I’ve discovered how confusing the naming can be for this card because of so many variations that are nearly identical in name.
So I have this card that I purchased SH, but I’m struggling to get it functional in hive. I have it in a test rig right now but it will not play nice.
I can’t set power limit, or any core or memory values. - it has a physical Bios switch currently set to “slave”, but seemingly similiar issues with “Master”.
It hashes at about 32-33 MH/s - which seems well below it’s paygrade for 1080 Tis and with no ability to control the fan gets upwards of 80 before I shut it down (important to note that the radiator fan connects to the Mobo and is set at 100% via BIOS) the embedded card fan seems to be the issue.
If I boot into windows, I can use EVGA Precision software to change PL and Fan speed. However the hash rate remains mostly the same. Can’t seem to break 34 MH/s.
I’ve tried Phoenix and T-Rex miner with both “straps 2” and “mt: 3” respectively with no increase in hashrate.
HiveOS’s Eth Pill option doesn’t seem to have an effect (even with -20 delay as I’ve seen recommended)
Hive reports the following error message when attempting to apply even modest overclocks or fan speed.
Detected 1 NVIDIA cards
GPU BUS ID : 01
CLOCK : 100
FAN : 80
=== GPU 0, 01:00.0 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11156 MB, PL: 0 W, 0 W, 0 W === 21:25:07
SET CLOCKS: 0 MHz
Max Perf mode: 3 (auto)
Attribute ‘GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset’ was already set to 0
ERROR: Error assigning value 80 to attribute ‘GPUTargetFanSpeed’
(PurpleRig:0[fan:0]) as specified in assignment
‘[fan:0]/GPUTargetFanSpeed=80’ (Unknown Error).
ERROR: Error assigning value 100 to attribute ‘GPUGraphicsClockOffset’
(PurpleRig:0[gpu:0]) as specified in assignment
‘[gpu:0]/GPUGraphicsClockOffset=100’ (Unknown Error).
Attribute ‘GPUFanControlState’ (PurpleRig:0[gpu:0]) assigned value 1.
Is this a card bios issue? I’m running out of ways to troubleshoot or remedy the issue.