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April 20, 2018, 02:48:19 PM
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why i have - socket was closed while recriving data ? CN heavy
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April 20, 2018, 03:59:10 PM
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Something is acting up with CN-heavy, I remember someone posted before, you can get 2 speeds, one high speed (e.g. 1000h/s) or 10% lower (900h/s). I have to start the miner almost a dozen times so that I can get the right speed (1000h/s). Can you look into it? It keeps that high speed later on, unless the pool disconnects, then there's a big chance it will start with lower speed.
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April 20, 2018, 04:23:58 PM
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hello guys i'm experiencing problem downloading from mega.. anybody else??? Undecided
is working right now...
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April 20, 2018, 04:39:01 PM
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i have two rigs with mixed gpu. rx 470 and 570 4/8 gb memory from different producers
getting 820-890 with those settings
        { "id" : 0, "intensity" : 56, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2},
   { "id" : 1, "intensity" : 56, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2},
   { "id" : 2, "intensity" : 54, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2},
   { "id" : 3, "intensity" : 59, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2},
   { "id" : 4, "intensity" : 54, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2},
   { "id" : 5, "intensity" : 56, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2},
   { "id" : 6, "intensity" : 56, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2},
   { "id" : 7, "intensity" : 55, "worksize" : 8, "threads" : 2},
all my gpu are firmware tweaked... (different straps)
my aferburner settings are stock core clock and 2100 memclock... 920 mv
id 5 and id 3 are 8gb gpus, the rests are 4gb
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April 20, 2018, 04:59:12 PM
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This is my problem :

Careful eyes would notice that ;  between 2 configuration everything is same except left side, one RX 580 card from 1250 MHZ to -->1380 mhz (default clock) restored (GPU1), but where is the hash change , for monero ?

Dear DOc, it was a known problem for sgminer , on stats what GPUnumber : what hash rate: What temp/clock values, never matches, it is a crazy game for multi gpu systems..

Do you think you can do something?


Addition: Actually what we need is the number of shares submitted for each (real)GPU number ? Only so, We can optimize each GPU is working healthy ..or compare it for wrong overclock/underclock.

https://abload.de/img/hash_confuse11dpx0.jpg

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[...] it was a known problem for sgminer , on stats what GPUnumber : what hash rate: What temp/clock values, never matches, it is a crazy game for multi gpu systems.. [...]



i increment core clock by 1 MHz for each next card, this way i know for sure which is which.
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April 20, 2018, 07:01:09 PM
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after fail mining at dev fee pool, 1 mimute nothing and after this duplicat share...

 https://jpst.it/1e0PC
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April 20, 2018, 07:07:05 PM
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after fail mining at dev fee pool, 1 mimute nothing and after this duplicat share...

 https://jpst.it/1e0PC


download 1.4.6, i added duplicate share protection.

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner thread - HERE
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April 20, 2018, 07:18:52 PM
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after fail mining at dev fee pool, 1 mimute nothing and after this duplicat share...

 https://jpst.it/1e0PC


download 1.4.6, i added duplicate share protection.

ok thx Smiley and why 1 min down time ?  try in few min again would be > than 1 min to nothing ?

thx for your great work !
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April 20, 2018, 07:20:26 PM
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after fail mining at dev fee pool, 1 mimute nothing and after this duplicat share...

 https://jpst.it/1e0PC


download 1.4.6, i added duplicate share protection.

ok thx Smiley and why 1 min down time ?

it tried 1 min to connect to devfee and because it couldnt it switched back to mine for you

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner thread - HERE
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April 20, 2018, 07:21:53 PM
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hello dok, in my 6950 I get 355 h / s with I 54.5 W 16 with OC 840/1250 usekernel 3, 90% similar to claymore 9.7, sincerely I would like you to explain how the usekernel option works to better understand the configuration, thanks and congratulations for the work done to these old gpu.

I also have a 6870 with I 22.5 W 8 and I get 170 ~ 200 h / s with OC 950/1150 usekernel 3, with claymore 9.7 I get 250, I think it can improve a bit, thank.

If you need access to my platform to perform tests, I'm willing to help.
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hello dok, in my 6950 I get 355 h / s with I 54.5 W 16 with OC 840/1250 usekernel 3, 90% similar to claymore 9.7, sincerely I would like you to explain how the usekernel option works to better understand the configuration, thanks and congratulations for the work done to these old gpu.

