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June 12, 2018, 12:32:25 PM
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With the EVGA FTW3 edition of the 1080ti, I get very high tempratures on the "PWR 4" sensor. PWR stands for Power by the way...
I have this problem with a few algos like Equihash and Ethash and I know it's not a problem with the ETHlargement, I was just hopping that someone might have found a solution to this? For example maybe if I add a thermal pad this would be fixed?

I'm talking about 78C on normal fan speeds and 71C on 100% speed. This is the temp of just one component while the rest (GPU and Memory) are close to 60C, some parts even lower.
I've read that others have the same problem but none have found a solution and I don't want to RMA it, it overclocks well and runs great so I won't risk an RMA.

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June 12, 2018, 01:38:09 PM
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Any way that enables us to use 1080 ti ETHlargement on NICEHASH Huh

Have you read the instructions? You just start the software (ETHlargement) and you let it run. Whatever miner you're using will have higher hashrate if it's memory dependant.
Think of ETHlargement as a temporary GPU BIOS modification... as long as the software runs, it changes the way some data is communicated between the card's components.

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June 12, 2018, 04:30:01 PM
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Hey Neurolicious, can you share your oc setting for your 57mhs result?
Thanks

I have several different 1080TI's and the only ones I manage to get 57mh/s on are Gigabyte Gaming OC ones.
EVGA FTW3 = 54-55 mh/s
ROG Strix OC = 54-55 mh/s
Gigabyte founders edition = 52-54 mh/s (fluctuates alot)

Settings:

Core = +117
Memory = +1000(+500 on Afterburner)
TDP(PL) = 65%

Miner software is Phoenix. All the basic parameters except intensity I set to 14 "-mi 14"

Is it faster than Claymore miner?

Yeah in my experience it is slightly faster than Claymore in single-mode but nothing spectacular. In any way it is better imo because of lower dev fee.
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June 12, 2018, 04:32:34 PM
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With the EVGA FTW3 edition of the 1080ti, I get very high tempratures on the "PWR 4" sensor. PWR stands for Power by the way...
I have this problem with a few algos like Equihash and Ethash and I know it's not a problem with the ETHlargement, I was just hopping that someone might have found a solution to this? For example maybe if I add a thermal pad this would be fixed?

I'm talking about 78C on normal fan speeds and 71C on 100% speed. This is the temp of just one component while the rest (GPU and Memory) are close to 60C, some parts even lower.
I've read that others have the same problem but none have found a solution and I don't want to RMA it, it overclocks well and runs great so I won't risk an RMA.

That temp is completely normal, don't worry about it. As I remember they are supposedly rated to 105°C.
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June 12, 2018, 04:35:17 PM
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Thanks Neurolicious, btw what's your temperature on all your cards when running at the mhs?

Fan speed 65% on all of them.
Founders edition is 60-65°C
All others are 50-52°C
It is a hot summer here so during winters they are even better I'd say mid 40's.
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June 12, 2018, 09:08:16 PM
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With the EVGA FTW3 edition of the 1080ti, I get very high tempratures on the "PWR 4" sensor. PWR stands for Power by the way...
I have this problem with a few algos like Equihash and Ethash and I know it's not a problem with the ETHlargement, I was just hopping that someone might have found a solution to this? For example maybe if I add a thermal pad this would be fixed?

I'm talking about 78C on normal fan speeds and 71C on 100% speed. This is the temp of just one component while the rest (GPU and Memory) are close to 60C, some parts even lower.
I've read that others have the same problem but none have found a solution and I don't want to RMA it, it overclocks well and runs great so I won't risk an RMA.

That temp is completely normal, don't worry about it. As I remember they are supposedly rated to 105°C.

You don't know how much I pain for my PC! My RIG is like my child! Carefully un-dusted every week, with every fan curve modified for minimum temps and but also minimum pain to the fans, with neatly arranged LEDs.
Just seeing 70C burns my heart!!

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June 12, 2018, 10:04:55 PM
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With the EVGA FTW3 edition of the 1080ti, I get very high tempratures on the "PWR 4" sensor. PWR stands for Power by the way...
I have this problem with a few algos like Equihash and Ethash and I know it's not a problem with the ETHlargement, I was just hopping that someone might have found a solution to this? For example maybe if I add a thermal pad this would be fixed?

