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May 08, 2018, 12:02:31 AM
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Is there a way for fan speeds? I have RX580s and tt 65 but they always mine at 80. Anybody help?

/* Uncomment this if you want to set GPU target temperature  */
/* Works only if ADL is working on your system */
"target_temperature" : 65,

But doesn't work
exsample and work
{ "id" : 0, "intensity" : 235, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2, "target_temperature" : 59},
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May 08, 2018, 01:19:16 AM
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Great miner!
A+++ for RX580. This is my 8 x RX580 8gb rig - Nitro+ and Pulse GPU's, 8 kh/s, consumption 880w on CN-Heavy.
https://prnt.sc/jf2j12

Vega 64 hashrate is lower than cast-xmr.

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May 08, 2018, 01:28:33 AM
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Mining ETN at nanopool with RX580 8GB , intensity 60 on each card 890h/s! Is there anyway I can further tweak it or that's the maximum? Do you guys have some BIOS mods for RX580 Sapphire Nitro+ Special Edition's with Micron memory for cryptonight algorithm? I am currently mining it with my ETH, which may be causing this not optimal speed.
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May 08, 2018, 05:09:32 AM
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Mining ETN at nanopool with RX580 8GB , intensity 60 on each card 890h/s! Is there anyway I can further tweak it or that's the maximum? Do you guys have some BIOS mods for RX580 Sapphire Nitro+ Special Edition's with Micron memory for cryptonight algorithm? I am currently mining it with my ETH, which may be causing this not optimal speed.

try intensity 72 should get more than 900 h/s. better mining other algo CN-Heavy or CN-V7 more profitable than normal CN.
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May 08, 2018, 06:11:48 AM
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Great miner!
A+++ for RX580. This is my 8 x RX580 8gb rig - Nitro+ and Pulse GPU's, 8 kh/s, consumption 880w on CN-Heavy.
https://prnt.sc/jf2j12

Vega 64 hashrate is lower than cast-xmr.

Thanks!

What memory and what memory straps?
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May 08, 2018, 07:08:59 AM
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all time run this miner my rig is hug

what i can do about that ??

i test this miner in 4 rigs at stock bios and also rigs stop !!!!

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May 08, 2018, 07:29:55 AM
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Mining ETN at nanopool with RX580 8GB , intensity 60 on each card 890h/s! Is there anyway I can further tweak it or that's the maximum? Do you guys have some BIOS mods for RX580 Sapphire Nitro+ Special Edition's with Micron memory for cryptonight algorithm? I am currently mining it with my ETH, which may be causing this not optimal speed.

MSI Armor RX580 8GB - Micron, using one click patch timings in Polaris Bios Editor.

Getting 1010 h/s using:
Intensity: 51, threads: double (Constrained by the Virtual Mem Size, out of space on SSD, could be higher)
1160 cclock / 880 vcore
2220 mclock / 880 vmem

Double threads are very important, it increases occupancy. Make sure you have sufficient vmem space, check out vmem usage using HWINFO, make sure there's at least 10% free vmem left during mining.

Microns are good, I like'em. One click patch timings in Polaris is very good for ETH mining (31-32 Mh/s) and it's possible that there may be timings that will take one to the moon at 2100 mclock catered for Cryptonight, but I don't want to play with BIOS everytime, it's really stressful because I'm afraid of bricking cards, so not going to touch'em for now.

Also, you need to close gpu-z or hwinfo during mining, it slows down the mining slightly but the losses would accumulate over time.
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May 08, 2018, 09:52:07 AM
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Mining ETN at nanopool with RX580 8GB , intensity 60 on each card 890h/s! Is there anyway I can further tweak it or that's the maximum? Do you guys have some BIOS mods for RX580 Sapphire Nitro+ Special Edition's with Micron memory for cryptonight algorithm? I am currently mining it with my ETH, which may be causing this not optimal speed.

MSI Armor RX580 8GB - Micron, using one click patch timings in Polaris Bios Editor.

Getting 1010 h/s using:
Intensity: 51, threads: double (Constrained by the Virtual Mem Size, out of space on SSD, could be higher)
1160 cclock / 880 vcore
2220 mclock / 880 vmem

Double threads are very important, it increases occupancy. Make sure you have sufficient vmem space, check out vmem usage using HWINFO, make sure there's at least 10% free vmem left during mining.

Microns are good, I like'em. One click patch timings in Polaris is very good for ETH mining (31-32 Mh/s) and it's possible that there may be timings that will take one to the moon at 2100 mclock catered for Cryptonight, but I don't want to play with BIOS everytime, it's really stressful because I'm afraid of bricking cards, so not going to touch'em for now.

Also, you need to close gpu-z or hwinfo during mining, it slows down the mining slightly but the losses would accumulate over time.


