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Author Topic: lolMiner 0.9.8: Improved C29M performance & Beam on Navi (Feb 24th)  (Read 79132 times)
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December 03, 2019, 09:30:26 PM
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Reporting around 1,10 to 1,15gps on c31 on 5700xt stock clocks, 1.05gps
 on 1750/925mv stock memory

How?  i can't get my rx 5700 xts close to that.  Mine are at .53 gps.
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December 03, 2019, 09:34:07 PM
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Why can 't I run lolMiner 0.9.1? How do I write the correct bat-file? Please.
I work now for teamredminer-v0.5.9.
4ps VEGA64 --> 2,3 g/s
it is normal?

Can you describe your problem more detailed?
There should be an example .bat for mining GRIN-31 included with the miner. Note that you will need Adrenalin 19.10.1 or newer on your sys. In case you still struggle feel free to dm me or join my Telegram channel https://t.me/lolMiner Smiley


Which amdmemtweak parameters are the best for Vega56 (C31 algo) ?

I would update to 0.9.2 release just pushed - that should be even better then the beta Smiley See my msg below Smiley


Update to 0.9.2

I just pushed 0.9.2 - this one should stabilize the GRIN-31 code even better and speed it up again - by about 5% in worst case and 10% (Navi) in best case Smiley
Also we tested a lot with optimized settings for this algorithms (thanks a lot to Dobromir Dobrev, MMP OS) - it is possible to get V56 to 1.0 g/s at only 130W (1220/900/0.825v). Stock may be faster when you do not care the electricity cost, but with this setting (V64 similar is possible) C31 hits the top end of Vega profitability Smiley
Please add --list options to show devices list
And separate devices by platform. I.e. --cuda-devices 1,2,3... --cl-devices 1,2,3..
Do not mix it Smiley
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December 03, 2019, 09:50:23 PM
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Reporting around 1,10 to 1,15gps on c31 on 5700xt stock clocks, 1.05gps
 on 1750/925mv stock memory

How?  i can't get my rx 5700 xts close to that.  Mine are at .53 gps.

.53? Thats far too low. Can you provide more info: OS, driver and clocks?
Why can 't I run lolMiner 0.9.1? How do I write the correct bat-file? Please.
I work now for teamredminer-v0.5.9.
4ps VEGA64 --> 2,3 g/s
it is normal?

Can you describe your problem more detailed?
There should be an example .bat for mining GRIN-31 included with the miner. Note that you will need Adrenalin 19.10.1 or newer on your sys. In case you still struggle feel free to dm me or join my Telegram channel https://t.me/lolMiner Smiley


Please add --list options to show devices list
And separate devices by platform. I.e. --cuda-devices 1,2,3... --cl-devices 1,2,3..
Do not mix it Smiley

Well I do not mix in cuda, its all OpenCL ^^ With --devices AMD you can restrict to AMD only. The sorting of devices is by PCIe bus number and is used that way by many mining OSes Smiley

Check out lolMiner for BEAM, GRIN, BTG, AION, ZEL and many more for AMD
Last stable version (Lin & Win):  0.9.6 - Big speed improvement for Grin mining on AMD cards
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December 03, 2019, 09:58:07 PM
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Can you describe your problem more detailed?

I use lolMiner_v091. Adrenalin_19.10.1
Now each VEGA-64 work 1,01 g/s.
But I do not  know the correct video-card settings.
Some cards stop working after a while.

Wake up good. Please help.
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December 03, 2019, 10:41:12 PM
Last edit: December 03, 2019, 10:52:43 PM by badbart
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Can you describe your problem more detailed?

I use lolMiner_v091. Adrenalin_19.10.1
Now each VEGA-64 work 1,01 g/s.
But I do not  know the correct video-card settings.
Some cards stop working after a while.

Wake up good. Please help.

