The current table with the hashrate of videocards for 2021

videocards mining ethereum hashrateThe beginning of 2021 was marked by another increase in interest in mining cryptocurrencies, but like the previous 5 years, only two cryptocurrencies are the main focus of miners: Ethereum and Bitcoin. Ethereum, as before, is mined by miners using video cards, and Bitcoin is still mined by ASIC miners. If with Bitcoin mining everything is stable and predictable in terms of equipment selection, because ASIC manufacturers of SHA-256 miners have not made revolutions for a long time and each new generation of ASICs is slightly better than the other. Then the situation with mining on video cards is constantly changing, tk. over the past year, AMD and Nvidia's next-generation video cards have gone on sale, which can offer much more energy efficiency than video cards released just a year ago. In addition, one can observe an increasingly strong division of miners into two castes. Those who can mine ethereum on their equipment and those who do not. And this "divide" is at the border of 5Gb video memory, tk. for mining Ethereum at the beginning of 2021, you need exactly that much video memory.

And under this limitation, new cryptocurrency projects appear, mining of which is focused on video cards with a large amount of video memory (8Gb and more), for example, Octopus, GRIN, Cortex. But there are projects that, on the contrary, are ready to fight for the attention of owners of video cards with 4Gb video memory or less. The most striking example is the transition of Ethereum Classic from the Ethash mining algorithm to ETCHash, so that mining of this cryptocurrency would become available again on video cards with 3Gb and 4Gb video memory. This also includes the recent hard fork of the old cryptocurrency VertCoin, with the new Verthash mining algorithm.

In addition to the exclusion of all video cards with 4Gb video memory from Ethereum mining, another unpleasant surprise of 2020 was the gradual decrease in the hash rate on the Ethash algorithm of Nvidia Geforce GTX 1000 series video cards. If at the beginning of the year the top-end video card of this series, the GTX 1080Ti, produced 55MH/s at the standard GPU frequency, now this same video card produces 50MH/s, but at the same time it is necessary to raise the GPU frequency to the maximum possible values. And this trend of decreasing hashrate will continue in 2021 with the growth of the era (increase in the DAG file) for the Ethereum cryptocurrency. A similar situation is also developing with video cards GTX 1080, GTX 1070, GTX 1060.

So that the owners of mining rigs on video cards do not relax and constantly keep themselves in good shape, the developers of mining programs are also throwing fuel on the fire, constantly introducing new features and optimizing the code for both old and new algorithms. One of these revelations was TeamRedMiner 0.8.0, which significantly improved the characteristics of AMD video cards in Ethereum mining, which, in principle, no one expected. the mining algorithm ETHash (dagger-hashimoto) has been known since 2015 and it seemed that there would be nothing radically new here.

You can get acquainted with the table of hash rates of video cards for the last 2020 year at this link

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2021 in mining, we are sure, will be no less saturated with new models of video cards, new versions of miners and new cryptocurrencies. Therefore, we will keep you informed of all the major changes that will take place this year.

 

 

Hashrate table for videocards based on AMD GPU:

GPU ETHash Zhash BEAM3 Grin29 Grin32 MTP ProgPow KawPow
RX560   7H/s

 7H/s

70W

       

4,3Mh/s

53W

RX470/570

22-31Mh/s

120W

 24H/s

100W

13H/s

110W

 

 0,1H/s

110W

 

 6,7Mh/s

130W

13Mh/s

120W

RX480/580

24-33Mh/s

130W

28H/s

110W

14,7H/s

120W

 

 0,16H/s

110W

 1,6Mh/s

120W

 7,9Mh/s

140W

14Mh/s

150W

RX590

25-33Mh/s

150W

            14Mh/s

150W

RX5500XT

26Mh/s

65W

           

10,5Mh/s

125W

RX5600XT

42,5 Mh/s

94W

           

21,3Mh/s

150W

RX5700 

48-60Mh/s

140W

 

 23,5H/s

130W

 

 0,35H/s

170W

   

26MH/s

150W

RX5700XT

48-60MH/s

140W

 

24.5H/s

130W

 

