CPU plotter for BURST
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README.md

XPlotter

CPU plotter for BURST

Usage

@setlocal
@cd /d %~dp0 
XPlotter.exe -id 17559140197979902351 -sn 0 -n 20000 -t 2 -path F:\burst\plots -mem 5G

Usage Breakdown

-id: Your BURST address numeric ID.
-sn: Nonce to Start at.
-n: Number of Nonces to Plot.
-t: Number of threads on your CPU you want to use.
-path: Path to your Plots.
-mem: Amount of RAM to use while plotting.

Threads

You can find your number of threads with CPU-Z.

If you have Hyperthreading, You can double your thread count.

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Resume Plotting

To resume plotting you need to match the config to the plotfile you are trying to resume, eg:

17559140197979902351_20001_20000_20000
XPlotter_avx.exe -id 17559140197979902351 -sn 20001 -n 20000 -t 6 -path F:\burst\plots -mem 5G