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August 27, 2018, 08:42:48 PM
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August 30, 2018, 09:30:01 AM
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It doesn't work on a Titan X without p (Windows 10). Is that intended, because the Titan X also uses GDDR5X like its big sister Titan Xp? I have also tried the revA parameter, but without success.
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August 30, 2018, 01:41:24 PM
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This works like a charm, except on my Asus strix 1080ti cards.
It seems to pull down the core clock as soon as I start the pill.
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August 30, 2018, 01:46:22 PM
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This works like a charm, except on my Asus strix 1080ti cards.
It seems to pull down the core clock as soon as I start the pill.

Same on zotac mini 1080ti. If i downclock memory from +600 to +200, core clock goes up significantly.
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August 30, 2018, 09:06:35 PM
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This works like a charm, except on my Asus strix 1080ti cards.
It seems to pull down the core clock as soon as I start the pill.

Same on zotac mini 1080ti. If i downclock memory from +600 to +200, core clock goes up significantly.

and what is the hashrate? I got 36/38 on mine!
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August 31, 2018, 12:53:12 AM
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If you are mining ethereum or its forks with gpus and have a github account you ahould flood this post
by the eth devs and asic shills discussing reducting block reward only, or forking Asics and reducing blook reward.
So far most of the support serms to be for Asics.  They are discussing all this in a meeting tomorrow so leave your imput as gpu miners.
 
https://github.com/ethereum/pm/issues/55
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August 31, 2018, 08:17:37 AM
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This works like a charm, except on my Asus strix 1080ti cards.
It seems to pull down the core clock as soon as I start the pill.

Same on zotac mini 1080ti. If i downclock memory from +600 to +200, core clock goes up significantly.

and what is the hashrate? I got 36/38 on mine!
On zotac mini i get around 48 mh/s with tdp 63, core 200 and mem 300. If i clock memory higher, the core frequency drops to about 1100 mh/s and the hashrate goes down to 42-43. I also have evga sc2 and palit gamerock prem with no such issues. They are steady on 51-53 mh/s with tdp 63, core +100, mem +600.
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August 31, 2018, 11:39:30 AM
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This works like a charm, except on my Asus strix 1080ti cards.
It seems to pull down the core clock as soon as I start the pill.

Same on zotac mini 1080ti. If i downclock memory from +600 to +200, core clock goes up significantly.

and what is the hashrate? I got 36/38 on mine!
On zotac mini i get around 48 mh/s with tdp 63, core 200 and mem 300. If i clock memory higher, the core frequency drops to about 1100 mh/s and the hashrate goes down to 42-43. I also have evga sc2 and palit gamerock prem with no such issues. They are steady on 51-53 mh/s with tdp 63, core +100, mem +600.
As for me it's useless to increase core for ETH.

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August 31, 2018, 02:41:05 PM
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This works like a charm, except on my Asus strix 1080ti cards.
It seems to pull down the core clock as soon as I start the pill.

Same on zotac mini 1080ti. If i downclock memory from +600 to +200, core clock goes up significantly.

and what is the hashrate? I got 36/38 on mine!
On zotac mini i get around 48 mh/s with tdp 63, core 200 and mem 300. If i clock memory higher, the core frequency drops to about 1100 mh/s and the hashrate goes down to 42-43. I also have evga sc2 and palit gamerock prem with no such issues. They are steady on 51-53 mh/s with tdp 63, core +100, mem +600.

sounds good! thx
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August 31, 2018, 03:07:19 PM
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This works like a charm, except on my Asus strix 1080ti cards.
It seems to pull down the core clock as soon as I start the pill.

Same on zotac mini 1080ti. If i downclock memory from +600 to +200, core clock goes up significantly.

and what is the hashrate? I got 36/38 on mine!
On zotac mini i get around 48 mh/s with tdp 63, core 200 and mem 300. If i clock memory higher, the core frequency drops to about 1100 mh/s and the hashrate goes down to 42-43. I also have evga sc2 and palit gamerock prem with no such issues. They are steady on 51-53 mh/s with tdp 63, core +100, mem +600.
As for me it's useless to increase core for ETH.

