The new driver from graphics card manufacturer AMD is designed to improve the functionality of graphics cards used for mining.
AMD has developed a new software designed specifically for the mining of cryptos. On its website, the graphics card manufacturer describes the “Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition Beta for Blockchain Compute” as a beta-level-support-driver, which is intended to optimize the effectiveness of the calculative work of the blockchain. In the future, miners should be able to generate new tokens faster and easier. Further updatres, upgrades or bug repairs are not intended for the driver.
This brings further development into the market for graphics cards, which are aimed at the mining of tokens. As already reported, the hardware manufacturer Asus had already issued its own graphics card for the Mining. The CEO of AMD competitor Nvidia also commented on the topic. The emergence of new technologies to improve the mining efficiency creates an interesting alternative for investors to circumvent the currently heated prices on the crypto market.
Users should note that the new software is available only for the Operating Systems of the Microsoft Windows Platforms Windows 10 and Windows 7. The Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is required to install the driver. The user must be registered as administrator or have administrator rights during installation. If you want to install Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition Beta for Blockchain Compute on an Apple product, you should contact the manufacturer regarding the use of the driver.
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