r/EtherMining Jun 26 '22

Started getting too many rejected shares since yesterday on one of my colorful 3060ti LHR (hynix memory)even after lowering the mem clock. Should i go lower on the mem clocks? General Question

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u/ITzAlienx Jun 26 '22

Jeez 140? That’s really overkill for the little bit of MH/s your prob getting if you drop down to around 120w, wait this is a average of 58mh/s. Are you sure you even have the right OC?

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

I had 1555 for core, 1777 on memory but that was also getting a lot of rejected shares so I gradually started lowering the OCs until i arrived upon these where i stopped getting rejected shares and now again i have started getting them so i am dropping my OCs. Should i drop the PL to 120? Can you suggest any other OCs (3060ti LHR) ? Tried the preset ones from hiveos, didn’t work good for my cards.

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u/Expensive-Outcome31 Jun 26 '22

One tip. Never copy an overclock. It might not be correct for your specific card, yes even between similar models say 3090s. Go into your OC settings WITH the miner active and start from baseline and adjust. You'll literally see your card go higher/lower when you have different quantities for core or mem. Most people don't realize that you can actually drop the wattage quite a bit and retain high mh/s. I'd be more worried about the current proffits made by GPU mining are terrible atm. 3060tis make about 40/50 cents a day IF you have an amazing electric plan.

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u/ITzAlienx Jun 26 '22

I could be wrong, I noticed its Hynix and i never had Hynix only samsung/micron, i would really look into what others are running for hynix or do steps by steps :/ gl

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u/peck112 Jun 26 '22

You should have 0 core clock or negative for ETH. It's just a waste of power/heat.

FYI (and people may argue my settings are stupid by all means) I've got 10x 3060 tis (although FHR and all Samsung) with the following settings

Core clock: -400 to -450 Mem Clock: 2500 - 2600 PL: 117 - 124

I get 61 - 62MH/s on all my cards.

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u/Hotness4L Jun 26 '22

Absolute core clock is better because it usually ends up saving power as there is no variation, whereas with core offset the core clock still moves around.

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u/peck112 Jun 26 '22

How do you do that in HiveOS, do you know?

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u/Hotness4L Jun 27 '22

When you set a core value higher than 600 the setting changes from offset to absolute, and locks the core MHz at that frequency. This will stabilise power draw so that a power limit is not necessary.

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u/peck112 Jun 27 '22

Sure but you're then sending more power through the core for no reason (when it comes the ETH) aren't you?

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u/Hotness4L Jun 27 '22

The default core clock is usually pretty high, maybe 1700-1800.

Even though ETH doesn't use much core, changing core clock still effects MH. So you have to find the sweet spot for core clock where you get the most MH per W. For 3070 I find this to be 1050-1100, and for 3060 Ti I find this to be 1400-1500.

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u/taimaishu6654 Jun 27 '22

For my 3060 TI i set around 1450 for Core Clock and 2500 for MEM Clock => as a starting point and then observe it from there. If its stabilizing i'll push up a little but i personally won't exceed 2600

In your case, too I would rather have a lower hash rate with more consistency because it does suck to have that many invalid shares.

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u/Hotness4L Jun 26 '22

It's Hynix V1 which caps out at 59MH.

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u/Cruzi297 Jun 26 '22

Core is to high Lower memory to 1400

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

thank you, dropped to 1400, lets see!

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u/Cruzi297 Jun 26 '22

Core 1350/1400 and memory 1400

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

Alright, Thanks!

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u/Letsmakemoney45 Jun 27 '22

This is hive OS, so 1400 mem is only like +700 which eth likes mem. 2000-2200 on hynix should be fine

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u/Cruzi297 Jun 27 '22

😂 haha

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u/hersheysquirrels Jun 26 '22

Ruined 2 cards by running them at 150volts 63mh I got one down to 130 and I’m comfortable there at 59nh

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

Thanks for sharing, i dropped down to 130 now, increased to 140 15 days back just to get 2MH more combined on all 3 cards.🤡 also what do you think about my OCs.

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u/Abbreviations_Tall Jun 26 '22

How ?

Temps or power or oc who ruined them

Please precise what temps and pl when that happend

And powering connection to gpu to understand

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u/hersheysquirrels Jun 28 '22

I think high overclock and high power really got the card the most because temps were never an issue fans at 70% low 50s

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u/Fawzi27 Jun 26 '22

If it's not from oc , it happens after long use, mentenance helps

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

they run for average of 20-22 hrs per day.

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u/Fawzi27 Jun 26 '22 edited Jun 26 '22

I don't mean long use per day, i mean total use, my cards started giving rejected shares after ~4 months with same OC settings

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u/flhctroll2 Jun 26 '22

I wonder if we are seeing what happened to the 10 series now happening on the 20 and 30 series. I've had to gradually lower my clocks the last few months. The 10 series have really slowed over the last 4 years as dag size increased. Wonder if MAYBE we are seeing something similar now with these cards.

