minerstat software

covers all mining areas: Linux, Windows & ASIC

Mining OS

simple mining & monitoring OS

Download msOS

Flash

Plug

Mine

Flash

After you have downloaded the OS archive, decompress it, and then flash .img boot image to a minimum 8GB USB thumb drive.

Set access key and worker name in the config file on the thumb drive.

Next

Plug

Boot the rig from the USB thumb drive. No monitor, keyboard or mouse is necessary - all subsequent administration can be done from the dashboard.

While you wait for boot to finish, you can set up your dashboard and add new worker(s).

Return
Next

Mine

Minerstat OS will automatically configure and optimize itself to mine with your AMD and/or NVIDIA cards.

All you need to setup are your workers, mining pools, and addresses to which you want to mine. You can do that through dashboard.

msOS features

Everything you need for uninterrupted mining

Boot & mine

No need to install any drivers or manually adjust network settings. Use without monitor or keyboard.

Up to 16 GPUs

One worker can hold up to 16 GPUs, for each GPU we monitor temperature, fans & power consumption.

WiFi support

msOS supports any USB WiFi device that is by default compatible with Linux.

Online dashboard & remote control

Manage your workers, pools, coins, and mining configurations from one simple dashboard. Remote control allows you to reboot or shut down the machine, restart the software, switch mining client and pools from anywhere at any time.

  • Custom mining configuration
  • Pools & wallets address editor
  • Worker groups & notes
  • Overclocking & undervolting
  • Profit switch and more.
Dashboard

Alerts & Triggers

To be sure your mining operation is intact, you can set up different alerting options and triggers. Receive a notification through your e-mail, Telegram chatbot, Android and iOS mobile applications, or set custom triggers.

  • High GPU temperature
  • Offline & Online worker's status
  • Hashrate drop
  • Efficiency drop
Alerting

ClockTune™

Overclock and undervolt your Nvidia and AMD GPUs remotely.

  1. 1
    Select the name of the overclocking profile.
  2. 2
    Set power limit, VDDC, VDDCI, core clock, memory clock, and fan speed for your Nvidia and AMD rigs on Windows and msOS.
  3. 3
    Assign overclocking profile to your worker or algorithm in profit switch.

You can edit profiles at any time and all workers or algorithms with selected overclocking profiles will be updated. Advanced settings allow you to set custom values for each GPU separately.

ClockTune

Supported clients

List of clients that are supported in the latest version of msOS