GMiner 3.01 - NVIDIA+AMD GPU Miner

The miner supports most popular algorithms such as: Ethash (Ethereum), ProgPoW, KAWPOW, Equihash, CuckooCycle.

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Overclocking

Core clocks, memory clocks, core voltage, memory voltage, fan speed, power limit overclocking for Windows

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Watchdog

Watchdog - process-observer of state of main systems of the miner, which will restart the miner in case of crash or freeze

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GMiner - High-Performance Computing.
Temperatures control

Temperature control and stop the GPU in case of overheating. This miner is display of detailed information on each device

GMiner maintains a leading position in the mining of such coins as Ethereum, Beam, Grin, Cortex, Bitcoin Gold. In past year, the miner added support for Ethash, ProgPoW and KAWPOW algorithms with high performance relative to competitors. The development team never stops at what has been achieved and achieves the maximum performance of the algorithms with the minimum power consumption, it is these qualities that distinguish GMiner from the competitors and win the hearts of users.

Here are some interesting facts in numbers:
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765,000+

daily active workers

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617,000+

daily active GMiner users

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586,000+

cryptocurrencies paid out

Fees differ depending on an algorithm. For Ethash, used by Ethereum and Ethereum Classic, the fee is 1%. It is 1% for Kawpow, used by Ravencoin, 5% for Cortex, etc.

Supported algorithms DevFee
eth, ethash 1%
etc, etchash 1%
kawpow, rvn, ravencoin 1%
cortex 5%
beamhash 2%
equihash144_5 2%
equihash125_4 2%
equihash192_7 2%
equihash210_9 2%
cuckoo29, aeternity 2%

How To Use GMiner


This video shows how to use GMiner.

  1. 1
    Download the miner
    • Download GMiner by clicking the Download button.
    • To run mining on multiple computers, download and install the GMiner application on all computers that will be used for mining.
    • Unzip downloaded package and open the .bat file in the text editor
    • In the folder that contains the miner, you should create or edit a file with .bat extension. You can do this in any text editor (for example, Notepad or Notepad++). When you save the file, it’s important to choose ‘All Files’ as a file type, not ‘txt’. Otherwise, you’ll have .bat.txt at the end of the file name, and miner won’t be able to open this file. Your bat file (let’s say it’s called Ehereum-binance_pool.bat) should contain the following text (Step 2):

    Attention! For security reasons, Windows may stop you from opening the bat file. In this case, you should permit it to open in the pop-up window.

  2. 2
    Enter the following command:
    setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0
    setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100
    setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
    setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
    setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
    miner.exe --algo ethash --server ethash.poolbinance.com:8888 --user username1
    
  3. 3
    Configure the miner with your settings
    WALLET_ADDRESS - enter YOUR Ethereum wallet address or pool USERNAME (this is how GMiner knows where to deposit your ETH).
    The easiest way to get a wallet is to register on a cryptocurrency exchange like Binance or Huobi. RIG_NAME – you can choose any name (like test), but don’t exaggerate: it should be 32 symbols max, contain only letters and numbers (no special characters like $%»*;@). Do not forget to specify your wallet address in all files!
  4. 4
    Start mining
    Double click your Bat file to start the miner. The miner will start, run the setx commands to set those environment variables, initialize each of your GPU’s, build the DAG file on each of your GPU’s and start hashing away. If you’ve followed the steps above you should see this screen.

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Latest version is 3.01
File: *gminer.exe,
SHA256: 277deed74d90dbedc9edee3e9257d516716de474bd9bfe8b886409434266eac0


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We expected this when we saw that there was an update in HiveOS and LHR appeared in both miners, although it was not a great performance, in Gminer it was possible to lower the consumption, although in a not so correct way, we noticed that when you lowered the power limit the maximum range decreased, maybe there he gets an average and it is those 126w that he mentions, hopefully later they will correct this little by little, since I prefer to leave my 2060 with better efficiency than my 3060ti LHR.

GMiner & lolMiner LHR ETH Unlock? (Low Power?) Tested with RTX 3060

Gminer is stable 50 to 53 mh/s on 3070ti zotac holo amp. But the gpu mem temp is 110 and throttling... So i limited Everything for 48mh/s so that the memtemp is 96 to 100.

TIP! Add your PSU efficiency in HiveOS to get a closer reading on software.

These types of cards when you open them up they are going to want more core voltage. I believe it's a combination of both that's causing that bobbing. If the frequency is bouncing it's pulling power to compensate and it's porpoising up and down. That's really bad. I'd be in fear of bricking the damn card. I'd start core voltage at +5 and increase little by little to a max of +15. I'd use others setting for previous non-LHR cards as a benchmark also. What you normally do for settings are irrelevant. These cards are power-hogs and not worth running RVN or ETH on. ~170w Is the best I can tweak them to. I have a pair of rx6700rt AMDs running 80mH with boosts on 2miners upto 120mH+! At a total ~220 w at combined both at ~ 63C. Moreover, I'm not a fan of either miner software. I have found Trex rules on these LHR cards. Word is Nicehash has opened these LHR cards up. These cards are great for SHIB and FLUX. I'll be working on tests with NANO, SOL & GAS this weekend as a couple pay points hit I'll switch over and test them. Great review. I personally don't really want to fiddle with them for ETH. I can't seem to figure out why I keep seeing ETH estimates so high.

LHR Unlock Updates w/ GMiner 2.67 & lolMiner 1.32a (RTX 3080 Ti Tested)

Both miners spike above 300 for watts, but from the video, Gminer looks to run at a lower base wattage (230) with spikes to 330w, where as lolminer ran at a base wattage of 260 and spikes to 316w.

TIP! 1-2mh less and +/- 20w per hour per gpu is around 2,5$ of power less per gpu per month, good thing for cost because those few mh are few cents per month compared with cost you save :)

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