miniZ v1.2m is out!

Hi everyone, thank you for your support and feedback! All your feedback really matters. miniZ is growing better in each version.

There is a miniZ version v1.2m for you to download.

miniZ releases: new miniZ version v1.2m is out!

In brief:

  • Speed improvements for 144,5 and 192,7. Major boost for RTX GPUs.
  • Fee shares excluded from statistics.
  • --show-pers to show personalization string.
  • --smart-pers to use personalization string ‘auto’ if available, otherwise use specified pers. For compatibility with Mining Rig Rentals.
  • --show-solratio to show number of solutions per iteration.
  • --oc1/--oc2 for boost in performance when applying OCs to GPUs.
  • Help with new look. Run miniZ.exe --nocolor --help to exclude colors (Win7).
  • Improved stability.
  • Other bug fixes.

On Download page you can find Cuda 10 and Cuda 8 versions (Linux and Windows).

If you have RTX GPUs then you need to use Cuda 10.0 versions. However, for other GPUs performance may depend on the driver you have installed. So, you need to test and see which performs best.

Equihash 144,5:

  • GTX 1050 2GB ~19-20 Sol/s
  • GTX 1050 Ti 4GB ~20-22 Sol/s
  • GTX 1060 3GB ~36-40 Sol/s
  • GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ~64-74 Sol/s
  • GTX 1080 8GB ~67-74 Sol/s
  • GTX 1080 Ti 11GB ~90-100 Sol/s
  • RTX 2070 8GB ~68-77 Sol/s
  • RTX 2080 Ti 11GB ~122-131 Sol/s

Equihash 192,7:

  • GTX 1050 Ti 4GB ~11-12 Sol/s
  • GTX 1060 3GB ~20-23 Sol/s
  • GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ~37-43 Sol/s
  • GTX 1080 8GB ~36-40 Sol/s
  • GTX 1080 Ti 11GB ~51-56 Sol/s
  • RTX 2070 8GB ~40-44 Sol/s
  • RTX 2080 Ti 11GB ~74-79 Sol/s

Equihash 96,5:

  • GTX 1050 2GB ~8.2-9.1 KSol/s
  • GTX 1050 Ti 4GB ~9.1-9.9 KSol/s
  • GTX 1060 3GB ~14.6-16.1 KSol/s
  • GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ~24.7-28.1 kSol/s
  • GTX 1080 8GB ~26.0-28.7 KSol/s
  • RTX 2070 8GB ~25.5-28.3 KSol/s

*Performance based on tested GPUs. Hence, if your GPU model is not mentioned here we’d love to have your feedback!

Download miniZ version v1.2m here!

* It is advisable to always download from miniZ website, and to always verify the checksum. *

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  1. Andrey says:

    one GeForce GTX1080 ASUS PCI-E 8192Mb (ROG-STRIX-GTX1080-O8G-11GBPS) on the same settings algo 144.5 BitcoinGold(BTG):
    1.0.h – 65.5 sol
    1.0.i – 67 sol
    1.0.j – 68.5 sol
    1.1.k – 71.8 sol
    1.2.l – 72.2 sol
    1.2.l cuda10 – 73.2 sol
    1.2.m – 70.5 sol !?
    1.2.m cuda10 – 72 sol !?

    • miniZ says:

      Hi Andrey,
      Thanks for reporting all these speeds!
      It looks that for your OC setting you will need to use --oc1 or --oc2.
      On your card the last version 1.2m should perform better than the v1.2l.
      Let us know if it helped.

      • Andrey says:

        I use –f11 = 1. I do overclocking via MSI Afterburner. if you use –oc1 or –oc2, do you need to disable MSI Afterburner?

        • Andrey says:

          In MSI Afterburner, I use a down-volt curve (clk 1873MHz 843 mV, mclk 5499MHz, 170W). It turns out 0.42-0.43 sol / W

          • miniZ says:

            Hi Andrey,
            you can use --oc1 or --oc2 with Afterburner. This is just to tune the algorithm, it does not do any OC.

            For you card and miniZ v1.2m, --f11=1 does the same as --oc2.
            You may try, for your OC values --mode=0. Let us know if it changed anything.

            You can also check some tests we did here, with other OC settings.

  2. Andrey says:

    arguments: -p pass -a 0 –latency –shares-detail –show-pers –show-solratio

    time – 20 min

    v. 1.2.m
    –oc1 70,5 sol
    –oc2 70,8 sol
    –f11=0 70,4 sol

    v. 1.2.m cuda10
    –oc1 70,4 sol
    –oc2 72.3 sol
    –f11=0 71,5 sol

    1.2l – the best
    o’clock received in wallet in an hour
    187,35 0,27169033 MiniZ 1.0h 0,001450175
    329,12 0,54586835 MiniZ 1_0i+ 0,001658569
    177,47 0,33509988 miniZ_v1.0j 0,001888206
    366,43 0,61148364 miniZ_v1.1k 0,00166876
    336,06 0,66948752 miniZ_v1.2l 0,001992167
    no statistics miniZ_v1.2m

    • miniZ says:

      Hi Andrey,
      Thanks! Great analysis.
      The stock settings are our reference to compare different versions. Then we also try a few different OC settings to check other parameters. But the stock is always the reference since there are many different combinations of OC, power,… that can be done.

