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Would like a command to blink LEDs or oscillate the fans
Paz last edited by melt
Im still not really figuring out where my cards are on my Asrock H110. The numbering scheme is not clear in the slightest, or I am just being thick. Irrespective a command line util would be useful to identify the card either by blinking the light, or turning the fan on and off a few times.
- specify the GPU ID you want to ident
- specify whether to try blinking a light or spinning the fans from 0-100-0%
- specify # seconds to do this
- probably a good idea to warn that miners are running on that GPU and do you want to turn them off first
For cost purposes, I hope to accomplish putting far more than 10-13 GPUs using PCIe riser splitters and PSU slave relays. At that point identifying the GPU literally be impossible. I feel like this could be a really useful feature and make Pimp very unique, providing a new way to build larger miners.
Thank you for your feature request! We have added a feature:
gputool --find 1to find gpu 1 for example.
gputool --helpfor details.
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