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Author Topic: Replacing Nicehash legacy miners?  (Read 29 times)
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February 10, 2018, 07:53:33 PM
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I'm trying to figure out the best way to use the nicehash legacy client and replace the miners     "Claymore's Dual Ethereum" and HSRMiner and even the bcash miner.

Is the trick just to rename the miners and find the correct folder in the bin or bin3rdparty and rename Claymores's to match the .exe name?

Is there another solution or easier way to go about this that i'm missing?  I only have 2 video cards and would like to see if I can get the NiceHash legacy client to pick what is most profitable at the moment with the correct miner.

Any help/guidane would be appreciated!  I've done a fair amount of searching on the forum and can't seam to find the answer as for example the last update to Claymores says compatible w/ nicehash.  Does this mean the legacy client or you can just use the pools and manually switch?
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