Launched on 12th April 2021,this latest generation graphic card RTX A5000 Hashrate can reach up to 101.78 MH/s for mining Ethereum(ETH) based on Ethash algorithm 215watt of power consumption.
RTX A5000 Etherium, Ravencoin and Ergo Hashrate
|Power Consumption(Watts)||215 Watts||229 Watts||229Watts|
|Return of Investment||470Days||853 Days||778Days|
Nvidia RTX A5000 contains GA102 Ampere chip processor with process size of 8nm ,offering the hashrate of 101.78 MH/swith power consumption of 215 watts and,it only draws 230 watt power.
The video card can provide you the profitability of $6 per day and can bring in a great income of $178 per month. With a consumption of 230 watt it can produce up to 108MH/s of hashrate and reducing the power limit to 90% can emit upto 100MH/s hashrate and its temperature limit is around 60 degrees celcius.
The RTX A5000 has GDDR6 memory type with 24GB of memory size, 8192 CUDA Cores.It also includes 256Tensor cores thus, improving speed and 64 RT Cores with base clock of 1170MHz also capable of reaching the speed as high as 1695MHz.
RTX A5000 has very much similar features to RTX A4000,in other words, we can say it is a bigger form of the later with two exceptions as, Firstly,by the connection of two 24 GB GPUs together thus expanding it to 48 GPU as it holds up Nvidia NVLink; Secondly,it holds up Nvidia RTXVWS(virtual workstation software)as it can carry multiple high-performance virtual workstation and third,it requires power connector.
Nvidia RTX A5000 Mining Profitability:
This Mining profitability of RTX A5000 is calculated using Minerstat Live WidgetEthereum mining calculator
Nvidia RTX A5000 Mining Overclock Settings:
Note: The Overclock values in Windows and Linux-based Operating systems are different. Just Double the values of memory Clock and Coreclock in Hive OS.
Power Limit(%) – 230 Watt
Temp. Limit (°C) – 60°C
Core Clock (MHz) – 1170MHz
Memory Clock (MHz) – +2000MHz
Fan Speed (%) – 70% (or according to your Temperatures)
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