Supported GPUs

Tested on:

  • GTX 1080 8GB
  • GTX 1070 Ti 8GB
  • GTX 1060 3GB
  • GTX 1050 Ti 4GB
  • GTX 1050 2GB
  • GTX 650 2GB
  • GT 710 2GB

Although miniZ was not tested on all available GPUs, it is expected to run on all Kepler, Maxwell and Pascal architectures.

If you are having trouble with any of these GPUs, do leave your comment below for support.

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Comments

  1. solotrade says:

    https://imgur.com/a/vHIWCSg
    hi as per picture show, this version even more faster crash compare with previous version.
    im using 4 gtx 1070 and 1 1070ti

    • miniZ says:

      Hi solotrade,
      we have been unable to reproduce this error, so it is hard for us to fix it. We are looking into it and we’ll provide a version for you to test soon.
      Can you tell us the minig pool you’re using?
      Thanks for the quick feedback!
      Cheers

      • solotrade says:

        seems like not pool related. im mining using 144_5 older version would crash a day plus, this new version take only 2 hours to crash

        i have gtx 1060 rig that is very stable to using ur miner

        • miniZ says:

          Hi solotrade,
          Only few people have experienced this crash error that we have not been able to reproduce.
          We updated miniZ to v1.0i+, with some modifications. Hopefully this one will fix this.
          If you can, drop us a message telling how it goes.
          Thank you!
          Cheers

  2. kaban says:

    gives an error of 1060 6 GB and 6 * 1050 ti

    • miniZ says:

      Hi kaban, could you give more details? What is the error? Which miniZ version are you using? Are you using Windows or Linux? Thank you. Cheers

      • kaban says:

        windows 7 64bit, miniZ v.1.0i, https://ibb.co/3cnvsPQ

        • miniZ says:

          Hi kaban, thanks for the screenshot.
          You need to increase pagefile. From what we could see you seem to have 2 1050Ti and 2 1060 6GB, is this correct?
          On Windows to use all memory of your GPUs you must increase the page file to have ~20GB. For miniZ it may work with 12 GB, but if you have enough space go with at least 20 GB.

          A suggestion for you to have a cleaner console: use the --nocolor option. You can try and use another console. A few months ago, we tried ConEmu terminal emulator and it worked fine. There are others available, which should also work OK.
          We mentioned this @ https://miniz.ch/usage/

          Cheers

  3. David says:

    I tried to change EWBF to minerZ on my rig
    But I see message: Number of CUDA devices found: 0
    No devices selected, exiting…

    My rig info:
    Win10_64bit
    2- GTX1080ti
    3- GTX1060

  4. solotrade says:

    hi, i am now back to report that miner is stable with 1070 and 1070ti
    7 days 19min at the moment i report!
    thanks
    using 1.0i +

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