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August 20, 2011, 12:27:27 PM
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Strange issue that started a few days ago. I mine all night and at some point through the night, one client/card stops mining. It stays on the shot where it's generating xxxmh/s and shows the shares and rejected but does not update. On the pool side, I only see half of the mh/s I normally get so I know the card is not working.

All settings are the same as they've always been, just started a few days ago and has been fine for weeks.

Any ideas?

1040/300 is the clock. xfx 5830
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August 26, 2011, 02:13:08 PM
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I would try lowering the clocks.  Are you monitoring temps?
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August 28, 2011, 02:17:39 AM
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Strange issue that started a few days ago. I mine all night and at some point through the night, one client/card stops mining. It stays on the shot where it's generating xxxmh/s and shows the shares and rejected but does not update. On the pool side, I only see half of the mh/s I normally get so I know the card is not working.

All settings are the same as they've always been, just started a few days ago and has been fine for weeks.

Any ideas?

1040/300 is the clock. xfx 5830

1040 is quite overclocked for a 5830.  The most ive been able to get out of a 5830 is 1020, with some not being able to stay stable unless they are at 950 or less.

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September 07, 2011, 02:11:28 AM
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Try checking your temps and/or lowering your clock. Wish my 5830's could do 1040 Sad
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