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Author Topic: re: AMD Stream SDK 2.6 (Catalyst 11.12/12.1) - Get your performance back!  (Read 1131 times)
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January 07, 2012, 12:13:08 PM
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re: AMD Stream SDK 2.6 (Catalyst 11.12/12.1) - Get your performance back! (Phoenix) in the Bitcoin Forum > Bitcoin > Mining > Mining software (miners) section..

On my 5830, I've been able to get the following results with 1030 core, 395 memory setting (ed: oh, this is with 12.1 installed):

C:\Bitcoin\PhoenixMiner3>phoenix -u hxxp://xxx:xxx@xxx:xxx/ -k phatk device=0 AGGRESSION=6 fastloop=false VECTORS4 WORKSIZE=64
[07/01/2012 05:53:23] Phoenix v1.7.2 starting...
[07/01/2012 05:53:23] Connected to server
[07/01/2012 05:53:26] Result: 30498c22 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:53:28] Result: 8a32ebba accepted
[07/01/2012 05:53:33] Result: 0f23d202 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:54:03] Result: 43cb913a accepted
[07/01/2012 05:54:03] Result: b396e606 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:54:26] Result: f454a5e5 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:54:37] Result: 85485c84 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:54:57] Result: 4d36d8d2 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:55:09] Result: 2375c7e7 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:55:39] Result: 2e624f87 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:55:46] Result: 304d0ac8 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:55:51] Result: 74cc1d7d accepted
[07/01/2012 05:55:56] Result: 771726f0 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:55:59] Result: 929b110c accepted
[07/01/2012 05:56:16] Result: 4c9837c2 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:56:40] Result: 7cf4b050 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:56:54] Result: 5392f8e9 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:56:58] Result: 30ef980e accepted
[07/01/2012 05:57:01] Result: bc91d2e3 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:57:07] LP: New work pushed
[07/01/2012 05:57:28] Result: d5c12c1f accepted
[07/01/2012 05:57:29] Result: e8c9e562 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:57:44] Result: 65359092 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:57:48] Result: 6074961e accepted
[07/01/2012 05:57:55] Result: 2cfb5520 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:58:09] Result: 15d50178 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:58:16] Result: 48f30dcd accepted
[07/01/2012 05:58:30] Result: 9ffb22b0 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:58:36] Result: c0ae45be accepted
[07/01/2012 05:58:46] Result: 141e18b2 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:58:49] Result: c8b7e357 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:58:55] Result: ebde70bb accepted
[07/01/2012 05:59:26] Result: 4a2921e0 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:59:34] Result: 94444d85 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:59:43] Result: a9442643 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:59:51] Result: 5d61847a accepted
[07/01/2012 05:59:51] Result: a0f27b00 accepted
[07/01/2012 05:59:58] Result: 8875e97e accepted
[07/01/2012 06:00:07] Result: 14cf3802 accepted
[07/01/2012 06:00:15] Result: aa795e52 accepted
[356.51 Mhash/sec] [39 Accepted] [0 Rejected] [RPC (+LP)]

Maybe just a display error?  It bounces between 356 and 335'ish... with the -a 1000 flag, it gets ~345mhash.  This is with the diapolo 2011-12-21 kernel.  

I have an old result on https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

5830   334   -      -   1030   -   2.4   PCI-E 2.1 x16   phoenix 1.50 / phatk 2.0 / Win7 64   Stock voltage, 385Mhz Memory, VECTORS AGGRESSION=12 WORKSIZE=256 BFI_INT -- (upped from 330 achieved with diapolo mod here), now using phatk 2.0 found here

the 'here's being links.  I achieve the best results using aggression 6 or 7, if one is to believe what phoenix is telling me. Odd.


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just thought I'd add that I have card one at 6 aggression, card 2 at 9 aggression.. for a while now.

card 1 has 4630 shares, card 2 has 3880 shares

oh, and 395 is the best memory setting, not 366

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