New z-enemy 1.12 Nvidia Miner With New Algorithms and Improved Performance

5 Jul
2018

There is a new version of the popular closed source miner z-enemy-1.12 for Nvidia GPU mining rigs that is widely used for X16R coins such as RavenCoin (RVN), though the miner also supports quite a lot of other algorithms in the more recent versions. The latest release 1.12 add support for two new crypto algorithms – Sonoa and PHI2, and also brings slight performance increase in a number of already supported algorithms: X17, X16r, X16s, C11, Bitcore, Aeriumx and others. So if you are using the z-enemy miner you might want to update to the latest version of the software.

We remind you that z-enemy is a closed source miner available only as a binary release and it contains a 1% developer fee built-in to support further software development. There are binary releases available for both Windows and Linux, the official download links are posted below. The Windows binary release is available as CUDA 9.1 and CUDA 9.2 compiled executable, so make sure that you have an up to date driver in order to avoid having issues. Linux binaries are compiled for CUDA 9.1 for the moment and should work fine out of the box on Ubuntu and HiveOS.

To download and try the latest z-enemy-1.12 miner binary release for Windows (CUDA 9.1)…
To download and try the latest z-enemy-1.12 miner binary release for Windows (CUDA 9.2)…
To download and try the latest z-enemy-1.12 miner binary release for Linux (CUDA 9.1)…



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5 Responses to New z-enemy 1.12 Nvidia Miner With New Algorithms and Improved Performance

Federico

July 5th, 2018 at 16:45

Great, can’t wait to update to the latest version. Thank you for the heads up. :-)

yourGrandma

July 5th, 2018 at 19:14

yeah!! the admin is alife! :)

mined

July 7th, 2018 at 13:53

Has anyone compared Cuda 9.1 build to Cuda 9.2 for x16r mining? Any hashrate difference?

Federico

July 10th, 2018 at 09:37

@mined, I’ve been using the 1.12 cuda 9.2 with a 1080 for 24 hours now and haven’t noticed any improvement in hash rate over the 1.11 version. I’m running it on suprnova with – i 20. Now I’ll try the 1.12 cuda 9.1 for 24 hours and let you know if I notice some difference.
Other than the last 24 hours earnings the pool gives me, is there a way to measure the hashrate with this inconsistent algorithm?

Federico

July 12th, 2018 at 13:38

IMHO, after a few days testing, there is no difference between the 1.11 and the 1.12 cuda 9.1 or 9.2. I’m mining with a 1080 on suprnova with – i 20. I get more or less 105 RVN per day.

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