Ethereum Classic ETC Mining On GeForce RTX 2070

For miners and gamers, the Nvidia RTX 3090 is the most potent graphics card in the new Nvidia series and a major 2020 event. GDDR6X RAM totaling 24 GB is available on the graphics card. That alone distinguishes it from many rivals. It has 10 496 Nvidia CUDA cores, which operate at a boost clock of 1.7 GHz.

Early reviewers praised the RTX 3090’s incredible performance and said it is the ideal tool for professionals. The graphics card is quiet and has an effective cooling system. The launch price of $1,499 is too high, which is a drawback. Additionally, the RTX 3080 with only 10 GB of RAM is not far behind in terms of cost-to-performance ratio.

GeForce RTX 2070

Impressive synthetic performance
Surprisingly lower energy consumption
Axial fans keep GP106 processor nice and cool
Expensive for a ‘mid-range’ GPU
RTX and DLSS-enabled games still not out yet
No SLI option

GeForce RTX 2070 specs

Base Clock1410 MHz
Boost Clock1620 MHz
GPU Power175 W
Max Memory Size8 GB
Max Memory Bandwidth448 GB/s
Memory TypeGDDR6X

GeForce RTX 2070 Mining Hashrate

The GeForce RTX 2070 is able to archive a performance of 42.47 Mh/s while mining Ethereum Classic. Ethereum Classic (ETC) uses the algorithm Etchash.

GeForce RTX 2070 Overclock

The Nvidia 3000 series cards tend to have high memory temperatures, so it is important to take care of proper cooling.

Overclock values for Nvidia RTX 3090 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.

Power limit125 W
Core clock-50 MHz
Memory clock+1600 MHz
Power limit125 W
Core clock-50 MHz
Memory clock+800 MHz

Estimates on Medium overclock

Revenue0.00628 ETC
Hashrate42.47 Mh/s
Efficiency0.43 Mh/W
Power Reported99 watt
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