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Nvidia Gpus VS AMDs Gpus

AMD vs Nvidia At Ethereum and Bitcoin Mining

by Reynaldo Gonzalez 8/12/17
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But Which Is better for Mining Crypto Currency?  

As You Can see on this Hashrate Chart Most Of the Nvidia Cards Are #1. (But the most expensive ones.)
But Performance Wise, Ill Stick with AMD FOr Ethereum Mining. Numbers Don't Lie.

Best Performance:  AMD Radeon R9 295X2

AMD Radeon R9 295X2 came out in April 2014 and is over three years old, but this Dual-GPU card is able to be at the top of the performance chart with 57.6 MH/s of performance. We’ve seen these selling for as low as $500 on eBay, but the TDP on this card is an awe-inspiring 500W, so packing 7 of these into a single system would be more than what any one power supply could handle. The thought of a single system pulling  3,500+ Watts is pretty crazy!

Not So Great Performer.

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900 series cards don’t mine well on Windows 10 and use a fair bit of power, so if you have one of these cards you’ll want to run Windows 7 or EthOS where you can get higher performance levels with older driver builds. You’ll need to do your homework if you want to mine on a GTX 900 series card and generate revenue!

Final Decision:

We could have talked about mining for days, but it really depends on what hardware you get and how you configure all your software. The AMD Radeon RX 580 and Radeon RX 480 are the cards to get right now, but it’s tough to find them. You can build up a rig like this for $2,500 or less and make an extra $1,000 a month at the current rates. We highly suggest looking at Ethereum profit calculators and factor in the build cost and electricity to see if mining is right for you! Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below!