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February 15, 2017, 08:55:29 AM
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February 15, 2017, 06:40:31 PM
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No, that's not the issue. It's a bug with sgminer and some driver versions. I say the bug is with sgminer because claymore doesn't have issues with the fans.

I'm over 24h without fan issues now, problem solved. Use 16.11.4 or 16.11.5. Hopefully the sgminer bug can get sorted, I'd like to use the latest drivers on my gaming rig.
Nope, installed 16.11.4 this morning, and it was pretty stable for the whole day, but just a few minutes ago got 100% fan with one of my rx 480/4 nitro cards. Sad There might be some correlation between the driver version and how often this 100% fan thing happens, but it's not just the driver. I still think it's card(s) being not 100% stable. I'm running HWiNFO now in the background, looking for "GPU memory errors". Had to actually drop my memclocks quite significantly before those errors stopped occurring. I thought I was 100% stable at 2150 memclock (1750 strap timings, Samsung chips) for most of the cards, had absolutely zero issues with other miners, but I never checked that counter in HWiNFO before. This sgminer-gm problem made me look for solutions and I've just discovered this HWiNFO thing only today, so not sure yet how it works and whether it's normal to have some errors or there shouldn't be any at all.
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February 16, 2017, 01:01:24 PM
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No, that's not the issue. It's a bug with sgminer and some driver versions. I say the bug is with sgminer because claymore doesn't have issues with the fans.

I'm over 24h without fan issues now, problem solved. Use 16.11.4 or 16.11.5. Hopefully the sgminer bug can get sorted, I'd like to use the latest drivers on my gaming rig.
Nope, installed 16.11.4 this morning, and it was pretty stable for the whole day, but just a few minutes ago got 100% fan with one of my rx 480/4 nitro cards. Sad There might be some correlation between the driver version and how often this 100% fan thing happens, but it's not just the driver. I still think it's card(s) being not 100% stable. I'm running HWiNFO now in the background, looking for "GPU memory errors". Had to actually drop my memclocks quite significantly before those errors stopped occurring. I thought I was 100% stable at 2150 memclock (1750 strap timings, Samsung chips) for most of the cards, had absolutely zero issues with other miners, but I never checked that counter in HWiNFO before. This sgminer-gm problem made me look for solutions and I've just discovered this HWiNFO thing only today, so not sure yet how it works and whether it's normal to have some errors or there shouldn't be any at all.

HWinfo shows errors which were corrected as well as those that were not.
Dagger-Hashimoto is the most tolerant for these kind of errors (probably due to memory READ intensive operations) Samsung memory is the most stable in this regard...
this is how two UV 470 refs (hynix and samsung) look after 10hours of operations both doing dual ETH@28+& DCR@320+

Basically for ETH mem error is not an issue.
For XMR it's a different story, yet I'm getting rejects even when mem errors are at 0...

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February 16, 2017, 02:39:38 PM
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Need help!
Hi guys, I had a similar problem with 100% fans, mining on win10pro with 6 x msi rx470 4gb, 4 of them on ga970 with sempron x2, 2 of them on h81m with g1820, both rigs have 4gb ram. I used 16.9.2 drivers on both mashines for eth and there were no problems ever. First time switch to xmr I got 100% fan speed on both rigs runing claymore 9.7. Instaled 16.11.4 driver and now fans are ok - no 100%, but sempron mashine frezes after 1 or 2 hours mining, while Intel mashine works perfectly. All 6 gpus are moded, gpu 1100, mem 1900, core volt -480mV, low intensity mode.
What to do next?
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February 16, 2017, 03:46:24 PM
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Basically for ETH mem error is not an issue.
For XMR it's a different story, yet I'm getting rejects even when mem errors are at 0...
Thanks. I kept lowering memclock on all my 4 cards until I've got 0 errors. Had to go down quite significantly. Now there's 0 errors, but I've still had 2 cards out of 4 having that 0-100% fan issue this night. So I just give up, spent quite a lot of time on all these tests, but no point mining with sgminer at a bit higher hashrate if the rigs keep going down every day (I think the cards having 0-100% fan issue either stop mining when the problem shows up, or continue mining at very low rate). Funny thing, after playing with different drivers versions it looks like my "platform" id has changed, it's now "1" instead of "0", and I can't even use the wolf's miner anymore. Grin It doesn't have an option to select the platform, does it?
gpu 1100, mem 1900, core volt -480mV
What was the stock voltage? -480 mV is a lot, even for 1100 MHz, some of your cards are probably not stable. GPU isn't stressed that much when mining ETH so you were able to get away with this low voltage before, but it might be not enough for other algos like cryptonight.
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February 16, 2017, 04:53:54 PM
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No, that's not the issue. It's a bug with sgminer and some driver versions. I say the bug is with sgminer because claymore doesn't have issues with the fans.

