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Author Topic: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.9.3 - native algo switching  (Read 237213 times)
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May 26, 2018, 06:20:04 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.

im curious, which part is complicated to set up?
Copmpared to Cast there is a lot more to write/fill up and syntax to tace care of.
All the intensity stuff, although may not be very complicated is completely unnecessary on Cast.
Also to set up separate .bat file for multiple wallets/pools on Cast is a breeze, you cannot say the same for SRB.
Also I can set a worker/rig name on Cast very easily, but it is not the case with SRB.
On the read me file is written the command for it, but is not explained precisely where to put it and the correct syntax.

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you say this : "Is funny ho people get touchy on this matters.
0.7% dev difference fees is nothing, especially with all the up and down you get during a mining session days long.
Cast has improved its performance of over 10% over the past 6 months, so for me the 1.5% dev fee is just nothing."

and ask srb dev why u must put 1-2 words in .bat file? you very funy.

Cast over 10% in 6 months? WOW srb start with 10 % more HR.
I have more HR on SRB miner. Cast is sucks and 1.5 dev fee is suck.
Xmr-stak with 0% fee is ok but to small HR.
If you dont like SRB miner  BAY BAY go lose your money on CAST topic and pay 1,5 fee.
I like 0,8 fee and more HR. and i write 2-3 words in .bat file. this is NOTHING not 0,7% dev dee difference.

How many time you lose for change  coin and pool? in srb mine i lose 2 sec per pool and coin. You ? must restart miner and start  other .bat.

thi is very very complicated in cast and very easy in srbminer


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May 26, 2018, 06:22:06 PM
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can you explain with english words what do you want to say, cause i still can't read minds ?
Smiley

I am confused with the numbering.

Sapphire RX 560 4Gb Nitro - with cn-v7 464 h/s, but with cn-heavy 594 h/s. Why? Intensity = 0 (auto).
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May 26, 2018, 06:22:20 PM
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Hi,
It's not easy to fairly compare miners because we all have different hardware and software.
I tested XMR-STAK and CAST-XMR
SRBMiner works best for me: highest hashrate, lowest consumption, and it is very stable.
I reboot my rig every other day or so, every time the hashrate is the same (between 7838 and 7855 h/s)
Thank you very much Dok for this efficient miner!
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May 26, 2018, 06:25:25 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.

I have never experienced a more stable miner for Ellesmere and Vega.  Besides SRB has a 0.85% fee,
Cast has a 1.5% fee.  Do I need a better reason?  Perhaps it's just you.
Is funny ho people get touchy on this matters.

0.7% dev difference fees is nothing, especially with all the up and down you get during a mining session days long.
Cast has improved its performance of over 10% over the past 6 months, so for me the 1.5% dev fee is just nothing.
As for stability I was able to run cast for 7 days in a row without a rate drop, although I do not need that very often since I switch coin/wallets more often than that.

I don't mean you personally, I mean your setup.  My RX470 8GB are doing 1070h/s with heavy and I never have to touch them for anything.
The same goes for the Vega56s with C7, although I am running them at 880mv now for cooling reasons.  Regardless, best for whatever works for you.
Maybe your RX470 have Samsung memory which allow for Hs rates above 1000 without many tricks. My RX580, they have hynix memory, which works well for Ethereum mining but not as well for Cryptonight mining.
Anyway I am not giving up on SRB, it is just that it seems it needs more parameters than Cast and that it is a long learning curve.
Cheers.
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May 26, 2018, 06:29:19 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.

I have never experienced a more stable miner for Ellesmere and Vega.  Besides SRB has a 0.85% fee,
Cast has a 1.5% fee.  Do I need a better reason?  Perhaps it's just you.
Is funny ho people get touchy on this matters.

0.7% dev difference fees is nothing, especially with all the up and down you get during a mining session days long.
Cast has improved its performance of over 10% over the past 6 months, so for me the 1.5% dev fee is just nothing.
As for stability I was able to run cast for 7 days in a row without a rate drop, although I do not need that very often since I switch coin/wallets more often than that.

I don't mean you personally, I mean your setup.  My RX470 8GB are doing 1070h/s with heavy and I never have to touch them for anything.
The same goes for the Vega56s with C7, although I am running them at 880mv now for cooling reasons.  Regardless, best for whatever works for you.
Maybe your RX470 have Samsung memory which allow for Hs rates above 1000 without many tricks. My RX580, they have hynix memory, which works well for Ethereum mining but not as well for Cryptonight mining.
Anyway I am not giving up on SRB, it is just that it seems it needs more parameters than Cast and that it is a long learning curve.
Cheers.


YA . this is very complicated. srb.bat have more than 2-3 words Smiley you must study for a few months Smiley
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May 26, 2018, 06:31:58 PM
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test rx560 card
1.5.4 rate high
1.5.5.1 rate low

570 8 gb too

algo heavy
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May 26, 2018, 06:36:22 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.

