GTX 1080 Bitcoin Core Performance
#1
Hi, im planning to buy gtx 1080 to crack my forgetten wallet password.  I checked few benchmarks about gtx 1080 wallet.dat performance and it is average 4508 H/s (93.01ms)

if i search 10 length only number and letter password, what will be estimated time for it? Thank you!
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#2
How long it takes depends if this includes both lower and upper case letters. 36^10 and 62^10 is a big difference.

Either way though it will take too long for you with just one GTX 1080
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#3
10 length only numbers and letters (uppercase and lowercase) = 10^62 / 4508 per second = 7 × 10^50 years
10 length only numbers and letters (uppercase or lowercase) = 10^36 / 4508  per second  = 7 × 10^24 years
10 length only numbers = 10^10 / 4508 per second = 616 hours

So yeah, 10 length numbers and letters is not going to happen.
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#4
If you don't even remember some letters or even parts that wallet might be gone forever.
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#5
(01-02-2018, 03:29 PM)Flomac Wrote: If you don't even remember some letters or even parts that wallet might be gone forever.

it is including english word. so im trying with wordlists. there is a 50 BTC inside. im currently using my 770M to find it. current speed is 500 h/s with it.

what are you thinking about future implements? are there any planning technology to improve hash crack rate?
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#6
Faster graphics cards, and lots of them is the only way to speed things up but as people have said, unless you have some sort of idea of what the password might be, it will take a very long time.
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#7
(01-02-2018, 06:10 PM)logik Wrote: are there any planning technology to improve hash crack rate?

It's not going to get ridiculously faster. A speedup by 100% would be big, but it doesn't really matter if the attack takes 10^24 years.
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