Estimated Hash Rates for the RTX 2080, RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2070, and RTX 2060

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Estimated Hash Rates for the RTX 2080, RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2070, and RTX 2060

Tue Jun 11, 2019 1:37 pm

Here are the estimated hash-rate for the below stated cards:

2080 Ti with 11 GB GDDR6 at 14 Gbp/s - memory bus width: 352 bit, memory bandwidth: 616 GB/s, hashrate: ~75 MH/s
2080 with 8 GB at 14 Gbp/s - bus width: 256 bit, bandwidth: 448 GB/s, hashrate: ~55 MH/s
2070 with 7 GB at 14 Gbp/s - bus width: 224 bit, bandwidth: 392 GB/s, hashrate: ~48 MH/s
2060 with 5 GB at 14 Gbp/s - bus width: 160 bit, bandwidth: 280 GB/s, hashrate: ~34 MH/s

The various discussions on the theoretical ETH hashrate for the new cards have generally been based on the memory bus width and memory data pin speed used on the different cards thus giving the memory bandwidth, then dividing by 8192 bytes (since each ETH hash will sample 8K bytes of the DAG).

So, in theory, the zero-latency hashrates would be computed as:

bus width (in bits) = memory capacity (in GB) * 32
data pin speed = 14 Gbp/s (if assumed same memory as used in Quadro RTX series)
bandwidth (in GB/s) = bus width / 8 * data pin speed
zero-latency hashrate (in MH/s) = bandwidth / 8192 * 1000


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