xmrig-amd - Monero AMD (OpenCL) miner

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⚠️ You must update miners to version 2.5 before April 6 due Monero PoW change. XMRig is high performance Monero (XMR) OpenCL miner, with the official full Windows support.

https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig-amd

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