minerstat supports GPU mining on Windows or by using independent Linux based mining OS called msOS. GPU mining is adjustable and can be controlled remotely from your minerstat web dashboard. The main functions that you can apply to your GPUs are:
Manual actions that you can apply to your GPU mining rig:
Automatic actions that you can apply to your GPU mining rig:
Automatic actions that are applied to your GPU mining rig on software level:
When you successfully download and set up the software, your mining rig will start mining to demo Ethereum donation address. Your next step is to set up your custom configuration.
First, you need to decide which coin you will mine. When you do, open the address editor and save the pool on which you will mine and the wallet address to which you will mine.
Continue to the worker's config and scroll down to the client's configuration section to find default GPU client option. Make sure it is checked and select the default mining client for mining with your GPU. When you select a new client, a configuration box for that client will show and give you the option to set up the custom config for the GPU miner.
You will need to:
When you are sure everything looks correct, save changes. Mining client will automatically restart so you don't need to reboot your rig. You will see if the config is correct in few seconds - if after a minute your rig still didn't connect, there is a high chance that there is something wrong with your config. Double check if the pool and pool's port are correct and that you have entered correct value in the algorithm's parameter (each mining client has its own values).
When you have set up mining client's configuration, you can also add more details to your GPU mining rig:
All automatic actions can be set up by triggers or in the profit switch section.
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