GTX 1070 Ti Mining Performance Review – 40.1 Sols on Flux!

RX 570 Mining Performance Review

The 1070 Ti is the mid range card in the Nvidia 1000 series. It can still mine Ethereum at 30 MH/s drawing 125 watts system.

If you are considering this I would probably also consider the 1080 Ti. It will out perform this and I have seen them on facebook marketplace at a decent price.

If you do have GDDR5x memory, you can use the Pill to achieve the values presented in the overclocks section below.

Mining Hashrates

Lets talk about hashrate, this card looks to perform better on flux. Considering that Ethereum 2.0 is coming up this a decent use case for the card for this purpose.

CoinAlgorithmHashrateWatts (System)
EthereumEthash30 Mh/s125 Watts
Flux125_440.1 Sol/s130 Watts

Mining Overclocks

Next, we will discuss overclocks, please adjust overclocks in small increments to find the ideal sweet spot for your GPU. Some GPUs will perform differently due to the silicone lottery so please do your own research.

Flux Mining Overclocks – 42 Sol/s at 100 Watts

If two numbers are provided, first will be for Windows the second will be for a Linux-based Mining OS.

GTX 1070 Ti ZelHash (FLUX) Mining Overclocks:

  • Core Voltage (VDD): NA
  • Power Limit (%): 70% or 100w
  • Core Clock (CClock): +150
  • Memory Clock (MClock): +550
  • Fan Speed (%): 70% or more/less based on your temps.

Ethash Mining Overclocks

  • Power Limit (%): 60% or 125w
  • Core Voltage (VDD): NA
  • Power Limit (%): 70% or 140w
  • Core Clock (CClock): +100
  • Memory Clock (MClock): +1000 or 2000
  • Fan Speed (%): 70% or more/less based on your temps.

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