Updated Miner Control 1.6.4 Pack for Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti

12 Apr
2015

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We have made a minor update to our Miner Control tool package for Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPUs to reflect some of the recent changes in the pools that the tool uses. This version does not include X14 support for YAAMP as apparently it has been removed, it also includes support for the Qubit algorithm that has been included at NitceHash and WestHash and it seems to be the most profitable algorithm to mine at the moment at the two services according to their statistics. The Qubit and Quark algorithms often seem to be the most profitable ones to be mined on Nvidia GPUs, though there are temporary surges in other algorithms that make them more profitable for a while such as launches of new altcoins.

To be ready to use the GeForce GTX 750 Ti package you just need to update the account settings for each pool to reflect your BTC payment address. 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. The package is ready to be used with GTX 750 Ti card, but you can also us it for other Nvidia GPUs or more cards (the ccMiner fork included is for Computer 5.0 and 5.2 cards only) – what you may need to reflect however in the config file is the total hashrate and power usage.

To download the Miner Control 1.6.4 Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti ready to use pack for Windows…



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1 Response to Updated Miner Control 1.6.4 Pack for Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti

Nick

April 18th, 2015 at 06:57

Did the number of pools really need to be cut so short?
It’s just so hard to believe only YAAMP and Nice/Westhash are worthwhile at all.

This has 3 pools; 2 of which should be fundamentally the same. I know it’s not everyone’s favorite, but was Hamsterpool really bad enough that it needed to be removed? I’ve always had good luck, winning keys for rounds due to having enough x11 hashpower to be in their top 10. I’m having a little trouble adding it back it. I’m sure I need to just come back and look at it later, but I still have to wonder, why?

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