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We have updated our windows builds of the cgminer 3.7.2 and cpuminer for Gridseed 5-chip GC3355 ASICs and you can download them below. Both versions include the latest official releases (cgminer source and cpuminer source) and in the source folder you can find our modified files for adding additional frequencies for overclocking if you want to compile from the source code yourself.

Both the cgminer 3.7.2 and cpuminer with Gridseed 5-chip GC3355 ASIC support the following frequencies that you can set to find what works best for overclocking the devices you have:

250, 400, 450, 500, 550, 600, 650, 700, 706, 713, 719, 725, 731, 738, 744, 750, 756, 763, 769, 775, 781, 788, 794, 800, 813, 825, 838, 850, 863, 875, 888, 900, 913, 925, 938, 950, 963, 975, 988, 1000, 1013, 1025, 1038, 1050, 1063, 1075, 1088, 1100, 1113, 1125, 1138, 1150, 1163, 1175, 1188, 1200, 1213, 1225, 1238, 1250, 1263, 1275, 1288, 1300, 1313, 1325, 1338, 1350, 1363, 1375, 1388, 1400.

You can download the latest cgminer 3.7.2 ALT for Gridseed ASICs on Windows OS here…
You can download the latest cpuminer for the 5-chip GC3355 ASICs for Windows OS here…


Another update to the cgminer 3.7.3 for Heavycoin (HVC) GPU mining on AMD GPUs. The latest OpenCL kernel update brings some extra Megahashes out of the hardware over the previously available release of the miner, even though mining on Nvidia seems to still be ahead in term of performance with the latest ccMiner 0.5. With the new updated version that you can download from the link below for windows (Linux source here). With the new update you can expect to get something like up to 50% more performance, or this is what we are seeing after running our tests on a Radeon R9 280x. We got up to 12.8 MHS on that particular card after getting up to about 8.8 MHS with the previous release. Not bad and if you are mining HVC, then you should most definitely update your miner in order to be able to enjoy the extra performance gain with the new version.

You can download the latest cgminer 3.7.3 with Heavycoin support for Windows here…


After some updates for Groestlcoin and Fuguecoin in the previous releases, the new ccMiner 0.5 comes with a significant performance improvement for Heavycoin (HVC) mining on Nvidia-based GPUs. The new version of the mining software brings up to twice the performance improvement on older cards and it can go even up to triple on GTX 750 Ti Maxwell cards, so it is good to update if you are still using the older version of the miner. The new release of ccMiner does add the option -d for selecting a particular device that you should know from using CudaMiner. You can download the official binary release for windows below and you can also compile from the source as well. The new version comes with precompiled binaries for Compute 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5 cards, so on older cards you will most likely have to run the 2.0 compiled binary and for the 700 series the Compute 3.5 should be the best option. Our tests have shown that we got more than twice the performance on a GTX 780 Ti graphics card where with the latest version we are getting around 23 MHS mining HVC as you can see on the screenshot above. With that level of performance the AMD GPU miner for Heavycoin is left way back with much slower performance you can get from a high-end GPU, even though that software miner also gets performance optimizations.

Download the latest CCminer with pptimized HVC performance compiled for Windows…