I modify strap from Polaris bios editor one click timings with cclock 1240 and mclock 2150 CN-V7 got 1010 h/s and CN-Heavy got 1080 h/s.
if you like to try I will post my strap here. with your card which can set mclock 2220 most likely can reach CN-Heavy 1100 h/s.
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May 08, 2018, 11:44:11 AM
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hi

found why my rig 580 doesn t love srb :auto intensity was 100 or 118....works great at 53.

why auto intensity is so high??
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May 08, 2018, 01:47:24 PM
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So my Vega 56 @ 1437/1100 907mV -30 power target on 56 intensity gets 1530 h/s on CN-Heavy, whereas my Vega 64 with the same settings gets 1380 h/s. I need to raise intensity to 60 to get 1450 h/s on the Vega 64 - but something is not right. Maybe a higher core clock is required on the Vega 64?
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May 08, 2018, 02:19:43 PM
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i try alloy coin... and i get 0 h/s
rx470 4gb and rx580 4gb
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May 08, 2018, 05:13:13 PM
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Mining ETN at nanopool with RX580 8GB , intensity 60 on each card 890h/s! Is there anyway I can further tweak it or that's the maximum? Do you guys have some BIOS mods for RX580 Sapphire Nitro+ Special Edition's with Micron memory for cryptonight algorithm? I am currently mining it with my ETH, which may be causing this not optimal speed.

MSI Armor RX580 8GB - Micron, using one click patch timings in Polaris Bios Editor.

Getting 1010 h/s using:
Intensity: 51, threads: double (Constrained by the Virtual Mem Size, out of space on SSD, could be higher)
1160 cclock / 880 vcore
2220 mclock / 880 vmem

Double threads are very important, it increases occupancy. Make sure you have sufficient vmem space, check out vmem usage using HWINFO, make sure there's at least 10% free vmem left during mining.

Microns are good, I like'em. One click patch timings in Polaris is very good for ETH mining (31-32 Mh/s) and it's possible that there may be timings that will take one to the moon at 2100 mclock catered for Cryptonight, but I don't want to play with BIOS everytime, it's really stressful because I'm afraid of bricking cards, so not going to touch'em for now.

Also, you need to close gpu-z or hwinfo during mining, it slows down the mining slightly but the losses would accumulate over time.


I modify strap from Polaris bios editor one click timings with cclock 1240 and mclock 2150 CN-V7 got 1010 h/s and CN-Heavy got 1080 h/s.
if you like to try I will post my strap here. with your card which can set mclock 2220 most likely can reach CN-Heavy 1100 h/s.

Thanks! I don't want to flash anymore as every time I do it I get shivers down my spine Cheesy

But here's one thing about flashing, two of my cards failed flash... Bios write failed multiple times, gpu's no longer listed as AMD, bios read was not even working. Then I continued a few hours of operation with other gpu's, reading about fixing bricked cards, and then they literally fixed themselves, with the original bios. I don't think MSI Armor has dual bios so I don't know how that happened. You guys have any ideas??


Maybe if I increase the Core clocks to 1240 it'd do 1050-1100 but it gets too hot and I have to crank up vcore so I think I struck a nice balance here, will try those after I get the hardware cost covered lol Cheesy
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May 08, 2018, 06:11:49 PM
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hi

found why my rig 580 doesn t love srb :auto intensity was 100 or 118....works great at 53.

why auto intensity is so high??
For normal cryptonight v7 100-118 is best. For CN heavy it's need half of CN V7 intensity.
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May 08, 2018, 07:21:45 PM
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I don't know how you guys do it.
My Vega 56's (Reference models) with Vega 56 BIOS runs 2010H/s on Normal V7 but on Heavy I am not able to get more than 1350H/s.

I have even now tried Vega 56 @ 1437/1100 907mV -30 power target on 56 intensity but no luck still only get 1350H/s per card.

My normal clocks on NormalV7 are: 1475/1100 @ 915 and 900

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I don't know how you guys do it.
My Vega 56's (Reference models) with Vega 56 BIOS runs 2010H/s on Normal V7 but on Heavy I am not able to get more than 1350H/s.

I have even now tried Vega 56 @ 1437/1100 907mV -30 power target on 56 intensity but no luck still only get 1350H/s per card.

My normal clocks on NormalV7 are: 1475/1100 @ 915 and 900

The miner isn't stable for vega 56/blockchain drivers, I noticed that on some testing I could get 1430+ average and then afterwards dropped to 1300+ that's after tweaking config files for intensity and worksize as well as some restarts/driver resets/hbcc memory toggles. Castxmr on the other hand will work just alright after a restart and driver reset. Now I'm mining 1430+ average(p6 1212/875,p7 1407/875, p3 950/875).
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May 08, 2018, 08:46:57 PM
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I don't know how you guys do it.
My Vega 56's (Reference models) with Vega 56 BIOS runs 2010H/s on Normal V7 but on Heavy I am not able to get more than 1350H/s.

