GMiner was created by a Russian group of specialists in the field of high performance computing and cryptography.
First version GMiner was released on September 21, 2018 and has been warmly received by users.
Thanks to its unique design and stability, in just six months, the miner became the favorite of Equihash algorithms.
The miner is focused on NVIDIA and AMD platforms and supports the most popular algorithms such as: Ethash, ProgPoW, KAWPOW, Equihash, CuckooCycle.
GMiner maintains a leading position in the mining of such coins as Beam, Grin, Cortex, Bitcoin Gold.
In 2020, the miner added support for Ethash, ProgPoW and KAWPOW algorithms with high performance relative to competitors.
The development team never stops at what has been achieved and achieves maximum performance of algorithms with minimum power consumption, these are the qualities that distinguish GMiner from competitors and win the hearts of users.
Download GMiner v2.75 please follow the link below.
- the commission is charged continuously, and not at intervals (like most miners), which positively affects the profitability of the user on PPLNS pools
- checking generated DAG, warning when GPU overclocking is very high for Ethash, Etchash, KAWPOW and ProgPoW algorithms, helps to overclock GPU without error
- checking total CPU resources, warning when GPU overclocking is very high for Ethash, Etchash, KAWPOW and ProgPoW algorithms, helps to overclock GPU without errors
- DAG caching, if the GPU has enough memory, DAG files are not recalculated when switching to a different algorithm when mining Ethash + Zilliqa or Nicehash, which has a positive effect on user profitability
- temperature control and GPU stop in case of overheating
- watchdog - process-observer of the state of the main systems of the miner, which will restart the miner in case of a crash or freeze
- mechanism to restore a lost connection to the pool
- maintaining reserve pools, the miner uses reserve pools until the connection with the main pool is restored
- support for secure connections, server certificate verification (optional)
- informative and readable output of statistics in the form of tables to the console
- display of detailed information about each device (temperature, power consumption, cooler load, memory frequency, processor frequency, energy efficiency)
- parallel output of information to the console and to a file on disk
- built-in statistics server - remote monitoring of the miner in the browser
- memory settings for Nvidia GPUs with GDDR5X and GDDR5 memory
- core frequency, memory frequency, core voltage, memory voltage, fan speed, overclocking with power limitation for Windows
- secure DAG creation for Nvidia GPUs
- significant performance improvement for LHR GPUs on the Ethash algorithm
- improved autotuning for LHR GPUs
- developer fee changed to 1% on Ethash algorithm (all major Ethash miners have 1% fee)
- competition, prizes: 25 x 0,2 ETH
- improved stability for LHR mining
- improved autotuning LHR
- now the -proxy option is used for user and developer connections
- added option to disable paid developer connections without SSL (-dev_fee_ssl 0)
- fixed -tfan on some RTX30xx cards
- added LHR mode support for RTX 3060 GA104
- added option to control LHR tuning step size (--lhr_autotune_step)
- added watchdog mode: system reboot or miner restart (-watchdog_mode)
- added option to monitor rig speed, miner exits if average speed reaches limit (-min_rig_speed)
- added the ability to control the maximum number of parallel DAG generations (--dag_gen_limit)
- display the IP address of the pool in the statistics report
- restore overclocking after stopping mining
- fixed memory leaks on AMD GPUs
- fixed compatibility with latest Linux distributions
- fixed crashes introduced in version 2.71
- Improved LHR performance, added two modes (-lhr_mode): 0 - power saving mode, 1 - maximum performance mode (default).
The miner displays the LHR unlock percentage in the statistics table (LHR line), you can tune it using the -lhr_tune option.
Now —lhr_tune means GPU unlocked percentage, lhr tunes below 10 are mapped to new defaults for compatibility.
If LHR autotune is enabled (-lhr_autotune), the miner tries to increase the LHR unlock percentage while mining.
- Improved RavenCoin performance, fixed floating hashrate
- Displays the maximum beat difficulty for each GPU
- improved auto tuning for LHR GPUs, now miner performance increases when GPU is stable
- removed --lhr_tune1 / --lhr_tune2 options, use --lhr_tune to tune LHR GPUs (value range -10 - 10, old options ignored for compatibility)
- displaying the current value of --lhr_tune and the current kernel in the statistics table
- added autotune for LHR GPUs (enabled by default to disable pass --lhr_autotune 0)
- fixed support for RavenCoin in Windows 7.
