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@ocminer ocminer released this Nov 4, 2016

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@ocminer ocminer released this Nov 5, 2016

very fast CPU implementation (up to 40 Sol/s on i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz), based on xenoncat solvers
support for NVIDIA GPUs, based on Tromp solvers
(beta) support for AMD GPUs, based on Tromp solvers, ported by eXtremal to OpenCL
Run with "-h" parameter to learn possible commands. By default, miner uses all CPU cores and no GPU devices. You need to explicitly enable GPU devices (setting "-cd" parameter for NVIDIA or "-od" parameter for AMD). If you wish to mine only with GPUs and no CPU, you must explicitly set "-t 0".

Miner auto detects CPU extensions (SSE2, AVX1 or AVX2) and uses appropriate miner.

PLEASE note: if you have issues with AMD, try deleting .bin files!

Run with:

nheqminer -u suprnova.5 -p x

replacing suprnova.5 with your username.workername

Assets 3

@ocminer ocminer released this Oct 31, 2016

This release (V0.3a) supports:

very fast CPU implementation (up to 40 Sol/s on i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz), based on xenoncat solvers
support for NVIDIA GPUs, based on Tromp solvers
(beta) support for AMD GPUs, based on Tromp solvers, ported by eXtremal to OpenCL
Run with "-h" parameter to learn possible commands. By default, miner uses all CPU cores and no GPU devices. You need to explicitly enable GPU devices (setting "-cd" parameter for NVIDIA or "-od" parameter for AMD). If you wish to mine only with GPUs and no CPU, you must explicitly set "-t 0".

Miner auto detects CPU extensions (SSE2, AVX1 or AVX2) and uses appropriate miner.

PLEASE note: if you have issues with AMD, try deleting .bin files!

Run with:

nheqminer -u suprnova.5 -p x

replacing suprnova.5 with your username.workername

Assets 5
Oct 23, 2016

0.3a

CMake gcc use native CPU features, Faster Linux builds
Oct 23, 2016

0.2a

CMake gcc use native CPU features, Faster Linux builds
Oct 20, 2016

0.1b

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