Z-enemy 2.6.1 (Zealot/Enemy) – NVIDIA GPU miner for Windows

Z-enemy 2.6.1 (Zealot/Enemy) - NVIDIA GPU miner for Windows


Zealot/Enemy (z-enemy) — NVIDIA GPU miner for kawpow, x16rv2, x16r, x16s, Bitcore, Phi1612, Xevan ,Tribus , x17, c11, AeriumX, XDNA(hex), phi, phi2, skunk etc ..

Z-ENEMY —it is closed source software, available only in binary version, supporting only Nvidia GPUs, as well as 1% built-in developer reward to support further software development (Dev Fee 1%).

The latest Z-ENEMY ver 2.6.1 miner updates regarding KAWPOW support provide faster initialization on installations with several video cards (increase in performance by several percent), smoother loading of the GPU, higher default intensity value, increased from 20 to 21 for GTX 1070/1080 Series. as some different improvements in the miner interface and in general terms. In terms of performance, we are definitely seeing an improvement.

The latest version of Z-ENEMY 2.6.1 is available for Nvidia CUDA 9.1, 9.2, 10.0 and 10.1 for 64-bit versions of Windows and Linux. Make sure you have the latest video driver installed for the version of CUDA you want to use – 388+ for 9.1, 397+ for 9.2 and 411 or later for CUDA 10.0 or the latest versions for CUDA 10.1.

Please note miners are often marked as malware by antivirus programs. This is not so, they are marked simply because they are cryptocurrency miners. If you do not trust the software, do not use it!

Changes The Z-Enemy ver. 2.6.1:

Fixed broken non-kawpow algos in version 2.6
Version 2.6
Kawpow (RavenCoin):
Faster initialization on multi-gpu rigs
Performance improvements (few percent)
Smoother gpu/power load
Default intensity value increased from 20 to 21 for gtx 1070/1080 series
GPU reports are now grouped together
Average hashrate is no longer displayed incorrectly low when the miner starts up.
Added average shares/min reports
You can now use environment variables in your config files (%ADDR% and so on)
Default pause time between reconnection attempts is now 10 seconds

First time or troubleshooting kawpow:
First time users — all ver. 2.02+ works on Cuda 9.x &Cuda 10.x and it is recommended to make sure you’ve updated your NVIDIA drivers. You can find drivers here: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx ver., min ver.398+++
Next important thing is intensity. We recommend intensity for start -19 or 20,(21 for 20×0) at first.
kawpow algo using +mem , but use no OC at first until you verify stability…

Supports Algorithms:

  • Aergo
  • Bitcore
  • Bcd
  • X16R
  • x16rv2
  • X16S
  • X17
  • C11
  • Phi
  • PHI2
  • Tribus
  • poly
  • skunk
  • Sonoa
  • Hex
  • Timetravel
  • Xevan

System requirements

  • Nvidia Graphics Cards with CUDA 9.1, 9.2, or 10.0 Computing Performance
  • Nvidia 398+ Driver Version
  • Operating System: Windows and Linux

Quick start and setup

  1. Download program
  2. Unzip to any convenient place
  3. Edit .bat files or create new ones
  4. Replace wallet with yours
  5. (Optional) configure the program and overclocking of video cards to increase profit

Configuring a batch file

Download the finished .bat files right now:

  1. z-enemy – the name of the program that will run our .bat file. Leave as is. The z-enemy.exe file must be located in the batch file folder as in the example above
  2. x16r – specify the algorithm of the coin that we will get
  3. rvn.suprnova.cc – specify the address of the pool of the mined coin. A pool is an association of miners with the goal of finding the block as quickly as possible.
  4. 6667 – specify the port of the pool. You can find it on the pool page. Usually in the Getting Started section.
  5. rgzrgz_leo – after the -u switch the name of the worker or the address of the digital wallet is indicated. Since in our example the Suprnova pool, then the name of the worker must be indicated on it
  6. rgzrgz_leo – Worker password, indicated after the period
  7. c=RVN – after the key c =, the token of the mined coin is indicated. If this is not indicated, then some pools do not understand which coin you want to mine.
  8. -i 20 – miner work intensity. Available values are from 8 to 31

First start

  1. NVIDIA CUDA 10.0 – means that version 10 of CUDA is installed. Cuda 10.0 – drivers version 415+, Cuda 9.2 – drivers 398+, Cuda 9.1 – old drivers 388+)
  2. Dev fee is 1.0% – the program warns of a commission of 1%
  3. URL: stratum+tcp://rvn.suprnova.cc:6667 – the address of the pool on which we will mine. We indicated it above
  4. USER: rgzrgz_leo.rgzrgz_leo – Worker and pool password, which we also specified in the batch file
  5. PASS: c=RVN – mined token
  6. Starting on stratum+tcp://rvn.suprnova.cc:6667 – the program starts connecting to the pool
  7. GPU monitoring enabled (NVML) – the program launched an API for monitoring and managing various states of video cards
  8. Mining ‘х!бг’ with 2 threads – mining process starts in two streams
  9. Hashorder algorithm legend: legend of the algorithm – because Since we work with x16r, the hash rate (speed) of production varies from low to high. This is due to the operation of the x16r algorithm (it consists of 16 different algorithms)
  10. New difficulty: 32 (0.12508) – the program picked up the difficulty of mining
  11. GPU#1: Intensity set to 20 – intensity 20, which we set in a batch file
  12. Shares: 1 (А:100.00%, R:0.00%), Diff:0.142, 25.51 MH/S, 90ms – OK – the program sent the ball (solution) to the pool. Note that miners are credited for balls, and not for anything else. The more the ball is sent to the pool, the greater the reward.
  13. GPU#1: MSI GTX 1080 Ti – 31.26 MH/S [T:61C, F:88%, P:276W, E:0.113MH/W] – One of the video cards works with a hash rate of 31.26 MH / S, its temperature is 61 °, the fan speed is set to 88%, the card consumes 276 watts, and the efficiency of the watt / hashrate is 113 (the efficiency is improved by fine tuning and downvolting, more on that below )
  14. Block 518864, difficulty 49679.637 – current block height in mined coin
  15. Uptime: 0 days, 0 hours, 0 minutes, 42 seconds. – program run time – 42 seconds, because we just launched it

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