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July 24, 2018, 07:56:14 AM
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Does this miner works with the old R9 280x ?
                       
Anyone tried?

yes it works

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July 24, 2018, 09:34:50 AM
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SRB is best for my 4xR380 (CN7 - 740H/s per card - 1050/1600Mhz) but very unstable: "application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware".
The same problems as default settings (1000/1500Mhz). Driver 18.5.1 whql, Win10 (1803). Claymore 11.3 is OK.

What settings for RX580 8Gb? I got only 820H/s in CN7 (intensity 60/8/2, 1430/2200Mhz).
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July 24, 2018, 09:44:35 AM
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SRB is best for my 4xR380 (CN7 - 740H/s per card - 1050/1600Mhz) but very unstable: "application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware".
The same problems as default settings (1000/1500Mhz). Driver 18.5.1 whql, Win10 (1803). Claymore 11.3 is OK.

What settings for RX580 8Gb? I got only 820H/s in CN7 (intensity 60/8/2, 1430/2200Mhz).

Application blocked text = driver crash
Try with 1 thread, i had better results with 1 thread when testing on 380 4g.

56/8/2 is ok for 580 8g.
Are you using a custom strap? Memory brand?

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner-CN thread - HERE    |   SRBMiner-MULTI thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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July 24, 2018, 11:01:50 AM
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Hi! Are there plans to support the purk algorithm?

Nope, it's not cryptonight algo.


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Based on Boolberry & CryptoNote technology,...

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July 24, 2018, 11:04:04 AM
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Hi! Are there plans to support the purk algorithm?

Nope, it's not cryptonight algo.


From Purk's page:
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Based on Boolberry & CryptoNote technology,...

From purk.miner.rocks :

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Please use supported mining apps and configs for wildkeccak

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner-CN thread - HERE    |   SRBMiner-MULTI thread - HERE
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July 24, 2018, 11:12:21 AM
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Hi! Are there plans to support the purk algorithm?

Nope, it's not cryptonight algo.


From Purk's page:
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Based on Boolberry & CryptoNote technology,...

If you read the ANN thread, algo is wild keccak...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3213127.0
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July 24, 2018, 11:31:26 AM
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SRB is best for my 4xR380 (CN7 - 740H/s per card - 1050/1600Mhz) but very unstable: "application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware".
The same problems as default settings (1000/1500Mhz). Driver 18.5.1 whql, Win10 (1803). Claymore 11.3 is OK.

What settings for RX580 8Gb? I got only 820H/s in CN7 (intensity 60/8/2, 1430/2200Mhz).

Application blocked text = driver crash
Try with 1 thread, i had better results with 1 thread when testing on 380 4g.

56/8/2 is ok for 580 8g.
Are you using a custom strap? Memory brand?

Thanks, now intensity 56, thread 1 - 700H/s (R380 2g, samsung) looks stable. (previous 31/8/2 - 740H/s)

RX580 in default (no custom straps/mem). But not bad in Heavy algo - 1000H/s
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July 24, 2018, 11:32:35 AM
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Hi! Are there plans to support the purk algorithm?

Nope, it's not cryptonight algo.


From Purk's page:
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Based on Boolberry & CryptoNote technology,...

If you read the ANN thread, algo is wild keccak...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3213127.0


I read, and plenty.

https://cryptonote.org/cns/cns008.txt

http://cpucoinlist.com/cryptocurrency-algorithms/wild-keccack/

The original question from UAGet was not inordinate.  It was a reasonable question.

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July 24, 2018, 11:36:30 AM
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SRB is best for my 4xR380 (CN7 - 740H/s per card - 1050/1600Mhz) but very unstable: "application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware".
The same problems as default settings (1000/1500Mhz). Driver 18.5.1 whql, Win10 (1803). Claymore 11.3 is OK.

What settings for RX580 8Gb? I got only 820H/s in CN7 (intensity 60/8/2, 1430/2200Mhz).

Application blocked text = driver crash
Try with 1 thread, i had better results with 1 thread when testing on 380 4g.

56/8/2 is ok for 580 8g.
Are you using a custom strap? Memory brand?

Thanks, now intensity 56, thread 1 - 700H/s (R380 2g, samsung) looks stable. (previous 31/8/2 - 740H/s)

RX580 in default (no custom straps/mem). But not bad in Heavy algo - 1000H/s

When i was testing r9 380 with double threads i could not go beyond intensity 28-29, it simply always crashed the driver.

