A brief tutorial on NBMiner's basic arguments
-mt 1 — is similar to the ETHlargementPill’s action but suitable for all Nvidia 1000 Series GPUs starting with GTX 1060. Intensity is set by 1...6. To apply this command, you may need to reduce overclocking of the graphics card.
-pl 70% — sets the power consumption limit of the graphics card in percent for Windows, or in watts in the format -pl 200.
-fan 70 — sets the fan speed in % in the range of 0 ... 100.
-cclock -200 — specifies the deviation by which the core frequency should be changed in MHz (with - sign in front of the number — decrease; without it — increase).
-mclock 1000 — specifies the deviation by which the memory frequency should be changed in MHz (with - before the number — decrease; without it — increase).
-lock-cv 850 - specifies the core voltage in mV.
If you have several commands, put them in a line separated by a space, e.g.:
-mt 1 -pl 70% -cclock -200 -mclock 1000
This means: applying mt, setting the GPU consumption limit to 70%, reducing core frequency by 200 MHz, increase memory frequency by 1000 MHz.
If you have multiple graphics cards, separate the commands for each one with a comma (no spaces) in the order in which they are arranged:
-mt 1,0 -pl 70%,75% -cclock -200,-250 -mclock 1000,1200