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June 16, 2014, 11:37:32 AM
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sorry, but the latest nis5 release with double hashrate is very, very unstable on my windows machines...   everything crashes after 20-50 minutes of work...

Maybe you need to lower clocks of your graphic cards.


nothing to do...   exe is very unstable

i have 3 rigs, and all 3 rigs returned back to old sgminer-talkcoin

Weird I don't have such problems.


How many hours is running continously your rig ?
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June 16, 2014, 11:47:16 AM
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sorry, but the latest nis5 release with double hashrate is very, very unstable on my windows machines...   everything crashes after 20-50 minutes of work...

Maybe you need to lower clocks of your graphic cards.


nothing to do...   exe is very unstable

i have 3 rigs, and all 3 rigs returned back to old sgminer-talkcoin

Weird I don't have such problems.


How many hours is running continously your rig ?

Over night, so I suppose about 10 hours.
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June 16, 2014, 12:16:22 PM
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sorry, but the latest nis5 release with double hashrate is very, very unstable on my windows machines...   everything crashes after 20-50 minutes of work...

Maybe you need to lower clocks of your graphic cards.


nothing to do...   exe is very unstable

i have 3 rigs, and all 3 rigs returned back to old sgminer-talkcoin

Weird I don't have such problems.


How many hours is running continously your rig ?

Over night, so I suppose about 10 hours.

my six R9-290 do not want to run more then 30-50 min using this optimized nist5 sgminer.exe. I tried lowering gpu-memclock, gpu-engine, intensity but it was not useful.

I'll try to recompile a new exe on my windows PC and test it again
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June 16, 2014, 12:18:43 PM
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try running without ANY arguements. Just the pools
ANother option - use CGWatcher. Works like charm, set it to restart miner if no shares for 1min or working devices are lower than X.
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June 16, 2014, 12:20:01 PM
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When Poloniex will add TAC? We are on first place from couple of days



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June 16, 2014, 12:24:38 PM
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When Poloniex will add TAC? We are on first place from couple of days

This week for sure
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June 16, 2014, 12:40:54 PM
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try running without ANY arguements. Just the pools
ANother option - use CGWatcher. Works like charm, set it to restart miner if no shares for 1min or working devices are lower than X.


I strongly suspect it hangs when I put --thread-concurrency higher then 8192

Now I am testing again but setting manually --thread-concurrency 8192 to see if my R9-290 are more stable...  I'll let you know
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June 16, 2014, 12:49:34 PM
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sorry, but the latest nis5 release with double hashrate is very, very unstable on my windows machines...   everything crashes after 20-50 minutes of work...

Maybe you need to lower clocks of your graphic cards.


nothing to do...   exe is very unstable

i have 3 rigs, and all 3 rigs returned back to old sgminer-talkcoin

Weird I don't have such problems.


How many hours is running continously your rig ?

Over night, so I suppose about 10 hours.

my six R9-290 do not want to run more then 30-50 min using this optimized nist5 sgminer.exe. I tried lowering gpu-memclock, gpu-engine, intensity but it was not useful.

I'll try to recompile a new exe on my windows PC and test it again

I had the same issue, my 270s and 280s are fine, the 290s were rebooting using the same core and memclock settings from the old miner...

I was using the official miner so I was only playing with intensity.  I got one of my 290 rigs stable by bringing clock back to factory spec and lowering intensity to 19.

I haven't touched TC or threads or anything yet, I will have a play soon and let you know how I get on...

The new generation have arrived and they brought their own currency...
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June 16, 2014, 01:01:23 PM
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sorry, but the latest nis5 release with double hashrate is very, very unstable on my windows machines...   everything crashes after 20-50 minutes of work...

Maybe you need to lower clocks of your graphic cards.


nothing to do...   exe is very unstable

i have 3 rigs, and all 3 rigs returned back to old sgminer-talkcoin

Weird I don't have such problems.


How many hours is running continously your rig ?

Over night, so I suppose about 10 hours.

my six R9-290 do not want to run more then 30-50 min using this optimized nist5 sgminer.exe. I tried lowering gpu-memclock, gpu-engine, intensity but it was not useful.

I'll try to recompile a new exe on my windows PC and test it again

I had the same issue, my 270s and 280s are fine, the 290s were rebooting using the same core and memclock settings from the old miner...

