Mining software

Read more about mining clients configurations and setup.

How to update minerstat software?

Most of the minerstat software will be updated automatically, however, since there are some exceptions, you can check this article to see if an update will be automatic or not. Note All settings that you apply through dashboard are saved in the clo... Read more →

How to uninstall minerstat software?

In case the upgrade failed for some reason or you have decided to replace the software, you can uninstall minerstat from your mining machine or a drive. msOS instructions minerstat for Windows instructions ASIC Hub instructions Read more →

How to uninstall msOS?

Mining OS is running from your USB or SSD/HDD, so to uninstall it, you will need to format the drive. You can follow this tutorial for formatting your drive to original state. Read more →

How to uninstall minerstat for Windows?

Minerstat for Windows application can be uninstalled the same way as any other Windows software in most cases, but to fully remove it there might be additional steps necessary. Before you continue with uninstallation, make sure to first stop all th... Read more →

How to uninstall ASIC Hub?

Uninstallation of ASIC Hub works the same way as installation. Open terminal on your Linux, Mac, or Raspberry Pi machine. Read more →

Can I replace mining client with newer or older version?

Yes, you can replace mining client with any other version. Make sure that if you are using minerstat for Windows, you are on the latest version. Read more →

How to disable GPUs?

You can't disable GPUs in your mining rig through the dashboard itself, but if the mining client you are using is supporting this feature, you can use advanced configuration and disable GPUs from there. Navigate to worker's config and to th... Read more →

How to set up backup pools

Some mining clients allow you to define backup pools so in case the main pool isn't working or is having issues, you will mine to a second pool. In this article, we will show you how to do that on most popular Etchash mining clients. Read more →

How to manage mining client watchdog?

In this article we'll explore what a watchdog is, how it functions, how it's different from hardware watchdogs, and how to set it up in various mining clients. What is a watchdog and how it functions? A watchdog is a utility that monitor... Read more →

How to set up SSL pool address?

If you want to use SSL pool address in your worker's configuration, you will need to follow the instructions of mining clients. Most of them require a special parameter or special way of defining the pool in case of SSL connection. Read more →

What to do if worker's name doesn't show up on a pool?

If you don't see your worker name on the pool and you have just started mining, then give the pool up to 30 minutes to detect a new worker and display it on its dashboard. Some pools will detect workers faster than others. Read more →

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AMD Memory Tweak

AMD Memory Tweak is a new open source tool (amdmemorytweak) introduced by Eliovp and A.Solodovnikov. Read more →

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Windows
RXBOOST

RXBOOST is a term that is used to name a tool or an approach that handles different memory parameters on AMD RX GPUs. It was first introduced by Claymore in his newest Windows version of Claymore Ethash miner and then implemented by various Linux base... Read more →

How to set up straps to control memory timings on Nvidia GPUs

Memory timings are the second part of the equation which affects the bandwidth and latency of the memory. Without getting too technical, let's imagine we have a location with warehouses, which is our memory chip. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up TeamRedMiner?

TeamRedMiner is an optimized miner for AMD GPUs created by developers todxx and kerney666. TeamRedMiner can be used on both Linux mining OS and Windows mining software. Read more →

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How to get 100+ Mh/s with Radeon VIIs?

With TeamRedMiner's new "C" kernels there is an option to get more than 100 MH/s with Radeon VII cards. Settings on msOS - The easier way On msOS, we have prepared a simple command viiboost which will prepare settings for you. Read more →

How to enable R mode on TeamRedMiner?

TeamRedMiner's R mode was introduced to improve the efficiency of Ethash mining on some AMD GPUs on Linux. The GPUs that are supported are Navi 5000 series, Big Navi 6000 series, Vega 56/64, and Radeon VII. Read more →

3060 Booster: Increase hashrate of 3060 on Linux with lolMiner

Developers of lolMiner developed an unlock for Nvidia 3060 hashrate on Linux. Ever since Nvidia announced limited hashrate for 3060 series, miners were looking for a way to return the GPU to their actual hashrate. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up Bminer?

Bminer is highly optimized miner for AMD and Nvidia GPUs. It is available for both Linux mining OS and Windows mining. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up lolMiner?

lolMiner is developed by Lolliedieb and it started as an Equihash-variant-focused mining client. By addind new algorithms, lolMiner now covers a lot of popular algorithms (including Ethash, Etchash, and BeamHash) for both Nvidia and AMD. Read more →

How to enable zombie mode mining on lolMiner?

Developer of lolMiner introduced a zombie mode, which will help 4GB GPUs mine Ethereum-based coins with DAG size slightly above 4GB with reduced hashrate. Zombie mode will work on Linux and Windows, but the performance has shown to be best at Linux... Read more →

NBMiner's Nvidia LHR Booster

Since the release of version 39.0 on 15th of August, NBMiner now includes an automatically-applied mode that tries to partially lift the limitations of mining using Ethash and Etchash algorithm on Low Hash Rate (LHR) GPUs. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up XMRig?

XMRig mining client is RandomX mining client for AMD and Nvidia GPUs on Linux mining OS and as CPU mining client for Linux and Windows systems. GPU mining client is available under name XMRig-RandomX and CPU mining client is available under name XMRig... Read more →

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Windows
How to set up EWBF miner?

EWBF became known first for his Equihash miner which got support for different Equihash variants with time. The official name of the miner is EWBF Cuda Equihash Miner. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up CryptoDredge?

