This will render those cards useless and unable to mine Eth. Download or beter build the latest. The thing is whatever i overclock which settings which drivers no more than 20. Some ppl prefer the zotac+ version also. There will be a change to the mining rewards from a 29 second block reward to 14. I boosted mem clock to about 850+ and I was getting 23. Are you running Windows or Linux? I tried as you suggested on one card, 70% power limit and memory clock +1000 and core clock of 120+.
Download and install the latests. I had a similar issue but it was due to having a monitor hooked up on my 7 card rig. Keep your memory at +400 and see how it runs, the you can start lowering the core and raising the mem until you find the sweet spot. You will have to repurpose thos cards to mine something else or sell them off. Never had a problem going higher with 15 other cards so I'm pretty confident I'm doing things correctly. I'm considering trying the Superclocked model or a 1070 next time. Both cranked to about +1500 to get the most out of them.
For testing, I'm using the -- and yes, after fiddling withe some of the bigger cards, it's positively tiny!. Please provide the startup info from the miner so we can see if it's actually seeing the 1060 and using it. You might think the is a generally poor recommendation for mining purposes. My 1080 core is set to -400 with hardly any reduction in hash. Since they came with Hynix memory, they aren't very profitable for Ethereum mining.
Without adjusting any core clock So i'm wondering if core clock makes any significant advantage? I agree with Mikeo, try going negative on the core. It can be 100% if you downclock memory to -500 if I remember it correctly. So unless we can get access to change the timing strap I think we just have to deal with it. The cards are purposely configured for maximum return. Eventually maybe but personally I'd prefer to see dev time spent on better error handling or monitoring etc. The hashrates are low because the cards were purchased recently and all of them have Hynix memory.
If you're thinking of building a someone more compact miner, maybe this is a good choice. Lot's of answers hidden unless you expand. This is the hashrate that we had by default without applying any overclocking: Below you can find the results that we had for memory overclocking. Try to change P2 State and Power managment mode. Have a question about this project? I think those procedures don't work on hynix memory.
We just received a sudden 150-200T increase recently, bringing our difficulty up to ~1200T. MinerKeeper, if you want, can also inform you about the restart of the miner by sending a notifications to your e-mail address or into Telegram Messenger. Dear community, Does any of you has run into the problem of windows fail blue screen when mining with this card? It seems that in a few minutes, claymore miner displays 0% fan on different gpus. I have two in my daily workstation, with zero lag running all of my software on an i7 devils canyon with 24g ram. If I bump the memory clock to +400 mhz, they crash. This small program helped us to completely prevent breaks in mining on our rigs.
However after a lot of testing, I found that best settings regardless of logics is Core: -200Mhz not -400! I tested the power consumption. As they say, your mileage may vary. But with a single fan, cooling isn't as good, and mining performance is decidedly mediocre. Please provide all you can so we can see and help. I prefer to invest in other cryptos to gain more profitability over time! It sure is when you compare wattage to hash rates. As you lower the power target the hashrate does take a slight performance hit, but loosing roughly 0.
I am updating this post when I observe different measured values. I found that going negative on the core clocks -150 and +500 on the memory, setting the fans on a temp curve starting at 55% at 65c and max of 80% at 80c, with power limit set to 72% has been the best so far. I thought mabe someone has same behavior. I have 12 - Zotac and Gigabyte 1060 3gb gpus for mining. Out of the box the 1060 does 21mh, the 1080 does 29 mh from what I've researched.
If you only have the one card then the miner is not using it. This is the hashrate that we… The MinerKeeper is a small console application that constantly monitors your miner and restarts the miner in case he crashed or stopped mining due to any internal errors. I have asus gtx1060 9gbps edition. Memory offset System power Est. A little too big for my taste at least for the 3 fans one , but is really good nevertheless. I heard 1080 Ethhash rate is almost same as 1060. I bought one card today as a test and I oc'ed the memory to +1000Mhz.