EVGA GTX 1070 TI SC Gaming GPU

EVGA GTX 1070 TI SC Gaming GPU price and availability last updated 107 minutes ago

$536.38
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499.99
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EVGA GTX 1070 TI SC Gaming GPU Hashrate Mining Speed

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Hashrate Sols/second
Top Hash Speed: 537 Sol/s Equihash
Average Hash Speed: 499.6 Sol/s Equihash

Best Equihash Hashrate Settings for EVGA GTX 1070 TI SC Gaming GPU mining GPU

EVGA 1070 Ti ACX 3.0 Black edition with Micron memory Power: 75% Temp limit: 69% Core clock: +0 Memory clock: +648 Compared to my EVGA 1070 SC at the same settings, it gets 425 Sol/s and this 1070 Ti gets 479 Sol/s, so about 15% faster than the 1070. If I bump the core clock +200, it gets even more sol/s source

EVGA 1070 Ti SC with 85% TDP (900 mV core voltage), 250+ core, 700+ memory overclock. Total speed is 537 Sol/s, power usage is 155 watts, efficiency is 3.46 Sol/W source

With the EVGA 1070 Ti SC, core is +250, memory is +700, and 800 mV core voltage Temp: 54 C Speed: 505 sol/s Power Usage: 116 watts Efficiency: 4.35 Sol/W source

7x EVGA SC 1070 Ti rig
  • 6 cards run +180 core / +700 mem
  • 1 card runs +180 core / +600 mem
500 sol/s @ 115w each. (62% Power) 490 sol/s on the handicapped card
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EVGA 1070Ti SC Blacks Sample size = 14 cards +200 Core +700 Mem 485-490 Sols @ 110W source

60 TDP, 200 core and 700 memory, 500 sols on DSTM's equihash miner, and uses 100-110 watts, about 4.7 Sol/watt. My 1080 Tis are usually around 3.5 Sols/watt. source

the 1070 ti properly set up is THE EFFICIENCY KING at this time, and it's only competition even at the SYSTEM level is the 1080 ti. All of my testing to date has been on the EVGA SC model of the 1070 ti. 104 watts, +200 core / +700 memory seems to be the best point for max efficiency, though there is a few watts of wiggle room on the TDP setting before efficiency starts noticeably dropping - 130 watts it is DEFINITELY dropping quite a bit. 6 cards should run on a single 850 at 100 watts TDP, for ballpark 440 sol/s per card. 5 cards run COMFORTABLY on a single 850 at 106 watts TDP for 455-460 sol/s per card, using EWBF 0.3.4b, and you could probably push that 5 card rig up to 110-115 watt ballpark per card with a very small drop in efficiency for more hashrate. Cards run quite cool in that TDP range - 60% fan keeps them under 60C even in a very warm (85 F) mining room, as long as you have a couple inches of open space between each card. source

EVGA 1070 Ti SC 75% PL (135w) +175 core + 550 mem (micron) 520 sols using DSTM's miner. source

After optimizing for efficiency, my EVGA GTX 1070 TI hashrate is around 495 Sol/s, and only using 119 Watts. That means it's running about 4.22 Sol/Watt! My 1070s can only get about 3.85-4 Sol/Watt at around 430-450 Sol/s, so these 1070 Ti vs 1070 mining gpu are more efficient, and faster! source

This was mining ZenCash, but the ZCash values are almost identical. EVGA SC 5671 1070ti mining card set at 100% power draw,  core clock of +150 MHz, memory clock at +391 MHz runs at about 70 degrees, and hashes about 515 sol/s with total power usage of 183 watts. efficiency of 2.81 Sol/w on the 1070 TI is not bad, but less efficient than the 3.19 Sol/Watt on the EVGA 1070 SC source

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