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We'll list our optimized settings below, but here are the results. Our Vega cards are also reference models and were far more finnicky than other GPUs. For Nvidia's Turing GPUs, performance again correlates pretty much directly with memory bandwidth, though with a few interesting exceptions.
Notice that the Super, Super, and Super all end up with nearly identical performance? That's not an error. The odd bit is that the Super requires substantially higher memory clocks to get there. Most likely the memory timings on the GDDR6 in the Super are more relaxed looser , so even though bandwidth is higher, bandwidth plus latency ends up balancing out.
The Ti and Super are basically the same speed, though we had better luck with memory overclocking on the Super. That reduces power use and temperatures and boosts overall efficiency. Stepping back one generation further to Pascal GTX series , the approach changes a bit. Maximum memory clocks are still critical, but core clocks start to matter more—the architecture isn't tuned for compute as much as Turing and Ampere.
We got our best results by overclocking the GPU core and memory speed, but then setting a power limit. Tweaking AMD's previous generation GPUs is a bit different, in that rather than limiting the power, the best approach is to tune the voltage and clock speed. Not surprisingly, the older the GPUs get, the lower the hash rates and efficiency become. Let's start with the previous generation and move back from there. Move back to the Vega architecture and the large memory bandwidth that comes from HBM2 comes into play.
But Vega was also a power-hungry architecture, and it benefits from turning down the GPU clocks. That gave mining clocks of MHz. Vega 64 and Vega 56 used similar settings, but half the memory capacity and bus width limits performance quite a bit relative to the Radeon VII. Also, our results on the reference blower cards are probably far less than ideal—just about any custom Vega card would be a better choice than these blowers. We experienced a lot of crashing on the two Vega cards while trying to tune performance.
And then there's Polaris. Much like the Pascal GPUs, our tuning efforts took more time and effort. Besides setting a low voltage of mV, depending on the card, we set the memory timings to level2 in Radeon Settings, and that gave the best results with reasonable power use. Here's a gallery of all the 'tuned' settings we used for the legacy cards. Use at your own risk, and know that some cards prefer different miner software or simply fail to work with certain miners. Is it possible to improve over our results?
This is just a baseline set of performance figures and data, using our specific samples. Again, non-reference cards often perform a bit better, and if you want to research VBIOS flashing and hardware modding it's possible to hit higher hash rates. But out of the box, these are numbers that just about any card using one of these GPUs should be able to match.
This brings us to the final point we want to make. Suppose you already have a graphics card and want to mine using your GPU's spare cycles. In that case, it might be worth considering, particularly if you live in an area where power isn't super expensive. At the same time, we strongly recommend against 'redlining' your card for maximum hashrate at all costs. They will burn out if you run them that way. We also have serious concerns with any component temperature that's consistently at or above C or really, even 90C.
Will it be long enough to recover the cost of the card? That's the big unknown. Here's the thing to remember: Cryptocurrencies are extremely volatile. This means that, as fast as the price shot up, it could plummet just as quickly. At one point, it might have been possible to break even on the cost of a new GPU in a few months. These days, it would take more than a year at current rates, assuming nothing changes.
It could go up, but the opposite is more likely. Just ask the GameStop 'investors' how that worked out if you think the sky's the limit. Again, if you already have a GPU, putting it into service isn't a terrible idea — it's your hardware, do with it what you please. Paying extreme prices for mid-range hardware to try and build your own personal mining mecca, on the other hand, is a big risk.
You might do fine, you might do great, or you might end up with a lot of extra PC hardware and debt. Plus, what about all the gamers that would love to buy a new GPU right now and they can't? Somebody, please think of the gamers! Anyway, if you're looking for additional information, here is our list of the best mining GPUs , and we've checked profitability and daily returns of each GPU. Just remember to account for power costs and cash out enough coins to cover that, and then hopefully you won't get caught holding the bag.
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Topics Graphics. See all comments Pandering to the enemy. We are not pleased. Kudos for the information though. Phaaze88 said:. Oh well Toms Hardware has hit a topic thats not realy welcome in the pc gaming community, they should also include sites for the miners where they can get the last few available Gpus as well, we will just sit on the side line and watch Tommy offer advice to miners. While its true that mining is making new GPU purchases difficult I would argue that this article is valid and should be appreciated.
I mean look.. These cards literally pay for them self in time so we gamers might as well make the purchase a little bit easier lol As for availability if anyone is having issues buying a series I would suggest hitting up the Microcenter discord servers. They have the inventory delivery's posted, times, numbers ect. Not that hard to get one if you know where to look.
I grabbed my in 2 days. I'm very anti mining: It causes artificial inflation on component prices It's bad for the environment in general. So I updated my minersgate so I can mine classic. Am I able to mine both Classic and Ethereum? Or is the new Minersgate only Ethereum classic? Looks like this issue needs to be investigated by our team. Hello, you can mine both currencies in the version 6. I had lost the coin is obtained on minergate. We will be updating it soon. I had some balance in Etherium with MinerGate before the fork.
Had not logged in for a long while. At the moment of the fork you had balance in both, so where is my share of Eth Classic now? How to start mining Ethereum classic? Just download our updated GUI miner , launch it and start mining in two clicks.
You can follow this brief GUI miner guide to get additional information. To use a popular Ethminer fork, Genoil, download it from here. More on Ethereum classic: Website Bitcointalk thread.
Obtain suitable hardware. ✅ Ethereum Classic can be efficiently mined with GPU mining machines. Obtain a wallet address. You'll need to get a wallet address if you don't have one already. Obtain mining software.