Our GPU Mining Journey – GPU Breakdown

I have been meaning to write a post breaking down my GPUs, giving you the breakdown on my journey so far.

Mining has been good recently, I started in December 2020 with a single GPU in my gaming rig and have now accumulated 29 graphics cards delivering 1.1 GH/s on Ethereum.

Just a quick warning, gpu mining can be addictive. I have spent a lot of time trying to get my rigs to be efficient and also increasing the hash rates to maximize the potential of the cards.

This post will probably expand in the future to include my new gpu’s, so please bookmark and check back with us in the future.

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Graphics Card Breakdown

Firstly, to start with the first GPU, it was a RX 580 for my gaming PC. Great card which I wanted to use for VR. It did not quite have the power so I upgraded to a 5700 XT, this gave me 2 graphics cards. I built 2 gaming PC’s and started mining these on windows when not in use.

RX580 8 GB

This is the one, I am sure a lot of you are familiar with it. You have to do a bios mod linked to get its full potential of 31-32 MH’s. Now I have a few more of these model. 4 In total running at:

  • Core Voltage (VDD): 720
  • Core Clock (CClock): 1150
  • Memory Clock (MClock): 2100 
  • Fan Speed (%): 70% ± based on your temps.

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Watch this space – More of our GPUs coming soon.

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