Hashrate of Amd, Nvidia, Intel video cards for 2023. Table.

video card hashrate in cryptocurrency mining 2023

2022 turned out to be an interesting and eventful year in the world of cryptocurrencies. In one year, together with you, we managed to observe the ups and downs of cryptocurrencies, we learned that even the largest crypto companies can close overnight, leaving behind not only offended customers, but also the entire industry. If the general state of the crypto markets can be described as a crypto winter, then for miners, 2022 can be compared to an atomic apocalypse and scorched earth. And it’s not only the sharp decline in the cost of cryptocurrencies that is to blame, but also the transition of the second most popular cryptocurrency from POW mining to POS mining. Because of this, several tens of millions of video cards that served the Ethereum POW blockchain remained out of work.

But despite this, the ideas of Satoshi Nakomoto continue to live in 2023 and move the world towards a new digital future.

Important events for miners in 2022 were the emergence of a new major manufacturer of video cards - Intel. The video cards of which could not immediately become the best offer on the market, but, as they say, a start has been made. Also, the past year was marked by the release of new generations of video cards from AMD (RX 7000) and Nvidia (RTX 4000). In which the performance of the GPU was noticeably improved, due to which the hash rate of video cards based on GPU-dependent algorithms increased significantly, but the video memory, unfortunately, received minor improvements compared to the models of video cards of previous years. Actually, because of this, the RTX 4000 and RX7000 do not show any record performance in mining algorithms that use intensive video memory (ETChash, KawPow). And most likely we will not see any significant changes here until video cards start installing the new generation GDDR7 video memory instead of the current GDDR6 and GDDR6X.

As we already said, due to the transition of Ethereum to POS, miners lost not only profit, but also the energy-efficient EThash mining algorithm, which is now being replaced by other cryptocurrencies and mining algorithms: ETCHash, KawPow, FiroPow, Beamhash, Autolykos, Aleo, Zhash, Kaspa. And this list can be continued indefinitely, because. all crypto projects want to take the place of Ethereum, but there is usually only one winner. And this is precisely the whole difficulty for miners in 2023 - it is to choose for mining exactly the cryptocurrency that can attract the largest number of miners and investors and gain a foothold in the TOP-5 cryptocurrencies for a long time.

The current situation is strongly reminiscent of 2014-2015, when the then leaders of Bitcoin, Litecoin switched to mining using ASICs, and the owners of video cards frantically switched their mining farms from Darkcoin to Mooncoin, from Dogecoin to Kittycoin, from Tipscoin to Feathercoin, from Monero to Bytecoin. And this list can be continued indefinitely, until Ethereum appeared in 2015 and for a long time closed the question: "What to mine on video cards?". And until the industry gives birth to a new Ethereum from new projects or existing ones, GPU miners will not see peace of mind soon.

Another trend was the final withdrawal from the mining of popular video cards of 2016-2017 GTX 1000 series and RX580, Vega. Which is not surprising, because these video cards are already more than 5 years old and the fact that they lasted so long in mining is already a pretty good result.

But let's move on from the lyrical introduction to the topic because of which you became the reader of these lines - to the hashrates of video cards in 2023 on popular mining algorithms.

Compared to 2022, we did not remove the Ethash algorithm, because it is used by several new and old cryptocurrencies (EthereumPOW, EtherGem). Instead of CryptoNight GPU, they added Autolykos2 (Ergo), and instead of ProgPow, they added NexaPow (Nexa).

You can get acquainted with the table of hashrates for 2022 at this link.

 

If you are interested in the hashrate of a video card on an algorithm not presented in the table, then use the Profit-Mine.com website, where you can also calculate the income and payback of your mining equipment, depending on the chosen cryptocurrency and the cost of electricity.

 Mining Calculator Profit-mine.com

If you have more than one video card, but several or even several mining farms, then we recommend that you use a special operating system for mining HiveOS instead of Windows. Instructions for installing and using HiveOS can be found at this link: Install and configure HiveOS - Linux operating system for GPU mining rigs and ASICs 

AMD Radeon graphics card hashrate:

GPU

ETHash/

Etchash

Zhash BEAM3

Auto-

lykos2 

Octopus FiroPow

NexaPow

KawPow
RX470/570

22-31Mh/s

120W

 24H/s

100W

13,5H/s

110W

 55Mh/s

110W

 5Mh/s

100W

14Mh/s

170W

 4Mh/s

70W

13Mh/s

120W

RX480/580

24-33Mh/s

130W

28H/s

110W

15,5H/s

120W

 59Mh/s

120W

 5,5Mh/s

125W

14,5Mh/s

170W

 4,5Mh/s

63W

14Mh/s

140W

RX590

25-33Mh/s

150W

 28H/s

110W

 16H/s

140W

 60Mh/s

130W

 5,6Mh/s

130W

14,7Mh/s

180W

 5Mh/s

75W

14Mh/s

150W

RX5500XT

26Mh/s

65W

 33H/s

90W

 13H/s

85W

 40Mh/s

90W

 9.8Mh/s

65W

 

