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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 6.2c: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 764835 times)
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April 09, 2021, 07:41:12 PM
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Anyone able to get Phoenix Miner to report GPU temperature and wattage for a RTX 3090? I can get fan speed but not the other two. I need this so I can keep track of temperatures easily for another computer on my network that I don't use day to day. I can keep track of another 3090 in my main computer via Afterburner which has temperature and fan speed minimized to my taskbar. But that won't work for the remote 3090. I guess I could use HWINFO but would prefer native reporting via Phoenix Miner so I can monitor it with Claymore's Manager. Phoenix should come out with their own miner manager. Claymore's is great. I can see the vitals for all my GPU's easily in one screen.

In phoenix miner add the following parameter
-hstats 2
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April 09, 2021, 07:44:44 PM
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Got a good deal on a 1080 Ti Founders Edition. When mining I sometimes can't get the DAG to go past 54% for some reason.  

Sometimes restarting the miner works but often I would have to restart the computer just to get the miner to build the DAG and finally get mining.


These are the flags I use:

-nvKernel 3 -nvdo 1 -straps 2 -cclock +320 -mclock -50 -powlim -25 -fanmin 65 -tt 68 -hstats 2 -lidag 1



Is there anything I'm missing here?

EDIT: figured it out, -cclock shouldn't go past 290
I think it will be better if you add some memory clock and less core clock for eth. and use -nvmem 2 -straps 2
What speed you getting now?
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April 09, 2021, 08:12:07 PM
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Compare to Claymore Dual miner,  how many percent can be increased at hashrate?


same   Wink
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April 09, 2021, 10:29:05 PM
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This is a driver error, either reinstall your AMD drivers (not the current beta version as it will cause this exact error), or you can use ANY version of the AMD driver and use the -clkernel 0 command to use the generic open cl version.  This will work with any AMD driver, including the latest version if you want them for gaming, but the generic open cl kernel will have lower hash and more stale/incorrect shares.

I tried the newest driver and nothing so I used the -clkernel 0 command.  Mining now at 95 mh/s effective.  Thank you for you help.
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April 09, 2021, 11:08:13 PM
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Been mining for months now with some 3080’s on ethermine . The effective hashrate is about 10% lower than current hashrate .

My other rig thats running 1070’s has a 5% difference .


Is this normal ? What can i do to fix the 3080 rig if thats not normal .

Thank you
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April 10, 2021, 06:59:18 AM
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Thnx for info. What "version" of nvidia drivers are you using on windows? Standard/DCH and Studio Driver/Game?

so best for now should be 461.92?

Does anyone happen to know what the newest Nvidia driver is that PhoenixMiner works on correctly?
The newst version of the miner (I asume older versions have the same problem) doesn't work with the newest Nvidia driver, I only get rejected shares.

Do not use GeForce RTX 30 Series drivers With Resizable BAR Support
Explore which processors and motherboards support this technology.
I looked at analytics from IT bloggers on this technology for games, and they have different results in tests - much worse than Nvidia claims.
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/geforce-rtx-30-series-resizable-bar-support/
Better install the latest drivers before March 30, 2021.

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April 10, 2021, 07:42:13 AM
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The first beta of the new version will be released next week. Thank you for your patience - there were quite a lot of small bugs to find and fix before the release.

We are also looking at creating more robust signing scheme with GnuPG, and we will add the fingerprint of our certificate in another "public" ETH transaction from our main devfee account, which will be announced in advance. This will add additional layer of security, making impossible for someone to try releasing fake versions of PhoenixMiner.
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Last edit: April 10, 2021, 11:06:42 AM by zereshk
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hi guys, haven't been able to mine for a couple of days, but now when i start the awesome miner, it gives like 1.4Mh in nicehash pool for every RX470 4gb that i have!!
is there something wrong now? i was getting about 22Mh about 5 days ago!

Edit:
just tested the zergpool and got the same 22Mh, but the revenue gotten really low! like 0.5$ per day. what happened?
other pools like ethermine gives the same revenue like nicehash and really low Hashrate.
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April 10, 2021, 09:50:23 AM
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We are also looking at creating more robust signing scheme with GnuPG, and we will add the fingerprint of our certificate in another "public" ETH transaction from our main devfee account, which will be announced in advance. This will add additional layer of security, making impossible for someone to try releasing fake versions of PhoenixMiner.

That's excellent news.  I suggest you make your public signing key available on at least two or three hosting servers as well.  The redundancy is a security feature.  Github allows you to upload your key and associate it with your profile, you can use Keybase to host your public key, and of course you can post it here on the forum, in an appropriate thread in the reputation board.

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April 10, 2021, 11:50:18 AM
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The first beta of the new version will be released next week. Thank you for your patience - there were quite a lot of small bugs to find and fix before the release.

