Ethereum : GPUs’ usages fluctuate for 5 minutes before stable

Ethereum update: GPUs’ usages fluctuate for 5 minutes before stable

It sounds ridiculous, but this is what’s happening, and I have no idea why it happens.


My rig stably ran for moths with **Claymore Miner**, ytd it got restarted due to failed gpu. And this ridiculous issue just happens afterwards


When the rig’s running with **Claymore Miner**, GPUs’ usages would fluctuate for 5 minutes since the start, after 5 minutes everything went back to normal


***[Here are the photos, enjoy!](***

* Before 5 minutes:

* At 5 minutes:

* After 5 minutes:


Yes! It only happens with **Claymore Miner**. I tried using **ethminer**, and everything works just fine. I also tried **Claymore Miner’s other versions**, it doesn’t fix the issue.


What I’m worried about is power spikes. If this problem is still present, my GPUs would get power spikes every time I restart the rig.


I tried googling it but didn’t see any relevant threads. Thanks 🙂


Rig’s components:

* Biostar TB250-BTC PRO motherboard with [Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 1709 64-Bit OS](

* 4 gb of RAM

* 2x 850 watt PSUs are connected using [Dual Power Supply Adapter Cable](

* 6 of risers are powered by the 1st PSU and the rest by the 2nd PSU

* 6x [GALAX GeForce® GTX 1060 OC 6GB]( No excess 110 watt from the wall (116% TDP)

* 5x [ROG STRIX-GTX1060-O6G-GAMING]( No excess 120 watt from the wall (116% TDP)

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