I have a GPU rig, facing few prob. need help

keique

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Hi, I am new in crypto mining created 9GPU rig with rx470 8gb. I mine with simple miner and set cloacking as the image .
Problem is it get hang after few hours and required restart for run the rig again. Its on non ac room and i dont add any extra coller fan for gpu. Is the hit might be a issue?
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Are you overclocking the gpus at all? Sometimes you need to add a but of extra voltage to make sure it's stable longterm
 

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- Heat will always be a problem if there is no proper air-flow; they I'll stop working to prevent damage.
- If you can not add a proper air-flow system and want to risk you rig, check the BIOS Settings for heat prevention and disable it.
- Also, as the @ddo88 said, if you are overclocking the cards, you might need to add more voltage to the system.
 

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Are you overclocking the gpus at all? Sometimes you need to add a but of extra voltage to make sure it's stable longterm

I did overclocking, like the picture. how to add extra voltage can you please say me in more details as i am new in mining :)

- Heat will always be a problem if there is no proper air-flow; they I'll stop working to prevent damage.
- If you can not add a proper air-flow system and want to risk you rig, check the BIOS Settings for heat prevention and disable it.
- Also, as the @ddo88 said, if you are overclocking the cards, you might need to add more voltage to the system.
Ok I will add air flow, and for voltage will I need to add PSU as My psu i think sufficient.
 
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In the image it looks like you are undervoting, meaning taking away voltage. I am not sure exactly how the application you are using works, but u would suggest leaving the voltage at the default. Maybe you should have "0" in the undervolting field.
 

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Yes, heat could be a big problem if it is not already one. Get some inexpensive cooling fans or a water cooling system. Multi GPUs can generate tremendous heat and its always advised to have them housed in a temperature controlled environment.
 
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Seems a power/heat issue.

Try pushing minimum fan speed up to the limit and the maximum allowed temperature at 80°C (it is still reasonable). What does it happen?

Is there any BIOS setting available for the other server/case fans? I would force them to go to the maximum all the time (if the noise is acceptable to you).

What is your PSU? Do you have all 9 gpus on a single server?
 
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