I have similar results.  I use core -100, mem +650
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September 02, 2018, 12:05:11 PM
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Gigabyte OC gaming 1080ti:PL-82,Core-0,Mem-+350,P2State-off(it give +500 memory and stable)=56Mh/s...2 month stable!!!
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September 03, 2018, 06:36:19 AM
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As for me it's useless to increase core for ETH.
Increasing it to around 140-180 will let you lower the power limit. 1080 Ti needs around 1450-1500 core clock in order to maintain 54MH/s+ hashrate. Right now my cards are running at ~165W and ~55MH/s on Linux.
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September 03, 2018, 06:10:24 PM
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Please support the 20 series too!!! Grin
Too early to ask, I know, but I just can't wait to get my hands on it!
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September 03, 2018, 06:14:46 PM
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As for me it's useless to increase core for ETH.
Increasing it to around 140-180 will let you lower the power limit. 1080 Ti needs around 1450-1500 core clock in order to maintain 54MH/s+ hashrate. Right now my cards are running at ~165W and ~55MH/s on Linux.
With minus 100-150 for core we can do 56+

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September 03, 2018, 09:14:35 PM
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As for me it's useless to increase core for ETH.
Increasing it to around 140-180 will let you lower the power limit. 1080 Ti needs around 1450-1500 core clock in order to maintain 54MH/s+ hashrate. Right now my cards are running at ~165W and ~55MH/s on Linux.

yes, those zotac mini`s will drop core to 1100mh/z no matter how much i clock it. they are on 60 tdp however. increasing it to 65 boosts a core clock well over 1300 and in that case i can normally clock mem to 600. must be something in the very design of power distribution within the mini itself, other cards run smoothly on 60 tdp.
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September 05, 2018, 07:06:07 AM
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PhoenixMiner 3.0c + ETHpill

GTX 1080 MSI Gaming X

Memory +600
Core +100
Power 65
40.3 MH/s  6 GPU 241.9 MH/s Stable 21 Hours Already


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September 05, 2018, 02:10:39 PM
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Any news on the 1070ti pill?
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September 05, 2018, 07:24:48 PM
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Any news on the 1070ti pill?
W/o pill gtx 1070ti makes like gtx 1080 with pill, which for 1070ti's memory imposible!

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September 06, 2018, 11:09:14 AM
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Any news on the 1070ti pill?
W/o pill gtx 1070ti makes like gtx 1080 with pill, which for 1070ti's memory imposible!
GDDR5X MEMORY--

The memory used by 1080/1080ti cards is GDDR5X memory.    Without the Pill, these cards give less than optimal mining performance.  GTX cards in the 10 series below the 1080 level use GDDR5 memory, which performs well as-is.  There is no big need for a Pill for GDDR5 memory cards.  Better mining code may help.

That said, there may be a possible Pill for 980/980ti cards, as they also have GDDR5X memory.  A 980ti card will mine ETH only slightly better than a 970 card.  The greater number of CUDA cores in a 980ti does not result in a proportionally greater perfromance.  A 980ti with a Pill should mine ETH about 28+ MH/s.

Performance with GDDR6 memory (2080ti) has yet to be determined publicly.       --scryptr  

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September 16, 2018, 08:33:16 AM
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Any news on the 1070ti pill?
W/o pill gtx 1070ti makes like gtx 1080 with pill, which for 1070ti's memory imposible!
GDDR5X MEMORY--

The memory used by 1080/1080ti cards is GDDR5X memory.    Without the Pill, these cards give less than optimal mining performance.  GTX cards in the 10 series below the 1080 level use GDDR5 memory, which performs well as-is.  There is no big need for a Pill for GDDR5 memory cards.  Better mining code may help.

That said, there may be a possible Pill for 980/980ti cards, as they also have GDDR5X memory.  A 980ti card will mine ETH only slightly better than a 970 card.  The greater number of CUDA cores in a 980ti does not result in a proportionally greater perfromance.  A 980ti with a Pill should mine ETH about 28+ MH/s.

Performance with GDDR6 memory (2080ti) has yet to be determined publicly.       --scryptr  

980/980ti use GDDR5 also, not GDDR5X.
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