Mining OS

Linux based crypto mining operating system for AMD and NVIDIA GPU rigs.

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More info about this version:
- Linux: 18.04.4 LTS
- Kernel: 5.0.21-generic
- Driver: AMDGPU-PRO v20.30
- Driver: Nvidia v455.45.01
- Size: 6.9 GB
- Bootloader: Dual UEFI/LEGACY
- Supports: GTX, RTX, P10X, RX400/500, VII, Navi/5000 series
GTX, RTX, P10X, RX400/500, VII, NAVI/5000 (v1.4)

Includes the stable drivers, kernels. Recommended for all mining motherboards such as H110, B250, H81.

VEGA 56/64 (v1.2)

Long term and time tested version with earlier drivers. Recommended for all VEGA 56/64 AMD GPUs.

OS: minerstat-OS 1.4
Host: TB250-BTC PRO
Kernel: 5.0.21-generic
Uptime: 10s
CPU: Intel Celeron G3930 (2) 2.9GHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Memory: 452MiB / 7903MiB
GPU driver: Nvidia 455.45.01
CPU usage: 23%
Local IP: 192.168.0.100
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48+ Nvidia & AMD GPUs
39 mining clients
3000+ pools
443+ coins

Easy to set up

Download and flash crypto mining OS to your USB thumb drive or SSD, edit the config.js file, and boot on your rig.

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Remote access

Set up mining configuration, overclocks, and other settings remotely from your minerstat dashboard.

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Complete solution

Monitor and manage your rigs with a help of unique features, such as ClockTune, profit switch, control room, and more.

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Supported hardware

List of GPUs that are officially supported in the latest version of Linux mining OS

Supported clients

List of mining clients that are supported in the latest version of crypto mining OS

Frequently asked questions

Get the answers to the frequently asked questions regarding the msOS

Which overclocking parameters are available?

For Nvidia, you can set up parameters: power limit, core clock, memory clock, and static or automatic fans. For AMD, you can set up parameters: VDDC, VDDCI, MVDD, core clock, memory clock, core state, and static or automatic fans.

On which drives can I flash msOS?

msOS can be flashed to any drive - USB, SSD, or HDD. If you will be using USB, we suggest to go with at least 16 GB USB 3.2 GEN2 to experience the accepted speeds and responsiveness.

How long does it take for the rig to come online?

Usually, it takes around 30 seconds (but the first boot may take a little bit longer). Depending on your network and drive you are using, it can take longer. If your rig didn't show online in 5 minutes, we suggest trying another USB port to clear the cache.

Do you support Ethpill, AMD Memory Tweak, and RXBOOST?

Yes, we do. Ethpill is used automatically and must be removed in case you don't want to use it. AMD Memory Tweak can be set up through the web dashboard or through the console and by setting the REF parameter to ~30, you can activate the RXBOOST.

How many GPUs can I have in one rig/worker?

One rig/worker can hold up to 16 GPUs. Please note that the more GPUs are in the system, the more time it takes for the rig to fully boot and start.

Do you support mixed mining rigs (AMD & Nvidia)?

Officially, we don't support mixed mining rigs. In most cases, mixed rigs do work with minerstat, but they are more sensitive and have less options when tuning and optimizing.

Can I use msOS with WiFi?

Yes. The list of available WiFi devices is available on the Ubuntu WiFi Support page.

Can I use msOS for free?

Yes, you can use msOS for free for 1 worker. If you want to test it with more, contact us and we will arrange a free 10-day testing period for a larger number of workers.

Which coins are supported?

We support mining of all coins for algorithms that are available with listed mining clients. For more than 250 coins and 250 multi-algo pools options we are also providing estimated earnings calculations. We also offer an option to implement a custom miner, which increases the number of available coins even more.

Which pools are supported?

We support mining on all pools - our current database includes more than 2,000 different pools and more than 250 multi-algo pools options, including the most popular ones Ethermine, Nanopool, Mining Pool Hub, NiceHash, zpool, and others.

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