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I would like to evaluate the purchase of that GPU for Ethereum Mining. Does someone already have benchmarks?

  • yeah we need more details... and have you tried mining on 15.12 and earlier drivers? – user2250 May 24 '16 at 8:32
  • Have a look at youtu.be/6bSjp-FKweo for an interesting test. – Nicolas Massart May 27 '16 at 7:28
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    I am getting 59M/h reported but effective is way lower. Not sure why. Have been running dorp 48h and difference is about half. Tested both claymore and genoil ethermine – etherion Sep 26 '16 at 20:22
  • use the firepro driver for 60+mhash – user4447 Sep 28 '16 at 5:34
  • @user4447 60+mh with <300w? – Gewure Mar 1 '18 at 2:11
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We just received ours ... 42m/h atm @ 370w ... mainly due to the 16.5.3 driver ...

  • On what OS? It's lower than expected... How much did you pay for it? – Nicolas Massart May 17 '16 at 5:42
  • this is a lot worse than expected. where you able to tweak it @bitsbetrippin? – Gewure Mar 1 '18 at 2:10
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No benchmark looks to be available and i think it's due to the fact that this card looks to be very expensive and quantity is limited. However, the pro duo seems to be a radeon fury x2. So you can imagine that, as fury x looks to be around 30MH/s, this card would be 60MH/s. However for the same hashrate you can use 3 radeon r9 290 with some oc and it will cost you less than $600 instead of $1800 for the pro duo. Hashrate is more a matter of memory interface speed than a mater of GPU power. AMD indicated a 4096 bits memory interface. This is huge. So you may have a very good hashrate. But is it valuable in front of multiple small cards? I don't know. Still power consumption will be lower with only 300W. So until you try, we won't know.

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