Team Red Miner

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General Info Of Team Red Miner

Calling all AMD GPU miners! Meet Team Red Miner (TRM), the most efficient mining software tailored for your graphics cards. TRM is compatible with both Windows and Linux operating systems, offering the capability to mine various cryptocurrency algorithms with a standard commission of 2.5% (1% for Et hash on Navi/Vega GPUs and 0.75% for Polaris). Providing a reliable solution for mining, TRM stands out by being able to mine Ethereum even after the DAG file exceeds 4GB. The latest enhancements bring about revamped Ethash cores and new mining modes for all GPU types, resulting in improved hashrates and reduced power consumption. Elevate your mining efficiency with Team Red Miner’s additional mining modes (B/C modes) and maximize your GPU’s VRAM potential. Embark on your mining journey now with TRM!

How to Install Team Red Miner

Team Red Miner is a popular mining software for AMD graphics cards that allows you to mine various cryptocurrencies. Follow these steps to install Team Red Miner on your system:

Step 1: Download Team Red Miner

  1. Download ZIP” to download the latest version of Team Red Miner.

Step 2: Extract the ZIP File

  1. Locate the downloaded ZIP file, usually in your “Downloads” folder.
  2. Right-click on the ZIP file and select “Extract All” or use your preferred unzip tool to extract the contents of the ZIP file to a folder of your choice.

Step 3: Open a Terminal (Command Prompt)

  • On Windows, open the Command Prompt by pressing Win + R, typing “cmd,” and pressing Enter.
  • On Linux, you can usually open a terminal by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T.

Step 4: Navigate to the Team Red Miner Directory

  1. Use the cd command to navigate to the directory where you extracted Team Red Miner.

For example:

cd path\to\teamredminer

Replace path\to\teamredminer with the actual path to the extracted Team Red Miner directory.

Step 5: Run Team Red Miner

  1. Once you’re in the Team Red Miner directory, you can run the mining software by using the following command:
    • Replace algorithm with the mining algorithm you want to use (e.g., ethash for Ethereum).
    • Replace pool_address with the address of the mining pool you want to join.
    • Replace your_username with your mining pool username.
    • Replace your_password with your mining pool password.
  2. Press Enter to start mining with Team Red Miner.
teamredminer.exe -a algorithm -o pool_address -u your_username -p your_password

Step 6: Monitor Your Mining

Team Red Miner will start mining according to the provided parameters. You can monitor your mining progress and statistics on the mining pool’s website or by using Team Red Miner’s built-in web interface. Open a web browser and enter the following URL:

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This URL will allow you to access Team Red Miner’s web interface for monitoring your mining rig.

That’s it! You have successfully installed and configured Team Red Miner on your system. Remember to stay updated with the latest versions and mining pool information for the best mining experience.


Some algorithms are not supported by some GPU architectures and/or drivers, as well as supported algorithms and commission

EthashYYYYYEthash on Polaris GPUs0.75
KawpowYYYYYEthash on all other GPUs1.0%
CryptonighRNLLLNCryptonight R2.5%
Cryptonight v8 upx2NLLLNCryptonight v8 upx22.5%
Cryptonight v8 turtleNLLLNCryptonight v8 turtle2.5%
Cryptonight v8 halfNLLLNCryptonight v8 half2.5%
Cryptonight v8 doubleNLLLNCryptonight v8 double2.5%
Cryptonight v8 rwzNLLLNCryptonight v8 rwz2.5%
Cryptonight v8NLLLNCryptonight v82.5%
Cryptonight heavyNLLLNCryptonight heavy2.5%
Cryptonight havenNLLLNCryptonight haven2.5%
Cryptonight saberNLLLNCryptonight saber2.5%
Cryptonight concealNLLLNCryptonight conceal2.5%
Chukwa-512NLLLNChukwa-512 (Turtlecoin)2.5%
Chukwa-1024NLLLNChukwa-1024 (Turtlecoin)2.5%


Support legend:

Y = Supported
N = Not supported
L = Limited support: algos are supported on windows and linux with amdgpu-pro drivers, not supported on ROCm drivers.