I'm over 24h without fan issues now, problem solved. Use 16.11.4 or 16.11.5. Hopefully the sgminer bug can get sorted, I'd like to use the latest drivers on my gaming rig.
Nope, installed 16.11.4 this morning, and it was pretty stable for the whole day, but just a few minutes ago got 100% fan with one of my rx 480/4 nitro cards. Sad There might be some correlation between the driver version and how often this 100% fan thing happens, but it's not just the driver. I still think it's card(s) being not 100% stable. I'm running HWiNFO now in the background, looking for "GPU memory errors". Had to actually drop my memclocks quite significantly before those errors stopped occurring. I thought I was 100% stable at 2150 memclock (1750 strap timings, Samsung chips) for most of the cards, had absolutely zero issues with other miners, but I never checked that counter in HWiNFO before. This sgminer-gm problem made me look for solutions and I've just discovered this HWiNFO thing only today, so not sure yet how it works and whether it's normal to have some errors or there shouldn't be any at all.

Weird, mine has been perfect since changing. Maybe the Nitro is different than the reference card in some regard. Consider using claymore until this gets sorted. You'll be a bit slower, but avoiding downtime will more than make up for that.
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February 16, 2017, 04:57:30 PM
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Yep, switched to claymore for now. Gonna reinstall windows today and hopefully will get wolf's miner working since it was faster for me than claymore.
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February 16, 2017, 05:24:02 PM
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Thanks for fast reply Wacko, my fault, my cards are on -48mV , under mining gpuz shows 0.9813V, in iddle shows 1.0V. I dont remember what was the stock core voltage, I tried to set core to "0" mV in msi afterburner - no fix, still frezing after few hours , also tried to underclock the memory, but no difference except the lower hasrate. First I will underclock the gpu for 50mhz to see how stable it works. Thanks again!
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February 16, 2017, 07:07:52 PM
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Does anyone know how to make sgminer-GM work on nicehash?

It gets 100% rejected shares.

On any other pool it works perfect. (eg nano or dwarf)
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February 17, 2017, 03:32:03 AM
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Does anyone know how to make sgminer-GM work on nicehash?

It gets 100% rejected shares.

On any other pool it works perfect. (eg nano or dwarf)

There is a sgminer-gm v5.5.5-4 by NH team, that is suppose to fix the cryptonight issues..... but I still get 100% rejects too (under Linux). Any ideas?

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February 17, 2017, 01:53:40 PM
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regarding this 100% fan issue....
well... I don't want to be overly optimistic but it does look like 16.11.4 fixes the problem! (DDU and manual drv install)  Thanks @Prelude!
Really weird, cause I'm 100% sure I tested 16.11.5 and the bug was there.
Anyway running since yesterday GG fork on several machines and it's all good.

EDIT: now when I'm finally able to run xmr on SGminer I'm sure Claymore would soon update his miner...

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February 18, 2017, 05:40:03 PM
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regarding this 100% fan issue....
well... I don't want to be overly optimistic but it does look like 16.11.4 fixes the problem! (DDU and manual drv install)  Thanks @Prelude!
Really weird, cause I'm 100% sure I tested 16.11.5 and the bug was there.
Anyway running since yesterday GG fork on several machines and it's all good.

EDIT: now when I'm finally able to run xmr on SGminer I'm sure Claymore would soon update his miner...


Awesome, glad to hear it. Both my RX rigs are working perfectly with 16.11.4/5
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February 18, 2017, 06:36:14 PM
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Which are the usual scores with RX470/80 on monero
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February 19, 2017, 08:58:29 AM
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Which are the usual scores with RX470/80 on monero

my experience (xmr only here)
rx480 - 4gb Sapphire nitro+ oc:
Samsung Memory non-flashed: 650 h/s
Elpida/Hynx Memory non-flashed: 580 h/s
with rom flashed (just the simple copy/paste of straps and overclocking to around 2040, nothing fancy)
Samsung: 730-750 range
Elpida/hynx memory: up to 710 to 730 range

Note: I'm not sure exactly what the other memory type is, but the 'other' polaris bios editor works with it (check in comments of the github page). 
Also, using Ubuntu 16.04, not windows..
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February 19, 2017, 11:29:33 AM
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I would like to know which values to use to mine etc with the RX 480
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