Posts Tagged ‘ccminer

A new update from sp on his open source and free fork of supminer (ccminer) now called X16r/X16s/C11/X17 Spmod-git #11 (source) with added support for the X17 algorithm. According to the developer the X17 hashrate is +10-15% faster than the ccminer alexis 1.0 opensource fork, so you might want to gie it a go for X17 altcoin mining. X16r and X16s performance has also been improved in the new version with 3-5% over what the previous release offered thanks to additional optimizations added to Fugue and Whirlpool that are a part of the X16r/s algorithms. We remind you that this miner is open source and comes with no developer fee built-in, meaning that all the performance you get is available to you and then there is also the source code available as well to learn from, modify and use to compile yourself.

To download and try the latest even faster Raven x16r/x16s Spmod-git #11 miner…

One more update from sp on his open source and free fork of supminer (ccminer) now called X16r/X16s/C11 Spmod-git #9 (source) as it is no longer only for X16 algorithms. As the change in the name implies the the latest update adds faster C11 algorithm support and the optimizations to it should make it up to 33% faster than before, making the performance on par with the other fastest C11 miners such as T-Rex 0.6.1 and z-enemy 1.17. There are not only C11 performance improvements however in the latest update, it also comes with performance optimizations for X16 and X16S (faster bmw, shavite-cubehash), so better hashrate for these as well. The biggest advantage of this miner is that it is open source and comes with no developer fee built-in, meaning that all the performance you get is available to you and then there is also the source code available as well to learn from, modify and use to compile yourself.

To download and try the latest even faster Raven x16r/x16s Spmod-git #9 miner…

It has been a while since we have seen an update of tpruvot’s ccminer fork (source), but there it is now a new version 2.2.6 that comes with support for the new PHI2 algorithum for Luxcoin (LUX) that has just forked from the old PHI1612 as well as support for the new Allium algorithm for Garlic. There is an official binary release compiled for Windows available for download, do note it is a 64-bit only and it has been compiled with CUDA 9.0, so make sure that you have up to date video drivers for your Nvidia GPUs installed.

On a side note, Mining Rig Rentals has also just added support for people willing to buy or sell their PHI2 mining hahsrate. So if you need more PHI2 mining power or want to sell your hashrate instead, then you might want to check it out as well. There are still just a few rigs available, but with demand there should be more appearing and if there is demand you can also make some extra profit leasing your rig(s) as well.

To download and try the latest ccminer v2.2.6 Windows 64-bit binary…


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