CryptoDredge is highly optimized cryptocurrency miner for Nvidia GPUs. It is available for both Linux mining OS and Windows mining. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up Ethminer?

Ethminer has a quite a long history - it was first known as Genoil's CUDA miner. Ethminer has OpenCL, CUDA, and stratum support and it can be used for mining coins that are based on Ethash algorithm, such as Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Metaverse, ... Read more →

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Windows
How to set up ccminer?

Ccminer is probably one of the most forked miners out there - this means that there is a lot of alterations of this miner, each of them having support for its own algorithms, but being the same in the essence. More known alterations of ccminer: CCMINE... Read more →

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How to set up SGMiner?

We currently support 1 fork of SGMiner: SGMINER-AVERMORE. It supports 3 different algorithms and is available for AMD cards on Linux (msOS) and can be used with minerstat for mining X16R, X16S, and Xevan algorithms. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up XMR-Stak?

XMR-Stak is CryptoNight oriented miner for CPUs, AMD, and Nvidia GPUs. It can be used on both Windows and Linux mining operation systems and it supports various CryptoNight based algorithms for mining different coins. Read more →

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How to set up XMR-Stak-RandomX?

XMR-Stak-RandomX is Nvidia and AMD mining client for mining RandomX algorithm. With Monero recently forking to RandomX, this is the mining client you can use on your msOS rigs. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up SRBMiner?

SRBMiner is another CryptoNight oriented miner focused on AMD GPUs and Windows mining. It supports several forks of CryptoNight algorithm. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up SRBMiner Multi?

SRBMiner Multi is created by same developers as SRBMiner. This mining client is focusing on different algorithms and supports various different modern AMD GPUs. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up GMiner?

GMiner is high performance miner for AMD and Nvidia GPUs. Because not all algorithms are available with AMD, we have added two versions: GMINER for Nvidia and GMINER-AMD for AMD. Read more →

GMiner Nvidia LHR Booster

Since the release of version 2.67 on 12th of September, GMiner now includes a mode that tries to partially lift the limitations of mining using Ethash and Etchash algorithm on Low Hash Rate (LHR) GPUs. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up miniZ?

miniZ is fast Equihash-oriented miner for your Nvidia GPUs for mining on Linux mining OS or Windows. The dev fee for mining with miniZ is 2% and it supports various different variants of Equihash algorithm as well as Zhash and BeamHash. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up T-Rex?

T-Rex is a mining software that focuses on modern Nvidia GPUs (Maxwell and newer). It supports wide range of algorithms on both Linux and Windows systems and you can use it with msOS mining OS or Windows node mining software. Read more →

T-Rex Nvidia LHR Booster

Since the release of version 0.22. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up PhoenixMiner?

PhoenixMiner is one of the most popular Ethash mining clients. It works on Nvidia and AMD rigs and Windows and Linux mining systems. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up WildRig Multi?

WildRig Multi is a mining software that focuses on modern AMD GPUs and support various interesting algorithms. WildRig Multi is supported on both Linux and Windows systems and you can use it with msOS mining OS or Windows node mining software. Read more →

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Windows
How to set up z-enemy?

Zealot/Enemy or z-enemy is a mining client that focuses on modern Nvidia GPUs /CUDA 10, 9.2, and 9. Read more →

How to add a custom mining client?

We have recently introduced a new feature that allows you adding a custom mining client, which can also be a private mining client, to your msOS mining OS. You can have a whole list of your own custom mining clients and use them in worker's config... Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up violetminer?

In this article, we will show you how to import violetminer to the list of your custom mining clients. violetminer can be used for TRTL mining without dev fee. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up EPIC miner?

In this article, we will show you how to import EPIC miner to the list of your custom mining clients. EPIC miner is not on the list of officially supported mining clients, even though we have added support for it and this tutorial, so the reporting ca... Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up Ariominer?

In this article, we will show you how to import Ariominer to the list of your custom mining clients. Ariominer can be used for ARO mining and includes 1% dev fee. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up CruzbitMiner?

In this article, we will show you how to import CruzbitMiner to the list of your custom mining clients. CruzbitMiner can be used for CRUZ mining and includes 2% dev fee. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up Sushi Miner?

In this article, we will show you how to import Sushi Miner to the list of your custom mining clients. Sushi Miner can be used for NIM mining and doesn't include any dev fee. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up NoncerPro miner?

In this article, we will show you how to import NoncerPro miner to the list of your custom mining clients. NoncerPro miner can be used for NIM mining and includes 2% dev fee. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up Nonce-Miner?

In this article, we will show you how to import Nonce-Miner to the list of your custom mining clients. Nonce-Miner can be used for BIS mining. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up NoncerPro-Kadena?

In this article, we will show you how to import NoncerPro-Kadena miner to the list of your custom mining clients. You can use this mining client for KDA mining. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up KDA-miner?

In this article, we will show you how to import KDA-miner to the list of your custom mining clients. You can use this mining client for Kadena mining. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up ccminer-Hathor?

In this article, we will show you how to import ccminer-Hathor to the list of your custom mining clients. You can use this mining client for HTR mining. Read more →

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Custom miners: How to set up 6miner?

In this article, we will show you how to import 6miner to the list of your custom mining clients. You can use this mining client for Handshake mining. Read more →

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