I'm talking about 78C on normal fan speeds and 71C on 100% speed. This is the temp of just one component while the rest (GPU and Memory) are close to 60C, some parts even lower.
I've read that others have the same problem but none have found a solution and I don't want to RMA it, it overclocks well and runs great so I won't risk an RMA.

That temp is completely normal, don't worry about it. As I remember they are supposedly rated to 105°C.

You don't know how much I pain for my PC! My RIG is like my child! Carefully un-dusted every week, with every fan curve modified for minimum temps and but also minimum pain to the fans, with neatly arranged LEDs.
Just seeing 70C burns my heart!!

Lol, the way I treat my rigs would get child protective services called on me. Neglected, starved for voltage, half drowned, the other half locked in a hot garage slaving away 24/7.

I do at least try and keep the dust to a minimum. Hard when the garage has to be cracked to let heat out. The animals of the house let the fans accumulate a lot of fur. But at the new house they will all be in a purpose built area with nice clean voltage and fresh filtered air.
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June 13, 2018, 01:52:18 AM
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hello, i have msi seahawk gtx1080, pill works and getting 30mhs after i run the file and claymore. however any slight overclock (+50mhz) in afterburner makes mining crash. any advise please_ without it im able to overclock to +500 withut any issue. i understand it makes timings more agresive, however +50 crashes pc?  Huh

Having the same issue here, although I am told that anyone using the ETHlargement pill needs to tune their overclocks down quite a bit to have it remain stable, due to the timings changes.  I was able to get mine stable in this order -> start miner, overclock, pill.  Nowhere near the overclock numbers I had prior to the pill though.

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June 17, 2018, 02:51:57 AM
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Hello, so I have been messing around with this tool on my Asus gtx 1080ti turbo. And I've come across some very interesting findings. First of all I thought that this pill did not work Sad but after hours of getting worse hashrates than I did being for using the tool I lowered my power from 70% to 60% and my hashrates started going up! I found this weird, but not as weird as what I did next... I started lowering the memory! I found the sweet spot! Unfortunately after hours of tweaking the best hashrates I could muster is 44mh. But that is still a huge upgrade over my previous 36! My final and vest settings for my card are as follows.
60% power
+97 mhz clock
-303 mhz memory

Does anyone know why it would possibly run best with negative memory?
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June 17, 2018, 07:16:56 AM
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I gotta say, this is a nice surprise after not logging in for a while!

My Gigabyte 1080Ti Turbo is reaching 49.5 MH. It has always been a sluggish card compared to other 1080 Ti cards, so I wasn't even expecting that much of a boost.

Hello, so I have been messing around with this tool on my Asus gtx 1080ti turbo. And I've come across some very interesting findings. First of all I thought that this pill did not work Sad but after hours of getting worse hashrates than I did being for using the tool I lowered my power from 70% to 60% and my hashrates started going up! I found this weird, but not as weird as what I did next... I started lowering the memory! I found the sweet spot! Unfortunately after hours of tweaking the best hashrates I could muster is 44mh. But that is still a huge upgrade over my previous 36! My final and vest settings for my card are as follows.
60% power
+97 mhz clock
-303 mhz memory

Does anyone know why it would possibly run best with negative memory?

Since this tool seems to tighten timings, it sounds like your GPU's memory just can't handle tight timings at the same clock speeds.

Timings control how many clock cycles go by before the memory will do any more work. The tighter timings are making your memory work during times it would otherwise be (sort of) dormant. Think of it as overclocking without touching the clock speeds.
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June 17, 2018, 09:40:32 AM
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I gotta say, this is a nice surprise after not logging in for a while!

My Gigabyte 1080Ti Turbo is reaching 49.5 MH. It has always been a sluggish card compared to other 1080 Ti cards, so I wasn't even expecting that much of a boost.

Hello, so I have been messing around with this tool on my Asus gtx 1080ti turbo. And I've come across some very interesting findings. First of all I thought that this pill did not work Sad but after hours of getting worse hashrates than I did being for using the tool I lowered my power from 70% to 60% and my hashrates started going up! I found this weird, but not as weird as what I did next... I started lowering the memory! I found the sweet spot! Unfortunately after hours of tweaking the best hashrates I could muster is 44mh. But that is still a huge upgrade over my previous 36! My final and vest settings for my card are as follows.
60% power
+97 mhz clock
-303 mhz memory

Does anyone know why it would possibly run best with negative memory?

Since this tool seems to tighten timings, it sounds like your GPU's memory just can't handle tight timings at the same clock speeds.

