equal cards. Each changing of cclock or mclock leads to new best -gt parameter, just check it...

Yeah that didn't help at all with my incorrect shares. I removed the -gt parameter so it does it automatically. I'm going back to -clKernel 1 for the moment. Perhaps that will help.
And it looks like I can remove the -acm since Compute Mode isn't needed for these cards.

-tt 58 -cvddc 750 -cclock 1300 -fanmin 0 -mclock 900 -amd -mode 1 -clKernel 1 -clNew 1 -openclLocalWork 64
Reduces my hashrate slightly and I'm 3 for 3 so far. It's been running for a couple of minutes and no incorrect shares.
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September 16, 2019, 05:03:16 PM
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   It is important to avoid using both the PhoenixMiner hardware control options and third party programs (e.g. Afterburner) at the same time. While we use the AMD provided API to do most of the hardware control and monitoring, most of these programs use lower-level undocumented access and doing both at the same time can lead to driver lock ups. Note that Afterburner must be completely closed, not only minimized to tray in order to stop interacting with the GPUs. Or, alternatively, you should use only Afterburner (or other third party program) and none of PhoenixMiner hardware control options.



Sure, I tried to use it separately, but the best option (at least for me) is the one that I put on the printscreen above.

0 Errors until now.

Thank you for your mining software!
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September 16, 2019, 05:24:58 PM
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With -clKernel 3 and new founded -gt parameter (it differs from -clKernel 1) you can gain about 0,7-1MH/s additional speed...
And I recommend to find -gt parameter for each card individually, not using the same for all cards. Best of it can be differ even on two equal cards. Each changing of cclock or mclock leads to new best -gt parameter, just check it...

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The option -clKernel 3 is ignored for GPU1
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September 17, 2019, 04:07:09 AM
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I have been playing around with these for most part of the day and started off by trying:
-tt 58 -cvddc 750 -cclock 1300 -fanmin 0 -mclock 900 -amd -acm -mi 12 -mode 1 -clKernel 3 -clNew 1 -clf 0 -lidag 1 -openclLocalWork 128 -openclGlobalMultiplier 4096
But I was getting between 30% to 50% incorrect shares.
I've tried slightly adjusting the -gt between 15 to 150 (even 0 or leaving it out completely) and it seemed to help slightly at ~115 but I was still experiencing a lot of incorrect shares.
Now... I've tried experimenting with -clKernel 3 but it always said that it was ignored.

I've tried:
-tt 58 -cvddc 750 -cclock 1300 -fanmin 0 -mclock 900 -amd -mode 1 -clKernel 3 -clNew 1 -openclLocalWork 64
Which seemed a little better but I was still getting between 5% incorrect shares (about 1 out of every 15-20) but I was only yielding ~56MH/s. Not too bad...

So then I remove the -openclLocalWork...
-tt 58 -cvddc 750 -cclock 1300 -fanmin 0 -mclock 900 -amd -mode 1 -clKernel 1 -clNew 1

I let this run for exactly 5 hours and 19 minutes.
Three XFX 5700 XT cards.
Accepted 318, Rejected 0, HW Errors 0
Averaging 52 MH/s for 156 MH/s combined and 277w combined (92w - 94w each)


You have to admit that these are very solid, stable and promising. Results of 52MH/s for 92w is 0.56MH/s per watt seems pretty efficient. Ideally I'd love to have a 500+MH/s Ethereum mining rig on a 1,000w PSU and I believe that it's achievable with these cards.




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September 17, 2019, 03:53:09 PM
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has anyone experienced a constantly decrease in hashrate 1070 and p104 cards? P104 drops hashrate from 40 to 39 in last 2-3months, same settings. Any workaround?
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September 17, 2019, 03:58:05 PM
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has anyone experienced a constantly decrease in hashrate 1070 and p104 cards? P104 drops hashrate from 40 to 39 in last 2-3months, same settings. Any workaround?