GPUs supported and tested:

Navi – RX 5700(XT)/5600(XT)/5500(XT) for supported algos in the table below.
Big Navi – RX 6900XT, RX 6800(XT), RX 6700(XT), RX6600XT – same support as for Navi.
Vega – RX Vega 64/56, Vega FE, Radeon VII (Vega 2)
Polaris – RX 580/480/570/470/560/460/550
Fiji – R9 Fury/Fury X/Nano, MI8 (supported but with very limited testing).
Tonga/Antigua – R9 285/285X/380/380X, W7100, S7150 (beta support from 0.8.2. Only ethash+kawpow available.)

The miner reports the hash rate of the GPU every 30 seconds. These are the full hashrates of the GPU before deducting the development fee.
Includes a read-only API based on cgminer-5.5 API. Both json and text formats are supported.
The miner also includes an API compatible with the Claymore miner, with support for a subset of the API.

For Polaris video cards (RX470 – RX580), the new miner and the new mode B gives an additional 0.4Mh/s and at the same time the power consumption becomes less by 0.89W
For Vega 56/64 graphics cards, the hashrate is increased by 0.27MH/s with a decrease in power consumption by 5.8W
The RX5700, with the same hashrate of 60mH/s, reduced power consumption by 9W
, unfortunately, the RX5600XT did not receive serious advantages, so for these video cards, mode A remains the default. If you want to flash your AMD videocard, it’s better to use Atikmdag Patcher.

We support only AMD video cards, for Nvidia card it’s better to use T-Rex miner or NBminer.

You can study in more detail the changes in hashrate, power consumption of various video card models and different versions of miners from the table below:

Nitro+ 580 8GB Samsung, core 1150@840mV, mem 2100@840mV, ref 30

VersionModeTuningHashratePowerDiff vs 0.7.21
0.7.21A-modeA25630.73 MH/ssensor 79.66W 
0.8.0A-modeA19430.97 MH/ssensor 78.25W-1.41W
0.8.0B-modeB23231.13 MH/ssensor 78.77W-0.89W

Vega 56/64
Vega 56 ref Samsung, A-mode 1065@850mV, B-mode 1000@850mV, mem 950@850mV, TRM timings

VersionModeTuningHashratePowerDiff vs 0.7.21
0.7.21A-modeA87250.08 MH/ssensor 115.98W 
0.8.0A-modeA44850.32 MH/ssensor 111.15W-4.83W
0.8.0B-modeB45050.31 MH/ssensor 110.15W-5.83W

Radeon VII
Radeon VII Hynix, core 1600MHz@881mV, mem 1000MHz with timings

VersionModeTuningHashratePowerDiff vs 0.7.21
0.7.21B-modeB74087.87 Mh/ssensor 185.25W 
0.8.0B-modeB20887.85 Mh/ssensor 177.38W-7.87W
0.8.0C-modeC322100.4 Mh/ssensor 192.54W+7.29W +12.53Mh/s

Red Devil 5700XT Micron A-Mode 1400@725mV, B-Mode 1245@675mV, Mem 912 MHz

VersionModeTuningHashratePowerDiff vs 0.7.21
0.7.21A-modeA62456.05 MH/ssensor 105.82W 
0.8.0A-modeA62056.08 MH/ssensor 103.61W-2.21W
0.8.0B-modeB60856.01 MH/ssensor 96.83W -8,99W


Engaging in dual mining with Team Red Miner (TRM) involves simultaneously mining two distinct cryptocurrencies on the same GPU, enabling miners to optimize their earnings by fully leveraging their hardware. Below is a guide on how to configure dual mining in TRM:

  1. Launch the terminal or command prompt and navigate to the TRM directory.
  2. Execute the miner with the following command: ./teamredminer [OPTIONS] -c ALGO2:OPTIONS2
  3. Replace [OPTIONS] with your preferred settings for the first cryptocurrency, including pool URL, wallet address, algorithm, etc. For instance: ./teamredminer -a ethash -o stratum+tcp:// -u 0xYourAddressHere -p x
  4. Replace ALGO2 and OPTIONS2 with the details of the second cryptocurrency you intend to mine, such as pool URL, wallet address, algorithm, etc. Example: -c decred:stratum+tcp:// -u DsYourAddressHere -p x
  5. The miner will initiate dual mining for the specified cryptocurrencies, providing mining status and statistics within the terminal.

