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July 01, 2018, 05:55:24 AM
Last edit: July 01, 2018, 08:32:26 PM by gameboy366
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I recently got a few Sapphire pulse RX 570 4g OC model (Hynix/Elpida). They were giving 24 mh/s out of the box on eth. I tried 1 click Polaris Bios but it did not do anything.
After overclocking on HiveOS (Core 1150, Memory 2100) I get 25-26.4 Mh/s. I have flashed these BIOS too (anorak.tech/community/t/sapphire-rx-570-pulse/5337) but still not much difference max I can get is 26.xx Mh/s

What can I do ?

EDIT : Finally somehow managed to bring my gpu to 30.4 MH/s but it is consuming b/w 111W-141W (reported by HiveOS online GUI), how can I decrease it without significantly affecting hashrate. Btw I don't mine eth, this is for testing only, I will mine cryptonight or lyra2v2 so please tell me best optimisation.

current OC: Core- 1250, Mem- 2100
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July 01, 2018, 06:32:18 AM
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After overclocking on HiveOS (Core 1150, Memory 2100) I get 25-26.4 Mh/s. I have flashed these BIOS too (anorak.tech/community/t/sapphire-rx-570-pulse/5337) but still not much difference max I can get is 26.xx Mh/s

If one click mod giving you the same result with downloaded one, better to use your own bios mod. Modding your card with downloaded bios isn't a proper way to do bios mod.

I recently got a few Sapphire pulse RX 570 4g OC model (Hynix/Elpida).

All of your cards act the same? (just getting max 26.xxx?) If it yes, I think that isn't the mod issue, that's more like compatibility issue, nor you only need to find the right OC settings.
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July 01, 2018, 06:43:39 AM
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After overclocking on HiveOS (Core 1150, Memory 2100) I get 25-26.4 Mh/s. I have flashed these BIOS too (anorak.tech/community/t/sapphire-rx-570-pulse/5337) but still not much difference max I can get is 26.xx Mh/s

If one click mod giving you the same result with downloaded one, better to use your own bios mod. Modding your card with downloaded bios isn't a proper way to do bios mod.

I recently got a few Sapphire pulse RX 570 4g OC model (Hynix/Elpida).

All of your cards act the same? (just getting max 26.xxx?) If it yes, I think that isn't the mod issue, that's more like compatibility issue, nor you only need to find the right OC settings.
I have 6 but I am only testing with 1 gpu. I have not tried mining on Win10, I am using HiveOS and I also flashed the BIOS with the HiveOS online GUI.

I checked the downloaded bios with my stock Bios and only timings were changed so I thought they were safe.

Do I need to do anything in MoBo BIOS ? I have ASrock h110 pro btc+ (13 gpu).
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Do I need to do anything in MoBo BIOS ? I have ASrock h110 pro btc+ (13 gpu).

I have that kind of mobo (I have two), based on my experience that mobo been ready to work while I open the box (I didn't do additional bios setup) my systems running under Windows, I've never got any issue so far (running nine cards each board) but I'm not sure with yours.

I have 6 but I am only testing with 1 gpu. I have not tried mining on Win10, I am using HiveOS and I also flashed the BIOS with the HiveOS online GUI.

Maybe you need to test all of your cards, when possible, you can try on the different OS.

I checked the downloaded bios with my stock Bios and only timings were changed so I thought they were safe.

Glad to hear that.
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July 01, 2018, 10:06:06 AM
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Elpida

Frequencies 1167 / 1940-2070. ETH = 28.7-29.8 Mh / s On the RX470 / 570 Tested on 470/570/580 4GB

777000000000000022AA1C00AC615B3CA0550F142C8C1506006004007C041420CA8980A9020004C 01712262B612B3715

Slightly higher frequency. Frequencies 1950-2060. Tested on 470/570/580 4Gb.

777000000000000022AA1C00EF615C41B0551016BA0D96060060060004061420EA8940AA030004C 01914292E692E3B16

Hynix.

