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April 22, 2011, 02:55:21 AM
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Haven't checked my power consumption, but I increased from 333Mhash/s to ~361Mhash/s which is about 8% increase.

Running 5870. Overclocked with AMD GPU Clock Tool. Core clock=999, Memory Clock=700. Voltage=1.0630.

I'm not really into the technical details here, I just tried until I had something that worked.

Running win7 64bit

Can't be bothered to get the driver versions now. Fan running at 3333 RPM, temp at 71 celsius.

It is left to see if this will run in a stable fashion.

Managed to get it to 375 for short sprints, but system crashed so it was not sustainable.

Edit: Just popping in to tell that I ran at 360Mhash/s all night without a hitch. (970Mhz/Mem clock 700, VDDC 1.0630)
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April 23, 2011, 06:33:23 PM
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I'm getting 83C temps and 330Mhashes/sec on my Asus matrix 5870 2GB clocks @ 982/1245

Is that normal? Cause from reading here it doesn't seem like it is?

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April 23, 2011, 08:32:32 PM
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I'm getting 83C temps and 330Mhashes/sec on my Asus matrix 5870 2GB clocks @ 982/1245

Is that normal? Cause from reading here it doesn't seem like it is?

You could try to use Msi afterburner to increase the fan speed. That would lower the temps. running mine at 3500RPM, and temps are at 62 degrees celcius.

Try the following command for mining (These are for connecting to deepbit-pool:

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poclbm.exe --user=yourusergoeshere --pass=yourpassgoeshere --device=devicenumbergoes here --verbose --rate=5 -o deepbit.net -f 0 -v -w 128
Pay attention to the last part of that string. Setting -f 0 means the desktop will be laggy, but more Mhashes/sec will come your way. If you inted to use the system for work, you could have two different settings (make bat or vbs files), one for full load, and one that you can use while working on the system.

Also you can download AMD GPU Clock Tool to overclock the card. I've had it running at core clock 970 and mem clock 700 for a couple of days, I also changed the voltage to 1.0630.

I had the same number as you, 330Mhash/s before I overclocked the card.




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April 23, 2011, 08:43:45 PM
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Just wanted to share the results of my new mining rig.  Original plan was a 6990, but TigerDirect FUBAR'd that order.  I ended up getting a 5870 delivered before fixing the 6990 order issue, and I'm amazed at how well its performing.


Funny, I ordered a 6950 from tigerdirect and they also FUBAR'd it too.  They held it for a confirmation yet it was paid out of a paypal balance.  I did not know for a week (I should have checked on shipping sooner!) so I lost out of a weeks mining.  I ordered another 5870 from someone else instead. 

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April 25, 2011, 03:34:52 PM
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For those with win 7 64 bit, I'm now running at 990/700 and it seems to be stable as high as 367-368Mhash/s, so it's not that far off from the performance that the thread starter got.
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April 25, 2011, 04:16:32 PM
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I was getting 355 MH/s running my HD5870 at 950/300 with the standard poclbm on Win7, but now I'm trying Phoenix 1.1 with AGGRESSION set to 10 and the card at 975/300, I'm getting a reported 410 MH/s. Dropping the Memory Clock speed from 1200 to 300 does help, but you'll need to use MSI Afterburner to do it.
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April 25, 2011, 05:05:28 PM
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I just switched over to the Phoenix miner 1.1 as well, and now run at 421-423 mHash/sec on all of my 5870s.  Clock settings are 975/300, using the 0.950 voltage.  They're running cooler, sucking less power, and running significantly faster with Phoenix!

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April 25, 2011, 06:04:14 PM
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I just switched over to the Phoenix miner 1.1 as well, and now run at 421-423 mHash/sec on all of my 5870s.  Clock settings are 975/300, using the 0.950 voltage.  They're running cooler, sucking less power, and running significantly faster with Phoenix!

1010/300 (stock voltage) here with Phoenix and getting 437MH/s on my 5870.  Still running a tiny bit hot at 77C but that is my crappy case, most likely.
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April 25, 2011, 07:33:53 PM
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I'm hoping to push my cards back to 1020/300 once I finish reorganizing my house to accommodate the rigs and can spend some time hooked up to a Kill-A-Watt to find the sweet spot for mHash/watt.

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April 25, 2011, 08:10:35 PM
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I just switched over to the Phoenix miner 1.1 as well, and now run at 421-423 mHash/sec on all of my 5870s.  Clock settings are 975/300, using the 0.950 voltage.  They're running cooler, sucking less power, and running significantly faster with Phoenix!