Note: Compatibility for dual mining varies based on GPU types and algorithms. Additionally, the exact command syntax may differ depending on your operating system and TRM version. Consult the official documentation for comprehensive information.

Mining pools

Awesome Miner can be used with any mining pool. The list below includes the predefined pools to make it easier to get started with mining on the most popular pools.

Argon2IceMining – NIMLyra2REv3NiceHash – Lyra2REv3X16rZergpool – X16rX16rPickaxe.Pro – XGCS
Autolykos2NiceHash – Autolykos2Lyra2REv3Mining Pool Hub – Lyra2REv3X16rBlock Masters – X16rX16rPickaxe.Pro – XRD
CryptoNight HavenZergpool – CryptoNight HavenLyra2REv3BSOD – VTCX16rBSOD – BITCX16rtBSOD – GIN
CryptoNightV4 (CryptoNightR)NiceHash – CryptoNightV4 (CryptoNightR)Lyra2zNiceHash – Lyra2zX16rBSOD – CXCX16rtBSOD – VEIL
CuckaRood29NiceHash – CuckaRood29Lyra2zMining Pool Hub – Lyra2zX16rBSOD – EXOX16rtPickaxe.Pro – GIN
CuckaToo31NiceHash – CuckaToo31Lyra2zZergpool – Lyra2zX16rBSOD – FXTCX16rv2NiceHash – X16rv2
EtcHashMining Pool Hub – EtcHashLyra2zBlock Masters – Lyra2zX16rBSOD – HLXX16rv2Mining Pool Hub – X16rv2
EtcHashZergpool – EtcHashLyra2zBSOD – FXTCX16rBSOD – HTHX16rv2Zergpool – X16rv2
EthereumNiceHash – EthereumPhi2BSOD – AGMX16rBSOD – JINYX16rv2NLPool – X16rv2
EthereumMining Pool Hub – EthereumPhi2BSOD – LUXX16rBSOD – RVNX16sZergpool – X16s
EthereumZergpool – EthereumPhi2Pickaxe.Pro – LUXX16rIceMining – BITCX16sBlock Masters – X16s
FiroPowZergpool – FiroPowPhi2Pickaxe.Pro – AGMX16rIceMining – PHLX16sBSOD – PGN
KawpowNiceHash – KawpowPhi2Pickaxe.Pro – SPDRX16rIceMining – RVNX16sBSOD – XSH
KawpowMining Pool Hub – KawpowVerthashMining Pool Hub – VerthashX16rIceMining – XRD
KawpowZergpool – KawpowVerthashZergpool – VerthashX16rPickaxe.Pro – MDEX
KawpowNLPool – KawpowX16rNiceHash – X16rX16rPickaxe.Pro – RVN

Releases (changelog):

Team Red Miner v0.10.19

This release adds support for mining Alephium for both GPUs and FPGAs.
GPU support includes support for dual/triple mining with memory hard algos/zil, check example scripts for details.
FPGA support is limited to vu33p/vu35p boards for this release. Vu9p and vu13p boards will be added in a future release.

NOTE: Due to the extraordinary amount of effort it takes to develop bitstreams and the decreasing competitiveness of current FPGAs compared to modern GPUs, we will be pausing FPGA development for the foreseeable future.

README highlights:

  • GPU: Added support for alephium for all gpus, including dual mining using –alph .. –alph_end.
  • FPGA: Added support for alephium for most common FPGAs (vu33p and vu35p variants).

Team Red Miner v0.10.18

Dusting off TON/GRAM mining, and a lots of other small fixes.

