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  1. my gtx 1080ti gave me more PPD(almost the same tho) on a riser with a pcie 1x slot (3.0 but in 2.0 mode) than on my main system pcie 16x 3.0. It seems that the limiting factor on my main system was the single core cpu speed. On my main system the gpu usage according to nvsmi was always below 95%, on the mining system(with riser) was almost always above 95%
  2. Is there a way to check previous hourly production on eoc or any other stats? something like my hourly from 2 or even 5 days ago?
  3. In my hyperx cloud the little cables inside had insulation and burning it didn't work, I had to scrape it with knife, sanding seems to work better according to this vid:
  4. you might need to check with GOT, if your folding name is the same. eoc shows you have been producing
  5. Nice, share if possible. I would have used node too but I assumed python was able to parse PyON, which wasn't the case(would have had to use eval), I ended up doing some replacing and then parsing it as json.
  6. Like Fulminatrix said, if you are running FAH client only in the same machine as the babysitter your "hosts" would look like this: hosts = [ #quoted strings, hosts or IPs separated by comma 'localhost', ] if you are running FAH client on and the same machine as the babysitter it would look like this hosts = [ #quoted strings, hosts or IPs separated by comma 'localhost', '', ] You can use network hosts with no issues(I do) as long as the babysitter machine is able to ping them/see them when sharing files
  7. same here but it took me a while to come up with the idea, stop being busy and then code it you need to edit/add hosts/ips in the first few lines (and add a password if you use one) save it as babysitter.py in your desktop, you can use notepad just remember to select "save as type": "All files (*.*)" so notepad doesn't add ".txt" to the name. for the python part install python 3 with default options (latest version on their site is ok) https://www.python.org/downloads/ run the script by double clicking babysitter.py in your desktop when you want to stop the scrip
  8. babysitter python script updated version by Koppa315: It will automatically scan all the slots and pause+unpause slots that are "Waiting On: WS Assignment" and have too high "Next Attempt" Need to set host(s) and password(only if you use a password) If you find an issue with it, let me know via message Looks like this when running: It access the clients API in a similar(much simpler) way that FAHControl or HFM.NET do It won't restart slots that are still running and trying to download a new WU at the same time. original versi
  9. I don't even remember the card model but what I did a long time ago was to just remove the original fan and screw an 80mm fan to the heatsink of the card, it lasted until the end of life of that computer. Maybe you could do something similar with 2 fans you have and see how temps are
  10. this proves they really hate those cards, they don't even register now
  11. I had this issue on 1 machine, I don't have enough cpu cores so I just stopped using 1 gpu and just use another as nothing fixed that particular gpu. For another gpu (nvidia, not overclocked) increasing the core voltage 5% did the trick, you could also try to power limit. They weren't failing a lot but I didn't even knew they were failing for a couple days until I saw a screenshot here from someone using hfm.net that showed completed/failed WUs
  12. I'd try quick format with Rufus, it's the only tool that has worked every time for me