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner-CN thread - HERE    |   SRBMiner-MULTI thread - HERE
http://www.srbminer.com
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July 24, 2018, 11:37:54 AM
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Hi! Are there plans to support the purk algorithm?

Nope, it's not cryptonight algo.


From Purk's page:
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Based on Boolberry & CryptoNote technology,...

If you read the ANN thread, algo is wild keccak...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3213127.0


I read, and plenty.

https://cryptonote.org/cns/cns008.txt

http://cpucoinlist.com/cryptocurrency-algorithms/wild-keccack/

The original question from UAGet was not inordinate.  It was a reasonable question.

so i checked out the opencl kernel of purk and it has nothing to do with cryptonight algo.
That's why there are wildkeccak miners for purk, not cryptonight miners.

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner-CN thread - HERE    |   SRBMiner-MULTI thread - HERE
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July 24, 2018, 12:18:30 PM
Last edit: July 24, 2018, 12:47:18 PM by chafer99
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SRB is best for my 4xR380 (CN7 - 740H/s per card - 1050/1600Mhz) but very unstable: "application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware".
The same problems as default settings (1000/1500Mhz). Driver 18.5.1 whql, Win10 (1803). Claymore 11.3 is OK.

What settings for RX580 8Gb? I got only 820H/s in CN7 (intensity 60/8/2, 1430/2200Mhz).

Application blocked text = driver crash
Try with 1 thread, i had better results with 1 thread when testing on 380 4g.

56/8/2 is ok for 580 8g.
Are you using a custom strap? Memory brand?

Thanks, now intensity 56, thread 1 - 700H/s (R380 2g, samsung) looks stable. (previous 31/8/2 - 740H/s)

RX580 in default (no custom straps/mem). But not bad in Heavy algo - 1000H/s

When i was testing r9 380 with double threads i could not go beyond intensity 28-29, it simply always crashed the driver.

at 31 intensity works, but after 4-5 hours driver crashed, (the same as 28-30 intensity).
https://imgur.com/oTgtb0p
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July 24, 2018, 09:42:20 PM
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SRB is best for my 4xR380 (CN7 - 740H/s per card - 1050/1600Mhz) but very unstable: "application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware".
The same problems as default settings (1000/1500Mhz). Driver 18.5.1 whql, Win10 (1803). Claymore 11.3 is OK.

What settings for RX580 8Gb? I got only 820H/s in CN7 (intensity 60/8/2, 1430/2200Mhz).

Application blocked text = driver crash
Try with 1 thread, i had better results with 1 thread when testing on 380 4g.

56/8/2 is ok for 580 8g.
Are you using a custom strap? Memory brand?

Thanks, now intensity 56, thread 1 - 700H/s (R380 2g, samsung) looks stable. (previous 31/8/2 - 740H/s)

RX580 in default (no custom straps/mem). But not bad in Heavy algo - 1000H/s

When i was testing r9 380 with double threads i could not go beyond intensity 28-29, it simply always crashed the driver.

at 31 intensity works, but after 4-5 hours driver crashed, (the same as 28-30 intensity).
https://imgur.com/oTgtb0p


Try to adjust your OC, most instabilities I've had could be solved by throwing more voltage at the cards or reducing the frequencies.
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July 25, 2018, 04:35:47 AM
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SRB is best for my 4xR380 (CN7 - 740H/s per card - 1050/1600Mhz) but very unstable: "application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware".
The same problems as default settings (1000/1500Mhz). Driver 18.5.1 whql, Win10 (1803). Claymore 11.3 is OK.

What settings for RX580 8Gb? I got only 820H/s in CN7 (intensity 60/8/2, 1430/2200Mhz).

Application blocked text = driver crash
Try with 1 thread, i had better results with 1 thread when testing on 380 4g.

56/8/2 is ok for 580 8g.
Are you using a custom strap? Memory brand?

Thanks, now intensity 56, thread 1 - 700H/s (R380 2g, samsung) looks stable. (previous 31/8/2 - 740H/s)

RX580 in default (no custom straps/mem). But not bad in Heavy algo - 1000H/s

When i was testing r9 380 with double threads i could not go beyond intensity 28-29, it simply always crashed the driver.

at 31 intensity works, but after 4-5 hours driver crashed, (the same as 28-30 intensity).
https://imgur.com/oTgtb0p


Try to adjust your OC, most instabilities I've had could be solved by throwing more voltage at the cards or reducing the frequencies.

