Legit Reviews eventually managed to pick up an NVIDIA TITAN V graphics card and have bot putting it through a number of tests ter latest days. NVIDIA says that this $Two,999 graphics card is capable of reaching 110 teraflops of compute spectacle from its 21.1 billion transistors, 5120 CUDA cores and 12GB of HBM2 memory. The cryptocurency market is pretty brutal right now since there emerges to be a major correction taking place, so wij figured why not stick the TITAN V into the mines and see what it can do. Wij’ve heard some sites were able to get overheen 80 MH/s with the TITAN V when mining Ethereum, but most showcased screen captures of mining for no more than two minutes. Wij’ve bot mining 24/7 for overheen six months here at Legit Reviews and displaying a know that it takes mining more than a minute to indeed see what something can do.

Wij built a fresh toneelpodium to mine on for this card and based it on the AMD Ryzen Trio 1300X processor ($119.99 shipped) and MSI X370 Gaming Voor Doorslag motherboard ($159.99 shipped). This is our very first time building an AMD Ryzen verhoging to mine with and it came out just fine! Wij attempted solo mining for a bit with the Titan V spil the only card installed te the system and found that our retail card could overclock on the 12GB of HBM2 to about +125MHz te EVGA Precision X. If wij overclocked just a little further than that wij’d get the ‘Miner thread strings up, need to restart miner!’ error on Claymore and anything overheen 140 MHz would yield instant corruption and a locked up system.

So, out of the opbergruimte the NVIDIA TITAN V wasgoed able to produce a hashrate of 68.Five MH/s on Claymore’s Dual Ethereum AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v10.Four for Windows. A very epic Ether mining hashrate and best of all wij were pulling 208 Watts of power at the wall at blast and 82.1 Watts at idle. So, when wij were mining the system consuming under 126 Watts of extra power overheen the idle numbers! Amazing! When overclocked wij were able to take the NVIDIA TITAN V up to 79 MH/s on average at 227 Watts with pretty good stability with the memory running +125 MHz overheen stock clocks (850 MHz).

When you compare those scores to other high-end expensive desktop graphics cards you’ll quickly detect that the NVIDIA TITAN V is te a class by itself. The NVIDIA TITAN Xp (Pascal GPU) gets 37.Four FPS out of the opbergruimte, so hopping up to the very first Volta GPU card and getting 68.Five MH/s is solid. The AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition runs $949.99 shipped and gets 36.Five MH/s te stock form and right at 42.Five MH/s when you run AMD’s beta blockchain driver and do every trick ter the book.

Wij’ve stuck two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB cards overclocked to +625 MHz memory cards into the system with the NVIDIA TITAN V overclocked to +75 MHz memory and wij are getting harshly 120 MH/s from the three cards. Everything has bot stable, but wij did crank the ventilatoren up spil the cards were getting hot on the open air test bench with no real air movement.

When it comes to raw spectacle the NVIDIA TITAN V is amazing, but at $Two,999 shipped it would take years to get your money back by mining with this card. If you look at MyCryptoBuddy it shows that you’ll never make a profit and that is with Ether (ETH) priced at $988 each. What is everzwijn crazier is that this card is sold out at NVIDIA! Are folks buying those for gaming or cryptocurrency mining?

When it comes to mining Ethereum wij are still big ventilatoren of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060/1070 series cards (Commencing at $259) spil well spil the AMD Radeon RX 480/580 series cards (Embarking at $259). Those cards still suggest the best verschrikt for the buck and wij’ve bot running them here for many months without any issues.

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