Hive OS

Hive OS OverClock

16 July 2018
Hive Os Setup

Hello, Today I will explain all detail for How To Overclocking Hive OS.

1.What is the OC ?

Your computer’s CPU comes from the factory set to run at a certain maximum speed. If you run your CPU at that speed with proper cooling, it should perform fine without giving you any problems.

However, you’re often not limited to that CPU speed. You can increase the CPU’s speed by setting a higher clock rate or multiplier in the computer’s BIOS, forcing it to perform more operations per second.

This can speed up your CPU — and therefore speed up your computer if your computer is limited by its CPU — but the CPU will produce additional heat. It may become physically damaged if you don’t provide additional cooling, or it may be unstable and cause your computer to blue-screen or restart.

 

2.Everything is OK ?

Before I start I assume you already setup Hive OS system and set your wallet on your rig. Let’s begin the OC… Like the picture you see below it is a normal screen I have 12 card and I already set  my wallet configs. Rig ready to OC !

Before OC

Before OC

3.Hive OS OverClock Configs

Firstable I am using AMD Cards because of that I will show AMD OverClocking so this not about Nvidia OverClocking.

 

Let’s see the explanations of the settings headings.

core clock and dpm

core clock and dpm

  1-)   Core Clock (Mhz) : The actual speed at which the graphics processor on a video card operates. Core clock is measured in megahertz (MHz). The core clock speed can sometimes be changed on newer cards where users want to gain a performance boost.

I set the 1116 value for Core Clock.

 

  2-)  Core State : The core state actually meaning DPM(Dynamic Power Managament).  Dpm : Dynamic power management (DPM) – which refers to the selective shutdown of system components that are idle or underutilized – has proven to be a particularly effective technique for reducing power dissipation in such systems.

I set the 3 value for DPM.

mv and memory

mv and memory

3-) Core Voltage (mV)  :   The CPU core voltage (VCORE) is the power supply voltage supplied to the CPU (which is a digital circuit), GPU, or other device containing a processing core. The amount of power a CPU uses, and thus the amount of heat it dissipates, is the product of this voltage and the current it draws.

I set the 850 value for Core Voltage.

 

4-) Memory Clock (Mhz) : They change the frequency of the data passed from the Gpu and the memory of the graphics card. The faster you can clock a device the more data you can process from the memory of the device or a Gpu in less time. The clock controls the switching speed of all the transistors in the memory or Gpu.

 

I set the 1900 value for Memory Clock.

 

mdpm and fan

mdpm and fan

 

5-) Mem State:  The mem state actually mdpm. Mdpm : RX cards known to have 1 or 2 memory states (actually 3 including 0 idle state). By default the highest state will be selected. But some rare cards are known to fail to undervolt on the highest state and required to select a lower one. For example the highest is 2 and for undervolting you would want to set state 1.

I am not set any value for Mem State.

6-) Fan (%)  :  The cards fan speed.

I set the 40 value for Fan.

 

!!! Important Tricks !!!

* You can set different values for OC settings.

E.g :>

memory values

memory values

 

* You can mark the Aggressive undervolting. This mean you allow to set OC for each DPM state.This will increase your consumption and hashrate.


aggressive undervolting

aggressive undervolting

E.g :>

 

* Other settings details:

details

details

  1. Info: You can specify one value for all cards or list of values for each card separated by space. “0” or empty – no setting will be applied.
    150 – one value for all GPUs.
    0 100 0 0 0 140 – means GPU0 = none, GPU1 = 100, etc.

    Run amd-info to know your current clocks.

  2. Other User Settings:  You can see the other users OC settings categorized by cards model. Link
  3. Tutorial:  A  Russian tutorial video for OC settings. Link 

 

*Load And Save :

load and save

load and save

This setting allow to you can save you OC configs or load any OC configs.

 

4.Conclusion

Set all values and results from system:

OC SET

OC SET

Beside the other OS’s this OverClock system working very pretty. Most users like and using easily. In my opinion this OC system working very good and can use easily other OS systems using thirdparty apps for OC like Windows and this apps never working fine always you can see a bug or mess.

 

Finally end of the OC my hash:

 

Hive OS hashrate

Hive OS hashrate

 

 

1 Comment

  • Reply Orlando Velandia 15 August 2018 at 21:38

    Deference to op, some wonderful selective information.

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