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Author Topic: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.9.3 - native algo switching  (Read 235698 times)
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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 ?

SRBMiner-MULTI thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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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?

SRBMiner-MULTI 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.

SRBMiner-MULTI thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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May 26, 2018, 04:27:40 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.

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May 26, 2018, 05:03:05 PM
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After a bit of playing with frequencies, I get with crypto heavy 2120H/s

3X RX570 with ETH bios mod.

1180C/2130M. I = 45. I can't tweak my display GPU frequencies, it's blocked at 1180MHz core (loosing at least 100H/s). Can't flash the bios because of win 10 build 1803 that hates ATIflash.
1240C/2040M. I = 59
1240C/2040M. I = 59
Power at wall: 330W

Once you manage to get SRB stable, the hasrate seems to be rocks stable (less than 1% margin).

I briefly tried other miners, there were much slower and had issues launching my display GPU.


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May 26, 2018, 05:03:29 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.

Cheers.
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May 26, 2018, 05:07:31 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.
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May 26, 2018, 05:12:35 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.
What speed you got on RX 580 on CAST on criptonightv7 and heavy-v7?
The short answer is the same as with SRB.

The long one is that with Cast I was never able to get over 930hs stable for at least a day, where with SRB I was able once to get  970/980hs stable for few hours, yet it happened only once and never happened again. Also I see that any time I restart SRB, even restarting the whole rig, performance variates a lot: from 820 to 920Hs, even keeping the same settings and overclocking. a bit of a lottery.
When I run Cast or Claymore for ethereum, I get the same Hs rate all the times.
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May 26, 2018, 05:51:35 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.

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.

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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.

Cheers.


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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