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Hive OS Miner

  • The HiveOS miner supports both AMD and NVIDIA cards
  • You can right-click and download this flightsheet and import it into Hive OS
  • Custom package can be downloaded here
  • You can also run:
     /hive/miners/custom/custom-get http://www.noncepool.com/files/noncepool-1.27.tar.gz -f
    to install the miner manually.
  • Version 1.22 3/26/2019
  • Version 1.24 3/28/2019
  • Version 1.26 4/03/2019
  • Version 1.27 4/14/2019
  • NOTE:
    On Pascal NVIDIA cards, you can get a 5%-20% speed boost by running ETHlargement Pill combined with setting the memory clock to a large negative offset and setting the core clock offset as high as you can want.
     - The proper setting depends on thermal throttling, power limits,  and other things. 
     - On cards that are above 50C and thus being thermally throttled this can bring a large performance boost, as lowering the mem clock allows the core clock to run at a higher frequency.
    

Setup Wallet

  1. Get the official Bismuth node and wallet release here
  2. Setup a wallet by running a node or using the light-wallet
  3. Add your 58 character wallet address to your start script file or to the HiveOS flightsheet or wallet.conf, depending on what you are using
  4. Set worker name (optional)
    • If you are running the non-HiveOS version, then add your worker name after you wallet address
    • Like this:
      noncepool_miner 952cfda35b32e2eac3e3431f566b80a0c47c6c512d3f283c1e57aee3 worker1
    • If you are using the HiveOS version, then your worker name will automatically be taken from your HiveOS /hive-config/rig.conf WORKER_NAME variable
  5. You can find more setup information and command line options in the readme files inside the download folder

Windows AMD Miner

Windows Nvidia Miner

  • Cuda 9.1 compatible drivers are required (Nvidia 384 and above)
  • Version 1.26 Updated 3/25/2019
  • Version 1.28 Updated 3/28/2019
  • Version 1.29 Updated 4/03/2019

  • Download here

Linux AMD Miner

Linux Nvidia Miner

  • Cuda 9.1 compatible drivers are required (Nvidia 384 and above)
  • Version 1.26 4/03/2019
  • Version 1.27 4/14/2019

  • Download here
  • NOTE:
    On Pascal NVIDIA cards, you can get a 5%-20% speed boost by running ETHlargement Pill combined with setting the memory clock to a large negative offset and setting the core clock offset as high as you want.
     - The proper setting depends on thermal throttling, power limits,  and other things. 
     - On cards that are above 50C and thus being thermally throttled this can bring a large performance boost, as lowering the mem clock allows the core clock to run at a higher frequency.