Edit configuration of the miner

Inside the installation folder, you will now find additional text files storing your configuration: config.txt, cpu.txt, pools.txt and amd.txt/nvidia.txt, expert.json.

1. In pools.txt, you can change your wallet address and pools configuration.
2. The other files are meant for tweaking the behavior and performance of your miner.
   *Each text file has explanations on each setting. 
   *We recommend keeping the default settings for mining TUBE, as they are already optimized.

If something went wrong with the setup process and you need to start over, you can simply delete all these configuration text files and run bittube-miner.exe again.

Setting startup parameters (optional)

Mining TUBE is only efficient on GPUs. To make sure your CPU cores are not mining too, you can disable CPU support using a batch file with startup parameter –noCPU (two dashes).

  1. Create a new file named start_nocpu.bat using notepad.
  2. Save As → All types.

    Containing:
start /b bittube-miner –noCPU
	

If you are an AMD user, it is recommended to include additional driver-related parameters to the batch file to improve performance, like so:

setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 1 setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100 setx GPU_MAX_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1 setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100 setx GPU_MAX_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
	
start /b bittube-miner –noCPU
	
3. Run this batch file instead of bittube-miner.exe directly. 
For xmr-stak, the advice is the same and you should just change “bittube-miner” to “xmr-stak” inside the batch file.

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