 11,5Mh/s

55W

10,5Mh/s

125W

RX5600XT

42,5 Mh/s

94W

 38H/s

110W

 20.5H/s

110W

 80Mh/s

100W

11,5Mh/s

90W 

18Mh/s

130W

 

21,3Mh/s

150W

RX5700 

48-60Mh/s

140W

 46H/s

140W

 23,5H/s

130W

 100Mh/s

130W

 13,7Mh/s

110W

21,5Mh/s

160W

 19Mh/s

84W

26MH/s

150W

RX5700XT

48-60MH/s

140W

 48H/s

140W

24.5H/s

130W

 100Mh/s

130W

15Mh/s

110W 

23,5Mh/s

160W

 20Mh/s

84W

 28Mh/s

160W

Vega 56

45-55Mh/s

180W

 34H/s

230W

28H/s

200W

 120Mh/s

160W

7Mh/s

150W 

23,5Mh/s

230W

 

25Mh/s

190W

Vega 64

45-55Mh/s

180W

 44h/s

250W

29H/s

200W 

 125Mh/s

170W

8Mh/s

150W 

26Mh/s

250W

 

26Mh/s

190W

Vega 7

100-116Mh/s

230W

 49H/s

180W

 43H/s

190W

 180Mh/s

170W

 16.6Mh/s

180W

33Mh/s

240W

 

40Mh/s

220W

RX6600

29Mh/s

55W

 38H/s

70W

 15,5Mh/s

56W

 55Mh/s

70W

 

 14Mh/s

80W

 18,5Mh/s

61W

 13,5Mh/s

70W

RX6600XT

RX6650XT

32,5Mh/s

80W

 34H/s

90W

 15H/s

78W

 62Mh/s

80W

 

16Mh/s

110W

 21Mh/s

61W

17,5Mh/s

110W

RX6700XT

RX6750XT

45-50Mh/s

130W

67H/s

180W

 22H/s

130W

 90Mh/s

110W

 29Mh/s

180W

24Mh/s

160W

 26Mh/s

86W

24Mh/s

200W

RX6800

64Mh/s

150W

73H/s

130W

36Mh/s

150W

 110Mh/s

150W

 37Mh/s

180W

35Mh/s

200W

 41Mh/s

129W

32Mh/s

200W

RX6800XT

64MH/s

150W

 90H/s

150W

 36H/s

150W

 110Mh/s

150W

 44Mh/s

190W

35Mh/s

200W

 48Mh/s

132W

 33Mh/s

200W

RX6900XT

RX6950XT

 64MH/s

150W

 90H/s

180W

 38H/s

150W

 115MH/s

160W

 46Mh/s

200W

36Mh/s

220W

 64Mh/s

176W

 33Mh/s

220W

RX7900XT

90Mh/s

236W

           

 52Mh/s

350W

RX7900XTX

108MH/s

276W

             

Maximum performance of AMD video cards on the mining algorithm Ethash, ETChash. Kawpow, FiroPOW and ProgPow are achieved by changing the video memory timings.

 

Available software for mining on AMD video cards

Ethash: Bzminer, lolminer, nanominer, Teamblackminer, SRBminer, Ethermine, Phoenix miner, TeamRedMiner, Gminer

Zhash, Beam: Lolminer, Bminer, 

KawPow:NBminer, kawpowminer, teamredminer

FiroPow: teamredminer, SRBminer

Beamhash3: Bminer, Gminer, lolminer,

Autolykos2: Lolminer, Nanominer, SRBminer, TeamRedMiner 

Octopus: NBminer

NexaPow: Wildrigmulti

 Hashrate for AMD ethereum ethash, etchash, kawpow, octopus autolykos video cards

 

Hashrate of NVIDIA Geforce video cards:

GPU

ETHASH/

ETCHASH

Zhash BEAM3

Auto-

lykos2

 

Octopus FiroPow NexaPow KawPow
GTX1050Ti 4GB

 14Mh/s

70W

20-22H/s

75W

6H/s

80W

 22Mh/s

70W

 1,4Mh/s

70W

   

7Mh/s

80W

GTX1060 6GB

17-23Mh/s

90W

35-40H/s

90W

10.5H/s

90W

 44Mh/s

90W

4,8Mh/s

 90W

7,5Mh/s

90W

 

