Crypto Mining on Mac's: Trying out Kryptex on a MacBook Pro 16"



Video showing Kryptex benchmark results on a MacBook Pro 16″ (MacBook Pro16,4) 2.4GHz 8-Core 5600M. According to the miner, I could make $65 monthly mining with CPU and GPU. The miner feels very basic and hides a lot of the details we want to see in console. It makes it extremely easy for a beginner miner. You manage pretty everything in the Kryptex web console. It used RandomX algo to mine with the Intel Core i9-9980HK CPU and DaggerHashimoto ETH to mine with the AMD Radeon Pro 5600M GPU. You will see hashrates for each in the video. Visit https://cryptominingonmacs.com/ for the latest crypto mining software and install guides for macOS and Windows Boot Camp.

Benchmarks:
DaggerHashimoto ETH – 29.08 MH/s
DaggerHashimoto EXP – 27.29 MH/s
RandomX (CPU) – 1847.95 H/s
RandomX – 208.46 H/s
Cuckarooz29
KawPow – 8.54 MH/s
BeamHashIII
Ubqhash – 28.12 MH/s

System:
Apple MacBook Pro 16-Inch (2019) (MacBookPro16,4)
macOS Catalina 10.15.7
2.4GHz 8‑core (16 Virtual Cores) Intel I9-9980HK Turbo Boost 5.0GHz
64GB 2667MHz of SDRAM memory
2TB SSD storage
AMD Radeon Pro 5600M 8G
Windows 10: Windows 10 Home Single 64-Bit 10.0 Build 19041.
Boot Camp Version: 6.1.8034

AMD Radeon Pro 5600M Windows Boot Camp Info:
Radeon Pro Software Version: 19.50.32.01
Radeon Pro Settings Version: 2020.0420.1031.18946
Driver Packaging Version: 19.50.32.01
Provider: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
2D Driver Version: 8.1.1.1634
Direct3D® Version: 9.14.10.01432
OpenGL® Version 26.20.11000.13587
AMD Audio Driver Version: 10.0.1.12
Vulkan™ Driver Version: 2.0.137
Vulkan™ API Version: 1.2.133

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