 0,4H/s

190W

 2,8Mh/s

155W

 

 28Mh/s

160W

Vega 56

45-55Mh/s

180W

 34H/s

230W

23H/s

160W

 

 0,3H/s

230W

 2,5Mh/s

230W

15,5Mh/s

250W

25Mh/s

190W

Vega 64

45-55Mh/s

180W

 44h/s

250W

28H/s

180W 

 

0,34H/s

250W

 2,8Mh/s

260W

17Mh/s

270W

26Mh/s

190W

Vega 7

100-116Mh/s

230W

 49H/s

180W

 43H/s

190W

 

0,5H/s

200W

 4,2Mh/s

250W

24,6Mh/s

270W

40Mh/s

220W

RX6700XT

45-50Mh/s

130W

67H/s

180W

         

24Mh/s

200W

RX6800

64Mh/s

170W

90H/s

200W

36Mh/s

200W

       

32Mh/s

200W

RX6800XT

64MH/s

170W

             
RX6900XT

 64MH/s

170W

             

The maximum performance of AMD video cards based on the Ethash mining algorithm is achieved by changing the video memory timings.


It is also worth knowing that all video cards with 4Gb video memory (RX470, RX480, RX570, RX580) in 2021 cannot mine Ethereum cryptocurrency due to an increase in the size of the DAG file.

 

Available software (software) for mining on AMD graphics cards

Ethash: Claymore`s Dual mining, Ethermine, Phoenix miner, TeamRedMiner

Zhash, Beam: Lolminer, Bminer, 

Grin: Bminer, Gringoldminer, acegrinminer, gminer, lolminer

ProgPOW: progpowminer amd, ethminer

KawPow:NBminer, kawpowminer, teamredminer

MTP: teamredminer

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Hashrate table for videocards based on NVIDIA GPU

GPU ETHASH Zhash BEAM3 GRIN29 Grin32 MTP ProgPow KawPow
GTX1050Ti 4GB

 

20-22H/s

75W

5H/s

80W

       

5,6Mh/s

53W

GTX1060 6GB

17-23Mh/s

90W

35-40H/s

90W

9.3H/s

90W

1,7H/s

90W

 

1,1MH/s

90W

 7,3Mh/s

90W

10-12Mh/s

90W

GTX1070 

 24-28Mh/s

120W

60-65H/s

130W

16,6 H/s

130W

2,7H/s

130W

 0,4H/s

130W

2,5MH/s

130W

 12Mh/s

130W

14-15Mh/s

130W

GTX1070Ti

 25-29Mh/s

130W

64-74H/s

130W

18,4H/s

150W 

2,9H/s

130w

 0,4H/s

150W

 2,5Mh/s

 13Mh/s

130W

15-16Mh/s

130W

GTX1080 

30-37Mh/s

150W

67-73H/s

150W

18,9H/s 

150W

3,1h/s

160w

 0.4H/s

180W

 2,6Mh/s

150W

 15MH/s 16-18Mh/s
GTX1080TI 

 40-50Mh/s

190W

89-99H/s

200W

27,6H/s

190W

4,2H/s

190w

 0,63H/s

190W

3,9MH/S

190W

 18Mh/s

200W

23-27Mh/s

210W

GTX1650

 14-16MH/s

55W

21-25H/s

70W

 

 

         
GTX1660

 20-25Mh/s

90W

37H/s

90W

12H/s

90W

2,1H/s

90w

 

 2Mh/s

88W

 9,8Mh/s

90W

10Mh/s

90W

GTX1660S

25-31Mh/s

110W

39H/s

110W

 16,7

90W

 3.2H/s

90W

 0.26H/s

90W

 

2,2Mh/s

100W

 

13MH/s

120W

GTX1660Ti

 24-31,5Mh/s

100W

47H/s

90W

12.5H/s

90W

2,4H/s

90w

 

 2,2Mh/s

100W

9,8MH/s

90W 

15-16Mh/s

128W

RTX2060 

 25-30Mh/s

130W

 54H/s

130W

18H/s

130W

3,3H/s

130w

 

