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April 17, 2019, 08:45:07 AM
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guys. this crazy high --ref values you are using can't be good. check your pool-side hash ...

Why?  if temps are low enough, data is more stable, and refreshes can be less frequent.  Stock setting is almost certainly tuned to gaming usage under expectation of super high temps, plus a healthy margin.  And if the setting is too high, it should manifest in mem errors and/or invalid results due to bit flips - no need to look at pool rate.

FYI, my pool rate is as expected (w/ --REF 15600)

the higher --ref value for my cards is 12800 for vega56 pulse hynix runnung 940mhz mem.
All samsung cards are running below 10000 --ref.
With higher values I got hashrate drops, dead gpu in teamred, hw errors or inconsistent hash.
All my cards are tuned to run 50-53 degrees gpu temp, it is 60-65 degrees hbm temp according to gpu-z.
vega56 cards are downvolted to 800mv (~775mv in gpu-z). vega64 cards with higher soc clock for higher mem clock are downvolted to 825mv (~800mv in gpu-z)
vega56s are doing 20.5kh/s, vega64s are doing 21.2-21.6 kh/s.

What temps are you running to handle this --ref 15600 values?
Or are you using low intensity settings such as L18 for teamred to compensate it?
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April 17, 2019, 09:34:40 AM
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--CL 12 --RAS 28 --RCDRD 12 --RCDWR 5 --RC 44 --RP 10 --RRDS 3 --RRDL 3 --RTP 5 --FAW 20 --CWL 7 --WTRS 4 --WTRL 9 --WR 16 --WRRD 1 --RDWR 19 --REF 17550 --MRD 8 --MOD 15 --PD 8 --CKSRE 10 --CKSRX 10 --RFC 250

What memclk?
I got instacrash with this. Also you can try to lower FAW to even 12. After some discussion it seems lower FAW is better.

1100 on all cards. Ref Vega 56@64

With CL12 strap the 6 card hashrate went up from  (30min) 12705 H/s to 12815 H/s.
97% accepted shares -->926 accepted, 21 block expired, 8 low diff shares

mod.: I applied the CL12 strap with FAW 12. At fist glance it looks a bit faster. I'm testing it...
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April 17, 2019, 10:01:34 AM
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This is by far the best settings I tired.
4x Vega 64 with waterblocks.
Core 1300@0.950V and 1100@0.95V Normally it was 19.24kH/s/Vega. After the timing set is about 21.85kH/s/Vega.
Max temps: Core 40*C, HBM mem 53*C.
Team Red Miner v0.4.3 L22+22. HWinfo GPU chip power 157W. I don't have a power meter.
almost 4h no errors. https://ibb.co/R7CWKjw

vega64 lc is happily mining 21.2kh/s with 1230/1090@800mv showing only 115 watt in HWinfo GPU chip power
I will get to that eventually.

For now I'm testing other settings.
On normal timings the best intensity was L24+24. at the same core/mem freq I had consistent 19,24kH/s on all cards +-0.05kH/s.
On new timings this intensity was not that stable. After that L22+22. After 4,5h of hashing first HW error showed up and speed was 21.85 kH/s but with the spread od 0.4kh/s betwen cards.
After that I have tested L20+20 but that was ruled out because of decrease in hashrate of about 0.5kH/s/cards.
Now I'm using L18+18 and got result of 21.83 kH/s +-0.03kH/s between cards.
Using Adrenalin 19.4.1.

Please, can you write, in a few lines, how yo uset up your rig with 19.4.1, are you using power table, odn tool, if not, what you do? I tried 19.4.1 but frequencies are jumping all over the place, hbm goes from 1100 to 800 and 500 and this drops my hashrate. I returned to 18.6.1 and then it works ok. Thanks!!
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April 17, 2019, 10:17:39 AM
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guys. this crazy high --ref values you are using can't be good. check your pool-side hash ...

Why?  if temps are low enough, data is more stable, and refreshes can be less frequent.  Stock setting is almost certainly tuned to gaming usage under expectation of super high temps, plus a healthy margin.  And if the setting is too high, it should manifest in mem errors and/or invalid results due to bit flips - no need to look at pool rate.

FYI, my pool rate is as expected (w/ --REF 15600)

the higher --ref value for my cards is 12800 for vega56 pulse hynix runnung 940mhz mem.
All samsung cards are running below 10000 --ref.
With higher values I got hashrate drops, dead gpu in teamred, hw errors or inconsistent hash.
All my cards are tuned to run 50-53 degrees gpu temp, it is 60-65 degrees hbm temp according to gpu-z.
vega56 cards are downvolted to 800mv (~775mv in gpu-z). vega64 cards with higher soc clock for higher mem clock are downvolted to 825mv (~800mv in gpu-z)
vega56s are doing 20.5kh/s, vega64s are doing 21.2-21.6 kh/s.

What temps are you running to handle this --ref 15600 values?
Or are you using low intensity settings such as L18 for teamred to compensate it?