I was using the official miner so I was only playing with intensity.  I got one of my 290 rigs stable by bringing clock back to factory spec and lowering intensity to 19.

I haven't touched TC or threads or anything yet, I will have a play soon and let you know how I get on...

yes, R9-290 and R9-290X are more difficult to be set.
I am testing with --thread-concurrency 8192 and --gpu-memclock 1250 directly inside sgminer.conf and it seems more stable then before...  more tests will come out in the following hours...
I'll keep you informed
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June 16, 2014, 01:11:00 PM
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Can someone check if this one compiles on linux (it is a direct fork of sph-sgminer where I have uploaded my changes)
https://github.com/djm34/sph-sgminer_x11mod


sure...  testing now
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June 16, 2014, 01:14:36 PM
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yes, R9-290 and R9-290X are more difficult to be set.
I am testing with --thread-concurrency 8192 and --gpu-memclock 1250 directly inside sgminer.conf and it seems more stable then before...  more tests will come out in the following hours...
I'll keep you informed

thread-concurrency doesn't affect much NIST5-performance (check the source code) I would not touch it. Play with thread-concurrency only bring you 1% more in my experience.
Important is delete all the *.bin file in sgminer-nist5 and set proper clock, intensity.
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June 16, 2014, 01:21:48 PM
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yes, R9-290 and R9-290X are more difficult to be set.
I am testing with --thread-concurrency 8192 and --gpu-memclock 1250 directly inside sgminer.conf and it seems more stable then before...  more tests will come out in the following hours...
I'll keep you informed

thread-concurrency doesn't affect much NIST5-performance (check the source code) I would not touch it. Play with thread-concurrency only bring you 1% more in my experience.
Important is delete all the *.bin file in sgminer-nist5 and set proper clock, intensity.

Ok...   more tests to come out...
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June 16, 2014, 01:30:19 PM
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Can someone check if this one compiles on linux (it is a direct fork of sph-sgminer where I have uploaded my changes)
https://github.com/djm34/sph-sgminer_x11mod


OK, compiled successfully on ubuntu 12.04  64 bit.

and working fine with HD7970 at doubled hashrate with old drivers Wink


git clone https://github.com/djm34/sph-sgminer_x11mod
cd sph-sgminer_x11mod
autoreconf -i
CFLAGS="-O2 -Wall -march=native" ./configure
make
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June 16, 2014, 01:36:32 PM
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yes, R9-290 and R9-290X are more difficult to be set.
I am testing with --thread-concurrency 8192 and --gpu-memclock 1250 directly inside sgminer.conf and it seems more stable then before...  more tests will come out in the following hours...
I'll keep you informed

thread-concurrency doesn't affect much NIST5-performance (check the source code) I would not touch it. Play with thread-concurrency only bring you 1% more in my experience.
Important is delete all the *.bin file in sgminer-nist5 and set proper clock, intensity.


anyway, now I am running fine sph-sgminer_nist5 on my windows machines with R9-290 and R9-290X at double hashrate...

the secret is to set --thread-concurrency 8192 and gpu memclock at lowest possible value (--gpu-memclock 1250 or --gpu-memclock 1300)

on some R9-290 lowest gpu-memclock is 1250 and on other R9-290X it is 1300
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June 16, 2014, 01:52:50 PM
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yes, R9-290 and R9-290X are more difficult to be set.
I am testing with --thread-concurrency 8192 and --gpu-memclock 1250 directly inside sgminer.conf and it seems more stable then before...  more tests will come out in the following hours...
I'll keep you informed

thread-concurrency doesn't affect much NIST5-performance (check the source code) I would not touch it. Play with thread-concurrency only bring you 1% more in my experience.
Important is delete all the *.bin file in sgminer-nist5 and set proper clock, intensity.


anyway, now I am running fine sph-sgminer_nist5 on my windows machines with R9-290 and R9-290X at double hashrate...

the secret is to set --thread-concurrency 8192 and gpu memclock at lowest possible value (--gpu-memclock 1250 or --gpu-memclock 1300)

on some R9-290 lowest gpu-memclock is 1250 and on other R9-290X it is 1300

I'm running memclock at 650 on all rigs, no difference in speed and saves a little power...

