What is system specs button?

System specs button is a button that show you more system-related data. It is available on the worker's profile in the same tile as local and remote IPs, uptime, and last sync.

System specs

System specs button is available for all three systems: msOS, Windows, and ASIC. For each of these systems different data is displayed.

msOS

System specs section in msOS is divided into 5 major sections with additional small links to msOS download page and config.js download.

System specs - msOS

Console snapshot

In console snapshot you are able to see the last snapshot from your console. By clicking on the [Reload snapshot] the screen in black window will refresh (if there is something new - don't click it furiously as you won't get real time data). By clicking on the [Local console] and [Remote console] you can access your console from local network or from remote network.

System specs - msOS - Console

Drive

Under drive, you are able to see your drive's name, connection (USB 2.0, USB 3.0, SATA, etc.), and the amount of free space on the drive.

System specs - msOS - Drive

Motherboard

Under motherboard, you will be able to see your motherboard's name, BIOS version, MAC address, and amount of free memory.

System specs - msOS - Motherboard

CPU

Under CPU, you will be able to see CPU name, CPU temperature and CPU load.

System specs - msOS - CPU

MISC

Under MISC, you will be able to see other data, such as base of the mining OS, boot loader (UEFI or Legacy), package version (msOS version), kernel, and drivers.

System specs - msOS - MISC

Windows

System specs section in minerstat for Windows is divided into 4 major sections with additional small link to software download page.

System specs - Windows

Console snapshot

In console snapshot you are able to see the last snapshot from your console. By clicking on the [Reload snapshot] the screen in black window will refresh (if there is something new - don't click it furiously as you won't get real time data).

System specs - Windows - Console

Disk

Under disk, you are able to see your free space on the disk.

System specs - Windows - Disk

CPU

Under CPU, you will be able to see CPU name and CPU temperature.

System specs - Windows - CPU

Motherboard

Under motherboard, you will be able to see your motherboard's name and BIOS version.

System specs - Windows - Motherboard

ASIC

System specs section in ASIC Hub shows one section with different data about your ASIC machine, such as firmware, MAC address, and kernel.

System specs - ASIC

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