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August 01, 2020, 01:35:39 AM
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Got a problem when use in SMOS, I set core clock at 1120 but some rigs only down to 1167 or else.
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PhoenixMiner is 0.65% and Ethermine 1% fees
A simple question that I need to answer.
there additional fees \ cost when I use SSL connection by PhoenixMiner ?
 
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PhoenixMiner is 0.65% and Ethermine 1% fees
A simple question that I need to answer.
there additional fees \ cost when I use SSL connection by PhoenixMiner ?
 

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Options to control overclocking and overvoltage in PM is the same as in CM. F.e. -cclock -1200 -mclock 2000.
Just read the readme file on the PM miner folder.
Don't be lazy, read it. Mining does not tolerate laziness.
If you didn't place any options to control clocks and voltages, PM wouldn't touch these parameters at all.

Thanks for answer mate, but looks like you didnt read my question? Smiley

I dont use overclocking and voltage controle via MINERS (ex. Claymore or Phoenix), i use it with OverDrivenTool and it works perfect for 3+ years.

My question was:

If i have only basic config in Phoenix miner, why does he control my fan speed and other overclocking settings? When i enter OverDrivenTools, the interface shows me current settings used by miner, and not the once i have choose.
I need help to turn this off, i want my miner cfg to be basic, only pool, wallet and worker name, other settings (Overclocking and etc) i will settup with OverDrivenTool, thats all Smiley

Also, I did read the readme file ofc, fast enough yeah, and one more time again, but probably will do it many times more Smiley
If u know the short story-answer, pls help.

Short story answer is use Claymore  Cool

I was using it for 3+ years, but 2days ago 4gb 580 and 570 sapphire stop working, not enough memory to create dag.
I still have working 4gb rigs on Claymore, but if i stop them, and restart only miner, it will not create DAG again,

Do u have solution for working 4gb rigs with Claymore? I have enabled IGPU, -eres 0 or 1 dont work anymore...

so...

so i tryed Phoenix, and it works...for 4GB - but even when i dont put any command line in miner_start (not even -tt), the new drivers are in control of my fan speed (but it doesnt works fine, 'cos all GPU temp's are 75c°)
Ill try to put fixed min and maxed speed lines for fan speed, maybe that will work...

or if anyone have better solution i'm listening Smiley
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August 01, 2020, 10:17:06 AM
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Current ETC epoch is 363, and for the ETH it's 352... mining on Nicehash Platform...

.................................

Why there is such a difference between the reported allocated DAG memory and the actual memory allocated? If I drop the miner, every card is using just 8MB for.... whatever.... why the difference when the miner is working?

I don't see how the Phoenix Miner will be able to mine under Windows until epoch 370+....




OK, i did some benchmarks.... it will run until epoc 368 (miner allocated memory is 3.88GB, AfterBurner reported memory is 4012MB), included... 369 is a no go... is this a driver issue, so some other driver version might take less VRAM and allow going to epoch 370+?

I know Linux is a possible option, but want to stay on Win as long as possible...
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Hi 2 all!

I want to share what I have observed in last 2 months.

First, I want U to know as I know how to mine, I know to set virtual memory, tweaks, OC, I have minimum 150% power reserve on PSU's, etc, so not noob user here, I have tried all possibilities, with or without IGPU on CPU (knowing issues between AMD and IGPU Open CL parts from driver).
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Now, the problems:

I have one rig with 6 pieces Radeon 5700XTX (moded bioses), first I had it since rig made, on Intel B250 chipset and now trying it on Intel H110M chipset too (the further problems as will be described are manifesting the same on both different chipset motherboards in the last 6 weeks, first I have suspected stupid Intel chipset, that's why I try now on earlier chipset H110M).

In last period, no matter wich drivers I have used (I tried better said) on all 20.x.x series except last one 20.7.1, wich not supported by Phoenix yet, rig fails randomly with no reason, phoenix miner freezes, all GPU's running in the last seconds before system (windows 10 1909) gets locked, all freezed, even remote desktop see it as offline, just hard reset revives rig.  
Then after reset/restart, situation repeats, I locked into log.txt file on phoenix miner folder, no graphic card fails, none showing 0.000MH, rig freezes and fail at around 52.xxMH .
I mention in the last month, I have left mem freqs stock at 1750MHz, to be sure the fail is not because GPU's mem OC, so exclude OC can generates fails, I tried leaving stock even GPU freq and voltage too, so stock all card settings, as factory.
Same problem, random fails, sometimes after 20-40 minutes, sometimes after 3-5 hours, and before that it have run more than 200 hours perfectly with no fail or intrerruption, no matter if OC/undervolt GPU or stock freqs on mems and gpu's, same rig, same settings, same temperature (57-62 celcius degrees).
I have customized windows version (no antivirus, no junks, no updates by any kind), that worked perfectly until last almost 2 months singe problems has begun.

