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Author Topic: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.7.0 - native algo switching  (Read 136905 times)
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May 25, 2018, 08:27:55 PM
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- Fixed kernels 3 & 4 for heavy algo
- Fixed OCL binary caching for Vega cards

Thanks a lot! It really improved hashrate. My single Vega64 performs now 1670 H/s on Heavy Cryptonight.

Hope Nicehash will add support for Heavy.

HR is identical like 1.5.0

How log work with this HR ? 2 min? pres S and pres H and give any SS for this. Give SS owerdriver setup for this.
1670 is  best result in the world in heavy.
All have  1450 -1550 HR for vega . 1670 is best and i do not believe in this HR. Mybe  you have this 2 min in hevy -  your vega use 500WAT for this and you lose money  mining like this:)

he put ss in another thread, his cclock more than 1700 and mclock more than 1100 and I think no undervolt.



1700 Huh   

burn baby burn Smiley 1100mem for samsung  its ok but 1700 for gpu. Shocked

he lose money Smiley my vega 56(samsung mem) have 1550HR  with 130 140W . he have 1700 with 250-300W Smiley
150HR with 150 WAT Smiley NICE

150HR = $0.35 /Day
150W =  $0.65 /Day


he lose only $0.3 per day Smiley minig like this and BURN gpu in 2-3 month
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May 25, 2018, 09:59:08 PM
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Hi there! How do you put a rig or worker's name on the pool file?
I have tried to put it where the "x" is on the password place.

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May 26, 2018, 03:46:12 AM
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hi guys im using 1.5.3 srb

i still cant get set how to turn off auto fan

if i start mining it will always set auto

any help?

many thanks
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May 26, 2018, 05:01:07 AM
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hi guys im using 1.5.3 srb

i still cant get set how to turn off auto fan

if i start mining it will always set auto

any help?

many thanks

what do you want to do ? Set fan speed ?

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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May 26, 2018, 05:32:55 AM
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- Fixed kernels 3 & 4 for heavy algo
- Fixed OCL binary caching for Vega cards

Thanks a lot! It really improved hashrate. My single Vega64 performs now 1670 H/s on Heavy Cryptonight.

Hope Nicehash will add support for Heavy.

HR is identical like 1.5.0

How log work with this HR ? 2 min? pres S and pres H and give any SS for this. Give SS owerdriver setup for this.
1670 is  best result in the world in heavy.
All have  1450 -1550 HR for vega . 1670 is best and i do not believe in this HR. Mybe  you have this 2 min in hevy -  your vega use 500WAT for this and you lose money  mining like this:)

he put ss in another thread, his cclock more than 1700 and mclock more than 1100 and I think no undervolt.



1700 Huh  

burn baby burn Smiley 1100mem for samsung  its ok but 1700 for gpu. Shocked

he lose money Smiley my vega 56(samsung mem) have 1550HR  with 130 140W . he have 1700 with 250-300W Smiley
150HR with 150 WAT Smiley NICE

150HR = $0.35 /Day
150W =  $0.65 /Day


he lose only $0.3 per day Smiley minig like this and BURN gpu in 2-3 month


Livada, you might think on looking the place with better tariffs for your electricity. I found one pretty cheap, so don't worry, I am in profit . I keep the GPU temp 67-70 C, so 1700 clock is OK for Vega64. Specially for you I made screenshot, you might believe now... check this:
 https://imgur.com/XslYyh7
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May 26, 2018, 06:34:04 AM
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hi guys im using 1.5.3 srb

i still cant get set how to turn off auto fan

if i start mining it will always set auto

any help?

many thanks

what do you want to do ? Set fan speed ?

yes
im setting with msi ab
but if i start srb it always set fan to auto in msi?
do we have an option to set auto fan = false?
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May 26, 2018, 07:20:02 AM
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- Fixed kernels 3 & 4 for heavy algo
- Fixed OCL binary caching for Vega cards

Thanks a lot! It really improved hashrate. My single Vega64 performs now 1670 H/s on Heavy Cryptonight.

Hope Nicehash will add support for Heavy.

HR is identical like 1.5.0

How log work with this HR ? 2 min? pres S and pres H and give any SS for this. Give SS owerdriver setup for this.
1670 is  best result in the world in heavy.
All have  1450 -1550 HR for vega . 1670 is best and i do not believe in this HR. Mybe  you have this 2 min in hevy -  your vega use 500WAT for this and you lose money  mining like this:)

he put ss in another thread, his cclock more than 1700 and mclock more than 1100 and I think no undervolt.



