The current version is 2.4.3: upgrades Ethminer and CoolMiner, plus misc fixes and improvements.
Cryptomining Software For Nvida GPUs
The Quick Setup feature helps configure a new installation in minutes.
Use the GPU Manager to apply device settings to multiple GPUs at the same time.
Automatically hides miner windows while still providing access to the miner's screen output when needed.
Make adjustments with just a few mouse clicks without having to modify batch and config files - even for advanced options such as setting overclocks and custom algorithm intensities.
Automatically gets current pool information including fee changes and new algorithms and coins without requiring software updates.
Tracks prices across multiple algorithms and pools to find the best mining opportunities.
Currently supports more than 20 pools that mine hundreds of different crypto coins, including AHashPool, BlazePool, BlockMasters, HashRefinery, MiningPoolHub, NiceHash, Zergpool and many more.
Supports both auto-exchanging as well as mining specific coins. Automatic algorithm switching can be used with a mix of auto-exchange and specific coins.
Compatible with pools that include advanced options such as the MC Parameter and Dedicated Coin Ports.
Mines the most profitable coin for each device instead of using an average for all devices.
Includes many types of fees (miner dev fee, exchange fees, pool fees) in price calculations and supports custom hash rate and price adjustments.
Can automatically stop mining on devices when estimated earnings drop below minimum levels and restart those suspended devices when mining is more profitable.
Monitors for miner crashes and freezes and restarts miners as necessary.
Runs miners individually per device to isolate errors.
Can automatically adjust power limit and fan speeds based on GPU temperature and even temporarily suspend a GPU if it gets too hot.
Detects pool communicaion errors and can temporarily suspend mining on pools with too many connection errors.
Can temporarily suspend mining with a particular pool or miner if a repeated number of errors occur in a short amount of time.
If one GPU fails due to a device driver issue, Hash Auger can either reboot the mining rig or disable that particular GPU and still mine on other devices.
Auto start mining on application launch.
Benchmarks devices simultaneously instead of one at a time.
Unlike some other programs that pre-select miners based on the developer's expectations, Hash Auger bases its selection on actual device performance.
Only benchmarks enabled algorithms, avoiding time wasted on benchmarking obsolete and unprofitable algorithms.
No need to re-benchmark devices after updates.
Optionally updates benchmark information with real-world results for greater accuracy and even switch mining software based on actual performance.
Allows users to quickly copy benchmarks from one device to another.
Supports many different mining programs such Alexis, Cryptodredge, Excavator, Klaust, T-Rex, Tpruvot, Z-Enemy and more to find the optimal solution for each GPU and algorithm.
Set custom GPU clock, memory clock, power limit and temperature limit settings for each video card.
Override each card's settings for specific algorithms.
Set custom intensity levels for each device/algorithm (on mining software that supports this feature)
Provide manual difficulty levels for each algorithm or specify a difficulty adjustment percent for most algorithms.
Hash Auger will automatically apply the appropriate settings as devices switch algorithms.
Optional features allow you to adjust how GPU mining threads access your CPU, potentially improving the mining performance of high-throughput cards like the Nvidia 1080 and 1080ti.
Set a minimum earnings amount for each device to prevent mining when prices are below operating costs.
A Price Spike Limit can help prevent wasted mining due to orphan coins and pool data issues.
Users in areas with variable electric pricing or who run on solar power or who want to limit mining to certain times of the day can configure time-based device settings.
When GPU Monitoring is enabled, Hash Auger will record energy usage stats for each algorithm and can be set to switch algorithms based on profits instead of revenues.
Track your cryptomining earnings across multiple pools and coin wallets in both charts and data tables.
Hash Auger provides a clear display of how your earnings are divided among pools and how configuration changes affect those earnings.
Optional settings allow users to continue to monitor earnings on disabled pools and to adjust how long earnings data is stored.
With all the volatility in the cryptocurrency market, coin values change considerably throughout the day. Miners who mine one or just a few coins can miss out on the opportunities created by coins that suddenly increase in value. Likewise, miners focused on specific coins run the risk of signficant profit decreases if the coin quickly drops in value or if their pool has uptime, exchange or coin fork issues. Similarly, the coin prices that mining pools pay depend on many factors and also change frequently; it is common for pools to pay significantly different prices for the same hash rate and algorithm. Therefore, it pays to shop around and find the best buyer for your cryptomining output. Automatic pool switching also helps prevent downtime should a single mining pool go offline.
Automatic coin switching often requires a lot of trial and error and tedious config file editing. Even experienced miners can miss opportunities if they haven't updated their config files when mining pools add new algorithms and coins. Automatic pool switching adds another layer of complexity that most simple config scripts do not event attempt to calculate. Hash Auger monitors coin prices across several mining pools, identifies the most profitable coin for each device and manages miners automatically.
Hash Auger also helps maximize your mining uptime by immediately restarting crashed miners and monitoring for miners that become unresponsive. If a miner repeatedly fails with a specific algorithm, Hash Auger will temporarily stop mining with that algorithm and move on to the next most profitable one. Hash Auger can also auto-start mining after system reboots. Unlike most other cryptoming managers, Hash Auger creates a separate miner process for each device, helping to prevent a failure in one miner from affecting other devices.
Featuring a streamlined interface, Hash Auger allows users to monitor their devices, pool balances and current pool prices. On systems used for more than just cryptomining, users can adjust device intensities to reduce miner utilization on their primary graphics card. Users can also stop mining and disable individiual devices. Pools can be enabled/disabled and wallets changed in just a few clicks.
Curious to see how Hash Auger works? Try it now with no upfront costs. As with most cryptomining software, there is a small, daily developer contribution that runs automatically for 15 minutes per day.
Hash Auger currently only supports NVIDIA graphics cards and is designed for Windows 10.Download Now
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