The most stable in frequency. 1167 / 1980-2070. ETH = 28.5-29.4 MH / s. Tested on 570 4GB

777000000000000022C39C00AC595A3D90550F12B84C8408004006007E0514206A8900A00200312 0100F292F94273116

Made on the basis of 1. But slightly weakened timings. Frequencies 2050-2150.

999000000000000022C39C00AC595A3D90550F123CCF530C004006007E0514206A8900A00200312 0100F292F94273116

https://forum.bits.media/index.php?/topic/38510-eth-xmrтaймингиrx470480570580-oптимизиpoвaнныe-тaйминги-и-кoнфиги-пoд-мaйнepы/
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July 01, 2018, 11:29:13 AM
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Do you activate the compute mode in the driver ?
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July 01, 2018, 11:48:16 AM
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Do you activate the compute mode in the driver ?
How do you activate compute mode in linux ? I am using HiveOS not Windows.
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July 01, 2018, 02:57:05 PM
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Elpida

Frequencies 1167 / 1940-2070. ETH = 28.7-29.8 Mh / s On the RX470 / 570 Tested on 470/570/580 4GB

777000000000000022AA1C00AC615B3CA0550F142C8C1506006004007C041420CA8980A9020004C 01712262B612B3715

Slightly higher frequency. Frequencies 1950-2060. Tested on 470/570/580 4Gb.

777000000000000022AA1C00EF615C41B0551016BA0D96060060060004061420EA8940AA030004C 01914292E692E3B16

Hynix.

The most stable in frequency. 1167 / 1980-2070. ETH = 28.5-29.4 MH / s. Tested on 570 4GB

777000000000000022C39C00AC595A3D90550F12B84C8408004006007E0514206A8900A00200312 0100F292F94273116

Made on the basis of 1. But slightly weakened timings. Frequencies 2050-2150.

999000000000000022C39C00AC595A3D90550F123CCF530C004006007E0514206A8900A00200312 0100F292F94273116
I pasted "777000000000000022AA1C00EF615C41B0551016BA0D96060060060004061420EA8940AA030004C 01914292E692E3B16" in 1:1500, 1:1625,1:1750,1:1875,1:2000
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"999000000000000022C39C00AC595A3D90550F123CCF530C004006007E0514206A8900A00200312 0100F292F94273116" in 2:1500,2:1625,2:1750,2:2000.

I am getting 27.64 MH/s it is showing 128W in HiveOS. OC : Core= 1200, Mem= 2100

Do I need to edit the frequency in BIOS ?
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July 01, 2018, 05:51:33 PM
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Which miner are you running?
If you are sure that your biosmod are 100% correct, you need some tweaks in the miner to reach hash rate 29mh/s~31mh/s.
I have RX470(elpida) and RX570(hynix) and my hash rate at clarymore is 30mh/s 1150mhz/2020mhz, with undervolt.
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July 01, 2018, 06:12:58 PM
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Which miner are you running?
If you are sure that your biosmod are 100% correct, you need some tweaks in the miner to reach hash rate 29mh/s~31mh/s.
I have RX470(elpida) and RX570(hynix) and my hash rate at clarymore is 30mh/s 1150mhz/2020mhz, with undervolt.
I was using ethminer. Do you edit frequency in Bios ?

Also I also flashed my gpus while they were Overclocked and I also took Bios from my gpu when they were overclocked, maybe that could be a problem.
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July 01, 2018, 08:00:09 PM
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Finally somehow managed to bring my gpu to 30.4 MH/s but it is consuming b/w 111W-141W (reported by HiveOS online GUI), how can I decrease it without significantly affecting hashrate. Btw I don't mine eth, this is for testing only, I will mine cryptonight or lyra2v2 so please tell me best optimisation.

current OC: Core- 1250, Mem- 2100
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July 01, 2018, 09:47:44 PM
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It is necessary to reduce the voltage on the GPU processor to 900-950 millivolts. This can be done through a modification of the BIOS or by a program like OverdriveNTool and WatTool. On the cryptonight algorithm, energy consumption itself will decrease.
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