README highlights:

  • GPU: Added TON/GRAM for RDNA3 gpus.
  • GPU: Fixed TON/GRAM dual mining with abel and autolykos2.
  • GPU: Fixed broken kawpow on RDNA3 gpus.
  • GPU: Fixed loading Radeon VII kernels in general on newer drivers.
  • GPU: Fixed broken abel+ironfish dual mining.
  • GPU: Fixed old bug for ironfish mining on pools like Kryptex using email as wallet/username.
  • GPU: Fixed broken power read for some gpus on newer linux drivers.
  • GPU: Fixed broken kawpow mining on vultaic.
  • GPU: Patched broken job messages for new TON/GRAM pools.
  • GPU: Added –debug logging of network traffic for out-of-band stats for ABEL pools.

Team Red Miner v0.10.14

ZIL patch release to support mining on epoch 1.

NOTE: the first set of release binaries were retracted and replaced due to the ZMP protocol not working properly. The checksums below are for the updated binaries.

README highlights:

  • GPU: Fixed ZIL mining on epoch 1 (instead of epoch 0).

HiveOS early update oneliner:

Team Red Miner v0.10.13

Added support for Ironfish on FPGAs and HiveOS Navi zil GPU clock switching script.

README highlights:

  • GPU: Added HiveOS Navi zil switch handler script for mem states, add --use_distro_features to enable.
  • FPGA: Added support for Ironfish algo, see FPGA_IRONFISH_GUIDE.txt
  • FPGA: Added new auto error-rate clock adjustment, see –fpga_er_auto and FPGA_IRONFISH_GUIDE.txt
  • FPGA: Added support for TUL TH53M board
  • FPGA: Fixed issue with DNAs being read from wrong SLR on vu9p/vu13p boards.
Windows binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer.exe  4990613c0c3009c24b05adc6f6a39f0a37c1977390641b793516624781ed48d5
MD5     teamredminer.exe  d88b2e8ec69b394dc4d1df1325fd51d8
Linux binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      f79aaf3cd5c2925d9a0565ffdced99f2de139d3025300ab21f9294f45debf65a
MD5     teamredminer      0f291eca3c940013badee6cabf1c1100
Linux armhf binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      1ba0d746609fd260cfc2cb548c34b7867ec3db2bc2d991ea166e9f7d690d3b3f
MD5     teamredminer      4bf9a22ef25b39afd245b203919155fe

Team Red Miner v0.10.6

This release primarily adds support for CVP13 and VCU/BCU FPGA boards, but also includes a fix to allow Kaspa mining on MiningRigRentals.

README highlights:

  • General: Added fix for Kaspa mining on MiningRigRentals.
  • FPGA: Added Kaspa support for CVP13 and VCU1525 clones (BCU, BTU, ECU)
  • FPGA: Renamed E300 to E335C in preparation for supporting additional FPGA devices on E300 boards.
  • FPGA: Fixed broken TH53 temp/voltages display.
Windows binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer.exe  2c9853d29fb1474ed00ac73477adc27e245d554a2ba907d31b06e569f359214a
MD5     teamredminer.exe  2e5e53b6d948f05e5174f6a4a4fcc554
Linux binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      aca42c37690081a02d5c543a83ba06c743d7a7d7909a3d1187d7fcf20d06b1f4
MD5     teamredminer      a5526a22b7bdb12fb8ec71916b57a7a2
Linux armhf binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      8f2e17a004a3388b16023cbfd622d4d0d295125a7817b1ffbb1cf393a4634e75
MD5     teamredminer      d6fc15816517c4fe860db0df0603d3e9

Team Red Miner v0.10.5.1

Bugfix release replacing v0.10.5. All gpu miners running single algo kaspa using v0.10.5 should upgrade.

