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July 22, 2012, 08:16:46 AM
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Using phoenix miner, can't seem to get over 320Mhash, only using one core

what parameters do I need to set in the .bat file to use both cores and get the maximum HASH?

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July 23, 2012, 01:49:21 AM
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phoenix 2 doesnt use command line anymore, it uses a cfg file. if you're using the old phoenix, you need 1 phoenix miner for each gpu core.

Assuming 725 core speed, you should be using driver 11.12 or 12.1, SDK 2.1, memory speed ~150MHz (give or take. play around with it), aggression 12 if dedicated miner (14 if you edit registry to increase tdrdelay to something like 10 seconds. google it. otherwise tdr might trigger because the higher aggression causes the gpu to work too long on each kernel run. Doesnt hurt shares, just gives the gpu higher activity = more mhash), worksize 128, phatk2 kernel, and make sure to use bfi_int.

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July 23, 2012, 03:36:29 AM
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phoenix 2 doesnt use command line anymore, it uses a cfg file. if you're using the old phoenix, you need 1 phoenix miner for each gpu core.

Assuming 725 core speed, you should be using driver 11.12 or 12.1, SDK 2.1, memory speed ~150MHz (give or take. play around with it), aggression 12 if dedicated miner (14 if you edit registry to increase tdrdelay to something like 10 seconds. google it. otherwise tdr might trigger because the higher aggression causes the gpu to work too long on each kernel run. Doesnt hurt shares, just gives the gpu higher activity = more mhash), worksize 128, phatk2 kernel, and make sure to use bfi_int.

Okay I downloaded phoenix and the .exe file opens a command prompt so i dont know what to do, or what a cfg file is theres a folder called 'kernels'

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July 23, 2012, 05:23:41 AM
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phoenix 2 doesnt use command line anymore, it uses a cfg file. if you're using the old phoenix, you need 1 phoenix miner for each gpu core.

Assuming 725 core speed, you should be using driver 11.12 or 12.1, SDK 2.1, memory speed ~150MHz (give or take. play around with it), aggression 12 if dedicated miner (14 if you edit registry to increase tdrdelay to something like 10 seconds. google it. otherwise tdr might trigger because the higher aggression causes the gpu to work too long on each kernel run. Doesnt hurt shares, just gives the gpu higher activity = more mhash), worksize 128, phatk2 kernel, and make sure to use bfi_int.

so here i got phoenix 2, now i dont see how u use other than command line
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=75786

theres phoenix.exe which opens command line
phoenix.cfg which needs a program to open with
plugin folder and a doc folder

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July 23, 2012, 06:00:48 AM
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you edit phoenix.cfg with notepad..

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July 23, 2012, 05:16:11 PM
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you edit phoenix.cfg with notepad..

and put what, and then do what with it?

where is instructions on this

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July 24, 2012, 01:03:27 AM
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phoenix 2 doesnt use command line anymore, it uses a cfg file. if you're using the old phoenix, you need 1 phoenix miner for each gpu core.

Assuming 725 core speed, you should be using driver 11.12 or 12.1, SDK 2.1, memory speed ~150MHz (give or take. play around with it), aggression 12 if dedicated miner (14 if you edit registry to increase tdrdelay to something like 10 seconds. google it. otherwise tdr might trigger because the higher aggression causes the gpu to work too long on each kernel run. Doesnt hurt shares, just gives the gpu higher activity = more mhash), worksize 128, phatk2 kernel, and make sure to use bfi_int.

is there something bad with new drivers? 12.6 driver slower ?

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July 24, 2012, 02:49:47 AM
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Wrote the config file based on the example DOC and the main phoenix 2 thread and still not working, starts up and shows [DISCONNECTED]

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