Improved hashrate performance – on average, you can expect an increase of 10% for Antminer S9 and 40% for Antminer S17
Improving energy efficiency by customizing each individual ASIC chip
Both overclocking and overclocking are supported.
Easy to use – select the target hashrate, and the firmware will take care of all the details
Flexibility, allowing manual configuration and many configuration settings
Antivirus to prevent and recover from virus attacks
Very low power consumption (25 W) in case of loss of Internet connection – compared to the Bitmain firmware, which consumes maximum power
Cooling immersion support
Stunning Miner Integration
Install and update firmware through Awesome Miner
Display current power consumption
Display ASIC chip performance and details
Find a physical miner by launching an LED flash
Put Antminer to sleep mode, where it will consume very little power
Change your mining profile to allow overclocking and overclocking with Awesome Miner
Enable AsicBoost through mining profile configuration in Awesome Miner
Backing up and restoring firmware configuration settings
All Antminer Features in Awesome Miner Available for Use with Awesome Miner Antminer Firmware
All operations can be performed immediately on a large number of miners.
Awesome Miner licenses are not required for miners using firmware versions with 3% mining commission
Mining Fee [DEV FEE]
Mining fee [DEV FEE] The firmware has a mining fee of 2% or 3% (on average, slightly lower, about 1.8% and 2.8%)
The mining fee is based on the concept of parallel mining in order to avoid any interruptions in normal mining.
A firmware with a 3% mining fee includes an Awesome Miner license and does not use any of the licenses available in Awesome Miner. This allows you to run Awesome Miner and cloud services without paying a license if you use firmware with a 3% mining fee.
It is recommended to install the firmware through Awesome Miner. Awesome Miner can install Awesome Miner firmware on compatible Antminers, including Antminers with SSH access disabled and firmware signature verification enabled. The only exceptions are:
Antminer S9 running Bitmain firmware since July 2019 – SD card required for installation
Antminer L3 + running Bitmain firmware since July 2019 – SD card required for installation
Antminer S17 / T17 has been running Bitmain firmware since December 2019 – an SD card is required for installation
Antminer S17 + / T17 + – requires an SD card to install
To install the firmware through Awesome Miner, go to the toolbar:
Tools -> ASIC Tools -> Update Firmware.
The firmware can be selected from the list, and Awesome Miner will automatically download and install the firmware on all selected miners.
Version: 7.6.0, Released: May 06, 2020
Awesome Miner is a Windows application for managing and monitoring mining of Bitcoin and many other crypto currencies.
IMPORTANT! This software is provided by the author “as is” and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed. In no event shall the author be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, procurement of substitute goods or services; loss of use, data, or profits; or business interruption) however caused and on any theory of liability, whether in contract, strict liability, or tort (including negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out of the use of this software, even if advised of the possibility of such damage.
Supports 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10
Requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 or later (already included in Windows 8 and Windows 10).
- Fan speed display for BraiinsOS BOSminer
- Configuration of time span for mining process restart on frequent crashes. Configurable in the Options dialog, Mining Settings.
- RVN coin prepared for Kawpow algorithm. Fork and algorithm change on May 6th, 18:00 GMT. Coin statistics may not be correct for some period of time after the fork.
- Support for improved concurrency when using large scale mining operations. The concurrency level can now be increased to 200 in the Options dialog, Advanced section.
- Sorting of the Progress column can sort on the value displayed as part of a custom expression
- Updated Ethereum, Verge and Bitcoin Cash block explorers for wallet balance
- NanoMiner 1.9.1
- T-Rex miner 1.15.4
- NbMiner 30.2
- WildRig Miner 0.20.6
- Z-enemy Miner 2.5
- Bminer 16.2
- Correction to the PROTO parameter for Phoenix Miner when mining UBQ
An easy way to get started and achieve better hashing performance is to use one of the predefined mining profiles. You can configure your mining profile through Awesome Miner or the Antminer web interface.
Awesome Miner: Go to the toolbar: Tools -> ASIC Tools -> Firmware mining profile
Antminer web interface: Go to Miner Configuration -> Mining profiles
Why does the Antminer web interface not work properly after updating the firmware?
Please hold down the Ctrl key and click the Reload button in the web browser or use the key combination Ctrl + F5. This will clear any cache of the old firmware user interface and solve the problem. For more information, see the Wikipedia Guide for a complete reload of a web page.
If the mining profile is configured for a full reboot, the miner can reboot it on its own in order to better configure or fix ineffective mining chips. It is expected that the miner will reboot several times the first time you use the firmware. If the state of the chip is really bad, it is recommended to limit the frequency that the firmware will use for the chip. In the miner’s web interface go to “Miner Configuration” -> “Chip Auto Tune” and set “Minimum Freq” to 400.
What is the mining fee?
The firmware has a built-in mining board to support firmware development. The purpose of the firmware is to provide significantly better hash performance, more features, and improved integration with Awesome Miner, which makes mining fees very affordable.
The mining fee is 2% or 3%, depending on the firmware. Example: with a common hash bit of 15TH / s and 2% mining fee, not more than 0.3TH / s will be used for mining fee.
The mining fee consists of two pools called DevFee, which work in parallel. These two pools work with a very low level of complexity, which leads to a large number of accepted shares. A large number of stocks does not mean that DevFee pools accept the entire hashrate – this is the result of a low level of complexity for each stock.
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