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April 19, 2022, 03:05:12 PM
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That's if ETH failed to swap PoW algo for PoS algo, 6gb GPUs won't stop been hot cake for miners because they support many other algorithms as well.

Gtx 1060 GPUs are still working. They will continue to earn money for those who want to use it in mining. All this time they have been doing good work for The and other algorithms. They consume a little more energy than newly released GPUs. This is perfectly normal.
It won't be once 23MH earns miners 0.22$ per day, there won't be enough to pay for the electricity bill unless the miners have free solar power or something else, in this area I believe the RX580 8GB is a better option, power consumption wise.

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April 20, 2022, 09:09:14 AM
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That's if ETH failed to swap PoW algo for PoS algo, 6gb GPUs won't stop been hot cake for miners because they support many other algorithms as well.

Gtx 1060 GPUs are still working. They will continue to earn money for those who want to use it in mining. All this time they have been doing good work for The and other algorithms. They consume a little more energy than newly released GPUs. This is perfectly normal.
It won't be once 23MH earns miners 0.22$ per day, there won't be enough to pay for the electricity bill unless the miners have free solar power or something else, in this area I believe the RX580 8GB is a better option, power consumption wise.
I don't understand what you are arguing about. The RX580 and Gtx 1060 are both old GPUs and will be obsolete once Ethereum mining ends. I have both RX480 and Gtx 1060 and they only mine ethereum. But I don't recommend them for beginners.

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April 20, 2022, 07:06:15 PM
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RX580s are good gpu for Ravencoin and Ergo, its not as if they will be useless once ETH merge is completed, also they have 8GB memory onboard so even if the merge never takes place you can still continue to mine with 580s, the problem lies in its power consumption.

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