miniZ v1.8z2 is out!
A new miniZ version v1.8z2 is out with improved and increased support for AMD mining – 125,4; 144,5; and ethash/etchash!
For detailed changelog, read below.
Please find miniZ version v1.8z2 @ Download page.
- Added AMD support for ETH, for Ellesmere GPUs and gfx1031 (RX 6700 XT) GPUs.
- Added AMD support for 144,5, for Ellesmere GPUs and gfx1031 (RX 6700 XT) GPUs.
- Fixed support for AMD GPUs, on Windows.
- Fixed issues with AMD support for 125,4 (Flux), for Ellesmere GPUs and gfx1031 (RX 6700 XT) GPUs.
OCs for LHR GPUs mining ETH (sudo recommended, in Linux)
We also leave here information regarding the OCs we used for testing (driver 510.54). Note that you may need to adjust a bit for your system. We recommend using sudo in Linux when mining ETH with LHR GPUs.
- 3060: core: -100, mem:+2990 (Linux)*, PL=115 W; ~39 MH/s
- 3070 Ti: core: -200, mem: +4500 (Linux)*, PL=215 W; ~65 MH/s
- 3080 Ti: core: +0, mem: +2600 (Linux)*, PL=266 W. ~79 MH/s (~84 MH/s with proper cooling)
* On Windows, memory clock with MSI Afterburner should be half of the indicated value. For example, for the 3080 Ti you need to set +1300 for memory clock in MSI Afterburner. Note that you may need to adjust a bit for your system.
*** Thank you all for the feedback! ***
Remember to try
--oc1/--oc2/--ocX options for optimum performance.
*** Download miniZ version v1.8z2 here. ***
Engage, feedback and support
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We wish you a fast and friendly mining experience!