Has anyone else had an issue with gpuPlotGenerator where in buffer mode it will start by using pretty much 100% of my GPU (which is what I want) at around 30k-50k nonces/minute and then it drops to around 12k nonces/minute. Sometimes it will stay at the higher amount and I can get 1TB plotted in an hour or less. Other times it drops down and only utilizes my gpu around 17%. It's weird that this doesn't happen all the time and I was wondering if anyone else had this problem.
Also I have a MSI Gaming X RX 480 8GB GPU.
My devices txt is:
0 0 8096 64 8192
My Batch file looks like this:
gpuPlotGenerator.exe generate buffer j:\Burst\plots\3817333640460646654_1026441216_4091904_36864
As you can see there are a couple spikes here and there, but it is barely using my GPU.
The only gain I have managed to get so far is running gpuPlotgenerator as admin and I seemed to get a gain 23%-27% percent utilization of my gpu and and 18k-20k nonces/minute.
Today I had some plots that got interrupted because the machine restarted. When I ran plotschecker it said that it renamed the files. So I checked in the folder, and they all had starting nonce 0 and amount of nonces 0 for some weird reason. I ran plotschecker one more time on the same plots, and this time it said once again that it renamed the files, but also that it truncated them. So, I had to run plotschecker twice in order to correct my plots, is this a bug?