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July 08, 2019, 01:20:51 AM
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Lotta batteries or grid-tie needed for that - but they're pretty close to the BIG wind farm area west of Mojave so there should be plenty of powerline infrastructure nearby.
Arizona would make more sense though - more sunlike more of the year round, 70% is less than what I see in Central Washington!

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Lotta batteries or grid-tie needed for that - but they're pretty close to the BIG wind farm area west of Mojave so there should be plenty of powerline infrastructure nearby.
Arizona would make more sense though - more sunlike more of the year round, 70% is less than what I see in Central Washington!

10-13 mega watts daily is most likely wrong number..

An acre is about 300 panels

Say top of the line it is 400 watts. Older cheap it is 200 watts a panel average panel is 300

So 400 x 300 is  120kwatts hourly x 50 for easy math is 6000 kwatts  hourly

That’s a sunny spot  so use 6 factor.  So 36000 kwatts  which is 36 megawatts a day with top of the line panels

And 18 megawatts a day with cheaper panels.

So spilt to 1 megawatt 24/7/365

Which is 800 kwatts with safety factor of 80%

So if all s17s. 800/2.2 = 360 units   X 50th = 18ph a day.

So. 18000 x 0.000032 =     0.5778     BTC a day

About 6700 a day.

2,430,000 a year

Not that impressed since it was 22,000,000 to build.  Which is 1/3 less after rebate.

14.74 million cost for the solar.  And the miners may be legally rolled into it.

First year 2,430,000 back maybe less due to diff and price moves maybe more.

I used to earn 1 btc a day back in 2012 using 8kwatts  hourly.

Vs 800kwatts hourly to earn 0.5778 coins now.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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July 08, 2019, 05:32:30 AM
Last edit: July 08, 2019, 05:46:08 AM by citronick
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Finally the Vegas are on SMOS (Vega version)...

Any suggestions on how to further optimize watts and hash?

8 x Vega64 / 300MHs / 37.xxMHs per card

I can push memory higher to 1100 to achieve 44Mhs per card
but I am worried about overall watts consumed by this rig
currently just under 1300watts.

The Vegas have Samsung memory.
PSU is 2400w Delta.

I haven't experiment with eliovp's auto-mem utility and rxboost.

*** eliovp, tytanick - if you guys are reading this post, please advise.





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July 08, 2019, 06:05:01 AM
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Finally the Vegas are on SMOS (Vega version)...



Nice setup, I had a rig a few years back that was nothing but 5x R9 290 all sitting in close proximity to one another. Kind of like your setup. And with the bad cooling in the reference design, I assumed that they would all overheat except the card in front but surprisingly they ran pretty well.

This was mining ETH which if I recall used maybe 250 Watts per GPU, so the heat was obviously much higher than yours, I believe it ran at 80C or so. The fans were running crazy loud but they never had any stability problems or overheats ever. The fans also never died on them.

Had to shut the rig down because as the DAG grew the R9 290 gpus started to slow down after each Epoch, eventually it ran less than 15MH/s using similiar wattage as before and I just shut it down.

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July 08, 2019, 06:18:42 PM
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Why don't you mine Monero? It's more profitable for Vegas than ETH. I can give you the configuration for CNR mining with Vegas. ~2300h/s with 1407 core, 1075 memory at 862mV.
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July 09, 2019, 12:52:18 AM
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Finally the Vegas are on SMOS (Vega version)...


Why don't you mine Monero? It's more profitable for Vegas than ETH. I can give you the configuration for CNR mining with Vegas. ~2300h/s with 1407 core, 1075 memory at 862mV.

I was mining Monero prior to moving the Vega rigs from Windows to VEGA.

With BTC moving up aggressively...... any alts at the moment will have a bad day against BTC in terms of ratio.

Moving my non-SHA256 rigs to Nicehash will boost my BTC accumulation faster, because with mining diff is so high for most of the top coins, I rather give my hash for rent at Nicehash and collect BTC.

