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Nvidia GTX 1660 Super

Model Nvidia GTX 1660 Super from Nvidia mining algorithm KAWPOW with a maximum hashrate of 11.52Mh for a power consumption of 78w.

Period /Day /Month
Income $0.13 $3.90

Cost

$0.1/kWh
$0.10 $3.00
Profitability $0.03 $0.90

Algorithms

Algorithm Efficiency Profit
KAWPOW

11.52Mh - 86.0W

0.13J -$0.08
Octopus

21.148Mh - 89.0W

0.24J -$0.08
CuckooCycle

4h - 78.0W

0.05J -$0.09
Autolykos2

52.66Mh - 85.0W

0.62J -$0.11
Zhash

30h - 84.0W

0.36J -$0.12
NeoScrypt

743.52Kh - 71.0W

10.47J -$0.15
RandomX

476h - 72.0W

6.61J -$0.16
Etchash

31.606Mh - 90.0W

0.35J -$0.17
Ethash

31.606Mh - 90.0W

0.35J -$0.17
Lyra2z

1.40497Mh - 71.0W

0.02J -$0.17
VerusHash

3.952888Mh - 84.0W

0.05J -$0.17
NexaPoW

14.85718Mh - 95.0W

0.16J -$0.18
Blake (2s)

3.260464513Gh - 78.0W

0.04J -$0.19
Keccak

578.46213Mh - 85.0W

6.81J -$0.19
Eaglesong

504.15Mh - 79.0W

6.38J -$0.19
CryptoNightR

540h - 81.0W

6.67J -$0.19
BeamHashIII

13h - 117.0W

0.11J -$0.19
cuckAToo32

0h - 82.0W

0.00J -$0.20
X16Rv2

15.49881Mh - 84.0W

0.18J -$0.20
Lyra2REv2

36.237844Mh - 84.0W

0.43J -$0.20
KHeavyHash

258.060652Mh - 98.0W

2.63J -$0.24
X16R

7.21481Mh - 107.0W

0.07J -$0.26

Specification

Base Clock 1530 MHz
Boost Clock 1785 MHz
GPU Power 125 W
Max Memory Bandwidth 336 GB/s
Max Memory Size 6 GB
Memory Type GDDR6
OpenGL 4.6

Mining pools for Nvidia GTX 1660 Super

Pool Start Mining
Nicehash nicehash.com
Mining Rig Rental miningrigrental.com
zpool zpool.ca
XmrPool xmrpool.net
Zergpool zergpool.com
XmrPool Hub xmrpoolhub.com
Mining Pool Hub miningpoolhub.com

Carbon Footprint

Estimating the carbon footprint from the cryptocurrency mining operations of the Nvidia GTX 1660 Super in a year, based on energy consumption and various energy sources

Energy Source Yearly Carbon Footprint (kgCO2e/year)
Wind 7
Nuclear 8
Hydroelectric 16
Geothermal 25
Solar 30
Biofuels 154
Gas 329
Coal 551
Data Source: lowcarbonpower.org

Warning: The numbers provided above are merely an estimate of the carbon footprint resulting from cryptocurrency mining. They are presented for informational purposes and should be seen as references only, not as an absolute exact figure. The actual carbon emissions can vary based on many different factors such as the approach, calculation methods, and specific parameters of each mining technology type. We recommend users to consider these figures as a small part of a larger environmental picture and the impact of cryptocurrency mining on it.