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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 4.9c: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 219970 times)
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January 02, 2020, 07:17:32 AM
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I've tried 4.9b now with driver 19.12.3 and it says unknown openCL driver and hangs when mining about 15 seconds (totaly freeze, cut the power is the only solution)
Reverted back to 19.9.2 driver and it mines at about 20 minutes, then hang and reboots itself. About 0,3% better hashrate than 4.7c (cant use 4.8c at all)

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Hardware:
Motherboard: Asus B250 Mining Expert
CPU: i5 6500
RAM: 8gb
Virual memory: 64gb
Gpu's (in order in miner): RX470,RX470,RX580,RX580,Vii,RX470,RX470,RX470,RX580,RX470

Conf for cards:
-cclock 1240,1240,1250,1250,1830,1240,1240,1240,1220,1240
-mclock 2150,2150,2150,2150,1030,2150,2150,2150,2120,2150
-cvddc 930,890,890,930,970,890,930,900,950,900
-mvddc 935,900,910,930,950,900,930,900,950,900
-clKernel 1
-mi 14
-amd
-acm
-cdm 2

Is it something there that's not compatible with 4.9b?

Edit: over an hour now with 4.9b without issues. 19.9.2 driver, still can't use 19.12.3.
On RX 580 8Gb cards 4.9b works fine with 19.12.3 driver.
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January 03, 2020, 03:41:56 AM
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The crash seems completely random, anywhere from 3 to 10 min, most of the time the system will restart and the miner will run from autostart, but sometimes the miner just won't run even after the system restart. There are no error messages, I have checked all log files and everything just seem to be running normal than "CRASH", system restart. My rig was running without a hiccup for weeks on end somewhere before the 4.8 release, now it can't even stay on for more than 10 minute at a time.


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January 03, 2020, 06:40:23 AM
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The crash seems completely random, anywhere from 3 to 10 min, most of the time the system will restart and the miner will run from autostart, but sometimes the miner just won't run even after the system restart. There are no error messages, I have checked all log files and everything just seem to be running normal than "CRASH", system restart. My rig was running without a hiccup for weeks on end somewhere before the 4.8 release, now it can't even stay on for more than 10 minute at a time.


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The size of DAG allways increase steps by 8Mb every time. And every time when it grows up it's need more vmemory.
And you must remember that all equipment wears. PSU, GPU chips, vmemory chips... All these equip can degradate with time cause to 24/7 work on close to 100% using.
Try to raise voltages on GPU's and mvddc a bit and check.
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January 03, 2020, 08:14:09 PM
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Is is normal to have different hashrate for eth and etc? Nvidia gpus. Difference is about 2.5% more when mining ethereum. 4.8c version.
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January 03, 2020, 10:13:44 PM
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Is is normal to have different hashrate for eth and etc? Nvidia gpus. Difference is about 2.5% more when mining ethereum. 4.8c version.

why there is a difference with the same config eth mining and etc 3% difference is nobody understands
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January 03, 2020, 10:34:34 PM
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Hello dev PM why is there not even a new version with a big change HuhHuh??
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January 03, 2020, 10:48:57 PM
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Is is normal to have different hashrate for eth and etc? Nvidia gpus. Difference is about 2.5% more when mining ethereum. 4.8c version.

why there is a difference with the same config eth mining and etc 3% difference is nobody understands
because of different DAG size.
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January 04, 2020, 06:51:06 AM
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Is is normal to have different hashrate for eth and etc? Nvidia gpus. Difference is about 2.5% more when mining ethereum. 4.8c version.

why there is a difference with the same config eth mining and etc 3% difference is nobody understands
Try to make autotune both on one and another. I think best -gt parameters will differ.
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January 06, 2020, 01:35:11 AM
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здpaвcтвyйтe, y кoгo-нибyдь пoлyчилocь зaпycтить PhoenixMiner 4.8c нa Windows 7? Пpи зaпycкe мaйнep вылeтaeт c oшибкoй amdocl64.dll кoд c0000005, в лoгe виднo чтo этo пpoиcxoдит пpи пoпыткe гeнepaции DAG. Bидeoкapтa RX 570. Дpaйвepa пepeпpoбoвaл вce(((

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Hello, did anyone manage to run PhoenixMiner 4.8c on Windows 7? At startup, the miner crashes with the error amdocl64.dll code c0000005, the log shows that this happens when trying to generate DAG. Video card RX 570. I tried everything drivers(((
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January 06, 2020, 01:13:53 PM
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Hello, did anyone manage to run PhoenixMiner 4.8c on Windows 7? At startup, the miner crashes with the error amdocl64.dll code c0000005, the log shows that this happens when trying to generate DAG. Video card RX 570. I tried everything drivers(((

Virtual memory, how much?
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January 06, 2020, 04:26:39 PM
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Hello, did anyone manage to run PhoenixMiner 4.8c on Windows 7? At startup, the miner crashes with the error amdocl64.dll code c0000005, the log shows that this happens when trying to generate DAG. Video card RX 570. I tried everything drivers(((

Virtual memory, how much?

