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July 03, 2018, 07:11:21 PM
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Cool I"ll be using it and I like how you adjust the fee no greed like the others so i will have no problem using it or complaint about the fee ever.
 
everyone should get something for there work just don't be greedily ....
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July 03, 2018, 07:17:25 PM
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can you make a new bin for me? not all rx550 are 2 gigs. Wink


Ok, here a new set of kernels:

Vega (gfx901):  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nYLvfEZYQvhgCE-PHe_pZtnW34WHU6Zy
RX 550 (gfx 804):   https://drive.google.com/open?id=1N1sBrA26Cq7zHUhbuRDpzidSOkoigyn1
Tahiti (for completeness): https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pN-zUv3pvJvrsETFbQ-8j_3gxercIObV


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The two kernels gfx901 and gfx804 were compiled on Windows with Blockchain drivers 17.40. Unfortunately the driver did not allow to build a kernel for gfx900, but in theory the one for gfx901 could work. Can one of the 900 users try to load the 901 and rename it?

On the friends vega 56 rig with the posted binary we got:
Code:
Average speed (60s): 24.7996 sol/s | 25.5162 sol/s | 25.1662 sol/s | 22.4163 sol/s | 25.6829 sol/s Total: 123.581 sol/s
with about 900W power draw (whole rig at the wall)


Cool I"ll be using it and I like how you adjust the fee no greed like the others so i will have no problem using it or complaint about the fee ever.
 
everyone should get something for there work just don't be greedily ....

Well I do not do this as hobby - I have registered that as business and pay my taxes - but these coins at are quite small and there are very good cuda miners, so what I get from this is rather small at the moment (although my miner is not (much) slower for Nvidia then competitors ^^). So for the start I need the 2%, but I will lower it. Promised and till now I always remembered my promises here Smiley
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July 03, 2018, 08:09:36 PM
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How significant is it to use the 17.40 block chain drivers, or does that only pertain to a certain core or Windows OS? like 10 or W7 the same results...

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July 03, 2018, 08:13:22 PM
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How significant is it to use the 17.40 block chain drivers, or does that only pertain to a certain core or Windows OS? like 10 or W7 the same results...

Well the thing is that AMD's intermediate language is hard to generate at the moment, so these kernels are pure binary kernels produced with certain drivers. Usually the kernels also work with other driver versions for that they were build for, but that can not be guarantied. 17.40 blockchain driver is mentioned pretty often here because that was the one I build and tested the kernel files with Smiley Other drivers may also work, but as said without any warranty.
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July 03, 2018, 08:34:05 PM
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How significant is it to use the 17.40 block chain drivers, or does that only pertain to a certain core or Windows OS? like 10 or W7 the same results...

Well the thing is that AMD's intermediate language is hard to generate at the moment, so these kernels are pure binary kernels produced with certain drivers. Usually the kernels also work with other driver versions for that they were build for, but that can not be guarantied. 17.40 blockchain driver is mentioned pretty often here because that was the one I build and tested the kernel files with Smiley Other drivers may also work, but as said without any warranty.
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but as said without any warranty.
lol  Grin

I gotcha, I may go ahead and try the 17.40 just for shits and giggles and see if that does make a difference. I know its very early in development yet.

Best luck i have had is with 3 x 290x, only it will connect to pool then receive work and then it sits and the CPU spikes up to 100% and within a minute or so the miner restarts itself and repeats.

Ok, thank you for at least getting the ball rolling for us AMD equi miners  Smiley Im sure as the days go by it will improve. I'm yet to test on RX 480's

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July 03, 2018, 08:57:13 PM
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How significant is it to use the 17.40 block chain drivers, or does that only pertain to a certain core or Windows OS? like 10 or W7 the same results...

Well the thing is that AMD's intermediate language is hard to generate at the moment, so these kernels are pure binary kernels produced with certain drivers. Usually the kernels also work with other driver versions for that they were build for, but that can not be guarantied. 17.40 blockchain driver is mentioned pretty often here because that was the one I build and tested the kernel files with Smiley Other drivers may also work, but as said without any warranty.
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but as said without any warranty.
lol  Grin

I gotcha, I may go ahead and try the 17.40 just for shits and giggles and see if that does make a difference. I know its very early in development yet.

