Anyone interested in Ethereum Mining might be interested to learn more about the performance when mining Ethereum with the new Nvidia Titan V graphics card which launched earlier this month and is now available to purchase priced at just under $3,000. Hot Hardware have been able to over clock the Nvidia Titan V and gain 82MH/s while mining for Ethereum using a AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X system, and cranked out 70 MH/s at stock speeds and 77 MH/s while overclocked, while drawing 213W and 237W respectively.
However Hot Hardware explains that using Claymore Miner (v10.2), the team were able to hit 69.06 MH/s at default speeds right out of the box, with no tweaking whatsoever, far outpacing what’s possible with the current standard-bearer from AMD and the previous generation Pascal-based TITAN XP graphics card. Hot Hardware explains more about pushing the card even further:
However, when we cranked up the GPU power and temperature targets and boosted the memory clock, we saw a…