I also have a 6870 with I 22.5 W 8 and I get 170 ~ 200 h / s with OC 950/1150 usekernel 3, with claymore 9.7 I get 250, I think it can improve a bit, thank.

If you need access to my platform to perform tests, I'm willing to help.

simple, those are opencl kernels. 1 is for gcn cards, 2 is same kernel like 1 but changed a few rhing to make it work on old cards, 3 and 4 is something i was experimenting.

SRBPolaris thread - HERE   |   SRBMiner thread - HERE
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April 20, 2018, 07:48:34 PM
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hello dok, in my 6950 I get 355 h / s with I 54.5 W 16 with OC 840/1250 usekernel 3, 90% similar to claymore 9.7, sincerely I would like you to explain how the usekernel option works to better understand the configuration, thanks and congratulations for the work done to these old gpu.

I also have a 6870 with I 22.5 W 8 and I get 170 ~ 200 h / s with OC 950/1150 usekernel 3, with claymore 9.7 I get 250, I think it can improve a bit, thank.

If you need access to my platform to perform tests, I'm willing to help.

simple, those are opencl kernels. 1 is for gcn cards, 2 is same kernel like 1 but changed a few rhing to make it work on old cards, 3 and 4 is something i was experimenting.


Thanks DOK, do you recommend using kernel 2 for those cards?
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April 20, 2018, 07:50:15 PM
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Hi there, I've had a problem with every miner around since the monero pow change, since the only miner I was able to use was Claymore 9.7beta without it crashing my display drivers.
I've tried xmr-stak, xmrig-amd, newer claymore's (No ASM bin found for my old card.) and about anything else that is supposed to work, I've compiled all the ones available and tried
with stock binaries on windows..

Display drivers crash no matter which version I try.. 14.4 15.7, 15.11-beta (for some reason this one is tricky to find.) Even tried the crimson edition beta which I've found out doesn't
actually include any assembler/disassembly tools for openCL.. Anywho..

Display card: AMD Ati Radeon 6530D (Evergeen or BeaverCreek as it picks it up everywhere.)
Cpu: AMD A6-3620 APU w/ the onboard 6530D

I've tried all 4 kernels out, all kill display, and of course can't get ADL to work, but I'd be highly surprised if that could even work at all anyways on this gpu.

All in all I really don't know what to do, or even try anymore.. I'd lend a hand if I could for getting what is needed to make these A-Series APUs to work.  I haven't really seen anything in
the code for the other miners like xmrig/xmr-stak that would be a problem.. But I noted for some reason Claymore is posting exact driver versions for all of their releases, and wondering
how they are able to compile against them specifically, or if that just happens to be what they were using when compiling...

Any help is appreciated, and I'd love to get back to mining on my gpu, had a ton more shares and efficiency even at 42H/s and that's better than 0 since it's on 24/7 anyways.

Here are a couple screenshots for how it's acting and what it catches, and second is showing when display was killed and came back.
https://imgur.com/a/mBtohkv

Thanks, you really are saving miner's lives with this miner and I hope you keep at it.. So I tip my hat to you Doc.

hi, remove drivers with Display Driver Uninstaller, install 14.4 and try SRBMINER 1.4.6 --userkernel 4 for XMR use "normalv7"

and start with a very low intensity like 5, and only 1 thread

Ok well I used DDU and found the correct 14.4 drivers.. seems the last one wasn't actually installing for some reason.. anyways now all other miners work as well.
Only one issue really is the intensity setting, I can only go up to 2.0. 2.1 or higher kills display driver or gives the CL invalid buffer.. tried all 4 kernels and worksizes, kernel 2 seems to be the best
at 14H/s compared to 12-13H/s on 3 & 4 kernels.  I was wondering if the gpu kernels having "256" in them as being the hash size? and if so, is there a way to lower or give a CLI option to change them or
maybe a 128 version? If that isn't the case, oh well.
(126 intensity seemed to be the optimal number for xmr-stak for some odd reason, also with a 35.9H/s which isn't to far off of the original claymore 9.7's 42H/s with low intensity mode on before v7.)

Does anyone know how to keep windows and everything from being totally unusable on all these miners?
(like clay's -li low intensity mode, which doesn't seem to be related at all to actual intensity.)


