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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #615 on: February 25, 2014, 08:53:34 pm »

i am currently getting around 3.9k cpm with 1100/1500 and 4k cpm with 1100/1700cpm with stock voltages fans %45 , cards never passes 73c  @linux. 2 cards +whole rig uses 570-580w from the wall.Is that good?


I'm seriously impressed that you can get GPU memory clocks that high, specially with stock voltages. I'm also seriously impressed that you can run the GPU clock at 1100 and keep the card so cool at such a low fan speed, and all of that at 250W per card. Is this really a R9 290?

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #616 on: February 25, 2014, 09:03:23 pm »

i am currently getting around 3.9k cpm with 1100/1500 and 4k cpm with 1100/1700cpm with stock voltages fans %45 , cards never passes 73c  @linux. 2 cards +whole rig uses 570-580w from the wall.Is that good?


I'm seriously impressed that you can get GPU memory clocks that high, specially with stock voltages. I'm also seriously impressed that you can run the GPU clock at 1100 and keep the card so cool at such a low fan speed, and all of that at 250W per card. Is this really a R9 290?
i can show you my rig picture if you want

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #617 on: February 25, 2014, 09:12:18 pm »
Guys, what is the kind of CPM to expect on a 280X?

I get around 3373 c/m at stock 1000/1500 and 3500 c/m at 1050/1500.

3500 c/m at which algorithm you run? -1, -2, or -3? My card only has 3200 cpm at -2.

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #618 on: February 25, 2014, 09:35:31 pm »
Do you guys have any ideas of my problem...

Basically, when I pair up my 7850 and 7950, I can run the 7950 on its own and it gives me around 2500 CPM when I have set it to 1,1 cores. When I pair up my 7950 with another 7950, both of them produce around 700 CPM when I set them to 0,0 and 1,1 respectively. When set these back to 0 and 1 - i.e. single cores, I get them to produce around 1800 CPM.... Any ideas what is wrong? Both the 7950s have 3GB memory. My 7850 has only 2GB memory so I run it on single core but it still produces a respectable 1200CPM

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #619 on: February 25, 2014, 09:42:37 pm »
I finally got it all working and overclocked. I'm getting 4150cpm with these settings on stock volts. This set of script will overclock your 290/or 290x.

The first line is the core clock, memory clock, powerlevel, and powertune I believe. The max was 2 on the last number. I tried that but a 1 worked better for me so I stuck with that. If I'm doing something that will blow up my card, someone let me know. Temps are under 50c on core all the time and the VRM sinks are barely warm to the touch. When I was on Windows my VRM's were under 50c on VRM1 and under 40 on VRM2, so I should be good.

Here's my OC config if someone wants to try it on theirs:

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

this is for Linux of course.

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #620 on: February 25, 2014, 09:56:45 pm »
I finally got it all working and overclocked. I'm getting 4150cpm with these settings on stock volts. This set of script will overclock your 290/or 290x.

The first line is the core clock, memory clock, powerlevel, and powertune I believe. The max was 2 on the last number. I tried that but a 1 worked better for me so I stuck with that. If I'm doing something that will blow up my card, someone let me know. Temps are under 50c on core all the time and the VRM sinks are barely warm to the touch. When I was on Windows my VRM's were under 50c on VRM1 and under 40 on VRM2, so I should be good.

Here's my OC config if someone wants to try it on theirs:

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1



aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

this is for Linux of course.

when i copy paste this: aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1   and i am getting:
ERROR - Set clocks failed for Adapter 1 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
        Please check that input values were valid

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #621 on: February 25, 2014, 10:49:55 pm »
Guys, what is the kind of CPM to expect on a 280X?

I get around 3373 c/m at stock 1000/1500 and 3500 c/m at 1050/1500.

3500 c/m at which algorithm you run? -1, -2, or -3? My card only has 3200 cpm at -2.

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #622 on: February 26, 2014, 02:54:22 am »
I finally got it all working and overclocked. I'm getting 4150cpm with these settings on stock volts. This set of script will overclock your 290/or 290x.

