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July 27, 2018, 04:23:12 PM
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Give me Readme.txt please!
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July 27, 2018, 05:34:38 PM
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Why everybody overclocking MEM on 144 one? It works with deafult equihash but it seems that "144" mode is MEM-independent...

My 1070th work at 2025MHz/950mV (some of them need 975mV, and 2 of 15 need above 1000mV) with -200 on memory and give about 36~38 each.
1070ti (bought one recently) with same settings gives 40~41.
1080s (not "ti") work at 2050MHz/1025mV (and -200 on MEM) give about 43~44 each.

Why overclock memory then?..

What is your power setting (watts/TDP) for those numbers?  Do you monitor Sols/W?

I have found at higher power settings, memory O/C has little affect on Sol/s.

However when you lower power settings, memory O/C then becomes somewhat more effective.

It is hot summer here so I am running @104 watts (58% TDP) to keep the GPU temps below 63c without running AC in the room.

I usually adjust power first, core second and then memory last.

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July 27, 2018, 06:31:29 PM
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I lock voltage so there's no point for me to use PL, 'cause it does almost the same thing (limits top voltage of your f/v curve but leaves it unstable on under limit levels). So I prefer voltage locking instead of PL.
At "144" mode average S/W of my GPUs are about 0.27~0.32. Not the best maybe, but electricity costs only 0.03$/kWh for me... almost doesn't matter.

Only one of all my GPUs get higher than 65 Celsius (lucky me! this summer leaves RIG room's temperature slightly below 35 Celsius — when all GPUs turned off).
My hottest ones (right now, at night, when every card is 3~4C cooler): 1070 HoF KFA2 (61C), 1070 ASUS Dual (60C) and 1070 ZOTAC Amp! edition(63C). But they all need just a thermal grease change I think.

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At first my mem was like +200 ... +400 (+600 on palit jetstream) and temps of all GPUs were much higher.

upd: I cleaned my RIG
all GPUs are lower than 60C now
except that asus (I bet thermal grease change will change it))
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July 27, 2018, 08:06:15 PM
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I lock voltage so there's no point for me to use PL, 'cause it does almost the same thing (limits top voltage of your f/v curve but leaves it unstable on under limit levels). So I prefer voltage locking instead of PL.
At "144" mode average S/W of my GPUs are about 0.27~0.32. Not the best maybe, but electricity costs only 0.03$/kWh for me... almost doesn't matter.

Only one of all my GPUs get higher than 65 Celsius (lucky me! this summer leaves RIG room's temperature slightly below 35 Celsius — when all GPUs turned off).
My hottest ones (right now, at night, when every card is 3~4C cooler): 1070 HoF KFA2 (61C), 1070 ASUS Dual (60C) and 1070 ZOTAC Amp! edition(63C). But they all need just a thermal grease change I think.

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At first my mem was like +200 ... +400 (+600 on palit jetstream) and temps of all GPUs were much higher.

Wow! 0.03$/kWh! How did you manage that?

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July 27, 2018, 08:34:13 PM
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hello everyone!

i put up a 6x 1080ti rig some months ago and last day i upgraded it to EWBF 0.4 for the new BTG mining setup..
since that day, when rig starts to work, it KILLS completely my internet connection

anyone got this issue ?

the rig is connected directly via ethernet cable to my internet router..

please, any help would be appreciated

thanks in advance
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July 27, 2018, 09:40:10 PM
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Wow! 0.03$/kWh! How did you manage that?
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July 28, 2018, 01:00:58 AM
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Why everybody overclocking MEM on 144 one? It works with deafult equihash but it seems that "144" mode is MEM-independent...

My 1070th work at 2025MHz/950mV (some of them need 975mV, and 2 of 15 need above 1000mV) with -200 on memory and give about 36~38 each.
1070ti (bought one recently) with same settings gives 40~41.
1080s (not "ti") work at 2050MHz/1025mV (and -200 on MEM) give about 43~44 each.

Why overclock memory then?..


My clocks at 100% power will yield close to 200 sol with 4 1070 ti's but are more efficient with the power drop.

I find overclocking easiest setting core first, mem second, and then slowly dropping power.

I'm getting the same hash with mem OC's at 60% power.


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July 28, 2018, 08:27:26 AM
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Well... it works for my "palit jetstream"s and "evga ftw"s but makes unstable the rest ones (KFA2 HoF, ASUS Dual, ASUS Strix, Gigabyte F1, Zotac AMP! — they all start to crash miner if there's just PL set to 60% and voltage isn't locked at individually chosen value).
And their "60% PL" is aaaaaaaaaaall different... For example KFA2's 60% PL is 170+Watt (and more than 300Watt at 120% Shocked ...it obviously can't really "eat" so much but manufacturer setting are that strange!), at the same time ASUS Dual at 60% PL can't reach 1600MHz (!) even with down-volting. That's why I chose my way.

Thanks for sharing your experience anyway Cheesy
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July 28, 2018, 12:24:29 PM
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So far single cards work best. Going to try running separate batch files for each card over night (6 hours approx) and see how it fairs. Seems to be a strong miner for nivida though when it's hashing.

Can you confirm if this works? Is the CPU usage higher with multiple batch files?
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July 28, 2018, 03:46:46 PM
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So far single cards work best. Going to try running separate batch files for each card over night (6 hours approx) and see how it fairs. Seems to be a strong miner for nivida though when it's hashing.

