rx 560 vs 1050 vs 1050ti
#21
Thanks very much tacohashcat for all of helps !

r9 270x was -w 3 warm room 70c max after couple of hours but automathic fan only 33% = 93 kH/s. Of course dual fan and Vapor-x cooling system.

So I'm thinking from yours post and testing... If I get 1050 ti with dual fan and good heat disipation since they are 115-120 kH/s in benchmarks if I bump it a little I can get over 130 kH/s and hope it will stay in the safety about themperatures.

Don't know guys money for 1060 no way at all, but I like to take 1050 ti with better cooling system since it is better card and I'm sure I will stay with it in next years. As far as I see there is no other new card in that price range with same performances so I'm very limited. Sad
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#22
(12-09-2017, 02:51 PM)tacohashcat Wrote: Those threads you posted @Vidramon were for older versions of hashcat, so take those numbers with a grain of salt. I think with a little bit of tweaking, you could get a 1050 to get damn close to the numbers of a 1050Ti. So in my eyes, I would skip the Ti. Not worth the extra money. I would get a 1050, or save up and keep looking for deals on a 1060. Not sure when nvidia plans on announcing more volta cards, but when they do, that will push pascal prices down. Be ready to pounce when they go clearance.

March 2018 is that latest I've heard.
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#23
(12-09-2017, 06:48 PM)soxrok2212 Wrote:
(12-09-2017, 02:51 PM)tacohashcat Wrote: Not sure when nvidia plans on announcing more volta cards, but when they do, that will push pascal prices down. Be ready to pounce when they go clearance.

March 2018 is that latest I've heard.

For a replacement of the GTX1080, yes, maybe. Something in the range of a GTX1050: no.
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#24
I buy a new Asus Strix-GTX1050TI-4G-gaming model, and for now I catch up to install it, reinstall OS, install drivers etc, and to run a quick benchmark, and I get only 84002 H/s for wpa/wpa2 from it which is lower that someone gets with 1050 without ti.
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#25
did you use -w4?
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#26
This is from benchmark I use only -b, not tested in live yet.
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#27
Finally I have some time to run it.

After 15 minutes of use I get 100 kH/s and temperature max was 59 ( this is model that fans starts to spin after card reachs a certain temperature ). Use same method like on r9 270x so hashcat 3.5.0 and -w 3.

From this point it is better from r9 270x for 7 kH/s and it is colder also consume less power ( my model is with one 6x pin ).

Interesting is that benchmark shows 84 kH/s and in live it is 100 kH/s so this benchmarks are very unreliable.
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#28
(12-17-2017, 11:15 PM)Vidramon Wrote: Finally I have some time to run it.

After 15 minutes of use I get 100 kH/s and temperature max was 59 ( this is model that fans starts to spin after card reachs a certain temperature ). Use same method like on r9 270x so hashcat 3.5.0 and -w 3.

From this point it is better from r9 270x for 7 kH/s and it is colder also consume less power ( my model is with one 6x pin ).

Interesting is that benchmark shows 84 kH/s and in live it is 100 kH/s so this benchmarks are very unreliable.

Typically benchmarks are higher due to them only being short bursts, but it is not uncommon for the benchmark to be inaccurate since it is, well, just a short burst. Be sure to run with -w 4 for maximum performance on Hashcat 4+. I guess the kernels are different and you likely won't see full speed without it.
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#29
As you can see in my case benchmarks are lower, why I don't know.
I will download 4 run with -w 4 and post here.
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#30
(12-17-2017, 11:15 PM)Vidramon Wrote: Finally I have some time to run it.

After 15 minutes of use I get 100 kH/s and temperature max was 59 ( this is model that fans starts to spin after card reachs a certain temperature ). Use same method like on r9 270x so hashcat 3.5.0 and -w 3.

From this point it is better from r9 270x for 7 kH/s and it is colder also consume less power ( my model is with one 6x pin ).

Interesting is that benchmark shows 84 kH/s and in live it is 100 kH/s so this benchmarks are very unreliable.

Try the latest version (4.0.1) and use -w 4 and let us know what you are getting. My 1050 was very close to 100kH/s with 4.0.1 and mode -w4. Your Ti has roughly 17% more cores, so you should be putting up 115-120kH/s in my guesstimate.

Edit: I also didn't know a 1050Ti had a 6 pin power connector. I thought these cards only pulled power from the PCI E lane.
Also, if you are running windows, download MSI Afterburner and you can manage your fan(s) manually from there. At 100% I was nowhere near the thermal limits of the card but it was a little loud.
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