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This AMD card was originally intended for cloud servers, but it has now grabbed the attention of miners. Due to offering a potential of 72 MH/s on Ethereum
When setting up a motherboard I would recommend updating the bios to the latest version. Setting the PCIE to Gen 1 or Gen 2 and enabling 4g decoding as a starting point. Also remember that you can expand capacity with a 1 to 4 PCIE splitter.
The 5600 XT is one of the most efficient graphics card every made for GPU mining. Providing 44 MH/s at circa 55 watts on Team Red Miner who have lead the way for AMD cards.
Nvidia's 3080 Ti is a beast of a graphics card, with the new NBMiner updates its getting 87-88 MH/s on Ethereum.
The 1080 Ti requires a modification to get to the full potential of the card. This is called the “pil”, and its a built in command on the overclocks section of HiveOS.
AMD's RX 480 8GB delivers a stable 31 Mh/s on Ethereum once the bios is updated. So, in my view this old dog still has some life in it yet.
Nvidia's last gen 2060 Non Super does not have the hashrate of the 2060 super. Bit I have seen it in stock at a lot of retailers.