Hm. I have the same problem. Two 1070 cards of 6 have decreased its hasrate. I thought it is because these cards work much time. Nothing was changed in configuration files, MSI Afterburner was not updated, Phoeninx miner was not updated too.
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September 17, 2019, 05:10:26 PM
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has anyone experienced a constantly decrease in hashrate 1070 and p104 cards? P104 drops hashrate from 40 to 39 in last 2-3months, same settings. Any workaround?

Hm. I have the same problem. Two 1070 cards of 6 have decreased its hasrate. I thought it is because these cards work much time. Nothing was changed in configuration files, MSI Afterburner was not updated, Phoeninx miner was not updated too.


u need to increase by +150 the core of the 1070.... like power 108watt core +150 mem +550 should go to 31.2mh per card!!
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September 17, 2019, 05:45:07 PM
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has anyone experienced a constantly decrease in hashrate 1070 and p104 cards? P104 drops hashrate from 40 to 39 in last 2-3months, same settings. Any workaround?

Hm. I have the same problem. Two 1070 cards of 6 have decreased its hasrate. I thought it is because these cards work much time. Nothing was changed in configuration files, MSI Afterburner was not updated, Phoeninx miner was not updated too.


u need to increase by +150 the core of the 1070.... like power 108watt core +150 mem +550 should go to 31.2mh per card!!


what about power limit?
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September 17, 2019, 05:59:21 PM
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has anyone experienced a constantly decrease in hashrate 1070 and p104 cards? P104 drops hashrate from 40 to 39 in last 2-3months, same settings. Any workaround?

Hm. I have the same problem. Two 1070 cards of 6 have decreased its hasrate. I thought it is because these cards work much time. Nothing was changed in configuration files, MSI Afterburner was not updated, Phoeninx miner was not updated too.
Maybe it happens due to DAG size growing?
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September 17, 2019, 06:21:46 PM
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has anyone experienced a constantly decrease in hashrate 1070 and p104 cards? P104 drops hashrate from 40 to 39 in last 2-3months, same settings. Any workaround?

Hm. I have the same problem. Two 1070 cards of 6 have decreased its hasrate. I thought it is because these cards work much time. Nothing was changed in configuration files, MSI Afterburner was not updated, Phoeninx miner was not updated too.


u need to increase by +150 the core of the 1070.... like power 108watt core +150 mem +550 should go to 31.2mh per card!!


what about power limit?


power limit is 108watt
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September 18, 2019, 03:58:35 AM
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Performance Video in my testing so far: 481mh @ 1062w for a 8x 5700 XT rig. https://twitter.com/BitsBeTrippin/status/1174169921250631682

But probably going to settle for 474mh @ 1058, as few of the cards not showing 100% stability with settings. Once I see it clean for 24h will post how I got there in video.

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September 18, 2019, 05:37:23 AM
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Performance Video in my testing so far: 481mh @ 1062w for a 8x 5700 XT rig. https://twitter.com/BitsBeTrippin/status/1174169921250631682

But probably going to settle for 474mh @ 1058, as few of the cards not showing 100% stability with settings. Once I see it clean for 24h will post how I got there in video.
What about the 2 from 8 incorrect shares?
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September 18, 2019, 11:14:30 AM
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Performance Video in my testing so far: 481mh @ 1062w for a 8x 5700 XT rig. https://twitter.com/BitsBeTrippin/status/1174169921250631682

But probably going to settle for 474mh @ 1058, as few of the cards not showing 100% stability with settings. Once I see it clean for 24h will post how I got there in video.

Nice, it's more efficient that Vega VII unless the Vega runs at 0.8v, 75mh/s. Better price perf too. Never thought that can happen, since HBM has good power savings. I guess it's because the Rx 5700 can run at lower voltages, while the Vega need 0.9v for 90mh/s. So it's not savings due to architecture, but due to better core to mem bandwidth ratio, allowing for lower voltage.

