T-REX 0.7.4 - New miner for modern NVIDIA GPUs - Maxwell and newer

19 Nov
2018

T-REX 0.7.4 Start

Latest t-rex miner gives significant acceleration for skunk, phi, polythymos; small acceleration x16r / s and other algorithms as well as performance improvements for Turing cards (20xx). Added functionality to return to the main pool after running on failover (see the -back-to-main-pool-seclaunch option) It support for client.reconnect messages from the pool — these messages are used by MiningRigRentals to switch the miner to a dedicated IP / port. Support for the "clean jobs" flag (leads to a decrease in the number of stale balls) - support the pool by coinblockers.com hass been temporary backed out bacause that feature was causing rejects on some pools e.g. beepool and bitpoolmining. API improvements (miner can create config files in its own directory via API). Added functionality for launch mode support, in which the usual parameters are written to the batch file, and in the config, in principle, the list of failover pools t-rex -c pools.json -a x16r <user, password, etc. launch parameters> Other bugfix is for crash 20 sec after dev fee session when using -r 0 parameter and fix average hashrate reporting when using large -N values (over -N 4294)

We would like remind that t-rex 0.7.4. is probably the best miner for x22i algorithm. The X22i encryption algorithm which is currently being positioned as asic-resistant. (SUQA coin). If You are mining SUQA cryptocurrency you should use the new version of the miner. This miner will mine 40% faster on your Nvidia video cards when mining SUQA coin. If you experiencing stability issues with X22i mining you should try to decrease your Clock settings or lower the power limit on Your rig.

T-Rex is a closed source miner with1% development fee built-in the code.

Supported algorithms:

  • x16r
  • x16s
  • x17
  • x22i
  • bcd
  • hmq1725
  • sha256t
  • timetravel
  • lyra2z
  • bitcore
  • sonoa
  • renesis
  • balloon
  • polytimos
  • skunk
  • hsr
  • c11
  • phi
  • tribus

Example of simple Windows miner failover script:

@echo off
:start
SET EXEC=t-rex.exe
SET ALGO=x16r
SET COIN=RVN
SET SERVER1=stratum+tcp://us.ravenminer.com:5678
SET SERVER2=stratum+tcp://cryptopool.party:3636
SET USER=RRrdpxLH4tdVm2oh2NajhXS7J7ZRdFjQvB
SET MINERNAME=YourWokerName
SET INTENSITY=21
SET API=127.0.0.1:4067
SET LOGFILE=%COIN%_%ALGO%_%COMMAND%.log
TITLE %COIN%_%ALGO%_%cd%\%EXEC%
echo %EXEC% -l %LOGFILE% --api-bind-http %API% -a %ALGO% -o %SERVER1% -u %USER% -p d=%DIFFICULTY%,id=%MINERNAME%,c=%COIN% -o %SERVER2% -u %USER% -p d=%DIFFICULTY%,id=%MINERNAME%,c=%COIN% -i %INTENSITY%
%EXEC% -l %LOGFILE% --api-bind-http %API% -a %ALGO% -o %SERVER1% -u %USER% -p d=%DIFFICULTY%,id=%MINERNAME%,c=%COIN% -o %SERVER2% -u %USER% -p d=%DIFFICULTY%,id=%MINERNAME%,c=%COIN% -i %INTENSITY%
goto start

 

T-Rex 0.7.4 running

 

Runs on both Linux and Windows. Binaries for both Linux and Windows are compiled for CUDA 9.1/9.2/10.0. Make sure you have a latest video driver (411+) installed (with CUDA 10 support for 20xx cards).

T-rex downloads v0.7.4:

Linux:
CUDA 9.1:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.7.4/t-rex-0.7.4-linux-cuda9.1.tar.gz

CUDA 9.2:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.7.4/t-rex-0.7.4-linux-cuda9.2.tar.gz

CUDA 10.0:
https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.7.4/t-rex-0.7.4-linux-cuda10.0.tar.gz

Windows:
CUDA 9.1:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.7.4/t-rex-0.7.4-win-cuda9.1.zip

CUDA 9.2:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.7.4/t-rex-0.7.4-win-cuda9.2.zip

CUDA 10.0:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.7.4/t-rex-0.7.4-win-cuda10.0.zip

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Happy mining
CryptoSaviour

 

Tags: x16r, x16s, x17, x22i, bcd, hmq1725, sha256t, timetravel, lyra2z, bitcore, sonoa, renesis, balloon, polytimos, skunk, hsr, c11, phi, tribus, windows, nvidia, linux, dev fee

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