Timings control how many clock cycles go by before the memory will do any more work. The tighter timings are making your memory work during times it would otherwise be (sort of) dormant. Think of it as overclocking without touching the clock speeds.

Right, with this tool I was able to reach a much higher hashrate (+15-18%) on GTX 1080 despite dropping my memory overclocks down to near stock level.  Going to let it run and see if it's stable overnight, but definitely don't expect to reach the same overclock levels you used to with this tool active.

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June 17, 2018, 02:29:43 PM
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I gotta say, this is a nice surprise after not logging in for a while!

My Gigabyte 1080Ti Turbo is reaching 49.5 MH. It has always been a sluggish card compared to other 1080 Ti cards, so I wasn't even expecting that much of a boost.

Hello, so I have been messing around with this tool on my Asus gtx 1080ti turbo. And I've come across some very interesting findings. First of all I thought that this pill did not work Sad but after hours of getting worse hashrates than I did being for using the tool I lowered my power from 70% to 60% and my hashrates started going up! I found this weird, but not as weird as what I did next... I started lowering the memory! I found the sweet spot! Unfortunately after hours of tweaking the best hashrates I could muster is 44mh. But that is still a huge upgrade over my previous 36! My final and vest settings for my card are as follows.
60% power
+97 mhz clock
-303 mhz memory

Does anyone know why it would possibly run best with negative memory?

Since this tool seems to tighten timings, it sounds like your GPU's memory just can't handle tight timings at the same clock speeds.

Timings control how many clock cycles go by before the memory will do any more work. The tighter timings are making your memory work during times it would otherwise be (sort of) dormant. Think of it as overclocking without touching the clock speeds.

That makes sense! It's too bad Sad thanks for the feedback
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June 17, 2018, 09:19:03 PM
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I gotta say, this is a nice surprise after not logging in for a while!

My Gigabyte 1080Ti Turbo is reaching 49.5 MH. It has always been a sluggish card compared to other 1080 Ti cards, so I wasn't even expecting that much of a boost.

Hello, so I have been messing around with this tool on my Asus gtx 1080ti turbo. And I've come across some very interesting findings. First of all I thought that this pill did not work Sad but after hours of getting worse hashrates than I did being for using the tool I lowered my power from 70% to 60% and my hashrates started going up! I found this weird, but not as weird as what I did next... I started lowering the memory! I found the sweet spot! Unfortunately after hours of tweaking the best hashrates I could muster is 44mh. But that is still a huge upgrade over my previous 36! My final and vest settings for my card are as follows.
60% power
+97 mhz clock
-303 mhz memory

Does anyone know why it would possibly run best with negative memory?

Since this tool seems to tighten timings, it sounds like your GPU's memory just can't handle tight timings at the same clock speeds.

Timings control how many clock cycles go by before the memory will do any more work. The tighter timings are making your memory work during times it would otherwise be (sort of) dormant. Think of it as overclocking without touching the clock speeds.

That makes sense! It's too bad Sad thanks for the feedback
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try clock = 0
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i have 8x gigabyte g1 OC  1080ti and it's work perfect wite the OhGodAnETHlargementPill i get 53 per card
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June 19, 2018, 09:07:54 AM
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Hello! I used it some weeks ago with no problems and working fine. And actually I'm trying to use it but my pc crashes when executing (same PC, same drivers, same Windows versions). I have one 1080 and one 1080ti and Windows 10. Tried with no OC and always PC crash when executing pill. Any solution for this? Thanks in advance.
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June 20, 2018, 10:07:36 PM
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My asus turbo 1080ti does not respond well to the pill. Will it work if i flash the bios on the card?
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My asus turbo 1080ti does not respond well to the pill. Will it work if i flash the bios on the card?

Generally speaking you cannot modify the bios on Nvidia GPUs. Don't mess with it unless you want to brick your video card.  As far as it not working with the pill you will need to provide some more information for anyone to diagnose the problem.... Wink

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Today at 10:06:16 AM
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My asus turbo 1080ti does not respond well to the pill. Will it work if i flash the bios on the card?

Generally speaking you cannot modify the bios on Nvidia GPUs. Don't mess with it unless you want to brick your video card.  As far as it not working with the pill you will need to provide some more information for anyone to diagnose the problem.... Wink

That card has had mixed results reported for some reason. Someone found it worked best with a negative memory 'overclock'! I'd recommend trying all sorts of timings, even random ones, and see how it goes.
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