How to mine Gemlink (GLINK)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Gemlink (GLINK) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --pers sngemPoW or --par=144,5. However, this depends on the pool, and miniZ version.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy GLINK mining!

How to mine Firo (FIRO)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Firo (FIRO) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=progpow --pers=firo. However, this may depend on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy FIRO mining!

How to use --tune for RTX 30XX (ethash)?

With version v1.8y4rc2 we modified --tune option.  Now you will be able to adjust two parameters for your GPU (not compatible with the previous v1.8y4rc1 version, see below).

The default values are not yet optimal for everyone. We suggest you to play around with i and d starting with small variations around the defaults.

--tune=iN1dN2 where i stands for intensity and d stands for drag. N1and N2 are numerical values.

  • Intensity is similar to the value that you were using to tune with v1.8y4rc1. However, values are no longer compatible. N1 is an integer and can take values in the interval 0-64.
    i default values are: 15 (3060), 15 (3070 Ti), and 10 (3080 Ti), on Linux. And 19 (3060), 15 (3070 Ti), 10 (3080 Ti), on Windows.
    Default value with driver 460.39/461.40 for RTX 3060 is 43.
  • Drag will balance intensity. N2 is a decimal number and values can vary in the interval 0-100.
    d default values are: 55 (3060), 60 (3070 Ti), 59 (3080 Ti), on Linux. And 54 (3060), 57 (3070 Ti), 55.5 (3080 Ti), on Windows.
    Default value with driver 460.39/461.40 for RTX 3060 is 64.

Note: If you increase PL, usually you’ll need to decrease i value.

Usage is as follows:

  • To apply tune to all GPUs in your rig, with i=17 and d=57:
    miniZ.exe [email protected]:3096 --tune i17d57

    or

    miniZ.exe [email protected]:3096 --tune=i17d57
  • To apply tune with i=17 and d=57 to GPU 3:
    miniZ.exe [email protected]:3096 --tune3 i17d57
    
  • You can also tune only one of the parameters, i or d, and apply the values to all or just one GPU. Similarly to the previous examples:
    miniZ.exe [email protected]:3096 --tune i17

    or

    miniZ.exe [email protected]:3096 --tune3 d57

* Tune with v1.8y4rc1 version *

The following is only valid for the v1.8y4rc1 version. Read above for usage for other versions (from v1.8y4rc2 on).

With v1.8y4rc1 version --tune was working with one parameter. Only the RTX 3060 supported this option.

Default value with recent drivers such as 470.63/472.12 is 6. Default value with driver 460.39/461.40 for RTX 3060 is 38.

We were advising you to lower this value when the miner is not able to get rid of the anti-mining lock.

Usage is as follows:

  • To apply tune with value 5 to all GPUs in your rig:
    miniZ.exe [email protected]:3096 --tune 5

    or

    miniZ.exe [email protected]:3096 --tune=5
  • To apply tune with value 5 to GPU 3:
    Note that in this case you cannot write with ‘=’ sign

    miniZ.exe [email protected]:3096 --tune3 5

 

mt options to adjust memory timings (Linux only)

From miniZ version v1.8y3, there are a few available options that will have impact on performance on some GPUs.

*** The --mt options will only apply settings to Pascal devices. ***

These improvements are usually applied to ethash/progpow algos, however equihash algos may also profit from them.

This option is known to work well with GTX 1080, GTX 1080Ti, and other devices with Hynix memory. Other GPUs may profit from this adjustments but to a much smaller extent.

The --mt options will require super user permissions.

  • --mt-auto: use automatic memory timings (sudo required)

If you are unsure about the timing values, use the --mt-dump option first to get a hint. Lower values usually will give a better performance.

  • --mt-dump: dump memory timings in use (sudo required).

To apply list of memory timings per GPU use --mt. Remember when using the --mt option to always specify the timing pair, with the values separated by ‘.’ such as ‘16.5’ .

  • --mt=[timings] [16-32].[3-9]: Ex. --mt=16.5. Always specify the timing pair. (sudo required)
    If you have multiple devices you can specify multiple values like this --mt 16.5,0,21.4. The 0 means no timings should be applied.

Warning: some values will be invalid for your GPU and may cause the driver/GPU to crash. In this case you will need to restart your rig/system/computer. Use with caution.

 

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How to mine Ethereum Classic (ETC)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Ethereum Classic (ETC) with miniZ

NOTE: It is possible that a few pools are not yet supported.
             We’ll work to increase the number of supported pools in the next release.

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=etchash and/or --pers=etchash. However, this depends on the pool. We’ll keep improving the miner in order to support more pools.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy ETC mining!

How to mine Ethereum (ETH)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Ethereum (ETH) with miniZ

NOTE: It is possible that a few pools are not yet supported.
             We’ll work to increase the number of supported pools in the next release.

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=ethash. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy ETH mining!

How to mine Ravencoin (RVN)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Ravencoin (RVN) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=kawpow or --pers=rAVENCOINKAWPOW. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy RVN mining!

How to mine VeriBlock (VBK)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining VeriBlock (VBK) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=vProgPow or --pers=VeriBlock. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy VBK mining!

How to mine Veil (VEIL)?

Below, we have an example to get you mining Veil (VEIL) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=ProgPow or --pers=veil. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy VEIL mining!

How to mine Zano (ZANO)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Zano (ZANO) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=ProgPowZ or --pers=zano. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy ZANO mining!