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The latest T-Rex Nvidia GPU miner version 0.12.1 brings some performance improvement for the MTP algorithm used by ZCoin (XZC), the performance should be up by 1%-3% on some video cards according to the developer. The new version also adds the ability to view the T-Rex log file directly in the web browser and fixes the issues with the Benchmark mode not working properly in the miner.

Do note that the T-Rex is a closed source miner with 1% development fee built-in. Also make sure you have a recent video driver installed (the latest for CUDA 10 support) as the binaries for both Linux and Windows are compiled for CUDA 9.1/9.2/10.0.

For more information and to download and try the latest version of the T-Rex miner…

The latest T-Rex Nvidia GPU miner version 0.11.1 brings very significant increase in the hashrate you get for the X25x algorithm that was recently added as supported… up to 3x the speed. The X25x algorithm is used by the SINOVATE (SIN) project (the former SUQA) and the performance you get with the latest T-Rex is up from abut 2.3 MHS for a single GTX 1080 Ti to about 6.8 MHS per card, or with other words from about 14 MHS to about 41 MHS for a 6x GTX 1080 Ti mining rig. The latest version also brings some new features and fixes to make the miner more usable and problem free.

Do note that the T-Rex is a closed source miner with 1% development fee built-in. Also make sure you have a recent video driver installed (the latest for CUDA 10 support) as the binaries for both Linux and Windows are compiled for CUDA 9.1/9.2/10.0.

For more information and to download and try the latest version of the T-Rex miner…

It has been quite a while since we have seen an update of the z-enemy Nvidia GPU miner. Up until now updates were mostly focused on performance improvements and new algorithm being added, but the new major version 2.0 of the z-enemy introduces a new way to manage and monitor the miner. There is a new HTTP JSON API (see the included json_api_help.txt file for the details), available at port 4067 by default as well as a web control panel with real-time monitoring and charts. The user interface is responsive and should be looking well on most mobile phones and tablets and not only on computers, it is informative in terms of stats and graphs, looks nice and works pretty well, so you might want to check it out if you are mining altcoins using X16-based algorithms or anything else that z-enemy supports.


The latest z-enemy version 2.00 is available for CUDA 9.1, 9.2 and 10.0 for 64-bit Windows versions as well as CUDA 9.0, CUDA 9.1, CUDA 9.2 and CUDA 10 binaries for Linux (HiveOS, PiMP OS, EthOS & Ubuntu). Make sure that you have the respective recent video driver version installed for the CUDA version you want to use – 388+ for 9.1, 397+ for 9.2 and 411+ for CUDA 10.0, though 415+ is advised for the best performance. 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.

Windows Downloads:
Download z-enemy 2.00 Windows CUDA 9.1 64-bit
Download z-enemy 2.00 Windows CUDA 9.2 64-bit
Download z-enemy 2.00 Windows CUDA 10.0 64-bit

Linux Download (HiveOS, PiMP OS, EthOS & Ubuntu):
Download z-enemy 2.00 Linux CUDA 9.1
Download z-enemy 2.00 Linux CUDA 9.2
Download z-enemy 2.00 Linux CUDA 10.0


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