Can you confirm if this works? Is the CPU usage higher with multiple batch files?

Short answer is yes and yes.

CPU usage % fluctuates dramatically 11- 100% given any other applications being used, windows open, broswers, etc. since I'm running video off of the cpu as well. Plus side is I can trouble shoot the cards giving/causing errors, keeping uptime on the other cards hashing perfectly. Since this is a dedicated mining rig and uses only a 960i, I'm not CPU mining with it either. Works pretty well for the application.

Place in the batch file " --cuda_devices X" in reference to each GPU as EWBF's miner relates to it, "0" being GPU 1, etc.

I'm having flawless run time so far, I"ll let run though the day today and see if some slight down clocks on a couple cards will keep from crashing and see if I can up clocks on those that aren't. Once I feel stable I'll try and run a single batch file again for all cards.

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July 28, 2018, 08:32:06 PM
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Looking for some suggestions.
Would anyone have any idea why my windows asus 1070ti rig is rock solid stable on V0.2 cuda9 ,,,,,,,,,,,,but "crashes within 10 minutes on V0.3 or V0.4 cuda 8 or 9 using same settings"

currently V0.2
68 power limit
205 core
650 memory
approximately 225 sol from 6 cards

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July 28, 2018, 09:10:55 PM
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Guys how to add failover server in hiveos ewbf 0.3?
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July 29, 2018, 05:30:49 AM
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Guys how to add failover server in hiveos ewbf 0.3?

Isn't that in the "miner" file not application?


Update:

7% utilization of the CPU with four runs on, nothing else. Currently I see pool side flux of 300 sols to 170 sols (includes 1080 ti at 55 sols steady). I think I'm on the hair of a couple cards still, three drops today. was hoping to run a full frame tonight but will wait. Things look steady now. All core clocks are  +150 still but highest mem clock is down to 720.

36-42 sols per 1070 ti
55 sols frim 1080 ti

216 sol average. See how next hours go.

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July 29, 2018, 04:14:34 PM
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Has anyone tried using the Eth pill with no overclock on 192 7 to see if that works since this is a memory intensive algo? Also, is there a limitation of only 6 cards on this miner in windows?

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July 29, 2018, 04:53:26 PM
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I have two cards this miner refuses to work on, very strange.. It will start with some hashrate of around 30 and then next update it will drop to half and then it will be 0. I've tried running only 4 cards and still, the same cards lock up and won't restart. I'll try previous versions to see if this is something new to this version. It keeps repeating the same error messages, card #2 locked up, restarting.. card #4 locked up, restarting.. But it can never restart them for them to work.

Update: even previous versions have this issue. It's the same 2 cards, these 2 cards work fine on other algos but when I try equi 192 7 these 2 cards lock up using ewbf. I have 8x 1080ti, even if I try running one instance of 4 cards (0,1,2,3) , card# 2 will lock up after a couple of minutes. If I try to run an instance of cards 4,5,6,7 then card #4 will lock up. If I try to run an instance with all 8 cards, then cards 2,4 will lock up. It's like those 2 cards do not like this miner.


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July 29, 2018, 05:22:05 PM
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try to mine btc in mining pool hub and alwys get rejected shares .... what i am doing wrong ?

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+-------------------------------------------------+
|         EWBF's Eqihash CUDA miner. v0.4         |
+-------------------------------------------------+
19:13:13 INFO: Configured pools: 1
19:13:13 INFO: Selected pool: europe.equihash-hub.miningpoolhub.com:20595
19:13:13 INFO: Algorithm: 144_5
19:13:13 INFO: Devices: All.
19:13:13 INFO: Temperature limit: 80
19:13:13 INFO: Api: Disabled
---------------------------------------------------
19:13:14 INFO: Target: 000da740da740da7...
19:13:14 INFO: Detected new work: a317
19:13:15 CUDA: Device: 0 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 11171 MB i:64
19:13:15 CUDA: Device: 1 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 11172 MB i:64
19:13:15 CUDA: Device: 2 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 11172 MB i:64
19:13:44 Temp: GPU0: 71C GPU1: 71C GPU2: 70C
19:13:44 GPU0: 50 Sol/s GPU1: 51 Sol/s GPU2: 55 Sol/s
19:13:44 Total speed: 156 Sol/s
19:13:59 INFO: GPU0 Rejected share 403ms [A:0, R:1]
19:14:04 INFO: Detected new work: a318
19:14:14 Temp: GPU0: 73C GPU1: 73C GPU2: 73C
19:14:14 GPU0: 51 Sol/s GPU1: 53 Sol/s GPU2: 53 Sol/s
19:14:14 Total speed: 157 Sol/s
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July 29, 2018, 06:49:14 PM
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great performance for 1063 on 144_5!

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July 29, 2018, 07:34:02 PM
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Give me Readme.txt please!

what do you want a readme for? you could have asked a question instead Wink I am sure someone in this thread is able to help you - so what do you need help with?

try to mine btc in mining pool hub and alwys get rejected shares .... what i am doing wrong ?

thx

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July 29, 2018, 10:25:01 PM
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July 30, 2018, 06:39:23 AM
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Hope everyone dropped their BTG bags earlier.

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