Thanks for the CNR settings, I will experiment on the settings this weekend.

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July 09, 2019, 08:32:00 PM
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Finally the Vegas are on SMOS (Vega version)...


Why don't you mine Monero? It's more profitable for Vegas than ETH. I can give you the configuration for CNR mining with Vegas. ~2300h/s with 1407 core, 1075 memory at 862mV.

I was mining Monero prior to moving the Vega rigs from Windows to VEGA.

With BTC moving up aggressively...... any alts at the moment will have a bad day against BTC in terms of ratio.

Moving my non-SHA256 rigs to Nicehash will boost my BTC accumulation faster, because with mining diff is so high for most of the top coins, I rather give my hash for rent at Nicehash and collect BTC.

Thanks for the CNR settings, I will experiment on the settings this weekend.


I forgot to mention I'm mining Monero on Nicehash Smiley) So I get BTC.
Just experimented Vegas on CNR with same config but with 850mV and it's working stable since 40 hours on 25 Vegas with the new TeamRedMiner v0.5.5.
For amdmemorytweak I'm using: amdmemorytweak --rp 12 --rc 44 --rfc 250 --rrds 3 --rrdl 3 --rcdrd 12 --rcdwr 5 --CL 19 --RAS 28 --REF 15600
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July 09, 2019, 09:46:29 PM
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Finally the Vegas are on SMOS (Vega version)...


Why don't you mine Monero? It's more profitable for Vegas than ETH. I can give you the configuration for CNR mining with Vegas. ~2300h/s with 1407 core, 1075 memory at 862mV.

I was mining Monero prior to moving the Vega rigs from Windows to VEGA.

With BTC moving up aggressively...... any alts at the moment will have a bad day against BTC in terms of ratio.

Moving my non-SHA256 rigs to Nicehash will boost my BTC accumulation faster, because with mining diff is so high for most of the top coins, I rather give my hash for rent at Nicehash and collect BTC.

Thanks for the CNR settings, I will experiment on the settings this weekend.


I forgot to mention I'm mining Monero on Nicehash Smiley) So I get BTC.
Just experimented Vegas on CNR with same config but with 850mV and it's working stable since 40 hours on 25 Vegas with the new TeamRedMiner v0.5.5.
For amdmemorytweak I'm using: amdmemorytweak --rp 12 --rc 44 --rfc 250 --rrds 3 --rrdl 3 --rcdrd 12 --rcdwr 5 --CL 19 --RAS 28 --REF 15600


whats your clocks settings at? still 1407 core, 1075 memory at 850mV ?

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July 09, 2019, 09:59:01 PM
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Finally the Vegas are on SMOS (Vega version)...


Why don't you mine Monero? It's more profitable for Vegas than ETH. I can give you the configuration for CNR mining with Vegas. ~2300h/s with 1407 core, 1075 memory at 862mV.

I was mining Monero prior to moving the Vega rigs from Windows to VEGA.

With BTC moving up aggressively...... any alts at the moment will have a bad day against BTC in terms of ratio.

Moving my non-SHA256 rigs to Nicehash will boost my BTC accumulation faster, because with mining diff is so high for most of the top coins, I rather give my hash for rent at Nicehash and collect BTC.

Thanks for the CNR settings, I will experiment on the settings this weekend.


I forgot to mention I'm mining Monero on Nicehash Smiley) So I get BTC.
Just experimented Vegas on CNR with same config but with 850mV and it's working stable since 40 hours on 25 Vegas with the new TeamRedMiner v0.5.5.
For amdmemorytweak I'm using: amdmemorytweak --rp 12 --rc 44 --rfc 250 --rrds 3 --rrdl 3 --rcdrd 12 --rcdwr 5 --CL 19 --RAS 28 --REF 15600


whats your clocks settings at? still 1407 core, 1075 memory at 850mV ?
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July 11, 2019, 02:26:34 PM
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Finally the Vegas are on SMOS (Vega version)...

Any suggestions on how to further optimize watts and hash?

