If you want to make money on your equipment, it's time to start mining Zcash through CUDA miner Zcash. This program is optimized for Nvidia, runs on the Windows x64 platform, as well as Linux x64.
Download the archive with the miner from this link: https://mega.nz/#!rvpVBTja!MGG5grZROAFv ... mJwNdUaw7g
CUDA Zcash Miner
has a built-in board for the developer, which is set at 2%, which means that every 10 minutes the software will switch to another pool and will work for the developer, and then go back to work for you. The author of the software says about the speed of about 250 H / s for the Nvidia GTX 1070, while the NiceHash EQM miner is currently running at about 220 H / s on a single GPU. Preliminary tests showed a hash of about 235-240 H / s on average (up to 250 H / s) on the GTX 1070, which is slightly faster, but could be faster.
Performance is not particularly large, it seems, this affects the switch to mining for the developer. Thus, while this may be an alternative for users wishing to move away from the use of NiceHash, the actual performance you can get in the pool is not much different from what is currently the best in NiceHash (with developer fees in mind). However, the latest updates show work on this shortcoming. In addition to increasing the speed, there is another pleasant surprise, although in the stock settings it is written that the program is written for the Pascal GPU, but it works with both 1GB memory cards and Compute Capability 2 (GeForce 4xx +).