10-12Mh/s

90W

GTX1070 

 24-28Mh/s

120W

60-65H/s

130W

17 H/s

130W

 51Mh/s

130W

 8Mh/s

130W

12,5Mh/s

130W

 

14-15Mh/s

130W

GTX1070Ti

 25-29Mh/s

130W

64-74H/s

130W

19H/s

150W 

 53Mh/s

130W

 9 Mh/s

130W

13,5Mh/s

130W

 

15-16Mh/s

130W

GTX1080 

30-37Mh/s

150W

67-73H/s

150W

20H/s 

150W

 60Mh/s

160W

10.5Mh/s

170W 

16,5Mh/s

160W

 

16-18Mh/s

160W

GTX1080TI 

 40-48Mh/s

190W

89-99H/s

200W

27,6H/s

190W

 88Mh/s

170W

13.6Mh/s

200W 

24,8Mh/s

190W

 

23-27Mh/s

210W

GTX1650

 14-16MH/s

55W

21-25H/s

70W

  6H/s

50W

       

 7Mh/s

65W

GTX1650S

16Mh/s

70W

 23-27H/s

70W

 6.8H/s

70W

       

12Mh/s

100W 

GTX1660

 20-25Mh/s

90W

37H/s

90W

14.5H/s

90W

 51Mh/s

90W

 20Mh/s

80W

11,3Mh/s

90W

 

12Mh/s

90W

GTX1660S

25-31Mh/s

110W

39H/s

110W

 15.2H/s

90W

 58Mh/s

90W

22.4Mh/s

100W 

14Mh/s

120W

 12Mh/s

58W

13MH/s

120W

GTX1660Ti

 24-31,5Mh/s

100W

47H/s

90W

15.4H/s

90W

 56Mh/s

80W

24.7Mh/s

100W 

14Mh/s

120W

 13Mh/s

51W

15-16Mh/s

120W

RTX2060 

 25-30Mh/s

130W

 54H/s

130W

20H/s

130W

 59Mh/s

130W

 33Mh/s

120W

16,3Mh/s

130W

 16Mh/s

70W

17Mh/s

125W

RTX2060S 

 36-42 Mh/s

140W

74 H/s

160W

 21h/s

140W

 62Mh/s

140W

38Mh/s

170W 

17Mh/s

130W

 19Mh/s

74W

 19Mh/s

130W

RTX2070 

 36-42Mh/s

150W

76H/s 

160W

23H/s 

150W

 65Mh/s

140W

40Mh/s

190W 

20Mh/s

140W

 20Mh/s

70W

21-22Mh/s

160W

RTX2070S 

 36-42Mh/s

150W

86H/s

180W

 26H/s

180W

 68Mh/s

150W

 46Mh/s

170W

21Mh/s

140W

 25Mh/s

105W

27Mh/s

210W

RTX2080 

36-44Mh/s

150W

 95-99H/s

190W

30H/s 

190W

 79Mh/s

150W

 47,8Mh/s

210W

23Mh/s

150W

 

 28Mh/s

190Mh/s

RTX2080S

36-44Mh/s

150W

 100H/s

200W

31H/s

200W 

 83Mh/s

160W

 52,3Mh/s

250W

28Mh/s

170W

 29Mh/s

100W

 

28,6 MH/s

210W

RTX2080Ti 

 50-57Mh/s

220W

133 H/s

220W 

38H/s

220W

 108Mh/s

160W

 65Mh/s

250W

30Mh/s

190W

 

35-37Mh/s

210W

RTX 3050

28Mh/s

75W

 38H/s

79W

 16H/s

77W

 78Mh/s

71W

 26Mh/s

115W

13,7Mh/s

115W

 16Mh/s

54W

 13,6MH/s

115W

RTX3060

25-50MH/s*

130W

72H/s

160W

26 H/s

160W

 115Mh/s

110W

 45,5Mh/s

180W

20,5Mh/s

140W

 23Mh/s

74W

24Mh/s

170W

RTX3060Ti

55-63Mh/s

130W

 95H/s

120W

33H/s

180W

 160Mh/s

130W

 48Mh/s

190W

23Mh/s

150W

 31Mh/s

94W

30MH/s

200W

RTX3070

55-63MH/s

135W

107H/s

180W

34H/s

180W

 160Mh/s

130W

52,7Mh/s

180W 

25Mh/s

150W

 38Mh/s

135W

31,5Mh/s

180W

RTX3070ti

81Mh/s

190W

 110H/s

180W

 35H/s

180W

 170Mh/s

150W

 76Mh/s

250W

30,5Mh/s

220W

 39Mh/s

123W

40Mh/s

250W

RTX3080

95-105Mh/s

240W

 135W

250W

 46H/s

250W

 220Mh/s

220W

95Mh/s

280W 

41Mh/s

250W

 54Mh/s

167W

50Mh/s

270W

RTX 3080 12Gb

110Mh/s

270W

 131H/s

249W

 52Mh/s

249W

 242Mh/s

249W

 95Mh/s

280W

 