I have never experienced a more stable miner for Ellesmere and Vega.  Besides SRB has a 0.85% fee,
Cast has a 1.5% fee.  Do I need a better reason?  Perhaps it's just you.
Is funny ho people get touchy on this matters.

0.7% dev difference fees is nothing, especially with all the up and down you get during a mining session days long.
Cast has improved its performance of over 10% over the past 6 months, so for me the 1.5% dev fee is just nothing.
As for stability I was able to run cast for 7 days in a row without a rate drop, although I do not need that very often since I switch coin/wallets more often than that.

I don't mean you personally, I mean your setup.  My RX470 8GB are doing 1070h/s with heavy and I never have to touch them for anything.
The same goes for the Vega56s with C7, although I am running them at 880mv now for cooling reasons.  Regardless, best for whatever works for you.
Maybe your RX470 have Samsung memory which allow for Hs rates above 1000 without many tricks. My RX580, they have hynix memory, which works well for Ethereum mining but not as well for Cryptonight mining.
Anyway I am not giving up on SRB, it is just that it seems it needs more parameters than Cast and that it is a long learning curve.
Cheers.


Is your RX 580 a 4GB version ? Only the 8GB Polaris can get above 1000H/s on heavy.
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May 26, 2018, 06:57:16 PM
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Guys how to add static difficulty for pool ? is that --diff  option ?

static diff format should be from pool, so which pool is it?

sorry I was absent, saw your reply now. Thank you.
I need it for nanopool ..
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May 26, 2018, 07:32:39 PM
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Guys how to add static difficulty for pool ? is that --diff  option ?

static diff format should be from pool, so which pool is it?

sorry I was absent, saw your reply now. Thank you.
I need it for nanopool ..


Nanopool does not allow clients to set difficulty. For XMR, the difficulty is 120000.
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May 26, 2018, 07:51:02 PM
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Maybe your RX470 have Samsung memory which allow for Hs rates above 1000 without many tricks. My RX580, they have hynix memory, which works well for Ethereum mining but not as well for Cryptonight mining.
Anyway I am not giving up on SRB, it is just that it seems it needs more parameters than Cast and that it is a long learning curve.
Cheers.


i never used cast, but looking at the parameters, how does one set intensity and stuff like that? I don't see any option for tuning or optimisation?

SRBMiner-MULTI thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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May 26, 2018, 07:55:35 PM
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Maybe your RX470 have Samsung memory which allow for Hs rates above 1000 without many tricks. My RX580, they have hynix memory, which works well for Ethereum mining but not as well for Cryptonight mining.
Anyway I am not giving up on SRB, it is just that it seems it needs more parameters than Cast and that it is a long learning curve.
Cheers.


i never used cast, but looking at the parameters, how does one set intensity and stuff like that? I don't see any option for tuning or optimisation?

I don't think there is. Cast-XMR is primarily for Vega.  Support was added later for other cards later, iirc.
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May 26, 2018, 08:17:46 PM
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any have vega 56 nitro+? hynix memory

HR on hevy? bios 56 or 64? setup overdirive?

thx

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May 26, 2018, 10:15:26 PM
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any have vega 56 nitro+? hynix memory

HR on hevy? bios 56 or 64? setup overdirive?

thx
mine vega 56 red devil hynix memory bios 56.
cclock 1480/910 mclock 930/900 1490 h/s with intensity 60 and then 56.
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Maybe your RX470 have Samsung memory which allow for Hs rates above 1000 without many tricks. My RX580, they have hynix memory, which works well for Ethereum mining but not as well for Cryptonight mining.
Anyway I am not giving up on SRB, it is just that it seems it needs more parameters than Cast and that it is a long learning curve.
Cheers.


i never used cast, but looking at the parameters, how does one set intensity and stuff like that? I don't see any option for tuning or optimisation?

I don't think there is. Cast-XMR is primarily for Vega.  Support was added later for other cards later, iirc.
someone said -I for intensity but I believed the developer never mention about it, so not sure it's true or not.
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May 26, 2018, 11:24:56 PM
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any have vega 56 nitro+? hynix memory

HR on hevy? bios 56 or 64? setup overdirive?

thx
mine vega 56 red devil hynix memory bios 56.
cclock 1480/910 mclock 930/900 1490 h/s with intensity 60 and then 56.

good results for hynix.
powerlimit? -20%? softpowertable? how much it consumes electricity?

i have nitro 56 with 64 bios but not stable:(
referent card with samsung mem is the best-1550+ only 140-150W per card- 1100/900mv mem
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May 27, 2018, 01:20:41 AM
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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.