I'm running stock clocks in windows, driver 19.9.3
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December 03, 2019, 10:59:32 PM
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I'm running stock clocks in windows, driver 19.9.3

What settings do you have: voltage, frequency, etc.?
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December 03, 2019, 11:18:59 PM
Last edit: December 03, 2019, 11:31:05 PM by badbart
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Core 2044, mem 875, volts no idea the controls are grayed out in after burner

wait a minute, I pressed ctrl F and bumped up the voltage now they are around 1.07. 

Do you have any suggestions what clocks to use?

Thanks
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December 04, 2019, 10:11:26 AM
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Perfectly!!!
Everything worked!
Update to 0.9.2
Each card 1.3 g/s
But the card overheats and turns off.
Where can I see my card settings?

In Windows thats right click to Desktop and there then Adrenalin settings. Your speed seems to be very good, but likely the card just run stock clocks and thus overheat. Better lower core clock and voltage to make it energy efficient. With less then half the stock energy the V64 should be able to do ~1.1 g/s - 1.3 it may reach but as you said - only for a short time and burning a lot of electricity.


I use lolMiner_v091. Adrenalin_19.10.1
Now each VEGA-64 work 1,01 g/s.
But I do not  know the correct video-card settings.
Some cards stop working after a while.

Wake up good. Please help.

Stop working after a while is often a sign for too low voltage -> try to bump it up one step (0.06v). Also I would suggest updating to 0.9.2 since this is a little more efficient and can call a reboot script in case of a card hanging.



Core 2044, mem 875, volts no idea the controls are grayed out in after burner

wait a minute, I pressed ctrl F and bumped up the voltage now they are around 1.07. 

Do you have any suggestions what clocks to use?

Thanks

Thats quite high core ... I would lower it, because at that value the card may heat-throttle rather sooner then later. It may be fast for a short time, but driving the Navi more in the ~1600 range may give much better energy efficiency.



To all:

I observed that the OpenCL api is very busy with the cuckoo algorithms and also is my CPU back end. Thus the CPU load when mining grin is... well not ultra high but also not low. So doing something CPU heavy in parallel may also corrupt the mining speed. Will see if I can do something on that to make that better.

Check out lolMiner for BEAM, GRIN, BTG, AION, ZEL and many more for AMD
Last stable version (Lin & Win):  0.9.6 - Big speed improvement for Grin mining on AMD cards
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December 04, 2019, 11:26:10 AM
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updating to 0.9.2
Sorry I have 0.9.2. This is missing.
After start lolMiner-0.9.2 work ~2 min. Than one from four videocard switch off.
 lolMiner reports
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Stuck device detected, invoking energency script.
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Can you help?
What data do you need?
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December 04, 2019, 12:10:47 PM
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updating to 0.9.2
Sorry I have 0.9.2. This is missing.
After start lolMiner-0.9.2 work ~2 min. Than one from four videocard switch off.
 lolMiner reports
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Stuck device detected, invoking energency script.
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Can you help?
What data do you need?


What cards, driver, clock speeds settings, actual clock speed as per hwinfo?
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December 04, 2019, 01:44:52 PM
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Just to drop a number: With current C31 code Vega 64 does 1.1 g/s at 180 W (settings: 1380 / 1000 @ 0.912V) making it the 2nd most profitable algorithm after CNR for V64 (!!!).

You are totally wrong with your calculation. Vega64 can easily make 50+mhs eth with lower than 180w power consumption. ))


Sorry,
was off the scene for a long,
and now have serious thoughts what to mine with Vegas, after Monero fork,
which miner can get 50+ mhs ETH?

Generally what is your thoughts what to mine now with Vegas?

Thank you in advance...
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December 04, 2019, 03:00:26 PM
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What cards, driver, clock speeds settings, actual clock speed as per hwinfo?


