Outstanding graphics performance from the Nvidia GTX 1080 propels it to the top of the single GPU world.
Nvidia’s GTX 1080 is a top-tier graphics card that debuted in May 2016. Prior to the introduction of the 1080 Ti, it had been the company’s top offering for almost a year. The graphics card’s 8GB of GDDR5X memory serves as its primary feature. It performs similarly to the brand-new GeForce RTX 2060 and AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 64.
The card initially had problems with Windows 10 mining, which resulted in absurdly low hash rates. These problems were resolved eventually. Miners draw attention to the graphics card’s propensity for overheating. It is not surprising that some cards include two or three fans.
GeForce RTX 1080 specs
|Release||May 27, 2016|
|Base Clock||1607 MHz|
|Boost Clock||1733 MHz|
|GPU Power||180 W|
|Max Memory Size||8 GB|
|Max Memory Bandwidth||320 GB/s|
GeForce RTX 1080 Mining Hashrate
The NVIDIA GTX 1080 is able to archive a performance of 39.13 Mh/s while mining Ethereum Classic. Ethereum Classic (ETC) uses the algorithm etchash.
GeForce RTX 1080 Overclock
Overclock values for Nvidia GTX 1080 are only a reference point for this type of GPU so use them at your own risk. They might not work for all memory types equally and results can vary.
Estimates on Medium overclock
|Power Reported||115 watt|