1010/300 (stock voltage) here with Phoenix and getting 437MH/s on my 5870.  Still running a tiny bit hot at 77C but that is my crappy case, most likely.
Impressive.  Your using windows I assume?

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April 25, 2011, 08:30:13 PM
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Impressive.  Your using windows I assume?

Ubuntu 10.10 x64, SDK 2.1, Phoenix miner
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April 25, 2011, 09:47:22 PM
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5870 @990/300 getting 414 M hash/sec with Phoenix (-k poclbm DEVICE=0 VECTORS AGGRESSION=13 BFI_INT) .

I´m using:
win 7 64
Catalyst 11.4 prerelease
SDK 2.4

It would be nice if everyone posted their config soft, commands in Phoenix and hard.
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April 25, 2011, 11:01:48 PM
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5870 @990/300 getting 414 M hash/sec with Phoenix (-k poclbm DEVICE=0 VECTORS AGGRESSION=13 BFI_INT) .

I´m using:
win 7 64
Catalyst 11.4 prerelease
SDK 2.4

It would be nice if everyone posted their config soft, commands in Phoenix and hard.

Well I guess I have quite a bit of data to contribute here:

Linux: (all these use VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=11)
425.5 Mhash/s - 5870 @ 960/300 (Ubuntu 10.10, driver 11.2, SDK 2.1)
419.0 Mhash/s - 5870 @ 945/300 (Ubuntu 10.10, driver 11.2, SDK 2.1)
412.5 Mhash/s - 5870 @ 930/300 (Ubuntu 10.10, driver 11.2, SDK 2.1)
305.0 Mhash/s - 5830 @ 980/300 (Ubuntu 10.10, driver 11.2, SDK 2.1)

Windows:
436.5 Mhash/s - 5870 @ 1030/300 (Win7 x64, driver 11.2, SDK 2.2) (VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=10)
394.5 Mhash/s - 5870 @ 930/300 (Win7 x64, driver 11.2, SDK 2.2) (VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=10)
393.5 Mhash/s - 5870 @ 930/300 (Win7 x64, driver 11.3, SDK 2.4) (VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=8 FASTLOOP)

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April 25, 2011, 11:34:18 PM
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hi,
Here is my contribution, just for information:
I've a HD5870 XFX and up to 429-435Mh/s (it varies) with 1000/300 0.950v and phoenix 1.1 with  VECTORS AGGRESSION=7 WORKSIZE=128 BFI_INT (with aggression=12 I loose some mh/s..)
OS windows 7 64 ; 85°C after 1/2h

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April 26, 2011, 02:17:04 AM
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hi,
Here is my contribution, just for information:
I've a HD5870 XFX and up to 429-435Mh/s (it varies) with 1000/300 0.950v and phoenix 1.1 with  VECTORS AGGRESSION=7 WORKSIZE=128 BFI_INT (with aggression=12 I loose some mh/s..)
OS windows 7 64 ; 85°C after 1/2h



Did you use msi afterburner to undervolt de gpu? Did you try to get it any lower? How did you test for stability?
Thank you in advance.
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April 26, 2011, 04:15:19 AM
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I see a lot have happened here!

Ok, I'll fill in my two cents.

I used AMD GPU Clock Tool to tweak the Core Clock and the Memory Clock.

At settings 970 and 300 (0.9500)-voltage I get ~395 to 406Mhash/s.

I'm afraid to drive the clock up too much as this makes the graphic card driver crash.
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April 26, 2011, 04:24:38 AM
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New version of Phoenix 1.2 is now for download. Give it a try.
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April 26, 2011, 04:41:20 AM
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Ubuntu 10.10 x64, 2.1 SDK, Phoenix 1.2, 11.3 drivers, dedicated rig

ATI 5870
1012 GPU, 300 Mem
Stock Voltages
100% fan

VECTORS AGGRESSION=14 WORKSIZE=128 BFI_INT

440MH/s, 76C
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April 26, 2011, 05:07:14 AM
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I am completely amazed at how much more power the phoenix miner has been able to unlock in these cards.  My rig has gained over 50 mHash/sec in the past 24 hours as new revisions keep rolling out.  380 was pretty much never mentioned on the forums before my post, and now we're seeing 430-440 being very reachable by most 5870 cards with Phoenix.

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April 26, 2011, 05:41:50 AM
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I am completely amazed at how much more power the phoenix miner has been able to unlock in these cards.  My rig has gained over 50 mHash/sec in the past 24 hours as new revisions keep rolling out.  380 was pretty much never mentioned on the forums before my post, and now we're seeing 430-440 being very reachable by most 5870 cards with Phoenix.

Yep it is quite impressive indeed. All thanks to the BFI_INT instruction support! Smiley


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