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Information
Coins
ETH, ETC, RVN, CLO,
EXP, BTG
Type
AMD, NVIDIA
System
Windows, Linux
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GMiner
GMiner was created by a Russian group of specialists in the field of high performance computing and cryptography.

The first version of GMiner was released on September 21, 2018 and was received quite warmly among users.

Thanks to its unique developments and stability, in just six months, the miner became a favorite on the Equihash algorithms.

The miner is focused on NVIDIA and AMD platforms and supports most popular algorithms such as: Ethash, ProgPoW, KAWPOW, Equihash, CuckooCycle.
GMiner maintains a leading position in the mining of such coins as Beam, Grin, Cortex, Bitcoin Gold.
Setup
To start Ethash, enter at the command line:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1
-algo - mining algorithm, in this case ethash
--server - pool address and port, in this case the pool is eth.2miners.com, port is 2020
--user - Ethash wallet and worker name, in this case wallet is 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5, worker is worker1

For Ethash and Etсhash algorithms, there are 2 options for stratum protocol (proxy and stratum), to explicitly specify the protocol use the "--proto" parameter, for example, to use Nicehash pool, enter in the command line:
miner --algo miner --algo ethash --server daggerhashimoto.usa.nicehash.com:3353 --user 3LsTTSsSy17xuoShcMHuRgGBxKn1AHgeVN --proto stratum

If you have a mixed rig, you can run the miner only on CUDA devices:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --opencl 0
or only on OpenCL devices:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --cuda 0
or on devices of your choice, such as GPU0 GPU2 and GPU4:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --devices 0 2 4

the list of available GPUs can be seen by calling the following command:
miner --list_devices
To set temperature limits on GPU0 GPU2 and GPU4, upon reaching which mining on this device will pause until it cools down:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --devices 0 2 4 --templimit 80 70 65
where 80 is the temperature limit for GPU0, 70 is the temperature limit for GPU2, 65 is the temperature limit for GPU4

To save the miner's logs to a file for later analysis:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --logfile c: \ log.txt
where "c:\log.txt" is the path to the file with the miner's logs
Parameters
--kernel - allows you to choose one of several kernels, the fastest kernel is automatically selected by default.
Cores differ in performance and energy efficiency depending on the GPU model and overclocking parameters.
To set the kernel manually, pass the kernel index to the parameter.
Try to choose the best kernel for you manually by going through all the options

--mt - allows you to choose one of several tweaks for GPUs with GDDR5X and GDDR5 memory.
A higher value gives more performance and less stability, risk of finding invalid shares increases.
Try to check all values to determine which one suits you best.
Administrator rights required.

--safe_dag - allows you to choose a way to DAG generation.
In fast mode (value 1, auto for GTX GPUs) miner generates DAG as quickly as possible, DAG errors are possible at maximum overclocking.

In safe mode (value 2, auto for RTX GPUs) miner generates DAG with error control, useful for RTX cards at maximum overclocking.
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
Configuration file
To start Ethash, enter at the command line:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1
--algo - mining algorithm, in this case ethash
--server - pool address and port, in this case the pool is eth.2miners.com, port is 2020
--user - Ethash wallet and worker name, in this case wallet is 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5, worker is worker1

For Ethash and Etсhash algorithms, there are 2 options for stratum protocol (proxy and stratum), to explicitly specify the protocol use the "--proto" parameter, for example, to use Nicehash pool, enter in the command line:
miner --algo ethash --server daggerhashimoto.usa.nicehash.com:3353 --user 3LsTTSsSy17xuoShcMHuRgGBxKn1AHgeVN --proto stratum
‍If you have a mixed rig, you can run the miner only on CUDA devices:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --opencl 0
‍or only on OpenCL devices:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --cuda 0
‍or only on OpenCL devices:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --cuda 0
‍or on devices of your choice, such as GPU0 GPU2 and GPU4:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --devices 0 2 4
‍the list of available GPUs can be seen by calling the following command:
miner --list_devicesTo set temperature limits on GPU0 GPU2 and GPU4, upon reaching which mining on this device will pause until it cools down:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --devices 0 2 4 --templimit 80 70 65
‍where 80 is the temperature limit for GPU0, 70 is the temperature limit for GPU2, 65 is the temperature limit for GPU4

To save the miner's logs to a file for later analysis:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --logfile c: \ log.txt
where "c:\log.txt" is the path to the file with the miner's logs
More
More information can be found on:
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