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NVIDIA Titan V Mining Benchmarks – Part 2

In part 1 I focused on ccminer, because NiceHash was unusable at the time. Now it seems NH got their act together, as the newest version seems to run just fine on the Titan V with the newest NV driver. Specifically: NiceHash Miner 2.0.1.10 NVIDIA 390.77 I didn’t have a single miner carsh on stock […]

NVIDIA Titan V Mining Benchmarks

Note: we already have reviews for this cards. This quick post doesn’t try to address what already have been addressed. I just had a few hours to play with this card, so I thought you’d find these numbers useful. We had only 1 algo benchmarked before, now we have 4 more. That’s all. Note: in […]

You can’t use consumer GPUs in datacenters

I want to make this clear once and for all. That statement is not a possibility, that’s not coincidence, that’s not a may be, that’s not a liability. It’s a very practical fact. It all boils down to an incredibly simple thing: Quadros, Teslas and FirePros have the power connectors on their rear end, but […]

Single slot Pascal GPUs

This post is basically note-to-self. Here’s the list of cards that I know of: ELSA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (GD1050-4GERSPT) Inno3D GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (N105T2-1SDV-M5CM) Inno3D GeForce GTX 1050 (FIXME) GALAX GeForce GTX 1070 KATANA (70NSH6DS2HRZ) Cheers. Update 2017-05-23: GALAX 1070 and Inno3D 1050 added to the list