Hashrate: 11MH/s – 12MH/s
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.
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. I’m using opencl, not cuda (can’t get cuda to work and I don’t have patience to figure out why at the moment).
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.
noob-miner@dev-pc1:~$ 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
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