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Author Topic: SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.9.3 - native algo switching  (Read 229083 times)
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October 19, 2018, 05:24:34 PM
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pagefile = number of cards * card memory amount + 2

example: 6x RX with 8GB = 6*8+2 = 50 - so type 50000 min/max
Yo, kind like that >> I even use 60GB for page file.
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October 19, 2018, 05:51:44 PM
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pagefile = number of cards * card memory amount + 2

example: 6x RX with 8GB = 6*8+2 = 50 - so type 50000 min/max
Yo, kind like that >> I even use 60GB for page file.

strange thing is that, I've set min 24gb and max 32gb
 I am using just 2 cards (vega FE and a rx550 just for display) for another system and I have 16gb of ram and it's still not enough
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October 19, 2018, 06:28:19 PM
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can anyone help me, after switching from monero7 to monero8, my hashrates went from 2156 to 1275. what extra stuff is needed with this fork to get my hashrates back please?
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October 19, 2018, 06:45:11 PM
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SRBMiner 1.6.8 AMD 16.1 Vega 56(stock-bios) Pulse @ 1547 950


Cnv7:HBCC-on:2050H/s
Intensity 120 Worksize 8

Cnv8:HBCC-off:1950H/s
Cnv8:HBCC-on:1200H/s
Intensity 120 Worksize 16

Comments?! what am i missing?
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October 19, 2018, 06:48:23 PM
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can anyone help me, after switching from monero7 to monero8, my hashrates went from 2156 to 1275. what extra stuff is needed with this fork to get my hashrates back please?
Yes. read a few pages back in the thread.
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October 19, 2018, 07:02:38 PM
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pagefile = number of cards * card memory amount + 2

example: 6x RX with 8GB = 6*8+2 = 50 - so type 50000 min/max

alright, thank you guys for that input!
I have 4x furys 4gb + 2x 390 hawaiis 8gb cards in this particular rig which means I need to set my pagefile to at least 34gb = 4x4+2x8+2

When I set 34 GB I had the same problem, srbminer not running but looks like when I set it to 48GB all cards seems to be finally running fine,

but now I have another issue/question for you guys specifically the fury card owners.
While my hawaiis are easily reaching ~730 h/s with this new CN-pow8 algo, my furys are not!
They barely reach 400 h/s which I find unacceptable and is exactly half the hashrate I had before compared to mining with claymore's miner on CN-pow7.

What miner settings do you suggest so I can get the most our of furys since they are running even colder than before
As of right now, I'm using these default settings on my furys and hawaiis and getting these hashrates in the images below

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Thanks a lot!
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October 19, 2018, 07:04:46 PM
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can anyone help me, after switching from monero7 to monero8, my hashrates went from 2156 to 1275. what extra stuff is needed with this fork to get my hashrates back please?
Yes. read a few pages back in the thread.

instead of being a wise-ass, you could just help out. there's 238 pages. a few pages back could mean alot
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October 19, 2018, 07:20:42 PM
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can anyone help me, after switching from monero7 to monero8, my hashrates went from 2156 to 1275. what extra stuff is needed with this fork to get my hashrates back please?
Yes. read a few pages back in the thread.

instead of being a wise-ass, you could just help out. there's 238 pages. a few pages back could mean alot

instead of being a dumb-ass, you could just read like everyone else.
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October 19, 2018, 07:23:43 PM
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can anyone help me, after switching from monero7 to monero8, my hashrates went from 2156 to 1275. what extra stuff is needed with this fork to get my hashrates back please?
Yes. read a few pages back in the thread.

instead of being a wise-ass, you could just help out. there's 238 pages. a few pages back could mean alot

instead of being a dumb-ass, you could just read like everyone else.

why is it so easy to be a troll yet so hard to help someone out? and nice of you to assume that i didnt read at all before posting. please continue being an internet troll.
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October 19, 2018, 07:41:51 PM
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why is it so easy to be a troll yet so hard to help someone out? and nice of you to assume that i didnt read at all before posting. please continue being an internet troll.

The fork was yesterday. Go and open few pages and read. (arse-hole) Troll is a guy who didn't ask this question yesterday when profits were low due to big difficulty and no miners to find the block, but today when profits are triple. So go ahead, open just a few pages and do your homework. And that homework was supposed to happen BEFORE the fork, if you actually have any machines that you bought with your own money and need to pay for them. So stop complaining and start reading!


