Best GPUs for Mining Cryptocurrency in 2019

Best GPUs for Mining Cryptocurrency in 2019
In this video, we revealed the Best GPUs for Mining Cryptocurrency in 2019.
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1. Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070- https://amzn.to/2RK8i1S
2. AMD Radeon RX580- https://amzn.to/2VHWpIS
3. Nvidia GTX 1060- https://amzn.to/2AIbcdP
4. AMD Radeon RX Vega 56- https://amzn.to/2CeHygl
5. Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti- https://amzn.to/2RGdcwN
6. Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti- https://amzn.to/2AGX8Be

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1. Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070.
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 isn’t just a great graphics card for gaming, it’s also an excellent mining GPU. This is because it manages a high hash rate of around 30 mh/s without needing too much power. Remember, the more power a GPU requires, the more expensive it is to run, which will eat into your cryptocurrency profits. As with many recent Nvidia GPUs, the 1070 is on the pricey side, so you will have to take an initial hit when starting up, but if you’re into cryptocurrency mining for the long run, the 1070 is easily the best mining GPU currently available.

2. AMD Radeon RX580.
The AMD Radeon RX580 is one of the very best GPUs for mining, and in fact is a bit of a victim of its own success, as it can sometimes be difficult to find. However, its popularity is warranted, as it offers an excellent hash rate of 29 mh/s, while also keeping the electricity consumption low as well. It’s also cheaper than the GTX 1070, and if you don’t mind tweaking a few settings, you’ll be very pleased with this card’s mining performance.

3. Nvidia’s GTX 1060.
Nvidia’s GTX 1060 is a new addition to our best GPU for mining list, replacing the AMD Radeon RX 480, which was almost impossible to buy these days thanks to low stock levels. As with the card its replacing, the GTX 1060 isn’t the most powerful GPU, but it combines very good mining results without being ridiculously expensive. It’s also an excellent gaming graphics card for gaming on as well, which is handy if you want to use your mining rig for other purposes.

4. AMD Radeon RX Vega 56.

The AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 is one of the best value-packed graphics card on the market right now. Benchmarks prove it runs faster than the Nvidia GTX 1070 and, thanks to the Bitcoin mining craze, it’s also cheaper to boot. Again, it can be a tricky GPU to track down, and it’s power consumption means it can end up being a pricey GPU to run 24/7 in a mining rig, but it performs very well at mining, so if you can find one, it’s definitely worth considering.

5. Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti.
Until either Volta or Turing comes along to replace it, the Nvidia GTX remains and will remain one of the most powerful graphics cards available in 2018. However, as good as it is a gaming GPU, it’s also an excellent mining GPU, but there are a few issues that stop it from ascending to the top of this list. For instance, it’s an extremely expensive GPU, and it draws more power compared to its competition. This means you’ll be getting less of a return on your investment, and it’ll take a while longer to cover your costs. However, if you don’t mind spending the extra cash for this GPU, (or if you want to game with the best graphics card around), then you’ll be happy with the results, as if you do a bit of tweaking you can reach a hash rate of 32 mh/s.

6. Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti.
While the GTX 1070 sits atop our list of the best mining GPUs, its follow up, the GTX 1070 Ti, is another fantastic mining graphics card, and with a number of power upgrades, such as a higher base clock, the 1070 Ti does a very good job. However, there are a few reasons why it’s listed lower than its older sibling. For a start, as its newer it costs more than the 1070, which will dent your profits from mining. It also has a higher power consumption, which makes it more costly to run. Finally, there have been incidents of a bug in the driver software which makes this GPU hash lower than expected, but an upcoming fix should sort that. If you’re prepared to tweak a few settings, however, this is an excellent mining GPU.

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Best GPUs for Mining Cryptocurrency in 2019