Best of luck to everyone.
Keep us posted, I have the same issues with Radeon 5770.
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April 20, 2018, 07:58:02 PM
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Hi there, I've had a problem with every miner around since the monero pow change, since the only miner I was able to use was Claymore 9.7beta without it crashing my display drivers.
I've tried xmr-stak, xmrig-amd, newer claymore's (No ASM bin found for my old card.) and about anything else that is supposed to work, I've compiled all the ones available and tried
with stock binaries on windows..

Display drivers crash no matter which version I try.. 14.4 15.7, 15.11-beta (for some reason this one is tricky to find.) Even tried the crimson edition beta which I've found out doesn't
actually include any assembler/disassembly tools for openCL.. Anywho..

Display card: AMD Ati Radeon 6530D (Evergeen or BeaverCreek as it picks it up everywhere.)
Cpu: AMD A6-3620 APU w/ the onboard 6530D

I've tried all 4 kernels out, all kill display, and of course can't get ADL to work, but I'd be highly surprised if that could even work at all anyways on this gpu.

All in all I really don't know what to do, or even try anymore.. I'd lend a hand if I could for getting what is needed to make these A-Series APUs to work.  I haven't really seen anything in
the code for the other miners like xmrig/xmr-stak that would be a problem.. But I noted for some reason Claymore is posting exact driver versions for all of their releases, and wondering
how they are able to compile against them specifically, or if that just happens to be what they were using when compiling...

Any help is appreciated, and I'd love to get back to mining on my gpu, had a ton more shares and efficiency even at 42H/s and that's better than 0 since it's on 24/7 anyways.

Here are a couple screenshots for how it's acting and what it catches, and second is showing when display was killed and came back.
https://imgur.com/a/mBtohkv

Thanks, you really are saving miner's lives with this miner and I hope you keep at it.. So I tip my hat to you Doc.

hi, remove drivers with Display Driver Uninstaller, install 14.4 and try SRBMINER 1.4.6 --userkernel 4 for XMR use "normalv7"

and start with a very low intensity like 5, and only 1 thread

Ok well I used DDU and found the correct 14.4 drivers.. seems the last one wasn't actually installing for some reason.. anyways now all other miners work as well.
Only one issue really is the intensity setting, I can only go up to 2.0. 2.1 or higher kills display driver or gives the CL invalid buffer.. tried all 4 kernels and worksizes, kernel 2 seems to be the best
at 14H/s compared to 12-13H/s on 3 & 4 kernels.  I was wondering if the gpu kernels having "256" in them as being the hash size? and if so, is there a way to lower or give a CLI option to change them or
maybe a 128 version? If that isn't the case, oh well.
(126 intensity seemed to be the optimal number for xmr-stak for some odd reason, also with a 35.9H/s which isn't to far off of the original claymore 9.7's 42H/s with low intensity mode on before v7.)

Does anyone know how to keep windows and everything from being totally unusable on all these miners?
(like clay's -li low intensity mode, which doesn't seem to be related at all to actual intensity.)


Best of luck to everyone.
Keep us posted, I have the same issues with Radeon 5770.

easy, lower the intensity and problem solved
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April 20, 2018, 08:06:13 PM
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Hi there, I've had a problem with every miner around since the monero pow change, since the only miner I was able to use was Claymore 9.7beta without it crashing my display drivers.
I've tried xmr-stak, xmrig-amd, newer claymore's (No ASM bin found for my old card.) and about anything else that is supposed to work, I've compiled all the ones available and tried
with stock binaries on windows..

Display drivers crash no matter which version I try.. 14.4 15.7, 15.11-beta (for some reason this one is tricky to find.) Even tried the crimson edition beta which I've found out doesn't
actually include any assembler/disassembly tools for openCL.. Anywho..

Display card: AMD Ati Radeon 6530D (Evergeen or BeaverCreek as it picks it up everywhere.)
Cpu: AMD A6-3620 APU w/ the onboard 6530D

I've tried all 4 kernels out, all kill display, and of course can't get ADL to work, but I'd be highly surprised if that could even work at all anyways on this gpu.

All in all I really don't know what to do, or even try anymore.. I'd lend a hand if I could for getting what is needed to make these A-Series APUs to work.  I haven't really seen anything in
the code for the other miners like xmrig/xmr-stak that would be a problem.. But I noted for some reason Claymore is posting exact driver versions for all of their releases, and wondering
how they are able to compile against them specifically, or if that just happens to be what they were using when compiling...

Any help is appreciated, and I'd love to get back to mining on my gpu, had a ton more shares and efficiency even at 42H/s and that's better than 0 since it's on 24/7 anyways.

