The GTX 1070 TI Mining Settings in this article will work for all models. The main difference between models and GPU to GPU is the Silicon Lottery. This means your GPU may perform worst or better based on your luck in the hardware.
Please make sure to watch our overclocking basics and benefits video to avoid any unnecessary damage and risk to your system and most importantly, DO NOT mine with stock settings! (Click Here)
The mining profitability that will be provided is based on data from WhatToMine.com, it is a good estimate to what you will make but remember that these numbers will always change! User our overclocks below to achieve ideal results for performance and efficiency.
The GTX 1070 TI Mining profitability in different algorithms can be found in this Link.
EthLargmentPill is used commonly for the GTX 1080 and GTX 1080 TI due to having GDDR5x memory type. It optimizes mining performance by up to 40%.
Some GTX 1070s do come with GDDR5x memory, you can check your GPU memory type using GPU-Z.
If you do have GDDR5x memory, you must use the Pill to achieve the values presented in the overclocks section below.
25Mh/s 130 Watts
GTX 1070 TI Ethash (ETH) Mining Overclocks:
- Core Voltage (VDD): NA
- Power Limit (%): 70% or 140w
- Core Clock (CClock): +100
- Memory Clock (MClock): +1000 or 2000
- Fan Speed (%): 70% or more/less based on your temps.
14Mh/s 120 Watts
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