Szerző Téma: T-Rex 0.9.1  (Megtekintve 337 alkalommal)

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T-Rex 0.9.1
« Dátum: Február 05, 2019, 08:15:28 am »
Nvidia's multimedia card for video cards quickly released a new version to support mining a new one, which already managed to make quite a bit of noise in the VEIL cryptocurrency network using the X16rt algorithm. As a small bonus, support for another Pyrite cryptocurrency on the new SHA-256Q algorithm is also announced. In addition, developers will please the owners of Nvidia video cards with increased performance on the already popular algorithms X16r, X22i. BCD. As before, T-rex is a closed miner with a commission of 1%, you can download T-REX from below.
Key features:
 Support for multiple algorithms
High performance
Backup pool support
Support auto update feature
Monitoring page (Updated) http://127.0.0.1:4067/trex The web address of the monitoring page for a particular miner will appear in the console when the miner starts. Here you can also create a config file from the batch file you ran.
(BETA) Watchdog Now available on Linux, has the following functionality:
monitors the work of the miner, reboots in the event of a crash / hang
keeps statistics between restarts
Miner contains a developer commission of 1%
Ways to start watchdog:
at the beginning of the bat-file, replace t-rex.exe with watchdog.exe
Create a watchdog.config file with your parameters and run watchdog.exe
Download:
https://mega.nz/#F!b6Z0QCzL!gHPqoqQVvp5etsBCNh8ouQ
List of changes:
Performance improvement ~ 1-2% on x16r / s, x17, bcd, x22i algorithms.
Added new algorithms x16rt (Veil), sha256q (Pyrite)
The monitoring page has been completely redesigned, a dark theme has been added, the interface has been improved, the ability to change the active config in real time has been added (they need to be placed in the miner directory)
List of corrections:
Fixed cURL / SSL compatibility issue on new Linix distributions (Ubuntu 18, Debian 9)
The problem is solved when the miner did not want to start with uninstalled NVML.