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Author Topic: New NVIDIA GPU Mining Chipset NV P106-100...which model?  (Read 14159 times)
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June 15, 2017, 01:51:30 AM
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300+ for a 1060 based mining card is a joke.

 Get it under $150 and they might get some interest.

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June 15, 2017, 02:03:14 AM
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for nvidia release such card that must mean they are pissed off, amd sold all their cards while nvidia ceo must be crying in a corner. You ready? hehe
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June 15, 2017, 02:40:18 AM
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More like NVidia wants to cash in on the cryptomining frenzy - but they don't seem to understand where they need to target.

 Interesting factoid, NVidia website seems to be down right now.....

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June 16, 2017, 08:01:37 AM
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well that is 1060 performance per card right there??!
why bother releasing a mining card if not significantly faster eh?

 Lower cost and higher efficiency.

 I expect a "mining" GTX 1060 varient to use 20-30% less power than a non-mining varient at the same clocks, due to no video circuitry + disabling all of the non-mining-related parts of the GPU itself in the BIOS.

 Same reason a R9 290 with a BIOS from TheStilt runs a LOT cooler and lower power usage even if you DON'T use one of the undervolt varients, only more so.

 It also is apparently going to carry a MSRP about $50 lower, probably due largely to the removal of a lot of circuitry - but the postings from retailers I've seen claiming to have the card have all listed it as a somewhat inflated price.
 They need to get it under $200 to make it interesting.

 It should also run cooler at the same clocks.


 I suspect they will also change the BIOS to tighten up the memory timings somewhat (something else those TheStilt BIOS did) to increase hashrage, but the folks claiming 60 Mh/s out of the rumored 1080 varient are full of .... something. That GDDR 5x latency is STILL going to kill hashrate, they'll be lucky to get to 45 and I'd expect 35-40 at best.


 
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June 16, 2017, 08:17:17 AM
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what is the hash rate for ZOTAC P106-100 6GB GDDR5?. vendor is offering 20 GPUs and each $224.00 . Is it good card for mining ETH and what is the best hash for this? Please let me know your experiences. Is it worth to buy for ETH or other coins?

 Probably very similar to existing GTX 1060 6GB cards, but probably a little lower power usage.

 Given the card doesn't appear to actually be in production yet though (soon it appears), NOBODY KNOWS for sure quite yet.

 $224 seems a bit high though - you should try to talk them down to $200 at most especially given the quantity minimum.

(edit) well, now that 1060 consumer card pricing is going through the roof, perhaps you SHOULD grab them at $224.

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