 56Mh/s

194W

 
RTX3080Ti

57-120Mh/s*

300W

 150H/s

250W

 54H/s

280W

 265Mh/s

290W

95Mh/s

280W 

49Mh/s

280W

 64Mh/s

203W

60Mh/s

350W

RTX3090

100-122Mh/s

350W

 155H/s

250W

56H/s

290W

 270Mh/s

290W

 100Mh/s

300W

50Mh/s

310W

 68Mh/s

208W

61Mh/s

370W

RTX3090Ti

130Mh/s

300W

 157H/s

270W

 

 270Mh/s

285W

 123Mh/s

420W

61Mh/s

400W

 70Mh/s

200W

65MH/s

400W

RTX4070Ti

 65Mh/s

106W

 88H/s

133W

       

 69MH/s

156W

 
RTX4080

91Mh/s

183W

         

 98Mh/s

209W

 
RTX4090

130Mh/s

322W

 164H/s

310W

 85Mh/s

350W

 260Mh/s

240W

131,3Mh/s

448W

 120Mh/s

280W

 134Mh/s

284W

61,8Mh/s

286W

CMP 30HX

32Mh/s

75W

 37H/s

100W

   

 27Mh/s

125W

 

 18Mh/s

76W

15MH/s

130W

CMP 50HX

58Mh/s

140W

     

 37Mh/s

200W

   

30Mh/s

200W

CMP 70HX

81Mh/s

190W

 63H/s

210W

 24.4H/s

210W

 

 59Mh/s

200W

   

31 Mh/s

210W

CMP 90HX

101Mh/s

230W

     

 61Mh/s

250W

   

42Mh/s

250W

CMP 170HX

160Mh/s

210W

     

 68Mh/s

240W

   

 56Mh/s

250W

RTX A2000

40Mh/s

65W

 

 21H/s

80W

 100Mh/s

80W

 30Mh/s

80W

 15Mh/s

80W

 19Mh/s

62W

15Mh/s

70W

RTX A4000

63Mh/s

160W

87H/s

160W

31H/s

160W

 140Mh/s

150W

 48Mh/s

140W

   

24Mh/s

160W

RTX A5000

105Mh/s

260W

123H/s

260W

43H/s

260W

 240Mh/s

240W

 85Mh/s

240W

 

 50Mh/s

164W

45Mh/s

260W

 

For Nvidia Geforce GTX GTX 1060, GTX 1070, GTX 1070Ti, GTX 1080, GTX 1080Ti video cards, the hash rate on the ETHash algorithm will decrease over time due to an increase in the DAG file and insufficient GPU power to maintain the issued mega hashes at the same level.

 

Available software for mining on Nvidia video cards:

Ethash: Bzminer, Gminer, lolminer, Nanominer, NBminer, Teamblackminer, T-Rex, Ethermine, Phoenix miner, Bminer

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

Beamhash: Bminer, Gminer, lolminer,

KawPow: NBminer, Gminer, kawpowminer

NexaPow: WildRigMulti

Autolukos2: Lolminer, Nanominer, NBminer, T-rex

Octopus: T-Rex, Nanominer

FiroPow: T-rex

 

Hashrate of INTEL ARC video cards:

GPU

ETHash/

Etchash

Zhash BEAM3

Auto-

lykos2 

Octopus FiroPow

NexaPow

KawPow
ARC A380

 15Mh/s

46W

 20H/s

75W

 6H/s

46W

 45Mh/s

45W

       
ARC A580                
ARC A750

 51Mh/s

165W

 63H/s

180W

 20H/s

180W

 140Mh/s

165W

       
ARC A770

 51Mh/s

181W

 

 20H/s

180W

 132Mh/s

177W

       
ARC A780                

Available software for mining on Intel video cards:

Ethash: Lolminer, Nanominer

Zhash:  lolminer

Beamhash: lolminer,

KawPow: 

NexaPow

Autolukos2: lolminer

FiroPow: 

  

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

The table of hashrates of video cards will be updated throughout 2023, for quick access to this article in the right menu of the site in the "RECOMMENDED" section there is a link to this material. 

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