T-Rex 0.8.3 NVIDIA GPU miner (Windows and Linux) with support for 20xx cards.

1 Dec
2018

T-Rex 0.8.3 NVIDIA GPU miner start


The new NVIDIA GPU miner T-Rex have released T-Rex 0.8.3 version with new algo Dedal (introduced in 0.8.2). Dedal is designed to resist powerful ASIC machines and to provide a stable mining solution to GPU miners. The idea behind this algorithm is similar to x16r and x16s where every block is hashed by different algorithms in a random order. While this algorithm might seem interesting the project is less active and it looks like another masternode coin. So be cautious and do a thorough research before mining Numus. In addition to this T-Rex 0.8.3 has improved performance on X22i algorithm and also fixed Skunk performance issue. For X22i you can expect 1% to 3% performance improvement and some improvements for skunk, phi and polythymos. Small acceleration for x16r , x16s and other algorithms as well as performance improvements for Turing cards (20xx). So if you are mining X22i, Skunk or looking forward to try the new algorithm : Dedal (Numus coin) then you can use T-Rex version 0.8.3. Another new algorithm is x21s (Ritocoin) and can be mined at MinerMore and a few other pools. This miner is available for Windows, Linux and it even has got CUDA 10 support. However before downloading we’d like to remind you that this miner is only available as a closed source software and it includes a development fee of 1%. There is new config parameter available: --sharerate-avr - Sliding window length in seconds used to compute sharerate (default: 600). Since 0.8.2 T-REX 0.8.3 has got another useful feature - it is an automatic update, it is enabled via the monitoring page. For auto-updates to work, you need to use Watchdog with the auto-update flag enabled. T-REX is a miner that supports 21 different mining algorithms in total.

Supported algorithms:

  • balloon
  • bcd
  • bitcore
  • c11
  • dedal
  • geek
  • hmq1725
  • lyra2z
  • phi
  • polytimos
  • renesis
  • sha256t
  • skunk
  • sonoa
  • timetravel
  • tribus
  • x16r
  • x16s
  • x17
  • x21s
  • x22i

 

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

 

 

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). If you experiencing stability issues with X22i mining you should try to decrease your Clock settings or lower the power limit on Your rig.

For more info about tunning details try to visit Bitcointalk official page:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4432704.0

T-rex downloads v0.8.3:

Linux:
CUDA 9.1:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.3/t-rex-0.8.3-linux-cuda9.1.tar.gz

CUDA 9.2:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.3/t-rex-0.8.3-linux-cuda9.2.tar.gz

CUDA 10.0:
https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.3/t-rex-0.8.3-linux-cuda10.0.tar.gz

Windows:
CUDA 9.1:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.3/t-rex-0.8.3-win-cuda9.1.zip

CUDA 9.2:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.3/t-rex-0.8.3-win-cuda9.2.zip

CUDA 10.0:

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.3/t-rex-0.8.3-win-cuda10.0.zip

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Happy mining
CryptoSaviour

 

Tags: x21s, x16r, x16s, x17, x22i, bcd, hmq1725, sha256t, timetravel, lyra2z, bitcore, sonoa, renesis, balloon, polytimos, dedal, skunk, hsr, c11, phi, tribus, windows, nvidia, linux, dev fee

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