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Hi @JebenTJ Kogoma sbruffante we are using the MSI RX 5700 XT Gaming X Graphics Card. There have been no BIOS modifications made. To achieve the 52 Mh/s with only 107 Watts of power, we applied these settings below.
Using SimpleMining.net we applied the following settings across the 4 RX 5700 XT Graphics Cards.
Total Rig Watts: 544
Per GPU Watts: 106 Watts | 107 Watts | 103 Watts | 108 Watts
1300 MHz Core Clock | 900 Memory MHz
Core Undervolt: 750-800 | Memory UV (MVDDCI): 800
Hash Rate & Power Draw for RX 5700 XT Gaming X Mining Ethereum:
52 MH/s | 106 - 108 Watts Per GPU
3607 shares submitted / successful & 0 shares rejected.
Stability is key to reduce your rig maintenance and minimize downtime.
Hope this helps.
Let me know how you go.
What program can i use ti change the setting? AMD standard driver? MSI ?
@JebenTJ Kogoma sbruffante These settings were changed via the Web Portal attached to my instance of the Operating System. I did not use any tools to do this other that the web interface.
If you are looking for tools to adjust your GPU settings I have used MSI Afterburner in the Past, but other may have better suggestions. My instance is running on Linux as I have had extremely bad experiences with running my AMD mining rig on Windows OS (too many blue screens of death).
Do you see high memory temperatures with MSI RX 5700 XT Gaming X Graphics Cards? Is your rig running stable?
Hi @Schlösser , I cant speak for the memory temperature directly for AMD, but understand there is some discussion around the RX 5700 XT and if the sensors are actually reading the case temperature (T_case) or junction temperature (Tj) temperature. Either way, the rigs are runnign stable with little to know stale or rejected shares.