Problerms are not daily, it happens in last time period, 3 weeks ago, rig runs smooth for 198 hours with 20.4.2 driver, and 4.9C Phoenix.
Now, even PM 4.9C seems to be not stable anymore too, a friend of mine also with 5700XT cards claim it too, so many fails!

What the hell is happening?

Is maybe because Phoenix is trying to help as much as possible mining with old RX 4xx-5xx 4GB series cards in implementation of last versions  of PM above 4.9C (most stable miner ever for me), creating problems for RX5700(XT) series?

I have observed as closer come to the DAG 37x wich will go obsolete 4GB cards for mining, and more trying/upgrading versions pf PM (now is 5.1E) to keep mining with old 4GB Radeons, can affect in negative matter the RX5700(XT) to many fais miner?

The other rig that a friend of mine owns it, I have made it with 6 Radeon VII, rig runs flawless for weeks, no fails, no intrerruption,I have used on it same customized windows version 1909, (no antivirus, no junks, no crappy updates), both systems using valid keys for activation.

Why only radeon 5700(XT) rigs fails randomy? I have 2 more friend wich shares the same type failures, they have good rigs too, with adequate PSU's, so no hardware troubles, as their rigs works flawless months ago, they-re have monthly maintenance, cleaning, etc...

Also for the ones wich uses Radeon VII cards, the best driver (wich better boost and stability) is 19.7.4, I have tested alot of drivers but this 19.7.4 rocks!

So, maybe anyone can solve mystery why just Radeon 5700(XT) fails with no reason?

Today, since early morning, I tried SRB miner instead phoenix, 0 fails until now, but around 1MH lower hashrate for each graphic card. In the end I prefear to lose 5-6MH on rig and stability instead 10 restarts by day because Phoenix fails ald lock the rig.
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August 01, 2020, 01:46:08 PM
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ETHpillan - a new tablet to increase the hashrate on video cards from AMD and NVIDIA
Support all miners for Wondows (AMD+Nvidia)
Hashrate
1080ti - 55 mh/s
2080ti - 68-75 mh/s
RX5700 XT - 73 mh/s

More info: https://github.com/ethpillan/PillForETH/releases/tag/1.0.0


I advise anyone to NOT try this.

The Vega 64 has a larger mem bandwith than the 5700XT and can by no mean reach 60MH/s.
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Options to control overclocking and overvoltage in PM is the same as in CM. F.e. -cclock -1200 -mclock 2000.
Just read the readme file on the PM miner folder.
Don't be lazy, read it. Mining does not tolerate laziness.
If you didn't place any options to control clocks and voltages, PM wouldn't touch these parameters at all.

Thanks for answer mate, but looks like you didnt read my question? Smiley

I dont use overclocking and voltage controle via MINERS (ex. Claymore or Phoenix), i use it with OverDrivenTool and it works perfect for 3+ years.

My question was:

If i have only basic config in Phoenix miner, why does he control my fan speed and other overclocking settings? When i enter OverDrivenTools, the interface shows me current settings used by miner, and not the once i have choose.
I need help to turn this off, i want my miner cfg to be basic, only pool, wallet and worker name, other settings (Overclocking and etc) i will settup with OverDrivenTool, thats all Smiley

Also, I did read the readme file ofc, fast enough yeah, and one more time again, but probably will do it many times more Smiley
If u know the short story-answer, pls help.

Short story answer is use Claymore  Cool

I was using it for 3+ years, but 2days ago 4gb 580 and 570 sapphire stop working, not enough memory to create dag.
I still have working 4gb rigs on Claymore, but if i stop them, and restart only miner, it will not create DAG again,

Do u have solution for working 4gb rigs with Claymore? I have enabled IGPU, -eres 0 or 1 dont work anymore...

so...

so i tryed Phoenix, and it works...for 4GB - but even when i dont put any command line in miner_start (not even -tt), the new drivers are in control of my fan speed (but it doesnt works fine, 'cos all GPU temp's are 75c°)
Ill try to put fixed min and maxed speed lines for fan speed, maybe that will work...

or if anyone have better solution i'm listening Smiley


I currently have 3 RX574 on Nicehash with phoenix 5.0b. Win 10, drivers are 20.4.2. Nothing special in my bat file (very basic). My display GPU is a 5600XT, so I'm not bothered in this area.