Best luck i have had is with 3 x 290x, only it will connect to pool then receive work and then it sits and the CPU spikes up to 100% and within a minute or so the miner restarts itself and repeats.

Ok, thank you for at least getting the ball rolling for us AMD equi miners  Smiley Im sure as the days go by it will improve. I'm yet to test on RX 480's

Heyo Cheesy

I tested it on the newest AMD driver version, works the same as on the blockchain drivers here (for the fun i tested it with an 290x for ya).

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July 03, 2018, 09:02:10 PM
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How significant is it to use the 17.40 block chain drivers, or does that only pertain to a certain core or Windows OS? like 10 or W7 the same results...

Well the thing is that AMD's intermediate language is hard to generate at the moment, so these kernels are pure binary kernels produced with certain drivers. Usually the kernels also work with other driver versions for that they were build for, but that can not be guarantied. 17.40 blockchain driver is mentioned pretty often here because that was the one I build and tested the kernel files with Smiley Other drivers may also work, but as said without any warranty.
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but as said without any warranty.
lol  Grin

I gotcha, I may go ahead and try the 17.40 just for shits and giggles and see if that does make a difference. I know its very early in development yet.

Best luck i have had is with 3 x 290x, only it will connect to pool then receive work and then it sits and the CPU spikes up to 100% and within a minute or so the miner restarts itself and repeats.

Ok, thank you for at least getting the ball rolling for us AMD equi miners  Smiley Im sure as the days go by it will improve. I'm yet to test on RX 480's

Heyo Cheesy

I tested it on the newest AMD driver version, works the same as on the blockchain drivers here (for the fun i tested it with an 290x for ya).
Hey cool, thanks for that update... save me the headache of reinstalling drivers  Cheesy

Have you successfully tested on any other GPUS, and you are saying it worked for you on the 290x?

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July 03, 2018, 09:05:50 PM
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The tahiti.bin kernel works well and stable after a few hours on my 7970 and 280x gpus, on ubuntu 14.04 with 2:15.201.2-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 fglrx version.

Edit: 10-12 sol/s with these cards

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July 03, 2018, 09:08:47 PM
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How significant is it to use the 17.40 block chain drivers, or does that only pertain to a certain core or Windows OS? like 10 or W7 the same results...

Well the thing is that AMD's intermediate language is hard to generate at the moment, so these kernels are pure binary kernels produced with certain drivers. Usually the kernels also work with other driver versions for that they were build for, but that can not be guarantied. 17.40 blockchain driver is mentioned pretty often here because that was the one I build and tested the kernel files with Smiley Other drivers may also work, but as said without any warranty.
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but as said without any warranty.
lol  Grin

I gotcha, I may go ahead and try the 17.40 just for shits and giggles and see if that does make a difference. I know its very early in development yet.

Best luck i have had is with 3 x 290x, only it will connect to pool then receive work and then it sits and the CPU spikes up to 100% and within a minute or so the miner restarts itself and repeats.

Ok, thank you for at least getting the ball rolling for us AMD equi miners  Smiley Im sure as the days go by it will improve. I'm yet to test on RX 480's

Heyo Cheesy

I tested it on the newest AMD driver version, works the same as on the blockchain drivers here (for the fun i tested it with an 290x for ya).
Hey cool, thanks for that update... save me the headache of reinstalling drivers  Cheesy

Have you successfully tested on any other GPUS, and you are saying it worked for you on the 290x?

Sure NP,

No i just used an test system what have an 290x, rest is on ETN.
290x is here working on win10 pro, 0% cpu load with the newest AMD drivers. So no for this card you dont need to downgrade your drivers.

480's i dont have so i can not test and for the 580 i see an updated file.

Just make sure the config json file is good with the correct information and check if the .bat file is pointing to EXAMPLE1;
Like this for BTCZ (BitcoinZ) on suprnova.cc ;
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{
"DEFAULTS" : {
"PLATFORM"      : "AUTO",
"DEVICES"      : "AUTO"
},

"EXAMPLE1" :
{
"COIN" : "BTCZ",
"POOLS" : [
{"POOL" : "btcz.suprnova.cc",
"PORT" : "6586",
"USER" : "userworkername.password",
"PASS" : "x"}
]
}

}

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July 03, 2018, 09:10:51 PM
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Thanks for the AMD miner
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July 03, 2018, 09:12:29 PM
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Ok, I see JoenNL,

I have not tested on W10 only on W7.

