ETH Mining Video Card Performance Database

mnewxcv

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Let's use this thread to be the go-to for mining performance information when mining ETH. Post what card you have including memory brand, what your OC/PL is, and what the board power draw is. It can be used as a reference for people trying to optimize their card or just curious about what cards are best and their given performance. If you set a custom locked core frequency, list it with the voltage, otherwise, list the core offset. I'll start.

use this format in your post:
GPU MODEL and MEM | Core Clock | Memory Clock | Power Limit | MH/s | Board Power | Card Info | Miner | Your Username

GTX 1060 6G:
GTX 1060 6G Micron | 1809MHz 900mV | +700MHz | 100% | 24.1MH/s | 84w | EVGA SSC Gaming | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

GTX 1070 8G:
GTX 1070 8G Samsung | 1923MHz 962mV | +200Mhz | 100% | 27.4MH/s | 110w | Dell | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

GTX 1080 8G:
GTX 1080 8G Micron | 1746MHz 850mV | +525MHz | 100% | 24.2MH/s | 98w | MSI Aero | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

GTX 1660 6G:
GTX 1660 6G Micron | 1335MHz 700mV | +650MHz | 100% | 25.5MH/s | 58w | Asus Phoenix | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

RTX 2060 6G:
RTX 2060 KO 6G Samsung | 1095MHz 700mV | +1000Mhz | 100% | 32.4MH/s | 71w | EVGA KO Ultra Gaming | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

RTX 2070 Super 8G:
RTX 2070 Super 8G Samsung | 1380MHz 700mV | +700MHz | 100% | 41.4MH/s | 84w | EVGA FTW3 Ultra | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

RTX 3060 Ti 8G:
RTX 3060 Ti 8G Samsung | 1560MHz 750mV | +950MHz | 100% | 59.2MH/s | 122w | Founders | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv
RTX 3060 Ti 8G SAMSUNG | -500 Mhz | +2200 MHz | N/A | 60.85 MH/s | 130W | MSI Ventus 2X OC | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3060 Ti 8G SAMSUNG | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 62.05 MH/s | 130W | MSI Ventus 2X OC | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44

RTX 3070 8G:
RTX 3070 8G Samsung | +0 (~1335MHz) 0.762V | 8000 MHz (+1200 MHz) | 55% | 60 MH/s | 120W | Zotac RTX 3070 Twin Edge | T-Rex Miner | Parja

RTX 3080 10G:
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 92.34 MH/s | 209W | MSI Gaming X Trio | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 100.47 MH/s | 225W | EVGA FTW3 Ultra Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2600 MHz | N/A | 101.00 MH/s | 230W | EVGA FTW3 Ultra Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2600 MHz | N/A | 101.00 MH/s | 230W | ASUS TUF Gaming OC | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44

RTX 3090 24G:
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 119.10 MH/s | 300W | ASUS ROG STRIX Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 121.36 MH/s | 300W | PNY XLR8 Gaming Uprising Epic-X | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 122.80 MH/s | 300W | Founder's Edition | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
 
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ANARCHY44

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Sweet! I'm brand new to mining myself, but would be happy to add some data.

Perhaps also consider adding 2 additional fields for which pool and what OS is being used into the format (Windows, Linux, Hive OS, etc.)?

All of the following are on Hive OS and the HiveOn pool. I have yet to go in and optimize/tinker with each card. Currently sitting at about a 3% stale share rate; going to be experimenting with trying different pools over the next few weeks to see which gives the least stale %.

All of these are performing great, besides the MSI 3080 Gaming X Trio. I suspect this particular model has a garbage VRAM thermal solution out of the box, as I'm setting the power target as 225W but only managing to get it to draw 209W, likely due to throttling from the GDDR6X not being cooled sufficiently. Going to have to buy some thermal pads and see if I can get the hash rate up. MSI seem to be bottom barrel in general in terms of how robust their PCB design is and their thermal solutions. They're also the trashest possible pick in terms of pricing. Fuck MSI, but a 3080 is 3080.

RTX 3090:
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 122.80 MH/s | 300W | Founder's Edition | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 121.36 MH/s | 300W | PNY XLR8 Gaming Uprising Epic-X | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 119.10 MH/s | 300W | ASUS ROG STRIX Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44

RTX 3080:
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 100.47 MH/s | 225W | EVGA FTW3 Ultra Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 92.34 MH/s | 209W | MSI Gaming X Trio | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44

RTX 3060 Ti:
RTX 3060 Ti 24G SAMSUNG | -500 Mhz | +2200 MHz | N/A | 60.85 MH/s | 130W | MSI Ventus 2X OC | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
 
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vegeta535

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Let's use this thread to be the go-to for mining performance information when mining ETH. Post what card you have including memory brand, what your OC/PL is, and what the board power draw is. It can be used as a reference for people trying to optimize their card or just curious about what cards are best and their given performance. If you set a custom locked core frequency, list it with the voltage, otherwise, list the core offset. I'll start.

use this format in your post:
GPU MODEL and MEM | Core Clock | Memory Clock | Power Limit | MH/s | Board Power | Card Info | Miner | Your Username

GTX 1060 6G:
GTX 1060 6G Micron | 1809MHz 900mV | +700MHz | 100% | 24.1MH/s | 84w | EVGA SSC Gaming | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

GTX 1070 8G:
GTX 1070 8G Samsung | 1923MHz 962mV | +200Mhz | 100% | 27.4MH/s | 110w | Dell | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

GTX 1080 8G:
GTX 1080 8G Micron | 1746MHz 850mV | +525MHz | 100% | 24.2MH/s | 98w | MSI Aero | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

