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  1. GPU Mining Zcash and Ethereum with EthosDistro and AMD RX470 - Block Operations
    April 9, 2017 @ 12:18 am

    […] Seems kind of cryptic unless you have been messing around with PC’s for a while. I took some pictures this time as I changed the BIOS settings, and put these in a separate post called BIOS Settings¬†for GPU Miners on Intel Motherboards. […]

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  2. git_er_dun
    April 15, 2017 @ 6:59 am

    Do you run into issues with the TB85 losing its BIOS settings on a GPU fault? I’ve had stability issues with my 6 GPU rig (6 x R9 Fury) and every time it hard faulted/froze, the BIOS settings reset back to stock. It was really annoying to troubleshoot for about a half a day when I was getting inconsistent results. Once I figured out that the BIOS settings were reverting, I was able to better control the actual results, though I suffered through trial and error.

    Have you been able to figure out how to undervolt your GPUs on Linux? Most people say to flash custom firmware with the voltages tuned way down, but that seems like a lot of work to plug each individual GPU into a Windows machine, modify/flash, and then put back in the miner. In the long run it might be worth it, but someone has to have figure out an easier way to configure a miner to undervolt in Linux.

    I noticed in your other post that ethOS has the ability to do it, I might just bite the bullet and switch, probably way less hassle.

    Thanks man for the guides, great work and explanations.

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  3. mubeen
    July 14, 2017 @ 6:28 pm

    Veru helpfull…

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