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November 16, 2017, 09:58:09 PM
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Have the AMD Vega cards not a better Hashrate and a lower power as NVIDIA and the other AMD Rx cards?
They definitely aren't a better value than Polaris/Pascal in most cases. They might, not sure about most algorithms, but most people I know are currently mining XMR with them and are doing pretty well. Biggest issue I have for them was that they were sold much above MSRP, prices are going down again making these possibly a decent buy.














 

 

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November 16, 2017, 10:00:39 PM
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AMD RX 480 Hash is 306 with Claymore 12.5

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November 16, 2017, 10:05:41 PM
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Does anyone have a computer setup with 6 1070s (motherboard, hard drive, ram, cpu)?
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November 16, 2017, 10:13:57 PM
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Does anyone have a computer setup with 6 1070s (motherboard, hard drive, ram, cpu)?

I have couple of these:

MB: Gigabyte H110-D3A
CPU: Intel Celeron G3930
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November 17, 2017, 06:00:14 AM
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In terms of efficiency, that is hashrate per kilowatt-hour, which GPU is the best?
Has anyone tried the new Radeon RX Vega 64?


Haven't done any mining but I might invest some on a mining rig although I might mine an altcoin and not bitcoin.

It depend on which algo, but I will vote for NVidia GTX1080ti
Cause after tweaking it is powerfill and cold monster.
Though I do not have any AMD card so it hard to judge them for me

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November 17, 2017, 08:14:41 PM
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Nvidia is the most preferred

 There are at least 3.5 million GPUs mining ETH alone - the large majority of those are AMD.

 ALL OTHER COINS COMBINED don't manage 2 million GPUs.

 NVidia is the most prefered on many coins, but not all and not by miners overall - there is a reason RX-series card prices are still majorly inflated while NVidia card prices are pretty much right back down to where they were 6 months ago.


 XMR is the ONLY place the Vega stands out as a superior option per all of the info I have seen about it to date - Vega is NOT competative on hash/$ or hash/watt on anything else, usually failing on BOTH when mining anything else.


 1080 ti is very close on both hash/$ and hash/watt when you compare complete systems vs the 1070 ti, but it falls just a hair short in ZCash/ZEN/ZCL mining - difference is only a percent or two on efficiency and less than 5% on cost/hash but the 1070 ti DOES win.
 The "fewer cards to deal with" issue though might make it a "better option" for some folks anyway, and it's close enough it doesn't make sense to shut down existing systems using it.
 It's also close enough that cards going on sale or ANY noticeable price move out of NVidia could change it.

 At this point I would not bother with the 1070 or 1080 - they're noticeably behind the curve - unless the card is in an existing system.


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