NVIDIA's new TITAN V graphics card is meant to be the flagship AI/deep learning card, but the $2999 product is being used as a mining card in more articles I've seen than anything else.
Any YouTuber or GPU reviewer getting these cards are jumping into mining first with our friends at HotHardware putting the TITAN V through its paces. We have the TITAN V pushing a huge 69MH/s of Ethereum mining performance using Claymore v10.2, an impressive result considering AMD's flagship Radeon RX Vega 64 is only capable of 37MH/s.
But when the new TITAN V is overclocked (thanks to NVIDIA's use of HBM2 on a super-wide memory bus providing masses of memory bandwidth) it cranks out an incredible 82MH/s, beating out even two Radeon RX Vega 64s mining in the same system.
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