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October 27, 2017, 01:24:23 PM
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any news or benchmarks for the newly released gtx 1070ti?
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October 27, 2017, 02:03:43 PM
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October 27, 2017, 02:52:15 PM
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They have not started shipping yet, so you will have to wait until sometime late next week before you start seeing any data available on how they perform.  I would say another week or two to really see stable results after everyone gets them and start OC them.  Once they have been running for a few days stable we will get an idea of how well they are performing and holding up against the 1070, 1080 and 1080ti.  I am looking forward to a comparison of these to decide which card I need to add next to my setup.

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October 27, 2017, 02:56:05 PM
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Some reviewers have been doing tear downs of 1070 Ti's but I doubt any of them will risk releasing benchmark information until Nov 2.  Maybe someone will leak some info before then but we'll just have to wait and see.
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October 27, 2017, 02:59:22 PM
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For now we can only assume. But logic states that the hashes should be somewhere between 1070 and 1080. Anything else would not make any sense at all.
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October 27, 2017, 04:49:36 PM
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I'm sure that the GTX 1070Ti will be a nice GPU, for gaming and mining.
But the problem is it's price.
The GTX 1070Ti is more expansive than the first price GTX 1080 (about 475 €).
If the 1070Ti price don't fall under 375 €, I'll buy a 1080 directly.
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October 27, 2017, 05:10:35 PM
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I see. yes it is priced very expensive,

there's some rumors that it can't be overclocked too.
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October 27, 2017, 05:13:44 PM
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I see. yes it is priced very expensive,

there's some rumors that it can't be overclocked too.
https://videocardz.com/73742/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1070-ti-custom-models-and-overclocking
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October 28, 2017, 03:23:29 PM
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I ordered three 1070 Ti to check out.

I noted that my 3x 1070 machines are faster at a few things (notably Neoscrypt) than my 3x 1080 machines -- so it stands to reason that the 1070 Ti may have some unique advantages on some algos.

I am running ZPOOL with every algo active with profit switching via NEMOS MINER.

I think I will make a spreadsheet comparing my setup types once the 1070 Ti cards arrive... basically $ vs. speed on each algo.

I generally run 4x 1060, 3x 1080, or 3x 1070 per system... so I will be testing 3x 1070 Ti.

The 4x 1060 systems are MUCH cheaper (can get 4 cards for $760 right now) so I have more of those than anything else.

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October 28, 2017, 03:31:12 PM
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It's specification has announced, we can roughly estimate its performance.
It has same memory bandwith and 26% more CUDA cores compared to 1070.
Maybe benchmark will show about 31Mh/s on ethereum and 600sol/s on Zcash.

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October 28, 2017, 07:55:09 PM
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It's specification has announced, we can roughly estimate its performance.
It has same memory bandwith and 26% more CUDA cores compared to 1070.
Maybe benchmark will show about 31Mh/s on ethereum and 600sol/s on Zcash.

 It won't outperform a GTX 1080 on Zcash - I'd guess more like 480-500 sol/s ballpark at optimal "full hash" settings.
 A hair fewer cores than the 1080, and the memory system isn't a big factor to Equihash algorithm.

 It SHOULD outperform the 1070 and 1080 on ETH, and I won't be shocked if it gets into the mid-30s like a 1080ti - but I suspect memory system will limit it to only a little better than the 1070.

 I'm putting one on pre-order later today to check it out - worst case it should fall into the same hash/$ ballpark as the other high-range NVidia Pascal cards on ZEC.





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October 28, 2017, 09:13:50 PM
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It's specification has announced, we can roughly estimate its performance.
It has same memory bandwith and 26% more CUDA cores compared to 1070.
Maybe benchmark will show about 31Mh/s on ethereum and 600sol/s on Zcash.

 It won't outperform a GTX 1080 on Zcash - I'd guess more like 480-500 sol/s ballpark at optimal "full hash" settings.
 A hair fewer cores than the 1080, and the memory system isn't a big factor to Equihash algorithm.

 It SHOULD outperform the 1070 and 1080 on ETH, and I won't be shocked if it gets into the mid-30s like a 1080ti - but I suspect memory system will limit it to only a little better than the 1070.

 I'm putting one on pre-order later today to check it out - worst case it should fall into the same hash/$ ballpark as the other high-range NVidia Pascal cards on ZEC.






im optimistic, i see it doing 550-600 sol/s (if it actually CAN be oveclocked), and 1080ti level ETH performance , 36-38mh/s, maybe more
400 on lbry would be cool too
i have alot of faith in them using that same GDRR5 mem as the 1070 being the big factor here, that shit ROCKS in compute workloads haha
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October 30, 2017, 02:36:06 AM
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I think alot of folks are too focused on JUST mining Eth or Zcash.

There are SO many algos out there!

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 It won't outperform a GTX 1080 on Zcash - I'd guess more like 480-500 sol/s ballpark at optimal "full hash" settings.
 A hair fewer cores than the 1080, and the memory system isn't a big factor to Equihash algorithm.


im optimistic, i see it doing 550-600 sol/s


 Probability zero, 1080 cards don't manage that reliable if at all.

 FEWER CORES = LOWER HASHRATE on Equihash, it will hash SLOWER than a 1080 though probably not by a lot since it's only a FEW less cores.

 It also seems to be the same GPU, with one "compute unit" disabled, so it's very unlikely to overclock more than the 1080 to a measurable degree if at all.
 Rated TDP seems to be the same as the 1080 cards, which makes sense since the GPU is so close. I could see it turning out to be 170-175 watt range instead though for "reference" level cards.