Here are a couple screenshots for how it's acting and what it catches, and second is showing when display was killed and came back.
https://imgur.com/a/mBtohkv

Thanks, you really are saving miner's lives with this miner and I hope you keep at it.. So I tip my hat to you Doc.

hi, remove drivers with Display Driver Uninstaller, install 14.4 and try SRBMINER 1.4.6 --userkernel 4 for XMR use "normalv7"

and start with a very low intensity like 5, and only 1 thread

Ok well I used DDU and found the correct 14.4 drivers.. seems the last one wasn't actually installing for some reason.. anyways now all other miners work as well.
Only one issue really is the intensity setting, I can only go up to 2.0. 2.1 or higher kills display driver or gives the CL invalid buffer.. tried all 4 kernels and worksizes, kernel 2 seems to be the best
at 14H/s compared to 12-13H/s on 3 & 4 kernels.  I was wondering if the gpu kernels having "256" in them as being the hash size? and if so, is there a way to lower or give a CLI option to change them or
maybe a 128 version? If that isn't the case, oh well.
(126 intensity seemed to be the optimal number for xmr-stak for some odd reason, also with a 35.9H/s which isn't to far off of the original claymore 9.7's 42H/s with low intensity mode on before v7.)

Does anyone know how to keep windows and everything from being totally unusable on all these miners?
(like clay's -li low intensity mode, which doesn't seem to be related at all to actual intensity.)


Best of luck to everyone.
Keep us posted, I have the same issues with Radeon 5770.

easy, lower the intensity and problem solved
I can't even use a higher intensity in the first place.

Claymore v9.7 allows me to have 320 hash threads -> 176 H/s and with low intensity option my PC is perfectly usable for other tasks.

All other miners max out at 100 H/s and the PC is lagging hard! If I try to use intensity 320, the entire PC freezes.

And yes, I've tried 14.4 drivers.
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April 20, 2018, 08:12:49 PM
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Hi there, I've had a problem with every miner around since the monero pow change, since the only miner I was able to use was Claymore 9.7beta without it crashing my display drivers.
I've tried xmr-stak, xmrig-amd, newer claymore's (No ASM bin found for my old card.) and about anything else that is supposed to work, I've compiled all the ones available and tried
with stock binaries on windows..

Display drivers crash no matter which version I try.. 14.4 15.7, 15.11-beta (for some reason this one is tricky to find.) Even tried the crimson edition beta which I've found out doesn't
actually include any assembler/disassembly tools for openCL.. Anywho..

Display card: AMD Ati Radeon 6530D (Evergeen or BeaverCreek as it picks it up everywhere.)
Cpu: AMD A6-3620 APU w/ the onboard 6530D

I've tried all 4 kernels out, all kill display, and of course can't get ADL to work, but I'd be highly surprised if that could even work at all anyways on this gpu.

All in all I really don't know what to do, or even try anymore.. I'd lend a hand if I could for getting what is needed to make these A-Series APUs to work.  I haven't really seen anything in
the code for the other miners like xmrig/xmr-stak that would be a problem.. But I noted for some reason Claymore is posting exact driver versions for all of their releases, and wondering
how they are able to compile against them specifically, or if that just happens to be what they were using when compiling...

Any help is appreciated, and I'd love to get back to mining on my gpu, had a ton more shares and efficiency even at 42H/s and that's better than 0 since it's on 24/7 anyways.

Here are a couple screenshots for how it's acting and what it catches, and second is showing when display was killed and came back.
https://imgur.com/a/mBtohkv

Thanks, you really are saving miner's lives with this miner and I hope you keep at it.. So I tip my hat to you Doc.

hi, remove drivers with Display Driver Uninstaller, install 14.4 and try SRBMINER 1.4.6 --userkernel 4 for XMR use "normalv7"

and start with a very low intensity like 5, and only 1 thread

Ok well I used DDU and found the correct 14.4 drivers.. seems the last one wasn't actually installing for some reason.. anyways now all other miners work as well.
Only one issue really is the intensity setting, I can only go up to 2.0. 2.1 or higher kills display driver or gives the CL invalid buffer.. tried all 4 kernels and worksizes, kernel 2 seems to be the best
at 14H/s compared to 12-13H/s on 3 & 4 kernels.  I was wondering if the gpu kernels having "256" in them as being the hash size? and if so, is there a way to lower or give a CLI option to change them or
maybe a 128 version? If that isn't the case, oh well.
(126 intensity seemed to be the optimal number for xmr-stak for some odd reason, also with a 35.9H/s which isn't to far off of the original claymore 9.7's 42H/s with low intensity mode on before v7.)

