Download PhoenixMiner 4.7c (AMD & NVIDIA GPU Ethash Miner)

PhoenixMiner 4.2a - AMD+NVIDIA GPUs Miner

GitHub: DOWNLOAD PhoenixMiner 4.7c

Download PhoenixMiner 4.7c (AMD & NVIDIA GPU Miner) – fast (possibly the fastest) Ethash (ETH, ETC, Muiscoin, EXP, UBQ, etc.) Miner that supports AMD and Nvidia cards (including in mixed mining rigs installations).

Works under Windows x64 and Linux x64.

DevFee = 0.65%.

PhoenixMiner has a development fee of 0.65% (the lowest in the industry). This means that every 90 minutes the miner will work for us, its developers, for 35 seconds.

PhoenixMiner also supports Ubqhash for UBQ mining, ProgPOW for BCI mining, and Ethash / Ubqhash dual mining with Blake2s.

The speed is usually higher than that of Claymore’s Ethereum miner in eth only mode (we measured a speed improvement of about 0.4-1.3%, but your results may be slightly lower or higher depending on the GPUs). To achieve the maximum possible speed on AMD cards, it may be necessary to manually adjust the GPU tuning factor (a number from 8 to 400, which can be changed interactively using the + and – keys while the miner is working).



  • New kernels for Navi (RX5700) with better stability. Need to decide the problem of freezes and reboots that some miners experience with Navi maps.
  • Reduced VRAM usage for AMD and Nvidia cards on Windows and Linux
  • Added -config command line option to load config.txt file. This allows you to combine command line options and the config.txt file.
  • Added support for QuarkChain (QKC) mining without switching DAG to devfee (use -coin qkc)
  • Added support for the latest AMD drivers for Windows 19.9.3
  • Other minor improvements and bug fixes.

When using the new option -config pay attention to the following:

  1. The order of options is important. For example, if we have a config.txt file that contains -cclock 1000, and we specify -cclock 1100 -config config.txt on the command line, then the option from the config.txt file will take precedence, and the resulting -cclock will be 1000 . If the order is reversed (-config config.txt -cclock 1100), then the second option takes precedence, and as a result, -cclock will be 1100.
  2. Only one -config option allowed
  3. If you reload the configuration file with the ‘c’ key or with remote interface, its parameters will take precedence over the fact that you specified on the command line.


Due to issues with the GTX1050Ti (and other 4GB Nvidia cards) under Windows has a special edition that solves the problem even on few weeks. This is the best thing to do because drivers Nvidia just doesn’t allow you to allocate enough video memory (VRAM), even when it is available. Please note that if you do not have 4 gigabytes Nvidia cards, it makes no sense to use 4.7a – there are only a few small fixes for rare bugs.

  • Reduced use of VRAM for Nvidia cards in Windows to extend the work of 4 GB cards under Windows 10 slightly (from several weeks up to a month, then the problem will appear again)
  • Other minor improvements and bug fixes.


  • Optimized kernels for AMD RX5700 (Navi) video cards under Windows have been added (AMD 19.9.1 driver is required to use these kernels)
  • Implemented hardware control (setting up overclocking, voltages, power limits, fan control) for AMD cards under Linux. Requires PhoenixMiner working with root privileges. Overclocking and voltage control require relatively new drivers (tested 19.30-855429) and add the following boot parameter to the Linux kernel: amdgpu.ppfeaturemask = 0xffffffff
  • Added advanced hardware statistics (-hstats 2) for Nvidia cards under Linux
  • Added advanced hardware statistics (-hstats 2) for AMD cards under Linux (relatively new drivers required)
  • Implemented proper fan control for the latest Nvidia 20×0 and 16×0 series cards (Windows)
  • Added support for all new AMD Windows drivers up to the latest version 19.9.1
  • Added support for all new AMD Linux drivers up to the latest version 19.30-855429
  • Other minor improvements and bug fixes.

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