We are also looking at creating more robust signing scheme with GnuPG, and we will add the fingerprint of our certificate in another "public" ETH transaction from our main devfee account, which will be announced in advance. This will add additional layer of security, making impossible for someone to try releasing fake versions of PhoenixMiner.


hello boss, very good news, we look forward to the BETA version.
Thanks for everything
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April 11, 2021, 02:27:59 AM
Last edit: May 12, 2021, 03:26:58 AM by PhoenixMiner
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Here is how we are going to proceed to publish our singing GnuPG key, and verify that it is in fact ours:
  • Our GpuPG key pair is already generated and tested
  • We will make a transaction from our defvee account at 0x008c26f3a2Ca8bdC11e5891e0278c9436B6F5d1E to an address 0xF9403D7EAE2AC5F4C361015E654C5927EE163067 that is the same as the fingerprint of our GpuPG public key (key fingerprints and ETH addresses have the same size). The ETH in the transaction will be "burned" so the amount will be 9.876 ETH this time.
  • After the transaction is confirmed, we will publish the public key here, and on our Github
  • All future releases of PhoenixMiner will be signed with this public key (we will also continue to provide the checksums as before).

EDIT: The transaction is now confirmed: https://etherscan.io/tx/0xfd6896cc79481c3b8e746123279c6bdbf65051c8302e9b55e9597c618be11b37

EDIT2: Here is the GnuPG public key that will be used to sign all future releases:
Code:
pub   rsa4096/EE163067 2021-04-11 [SC]
      Key fingerprint = F940 3D7E AE2A C5F4 C361  015E 654C 5927 EE16 3067
uid         [ultimate] Phoenix Devs <pdevs@example.com>
sub   rsa4096/22FF9CEE 2021-04-11 [E]

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v1

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-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

You can also download it from github: https://phoenixminer.info/downloads/files/pdevs_key.asc

Finally, here are the signatures of the files in the current release (PhoenixMiner 5.5c):


EDIT3 (May 12, 2021): Changed links from github.com to phoenixminer.info server.
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April 12, 2021, 01:14:40 AM
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Is there something different with phoenixminer and nvidia 3080’s ?

My 1070’s are mining fine , current hashrate and reported match very close . 3-5 mhs difference

My 3080’s have a 40mhs gap between reported and current .

What can i do to fix this ?
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April 12, 2021, 02:47:55 AM
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Are there any plans to add Verthash algo to the miner?

Vertcoin PPLNS Pool | 0.69% fee | 0.05 VTC min payout: ACiDPOOL.CO.UK (http://acidpool.co.uk/)
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April 12, 2021, 12:02:24 PM
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Are there any plans to add more DAG epohs to the miner? Please  Roll Eyes
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April 12, 2021, 04:27:30 PM
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hi guys
i have a rig that has 4 gpu with 4gb and 4 8gb
i set teamredminer for 4gb (with -d command)
but command -gpus does not work for 8gb properly
is there any confilict with this two miner?
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April 12, 2021, 07:35:03 PM
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Hi all,

I started mining eth few weeks ago when I finally got a RX6800.

At the beginning I used TMR because almost everywhere I read it was the best for AMD, lately I tried Phoenix and I have to say it's definely better, I get 64mh/s while con TMR I got just 62.
I'm talking about the 24 hour average speed I get from ethermine, not only the one I get from the miner.

So this miner is faster and it has lower fees, what can I ask more?

I have 2 questions:
1) I found a website called Phoenixminer.org where I could download the miner. Is it legit? I downloaded it from github but I would like to know it for future reference
2) I read some bad news about nicehash accusing Phoenix to be a scam. How the situation ended? I guess if this thread is still open it means it was proved that Phoenix is trustworthy, but I would like to be sure.

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April 12, 2021, 08:37:46 PM
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Hi all,

I started mining eth few weeks ago when I finally got a RX6800.

At the beginning I used TMR because almost everywhere I read it was the best for AMD, lately I tried Phoenix and I have to say it's definely better, I get 64mh/s while con TMR I got just 62.
I'm talking about the 24 hour average speed I get from ethermine, not only the one I get from the miner.

So this miner is faster and it has lower fees, what can I ask more?

I have 2 questions:
1) I found a website called Phoenixminer.org where I could download the miner. Is it legit? I downloaded it from github but I would like to know it for future reference
2) I read some bad news about nicehash accusing Phoenix to be a scam. How the situation ended? I guess if this thread is still open it means it was proved that Phoenix is trustworthy, but I would like to be sure.



Phoenix just rocks mate he is not even close scam. to be 100% sure download miner only from the first post page
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April 12, 2021, 08:44:56 PM
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hi guys
i have a rig that has 4 gpu with 4gb and 4 8gb
i set teamredminer for 4gb (with -d command)
but command -gpus does not work for 8gb properly
is there any confilict with this two miner?
No there is no conflict. Make sure you are choosing right gpus. Turn of trm for second and write -bench on phoenix there you will see all 4 gpus look which is 8g then choose right ones.
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April 12, 2021, 08:46:07 PM
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Hi @Poenix
When new  version is ?
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anyone tried to compare hashrate on GTX 1080 vs gminer?
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