      You did not try --mode=0, did you? --mode=0 should be similar to v1.2l.
      Feel free to try other values with --mode. You can try: 0,1,2,3,6,7, or 8. It will be interesting to know if any of these gives better performance.

      Another suggestion, since the Sol/s take long time to converge (20 min might not be enough) it is more accurate to compare the I/s that converge faster. Sol/s ~ 2xI/s.

      • Andrey says:

        and where is the description “–mode”?

        v. 1.2.m cuda10 –mode=0 72,9 sol 1.5 h

        [ 0d 1h28m06s] 0>GTX 1080 ` 100% [52°C/68%]*36.55 I/s 72.4(72.9)Sol/s 163(167.0)W clk=1873MHz mclk=5499MHz Sol/W=0.44 2.00 Sol/I [BgoldPoW]- 460ms

        1.2l – the best ))

        • Andrey says:

          –mode=1 72,2 sol
          [ 0d 1h26m05s] 0>GTX 1080 ` 100% [54°C/70%] 36.07 I/s 72.5(72.2)Sol/s 171(171.7)W clk=1873MHz mclk=5499MHz Sol/W=0.42 2.00 Sol/I [BgoldPoW]- 347ms

          • Andrey says:

            –mode=2 62.6
            [ 0d 3h53m00s] 0>GTX 1080 `99.7% [54°C/70%] 31.33 I/s 62.3(62.6)Sol/s 159(158.6)W clk=1873MHz mclk=5499MHz Sol/W=0.39 2.00 Sol/I [BgoldPoW]- 405ms

          • Andrey says:

            –mode=3 67,5 sol
            [ 0d 1h24m14s] 0>GTX 1080 ` 100% [53°C/69%]*33.77 I/s 67.8(67.5)Sol/s 163(163.8)W clk=1873MHz mclk=5499MHz Sol/W=0.41 2.00 Sol/I [BgoldPoW]- 252ms

          • Andrey says:

            –mode=4 66.5 Sol
            [ 0d 4h14m53s] 0>GTX 1080 `99.7% [51°C/68%] 33.26 I/s 67.2(66.5)Sol/s 163(161.3)W clk=1873MHz mclk=5499MHz Sol/W=0.41 2.00 Sol/I [BgoldPoW]- 386ms

          • Andrey says:

            –mode=6 even 49,8 even less
            [ 0d 0h15m11s] 0>GTX 1080 ` 100% [47°C/62%] 24.99 I/s 49.7(49.8)Sol/s 133(132.9)W clk=1873MHz mclk=5499MHz Sol/W=0.37 2.00 Sol/I [BgoldPoW]- 226ms

        • Andrey says:

          –mode=5 53,6 sol Immediately see a little (
          [ 0d 0h18m52s] 0>GTX 1080 ` 100% [48°C/64%] 28.14 I/s 56.6(56.3)Sol/s 159(150.9)W clk=1873MHz mclk=5499MHz Sol/W=0.37 2.00 Sol/I [BgoldPoW]- 233ms

          • Andrey says:

            –mode=8 63,9 sol
            [ 0d 0h37m56s] 0>GTX 1080 ` 100% [48°C/64%]*31.89 I/s 64.7(63.9)Sol/s 149(151.7)W clk=1873MHz mclk=5499MHz Sol/W=0.42 2.00 Sol/I [BgoldPoW]- 448ms

            • miniZ says:

              Hi Andrey,

              Thanks a lot for all these tests, they are very useful.
              As we expected --mode=0 was best. Maybe --mode=7 can be similar, but we do not expect it to be as good.

              Looking at your outputs, --mode=0 gave I/s=36.55, which means that the sol/s will converge to 73.1, similar to v1.2l.
              Yet, if you change your OC settings the best mode may be different (likely mode=1). Also, for your card 3,4,5,6, are likely not useful.

              --mode is not documented because it is an experimental setting.


  3. Andrey says:

    Why do % downloads GPU change color?

    • miniZ says:

      Hi Andrey,
      the value that is changing in color is the percentage of accepted shares. The color depends on tat value.
      You had a rejected share (red star) that is why it changed.

      It is normal to get a few rejected shares. After mining several hours the percentage of accepted shares should be bigger than 99%.
      In the screenshot you show, the ~10 min statistics is clearly not enough to say that something is not OK.

      For you to know:
      >=99.2 Green
      97-99.2 Yellow/Orange(might depend on your console)
      95-97 Dark Red
      <95 Bright Red

      We will update our Usage page, good that you mentioned this.

  4. Clement says:


    I have an out of memory with mine 1070 with Stock Settings on Linux.
    Are those GPU supported?

    • miniZ says:

      Hi Clement,
      yes, the 1070 are well supported.
      Are you running some other program on that GPU?
      Can you paste here the exact message that miniZ writes on the console?
      Could you also paste here the result of running ./miniZ -ci?

  5. Andrey says:

    Hi miniZ,
    What type of driver NVIDIA download is better to use for mining: CRD or GRD?

    • miniZ says:

      Hi Andrey,
      We have been working with GRD drivers.
      We do not expect the CRD to be much better, we may be proven wrong 🙂