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Offline reorder

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I use GPU it is good worki. I need increase Fan speed (RPM ) to 4000 RPM. anyone know paramater ?
The miner does not control hardware, you could do it in catalyst conrol center perhaps?

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any chance to reduce the RAM requirement for the GPU miner?
Nope, it is MemoryCoin for a reason.

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any possibility of 1g amd card?

Offline Delinquency

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Can anyone release a solo GPU miner?

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I use GPU it is good worki. I need increase Fan speed (RPM ) to 4000 RPM. anyone know paramater ?

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added this erros message so please take a look.
thanks.

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Tue Dec 31 11:00:24 2013 Miner Starts - mmcpool.1gh.com:8080
MC2Hasher:1 initialized on device: Tahiti
                   type: 4, vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.   , mem: 322122
5472 with 1-pass algo
Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "threading.pyo", line 808, in __bootstrap_inner
  File "threading.pyo", line 761, in run
  File "miner.py", line 2804, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:8281)
  File "miner.py", line 2799, in miner.Miner.loop (miner.c:8200)
  File "miner.py", line 2788, in miner.Miner.iterate (miner.c:8025)
  File "miner.py", line 2579, in miner.MC2Hasher.processMidstate (miner.c:4033)
  File "miner.py", line 2554, in miner.MC2Hasher.prepare (miner.c:3387)
RuntimeError: clEnqueueNDRangeKernel failed: out of resources

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I am trying to run the miner on linux but I am getting the error below:

Tue Dec 31 10:44:50 2013 Miner Starts - mmcpool.1gh.com:8080
MC2Hasher:0 initialized on device: Tahiti type: 4, vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., mem: 2147483648 with 1-pass algo
Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 551, in __bootstrap_inner
    flag that can be set to true with the set() method and reset to false
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 504, in run
    given, value defaults to 1.
  File "miner.py", line 2803, in miner.miner_thread (miner.c:7593)
  File "miner.py", line 2769, in miner.Miner.__init__ (miner.c:7096)
  File "miner.py", line 2545, in miner.MC2Hasher.__init__ (miner.c:2517)
LogicError: create_buffer failed: invalid buffer size

I don't quite understand what is wrong. Any suggestions?

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T.J. Coin down ... CPU was it ... I go back xpm sorry good..
Its performance gainst of about 4x, that is pretty GPU resistant I'll say. Still can mine effectively on CPU
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Upgrading to 4GB RAM did it, thank you very much!
Windows 7 64bit, 2GB RAM
I am still getting http://gyazo.com/9dc5c394e730b551a4775d5679595e22 despite everything i tried.

It happens on 6 different rigs with 280x cards - checked like 30 cards already.

Any idea what to do ?

What OS do you run, and what amount of RAM these systems have?
I'd guess Windows needs more RAM (virtual) to map the required videoram. Perhaps you could try increasing the swap to 4-6G and maybe temporarily move RAM from another righ to try with a bigger amount? Actually I think the best solution in your case is to run Ubuntu from liveusb and mine there, in Linux system RAM is not related to on-device video buffers.

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getting this error on Sapphire 7970, any idea?

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any chance to reduce the RAM requirement for the GPU miner?

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T.J. Coin down ... CPU was it ... I go back xpm sorry good..

Offline reorder

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Windows 7 64bit, 2GB RAM
I am still getting http://gyazo.com/9dc5c394e730b551a4775d5679595e22 despite everything i tried.

It happens on 6 different rigs with 280x cards - checked like 30 cards already.

Any idea what to do ?

What OS do you run, and what amount of RAM these systems have?
I'd guess Windows needs more RAM (virtual) to map the required videoram. Perhaps you could try increasing the swap to 4-6G and maybe temporarily move RAM from another righ to try with a bigger amount? Actually I think the best solution in your case is to run Ubuntu from liveusb and mine there, in Linux system RAM is not related to on-device video buffers.

Offline Delinquency

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All of my shares are being rejected. :(
This is probably hardware errors, the pool does not find as many blocks yet as to generate many stales.
Would you like to look into this?



It's my laptop :S
Cannot really tell anything about APU yet.. The miner does not verify what card returns as solutions (to reduce its dependencies and CPU load), so if it returns mess, it sends mess. But 108 celsium on the CPU, is this healthy?

Yes, that's normal.

Here's a couple of pics from my bud:



Offline dima1236

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Windows 7 64bit, 2GB RAM
I am still getting http://gyazo.com/9dc5c394e730b551a4775d5679595e22 despite everything i tried.

It happens on 6 different rigs with 280x cards - checked like 30 cards already.

Any idea what to do ?

What OS do you run, and what amount of RAM these systems have?