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Author Topic: PhoenixMiner 3.5d: fastest Ethereum/Ethash miner with lowest devfee (Win/Linux)  (Read 100263 times)
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October 18, 2018, 09:56:50 PM
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I started using phoenix from yesterday. Good surprise that i get better hashrate and lower power consumption than claymore.
Thought that claymore is good:)
Better dev fee too.  I'm using linux based miner.AMD OpenCL 16.60
claymore 300.3mhs 715w
phoenix (same clocks and green kernels) 304mhs 708w
https://hiveos.farm?ref=14664
maybe today is few degrees colder
Nice joke, but maybe you haven’t ever tried PM3.5d. For me it is 0.3% higher hash rate, 0.7% lower power consumption and 0.3 lower devfee than Claymore.
Not joke, I have such effect if ambient temp drops 5 celsius. Less power a bit and more hash (poolside)
I'll try 3.5 and compare but percentage you mention are just tiny better, like same miner with lower fee.
Had no improvement on Atis with previous versions but Nvidias did like PM over CM 

Yes cooler cards use less electricity, this is called physics.

A bit more hash is not possible. What you see is a normal daily fluctuation. You need to take the average hashrate of several days, 1 day is not enough to get a reasonable average.

A bit more hash poolside I said. Less "bad" shares, one or other way. And visible in 30 minutes, i.e. when you open doors/windows - temp drops and hash goes up in minutes ( give 15 minutes to pool ). Well mine cards are fine tuned depending of ambient temperature.
Short, I wanted to say that 0.5 % might be result EVEN of temperature drop.
If you measure for 15 minutes, it could be fluctuation if you measure for weeks (as i have done) it could not be. By the way my results are with green kernels. Total increase of 0.6% percent of earnings and after deducing the reduced with 0.7% electricity expenses I have total increase of 3.3% of the final profit compared to Claymore. Not very big, but enough for me to replace Claymore with PM.
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October 19, 2018, 12:40:52 AM
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I started using phoenix from yesterday. Good surprise that i get better hashrate and lower power consumption than claymore.
Thought that claymore is good:)
Better dev fee too.  I'm using linux based miner.AMD OpenCL 16.60
claymore 300.3mhs 715w
phoenix (same clocks and green kernels) 304mhs 708w
https://hiveos.farm?ref=14664
maybe today is few degrees colder
Nice joke, but maybe you haven’t ever tried PM3.5d. For me it is 0.3% higher hash rate, 0.7% lower power consumption and 0.3 lower devfee than Claymore.
Not joke, I have such effect if ambient temp drops 5 celsius. Less power a bit and more hash (poolside)
I'll try 3.5 and compare but percentage you mention are just tiny better, like same miner with lower fee.
Had no improvement on Atis with previous versions but Nvidias did like PM over CM  

Yes cooler cards use less electricity, this is called physics.

A bit more hash is not possible. What you see is a normal daily fluctuation. You need to take the average hashrate of several days, 1 day is not enough to get a reasonable average.

A bit more hash poolside I said. Less "bad" shares, one or other way. And visible in 30 minutes, i.e. when you open doors/windows - temp drops and hash goes up in minutes ( give 15 minutes to pool ). Well mine cards are fine tuned depending of ambient temperature.
Short, I wanted to say that 0.5 % might be result EVEN of temperature drop.
If you measure for 15 minutes, it could be fluctuation if you measure for weeks (as i have done) it could not be. By the way my results are with green kernels. Total increase of 0.6% percent of earnings and after deducing the reduced with 0.7% electricity expenses I have total increase of 3.3% of the final profit compared to Claymore. Not very big, but enough for me to replace Claymore with PM.

Hmm...what driver you use and what is the best ( used by dev) driver for 3.5? AMD AND NVIDIA?
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October 19, 2018, 02:28:30 AM
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I started using phoenix from yesterday. Good surprise that i get better hashrate and lower power consumption than claymore.
Thought that claymore is good:)
Better dev fee too.  I'm using linux based miner.AMD OpenCL 16.60
claymore 300.3mhs 715w
phoenix (same clocks and green kernels) 304mhs 708w
https://hiveos.farm?ref=14664
maybe today is few degrees colder
Nice joke, but maybe you haven’t ever tried PM3.5d. For me it is 0.3% higher hash rate, 0.7% lower power consumption and 0.3 lower devfee than Claymore.
Not joke, I have such effect if ambient temp drops 5 celsius. Less power a bit and more hash (poolside)
I'll try 3.5 and compare but percentage you mention are just tiny better, like same miner with lower fee.
Had no improvement on Atis with previous versions but Nvidias did like PM over CM  

Yes cooler cards use less electricity, this is called physics.

A bit more hash is not possible. What you see is a normal daily fluctuation. You need to take the average hashrate of several days, 1 day is not enough to get a reasonable average.

A bit more hash poolside I said. Less "bad" shares, one or other way. And visible in 30 minutes, i.e. when you open doors/windows - temp drops and hash goes up in minutes ( give 15 minutes to pool ). Well mine cards are fine tuned depending of ambient temperature.
Short, I wanted to say that 0.5 % might be result EVEN of temperature drop.
If you measure for 15 minutes, it could be fluctuation if you measure for weeks (as i have done) it could not be. By the way my results are with green kernels. Total increase of 0.6% percent of earnings and after deducing the reduced with 0.7% electricity expenses I have total increase of 3.3% of the final profit compared to Claymore. Not very big, but enough for me to replace Claymore with PM.

Hmm...what driver you use and what is the best ( used by dev) driver for 3.5? AMD AND NVIDIA?
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October 21, 2018, 05:20:19 AM
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hashrate goes to zero on the pool but the miner shows as if it's working just fine.  Works fine in claymore...

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October 21, 2018, 11:37:22 AM
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Please consider adding Yocoin and Atheios
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October 22, 2018, 09:13:44 AM
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Will be added support of Ubiq (hardfork) algo?
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October 22, 2018, 11:12:42 AM
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Good day PM please Add --->>  Will be added support of Ubiq (hardfork) New Ubqhash algo?
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October 22, 2018, 03:42:42 PM
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Mined now for few days and seems that phoenix is little faster than claymore.
After adding -mi settings, started mining better. -gt still auto tune. started mining prezzed Z and -gt was calculated.
Notised that after coin network difficult changes about 10TH (up or down), then was need to auto tune -gt setting again, was mining better.
So there is suggestion to phoenix , can you add setting that monitor coin network difficult and if changes in difficult are big then phoenix calculates new -gt settings.
Exsample: ETC dif 197TH calculated first, dificult rised to 206TH need to calculate again -gt settings. And this up and down goes every day.
This few minutes autotune is worth.
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