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October 19, 2018, 08:05:11 PM
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@doktor83 The RX 550 cards are noticeably slower with NormalV8 when there are other cards in the rig. Wasn't like that with v7. I hope you can fix it if possible.
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October 19, 2018, 08:38:20 PM
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why is it so easy to be a troll yet so hard to help someone out? and nice of you to assume that i didnt read at all before posting. please continue being an internet troll.

The fork was yesterday. Go and open few pages and read. (arse-hole) Troll is a guy who didn't ask this question yesterday when profits were low due to big difficulty and no miners to find the block, but today when profits are triple. So go ahead, open just a few pages and do your homework. And that homework was supposed to happen BEFORE the fork, if you actually have any machines that you bought with your own money and need to pay for them. So stop complaining and start reading!




another piece of human feces emerges. thanks for the help. I hope you never need help and someone tells you to go read a bunch of pages filled with different info for different cards and situations.
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October 19, 2018, 08:54:15 PM
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Can someone help me to create a batch for set gpu and mem voltages?Huh

+ "startup_script" can be used to run a script (batch file) before miner starts. You can for example set clocks, voltages, etc. specific to that algo
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October 19, 2018, 09:05:01 PM
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why is it so easy to be a troll yet so hard to help someone out? and nice of you to assume that i didnt read at all before posting. please continue being an internet troll.

The fork was yesterday. Go and open few pages and read. (arse-hole) Troll is a guy who didn't ask this question yesterday when profits were low due to big difficulty and no miners to find the block, but today when profits are triple. So go ahead, open just a few pages and do your homework. And that homework was supposed to happen BEFORE the fork, if you actually have any machines that you bought with your own money and need to pay for them. So stop complaining and start reading!




another piece of human feces emerges. thanks for the help. I hope you never need help and someone tells you to go read a bunch of pages filled with different info for different cards and situations.
...for different cards and different situations... sigh... you did not describe your cards and your situation, just told us your hash rates. And then you start complaining. That helps.
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October 19, 2018, 09:37:23 PM
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can anyone help me, after switching from monero7 to monero8, my hashrates went from 2156 to 1275. what extra stuff is needed with this fork to get my hashrates back please?
Yes. read a few pages back in the thread.

instead of being a wise-ass, you could just help out. there's 238 pages. a few pages back could mean alot

instead of being lazy you could've read out last few pages.  Your 1 line explanation of problem deserved that kind of answer.

another piece of human feces emerges. thanks for the help. I hope you never need help and someone tells you to go read a bunch of pages filled with different info for different cards and situations.

if you'd read last few pages in thread you could've explained your problem better.  With hashrate dropping from x to y it's like needle in a haystack problem.
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October 19, 2018, 09:39:07 PM
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For pagefile - that means that you have other things that  uses pagefile.
hawaii - usually works best with 3 threads, not sure for fury's
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October 19, 2018, 11:33:10 PM
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http://prntscr.com/l85hic why i see this?
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October 20, 2018, 12:03:38 AM
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1 rig  4 x vega56 + 2 x rx570   9400hs  1040watts at the wall

All my rx 570s hashing exactly same on v8 940hs.
My rx 550s are at 450hs each
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October 20, 2018, 12:05:35 AM
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@doktor83 The RX 550 cards are noticeably slower with NormalV8 when there are other cards in the rig. Wasn't like that with v7. I hope you can fix it if possible.

This probably wont change as they are weaker cards. Mine are running at just under half of a rx570 which is what I expected.
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October 20, 2018, 03:17:07 AM
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did anyone release a video card in supportxmr.com
miner  AMD GPU Miner V1.6.8
bat file?
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SRBMiner-CN.exe -o stratum+tcp://pool.supportxmr.com:5555 -u 4JUdGzvrMFDWrUUwY3toJATSeNwjn54LkCnKBPRzDuhzi5vSepHfUckJNxRL2gjkNrSqtCoRUrEDAgR wsQvVCjZbRwhsZffhrHA6Shmehm -p change:borisivanov@gmail.com --auto --config Config\config-normalv8.txt
pause

That does not work , it still is looking for the pools.txt file
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