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February 11, 2018, 05:54:40 AM
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I dont use any of those complicated software with built in miners. I use Teamviewer, and mine on Nicehash. If a rig goes down i get an Email after 10 minutes, and i go on teamviewer on my mobile phone and check what the issue is. I can restart my rig, i can do anything as i am at the computer.

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February 11, 2018, 06:16:24 AM
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I saw someone in a thread a week or so ago tell another member that he clearly isn't a pro because he IS using AwesomeMiner. I have read many threads about AM since as I really like the customization and monitoring abilities of it, but I haven't seen anyone say anything else negative. Was this just an isolating thing or is there really a reason why people running true mining rigs would stay away from AwesomeMiner?

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February 11, 2018, 09:00:16 AM
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Are using Claymore? It has management built in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11hTGlEqti0 if you use it over the internet make sure it is in read-only mode.

I use that and it works reliably.
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February 11, 2018, 10:31:40 AM
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I saw someone in a thread a week or so ago tell another member that he clearly isn't a pro because he IS using AwesomeMiner. I have read many threads about AM since as I really like the customization and monitoring abilities of it, but I haven't seen anyone say anything else negative. Was this just an isolating thing or is there really a reason why people running true mining rigs would stay away from AwesomeMiner?

I think that was a typo that the other member made. Usually non-pro (noob) is considered use Nicehash. I started with Nicehash which was very easy to setup and maintain, while it worked. Once they were hacked and offline, I had to find another solution, and I'm glad I went thru that growing pain. Awesome Miner is never down because it's run locally and it profit switches among the pools you assign. If one of those pools goes down, no problem, since you'll have plenty of backup pools which means downtime for your rigs is as close to zero as possible.

Negatives/downsides would bet he learning curve, but that's the nature of crypto in general. With Nicehash, your primary concern is keeping your hardware up since Nicehash does the rest. With Awesome Miner, you must read the frequent patch notes and stay current with what new features are implemented so that you stay optimized. You must also update each rig's client manually, as far as I'm aware, so each patch can take me 30 minutes to install on server and my 10 GPU rigs. And starting out can be daunting if you're transitioning from something like Nicehash or Winminer.
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