Does anyone know how to keep windows and everything from being totally unusable on all these miners?
(like clay's -li low intensity mode, which doesn't seem to be related at all to actual intensity.)


Best of luck to everyone.
Keep us posted, I have the same issues with Radeon 5770.

easy, lower the intensity and problem solved
I can't even use a higher intensity in the first place.

Claymore v9.7 allows me to have 320 hash threads -> 176 H/s and with low intensity option my PC is perfectly usable for other tasks.

All all other miners max out at 100 H/s and the PC is lagging hard! If I try to use intensity 320, the entire PC freezes.

And yes, I've tried 14.4 drivers.


Srbminer is helping you to use these old cards, so be patient.
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April 20, 2018, 08:17:18 PM
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Hi there, I've had a problem with every miner around since the monero pow change, since the only miner I was able to use was Claymore 9.7beta without it crashing my display drivers.
I've tried xmr-stak, xmrig-amd, newer claymore's (No ASM bin found for my old card.) and about anything else that is supposed to work, I've compiled all the ones available and tried
with stock binaries on windows..

Display drivers crash no matter which version I try.. 14.4 15.7, 15.11-beta (for some reason this one is tricky to find.) Even tried the crimson edition beta which I've found out doesn't
actually include any assembler/disassembly tools for openCL.. Anywho..

Display card: AMD Ati Radeon 6530D (Evergeen or BeaverCreek as it picks it up everywhere.)
Cpu: AMD A6-3620 APU w/ the onboard 6530D

I've tried all 4 kernels out, all kill display, and of course can't get ADL to work, but I'd be highly surprised if that could even work at all anyways on this gpu.

All in all I really don't know what to do, or even try anymore.. I'd lend a hand if I could for getting what is needed to make these A-Series APUs to work.  I haven't really seen anything in
the code for the other miners like xmrig/xmr-stak that would be a problem.. But I noted for some reason Claymore is posting exact driver versions for all of their releases, and wondering
how they are able to compile against them specifically, or if that just happens to be what they were using when compiling...

Any help is appreciated, and I'd love to get back to mining on my gpu, had a ton more shares and efficiency even at 42H/s and that's better than 0 since it's on 24/7 anyways.

Here are a couple screenshots for how it's acting and what it catches, and second is showing when display was killed and came back.
https://imgur.com/a/mBtohkv

Thanks, you really are saving miner's lives with this miner and I hope you keep at it.. So I tip my hat to you Doc.

hi, remove drivers with Display Driver Uninstaller, install 14.4 and try SRBMINER 1.4.6 --userkernel 4 for XMR use "normalv7"

and start with a very low intensity like 5, and only 1 thread

Ok well I used DDU and found the correct 14.4 drivers.. seems the last one wasn't actually installing for some reason.. anyways now all other miners work as well.
Only one issue really is the intensity setting, I can only go up to 2.0. 2.1 or higher kills display driver or gives the CL invalid buffer.. tried all 4 kernels and worksizes, kernel 2 seems to be the best
at 14H/s compared to 12-13H/s on 3 & 4 kernels.  I was wondering if the gpu kernels having "256" in them as being the hash size? and if so, is there a way to lower or give a CLI option to change them or
maybe a 128 version? If that isn't the case, oh well.
(126 intensity seemed to be the optimal number for xmr-stak for some odd reason, also with a 35.9H/s which isn't to far off of the original claymore 9.7's 42H/s with low intensity mode on before v7.)

Does anyone know how to keep windows and everything from being totally unusable on all these miners?
(like clay's -li low intensity mode, which doesn't seem to be related at all to actual intensity.)


Best of luck to everyone.
Keep us posted, I have the same issues with Radeon 5770.

easy, lower the intensity and problem solved
I can't even use a higher intensity in the first place.

Claymore v9.7 allows me to have 320 hash threads -> 176 H/s and with low intensity option my PC is perfectly usable for other tasks.

All all other miners max out at 100 H/s and the PC is lagging hard! If I try to use intensity 320, the entire PC freezes.

And yes, I've tried 14.4 drivers.


