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AMD miners already have an sgminer fork with X14 support and now Nvidia miners also have support for the X14 algorithm thanks to the djm34 fork of ccMiner (source). There are still not many X14 coins as it was just launched not long after X15 appeared, but we are probably soon going to see more than just X14Coin. Aside from the X14 support the fork also adds support for the Qubit algorithm, so if toy are interested in it you can also try it out. We have tested the new X14 support on a GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU and we got a hashrate of about 2000 KHS on it.
We have compiled a windows binary of the new miner and you can download it from the link below. Do note that the windows binary is compiled for Compute 3.0 and 3.5+ (32-bit version only) in a single binary, so it will not work on older cards. If you are unsure what version of Compute does your video card support check the included GPU Compute Capabilities List file. It is also compiled with Visual Studio 2012, so if you do not already have Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012 you will have to download and install it, otherwise you may be getting error for a missing DLL library.
The X15 algorithm is just starting up and a GPU miner for it was just made available for both AMD and Nvidia GPUs and now comes another new algorithm – X14, and a new X14 OpenCL miner is now available (source). There is currently just a single coin that uses the new X14 algorithm and the coin is called X14Coin as you might’ve guessed already, but most likely soon there will be more new coin launches using this algorithm. We have compiled a windows binary of the new miner and you can download and try it if you are interested in checking out the X14 algorithm. Our tests have shown that an AMD Radeon R9 280X GPU can produce about 2750 KHS in terms of hashrate when mining X14Coin using this miner (make sure you are using the latest video drivers).