 2,1MH/s

130W

15,7Mh/s

130W

17Mh/s

125W

RTX2060S 

 36-42 Mh/s

140W

74 H/s

160W

     

3,2 MH/s

160W

   
RTX2070 

 36-42Mh/s

150W

76H/s 

160W

19H/s 

150W

4H/s

150w

 0,5H/s

150W

 3,3Mh/s

150W

 19,1Mh/s

150W

21-22Mh/s

200W

RTX2070S 

 36-42Mh/s

150W

86H/s

180W

 26H/s

180W

 6H/s

175W

 0.6H/s

175W

4,1MH/s

180W

 

27Mh/s

210W

RTX2080 

36-44Mh/s

150W

 95-99H/s

190W

26.5H/s 

190W

4,9H/s

190w 

 0,65H/s

190W

3,9MH/s

190W

 24,8Mh/s

190W

 
RTX2080S

36-44Mh/s

150W

 

 

   

0,84H/s

200W

 

 4,4Mh/s

210W

   

28,6 MH/s

210W

RTX2080Ti 

 50-57Mh/s

220W

133 H/s

220W 

32H/s

220W

6H/s

220w

 1H/s

220W

5,5MH/s

220W

 31Mh/s

220W

35-37Mh/s

210W

RTX3060 12Gb

25-50Mh/s*

130W

72H/s

160W

26.4H/s

160W

   

3Mh/s

180W

24.7Mh/s

160W

24Mh/s

180W

RTX3060Ti

55-63Mh/s

130W

 

29H/s

170W

5,6H/s

170W

0,53H/s

170W

4.2Mh/s

210W

 26Mh/s

170W

30.5MH/s

200W

RTX3070

55-63MH/s

135W

107H/s

210W

31H/s

180W

6,8H/s

180W

0,63H/s

180W

4.4Mh/s

210W

 

31,5Mh/s

180W

RTX3070ti

40-45Mh/s*

185W

             
RTX3080

95-105Mh/s

240W

   

9,8Mh/s

320W

1H/s

320W

 5Mh/s

320W

 

50Mh/s

270W

RTX3080Ti

57-71Mh/s*

250W

 150H/s

350W

   

 1,2Mh/s

350W

6Mh/s

300W

 

60Mh/s

350W

RTX3090

100-122Mh/s

350W

 

56Mh/s

330W

9,8Mh/s

340W

1,1H/s

325W

7,2Mh/s

320W

52Mh/s

370W

62Mh/s

370W

CMP 30HX

32Mh/s

75W

           

 15Mh/s

130W

 

* Limitation in Nvidia drivers

For Nvidia Geforce GTX GTX 1060, GTX 1070, GTX 1070Ti, GTX 1080, GTX 1080Ti video cards, the hash rate on the ETHash algorithm will drop throughout 2021 due to an increase in the DAG file and insufficient GPU power to maintain the issued megahash at the same level.

 

Available software (software) for mining on Nvidia video cards:

Ethash: Claymore`s Dual mining, Ethermine, Pheonix miner, Bminer
CryptonightR: CryptoDredge, XMRIG-Nvidia, XMR Stack,

Zhash:  Bminer, Gminer, lolminer, miniZ, Funakoshi miner, 

Beam: Bminer, Gminer, lolminer,

GRIN: acegrinminer, bminer, gminer, nbminer, gringoldminer

ProgPOW: Progpowminer Nvidia, ethminer

KawPow: NBminer, Gminer, kawpowminer

 

To quickly calculate the payback of video cards in mining and select the most profitable cryptocurrency for mining on video cards and ASICs, use a specialized calculator website.

 Mining calculator Profit-mine.com

 

Information on the hash rate of various models of video cards and their power consumption for different mining algorithms can be found in the special HashRates section of the Profit-Mine.com website.

 Mining Hashrates Profit-Mine.com

  

The above hashrate and power consumption of video cards should be understood as possible, since depends on a large number of factors: miner, video card manufacturer, memory manufacturer, overclocking, downvolting.

The hash table of video cards will be updated throughout the entire 2021, for quick access to this article in the right menu in the "RECOMMENDED" section there is a link to this material.

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