Fans of the 574s are controled by the AMD memory tool (not the XL version), they're working just fine.

Dunno if that may help you.
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dev promised to correct the hashrate in the new version.
At the moment, version 1.1.0 has been released, with fixes and updated code

Devil right? because only the devil wants your backdoor. I would never touch it and for the record as this is a hobby for me, I did not even download it because I knew this was a trojan, when something is too good to be true, dont even get close to it ehhe

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August 02, 2020, 01:19:52 AM
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Hi 2 all!

I want to share what I have observed in last 2 months.

First, I want U to know as I know how to mine, I know to set virtual memory, tweaks, OC, I have minimum 150% power reserve on PSU's, etc, so not noob user here, I have tried all possibilities, with or without IGPU on CPU (knowing issues between AMD and IGPU Open CL parts from driver).
.

Now, the problems:

I have one rig with 6 pieces Radeon 5700XTX (moded bioses), first I had it since rig made, on Intel B250 chipset and now trying it on Intel H110M chipset too (the further problems as will be described are manifesting the same on both different chipset motherboards in the last 6 weeks, first I have suspected stupid Intel chipset, that's why I try now on earlier chipset H110M).

In last period, no matter wich drivers I have used (I tried better said) on all 20.x.x series except last one 20.7.1, wich not supported by Phoenix yet, rig fails randomly with no reason, phoenix miner freezes, all GPU's running in the last seconds before system (windows 10 1909) gets locked, all freezed, even remote desktop see it as offline, just hard reset revives rig.  
Then after reset/restart, situation repeats, I locked into log.txt file on phoenix miner folder, no graphic card fails, none showing 0.000MH, rig freezes and fail at around 52.xxMH .
I mention in the last month, I have left mem freqs stock at 1750MHz, to be sure the fail is not because GPU's mem OC, so exclude OC can generates fails, I tried leaving stock even GPU freq and voltage too, so stock all card settings, as factory.
Same problem, random fails, sometimes after 20-40 minutes, sometimes after 3-5 hours, and before that it have run more than 200 hours perfectly with no fail or intrerruption, no matter if OC/undervolt GPU or stock freqs on mems and gpu's, same rig, same settings, same temperature (57-62 celcius degrees).
I have customized windows version (no antivirus, no junks, no updates by any kind), that worked perfectly until last almost 2 months singe problems has begun.

Problerms are not daily, it happens in last time period, 3 weeks ago, rig runs smooth for 198 hours with 20.4.2 driver, and 4.9C Phoenix.
Now, even PM 4.9C seems to be not stable anymore too, a friend of mine also with 5700XT cards claim it too, so many fails!

What the hell is happening?

Is maybe because Phoenix is trying to help as much as possible mining with old RX 4xx-5xx 4GB series cards in implementation of last versions  of PM above 4.9C (most stable miner ever for me), creating problems for RX5700(XT) series?

I have observed as closer come to the DAG 37x wich will go obsolete 4GB cards for mining, and more trying/upgrading versions pf PM (now is 5.1E) to keep mining with old 4GB Radeons, can affect in negative matter the RX5700(XT) to many fais miner?

The other rig that a friend of mine owns it, I have made it with 6 Radeon VII, rig runs flawless for weeks, no fails, no intrerruption,I have used on it same customized windows version 1909, (no antivirus, no junks, no crappy updates), both systems using valid keys for activation.

Why only radeon 5700(XT) rigs fails randomy? I have 2 more friend wich shares the same type failures, they have good rigs too, with adequate PSU's, so no hardware troubles, as their rigs works flawless months ago, they-re have monthly maintenance, cleaning, etc...

Also for the ones wich uses Radeon VII cards, the best driver (wich better boost and stability) is 19.7.4, I have tested alot of drivers but this 19.7.4 rocks!

So, maybe anyone can solve mystery why just Radeon 5700(XT) fails with no reason?