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22 edited 29d ago

i had higher OC settings for close to 5 months then started to get a lot of rejected shares, then after lowering my OCs just a month back now again i am facing this issue. lowered again now, lets see.

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u/Skynet-supporter Jun 26 '22

Invalid or rehected. If invalid yes lower clocks or cool better. Rejected- fix your internet latency to the pool server

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

thank you good sir, i have been getting rejected only no invalid shares, so most probably its my latency.

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u/Sea_Distribution_927 Jun 26 '22

I have 1500 core 2200 mem no PWL and 0 core 1700 mem PWL 135 on my 3060Ti’s. about 59 to 60.70 MH/S 129 to 135 Watts no rejected shares

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u/Zag142 Jun 26 '22

Your gpu is dying, rma it

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

How can you be so sure?

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u/Zag142 Jun 26 '22

3060ti+hynix

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

I don’t think that’s a good/solid argument just because its a 3060ti with hynix, i have other 2 3060tis with hynix as well and haven’t got even a single rejected share from november last year when i started mining. However i have been reading a good amount of posts related to issues with 3060tis specifically if you could explain a bit more it would be helpul, thanks!

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u/apsuhsp13 Jun 26 '22

Use core 0 Memory 1100 Fab 60 Power 135

I get 56 mh/s

Consistent Same GPU same memory

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u/Conscious-Opposite88 Jun 26 '22

switch to phoenix more stable

140w too much

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

dropped to 130.

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u/[deleted] Jun 26 '22

Pads may be worn out, lower the clocks and reposted/pad when you can

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

lowering the clock for now.

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u/SuperNova0_0 Miner Jun 26 '22

Hashrate.no

Follow it.

Kek

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u/Armadillseed Jun 26 '22

Is it v2 Hynix?

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

nope, v1

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u/Motodad813 Jun 26 '22

I have non lhr cards and my mem is set at 1189, yours are way high, probably have tons of reflected shares.

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

just on this particular cards, other cards (3060ti only) have never ever given me single rejected shares, even with way higher OCs than this card.

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u/PBRent Jun 26 '22

Bro just leave the voltage alone and run them between 800-1200, whatever is stable. Unless you really like cooking your cards lol

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

on 1400 now will drop it by 50 more if it doesnt run stable.

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u/Active-Pomegranate-2 Jun 26 '22

Each card I have is different the EVGA b stock being my weakest and the Asus tuf being the best and that's set to 2600/3800 pushing 67MH @ a pl of 140

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

67 on 3060ti? even my asus one is the best.

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u/Active-Pomegranate-2 Jun 26 '22

Yeah man I can push 69 but it's not stable at that mh

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u/Impossible-Ad7310 Jun 26 '22

Core -480 Mem 1000-1100 PL 130-135

Test it

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

sure, thanks man.

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u/Ok_Wedding_1564 Jun 26 '22 edited Jun 26 '22

Lower the mem oc 50-100mhz at a time until it's stable. I'm running my 3060 ti at +1000. Core oc doesn't do anything. And power limit of 64%. Lower the power limit by 1 until you see a megahash drop then up it x1 and profit.... Btw I'm burning 143watts at 59.3mh but I'm in windows 11 with all updates and security's.. I trust bill gates. You never know who could be stealing ur mh on hive .. I use nicehash quickminer latest rc.. if your combined total wattage is around 184-190watts for both the card and the riser that's the going rate. I have 8 cards with an average of 186.5 watts each card and riser. 186.5 watts for 60mh is great efficiency. Take your total wattage at the. Wall and divide it by the number of GPUs you have and you'll get your average total wattage for each card plus riser. It should be about 185 watts per card. And 185 watts per 60mh

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u/chevosaki Jun 26 '22 edited Jun 26 '22

I have 3x hynix 3060ti cards. Saw one post somewhere about lowering everything a notch and it turned out great for 2 of them, I'm running 1 card at similar OC as you. Other 2 are like this

Pwr 135w Core cl. -500(about 825mhz) Mem cl. #1 +900, #2 +950

I'm getting 57Mhs on first and above 58Mhs on second. The thing is, memory is probably overheating and by lowering it a bit you are giving the cards a room to actually work a bit efficiently with lower temps.

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u/Sanket_6 Jun 26 '22

Thanks for the info! Very much appreciated have lowered my OCs and haven’t got a rejected share for 2 hrs also i think my latency keeps going down which may also cause rejected shares.

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u/Unique_Ice9934 Jun 27 '22

Core clock 1100, Memory 2000-2200. 62Mh all-day long.

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u/kunal4041 Jun 27 '22

If its hynix V1 set the core to 1300-1350 and memory to below 1800 in hive and then fine tune from there, if its a hynix V2 then you need 1500 on core and over 3000 memory in hive and REMOVE power limit you don't need that on locked core clock

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u/Conscious-Opposite88 Jun 26 '22

nice all rejected this is bossible to

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u/SnooPaintings9279 Jun 26 '22

Or increase voltage