What is BZminer?
BZminer is a robust mining software that allows users to mine various cryptocurrencies using their GPUs. Whether you’re a seasoned miner or a beginner, BZminer is an excellent option for those looking to maximize their mining profits. In this guide, we will walk you through the setup process step by step, making it easy for you to start with BZminer and earn cryptocurrency. Whether mining for personal use or as part of a more extensive mining operation, this guide will help you get up and running with BZminer quickly.
- Ethw (AMD, Nvidia)
- Etchash (AMD, Nvidia)
- Ergo (AMD, Nvidia)
- Rvn (AMD, Nvidia)
- Neoxa (AMD, Nvidia)
- Olhash (AMD, Nvidia, 1% dev fee)
- Alephium (AMD, Nvidia)
- Kaspa (AMD, Nvidia, 1% dev fee, +1%)
- Radiant (AMD, Nvidia, 1% dev fee, +1%)
- Ixian (AMD, Nvidia, 1% dev fee, Not optimized for ubuntu 16.04)
- Woodcoin (AMD, Nvidia, 1% dev fee)
- Zil (AMD, Nvidia, 0% dev fee. Dual with ANY other coin)
- Meowcoin (AMD, Nvidia)
- Nexa (AMD, Nvidia, 2% dev fee, +1%)
- Ironfish (AMD, Nvidia, 1% dev fee)
- Nvidia GPU and Nvidia drivers
- AMD GPU and AMD drivers
- Requires Nvidia drivers supporting Cuda 11.2 or greater Nvidia driver 460.27.03 or greater
- Nvidia driver 460.27.03 or greater
- Linux (Ubuntu 16.04):
- Ubuntu 16.04 or higher
- Cuda 11.2
- Nvidia driver >= 495.29.05
How to Setup BZminer
To get started with the setup Bzminer, follow these simple steps:
- Download the latest version of Bzminer.
- Create Exclusion folder in Windows where you will extract files
- Extract the downloaded file and open the miner folder.
- Choose the coin you want to mine and open the corresponding .bat file.
- If you’re not sure which coin to mine, check out this guide for Kaspa.
- In the .bat file, enter your wallet address and worker name (if desired).
- Start mining!
Bzminer Basic Commands
To modify or optimize your miner, can add the following commands where needed.
|-a, -a2||selection of algorithm for main and dual mining;|
|--disable||disables the specified video cards from mining. A space is used as a separator. Use the device ID in the format pci_bus:pci_device (eg --disable 1:0 3:0). Use the --devices command to find the device IDs. In HiveOS, this parameter is set in the add. configuration;|
|-w||this field specifies the address of your wallet or the address of the account on the pool;|
|--w2||to specify the second address if you mine in dual mode;|
|--pool_password, --pool_password2||password, use x by default;|
|-w, --worker, --worker2||worker name (rig ). It is set either as a separate parameter or through a dot after the wallet address;
--cpu-priority the level of CPU utilization during mining on a video card. The default is set to 2. If the processor does not pull, you can set 0. The maximum value is 5;
|--reconnect-on-fail-shares||reconnect the miner to the pool in case of receiving rejected shares from the pool ;|
|--nvidia 1||mine only on Nvidia devices;|
|--amd 1||mine only on AMD devices;|
|-h, --help||display all available commands.|
Please use these commands with caution. I take no responsibility with there use.
|--oc_lock_core_clock||Lock core overclock value. You can also set different values for video cards by specifying their ID, for example --oc_lock_core_clock 1000 1200 1300 (1000 for video card with ID0, 1200 for video card with ID1, 1300 for video card with ID2);|
|--oc_lock_memory_clock||Lock overclock value in memory. You can also set different values for video cards separated by a space;|
|--oc_core_clock_offset||sets the core clock frequency of the video card in MHz. A space-separated value can be specified for multiple cards;|
|--oc_memory_clock_offset||sets the graphics card memory frequency in MHz. You can specify a value for several cards through a space;|
|--oc_power_limit||specifying the power limit (video card consumption), in watts. Through a space, you can specify a value unique for each card. For example --oc_power_limit 140 150 160 150.|