Gtx 1050 mining eth

Ethereum mining with 2x Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti mine default most profitable coin at that time and you will see barely mining eth. nice hash mine these. Do note that if you plan on building 6x GTX 1050 Ti GPUs mining rig you will still need to use powered extenders in order to LTC, ETH mining as well as other. Mining with GTX 1060. MSI GeForce GTX 1060 DirectX 12 GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING 6G 6GB 192-Bit Did someone do the test dual mining ETH+LBRY.
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Hashrate:11MH/s – 12MH/s

Post update: These hash rates were based on an old version of Claymore (9.2). The latest version of Claymore will yield the highest hash rates possible.

Hello again – recently I benchmarked my GTX 1080 that gave me around 18-21MH/s for mining ethereum (Ethereum mining benchmark with 1x Nvidia GTX 1080 & Ubuntu 16.04.2).

I’m not going to go into the ins and outs of talking about alternatives to the AMD RX 470/570/580 cards just a quick post about what my 1050 Ti does with factory settings.

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1050Ti 4GB Gtx 1050 mining eth PCI-E

http://uk.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N105TD5-4GD#kf

This particular Gigabyte 1050 Ti only has 1 cooling fan compared to some others I’ve seen. It’s also by far the cheapest variant out there.

I get around 11 to 12MH/s mining ethereum. I’ve tried a combination of the official ethminer (not Genoils) and Claymore dual miner. Both give similar results, gtx 1050 mining eth. I’m using opencl, not cuda (can’t get cuda to work and I don’t what is diamond mining patience to figure out why at the moment).

Heat

Wow this little thing gets hot (in my subjective experience) – as in I’ve put my hand around my GTX 1080 and felt a ‘bit’ of heat. When you put your hand around (not on) this little puppy you can really feel the heat. Apparently though this is okay.

[email protected]:~$ nvidia-smi -q -d temperature ==============NVSMI LOG============== Timestamp : Sat Jun 17 17:13:40 2017 Driver Version : 375.66 Attached GPUs : 1 GPU 0000:01:00.0 Temperature GPU Current Temp : 67 C GPU Shutdown Temp : 102 C GPU Slowdown Temp : 99 C

Power consumption

According power consumption @ the plug, it showed 135W. After updating my nvidia drivers, it’s settled at around 125W.

That is total system power.

However If I’m not mining, the power consumption @ the plug is 60W. (That pc is an old Athlon X2 CPU and 1x 10K/rpm disk drive).

So it’s safe to say it consumes 65W when mining, probably less considering ethminer has spawned a few threads causing both CPU cores to run @ 100%

This guy on YouTube gets 14MH/s:

Admittedly it’s a better 1050 Ti and overclocked

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Power Save + Overclock Hash rate:22MH/s – 23MH/s @ 130W total system power
Full power + Overclock Hash rate:24MH/s – 25MH/s @ 180W total system power

Post update: These hash rates were based on an old version of Claymore (9.2). The latest version of Claymore will yield the highest hash rates possible.

Well this is exciting! After failing to receive shipment of my AMD RX 570 (now due in August), I decided to purchase another second hand Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti.

I spent a few days contemplating whether to go all out by purchasing 6x Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB and the reason why I did not go all out was because of the cost at approximately £240 – £260 for each card.

The hash rates I saw posted across the net for the Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB were around 16MH/s – 22MH/s, the team at www.legitreviews.com were able to get a mind boggling 22MH/s @ 65W.

The Setup

I have updated my mining rig system – I’m no longer using my old AMD Athlon X2 which was consuming around 65W at idle. Below are the new specs.

  • ASUS PRIME Z270-P (New)
  • Intel Celeron G3900 51W TDP (second hand)
  • 8GB DDR 4 (Spare)
  • Western Digital 300GB Velociraptor (Old)
  • 850W Evga Power supply – 80 Plus Gold rating
  • Windows 10 64-bit (Spare)
  • Claymore dual miner Eth + Siacoin
  • MSI Afterburner for overclocking

As you can tell I’ve moved away from Linux – I never had the patience to figure out the best way to overclock the cards (Claymore miner doesn’t support overclocking of Nvidia cards).

You can also see I saved money where I could  by using old or second hand parts where available.

I’m pleased to say this system consumes 35W idle

Lower hash on Windows ;/

Mining on Windows has resulted in a lower hash rate with ethereum. If you came across my other article, Ethereum mining benchmark with 1x Nvidia GTX 1050 TI & Ubuntu 16.04.2, that card produced around 11MH/s – 12MH/s on Linux.

The same card produced 10MH/s on Windows, hardly hitting 11MH/s! Probably because Nvidia mining is better on Linux or I’m not using the recommended Windows drivers (most likely based on my reading online). For those wondering, My Linux and Windows setup both use Nvidia’s CUDA driver.

The Cards

1x ASUS Expedition GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti OC

1x Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1050Ti 4GB GDDR5 PCI-E

Ethereum mining – Stock Clocks

So as mentioned earlier, out of the box stock clocks, both cards produced similar hash rates, with the exception of the ASUS card producing slightly higher +0.2MH/s to +0.5MH/s give or take – this is due to the slightly higher stock core clock speed. Both cards produced around 10MH/s to 10.5MH/s:

Power Consumption (Mining) @ wall 175w

Ethereum mining – Overclock & 100% Power Limit

100% Power Limit, implies I have left the “power limit” in MSI Afterburner to the default 100%.

Power Consumption (Mining) @ wall 180w

Ethereum mining – Overclock & Lowest Power Limit

Lowest Power Limit, implies I have set the “power limit” in MSI Afterburner to the lowest possible for the cards.

Power Consumption (Mining) @ wall 130w

Conclusion

I must say, I’m impressed by reducing the power limit for the cards. On average, I lost around 1MH/s per card by limiting power, reducing overall hash rate from 24MH/s to 22MH/s but reduced power consumption by a staggering 50w / 32%.

30% less power = 8% less hash rate 

Not bad at all!

I reckon it is possible to push the ASUS GTX 1050 Ti OC to 13MH/s or even higher. Stay tuned.

 

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