Nvidia Titan V early mining performance

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  1. keybored

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    About 29 minutes in for XMR:

    Stock speeds/drivers/no tuning: 1220H/s at ~50-60W (incremental vs. idle at 100-110W) or 97W as reported by xmrig

    1:03:43 in:
    Overclocked +100Mhz on the core & +122Mhz on HBM2 (a bit hard to see in the vid): 1418H/s at 60-70W incremental (100-110W idle) or 86W as reported by xmrig.
     
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    5120 cuda cores :)
     
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  3. Joel

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    $3000 and still can't beat a Vega 56. :p
     
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    Yes, however, this is with essentially no tuning. The card is also half asleep while hashing at 1400H/s, which likely indicates that there is a lot of headroom left. If I remember correctly, Vega cards were in the same range out-of-the-box, but used a lot more power. I doubt that even with heavy tuning this card will be of interest to miners due to its price, but it gives us a glimpse of what might be coming when consumer cards come out with much lower price tags. Might have a negative impact on Vega prices (negative if you want to sell).
     
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  5. Joel

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    True. Vegas out of the box are ~1100H/s. Undervolt, underclock GPU, and overclock HBM gets them to 1800-2000. AMD's blockchain driver is flaky as hell though.

    I'm sure the primary advantage Vega has in XMR right now is due to the HBM, so once Nvidia cards level the playing field the story will change.
     
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    i installed a bunch of Tesla M60’s the other day 4096 cuda cores each ... wonder how they would do... given their intended VDI grid use certainly not price competitive but a decent number or cores per card also.
     
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    Core's don't really matter....it's the memory. That's why cards like the HD79XX series and especially the R9 390's are sill serious hashers.
     
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    M60’s are still 16gb gddr5 so probably not terrible.
    :)
     
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    Amount doesn't really matter, as long as it can hold the whole block it's working on. 3GB works just fine for Monero, even less for AEON.
     
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