A brief guide to SRBMiner's main arguments
SRBMiner has no arguments for overclocking graphics cards, so any overclocking must be done by third-party software (MSI Afterburner) or native graphics card driver software. Miner relies on its algorithms to optimize graphics cards’ gpu-tweaking
--background — run the miner in the background without displaying the miner's console.
--disable-cpu — disable mining on processors.
--disable-gpu — disable mining on graphics cards.
--disable-gpu-tweaking — disable automatic graphics card optimization (used in case of unstable mining).
--cpu-threads 3 — the argument helps to set the number of CPU threads for mining manually.
--cpu-threads-intensity 4 — the argument helps manually set the mining intensity per processor thread. The values are separated by ; and !.
--disable-cpu-optimisations — disable mining optimization on the processor (enabled by default). Use the SSE2 instruction set.
--disable-huge-pages — disable processing of large memory segments for the processor (enabled by default).
--disable-hw-aes — disable heavy AES instructions for the processor (enabled by default).
--disable-msr-tweaks — disable MSR instructions for the processor (enabled by default).
--force-msr-tweaks — enable MSR instructions for the processor forcibly.
--gpu-intensity — the argument helps to set the intensity of mining on the graphics card manually. Values from 0 to 31. The values are separated by ; and !.
If you have multiple arguments, set them on a line, separated by a space, for example:
--disable-gpu --cpu-threads 4
This means disconnecting the graphics card from mining — mine only on the CPU. Only use 4 CPU threads for mining.
If you have multiple graphics cards, separate the arguments for each one with a comma (without a space) in the order in which they are arranged: