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5 Best Monero Mining Hardware Gpus & Cpus 2018 (cryptonight)

5 Best Monero Mining Hardware Gpus & Cpus 2018 (cryptonight)

Moneros mining algorithm is designed to be both CPU and GPU friendly. This makes it profitable to mine with extremely cheap mining hardware. Monero is a cryptocurrency focused on fungibility and the privacy of its users. With the value steadily increasing, it may be time to consider investing in Monero mining hardware. This guide is going to highlight the best GPU for mining Monero. Moneros mining algorithm uses a Proof of Work system called CryptoNight. It was designed to be efficient with the harware of the casual user. The algorithm reduces the performance gap, in turn reducing the efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs for mining. ASICs are not practical for mining Monero. If you want the most from your money, buying as many cheap CPUs is your best bet. As we have seen with other popular cryptocurrencies such as Zcash , Ethereum , Dash , Decred , Litecoin , ZenCash and Bitcoin , mining profitability is always directly related with hash rate and power consumption. The Most Powerful (and very profitable) Monero Mining GPU The best GPU for Monero mining is definitely the XFX R9 295X2 . It has a hashrate of 1760 H/s and draws 500 W from the wall. With this miner, you can expect over $1,400 a year in returns! Thats a profit ratio of 267% per day. Take a look: Monero mining is a great way to set up passive income, especially with the R9 295X2 . Comparitively to Ethereum and Vertcoin , there is not a Cryptonight ASIC available for mining monero. However, there are other viable options. Your CPU and GPU can both be utilized to mine. Its always a great idea to join a Monero mining pool . This way, your chances of success are greatly increased, and you still receive rewards proportional to the work you contributed. Here are some monero mining pools to consider: Mining Monero i Continue reading >>

What Is The Antminer X3? (asics Vs Hard Fork Vs Monero)

What Is The Antminer X3? (asics Vs Hard Fork Vs Monero)

What is the Antminer X3? (ASICs vs Hard Fork vs Monero) On the 15th March 2018, Bitmain released a Monero ASIC miner called the Antminer X3, or rather a CryptoNight miner - the algorithm Monero currently uses. Because of an upcoming hard fork, and various other factors, this is a very high risk miner to buy. This guide will go through the risks of buying an Antminer X3, compare this against the D3 & A3, and explain the relevance of upcoming forks & other CryptoNight-based coins. On the 15th March 2018, Bitmain posted this tweet where they announced the Antminer X3, an ASIC miner for the CryptoNight hashing algorithm. It offers a hashrate of 220 KH/s at 550W. Compared to existing CPUs and GPUs, this is very high. This is 113x higher than the XFX R9 295X2 graphics card, which was considered a profitable GPU in January 2018 (drawing a similar amount of power as the Antminer X3, so the X3 is also 113x more efficient). See this guide for a comparison of ASIC miners against cloud mining, as this will also have a big impact on Monero cloud mining contracts. In short, if Monero stuck to the CryptoNight hashing algorithm, any existing CPUs or GPUs would likely no longer be profitable for mining Monero - as the Antminer X3 is so much more efficient in comparison. We should mention that Halong Mining have also released a CryptoNight ASIC called the DragonMint X1 , which offers 124 KH/s of hashpower at 245W (so has similar efficiency to the Antminer X3, but because it's the same cost currently isn't as good value for money). They're also offering a DragonMint X2 which offers 248 KH/s at 490W, which is again quite expensive - but Bitmain have dropped prices recently, we may see a similar price drop from Halong Mining at some point. The PinIdea RR-200 was also released in mid-March, Continue reading >>

Monero Mining - How To Mine Monero On Windows With Cpu & Gpu - 1st Mining Rig

Monero Mining - How To Mine Monero On Windows With Cpu & Gpu - 1st Mining Rig

Here we go! I will start mining Monero with CPU 1 First step is to download the miner, i will be using Claymores CryptoNote Windows CPU Miner v3.5, download it from here , read more about the miner here 2 Once downloaded extract the contents in a folder and access it. 3 Then open pool 32bit.bat or pool 64bit.bat (depends what windows version you have) with notepad and paste the following code: NsCpuCNMiner64 -o stratum+tcp://monerohash.com:3333 -u YOUR_WALLET_KEY_HERE -p x -t 4 , dont forget to replace your wallet key. If you dont have one it can be generated from your kraken.com account. 4 Now open the pool 32bit.bat or pool 64bit.bat, in my case ill open pool 64bit.bat because i have 64bit windows version. If you notice a message like CANNOT ALLOCATE MEMORY! and SLOW MODE WILL BE STARTED IN 15 SECONDS you must do the following steps: Create shortcut for NsCpuCNMiner64.exe on desktop, you must be logged as admin aswel On Target location at the end of the line C:\Users\USER\Desktop\Claymore CryptoNote CPU Miner v3.5 Beta POOL\NsCpuCNMiner64.exe add this -o stratum+tcp://monerohash.com:3333 -u YOUR_WALLET_KEY -p x -t 4, full code line should look like this C:\Users\oneill\Desktop\Claymore CryptoNote CPU Miner v3.5 Beta POOL\NsCpuCNMiner64.exe -o stratum+tcp://monerohash.com:3333 -u YOUR_WALLET_KEY -p x -t 4 Then Click on Advanced button, check Run as Administrator box, apply and save modifications. Now you will have to start the miner from desktop shortcut, you will still see the same error messages, just leave the miner to run for 2-3 minutes then close it and reboot your computer. -t 4 stands for number of threads to use while mining. I have an i7-3610QM and i can go up to 8 threads, but as i understood -t 4 is the best option. After the restart you will notice a new Continue reading >>

Nanopool | Monero | Help

Nanopool | Monero | Help

The following is a quick start guide of mining Monero on Windows 7 or greater x64. To mine Monero you need a GPU or CPU, Monero account and miner. Account can be obtained in several ways. The simplest way to register on one of exchanges . Miner can be downloaded from the link below. Edit start_xmr.bat and epools.txt: replace YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS with your Monero address, YOUR_WORKER_NAME and YOUR_EMAIL. If you mining to exchange wallet set YOUR_PAYMENT_ID. Edit start_xmr.bat before start mining and set YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS, worker(computer ID for collecting stats) and email address to correct values. If you mining to exchange wallet set YOUR_PAYMENT_ID. Examples for address, payment-ID, worker and email parameters: Mining to exchange with payment-ID, worker and email: The clients below are ideal if you are using Monero for the first time. They are also useful if you are on a device that cannot run a full Monero node. If you are able to spare the bandwidth and disk space required to run a full node, doing so helps keep the network stable and robust, and also affords you the maximum privacy Monero has to offer. There are also several third-party clients that interact with the official Monero core daemon, and are able to provide their own additional functionality. Check FAQ if there is a problem. If your problem is not described there, please let us know by e-mail. Specify the detailed description of the problem in the message. Note: your account can help solve your problem quickly. if possible, attach logs. If you have any questions, please contact us at [emailprotected] Nanopool does not take any responsibility for the apps featured in this section EthMonitoring. Third party software for monitoring and controlling your miners. Nanopool Mining Monitor. Third party android Continue reading >>

Opportunistic Investigation Of Monero Miners During April 2018 Networkupdate

Opportunistic Investigation Of Monero Miners During April 2018 Networkupdate

Opportunistic investigation of Monero miners during April 2018 networkupdate Authors Note: There are two Monero hard forks planned for spring 2018. This article pertains to the official Monero network upgrade scheduled for block 1546000 in early April. The following experiment is unrelated to (and unaffected by) the MoneroV fork scheduled for block 1564965 near the end of April. Due to Moneros anonymous nature, it is typically extremely challenging to study its users and miners. However, a routine hard fork scheduled to upgrade the network on 6-April 2018 will incidentally conduct an experiment that probes the nature of the Monero miners equipment. Observations of the total Monero network statistics around the time of the fork will reveal whether any of the current Monero hashrate is due to ASIC mining. Many cryptocurrencies are mined primarily by public pools. For instance, at the time of writing, more than 90% of the Bitcoin networks mining power (hashrate) originates from known mining pools. On the other hand, less than a quarter of the Monero hashrate can be connected to public pools; we know nothing about the source of the other 77%. Figure 1: Comparison of unknown hashrate for Bitcoin and Monero during March 2018. Charts generated based on data from [ Blockchain.info ] and [ mineXMR.com ]. While there has been plenty of speculation, so far there is no way to study the origin of Moneros 77% unknown hashrate. Certainly some portion is due to typical miners in unknown pools, and some portion is due to botnets. Botnets are collections of devices that have been exploited to mine and export Monero in the background, unbeknown to the device owner. Many instances have been documented, [ Kafeine 2018 & Kanaracus 2018 ] however the overall scale of botnet mining is entirel Continue reading >>

Pow Change And Key Reuse

Pow Change And Key Reuse

Posted by: dEBRYUNE, dnaleor and the Monero project Lately, a common reoccurring subject has been ASIC resistance and how we should react to any (potential) threat from ASICs. This blog post sets out our (somewhat) formal stance on ASIC resistance and our intention to maintain ASIC resistance by swiftly reacting to any potential threat from ASICs and considering slightly modifying the PoW at every hardfork. An ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) is custom mining hardware that is specialized for a particular use. For example, Bitcoin ASICs are specialized to mine cryptocurrencies utilizing a SHA256 hash algorithm. Due to the fact that they are designed for a specific use, they will typically have a large performance advantage over hardware that is intended for general-purpose use like CPUs, GPUs, and even FPGAs. Thus, any newly developed ASIC will obtain a significant majority of the network hashrate and introduce centralization. The Monero code was forked from the CryptoNote reference implementation. In the CryptoNote whitepaper (one of the identified deficiencies of Bitcoin is the Proof of Work due to its centralizing nature, as we will discuss below. In order to create a more egalitarian mining network and foster decentralization, the original CryptoNote developers created the Cryptonight Proof of Work function to "close the gap between CPU (majority) and GPU/FPGA/ASIC (minority) miners." While the CryptoNote authors admit that "It is appropriate that some users can have a certain advantage over others," they propose that "their investments should grow at least linearly with the power." Thus, it is recognized that ASICs may be an inevitable development for any Proof of Work. We also concede that ASICs may be inevitable, but we feel that any transition to a Continue reading >>

New Fpga/asic Miner For Monero Xmr (cryptonight) - Baikalminer Giant N : Monero

New Fpga/asic Miner For Monero Xmr (cryptonight) - Baikalminer Giant N : Monero

Monero can't be hacked to steal your funds, due to the power of distributed consensus. This means that you are responsible for your own money, and don't have to trust any entity to keep it safe for you. The power of the blockchain usually increases security at the cost of privacy, but with Monero's sophisticated privacy-centric technology, you get all of the security benefits of the blockchain without any of the privacy trade-offs. By taking advantage of ring signatures, Monero makes it ambiguous which funds have been spent, and thus extremely unlikely that a transaction could be linked to any particular user. Because of its on-by-default privacy technologies, Monero is fungible, which means that one Monero will always be equal to another. This ensures that there will be no discrimination over the origin or history of your coins, lessening the worry of potential blacklisting by exchanges or vendors. Breaking the guidelines may result in a deleted post and possible ban. Discussion of using Monero to break the law is disallowed. Follow redditquette and the rules of reddit. Continue reading >>

3 Best Monero Mining Hardware Asics & Gpus 2017 (comparison)

3 Best Monero Mining Hardware Asics & Gpus 2017 (comparison)

Jordan Tuwiner Last updated June 27, 2017 Monero, a fungibility and privacy centered currency, has been gaining significant traction in dark net markets around the globe. Considering that its value has passed the 40$ mark, you might be wondering how to best mine the currency. Heres a quick guide regarding the hardware that you should use. Monero does not have any ASIC mining hardware, so youre left with the option of mining with CPUs and GPUs. More specifically, Moneros mining algorithm makes use of a type of Proof of Work (PoW) called CryptoNight, which was designed to be effective for the computer hardware of casual users. Whats special about Moneros mining algorithm is that it lowers the performance gap. As a result, the efficiency gap between using GPUs and CPUs to mine is low relative to other cryptocurrencies. This causes ASICs to be prohibitively expensive for mining Monero, and therefore creates an arguably fairer playing field. To get the most bang out of your Monero mining buck, youll be best off buying as many cheap CPUs as possible. Keep in mind that you could also reach better margins by investing in fewer, but stronger CPUs that have a better hash to power consumption ratio. And if youre really trying to accrue some meaningful hashing power, take a look at custom assembled AMD R9 380 Mining racks . Essentially, youre best off stacking many affordable GPUs instead of spending large amounts on newer cutting edge cards, as GPU innovations charge extra for chip features that just hit the market. If youre looking for an extensive list of Monero mining equipment , follow the link to feast on all the options. It helps to participate in a mining pool to secure steadier rewards for your mining efforts. There are several options to pursue, as seen on Moneropools , Continue reading >>

Amd Epyc Obliterates Threadripper In Monero And Cryptonight Mining

Amd Epyc Obliterates Threadripper In Monero And Cryptonight Mining

AMD EPYC Obliterates Threadripper in Monero and Cryptonight Mining AMD EPYC Obliterates Threadripper in Monero and Cryptonight Mining Why AMD EPYC Obliterates Threadripper In Monero And Cryptonight Mining Summary At STH, we have a history of cryptonight mining on various server and workstation platforms such as the Intel Xeon E5 , AMD Ryzen , and AMD EPYC . We also provide a full suite of Docker-based mining applications , private pools , VM images, bandwidth estimates , configuration/ performance advice, for those mining on clusters of servers. If you want to get involved, head over to the STH crypto mining and markets forum . Recently a few readers, and the AMD PR team at a dinner this week made us aware that some of the consumer-orientedsites are extolling the virtues of mining Monero on AMD Threadripper. These articles have a similar premise to what we published with the EPYC 7601 in June 2017 . We wanted to show why AMD EPYC completely obliterates Threadripper in cryptonight mining, and it is not even close. AMD EPYC v. Threadripper Monero and Cryptonight Mining We decided to use the AMD EPYC 7351 part for this comparison since it is also 16 cores and 32 threads and because the EPYC 7351P is similar in price to the Threadripper 1950X. We made a quick video that shows some of the differences: The salient points are that AMD EPYC has more L3 cache and lower clock speeds. Cryptonight mining generally requires 2MB cache per mining thread. As a result, one can run twice as many threads on a 16 core / 32 thread EPYC than on the same number of Threadripper cores. Since EPYC has lower clock speeds, it is also able to use less power making single socket v. single socket more efficient. That efficiency scales in dual socket configurations to where we are seeing a fairly reg Continue reading >>

Monero - Ccminer-cryptonight Gpu Miner On Linux

Monero - Ccminer-cryptonight Gpu Miner On Linux

Monero - Ccminer-cryptonight GPU miner on Linux This video will demonstrate how to create an account at minergate and how to mine monero using the command-line software ccminer-cryptonight GPU miner on a computer running Ubuntu 16 linux and a Nvidia Geforce GTX 970 graphic card. In our channel you can view the video of this tutorial. The link below shows the list of equipmentthat I used to create this tutorial and my mining Rig. Here is a list of Monero mining related tutorials offered by our website. First, you need to access the MINERGATE WEBSITE and create an account. Use the followingcommandsto install the CUDA package and its requirements: Edit the .bashrc file from the root user and add the following lines at its end. Use the followingcommandsto install the required packages: # apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev git build-essential libssl-dev # apt-get install autotools-dev autoconf libcurl3 libcurl4-gnutls-dev Download, compile and install the monerogpu miner software ccminer-cryptonight using the following commands: Start mining monero using the command below, as an example: # ccminer -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://xmr.pool.minergate.com:45560 -u This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Important: You need to change the username This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. from the command above to the account that you created onthe MINERGATE WEBSITE . If you liked this tutorial, subscribe to my youtube channel VIRTUALCOIN This tutorial presented a step by step procedure teaching you how to start GPU mining monero on a computer running ubuntu linuxand using a Nvidia GTX graphic card Continue reading >>

Baikal Giant N Cryptonight Asic Miner Review: Good Machine But Monero Miners Beware

Baikal Giant N Cryptonight Asic Miner Review: Good Machine But Monero Miners Beware

Baikal Giant N Cryptonight ASIC Miner Review: Good Machine but Monero Miners Beware Several manufacturers have been creating ASICs for many algorithms. Baikal, one of the first to create an X11 ASIC, has now also brought one of the first Cryptonight ASICs to market. The Baikal Giant N is a Cryptonight ASIC that runs at 20 KH/s (kilohash per second) while drawing only 60 watts. As you can imagine, to get the same out of a GPU rig would take a bunch of GPUs and take roughly 2,500 watts or more, depending on the GPUs and settings. Its no surprise then that not only would they be in demand but also expensive. The Giant N currently runs $1,900 USD but was recently $3,200 to $3,800, depending on where you were buying it from. Also Read: The Antminer V9 Is a Good Lower-Cost Miner If You Have Cheap Power Join the Bitsonline Telegram channel to get the latest Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and tech news updates: But theres more to this story than just new ASICs for Cryptonight. The Monero dev team and part of the community have decided that they want to stay ASIC resistant, and will fork within a few weeks or less from the time of this review to a new algorithm to make any existing ASICs unable to mine Monero and harder to develop one for the new algorithm. We are not going to delve into the politics of ASICs, though. We will instead focus on the miner itself and how it performs. The specifications are great (power draw to KH/s wise) and encompass two algorithms. Note: Miner comes with two adapters one for an AC Adapter Also one for a PCIe connections to 3 tails as 1 PCIe cable can power entire miner The Giant N arrived safely packed with no loose heat sinks or connections. The first thing you might notice is, like many of Baikal miners, its not very big. The miner has three boards, Continue reading >>

Monero Miners In Uproar After Panic Algorithm Change Due To Asics Coming Online

Monero Miners In Uproar After Panic Algorithm Change Due To Asics Coming Online

Monero Miners In Uproar After Panic Algorithm Change Due to ASICs Coming Online Bitmain has found itself in a war with words with the monero community over the release of its latest cryptocurrency miner, the Cryptonight-capable X3. The unit is being offered at a discounted rate to existing customers, but critics claim this is because the miners will soon be ineffective at mining monero, the main coin to use the X3s Cryptonight technology. Monero lead developer Riccardo Spagni has emphasized that the units will not work on monero due to a scheduled hard fork designed specifically to outwit the Cryptonight algorithm. Also read: Large Glassware Plant in Siberia to Mine Bitcoin We are pleased to announce the all-new Antminer X3, to mine cryptocurrencies based on the Cryptonight hashing algorithm, tweeted Bitmain cheerily on March 15. The new units would start shipping instantly, limited to one per customer to prevent hoarding. The price would even be dropped to $3,000 for existing customers, according to an email . Posters on moneros reddit board have urged buyers not to purchase the units due to the scheduled change to the coins Proof of Work algorithm. Others have gone so far as to accuse Bitmain of mining with the machines for months, and only shipping them now that moneros algorithm is due to change, rendering them useless. Cryptonight, the chipset fitted to Bitmains X3s, has turned into a crypto nightmare for anyone whos been trying and failing to subsist off monero mining this year. As one keen-eyed observer spotted , after Bitmain took possession of the chips, moneros hashrate rocketed. The monero team, led by Riccardo Spagni, whos referred to Bitmain as a known bad actor, struggled to work out what had happened. A monero mining botnet that had infected millions of Continue reading >>

Dwarfpool

Dwarfpool

Using CryptoNote protocol, is not a fork of Bitcoin. Monero aims to be a fungible and untraceable digital medium of exchange. It intrinsically has a higher degree of anonymity than Bitcoin or any of its various forks. Worker name is your personal Wallet or Payment-ID if you mine direct to any Exchange Monero Price: 1 XMR 0.02507 171.16360 $ Every minute updates (btc-e, poloniex). Charts 15 minutes. You can determine your rigs separately for better vardiff, lower rejects and detailed statistic. Use workername: WALLET . WORKER-ID You can also mine direct to any exchange. Add after Exchange-WALLET your personal Payment-ID, workers can be added via WORKER-ID as well -u EXCHANGE-WALLET.PERSONAL-PAYMENT-ID -p x -u EXCHANGE-WALLET.PERSONAL-PAYMENT-ID.rig777 -p [emailprotected] EXCHANGE-WALLET/YOUR-WALLET and PERSONAL-PAYMENT-ID and WORKER-ID must be dot-separated! Put WORKER-ID at the end Do not mine to an exchange address without payment-id ccminer -q -o stratum+tcp://xmr-usa.dwarfpool.com:8050 -u YOUR_WALLET -p x NsGpuCNMiner.exe -o stratum+tcp://xmr-eu.dwarfpool.com:8050 -u WALLET -p x -o stratum+tcp://xmr-usa.dwarfpool.com:8050 -u WALLET -p x ./minerd -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://xmr-usa.dwarfpool.com:8005 xmrig -o xmr-usa.dwarfpool.com:8005 -u YOUR_WALLET -p x -k -o xmr-eu.dwarfpool.com:8080 -u YOUR_WALLET -p x -k - you have a lot of rigs or corporate PCs, you can install proxy on one PC with internet connection, and all miners can be inside of intranet - you have some geo-distributed miners, so via proxy installed on 1$VPS you can easy to control them - on one windows-machine if you use two miners (cpu+gpu) or if you want to control your miner fully and absolutely. The most profitable and fair RBPPS. No PPLNS! True round based payment system, proportional your shares Continue reading >>

