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Cdecker
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May 09, 2011, 11:50:46 AM
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I've been mining for quite some time, but lately one of my GPUs (an ATI 5850 OC) started locking up after an average of 12 hours. I'm wondering what I could do to avoid these lockups and what the causes are.

The problem started when I switched to the phoenix miner (from Diablo), I think it might be due to a higher usage of the cores (since Diablo in my case was slowed down by CPU, no idea why), so while I now get the advertised hashing speed this single core locks up, making the whole thing not very productive after all.

Any idea?

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May 09, 2011, 12:07:32 PM
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due to using low end pc parts for mining i had exactly same problems, i don't want to invest in proper mobo and better psu, decided to use what i have until it die so i wrote small script that will restart miner every 2 hours and whole system every 12 hours, so far my down time is under 15 minutes per day
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