Miner Control 1.5.5 Pack for AMD Radeon R9 280x

5 Dec
2014

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Just like we have recently prepared a Miner Control 1.5.5 Pack for Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti that can be used for other Nvidia-based GPUs as well it is also time to update the NiceHash Control Tool version for Radeon R9 280x to the new Miner Control. Do note that you can use this package with other AMD-based Radeon cards, however to ensure proper calculation of the actual profit and to use the most profitable algorithms for your miner you will have to edit the configuration settings for the supported algorithms.

So here it is, a Miner Control package with the latest sgminer 5.0.1 development version along with the OpenCL libraries from the AMD drivers 14.6 to ensure proper support for NeoScrypt if you are using newer drivers. The package is configured for a single Radeon R9 280X GPU with the settings for each algorithm based on a reference non-overclocked card and is configured to work NiceHash, WestHash, TradeMyBit, Yaamp and Wafflepool, supporting only the more profitable X11, X13, X15, NIST5 and NeoScrypt algorithms.

To be ready to use the Radeon R9 280X package you just need to update the account settings for each pool to reflect your BTC payment address and only for TradeMyBit you would need to set your account worker id and your API key for the current prices (inside the configuration file). Do note that the default configuration that we have set is mining from time to time for the author of the software (Miner Control) as a donation alternative, but you can change that setting should you wish to.

To download the Miner Control 1.5.5 AMD Radeon R9 280x ready to use pack for Windows…



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6 Responses to Miner Control 1.5.5 Pack for AMD Radeon R9 280x

Adam

December 5th, 2014 at 18:16

For some reason it shows every pool as dead, even before I edit the .conf that comes with it.

admin

December 5th, 2014 at 20:34

We forgot a gpu-platform setting in the config, it is fixed now, but this should give a different error than a pool being dead.

Adam

December 5th, 2014 at 23:44

Working now, thanks!

Titanman

December 8th, 2014 at 09:38

Thank you so much :)

hero

December 8th, 2014 at 11:59

How to make it autorun after windows startup

admin

December 8th, 2014 at 14:29

To make it start with windows just add the BAT file in the Windows Startup folder.

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