Radeon Software version - 19.9.2
Radeon Software Release - Adrenalin 2019
Windows version - Windows 10 (64 bit)
System Memory - 4 GB
CPU type is Intel (R) Core (TM) i5-4460 CPU @ 3.20GHz
Radeon Settings - 2019.0910.1749.32088
Driver packaging version - 19.30.03.01-190910a-346940C- RadeonSoftwareAdrenalin2019
The supplier is Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
2D driver version - 8.1.1.1634
Direct3D® Version - 9.14.10.01410
OpenGL® Version - 26.20.11000.13571
AMD audio driver version - 10.0.1.6
Vulkan™ Driver Version - 2.0.106
Vulkan™ API Version - 1.1.119
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VEGA-64_8GB. 4ps.
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Setting. GPU
Frequency (MHz) n/a| 992 |1082|1137|1202|1402|1212|1407|
mV.                    n/a| 900|950 | 1000|1050|1100|904  |925 |
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Setting Memory
Frequency (MHz) 1100 (max.)
mV.              905
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December 04, 2019, 09:31:24 PM
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Just to drop a number: With current C31 code Vega 64 does 1.1 g/s at 180 W (settings: 1380 / 1000 @ 0.912V) making it the 2nd most profitable algorithm after CNR for V64 (!!!).

You are totally wrong with your calculation. Vega64 can easily make 50+mhs eth with lower than 180w power consumption. ))


Sorry,
was off the scene for a long,
and now have serious thoughts what to mine with Vegas, after Monero fork,
which miner can get 50+ mhs ETH?

Generally what is your thoughts what to mine now with Vegas?

Thank you in advance...
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December 04, 2019, 11:04:38 PM
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Currently Grin31 is more profitable and less power consuming(Weird, but true) than ETH on Vega.

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December 05, 2019, 03:22:43 AM
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Lollie, do you mind explaining why you removed the 16G solver? Just curious why 8G would be faster. I've got some Vega FEs and a Radeon Pro Duo I wanted to throw at this, remember you had the 16G solver back on version 0.8.3.
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December 05, 2019, 05:33:35 AM
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Currently Grin31 is more profitable and less power consuming(Weird, but true) than ETH on Vega.

it probably may be but the power consumption is way more than mining eth
considering that it is identical profitable for me

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December 05, 2019, 09:35:09 AM
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Is there possible to implement Cuckaroo29 BFC algorithm?
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December 06, 2019, 05:40:18 AM
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Lollie, do you mind explaining why you removed the 16G solver? Just curious why 8G would be faster. I've got some Vega FEs and a Radeon Pro Duo I wanted to throw at this, remember you had the 16G solver back on version 0.8.3.

It was only removed for 0.9 but brought back for 0.9.1 - the reason was that the 8G 0.9 solver was quicker then 16G 0.8.8 (and earlier). 0.9.2 has a bug that may cause to load wrong kernel (8G instead of 16G) in Windows on FE - will be fixed with 0.9.3

Is there possible to implement Cuckaroo29 BFC algorithm?

I am redoing my C29 codes atm. Hope to have it flexible enough to add Cuckarood-29 (Current Grin-29), Cuckaroom-29 (next gen Grin from January), Cuckaroo-29 (BFC, Swap) and Cuckaroo-30 (Cortex) one by one... not yet sure about the order though ^^

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December 06, 2019, 07:30:46 AM
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I am redoing my C29 codes atm. Hope to have it flexible enough to add Cuckarood-29 (Current Grin-29), Cuckaroom-29 (next gen Grin from January), Cuckaroo-29 (BFC, Swap) and Cuckaroo-30 (Cortex) one by one... not yet sure about the order though ^^

Gminer and NBminer have 3% dev fee. I hope you can make better hashrate and same dev fee will be interested for you Smiley
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December 06, 2019, 08:53:51 AM
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i hive Vega 56 and Hive os (latest version)
lolminer 0.9.2 grin31
i get the inscription:
"All devices deselected or failed compatiblity check. Closing lolMiner"
what should be done?
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