I have mostly nitros, so they run ~40deg... Sadly, i don't have insight into hbm temp under linux, but would assume, like windows, it's roughly 10deg hotter.  I do however have a ref 64 w/ same settings, running 10deg hotter and it's fine as well.  And a 64 flashed ref 56 running only the --REF change w/ no other timing edits (yet) - also fine.  In addition, I am still running efficient settings - 852cclock and L18+18. 

It's entirely feasible my lower temps allow the high REF in my case. 
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April 17, 2019, 10:38:32 AM
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IMO RFC impact to Share, High RFC much shares, Low RFC less shares
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April 17, 2019, 10:41:24 AM
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IMO RFC impact to Share, High RFC much shares, Low RFC less shares

--RRDS 3 --RRDL 3 then GPU with high OCL and Intensity dead, --RRDS 5 --RRDL 5  stable
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April 17, 2019, 10:50:49 AM
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So, CNR must be perfect in tuning, then hashrate got reward in good shares

Beside that, Pool eficiency must be good, so mining profitable


Monero Pools Profits
Generated 56 minutes 54 seconds ago
Pool name   
Last day profits
Last week profits   Last bi-weekly profits   Last month profits   Last bi-month profits   Last quarter profits   Last half a year profits
dwarfpool.com   116.15%   120.90%   117.29%   101.36%   112.96%   103.50%   88.70%
minexmr.com   58.82%   96.14%   99.96%   94.90%   96.13%   97.88%   99.02%
monero.crypto-pool.fr   0.00%   0.00%   44.53%   42.27%   63.00%   55.43%   53.26%
monero.hashvault.pro   176.43%   128.86%   129.45%   127.37%   104.63%   99.04%   95.58%
monerohash.com   93.51%   100.85%   90.63%   80.52%   85.43%   89.31%   93.94%
moneroocean.stream   97.95%   87.67%   79.01%   80.67%   99.28%   95.80%   93.09%
moneropool.com   0.00%   102.05%   98.56%   96.51%   80.62%   80.79%   n/a
nanopool.org   108.61%   98.64%   93.32%   97.17%   96.77%   96.92%   95.67%
reference   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%
supportxmr.com   98.85%   93.97%   95.68%   95.05%   93.22%   95.57%   95.48%
xmr.f2pool.com   97.79%   97.32%   96.54%   96.69%   98.59%   97.20%   97.44%
xmrpool.eu   107.18%   105.41%   111.60%   95.31%   95.88%   96.42%   93.29%
xmrpool.net   0.00%   33.05%   28.31%   37.30%   26.73%   26.11%   35.12%
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April 17, 2019, 10:55:44 AM
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So, CNR must be perfect in tuning, then hashrate got reward in good shares

Beside that, Pool eficiency must be good, so mining profitable

https://moneroocean.stream/profits/


Monero Pools Profits
Generated 56 minutes 54 seconds ago
Pool name   
Last day profits
Last week profits   Last bi-weekly profits   Last month profits   Last bi-month profits   Last quarter profits   Last half a year profits
dwarfpool.com   116.15%   120.90%   117.29%   101.36%   112.96%   103.50%   88.70%
minexmr.com   58.82%   96.14%   99.96%   94.90%   96.13%   97.88%   99.02%
monero.crypto-pool.fr   0.00%   0.00%   44.53%   42.27%   63.00%   55.43%   53.26%
monero.hashvault.pro   176.43%   128.86%   129.45%   127.37%   104.63%   99.04%   95.58%
monerohash.com   93.51%   100.85%   90.63%   80.52%   85.43%   89.31%   93.94%
moneroocean.stream   97.95%   87.67%   79.01%   80.67%   99.28%   95.80%   93.09%
moneropool.com   0.00%   102.05%   98.56%   96.51%   80.62%   80.79%   n/a
nanopool.org   108.61%   98.64%   93.32%   97.17%   96.77%   96.92%   95.67%
reference   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%   100.00%
supportxmr.com   98.85%   93.97%   95.68%   95.05%   93.22%   95.57%   95.48%
xmr.f2pool.com   97.79%   97.32%   96.54%   96.69%   98.59%   97.20%   97.44%
xmrpool.eu   107.18%   105.41%   111.60%   95.31%   95.88%   96.42%   93.29%
xmrpool.net   0.00%   33.05%   28.31%   37.30%   26.73%   26.11%   35.12%
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April 17, 2019, 11:15:45 AM
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So Now

Do research about profitable with this Great Tweaking of the Decade,

ETHASH or CNR ?
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April 17, 2019, 12:21:35 PM
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--CL 12 --RAS 28 --RCDRD 12 --RCDWR 5 --RC 44 --RP 10 --RRDS 3 --RRDL 3 --RTP 5 --FAW 20 --CWL 7 --WTRS 4 --WTRL 9 --WR 16 --WRRD 1 --RDWR 19 --REF 17550 --MRD 8 --MOD 15 --PD 8 --CKSRE 10 --CKSRX 10 --RFC 250

What memclk?
I got instacrash with this. Also you can try to lower FAW to even 12. After some discussion it seems lower FAW is better.