i set 16GB, 32Gb, 48Gb, no result. Computer with 1 card rx570 4gb
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January 06, 2020, 04:41:18 PM
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I think 4GB card is almost obsolete for mining because increase of dag, not 100% sure but...
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January 06, 2020, 04:56:26 PM
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I think 4GB card is almost obsolete for mining because increase of dag, not 100% sure but...
no, dag size eth 3,5gb. These cards work without problems on Windiws 10, but do not want to work on Windows 7. Problem in the program
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January 06, 2020, 04:57:12 PM
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i set 16GB, 32Gb, 48Gb, no result. Computer with 1 card rx570 4gb

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working just fine
use linux distro or try windows 10 ltsc

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January 06, 2020, 05:33:45 PM
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i set 16GB, 32Gb, 48Gb, no result. Computer with 1 card rx570 4gb

ubuntu 18.04
sapphire rx 570 4gb pulse
working just fine
use linux distro or try windows 10 ltsc

I know that they work on Windows 10. The task is to run it on Windows 7, since Windows 10 reserves video memory and does not allow people to use 4GB of memory. -benchmark 352 is the maximum era on which a 4GB graphics card works in Windows 10, and a DAG file is only 3.75Gb
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January 06, 2020, 10:06:12 PM
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Hi, PhoenixMiner!
Merry Christmas and Happy new year!  Cheesy

It seems that Nvidia kernel optimizations for lower power consumption no longer work for last DAG epochs so it is needed to increase core clock or PL again and again to get the same hashrate.
Please take a look if it can be done again.
btw, 440 series nvidia drivers are greatly optimized in terms of irq/queue performance, producing twice less LA on heavy gpu usage. and new cuda 10.2 also.

Next problem - when mining is resumed after reaching tstop/tstart gpu quite often get stuck after few such cycles. Can resuming be done more smooth from low intensity and step by step increasing to target?
Also intensity can be reduced in advance when getting close to tstop temp.

And what about gt auto-tuning not from 0, but from defined gt values? it will take much less time and be more accurate. so there will be no need to set exact values every time oveclocking is changed for one of gpus.
it can be a problem as auto-tuning runs after each stop/resume cycle and can take longer than reaching tstop temp again)


Thanks in advance!
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January 06, 2020, 11:27:53 PM
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Anyone else suspect the devs of stealing hashes? I'm seeing about a 12% loss when using Phoenixminer vs Claymore. I would suspect a 5% deviation across all miners from what's being reported locally vs what's being reported on the mining server, but 12% with just phoenixminer seems suspicious.
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January 06, 2020, 11:34:03 PM
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SAme thing on my multi-gpu rigs have 2 of them one is 8 nvidia 1070's+ 4 rx580's the other is 8 nvidia 2070's and 5 rx580's both seem to crash randomly... both using the asrock htc+ mining mb, oddly enough I have had a straight nvidia 1070 rig with 8 mining fine that never stops, it seems something to do with mixed rig is causing the crash. One important note though from phoneixminer 4.5c and before I had ZERO problems both these rigs would run fine for weeks. I even lowered my clocks and tried all that seems random sometimes they run for hours and then crash to a desktop, not noticing much freezing though with 4.9b. And no its not a power issue both have dual 1300 watt psu's and only use 1300-1400 watts... Any help appreciated.
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January 07, 2020, 10:35:08 AM
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здpaвcтвyйтe, y кoгo-нибyдь пoлyчилocь зaпycтить PhoenixMiner 4.8c нa Windows 7? Пpи зaпycкe мaйнep вылeтaeт c oшибкoй amdocl64.dll кoд c0000005, в лoгe виднo чтo этo пpoиcxoдит пpи пoпыткe гeнepaции DAG. Bидeoкapтa RX 570. Дpaйвepa пepeпpoбoвaл вce(((
Кaкoй cмыcл иcпoльзoвaть Bин 7?. Ecть pиг нa 5 шт Asus RX474. B Bин 10 paбoтaют чeткo.
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January 07, 2020, 12:48:07 PM
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здpaвcтвyйтe, y кoгo-нибyдь пoлyчилocь зaпycтить PhoenixMiner 4.8c нa Windows 7? Пpи зaпycкe мaйнep вылeтaeт c oшибкoй amdocl64.dll кoд c0000005, в лoгe виднo чтo этo пpoиcxoдит пpи пoпыткe гeнepaции DAG. Bидeoкapтa RX 570. Дpaйвepa пepeпpoбoвaл вce(((
Кaкoй cмыcл иcпoльзoвaть Bин 7?. Ecть pиг нa 5 шт Asus RX474. B Bин 10 paбoтaют чeткo.

У мeня тoжe paбoтaeт, нo windows 10 peзepвиpyeт чacть видeo пaмять и нe дaёт иcпoльзoвaть вce 4гб, нa эфиpe вcё этo бyдeт paбoтaть дo 352 эпoxи (3.75Гб), мaй - июнь. A в Windows 7 вpoдe тaкoгo нeт, вoт и xoчy пoпpoбoвaть
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