Yes, i tried OC, other miners, algos, etc.(claymore pow7, zcash, ethash is OK). This problem (crash driver) they only cards conected to splitter-PCIe:
https://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/HTB167XXaBUSMeJjSszeq6AKgpXae/CY-PCI-e-Express-1x-to-4-Port-1x-Switch-Multiplier-Splitter-Hub-Riser-Card-with.jpg_640x640.jpg
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July 25, 2018, 09:44:50 AM
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how do you uses this miner with undervolting? With Afterburner? Because it does not support cvddc in config.
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July 25, 2018, 01:06:33 PM
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how do you uses this miner with undervolting? With Afterburner? Because it does not support cvddc in config.
via bios editing
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July 25, 2018, 01:26:28 PM
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how do you uses this miner with undervolting? With Afterburner? Because it does not support cvddc in config.
via bios editing

Or overdriventool. bios editing is a bit too invasive.
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July 25, 2018, 02:45:17 PM
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Hello,

We launched MoX few days ago with a new variant of CryptoNightV7 which consists of CryptoNight Lite and a tweak variant.
I'd really like to see the support added into SRBMiner as well

Please contact me about that !

Have a good day

Our github : https://github.com/mox-project/MoX
and here is the tweak in question :

#define VARIANT1_1(p) \
  do if (variant > 0) \
  { \
    const uint8_t tmp = ((const uint8_t*)(p))[11]; \
    static const uint32_t table = 0x75310; \
    const uint8_t index = (((tmp >> 8 ) & 6) | (tmp & 1)) << 1; \
    ((uint8_t*)(p))[11] = tmp ^ ((table >> index) & 0x30); \
} while(0)
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July 26, 2018, 06:17:25 AM
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solve trouble with variable rate rx 560 4 gb card on heavy

12 gpu rig work with 4 gb ram and 60 gb swap. rig work but with variable rate
change swap to 90 gb and rate stable high
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July 26, 2018, 08:46:42 AM
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solve trouble with variable rate rx 560 4 gb card on heavy

12 gpu rig work with 4 gb ram and 60 gb swap. rig work but with variable rate
change swap to 90 gb and rate stable high

thanks for this info, i will put it on first page in tips. 90gb insane for 12x4gb Smiley

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July 26, 2018, 01:41:08 PM
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Vega FEs are allergic to 18.3.4 and I'll get less hash-rate on Alloy/Heavy and CN7, on Alloy there is alot of STALE shares too, so the only viable driver is 18.6.1.

Results for a rig having 5 Vega FEs SRB Miner 1.6.4:
driver 18.6.1
CN7  = 11060 H/s
Alloy = 5670 H/s
note: Mining Alloy, on DevFee we get miner crash or error

driver 18.3.4
CN7  = 10900 H/s
Alloy = 5580 H/s
note: Mining Alloy, there is a lot of STALE shares.

Results for a rig having 5 Vega FEs SRB Miner 1.6.1:
driver 18.6.1
CN7  = 10910 H/s
Alloy = 5630 H/s

driver Blockchain Aug 23








Hello,

I was wondering if you could share how you setup your FE, I have one in which I cant seem to get working. I am trying to mine bittube with no success and if I do get it running it draws too much power.

CN7  = 10910 H/s
Alloy = 5630 H/s

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So in conclusion:
18.3.4 won't work for Vega FEs. For Alloy we have to use 1.6.1 and we get similar hashrates as blockchain driver.

Edited: The said crash/error occurs not on DevFee but right after when resuming!

Stales are not a problem if they are accepted,i guess the difficulty on the pool you use is low, and the pool sends jobs quickly, so that is why you get a lot of stales, but if they are accepted then you have no problem.
Also could you turn on logging (use --logfile log.txt in bat added) maybe i can get more info on the crash ?
If i understand you correctly only on 18.6.1 is the miner crashing, on 18.3.4 it isnt ?

Yes, I'll do this and see what we get. Regarding the drivers, I think 18.3.4 is just not working for me, even on CN7 I get lower hash-rate simiar to what I used to get on Blockchain driver about 150 H/s less or 50 H/s less on heavy/Alloy, but 18.6.1 has been very stable for me. So I avoid 18.3.4 totally. As for heavy/Alloy algo while using the SRB 1.6.4, I get GPU crash right after DevFee sometimes recovers after resetting the miner but other times I have to close the miner and restart it manually. I noticed this happened on 1.6.1 too but apparently less often. I don't have a clue what the cause could be, but I guess it might be something to do with change of algo from Alloy to DevFee and back. Unfortunately I have not had the chance to try any other heavy algo yet. I'll set the log and see what happens and come back. Thanks

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