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From the README of BFGminer, I see:

The totals line shows the following:
 6/32   75.0C | 171.3/170.8/171.2Gh/s | A:729 R:8+0(.01%) HW:0/.81%

Each column is as follows:
  The number of devices and processors currently mining
  Hottest temperature reported by any processor

I don't see the temperature column.

Does this mean I have the incorrect Windows drivers?

Does it mean I need to pass a parameter to BFGminer?

  • Your temperature is 75.0C – Willtech May 2 '18 at 11:57
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Not all miners return temperature information, it's only shown when available.

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For example with a Block Erupter, there's none to show.

  • So what are my options for using the Block Erupters? If I leave them overnight, can they be damaged by overheating? – Steve Dec 24 '17 at 3:08
  • There's no point in using them, they make something like $0.00000048 a day. – Anonymous Dec 24 '17 at 3:14
  • I don't mind, I'm running an experiment. – Steve Dec 24 '17 at 6:03

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