Gminer is a well-known miner that is in demand in the community. Its main advantage is the support of many algorithms and, accordingly, cryptocurrencies. We are talking about Aeternity, Ethereum, Beam, Grin, ZelCash, BitcoinZ and even Nervos CKB, whose network hashrate recently flew up. We tell you how to properly configure the miner and start working with it. Gminer is a miner with support for many mining algorithms. The program is suitable for video cards from Nvidia and AMD, however, preference is still given first. DevFee is 0.65% for Ethash, 5% for BBC, 5% for Cortex, 3% for Cuckaroom29, 3% for BFC, 2% for all other algorithms
v2.30 + major performance improvements for BeamHashIII (up to +2-3% dependent on GPU) + added AMD solvers for Ethash and Etchash + significantly reduced stale shares percentage on Ethash algorithm, it will improve hashrate on pool side + support Etchash algorithm (Ethereum classic algorithm after hardfork), use –algo etchash, miner auto switch to HF algorithm on epoch 390. Also you can use –algo etchash_test for testing Etchash on test network (HF epoch is 82) + reduced memory usage for Cortex 8GB solver (about 50MB)
Watchdog (automatic restart of the miner on GPU failure, loss of connection to the pool, miner crashes)
Failover pools (automatic connection to a failover pool when the primary pool is not available, support for unlimited number of failover pools)
Energy Efficiency Calculator (Shows the power consumption for each GPU, Sol / W)
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