PhoenixMiner 4.8c (AMD & NVIDIA GPU Miner) – fast (possibly the fastest) Ethash (ETH, ETC, Muiscoin, EXP, UBQ, etc.) Miner that supports AMD and Nvidia cards (including mixed ones) mining rigs).
Changes in the new version 4.8c:
-Added -gbase option for setting GPU indices 0 or 1 (default is 1). When using -gbase 1 (by default), the first GPU is GPU1, then GPU2, etc. When using -gbase 0, the first GPU is GPU0, the second is GPU1, etc.
Note that this also changes the indexes used throughout the command line. options that accept GPU indices (for example, -gpus), as well as those that are used with interactive commands in the miner window.
-Added support for the latest AMD drivers for Linux 19.30-934563 with RX5700 cards for Linux. Please note that the drivers are quite buggy, and most overclocking options do not work, like most hardware monitoring options.
-Added a new flexible way to configure GPU-specific options using selectors. Example: -cclock 1-3: 1090,4: 1300 -mclock nvidia: + 450, amd: 2000, *: 1900, gtx * 1070 * ti: +200
-Support the latest AMD Windows 19.11.3 drivers (but they already work with 4.7c, since there were no significant changes in the OpenCL driver)
About AMD Linux 19.30-934563 drivers:
These drivers finally solve the problem with the RX5700 TLB, but they are not perfect: – Most hardware monitoring settings do not work for RX5700 cards – even the temperature is not transmitted correctly. Only energy use, fan speed and voltage are reported. – Almost all hardware control options do not work for RX5700 cards, except for a noticeable power limit, so the only way to avoid energy loss is to use -powlim -45. Fan control options do not work either, so you will rely on the auto-fan.
About the new selectors for GPU-specific options:
This is best explained by the example: -cclock *: 1100.1-3: 1090.4: 1300 – here we set the core frequency to 1100 MHz for all cards, except cards from 1 to 3, on which it is set to 1090 MHz, and for cards from 4 to 1300 MHz. The part before the colon: is the selector that selects the GPUs for which the value after the colon is applied.
The selector can be:
– index of one GPU: for example, 5: 1000 sets 1000 for the 5th GPU – GPU index range: for example, 2-5: 1200 sets 1200 for GPUs 2,3,4 and 5 – an asterisk that sets the value for all GPUs – amd or nvidia label: for example, amd: 1090 sets the value to 1090 for all AMD cards – an arbitrary string that starts with a letter and may contain letters, numbers and asterisks that are matched with the GPU name specified by PhoenixMiner. Example: gtx * 1070: +500 sets the value to +500 for all cards that have “gtx” and “1070” in their names. between them. This will match the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, but not the Nvidia GeForce 1070. Please note that if more than one selector matches this card, only the last one is taken into account. Example: -cclock *: 1100.1-4: 1090.2: 1300 will install card 2 in 1300; cards 1, 2 and 4 to 1090; and other cards with a core frequency of 1100 MHz.
Other versions of PhoenixMiner:
Full list of available versions:
- Download PhoenixMiner 4.7c (AMD & NVIDIA GPU Miner)
- PPhoenixMiner 4.5c – AMD + NVIDIA GPUs Miner (Download)
- PhoenixMiner 4.2a – AMD + NVIDIA GPUs Miner (Download)
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