Srbminer is helping you to use these old cards, so be patient.
I'll be patient to see if there are any other 5770 users around... Smiley
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April 20, 2018, 09:07:32 PM
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New results
Cryptonight v7 hashrate of 2020 H/s vs 1960-1965 on xmr-stak (Adrenalin 18.3.4 drivers)

https://imgur.com/a/G9ZxD6Q

Vega 56 1475/1100 Mhz @ 881mV (bios mod to V64)

So far SRB miner has been rocking all Cryptonight algos for me on both Polaris and Vega.

Great job doktor83
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April 20, 2018, 10:55:17 PM
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Hi there, I've had a problem with every miner around since the monero pow change, since the only miner I was able to use was Claymore 9.7beta without it crashing my display drivers.
I've tried xmr-stak, xmrig-amd, newer claymore's (No ASM bin found for my old card.) and about anything else that is supposed to work, I've compiled all the ones available and tried
with stock binaries on windows..

Display drivers crash no matter which version I try.. 14.4 15.7, 15.11-beta (for some reason this one is tricky to find.) Even tried the crimson edition beta which I've found out doesn't
actually include any assembler/disassembly tools for openCL.. Anywho..

Display card: AMD Ati Radeon 6530D (Evergeen or BeaverCreek as it picks it up everywhere.)
Cpu: AMD A6-3620 APU w/ the onboard 6530D

I've tried all 4 kernels out, all kill display, and of course can't get ADL to work, but I'd be highly surprised if that could even work at all anyways on this gpu.

All in all I really don't know what to do, or even try anymore.. I'd lend a hand if I could for getting what is needed to make these A-Series APUs to work.  I haven't really seen anything in
the code for the other miners like xmrig/xmr-stak that would be a problem.. But I noted for some reason Claymore is posting exact driver versions for all of their releases, and wondering
how they are able to compile against them specifically, or if that just happens to be what they were using when compiling...

Any help is appreciated, and I'd love to get back to mining on my gpu, had a ton more shares and efficiency even at 42H/s and that's better than 0 since it's on 24/7 anyways.

Here are a couple screenshots for how it's acting and what it catches, and second is showing when display was killed and came back.
https://imgur.com/a/mBtohkv

Thanks, you really are saving miner's lives with this miner and I hope you keep at it.. So I tip my hat to you Doc.

hi, remove drivers with Display Driver Uninstaller, install 14.4 and try SRBMINER 1.4.6 --userkernel 4 for XMR use "normalv7"

and start with a very low intensity like 5, and only 1 thread

Ok well I used DDU and found the correct 14.4 drivers.. seems the last one wasn't actually installing for some reason.. anyways now all other miners work as well.
Only one issue really is the intensity setting, I can only go up to 2.0. 2.1 or higher kills display driver or gives the CL invalid buffer.. tried all 4 kernels and worksizes, kernel 2 seems to be the best
at 14H/s compared to 12-13H/s on 3 & 4 kernels.  I was wondering if the gpu kernels having "256" in them as being the hash size? and if so, is there a way to lower or give a CLI option to change them or
maybe a 128 version? If that isn't the case, oh well.
(126 intensity seemed to be the optimal number for xmr-stak for some odd reason, also with a 35.9H/s which isn't to far off of the original claymore 9.7's 42H/s with low intensity mode on before v7.)

Does anyone know how to keep windows and everything from being totally unusable on all these miners?
(like clay's -li low intensity mode, which doesn't seem to be related at all to actual intensity.)


Best of luck to everyone.
Keep us posted, I have the same issues with Radeon 5770.

easy, lower the intensity and problem solved
I can't even use a higher intensity in the first place.

Claymore v9.7 allows me to have 320 hash threads -> 176 H/s and with low intensity option my PC is perfectly usable for other tasks.

All all other miners max out at 100 H/s and the PC is lagging hard! If I try to use intensity 320, the entire PC freezes.

And yes, I've tried 14.4 drivers.


Srbminer is helping you to use these old cards, so be patient.
I'll be patient to see if there are any other 5770 users around... Smiley

Lowering intensity on an APU has no effect, It's more like it's either on or off.. When miner runs with even lowest intensity: it takes 7 seconds to pull up start bar. On higher intensity: 7 seconds to pull up start bar.
If I had a dedicated gpu card this probably isn't the case since they are not built into cpu. I've been playing around trying to make  a kernel that runs 1/60th a second, kind of like an oscillation and it should be a fully usable desktop if the mode is enabled.. I'll keep folks posted, and if and when I get it done, I'll post the code enhancements somewhere for anyone interested.
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