miniZ v1.5q2 is out!

Hi everyone,

Thank you for your precious feedback!  miniZ v1.5q2 is out!

You can find new miniZ v1.5q2 here.

miniZ v1.5q2 is out!

v1.5q2 in brief:

  • Fixed support ZEL mining on 3GB GPU, on Windows 10.
  • (Hopefully!) Fixed slow start for some GPUs/rigs.
  • Fixed failover pools.
  • Fixed –pers=auto for 150,5,3.
  • Improved performance for 192,7 (GTX 1660 GPUs).

From v1.5q:

  • Adjusted oc modes for 125,4. Major improvements for 1080Ti (>7%).
  • Adjusted oc modes for 150,5,3 with improvements.
  • Improvements for 144,5, for RTX cards.
  • Further attempts to support ZEL mining on 3GB GPU, on Windows 10.
  • Fixed support for 144,5 for 1050 2GB, on Windows 10.
  • Fixed slow start for some GPUs/rigs.
  • Added --csv option for log stats in csv format.
  • Added busID to -ci output.
  • Fixed issue connection to sparkpool.
  • Fixed invalid shares on flypool.
  • Other minor bug fixes.


Check performances here. Or performances page for each algorithm.

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.

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

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Finally, miniZ wishes you a fast and friendly mining experience!


  1. Hash says:

    can you make sure the download id in your url is new when the checksum is different?

    • miniZ says:

      Hi Hash,
      It usually is. But you are right it happened once or twice.
      We’ll do that.
      Thanks for pointing that out!

  2. Tester says:

    Does reported hashrate included development fee?

    • miniZ says:

      Hi Tester,
      the reported hashrate refers to the total speed, 98% user plus 2% dev fee.
      If you follow the hashrate on your pool, it will only account for the 98% (without dev fee).