Updated ccMiner 1.7-dev fork by tpruvot from Git for Windows

3 Nov


Time for a new update in the form of a Windows binary from the latest ccminer 1.7-dev (source), so that you can try it out if you are interested. Tpruvot has been rewriting a lot of things in his fork for the upcoming official 1.7 release, so there are quite a lot of changes as well as new features implemented. The latest updates can be useful to people that have older Compute GPUs, especially with Compute 2.0 (SM 2.1) where all X-based algorithms along with some others should now work properly, along with some fixes for newer Compute cards and others. You should use this release just for trying it out and if you want more stability and reliability you should probably stick to the previous 1.6.6 release. This Windows binary is compiled with VS2013 and CUDA 6.5 and supports Compute 2.1, 3.0, 5.0 and 5.2 GPUs, but do have in mind that not all of the supported algorithms may work on older Compute 2.1/3.0 GPUs, still if you have an older Nvidia-based video card this is the ccminer fork you will need.

To download the latest ccMiner version 1.7-dev by tpruvot with various improvements for Windows OS…

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1 Response to Updated ccMiner 1.7-dev fork by tpruvot from Git for Windows


November 5th, 2015 at 18:34

My apologies on this dumb question, but I’m not sure what switch or if I am doing something with the generated WeMineLTC coin script. I don’t see any hashrates at all with ccminer, just ongoing green comments with date/timestamp us2.litepoolcoin.org:3333 auto block and the next sequence. How can I achieve the common interaces you are receiving with hashrates per GPU and/or per worker? Thank you!

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