On my 6 card rig FAW 12 instant crash, but on my 5 card rig it's running good for the last 2 hours. 30 min avg. hashrate increased from 10641 H/s to 10720 H/s @ CNR.  Less than 1% but its for free Wink
Now more than 10% increase from stock values. 9600 H/s --> 10700 H/s.  11.46% for CNR which is not the most memory intensive algorithm.
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April 17, 2019, 03:41:11 PM
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Can someone please tell me how to get this running in windows?


# Build (Windows)
  - Clone repo
  - Launch VS Project
  - Build!

I downloaded or "cloned" the files from github.
I deciphered "Launch VS Project" to download a Visual Basic program, (install a bunch of stuff i dont want) and open a project in Visual Basic.

And i have no clue what to do now, cant find any"project" or "Build" option.
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April 17, 2019, 03:59:17 PM
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Just download the windows binaries from releases.
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April 17, 2019, 04:06:32 PM
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Just download the windows binaries from releases.

WHERE???

I have been looking for the binaries for over 2h now, im starting to lose my mind.
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April 17, 2019, 04:18:40 PM
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Just download the windows binaries from releases.

WHERE???

I have been looking for the binaries for over 2h now, im starting to lose my mind.
Dude, seriously?
Go to the github linked in OP.
Click on "releases".
There you go. Your files are there.

That doesn't take two fukcing hours.



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April 17, 2019, 04:37:59 PM
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Ohhhh i did not know about the "releases" button.  Grin

Thank you!
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April 17, 2019, 08:55:24 PM
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So after pissing about for 3 days I've gone back to stock Vega 56 bioses.

The Vega 64 bios on my cards did increase the hash but at the cost of way more power and hash drops 20khs and 1.2kw from the wall

Fine tuned the my cards on 56bios to 19khs without timing, And 20khs with timing pulling 950 w from the wall. Pool hash rock solid now aswell

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April 17, 2019, 09:15:22 PM
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Hi Guys,

Zorg33 said to me share this set, because it's impossible, but working good for me:
--CL 12 --RAS 28 --RCDRD 12 --RCDWR 5 --RC 44 --RP 10 --RRDS 3 --RRDL 3 --RTP 5 --FAW 20 --CWL 7 --WTRS 4 --WTRL 9 --WR 16 --WRRD 1 --RDWR 19 --REF 17550 --MRD 8 --MOD 15 --PD 8 --CKSRE 10 --CKSRX 10 --RFC 250

Vega56 @ 64 sapphire samsung ram, Win10, 18.6.1 and 18.5.1 classic 1408/900core 1100/900mem

Turtle 22+
ETH 51+
Cr-Lite 10K khs (1600/990 1100/900, but crashed, 9600kh 1408/900 1100/900 super stable after 24h)

Ok, now after 16 hours of running, i can say: superb!  Grin

Reference Vega 56 (64bios) at 20.7 kh/s 1280/870 1090/900 ODT L20+20 (TRM)
Asus Strix Vega 64 at 21.32  kh/s 1280/870 1090/880 ODT, L18+18 (TRM)

Driver 18.6.1., GPU temp 66 C (have problem with small space for rig, so results could be even better), power for 3 Vegas + 1 RX570 from the wall 710W.
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April 17, 2019, 10:24:07 PM
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woooo this is yuge

does it only work on vegas with samsung at the moment or does it work with hynix versions too?
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April 17, 2019, 10:53:43 PM
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just thought i'd share what i've done with this with the hope it helps others (or me)

have 3 vega's mining ETH on my rig (have a mix of rx470s, 480s and 570s, using phoenix 4.1c, amd driver 18.5.1 but will try 19.2.2 soon)

all vega reference 56's flashed to 64.

using wattman to adjust settings
windoze 10 1803
gpu 852mhz @ 0.825v
mem 1085mhz @ 0.825v
power limit -40%
(GPU only power draw in GPU-Z is 116w)

previously getting ~43.4mhs

now getting ~44.1mhs with using "winamdtweak --i 6,8,9 --rp 12 --rc 44 --rfc 250 --rrds 3 --rrdl 3 --rcdrd 12 --rcdwr 5 --CL 19 --RAS 28 --REF 15600"
*no change in power usage (checked with hwinfo via my corsair rxi psu's)
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April 17, 2019, 10:58:28 PM
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now getting ~44.1mhs with using "winamdtweak --i 6,8,9 --rp 12 --rc 44 --rfc 250 --rrds 3 --rrdl 3 --rcdrd 12 --rcdwr 5 --CL 19 --RAS 28 --REF 15600"

Try my timings if you want to run ethash 51+ mh.
pbfarmer's timings are better for CN algos.

Also you may have to increase core clk to benefit from faster mem.
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