The NVIDIA Titan V is not marked and even sold as a gamer’s card. If you are enthusiast about gaming performance, I’ve got you covered already. But today it is all about CryptoCurrencies. The guys over BitsBeTrippin got their hands on TITAN V which they bought to test on crypto-mining exclusively. The computer is king here so how does TITAN V perform across various cryptos and what does golden sample pull watts wise from the wall?
NVIDIA TITAN V Crypto Mining Performance
In the full live stream video, they perform a full unboxing, installation, and tests on their x399 Threadripper system.
BBT Render Machine
|CPU||AMD Threadripper 1950x|
|Motherboard||ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme|
|Memory||TridentZ 64GB G.Skill DDR4 Trident Z 3600|
|OS Drive||Samsung 960 PRO 512GB PCIe NVMe|
|Scratch Disk||Samsung 960 EVO 1TB PCIe NVMe|
|GPU||NVIDIA Titan V|
|Power Supply||EVGA Supernova G2 1300w|
We went ahead and marked down some of the notable coins that help you jump to the conclusion but, I still recommend watching the entire video and enjoy the reactions to each coin as they go down the list.
Those who are curious, there were quite a bit more coins tested in the full video then reported below in the chart.
TITAN V Mining Performance
(Power Limit 65%,
|System Load (Stock)||System Load (OC)|
|ETH||70 MH/s||77 MH/s||213w||237w|
|ZEC||750 SOL||877 SOL||221w||244w|
|XMR||1224 H/s||1417 H/s||157w||165w|
|VTC||88.7 MH/s||100.3 MH/s||246w||259w|
Well, there you have it, folks. That, in a nutshell, is what a $3,000 Volta card looks like when put to the mines. The most impressive part of all this is just how much crunch this card pushes out within its 250w TDP. Simply a monster mining card, but no doubt cost prohibitive, so not much concern of the price of the NVIDIA TITAN V getting pushed up due to high demand from miners.