I have never experienced a more stable miner for Ellesmere and Vega.  Besides SRB has a 0.85% fee,
Cast has a 1.5% fee.  Do I need a better reason?  Perhaps it's just you.
Is funny ho people get touchy on this matters.

0.7% dev difference fees is nothing, especially with all the up and down you get during a mining session days long.
Cast has improved its performance of over 10% over the past 6 months, so for me the 1.5% dev fee is just nothing.
As for stability I was able to run cast for 7 days in a row without a rate drop, although I do not need that very often since I switch coin/wallets more often than that.

I don't mean you personally, I mean your setup.  My RX470 8GB are doing 1070h/s with heavy and I never have to touch them for anything.
The same goes for the Vega56s with C7, although I am running them at 880mv now for cooling reasons.  Regardless, best for whatever works for you.
Maybe your RX470 have Samsung memory which allow for Hs rates above 1000 without many tricks. My RX580, they have hynix memory, which works well for Ethereum mining but not as well for Cryptonight mining.
Anyway I am not giving up on SRB, it is just that it seems it needs more parameters than Cast and that it is a long learning curve.
Cheers.


Is your RX 580 a 4GB version ? Only the 8GB Polaris can get above 1000H/s on heavy.
I have a few Gigabyte RX580 8GB Gaming with modded BIOS, but with Cast on Heavy, they normally do not go more 890/920hs, sometime they spike above 1000hs for a few seconds but that is all.
Yesterday while I was testing SRB (with intensity 59) they went at 970/80 for a couple of hours and stable. Then when I did further tests, even with the exact same settings, they never went more than 870/890hs with SRB.  I normally use GPU 1300,1050 and Memory 2150,850 with OverDrive Tool.

Then I have a rig with few Vegas 64/56 reference cards, with Samsung memory, but so far I get better results with Cast rather than SRB. Both CAST and SRB are stable, although I have 7 months of experience with Cast and I can have it running for consecutive days with not HS drop or crashes. I heard that SBR is also very stable but I have not run it more than a day.
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May 27, 2018, 02:08:25 AM
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any have vega 56 nitro+? hynix memory

HR on hevy? bios 56 or 64? setup overdirive?

thx
mine vega 56 red devil hynix memory bios 56.
cclock 1480/910 mclock 930/900 1490 h/s with intensity 60 and then 56.

good results for hynix.
powerlimit? -20%? softpowertable? how much it consumes electricity?

i have nitro 56 with 64 bios but not stable:(
referent card with samsung mem is the best-1550+ only 140-150W per card- 1100/900mv mem

powerlimit 0% I create custom softpowerplaytable from overdriventool,my understanding softpowerplaytable to make your undervolt work if you use overdriventool, but at the same time it will consume more power even if you not mining compare without sppt. Of course undervolt in overdriventool should above from sppt. My experience all non reff card if you modded with bios 64 will not stable even for samsung non reff. So better you flash back with original bios.

Not sure how much power consumption,but it should around 150w.
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May 27, 2018, 04:32:25 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?


hi doc, any clue?? thanks

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May 27, 2018, 05:52:19 AM
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I have a few Gigabyte RX580 8GB Gaming with modded BIOS, but with Cast on Heavy, they normally do not go more 890/920hs, sometime they spike above 1000hs for a few seconds but that is all.
Yesterday while I was testing SRB (with intensity 59) they went at 970/80 for a couple of hours and stable. Then when I did further tests, even with the exact same settings, they never went more than 870/890hs with SRB.  I normally use GPU 1300,1050 and Memory 2150,850 with OverDrive Tool.

Then I have a rig with few Vegas 64/56 reference cards, with Samsung memory, but so far I get better results with Cast rather than SRB. Both CAST and SRB are stable, although I have 7 months of experience with Cast and I can have it running for consecutive days with not HS drop or crashes. I heard that SBR is also very stable but I have not run it more than a day.


Seems for some memories (Hynix or Micron ?) there is a very specific strap to apply.
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I have a few Gigabyte RX580 8GB Gaming with modded BIOS, but with Cast on Heavy, they normally do not go more 890/920hs, sometime they spike above 1000hs for a few seconds but that is all.
Yesterday while I was testing SRB (with intensity 59) they went at 970/80 for a couple of hours and stable. Then when I did further tests, even with the exact same settings, they never went more than 870/890hs with SRB.  I normally use GPU 1300,1050 and Memory 2150,850 with OverDrive Tool.

Then I have a rig with few Vegas 64/56 reference cards, with Samsung memory, but so far I get better results with Cast rather than SRB. Both CAST and SRB are stable, although I have 7 months of experience with Cast and I can have it running for consecutive days with not HS drop or crashes. I heard that SBR is also very stable but I have not run it more than a day.


Seems for some memories (Hynix or Micron ?) there is a very specific strap to apply.

same trouble! can't turn off auto fan! any ideas?
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