The Nvidia Titan V was just released recently and the graphics card is based on the Nvidia Volta architecture that is yet to come to the consumer market. Having that said Nvidia Titan V has some serious performance to offer and we have already seen it beat an overclocked GTX 1080 Ti at stock frequencies. The question here is, how well is Nvidia Titan V mining performance?
The Nvidia Titan V was able to deliver 70 MH/s at stock speeds and 77 MH/s when overclocked when mining ETH. 750 SOL and 877 SOL when mining ZEC. 1224 H/s and 1417 H/s when mining XMR. 685 MH/s at stock when mining LBC. Last but not least, 88.7 MH/s and 100.3 MH/s when mining VTC. The max power draw was 259W and that was with the Nvidia Titan V overclocked.
This is by far the highest hash rates that I have seen and the graphics card does perform pretty well on its own but for $3000 you could get multiple cheaper GPUs in order to get the same level of performance and still have some major cash in your pocket. If you want to learn more about Nvidia Titan V mining performance then be sure to check out the video below.
Though the price of the graphics card is pretty high it is possible that miners grab all the Nvidia Titan V graphics cards that they can find. In that case, the prices of these graphics cards are going to increase even more. Let’s hope it does not come to that but even if it does then gamers are not going to be affected as this is not a graphics card for gamers.
If you are interested in seeing how well this graphics card performs in games then you can check out the gaming and synthetic benchmarks here.
Let us know what you think about the Nvidia Titan V mining performance and whether or not you are interested in buying one for yourself.