It still has to run ProgPow competitively and ideally a few more algos like beam and mtp before I can consider getting it.
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September 18, 2019, 11:24:22 AM
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ProgPow just ended on startup

Code:
Phoenix Miner 4.6c Windows/msvc - Release build
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CUDA version: 10.0, CUDA runtime: 8.0
Available GPUs for mining:
GPU1: GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (pcie 1), CUDA cap. 6.1, 11 GB VRAM, 28 CUs
Nvidia driver version: 430.86
PP: the pool list contains 1 pool (1 from command-line)
PP: primary pool: progpow.mine.zergpool.com:3200
Starting GPU mining
PP: Connecting to progpow pool progpow.mine.zergpool.com:3200 (proto: Stratum)
GPU1: 35C 28% 17W
GPUs power: 17.4 W
PP: Connected to progpow pool progpow.mine.zergpool.com:3200 (103.249.70.7)
PP: Subscribed to progpow pool
Listening for CDM remote manager at port 3360 in read-only mode
PP: Worker xxx authorized
PP: New job #2d81e29b from progpow.mine.zergpool.com:3200; diff: 188MH
GPU1: Starting up... (0)
GPU1: Generating ethash light cache for epoch #20
Light cache generated in 2.9 s (6.3 MB/s)
GPU1: ProgPOW seed set to 20

Run as:
Code:
PhoenixMiner.exe -pool stratum+tcp://progpow.mine.zergpool.com:3200 -wal xxx -pass c=BTC,Test -proto 1 -cdmport 3360 -nvidia -coin bci

MindMiner - miner manager programm with autoswitch between Algos&Pools.
This isnt a fork based on MultiPoolMiner (Nemos, SniffDog, Mega, NPlus & etc)
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September 18, 2019, 04:00:30 PM
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Performance Video in my testing so far: 481mh @ 1062w for a 8x 5700 XT rig. https://twitter.com/BitsBeTrippin/status/1174169921250631682

But probably going to settle for 474mh @ 1058, as few of the cards not showing 100% stability with settings. Once I see it clean for 24h will post how I got there in video.

Hi and congrats! 

Share some settings for cards?
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September 18, 2019, 08:34:02 PM
Last edit: September 18, 2019, 08:49:38 PM by Bathmat
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I've noticed an issue where at least 1 of my RX5700 will crash after switching to ETC when mining on Nicehash. The crash happens after a few minutes (less than 10) and they will crash even if it's only a brief switch to ETC then back to ETH. Mining to a regular ETC pool does not have any issues. I've tried every config setting/flag I can think of to try to prevent it (-eres 0 -rvram -1 -lidag 0 through 3), and both drivers 19.9.1 and 19.9.2. This is using version 4.6c. Any other setting I should try?
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September 19, 2019, 09:27:45 AM
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has anyone experienced a constantly decrease in hashrate 1070 and p104 cards? P104 drops hashrate from 40 to 39 in last 2-3months, same settings. Any workaround?

Hm. I have the same problem. Two 1070 cards of 6 have decreased its hasrate. I thought it is because these cards work much time. Nothing was changed in configuration files, MSI Afterburner was not updated, Phoeninx miner was not updated too.

u need to increase by +150 the core of the 1070.... like power 108watt core +150 mem +550 should go to 31.2mh per card!!

Core settings does not change hashrate for ETH significally.
I use CV +0, PL 64, CC +0, MC +600 and have 31.6 per card. That was more then 1.5 year. But last month (may be less then 30 days) 2 cards have about 31. Only two cards. Other 4 cards still have 31.6. As I said, nothing was changed. So I think that these two cards have regression because work much time. Initially I have only 2 cards. Then I have added 4 cards. But for now I do not know which cards decreased their hashrate - these 2 old cards or others. With these settings I have about 730W.
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September 19, 2019, 01:45:24 PM
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After updating drivers from 19.9.1 to 19.9.2 miner won't start, claymore works fine.
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September 19, 2019, 03:03:52 PM
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After updating drivers from 19.9.1 to 19.9.2 miner won't start, claymore works fine.

Check that windows defender isn't blocking the process... that's what happened to me.
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