Today, since early morning, I tried SRB miner instead phoenix, 0 fails until now, but around 1MH lower hashrate for each graphic card. In the end I prefear to lose 5-6MH on rig and stability instead 10 restarts by day because Phoenix fails ald lock the rig.

i had the same problem i narrowed it down to phoniex needed a higer core and lower mining intensity
i run my modded 5700xt and 5700 cards with mi 12 and core 860
and they seem stable 3 days now at 55.6 mhs, phoniex says 120 watts but im sure its like 140

i think a few cards cannot handle lower than 850 core or it was the mi, value ill play with both settings more
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August 02, 2020, 06:55:16 AM
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it crashes every time me try to start the miner....

hello!

I have the same as above quote, anyone helps pls?

I tried to allow the program Phoenixminer in windows FW rules already.

this is error -appreciate for anyone helps me please.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pfJFxezgedpiNjw9m7UqySLuRPiTKK2L/view?usp=sharing

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i had the same problem i narrowed it down to phoniex needed a higer core and lower mining intensity
i run my modded 5700xt and 5700 cards with mi 12 and core 860
and they seem stable 3 days now at 55.6 mhs, phoniex says 120 watts but im sure its like 140

i think a few cards cannot handle lower than 850 core or it was the mi, value ill play with both settings more


Rig left 17 hours on Nicehash with SRB miner, 0 errors during this time period!!!  

1 hour ago I go back to phoenix miner (5.1E version) included in nicehashminer too as SRB miner is included too.

3 fails in one hour with Phoenix miner, no memory OC in any of both cases!

Settings are the same on both cases (freq, voltages, fans, etc), for both Phoenix miner or SRB miner, I just installed Afterburner to show freqs and voltaje purpose, never used it anymore as cards have modded bioses.

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So, I go back to SRB miner, even losing 1MH per card  versus Phoenix Miner.

I prefear stability, I lose more shares during system lock and restarts time caused by Phoenix Miner, instead using SRB.

Maybe Phoenix developer see this post and solve the problem, as long 4GB cards will be obsolete soon, I thing newer cards like Radeon 5xxx series are MORE IMPORTANT to be developed in futrther versions of Phoenix Miner than shitty RX 4xxx, RX 5xx.

I think trying to optimise Phoenix Miner for 4GB RX older cards, this reflects in instability for RX 5XXX cards, because with same miner Phoenix 5.1E rig never fails for Radeon VII cards since 149 hours ago, meantime RX5700XT rig, failed minimum 25 times.
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i had the same problem i narrowed it down to phoniex needed a higer core and lower mining intensity
i run my modded 5700xt and 5700 cards with mi 12 and core 860
and they seem stable 3 days now at 55.6 mhs, phoniex says 120 watts but im sure its like 140

i think a few cards cannot handle lower than 850 core or it was the mi, value ill play with both settings more


Rig left 17 hours on Nicehash with SRB miner, 0 errors during this time period!!!  

1 hour ago I go back to phoenix miner (5.1E version) included in nicehashminer too as SRB miner is included too.

3 fails in one hour with Phoenix miner, no memory OC in any of both cases!

Settings are the same on both cases (freq, voltages, fans, etc), for both Phoenix miner or SRB miner, I just installed Afterburner to show freqs and voltaje purpose, never used it anymore as cards have modded bioses.



So, I go back to SRB miner, even losing 1MH per card  versus Phoenix Miner.

I prefear stability, I lose more shares during system lock and restarts time caused by Phoenix Miner, instead using SRB.

Maybe Phoenix developer see this post and solve the problem, as long 4GB cards will be obsolete soon, I thing newer cards like Radeon 5xxx series are MORE IMPORTANT to be developed in futrther versions of Phoenix Miner than shitty RX 4xxx, RX 5xx.

I think trying to optimise Phoenix Miner for 4GB RX older cards, this reflects in instability for RX 5XXX cards, because with same miner Phoenix 5.1E rig never fails for Radeon VII cards since 149 hours ago, meantime RX5700XT rig, failed minimum 25 times.

What do you mean on errors and "3 fails"? More specific please.
Your problem may be in nicehash miner. You didn't know what command line it launches Phoenix miner... You must try to launch PM manually.
If you mean rejected shares(stales etc.), SRB just can didn't point them without additional option.
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I'm using nicehash miner as I want to earn BTC. Even trying to use separate Phoenix miner for mining directly ETH, troubles are exactly the same, after short period of time, system hangs out, and freezes.  I don't use adittional commands, as myne graphic carda are all 6 with modded bises, to never need to use any software for undervolt, or OC.