8 x Vega64 / 300MHs / 37.xxMHs per card

I can push memory higher to 1100 to achieve 44Mhs per card
but I am worried about overall watts consumed by this rig
currently just under 1300watts.

The Vegas have Samsung memory.
PSU is 2400w Delta.

I haven't experiment with eliovp's auto-mem utility and rxboost.

*** eliovp, tytanick - if you guys are reading this post, please advise.






Curious how the power delivery works for this mobo.

Is it just 8x 6pin input from PSU, then 8x 6pin output from mobo, which goes into a splitter and then into the Vegas?
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Finally the Vegas are on SMOS (Vega version)...

Any suggestions on how to further optimize watts and hash?

8 x Vega64 / 300MHs / 37.xxMHs per card

I can push memory higher to 1100 to achieve 44Mhs per card
but I am worried about overall watts consumed by this rig
currently just under 1300watts.

The Vegas have Samsung memory.
PSU is 2400w Delta.

I haven't experiment with eliovp's auto-mem utility and rxboost.

*** eliovp, tytanick - if you guys are reading this post, please advise.

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Curious how the power delivery works for this mobo.

Is it just 8x 6pin input from PSU, then 8x 6pin output from mobo, which goes into a splitter and then into the Vegas?

This board is quite simple, just like what you described above.

The splitter is quite safe since total watts less per splitter is way less than 300w - as per SMOS and the clock settings, max watts per card around 130watts per Vega64.

Surprisingly quite cooling this setup, since this Gen1 Vegas are reference blower type.

I got these boards from Letine.





I was able to get the rig to push 338mhs at Nicehash@DaggerHashimoto, using PhoenixMiner and recommended amdmemorytweak utility inserted in the advanced tool settings on the SMOS dashboard. Great help from the SMOS Discord channel.

BogdanCo settings is even better but my rig couldn't handle it, so I had to settle for 42-43mhs per Vega




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July 11, 2019, 03:29:43 PM
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I'm kind of worried that 1200W+ is running through the traces in the board. At the same time I wonder if it's possible to push 8x Vega VII at 250W each  Grin

Bought one of these similar boards as sample today, but has a cpu socket to use a G4560 instead of the soldered 3865U. It's slightly cheaper than the onda boards and most importantly $86 USD Bitmain APW7 can be used instead of 1500w titaniums.
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I'm kind of worried that 1200W+ is running through the traces in the board. At the same time I wonder if it's possible to push 8x Vega VII at 250W each  Grin

Bought one of these similar boards as sample today, but has a cpu socket to use a G4560 instead of the soldered 3865U. It's slightly cheaper than the onda boards and most importantly $86 USD Bitmain APW7 can be used instead of 1500w titaniums.

If on Windows..... I may share the same concerns with you... that's why putting this on Linux SMOS with tighter power controls is preferred without messing with Windows, registry, power-tables etc.

The 2400w Deltas are rated 94% platinums - I have got a bunch of these (during Parallel Miner firesales). They are really a live saver and I dont have to worry about number of cables needed even for heavy duty GPUs like 1080tis or 32 cables....

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I was able to get the rig to push 338mhs at Nicehash@DaggerHashimoto, using PhoenixMiner and recommended amdmemorytweak utility inserted in the advanced tool settings on the SMOS dashboard. Great help from the SMOS Discord channel.

BogdanCo settings is even better but my rig couldn't handle it, so I had to settle for 42-43mhs per Vega




You can try 1000 core, 1075 mem @ 850mV with amdmemorytweak --rp 12 --rc 44 --rfc 250 --rrds 3 --rrdl 3 --rcdrd 12 --rcdwr 5 --CL 19 --RAS 28 --REF 15600
Should get ~48.2 Mh/s ETH / Vega64 and stable with no rejected shares...
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I was able to get the rig to push 338mhs at Nicehash@DaggerHashimoto, using PhoenixMiner and recommended amdmemorytweak utility inserted in the advanced tool settings on the SMOS dashboard. Great help from the SMOS Discord channel.