The first line is the core clock, memory clock, powerlevel, and powertune I believe. The max was 2 on the last number. I tried that but a 1 worked better for me so I stuck with that. If I'm doing something that will blow up my card, someone let me know. Temps are under 50c on core all the time and the VRM sinks are barely warm to the touch. When I was on Windows my VRM's were under 50c on VRM1 and under 40 on VRM2, so I should be good.

Here's my OC config if someone wants to try it on theirs:

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1



aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

this is for Linux of course.

when i copy paste this: aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1   and i am getting:
ERROR - Set clocks failed for Adapter 1 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
        Please check that input values were valid

Try chaging to adapter 0 instead of 1. Mine would only work with "1", but its in the 0 slot. I have no idea why, so yours might react totally different. IDK.

so it might look like this instead: (or you could even try 2 I suppose also) you may also need lower values. I seem to have a decent card here.

aticonfig --adapter=0 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1



aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #623 on: February 26, 2014, 02:57:33 am »
I finally got it all working and overclocked. I'm getting 4150cpm with these settings on stock volts. This set of script will overclock your 290/or 290x.

The first line is the core clock, memory clock, powerlevel, and powertune I believe. The max was 2 on the last number. I tried that but a 1 worked better for me so I stuck with that. If I'm doing something that will blow up my card, someone let me know. Temps are under 50c on core all the time and the VRM sinks are barely warm to the touch. When I was on Windows my VRM's were under 50c on VRM1 and under 40 on VRM2, so I should be good.

Here's my OC config if someone wants to try it on theirs:

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1



aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

this is for Linux of course.

when i copy paste this: aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1   and i am getting:
ERROR - Set clocks failed for Adapter 1 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
        Please check that input values were valid

Try chaging to adapter 0 instead of 1. Mine would only work with "1", but its in the 0 slot. I have no idea why, so yours might react totally different. IDK.

so it might look like this instead: (or you could even try 2 I suppose also) you may also need lower values. I seem to have a decent card here. Set your clocks lower and see if they will take. I also changed the adapter to "0" but you may need to try "1" again. Hard to tell.

aticonfig --adapter=0 --od-setclocks=1050,1375,150,1

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #624 on: February 26, 2014, 04:14:41 pm »
Does anybody know the CPM from the Sapphire 270x TOXIC with 2 GB?
or is the 270X 4GB better because you can run2 Threads?

THANKS

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #625 on: February 26, 2014, 04:30:56 pm »
I finally got it all working and overclocked. I'm getting 4150cpm with these settings on stock volts. This set of script will overclock your 290/or 290x.

The first line is the core clock, memory clock, powerlevel, and powertune I believe. The max was 2 on the last number. I tried that but a 1 worked better for me so I stuck with that. If I'm doing something that will blow up my card, someone let me know. Temps are under 50c on core all the time and the VRM sinks are barely warm to the touch. When I was on Windows my VRM's were under 50c on VRM1 and under 40 on VRM2, so I should be good.

Here's my OC config if someone wants to try it on theirs:

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1



aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

this is for Linux of course.

when i copy paste this: aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1   and i am getting:
ERROR - Set clocks failed for Adapter 1 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
        Please check that input values were valid

this command is only working for primary adapter I think, because I'm getting the same error for second card. Can anyone give a trick for it?

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #626 on: February 26, 2014, 04:32:46 pm »
I finally got it all working and overclocked. I'm getting 4150cpm with these settings on stock volts. This set of script will overclock your 290/or 290x.

The first line is the core clock, memory clock, powerlevel, and powertune I believe. The max was 2 on the last number. I tried that but a 1 worked better for me so I stuck with that. If I'm doing something that will blow up my card, someone let me know. Temps are under 50c on core all the time and the VRM sinks are barely warm to the touch. When I was on Windows my VRM's were under 50c on VRM1 and under 40 on VRM2, so I should be good.

Here's my OC config if someone wants to try it on theirs:

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1



aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

this is for Linux of course.

when i copy paste this: aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1   and i am getting:
ERROR - Set clocks failed for Adapter 1 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
        Please check that input values were valid

this command is only working for primary adapter I think, because I'm getting the same error for second card. Can anyone give a trick for it?