1700 Huh  

burn baby burn Smiley 1100mem for samsung  its ok but 1700 for gpu. Shocked

he lose money Smiley my vega 56(samsung mem) have 1550HR  with 130 140W . he have 1700 with 250-300W Smiley
150HR with 150 WAT Smiley NICE

150HR = $0.35 /Day
150W =  $0.65 /Day


he lose only $0.3 per day Smiley minig like this and BURN gpu in 2-3 month


Livada, you might think on looking the place with better tariffs for your electricity. I found one pretty cheap, so don't worry, I am in profit . I keep the GPU temp 67-70 C, so 1700 clock is OK for Vega64. Specially for you I made screenshot, you might believe now... check this:
 https://imgur.com/XslYyh7

you not read my post?
 i tel you:
 you give 150W for 150hr
You live where? how many cost electricity in your country? i think 0,1usd or more and you lose moeny with this option.

1550 = 130-140W
1700 = 260W

Your matematic is Huh??

you have 70C for GPU.  . Temperature on HBBC is? 80c? BURN BABY BURN

my card work on 50C.my fun work on 1300 -1700RPM and miner work more day not minut.
and i use more money after pay electricity.

SS:

you miner work 30 min? WOW. give me  SS for 1 day on this setup no 1 min

i think you not mining you only test and test and test etc. you never mining 24 hour Smiley

my 2 vega56 use 350W from the wall and give 3100HR

your 1 vega use 350W from the wall and give 1700HR

Your matematic say what? who use more money per WAT ?

YOUR SETUP IS BAD

good luck with this and prepare call fire department....
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May 26, 2018, 07:39:51 AM
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YOUR SETUP IS BAD

))))) I posted that screenshot not for your calculator, it was just for you to believe and to proof that vega64 can make the hashes I noticed in my post. I don't have time to mine CN Heavy 24h just to show you another screenshot. My vega now is busy on CN litev7 coins and gives 4200-4300 H/s on it with CAST XMR.
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May 26, 2018, 08:18:26 AM
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YOUR SETUP IS BAD

))))) I posted that screenshot not for your calculator, it was just for you to believe and to proof that vega64 can make the hashes I noticed in my post. I don't have time to mine CN Heavy 24h just to show you another screenshot. My vega now is busy on CN litev7 coins and gives 4200-4300 H/s on it with CAST XMR.

ok. but this is mining topic  not 1 min benchmart test topic.
wee wont more HR with less power.
my vega 56  give 4230 -4250 in litev7 with 160W
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May 26, 2018, 10:14:00 AM
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YOUR SETUP IS BAD

))))) I posted that screenshot not for your calculator, it was just for you to believe and to proof that vega64 can make the hashes I noticed in my post. I don't have time to mine CN Heavy 24h just to show you another screenshot. My vega now is busy on CN litev7 coins and gives 4200-4300 H/s on it with CAST XMR.

ok. but this is mining topic  not 1 min benchmart test topic.
wee wont more HR with less power.
my vega 56  give 4230 -4250 in litev7 with 160W

I thought this a "miner" topic. In this topic everyone should post their setups and hashrates so we and developers can figure out the limits of the miner.
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May 26, 2018, 11:06:49 AM
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so we and developers can figure out the limits of the miner.

Yep, especially developers of the miner. VEGA's have good potential and we all hope to get the hashrate which is possible on extreme settings but with minimum power consuption.
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May 26, 2018, 12:01:40 PM
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Hi, Doc!

GPU №0,2-4 - Asus RX 560 2Gb DualFan unplugged, №1 - Sapphire RX 560 4Gb Nitro

What!?
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May 26, 2018, 01:09:59 PM
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can you explain with english words what do you want to say, cause i still can't read minds ?

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May 26, 2018, 01:33:17 PM
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can someone explain to me how to prevent this abnormal symbols in miner's window?
https://preview.ibb.co/ePY3ao/2018_05_26_15_34_30_2.png
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May 26, 2018, 03:20:22 PM
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use english windows, those are system messages.
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May 26, 2018, 03:22:11 PM
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why do you guys use SRB miner instead of CAST?
SRB does not offer any performance advantage, it is more complicate to set up and actually performance is very erratical, since any time you restart it, you may get a different hash rate, at least for me.