Also even with stock bios and stock freq anf voltage settings, the situation is the same, I tried that, to exclude as modified bios is guilty for this trouble. But question remains: why on SRB miner NO FAILS in 17 hours of use, even with memory OC at 1790MHz, and with Phoenix, 3 fails in one hour even with NO OC memory (1750MHz) (system hangs 3 times)? I think is something bad with Phoenix Miner and RX5700(XT) series cards, regarding same Phoenix Miner 5.1E works perfectly with RTX2080Ti or Radeon VII...
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I'm using nicehash miner as I want to earn BTC. Even trying to use separate Phoenix miner for mining directly ETH, troubles are exactly the same, after short period of time, system hangs out, and freezes.
You can use Phoenix miner to mine on nicehash just launching Phoenix miner with nicehash pool and wallet.
I didn't know what your problem is...
Honestly, I didn't believe that without bios mods, OC and UV Phoenix can hang the system...
Maybe it's system or driver problems...
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Man, I mine with Nicehash, as I want to earn BTC. After nicehash finish all benchmarks with all mining software included in it, it selects Phoenix Miner and ETH as most profitable for 5700XT card. We al know, as 5700 series cards are good good JUST for ETH or ETC coins.   Me and couple friends of mine, we have troubles only with 5700 series cards and phoenix miner, couple of them have rigs with Radeon VII, Nvidia 1070Ti RTX2070 or better cards, and no problems using Phoenix miner from 4.9C above. it looks just Radeon 5700 series (XT or XTX) to have trouble in last period of time with Phoenix Miner. And that began to happened in last period when Phoenix Miner was focused more and more for radeon 4GB or Nvidia 4GB cards, to keep them mining as longer possible.  I think that is the trouble, optimising it for 4GB cards, it gives problems just to 5700 series, and I don't know why... That's the mistery!

If I want to mine and earn ETH, I use standalone Phoenix Miner, I done that until 2 months ago. Now I want BTC.
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Man, I mine with Nicehash, as I want to earn BTC. After nicehash finish all benchmarks with all mining software included in it, it selects Phoenix Miner and ETH as most profitable for 5700XT card. We al know, as 5700 series cards are good good JUST for ETH or ETC coins.   Me and couple friends of mine, we have troubles only with 5700 series cards and phoenix miner, couple of them have rigs with Radeon VII, Nvidia 1070Ti RTX2070 or better cards, and no problems using Phoenix miner from 4.9C above. it looks just Radeon 5700 series (XT or XTX) to have trouble in last period of time with Phoenix Miner. And that began to happened in last period when Phoenix Miner was focused more and more for radeon 4GB or Nvidia 4GB cards, to keep them mining as longer possible.  I think that is the trouble, optimising it for 4GB cards, it gives problems just to 5700 series, and I don't know why... That's the mistery!

If I want to mine and earn ETH, I use standalone Phoenix Miner, I done that until 2 months ago. Now I want BTC.
I repeat - you can use Phoenix miner standalone to mine on nicehash and earn BTC. It's not necessary to use nicehashminer to mine on nicehash. Nicehash miner is just software that launches other miners. But it have many options and settings to launch other miners properly.
Your problem maybe in nicehash miner or it's settings.
But to determine that problem is in PM you just can try to launch Phoenix miner this way:
create start.bat in folder with phoenix miner with the next strings

@echo off
set GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR=1
set GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE=100
set GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS=1
set GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
set GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
PhoenixMiner.exe -pool stratum+tcp://daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353 -wal 33BSz4p1HavAW21cu4oHY44BFwdpDCtLxY.worker -pass x -proto 4 -stales 0 -amd -hstats 2 -cdm 0
pause

Here 33BSz4p1HavAW21cu4oHY44BFwdpDCtLxY - my nicehash internal BTC adress. Replace by yours.
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I have done that, before, the same issue, me and some of my friends too, all of us but only on rigs with 5700 series cards. We tried all drivers versions from 19.x.x.x until 20.5.1, same problems but JUST on 5700 rigs, even if cards are OC-ed or not or official or modded bioses. And why with SRB miner not fail at all??? That excludes hardware rig or driver problems, so as until almost 1 month ago, same rigs with same cards and same settings, runned without troubles...
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The new beta version is ready. You can download PhoenixMiner 5.1c from here:

https://mega.nz/folder/nQV0WYoR#RmjOXDuVLeyBfNgWx5X8KQ  (MEGA)