BogdanCo settings is even better but my rig couldn't handle it, so I had to settle for 42-43mhs per Vega




You can try 1000 core, 1075 mem @ 850mV with amdmemorytweak --rp 12 --rc 44 --rfc 250 --rrds 3 --rrdl 3 --rcdrd 12 --rcdwr 5 --CL 19 --RAS 28 --REF 15600
Should get ~48.2 Mh/s ETH / Vega64 and stable with no rejected shares...

With these settings on PhoenixMiner ..... rig is alive bt #GPU4 stay 0mhs.... the 7 x Vegas are working fine - could this be a bad GPU?

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I'm kind of worried that 1200W+ is running through the traces in the board. At the same time I wonder if it's possible to push 8x Vega VII at 250W each  Grin

Bought one of these similar boards as sample today, but has a cpu socket to use a G4560 instead of the soldered 3865U. It's slightly cheaper than the onda boards and most importantly $86 USD Bitmain APW7 can be used instead of 1500w titaniums.

If on Windows..... I may share the same concerns with you... that's why putting this on Linux SMOS with tighter power controls is preferred without messing with Windows, registry, power-tables etc.

The 2400w Deltas are rated 94% platinums - I have got a bunch of these (during Parallel Miner firesales). They are really a live saver and I dont have to worry about number of cables needed even for heavy duty GPUs like 1080tis or 32 cables....

you do not need to setup with all that power into the mobo

psu send 6 pcie to mobo

psu send 8 pcie to cards

do not feed a lot of cables out of the mobo into the cards.

less energy goes into the mobo.

somewhere some place I did photos on this board  and

 sending cables right to the cards = better

then cables to mobos to cards

the mobo still needs 6 cables into it for the slots to be powered.

it does not need any out of it into the cards.

although it is neater wiring .

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yeah, i was drawn away from those style of boards because you are adding more points of failure to power distribution; more contact points, cables, etc....

This is why I loved the D8P soo much;  aside from the 8+4.

YoBit is not to be trusted.   They magically show volume that is 10-100x the amount of coins that the total network has on a certain shitcoin;  and it all happened while the wallet was "offline" and about half of the actual coins in the network are in private wallets.

Be warned;  stay away from them.  -JK
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I was able to get the rig to push 338mhs at Nicehash@DaggerHashimoto, using PhoenixMiner and recommended amdmemorytweak utility inserted in the advanced tool settings on the SMOS dashboard. Great help from the SMOS Discord channel.

BogdanCo settings is even better but my rig couldn't handle it, so I had to settle for 42-43mhs per Vega




You can try 1000 core, 1075 mem @ 850mV with amdmemorytweak --rp 12 --rc 44 --rfc 250 --rrds 3 --rrdl 3 --rcdrd 12 --rcdwr 5 --CL 19 --RAS 28 --REF 15600
Should get ~48.2 Mh/s ETH / Vega64 and stable with no rejected shares...

With these settings on PhoenixMiner ..... rig is alive bt #GPU4 stay 0mhs.... the 7 x Vegas are working fine - could this be a bad GPU?

All of them are Sapphire reference? I have a 6x MSI Reference cards for which I had to set 875mV to be stable. For the rest of Sapphire (Reference) and ASUS (not Reference) 850mV works quite well.
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July 21, 2019, 10:09:41 PM
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With grin 29 fork. What do I need to do to get my simple Mining back on track.?

I pointed my 1080ti to bci for last few days.

Would prefer to mine grin

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With grin 29 fork. What do I need to do to get my simple Mining back on track.?

I pointed my 1080ti to bci for last few days.

Would prefer to mine grin

Phil,

Gminer since v1.51 supports the fork - see GITHUB
SMOS has v1.52 updated.

1.51
@develsoftware develsoftware released this 6 days ago
added Cuckarood29 algorithm for Nvidia cards (use --algo grin29 for autoswitch after hardfork)

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