The new generation have arrived and they brought their own currency...
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June 16, 2014, 02:37:48 PM
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Can someone check if this one compiles on linux (it is a direct fork of sph-sgminer where I have uploaded my changes)
https://github.com/djm34/sph-sgminer_x11mod


OK, compiled successfully on ubuntu 12.04  64 bit.

and working fine with HD7970 at doubled hashrate with old drivers Wink


git clone https://github.com/djm34/sph-sgminer_x11mod
cd sph-sgminer_x11mod
autoreconf -i
CFLAGS="-O2 -Wall -march=native" ./configure
make

I'm getting just 6mhs for HD7970 with the last day miner and old drivers. It would be possible this new miner for windows?
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June 16, 2014, 02:38:08 PM
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yes, R9-290 and R9-290X are more difficult to be set.
I am testing with --thread-concurrency 8192 and --gpu-memclock 1250 directly inside sgminer.conf and it seems more stable then before...  more tests will come out in the following hours...
I'll keep you informed

thread-concurrency doesn't affect much NIST5-performance (check the source code) I would not touch it. Play with thread-concurrency only bring you 1% more in my experience.
Important is delete all the *.bin file in sgminer-nist5 and set proper clock, intensity.


anyway, now I am running fine sph-sgminer_nist5 on my windows machines with R9-290 and R9-290X at double hashrate...

the secret is to set --thread-concurrency 8192 and gpu memclock at lowest possible value (--gpu-memclock 1250 or --gpu-memclock 1300)

on some R9-290 lowest gpu-memclock is 1250 and on other R9-290X it is 1300

I'm running memclock at 650 on all rigs, no difference in speed and saves a little power...
At 650 your gpu run at the stock clock ! You can check it on Sgminer console !

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June 16, 2014, 02:47:08 PM
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Wallet manager at Poloniex just confirmed TAC will go on Polo today...

The new generation have arrived and they brought their own currency...
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June 16, 2014, 03:10:39 PM
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yes, R9-290 and R9-290X are more difficult to be set.
I am testing with --thread-concurrency 8192 and --gpu-memclock 1250 directly inside sgminer.conf and it seems more stable then before...  more tests will come out in the following hours...
I'll keep you informed

thread-concurrency doesn't affect much NIST5-performance (check the source code) I would not touch it. Play with thread-concurrency only bring you 1% more in my experience.
Important is delete all the *.bin file in sgminer-nist5 and set proper clock, intensity.


anyway, now I am running fine sph-sgminer_nist5 on my windows machines with R9-290 and R9-290X at double hashrate...

the secret is to set --thread-concurrency 8192 and gpu memclock at lowest possible value (--gpu-memclock 1250 or --gpu-memclock 1300)

on some R9-290 lowest gpu-memclock is 1250 and on other R9-290X it is 1300

I'm running memclock at 650 on all rigs, no difference in speed and saves a little power...
At 650 your gpu run at the stock clock ! You can check it on Sgminer console !

none of my R9-290 goes under 1300 Mhz as memclock. I can set 1300 as minimum. A couple of them can be set at 1250
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June 16, 2014, 03:17:32 PM
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yes, R9-290 and R9-290X are more difficult to be set.
I am testing with --thread-concurrency 8192 and --gpu-memclock 1250 directly inside sgminer.conf and it seems more stable then before...  more tests will come out in the following hours...
I'll keep you informed

thread-concurrency doesn't affect much NIST5-performance (check the source code) I would not touch it. Play with thread-concurrency only bring you 1% more in my experience.
Important is delete all the *.bin file in sgminer-nist5 and set proper clock, intensity.


anyway, now I am running fine sph-sgminer_nist5 on my windows machines with R9-290 and R9-290X at double hashrate...

the secret is to set --thread-concurrency 8192 and gpu memclock at lowest possible value (--gpu-memclock 1250 or --gpu-memclock 1300)

on some R9-290 lowest gpu-memclock is 1250 and on other R9-290X it is 1300

I'm running memclock at 650 on all rigs, no difference in speed and saves a little power...
At 650 your gpu run at the stock clock ! You can check it on Sgminer console !

none of my R9-290 goes under 1300 Mhz as memclock. I can set 1300 as minimum. A couple of them can be set at 1250

there is some sort of a bug with msi afterburner /amd drivers
(kill msi) then restart it should give the possibility to change the clock (or you have to restart the computer)

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