New T-Rex 0.7.2 Nvidia Miner With X22i Algorithm (SUQA) Support


28
Oct
2018

The latest version 0.7.2 for the T-Rex Nvidia GPU miner brings support for the new X22i mining algorithm used by the SUQA project. The even better news, besides the fact that another miner supports this new algorithm is that T-Rex 0.7.2 provides up to about 40% faster performance for X22i compared to the latest zjazz Nvidia miner that was previously the fastest in terms of hashrate. The SUQA coin has just reached its first planned block reward halving, so gaining some extra performance boost might be just what you need to keep things profitable on the longer term.

If you are mining SUQA on Nvidia GPUs, then it would be a wise idea to update from zjazz to the latest T-rex and continue mining it with significantly higher hashrate. If you are having stability issues with X22i mining you might try to decrease your overclock or play with the power limiter until you have the mining rig stable. Do note that the T-Rex is a closed source miner with 1% development fee built-in. Also make sure you have a recent video driver installed (the latest for CUDA 10 support) as the binaries for both Linux and Windows are compiled for CUDA 9.1/9.2/10.0.

For more information and to download and try the latest version of the T-Rex miner…

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New Multi-Algorithm ASIC Miner – The Baikal Miner BK-G28


28
Oct
2018

There is a new more powerful ASIC miner from Baikal Miner that supports multiple algorithms for mining, the new Baikal Miner BK-G28 is a more powerful successor of the previous BK-X model that the company was selling up until recently. The new BK-G28 is almost 3 times faster in terms of performance on all supported algorithms and adds Groestl support on top of the already supported other algos. With the Baikal Miner BK-G28 you can get up to 28 GHS mining performance on X11, Quark, Qubit, Myriad-Groestl, Nist5 and Groestl with varying power consumption. The hashrate for Skein is at 14 GHS and for mining X11Ghost you can expect to get about 3.5 GHS. Baikal Miner is already taking orders for the new hardware, though they do not cite official price for the device yet.

Currently it is most interesting and profitable choice for the new BK-G28 is to be used for the Groestl algorithm, however a big number of these ASIC mines will easily reduce profitability in not time. Mining Groestl in GPUs is obviously getting depreciated, as most likely Baikal Miner will soon add support for Groestl for the owners of BK-X ASICs as well… most likely as son as they sell enough BK-G28s.

For more information about the new Baikal Miner BK-G28 muli-algorithm ASIC miner…

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