I have even now tried Vega 56 @ 1437/1100 907mV -30 power target on 56 intensity but no luck still only get 1350H/s per card.

My normal clocks on NormalV7 are: 1475/1100 @ 915 and 900

The miner isn't stable for vega 56/blockchain drivers, I noticed that on some testing I could get 1430+ average and then afterwards dropped to 1300+ that's after tweaking config files for intensity and worksize as well as some restarts/driver resets/hbcc memory toggles. Castxmr on the other hand will work just alright after a restart and driver reset. Now I'm mining 1430+ average(p6 1212/875,p7 1407/875, p3 95/875).

or just drop the blockchain drivers and use 18.3.4 where you don't need to disable/enable devices for better hashrate.

SRBMiner-MULTI thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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May 09, 2018, 02:15:08 AM
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I don't know how you guys do it.
My Vega 56's (Reference models) with Vega 56 BIOS runs 2010H/s on Normal V7 but on Heavy I am not able to get more than 1350H/s.

I have even now tried Vega 56 @ 1437/1100 907mV -30 power target on 56 intensity but no luck still only get 1350H/s per card.

My normal clocks on NormalV7 are: 1475/1100 @ 915 and 900



set intensity 60 worksize 8 run miner, then close miner set intensity 56 worksize 8 and run miner again, you should able to get more than 1500 h/s.
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May 09, 2018, 02:20:34 AM
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also, anyone able to get 750h/s+ on RX 580 4GB models?
my 8GB models do 1000h/s+ SOMETIMES but cant get 4GB any higher.

I get 1040 h/s on my armor rx 580 hynix 8 gb I=55 and 720 h/s only on my nitro+ rx 480 elpida 4 gb I=29.5, I tried different timing straps on the 480, but it didn't change much

One strange thing is that the reported hashrate change each time I restart the miner
(most of the time, it's one time good, with 1040 h/s on the rx-580 and one time "bad" with 930 h/s on the same rx-580... and it makes comparison difficult)

I got that exact problem, my rx 480 4gb is always stuck at 730h/s but my 2 rx 580 8gb are crazy, miner starts with both doing 950h/s or first 850h/s and second 1050h/s. I am always restarting im till second gives 1050h/S and then the first one seing tv shows or sometimes from nowere will go to 950-990h/S. The values are very unstable.
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May 09, 2018, 02:28:30 AM
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I just moved over from Claymore (ethash) to try my hand at a few Heavy coins, and I'm glad I did after two days so far. I couldn't get any of the other miners to work with my AMD system except SRBMiner. I'm running 8x RX570/580 4GB at around 750 h/s and 1 RX580 8GB at around 1100 h/s. I have one RX570 that I could not get to work with SRBMiner (errors) so I have it still going after Ethereum with Claymore.

Question for the group - I didn't really know that Cryptonight Heavy was good for AMD cards, versus seemingly all the non-Ethash algos being good for Nvidia. Are there any other new algorithms that are better for AMD cards than Nvidia?
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May 09, 2018, 02:34:29 AM
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also, anyone able to get 750h/s+ on RX 580 4GB models?
my 8GB models do 1000h/s+ SOMETIMES but cant get 4GB any higher.

I get 1040 h/s on my armor rx 580 hynix 8 gb I=55 and 720 h/s only on my nitro+ rx 480 elpida 4 gb I=29.5, I tried different timing straps on the 480, but it didn't change much

One strange thing is that the reported hashrate change each time I restart the miner
(most of the time, it's one time good, with 1040 h/s on the rx-580 and one time "bad" with 930 h/s on the same rx-580... and it makes comparison difficult)

I got that exact problem, my rx 480 4gb is always stuck at 730h/s but my 2 rx 580 8gb are crazy, miner starts with both doing 950h/s or first 850h/s and second 1050h/s. I am always restarting im till second gives 1050h/S and then the first one seing tv shows or sometimes from nowere will go to 950-990h/S. The values are very unstable.

rednoW already explain in cast xmr thread and that explanation more make sense for me.
below are explanation from rednoW:
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In case of normal v7 vega with 16gb becomes compute bounded. Vega 8gb is memory size bounded with heavy.
It is just like with polaris 8gb and v7. You can set intensity to use all 8gb ram but due to lack of compute units it cannot handle it. But with heavy Polaris 8gb uses all its memory and has the same hashrate as with v7

so basically my understanding for CN-V7 is compute bounded in RX 580 8 GB because even if you set higher intensity it will not increase hash rate. while for CN-Heavy is memory bounded in RX 580 4 GB because CN-Heavy used more memory than CN-V7.
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