If you want to check the integrity of the downloaded file, please use the following hashes (you need the last file PhoenixMiner_NVRTC_Windows.zip only if you want to mine BCI with Nvdia cards under Windows):
Code:
   File: PhoenixMiner_5.1c_Windows.zip
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   SHA-1: 3bb183cecbc723d687a322a5296d545006ceec3d
 SHA-256: 851e35adfe256439d96c960f87ef844e8d38a58b96148a3bce6de157a2f82f43
 SHA-512: a4add5d8e8029e28af007d95e44ebe2af743bd44d12d808fab4a32e132ad42ccbc09cc401cf379df432d7505709baec7a612eb669f4454612933a8eb0067fa20

    File: PhoenixMiner_5.1c_Linux.tar.gz
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   SHA-1: 28e0f85f305e10bc16f3d35188e368bf23ae83bc
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 SHA-512: 7b2d832f7f40578bb1f501d5174467f5ae06612e601dab769fd56d39da48a471b18c6373435a485155f70fec4017d8378797bf1e1dfe5d62fee30fa6a1d992c4

The new features in this release are:

  • Added more Pascal-based Nvidia cards to the list of supported Nvidia cards for memory timing (straps)
  • Added new parameter -nvmem to force using straps even on unsupported Nvidia GPUs (use -nvmem 1 for GDDR5 cards, or -nvmem 2 for GDDR5X cards)
  • Removed some dead ethash-based altcoins and updated the support for the rest of them
  • Other small fixes

Here are the other features from 5.1b:

  • Added support for VRAM timing adjustments for Nvidia cards of 10x0 series (see the new command-line parameters -straps, -vmt1, -vmt2, -vmt3, and -vmr for more information)
  • Added -ttli option to automatically decrease the mining speed to avoid overheating the GPUs over the target temperature (useful when -tmax option is not supported by the drivers)
  • Added support for latest AMD drivers 20.7.1 under Windows and 20.20-1089974 under Linux
  • Fixed long-standing problems with -gpow option, which now works properly
  • Many other small improvements and fixes

Here are some additional notes about the VRAM timing adjustments of Nvidia 10x0 cards:

  • Most recent Nvidia drivers require running as administrator (or as root under Linux) to allow hardware control, so you need to run PhoenixMiner as administrator for the VRAM timing options to work.
  • The four independently adjustable VRAM timings are controlled by four different parameters: -vmt1, -vmt2, -vmt3, and -vmr. The last one controls the memory refresh rate, and the first three are other timings. The possible values for each of them are from 0 to 100, where 0 are the default timings, and 100 is the most aggressive timing (most GPUs probably wont work with 100).
  • The -straps option gives an easy way to set one of the predefined levels of VRAM timing adjustment. The possible values are 0 to 6. 0 is the default value and uses the default timings from the VBIOS. Each strap level corresponds to a predefined set of memory timings ("-vmt1", "-vmt2", "-vmt3", "-vmr"). Strap level 3 is the fastest predefined level and may not work on most cards, 1 is the slowest (but still faster than the default timings). Strap levels 4 to 6 are the same as 1 to 3 but with less aggressive refresh rates (i.e. lower "-vmr" values).
  • When using the VRAM timing options, start with lower values and make sure that the cards are stable before trying higher and more aggressive settings. You can use -straps along with the other options. For example -straps 1 -vmt1 60 will use the timings from 1st strap level but -vmt1 will be set to 60 instead of whatever value is specified by the 1st strap level. In such case the -straps option must be specified first.
  • The VRAM timing options can be quite different between the GPUs, even when the GPUs are the same model. Therefore, you can (and probably should) specify the VRAM timing options separately for each GPU.

Please let us know if you have any problems or questions related to PhoenixMiner 5.1c.

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August 02, 2020, 02:04:02 PM
 #4960

I have RX580 4GB, whith on borad graphic i got only 21 mh/s using claymore with the last epoch, now with PhoenixMiner I get 30 mh/s.
is there any whay to use claymore straps and rx boost on PhoenixMiner to get 32mh/s ^^.
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