Maybe have better results on 10  Wink

THX bro!!

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July 03, 2018, 09:14:59 PM
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Ok, I see JoenNL,

I have not tested on W10 only on W7.

Maybe have better results on 10  Wink

THX bro!!

Since the first build from Windows 10 i get higher speed on Windows 10. So yeah my advise is also to use win10 Smiley

And ofc, no problemo, this is where the forum is for.

See ya

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July 03, 2018, 09:19:06 PM
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For my 280x's it works on adrenaline 18.x.x (windows 7), 17.12 (windows 10) and older crimson 15.12 (windows 8.1). Only for some reason (RAM issue, may be?) I have to restart the miner manually 2-3 times to begin mining. Speed is around 20 sols.
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July 03, 2018, 09:31:14 PM
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miner does not recognise rx 480 at all. ellesmere kernel is working as i have seen a user post miner working for rx 470.

can you also please list, in text, everything in -h command. I have added this command line, bat, config. does not list anything.
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July 03, 2018, 09:38:52 PM
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Ok, I see JoenNL,

I have not tested on W10 only on W7.

Maybe have better results on 10  Wink

THX bro!!

Since the first build from Windows 10 i get higher speed on Windows 10. So yeah my advise is also to use win10 Smiley

And ofc, no problemo, this is where the forum is for.

See ya
Hey thanks for posting your config.json, thats exactly how i have mine set, even on suprnova lol

Like i mentioned its connecting and receiving work but thats as far as i got on W7, 10 next  Smiley

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July 03, 2018, 10:04:17 PM
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Am receiving shares from pool and submitting but on pool end 0 hash rate + 0 submits. Currently trying to mine to your default btcz equipool address under "HD7950" worker. States a negative difficulty, share rejects I assume.

mining with 3xHD7950 1x270 stock clocks
Win 10 64
tried on 17.30.1029 blockchain driver and now updated to 18.6.1, both producing the same negative difficulty.

ie.
Connecting to pool...
Connected to mine-btcz-euro.equipool.1ds.us:50061
Subscribed to stratum server
New target received: 0064000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
New job received: d148
Authorized worker: t1dbQvbohSUAGE6dZpUYru7e18SCNVipVXY.HD7950
Start Mining...
Submitting share
Share accepted
Average speed (5s): 12.1951 sol/s | 13.7945 sol/s | 11.7953 sol/s | 6.39744 sol/s Total: 44.1823 sol/s

Thanks for the AMD miner Smiley
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July 03, 2018, 10:14:59 PM
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Unfortunatelly no changes even with different drivers. Reported hash speeds are erratic, miner freezes on first two restarts (with a lot of disk swapping), and third time it starts to hash but shares are rejected (BTCZ, XSG). Waiting for more stable release(s) and kernels.
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July 03, 2018, 10:29:34 PM
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Edit: I found the option DEVICES. Again the miner gave 0 sols and restarted automatically endlessly, until I closed it, opened it again and began mining with 18-20 sols per card. This is for the rigs with regular 3GB Tahiti 280x Grin

That would be half of a GTX 1080 hashrate (according to what I read above) which is quite amazing for such old cards.
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July 03, 2018, 10:33:30 PM
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Edit: I found the option DEVICES. Again the miner gave 0 sols and restarted automatically endlessly, until I closed it, opened it again and began mining with 18-20 sols per card. This is for the rigs with regular 3GB Tahiti 280x Grin

That would be half of a GTX 1080 hashrate (according to what I read above) which is quite amazing for such old cards.

Expected to be honest, as even on "old" equihash 200,9 they were giving 285-320 sols per card ... but using => 200W of power Smiley
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July 03, 2018, 10:47:02 PM
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On my RX580 8GB Nitro+ 1500/2000, AMD Blockchain drivers, Win10 x64
11 to 17 sol. Most near 15.
Equipool shows near 7000 BTCZ/Month.
GPU-Z shows 126 Watt Avg power consumption.
Power limit 0.
Temp 59-60
Fan 39%
GPU Load 100%
Mem Controller Load ONLY 30%
Memory Used 4038 MB
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