So, I am planing mine on my desktop PC with dedicated PRO graphics card (meaning one for daily usage and one for mining, both cards from AMD-preventing major driver issues).
I am planing using this graphics card:
AMD Radeon PRO WX 3200 4GB from HP
Now my question is:
How to configure the system and software to prevent mix ups and breakdowns?
I was playing around and got my laptop to “dig” for Etherium using Ethminer GitHub - ethereum-mining/ethminer: Ethereum miner with OpenCL, CUDA and stratum support it is available in AUR repository.
HOWEVER, you will need a GPU with higher VRAM than 4GB to get it to work… found that out the hard way.
How to connect to pool and miner can be found out here ethminer/POOL_EXAMPLES_ETH.md at master · ethereum-mining/ethminer · GitHub
I have no idea how to configure the system and software to prevent mix-ups and breakdowns, but being on rolling-distro might not be the smartest idea if you want to dig coin.
Alternatively you can mine bitcoin using Nicehash by using Nuxhash GitHub - YoRyan/nuxhash: A NiceHash cryptocurrency mining client for Linux. (basically copy/paste sudo pip command). It is painfully slow, but for some reason I can haz Bitcoin using this on my GTX 1050 mobile (which is absurd and not beneficial).
Compatibility with Go Ethereum and Etherwall?
These are questions that should be asked crypto forums I believe.
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