GTX 1660 6G:
GTX 1660 6G Micron | 1335MHz 700mV | +650MHz | 100% | 25.5MH/s | 58w | Asus Phoenix | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

RTX 2060 6G:
RTX 2060 KO 6G Samsung | 1095MHz 700mV | +1000Mhz | 100% | 32.4MH/s | 71w | EVGA KO Ultra Gaming | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

RTX 2070 Super 8G:
RTX 2070 Super 8G Samsung | 1380MHz 700mV | +700MHz | 100% | 41.4MH/s | 84w | EVGA FTW3 Ultra | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv

RTX 3060 Ti 8G:
RTX 3060 Ti 8G Samsung | 1560MHz 750mV | +950MHz | 100% | 59.2MH/s | 122w | Founders | Phoenix 5.4c | mnewxcv
RTX 3060 Ti 24G SAMSUNG | -500 Mhz | +2200 MHz | N/A | 60.85 MH/s | 130W | MSI Ventus 2X OC | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44

RTX 3080 10G:
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 92.34 MH/s | 209W | MSI Gaming X Trio | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 100.47 MH/s | 225W | EVGA FTW3 Ultra Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44

RTX 3090 24G:
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 119.10 MH/s | 300W | ASUS ROG STRIX Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 121.36 MH/s | 300W | PNY XLR8 Gaming Uprising Epic-X | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 122.80 MH/s | 300W | Founder's Edition | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
How the hell people getting +2500Mhz on memory on the ftw3 ultra? If I do over 750Mhz I get a lot of rejects and my MH/s drops. I get between 90-95 MH/s with -200 +750 at 60% power which is around 230w.
 
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mnewxcv

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How the hell people getting +2500Mhz on memory on the ftw3 ultra? If I out it over 750Mhz I get a lot of rejects and my MH/s drops. I get between 90-95 MH/s with -200 +750 at 60% power which is around 230w.
that is a question for ANARCHY44 , I have no idea.
 

ANARCHY44

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How the hell people getting +2500Mhz on memory on the ftw3 ultra? If I do over 750Mhz I get a lot of rejects and my MH/s drops. I get between 90-95 MH/s with -200 +750 at 60% power which is around 230w.
I run Hive OS on my mining rig, so the memory overclocks on there is comparable to 2x what you would see in an MSI Afterburner / Windows overclock. My cards are also in an open air rig, whereas your's might be in a case, which very likely significantly reduces your thermal solution's ability to keep the VRAM cool enough to achieve a higher OC.

Also, I just want to say that this 3090 FE is a straight-up BEAST! It is running cooler and hashing higher than a ROG STRIX 3090 using the same exact settings, in the same exact rig. Average hashrate for the 3090 FE for the past 12 hours is 123.4 MH/s—Goddamn!!!
 
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ANARCHY44

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Going to be buying some large sheets of thermal pads and going through all my cards to make sure the GDDR6X is properly cooled later this week.

For now, I tweaked some settings a bit to eek out the hashrate a tiny bit more, and have some more info on a few new cards.

RTX 3080:
(update to previous entry) RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2600 MHz | N/A | 101.00 MH/s | 230W | EVGA FTW3 Ultra Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3080 10G MICRON | -200 Mhz | +2600 MHz | N/A | 101.00 MH/s | 230W | ASUS TUF Gaming OC | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44

RTX 3060 Ti:
(update to previous entry) RTX 3060 Ti 24G SAMSUNG | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 62.05 MH/s | 130W | MSI Ventus 2X OC | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
RTX 3060 Ti 24G SAMSUNG | -200 Mhz | +2500 MHz | N/A | 62.05 MH/s | 130W | EVGA XC3 Ultra Gaming | T-Rex Miner | ANARCHY44
 

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Parja

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RTX 3070 8G Samsung | +0 (~1335MHz) 0.762V | 8000 MHz (+1200 MHz) | 55% | 60 MH/s | 120W | Zotac RTX 3070 Twin Edge | T-Rex Miner | Parja
 

ANARCHY44

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Nice Parja ! I'm going to be putting together some 3070 rigs soon; I'm able to get a lot more of them than the 3060 Ti's, and the price difference is only $50-$150 so its not a huge deal considering the availability advantage. Not having too much luck downtrading via reddit and locally, and I don't have enough posts to post in the FS/FT section here haha.
 
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RTX 3090 24G MICRON | -500 Mhz | +3000 MHz | N/A | 123.40 MH/s | 335W | GIGABYTE RTX 3090 VISION OC | MinerStat Phoenix ETH | ELECTROLYSE
 
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FlawleZ

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Dumb question, but will any potato of a CPU work or is there a bare minimum necessary?
 

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Dumb question, but will any potato of a CPU work or is there a bare minimum necessary?
Any CPU will work for just a few cards. The cheapest Celeron you can find will work fine for up to about six or eight GPUs. On my former 12 card rigs a G4560 (2 Core 4 thread) would run at about 50% CPU. My cousin has the same boards and his bottom of the barrel 3ghz celerons would be hitting 85-90% with 12 cards. He did report his windows administration experience was annoyingly slow with 12 cards and a dual core celeron, but his hash rate wasn’t really affected. For the small increase in price, I’d choose one of the dual core/four thread Pentium chips over a celeron personally. The Pentium chips are very nearly as good as the I3 chips.
 

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Here's my mini rig I just setup, running 5 cards off one Seasonic 850w PSU.. had 6 on there but it would reboot right before it started to load.... pulling just under 650w at the wall.

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