- increased the number of attempts to reconnect when the connection is lost (-reconnect_count)
- improved stability of the miner
- LHR GPU lock detection, auto unlock and continue mining
- displaying the number of miner restarts by the watchdog
- partial unlocking of the card without additional energy consumption
- use -NGR 1 to force unlock for RTX 3060 B1
- use --lhr_tune 1 / lhr_tune 2 to tune the unlocking parameters, positive values increase performance, negative values reduce the chance of blocking
- Miner requires latest NVIDIA drivers (470+) in order to update NVIDIA drivers in HiveOS working "from nvidia-driver-update" command in terminal
- improved performance of KAWPOW (Raven coin) under Linux on Nvidia GPUs
- added AMD implementation for KAWPOW (Raven coin)
- improved compatibility with Ethash pools
- Ethash performance improvements on Nvidia GPUs (20 and 30 series) under Linux (RaveOS, HiveOS, MMPOS and others)
- fixed zombie mode for Ravencoin
- fixed periodic reboot of the miner under Linux
- fixed support for RX6700 / 6800/6900 under Linux (error "OpenCL initialization error")
- fixed bug —cclock for RX6700 / 6800/6900 under Windows
- disable a sleeping computer while mining under Windows
- improved compatibility with minerstat
- displays memory temperature for Nvidia cards under Windows (if GPU supports it)
- displays memory temperature for AMD Windows and Linux cards (if GPU supports it)
- removed algorithms cuckatoo31 / cuckatoo32
- core clock lock function for Nvidia GPUs under Windows and Linux (--lock_cclock)
- resolve domain names even if the system DNS settings are not working
- SOCKS5 proxy support (--proxy host: port)
- generates valid DAG in higher OC modes
- DAG generation speed increased (up to 2x)
- fixed miner crashes when changing DAG for mining ETH + ZIL
- fixed DAG caching on 6GB cards
- apply lock_voltage before generating DAG (in 2.52 miner applied lock_voltage after generating DAG)
How do I set up Gminer?
An example of setting up Gminer for mining Ravencoin on the 2Miners pool.
miner.exe --algo kawpow --server rvn.2miners.com:6060 --user YOUR_ADDRESS.RIG_ID --pass x
Here you need to replace YOUR_ADDRESS to your wallet address to receive coins. An example address is RHUC17zAVjNqXDtkqwLPRvQ2XgoRZsXeeG. You also need to change RIG_ID, that is, the desired farm name. Here we use no more than 32 Latin characters, numbers, as well as the symbols "-" and "_". For example rig-1.
Here is the setup process in video format. Don't forget to include Russian subtitles if necessary.
To start Ethash, enter at the command line:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1
--Algo - mining algorithm, in this case ethash
--Server - address and port of the pool, in this case the pool is eth.2miners.com, port is 2020
--user - Ethash wallet and worker name, in this case wallet - 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5, worker - worker1
For the Ethash and Etshash algorithms, there are 2 options for the stratum protocol (proxy and stratum), to explicitly specify the protocol, use the "--proto" parameter, for example, to use the Nicehash pool, enter on the command line:
miner --algo ethash --server daggerhashimoto.usa.nicehash.com:3353 --user 3LsTTSsSy17xuoShcMHuRgGBxKn1AHgeVN --proto stratum
If you have a mixed installation, you can only run the miner on CUDA devices:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --opencl 0
or on OpenCL devices only:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --cuda 0
or on devices of your choice such as GPU0 GPU2 and GPU4:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --devices 0 2 4
the list of available GPUs can be seen by invoking the following command:
To set the temperature limits for GPU0, GPU2 and GPU4, upon reaching which mining on this device will be suspended until it cools:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --devices 0 2 4 --templimit 80 70 65
where 80 is the temperature limit for GPU0, 70 is the temperature limit for GPU2, 65 is the temperature limit for GPU4.
To save the miner's logs to a file for later analysis:
miner --algo ethash --server eth.2miners.com:2020 --user 0x5218597d48333d4a70cce91e810007b37e2937b5.worker1 --logfile c: \ log.txt
where "c: \ log.txt" is the path to the file with the miner's logs
Supported Algorithms - Commission
|Supported algorithms||Developer Commission|
|kawpow, rvn, ravencoin||1%|