I have been using it for a couple of days on 2 rigs one with Vegas and the other with RX580 and I could not find any plus VS Cast.
Just wondering if I am missing something.
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May 26, 2018, 03:44:04 PM
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why do you guys use SRB miner instead of CAST?
SRB does not offer any performance advantage, it is more complicate to set up and actually performance is very erratical, since any time you restart it, you may get a different hash rate, at least for me.

I have been using it for a couple of days on 2 rigs one with Vegas and the other with RX580 and I could not find any plus VS Cast.
Just wondering if I am missing something.
What speed you got on RX 580 on CAST on criptonightv7 and heavy-v7?
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May 26, 2018, 03:50:30 PM
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Hello Doc,

Thank you for the wonderful miner.

I've upgraded two of my Vega64 rigs from 8 to 10 cards per rig, and had to ditch the blockchain driver in order to support 10 cards.
With the new driver xmr-stak is not performing so well as with the blockchain driver, and I made a test between xmr-stak, cast-xmr and srb.

The results are excellent in favor of the SRB:

10 x Vega64 1408/950 GPU & 1100/950 MEM:

srb miner - 20100 h/s - 0.85% fee = 19930 total  
xmr-stak - 19454 h/s - 0% fee (I'm compiling my version with the dev fee removed, as 2% default is a bit high) = 19454 total
cast-xmr - 19900 h/s - 1.5% fee = 19600 total

Also from the 3 miners only SRB continued to mine with 1 card crashed (with 9 of 10 cards), and the bus ID reorder made it very easily to find which card is this and to tune its mem down a bit.

So I want to thank you and congratulate you for the excellent miner. You also have a very reasonable dev fee so I'm planning to deploy the miner on all of my rigs.

I have the following feature request, that I will be very happy, if it could be addressed.
Is it possible to add a pool priority (xmr stak has this option) so if the primary pool fails and the miner switches to the secondary pool, the miner to start to mine to the primary pool again when it's up again?
Easy walkaround could be if that's hard to implement, to enable a scheduled pool reload  (at this moment at the reload, the miner connects to the primary pool if it's not connected).

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May 26, 2018, 03:58:35 PM
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why do you guys use SRB miner instead of CAST?
SRB does not offer any performance advantage, it is more complicate to set up and actually performance is very erratical, since any time you restart it, you may get a different hash rate, at least for me.

I have been using it for a couple of days on 2 rigs one with Vegas and the other with RX580 and I could not find any plus VS Cast.
Just wondering if I am missing something.

im curious, which part is complicated to set up?

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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May 26, 2018, 04:04:42 PM
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Hello Doc,

Thank you for the wonderful miner.

I've upgraded two of my Vega64 rigs from 8 to 10 cards per rig, and had to ditch the blockchain driver in order to support 10 cards.
With the new driver xmr-stak is not performing so well as with the blockchain driver, and I made a test between xmr-stak, cast-xmr and srb.

The results are excellent in favor of the SRB:

10 x Vega64 1408/950 GPU & 1100/950 MEM:

srb miner - 20100 h/s - 0.85% fee = 19930 total  
xmr-stak - 19454 h/s - 0% fee (I'm compiling my version with the dev fee removed, as 2% default is a bit high) = 19454 total
cast-xmr - 19900 h/s - 1.5% fee = 19600 total

Also from the 3 miners only SRB continued to mine with 1 card crashed (with 9 of 10 cards), and the bus ID reorder made it very easily to find which card is this and to tune its mem down a bit.

So I want to thank you and congratulate you for the excellent miner. You also have a very reasonable dev fee so I'm planning to deploy the miner on all of my rigs.

I have the following feature request, that I will be very happy, if it could be addressed.
Is it possible to add a pool priority (xmr stak has this option) so if the primary pool fails and the miner switches to the secondary pool, the miner to start to mine to the primary pool again when it's up again?
Easy walkaround could be if that's hard to implement, to enable a scheduled pool reload  (at this moment at the reload, the miner connects to the primary pool if it's not connected).

Regards

Hi and thank you for the kind words  Smiley

The feature you want is on the wishlist and soon it will be implemented, possibly in the next version.

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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