Actual hashrate for video cards in 2019
- Created: Wednesday, 30 January 2019 00:50
The mining industry on video cards for 2018 has probably gone through the biggest changes in its entire life span, since Many popular mining algorithms previously available only for video cards have been completely supplanted by asic devices, a large number of new cryptocurrencies promoting new "asic resist" algorithms have appeared on the market, as well as new-generation video cards began to appear. Against this background, the protracted decline in the entire cryptocurrency market for the entire 2018 and the beginning of 2019 makes the life of miners with video cards, in pursuit of maximum profit and payback of their equipment, is not quite predictable and complex. If you have not yet surrendered and have not sold the entire fleet of your video cards, then this material will help you with the choice of the algorithm and software for mining, and optimists will also be able to choose the best option for purchasing and expanding their capacities. Also this material will be very useful for beginners who are just starting their way in the world of cryptocurrencies.
A lot of time has passed since our previous review and some algorithms have become irrelevant (Equihash, Cryptonight) for mining on video cards, so instead of them we will add new algorithms, as well as indicate available miners with the support of one or another algorithm.
At the beginning of 2019, the leadership among miners on video cards from 2015 continues to hold Ethereum cryptocurrency and its forks (Ethereum classic, Music coin, Expanse, Calisto and others). Accumulating more than half of all graphics card capacity in the world. On the sidelines can be identified algorithms CryptonightV8, X16r, Zhash. From gaining popularity can be noted algorithm ProgPow, Cuckoo (Grin).
Hashrate graphics cards based on AMD GPU (data for January 2019)
|Radeon RX560||10-14 Mh/s||500-600h/S||7H/s||5-6H/s||3,5Mh/s||3,5Mh/s||2Mh/s|
|Radeon RX470/570||22-30Mh/s||800-1000H/s||10- 11H/s||1.2-1,5H/s||8-9Mh/s||8-9Mh/s||4,5-5Mh/s|
|Radeon RX480/580||24-32Mh/s||800-1050H/s||28H/s||10-12H/s||1,5 1,7H/s||10-11Mh/s||10-11Mh/s||5-6Mh/s|
|Radeon Vega 56||35-43Mh/s||1900-2100H/s||17-19H/s||2,6-3,1H/s||8,5-9Mh/s|
|Radeon Vega 64||36-44Mh/s||1900-2200H/s||44h/s||19-21H/s||2,7-3,3H/s||9-10Mh/s|
|Radeon Vega 7||90-100Mh/s||2800H/s||4,5H/s|
|Radeon Vega 56||20,5Mh/s||9,2Mh/s||85Mh/s||1,5-1,6MH/s|
|Radeon Vega 64||23Mh/s||10Mh/s||96Mh/s||1,8-2MH/s|
|Radeon Vega 7||30Mh/s|
Available mining software on AMD graphics cards
Ethash: Claymore`s Dual mining, Ethermine, Pheonix miner,
CryptonightV8: TeamRedMiner, XMRig-AMD, XMR Stack, SRBminer. BXBminer, JCE miner, teamredminer
Zhash, Beam: Lolminer, Bminer,
Grin: Gringoldminer, acegrinminer
X16r, X17, X22i: WildRig multi, sgminer, zjazz
BCD: wildrig multi
ProgPOW: progpowminer amd
PHI2: TeamRedMiner, wildrig multi, sgminer
Lyra2REV3 wildrig multi, sgminer, TeamRedminer
Hashrate GPU based on NVIDIA GPU (data for January 2019)
|GTX1070 8GB||27-33Mh/s||550-770H/s||60-65H/s||19-21 H/s||4,1-4,6H/s||12Mh/s||12Mh/s||10Mh/s|
Available software for mining on Nvidia video cards:
Ethash: Claymore`s Dual mining, Ethermine, Pheonix miner, Bminer
CryptonightV8: CryptoDredge, XMRIG-Nvidia, XMR Stack,
Zhash: Bminer, Gminer, lolminer, miniZ, Funakoshi miner,
Beam: Bminer, Gminer, lolminer,
GRIN: acegrinminer, bminer, gminer, nbminer, gringoldminer
X16r, X17, X22i: T-rex, Cryptodredge, Z-enemy
ProgPOW: Progpowminer Nvidia
As you may have already noticed, hashrate is not specified for all video cards and algorithms, if you have this missing information, you can share it with us on the forum and we will be happy to post it in this material.
Pay your attention to the fact that the specified cache must be understood as possible for this kind of video cards at the current time in 2019. In addition to the chosen miner and the type of GPU, the hashrate may be affected by the following factors: manufacturer and model of the video card, overclocking or downvolt video cards. In other words, the above tables show that level of hashrate, which you can also get on your own or purchased equipment, but with certain errors, both up and down.
Gradually, this material will be updated to maintain up-to-date information on the available hashrate of modern video cards in mining.