The MemoryCoin Wallet now comes with the super-fast YAM pool miner - users have been reporting up to 3X and 4X speed increases on their AES-NI CPUs with this miner, so it’s a highly recommended update.

There’s also a wallet with no external miner - use this if you’re not interested in mining, and just want to use the wallet.

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  • After I installed this upgrade, I don’t see a way to select how many processes I want to run while mining. It’s all either on or off now. But I find that I can hardly use my computer for anything else while mining at full speed, so how do I adjust that? Mining with 4 out of 8 processes used to work well, so can someone please tell me how to select that setting now?

  • yam miner allocates all 1 gb memory per thread. for example, let’s assume you have 4 cores and 4 gb ram in your machine.

    if you run the miner with 4 cores, yam miner will try to use all of your machine’s ram. since your machine needs ram, it will slow your computer down.

    for the optimal experience, look at your free memory before starting miner. if you have 2.3 gb free memory, run it with 2 thread. if you have 1.6 gb free memory, run it with 1 thread.

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