ccMiner 2.2.2 by Tpruvot for Nvidia GPUs With PHI and HSR Support

12 Oct

There is a new update of the ccMiner fork from tpruvot v2.2.2 (source) available for Nvidia GPU miners that adds supports for new algorithms and comes with some other fixes and improvements. The two new algorithms introduced are HSR used by Hshare/Hcash (x13 + custom hash) as well as the Phi used by LuxCoin, there are improvements for the SIB algorithm for Maxwell and Pascal cards. The new version comes with a small fix to handle more than 9 cards on Linux (-d 10+), an attempt to free Equihash memory “properly” and –submit-stale parameter for the supernova pool (which changes difficulty too fast).

The official Windows binary releases on tpruvot’s GitHub are compiled with CUDA 9 and they do require a more recent Nvidia video driver version 384.xx or newer in order to have support for the latest CUDA version. We have compiled a 32-bit Windows Binary for CUDA 8.0 that you can download below, it does not seem much different performance wise, it can just be used on systems with older drivers without having to update the video drivers first with ones supporting CUDA.

To download the latest ccMiner 2.2.2 Windows 32-bit binary compiled with CUDA 8.0…

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5 Responses to ccMiner 2.2.2 by Tpruvot for Nvidia GPUs With PHI and HSR Support


October 12th, 2017 at 13:58

How much hcash can you mine with 1060 and 1070 in a day? And which pools are good to mine with?


October 12th, 2017 at 14:22

Any change to lyr2z algo?



October 12th, 2017 at 14:59

I just tried – speed is the same, in case anybody’s wondering.

Nena Troli

October 12th, 2017 at 15:42

Best blog ever, thank you for the CUDA 8 version1


December 30th, 2017 at 20:33

Hey, I’m wanting to get started in possibly mining hcash, and was wondering if it is the GPU and CPU mining only or if you can mine with Asic. If it is Asic compatible what type of Asic what I need?

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