README highlights:

  • GPU: Kaspa single algo – fixed critical bug sometimes delaying shares, resulting in pool rejects.
  • GPU: Kaspa single algo – fixed solo mining against the Kaspa stratum bridge or other setups with no extranonce sent.
Windows binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer.exe  2377e69aadfe5029e1bb39e61bc000db70b354cade216196f2d31be5a3f5e800
MD5     teamredminer.exe  f819f57db07f4ecc9f3c1f044ed2f98e
Linux binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      fc49953a88727693fe37050027ec5d758094366034acc22b287922df5c7559b2
MD5     teamredminer      0c3173708637089aff57e4c7f3717c99
Linux armhf binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      ffe2fae5689e00c10d2df0fc048dd1daf02e057fd9973c4f47c91f5649bcbd6c
MD5     teamredminer      ea8485d0fe34bf230026c9dcfc68e83d	

Team Red Miner v0.10.5

The release brings dual Ethash+Kaspa mining for GPUs and Kaspa single algo support for FPGAs. For more details GPU users should check out DUAL_ETH_MINING.txt, and FPGA users should read through FPGA_KASPA_GUIDE.txt.

README highlights:

  • GPU: Kaspa single algo mining rewritten for minimal latency, optimizing for the Kaspa 1 sec block time.
  • GPU: Ethash+Kaspa dual mining now added, use –kas … –kas_end. The setup is identical to ETH+TON. See the update DUAL_ETH_MINING.txt guide for more details.
  • FPGA: Added KASPA single algo mining.
  • FPGA: Added core clock throttling based on regulator current limits for devices that support it (C1100, U50C, FK33)
  • FPGA: Added additional –debug voltage/current measurement prints for devices that support it (C1100, U50C, FK33)
Windows binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer.exe  98c300058f1a8a38bd4d4ae2f32d2bf079837734600da83596e2ea82a7e37891
MD5     teamredminer.exe  792ebe19733ebc4d2dbb0aeb38400bfb
Linux binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      9a7c92ce79edf31bf2ec2a56d64de6a46bad40a8157219018d436fc89a9b23fa
MD5     teamredminer      2e88adc223f45b3acc5c7776367d0e5a
Linux armhf binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      7a1fff83a6b613562459b7d44e381b6be309b8e25261a5fd3d24268afed0e80e
MD5     teamredminer      57677bf23291d9f63e2a27d056efbf07

Team Red Miner v0.10.4.1

Patch release fixing KASPA kernels for Radeon VIIs on PAL drivers (windows and older linux OpenCL) and gfx1011/1012 gpus like BC-160 and 5500XT.

README highlights:

  • GPU: Fixed Kaspa kernels for BC-160 (gfx1011) and Radeon VII family on older PAL drivers.
  • GPU: Fixed rare cases of ethash false alerts of dead gpus.
Windows binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer.exe  58b7f8e2eeceb87dd98b36a3596ff282b82a49dda463ee71865a5ed8a0204d69
MD5     teamredminer.exe  98e102e048185d79b85a6bdc9e22fb3e
Linux binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      deba915a4fbf208a094f7a9c0bf5743e8b4ad1d982ec419f310cd3feef7f4a3b
MD5     teamredminer      a17c165917e7dd375addc56201ca8b01
Linux armhf binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      8cbb5655f462dbaf812b93e429970799cf5454cbf985e36c525a8270c00ec320
MD5     teamredminer      0ffa727149f4c8758b4965c44774a0d6

Team Red Miner v0.10.2

Ethash “smooth power” patch release fixing a few small issues in v0.10.1. Also, we’ve written a small overview describing what this feature is about. It’s available here: smooth power overview.

README highlights:

  • GPU: Tweaked Polaris ethash tuning to work better with the new smooth-power setup.
  • GPU: Fix for Autolykos crashing on Polaris and 4GB GPUs.
  • GPU: Fix for Eth+Ton dual mining crashes with new smooth-power setup.
Main executable file hash info:
Windows binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer.exe  e35abaee6131910e4a8753ebba74c2a3628714db379a33373bb6913f88371c9c
MD5     teamredminer.exe  8915d11eff42e75983159947a9c1e748
Linux binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      a138bbed75361838f9e1c26e1d1167619a2393e40821731610b5cee585fec7ae
MD5     teamredminer      9351169eeebda5d277ace3033b1fb071
Linux armhf binary checksums
SHA256  teamredminer      bdd452d50b3735e8d6e14ab144fcd0c0f24a4e93d5e31419953fb543c69942fd
MD5     teamredminer      2e6c9e44739f84342ba0372831854fa3