 Equihash algo used for ZCash/ZEN/ZCL and suck is not nearly as memory limited as the algo used for ETH, or the 1080 would NOT outperform the 1070 by a fair bit and the 1080ti wouldn't blow both completely out of the water.


 I talk about ETH and ZEC and their clones because that's where the money is - in terms of "total GPUs mining" ETH has more GPUs working then everything else combined, with ZEC in a solid second at a little less than half that (perhaps a third if enough ZEC miners are using NVidia cards) then a LONG drop to whatever is third at the time.


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October 30, 2017, 02:56:59 AM
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 It won't outperform a GTX 1080 on Zcash - I'd guess more like 480-500 sol/s ballpark at optimal "full hash" settings.
 A hair fewer cores than the 1080, and the memory system isn't a big factor to Equihash algorithm.


im optimistic, i see it doing 550-600 sol/s


 Probability zero, 1080 cards don't manage that reliable if at all.

 FEWER CORES = LOWER HASHRATE on Equihash, it will hash SLOWER than a 1080 though probably not by a lot since it's only a FEW less cores.

 It also seems to be the same GPU, with one "compute unit" disabled, so it's very unlikely to overclock more than the 1080 to a measurable degree if at all.
 Rated TDP seems to be the same as the 1080 cards, which makes sense since the GPU is so close. I could see it turning out to be 170-175 watt range instead though for "reference" level cards.


 Equihash algo used for ZCash/ZEN/ZCL and suck is not nearly as memory limited as the algo used for ETH, or the 1080 would NOT outperform the 1070 by a fair bit and the 1080ti wouldn't blow both completely out of the water.


 I talk about ETH and ZEC and their clones because that's where the money is - in terms of "total GPUs mining" ETH has more GPUs working then everything else combined, with ZEC in a solid second at a little less than half that (perhaps a third if enough ZEC miners are using NVidia cards) then a LONG drop to whatever is third at the time.



My MSI Gamixg X 1080 easily gets 575-585 H/s at 75% power limit. I can get it over 600 H/s if I increase the power limit.



I think high end overclocked 1070 Ti's will get 32-33 MH/s on ETH and ~520 H/s on Equihash, depending on the model. Not worth it considering the 1080 is about the same price and AMD RX series cards are much more cost effective for ETH.
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October 30, 2017, 03:09:54 AM
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GTX 1070ti is too expensive, or 1060 cost-effective, high income! (my electricity bill is $0.076/per degree)

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October 30, 2017, 03:14:56 AM
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I can't wait for these to be honest, got 5 on pre order already Smiley
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October 30, 2017, 03:29:14 AM
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I think high end overclocked 1070 Ti's will get 32-33 MH/s on ETH and ~520 H/s on Equihash, depending on the model. Not worth it considering the 1080 is about the same price and AMD RX series cards are much more cost effective for ETH.

Probably 580 sol/s or even 600 sol/s. GDDR5 is better than GDDR5x for mining, even on equihash
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October 30, 2017, 03:41:29 AM
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I think high end overclocked 1070 Ti's will get 32-33 MH/s on ETH and ~520 H/s on Equihash, depending on the model. Not worth it considering the 1080 is about the same price and AMD RX series cards are much more cost effective for ETH.

Probably 580 sol/s or even 600 sol/s. GDDR5 is better than GDDR5x for mining, even on equihash

Very doubtful. Equihash is much more core dependant and GDDR5X memory overclocks much better than GDDR5. I can push the memory on my 1080 to +1000 MHz with no problem. My Zotac AMP! Extreme 1070 can go to +700 MHz max.
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 It won't outperform a GTX 1080 on Zcash - I'd guess more like 480-500 sol/s ballpark at optimal "full hash" settings.
 A hair fewer cores than the 1080, and the memory system isn't a big factor to Equihash algorithm.


im optimistic, i see it doing 550-600 sol/s


 Probability zero, 1080 cards don't manage that reliable if at all.

 FEWER CORES = LOWER HASHRATE on Equihash, it will hash SLOWER than a 1080 though probably not by a lot since it's only a FEW less cores.

 It also seems to be the same GPU, with one "compute unit" disabled, so it's very unlikely to overclock more than the 1080 to a measurable degree if at all.
 Rated TDP seems to be the same as the 1080 cards, which makes sense since the GPU is so close. I could see it turning out to be 170-175 watt range instead though for "reference" level cards.

 I probably should have put a "most" in my comment though - I'd forgotten about those crazy MSI models, which is kinda silly since I have one of their 1070 cards (with the SAME insanely-high 240 watt factory TDP).




 Equihash algo used for ZCash/ZEN/ZCL and suck is not nearly as memory limited as the algo used for ETH, or the 1080 would NOT outperform the 1070 by a fair bit and the 1080ti wouldn't blow both completely out of the water.


 I talk about ETH and ZEC and their clones because that's where the money is - in terms of "total GPUs mining" ETH has more GPUs working then everything else combined, with ZEC in a solid second at a little less than half that (perhaps a third if enough ZEC miners are using NVidia cards) then a LONG drop to whatever is third at the time.



My MSI Gamixg X 1080 easily gets 575-585 H/s at 75% power limit. I can get it over 600 H/s if I increase the power limit.



I think high end overclocked 1070 Ti's will get 32-33 MH/s on ETH and ~520 H/s on Equihash, depending on the model. Not worth it considering the 1080 is about the same price and AMD RX series cards are much more cost effective for ETH.

 75% power limit on that MSI at 180 watts is IDENTICAL to a lot of other GTX 1080 cards at 100% TDP - specifically including all of my Gigabytes 1080 cards (2 models) and my Zotac Mini 1080 models.
 OF COURSE you can get it to a lot higher hashrate than most 1080 models.


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