Monero (cryptocurrency)

Monero (cryptocurrency)

Monero (XMR) is an open-source cryptocurrency created in April 2014 that focuses on privacy , decentralization , and scalability [ citation needed ] that runs on Windows, MacOS , Linux, Android, and FreeBSD. [2] [ not in citation given ] Monero uses a public ledger to record transactions while new units are created through a process called mining. Monero aims to improve on existing cryptocurrency design by obscuring sender, recipient and amount of every transaction made as well as making the mining process more egalitarian. [3] The focus on privacy has attracted illicit use by people interested in evading law enforcement. [2] [4] The egalitarian mining process made it viable to distribute the mining effort opening new funding avenues for both legitimate online publishers and malicious hackers who covertly embed the mining code into websites and apps. [5] Unlike many cryptocurrencies that are derivatives of Bitcoin, Monero is based on the CryptoNote protocol and possesses significant algorithmic differences relating to blockchain obfuscation . [6] [7] By providing a high level of privacy, Monero is fungible , meaning that every unit of the currency can be substituted by another unit. These units are indistinguishable from one another. This makes Monero different from public-ledger cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin , where addresses previously associated with undesired activity can be blacklisted and refused by network members. [3] In particular, the ring signatures mix spender's address with a group of others, making it exponentially more difficult to establish a link between each subsequent transaction. [4] [8] Also the "stealth addresses" generated for each transaction make it impossible to discover actual destination by anyone else but the address owner. Finally, the "ri Continue reading >>

How To Mine Cryptonight Based Crypto Currencies With Radeon Rx Vega 56/64 Gpus

How To Mine Cryptonight Based Crypto Currencies With Radeon Rx Vega 56/64 Gpus

How to mine CryptoNight based crypto currencies with Radeon RX Vega 56/64 GPUs How to mine CryptoNight based crypto currencies with Radeon RX Vega 56/64 GPUs Updated to Cast XMR version 0.9.1 on March 22nd, 2018 This guide describes how to mine CryptoNight/CryptoNote based crypto currencies like Monero (XMR) , Bytecoin (BCN) , DigitalNote (XDN) and Intense (ITNS) at highest mining rates with the AMD Radeon RX Vega 56/64 GPUs. CryptoNight is the Proof-Of-Work (POW) hash algorithm used by many CryptoNote protocol based currencies to sign the blockchain transactions. The CryptoNight algorithm is designed to use a lot of memory and a lot of memory read/write operations. The idea is that it should have no big advantage to run the algorithm on number crunchers like GPUs or dedicated ASICs and perform equally well on general purpose CPUs. Now the AMD Radeon RX Vega 56/64 GPUs has entered the field. Their new memory interface based on HBM2 memory delivers higher memory throughputs also in random access workloads which makes them the currently fastest and most efficient devices available to crunch CryptoNight hashes. Intel Core i9-7900X (10 cores, 3.3 GHz): ~470 CryptoNight Hashes/s AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X (16 cores, 3.4 GHz): ~1080 CryptoNight Hashes/s Nividia Geforce GTX-1080TI: ~900 CryptoNight Hashes/s The AMD Radeon RX Vega can crunch more than 1900 CryptoNight hashes per second with a power consumption of 150 watts. With some more overclocking the RX Vega breaks the 2 KHash/s barrier with a power consumption of 250 watts. Compare the price tags of the devices and its easy to calculate which gives the most bang for the buck. How to setup a Radeon RX Vega 56/64 for optimal CryptoNight mining is described in the next steps. We developed special CryptoNight mining softwa Continue reading >>

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