Hate to break the news to you folks but the aticonfig/amdconfig does NOT work for more than one
adapter. Sure there is the --adapter=x or --adapter=all but it only ever works for the default card.
Must be a bug in the software and perhaps next ATI Catalyst will fix it.

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #627 on: February 26, 2014, 06:29:46 pm »
I finally got it all working and overclocked. I'm getting 4150cpm with these settings on stock volts. This set of script will overclock your 290/or 290x.

The first line is the core clock, memory clock, powerlevel, and powertune I believe. The max was 2 on the last number. I tried that but a 1 worked better for me so I stuck with that. If I'm doing something that will blow up my card, someone let me know. Temps are under 50c on core all the time and the VRM sinks are barely warm to the touch. When I was on Windows my VRM's were under 50c on VRM1 and under 40 on VRM2, so I should be good.

Here's my OC config if someone wants to try it on theirs:

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1



aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-commitclocks
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-gettemperature
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-getclocks

this is for Linux of course.

when i copy paste this: aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1   and i am getting:
ERROR - Set clocks failed for Adapter 1 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
        Please check that input values were valid

this command is only working for primary adapter I think, because I'm getting the same error for second card. Can anyone give a trick for it?

Hate to break the news to you folks but the aticonfig/amdconfig does NOT work for more than one
adapter. Sure there is the --adapter=x or --adapter=all but it only ever works for the default card.
Must be a bug in the software and perhaps next ATI Catalyst will fix it.

Below is a copy of the current clocks I'm running.

aticonfig --adapter=0 --od-setclocks=1110,1220
aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1220
aticonfig --adapter=2 --od-setclocks=1110,1220
aticonfig --adapter=3 --od-setclocks=1110,1220

Adapter 0 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
                            Core (MHz)    Memory (MHz)
           Current Clocks :    1110           1220
             Current Peak :    1110           1220
  Configurable Peak Range : [300-1500]     [150-2000]
                 GPU load :    100%

Adapter 1 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
                            Core (MHz)    Memory (MHz)
           Current Clocks :    1075           1220
             Current Peak :    1110           1220
  Configurable Peak Range : [300-1500]     [150-2000]
                 GPU load :    100%

Adapter 2 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
                            Core (MHz)    Memory (MHz)
           Current Clocks :    1110           1220
             Current Peak :    1110           1220
  Configurable Peak Range : [300-1500]     [150-2000]
                 GPU load :    100%

Adapter 3 - AMD Radeon R9 290 Series
                            Core (MHz)    Memory (MHz)
           Current Clocks :    1110           1220
             Current Peak :    1110           1220
  Configurable Peak Range : [300-1500]     [150-2000]
                 GPU load :    100%

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #628 on: February 26, 2014, 06:48:58 pm »
The first line is the core clock, memory clock, powerlevel, and powertune I believe.

aticonfig --adapter=1 --od-setclocks=1110,1415,150,1

It is know that powertune values can vary from -20% to 20%. What do I have to expect if I use the following; Any chance cards will consumme less power without reducing stock clocks?

aticonfig --adapter=all --od-setclocks=x,y,90,1

I'm running stock clocks and stock voltage (but all cards are powertune certified and have unlock Bios).

Thanks.

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Re: fast AMD OpenCL PTS miner released
« Reply #629 on: February 26, 2014, 06:50:58 pm »
Do you guys have any ideas of my problem...

Basically, when I pair up my 7850 and 7950, I can run the 7950 on its own and it gives me around 2500 CPM when I have set it to 1,1 cores. When I pair up my 7950 with another 7950, both of them produce around 700 CPM when I set them to 0,0 and 1,1 respectively. When set these back to 0 and 1 - i.e. single cores, I get them to produce around 1800 CPM.... Any ideas what is wrong? Both the 7950s have 3GB memory. My 7850 has only 2GB memory so I run it on single core but it still produces a respectable 1200CPM

Can anyone help please?