Updates

v0.3 Graph Memory Patch

Thanks to reports from some of our users we are happy to announce that the second memory leak that was introduced in our move to Metal in version 0.2 has now been patched. For technical users, the leak was coming from retaining the Directed Acyclic Graph between mining sessions. While it maybe beneficial to cache […]

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v0.3 Command Memory Patch

Thanks to reports from some of our users we are happy to announce that the memory leak that was introduced in version 0.2 has now been patched. For technical users, the leak was coming from our switch to the metal api of which generated autorelease pool allocated command buffers. While command buffers are extremely lightweight single […]

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v0.3 Intel and AMD Support

We are happy to announce that the pre-release version using Metal is now working on Intel AMD Macs. The focus here has been optimising the code to be versatile enough to run on older Macs, of which we can report that it now runs on our Intel test system featuring a 8GB AMD 5500M GPU. […]

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v0.2 Metal API

We are happy to announce that the pre-release version using Metal is ready for testing. The focus here has been to get it to compile and run and generate correct results just like the OpenCL version, so please let me know if you experience any issues with the switch. Regarding performance, generally it should run […]

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How to Connect to a Mining Pool with a Password eg. moneroocean.stream

Note this currently applies as a workaround for  v0.1, in future updates we will make it more user friendly and update this article. To connect to a mining pool that requires a password eg. moneroocean.stream Fill in your wallet details with a colon at the end followed by your password. For example in the case of […]

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v0.1 Power Mining

Thanks for everyone’s hard work and support., we are happy to announce that the pre-release version is ready for testing. This version is focused on experimenting with energy efficiency, allowing for mining in the background without overwhelming the system. In the next release we will be bringing Metal API optimisations to the Ethash algorithm.

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