Titan Z Questions
#1
Hey, I was wondering if anyone here had benchmarks or estimates of what a Titan Z would perform like in Hashcat.

Would it outperform a 1080Ti?

I currently have the option to buy one for $999 CAD ($769 USD) and 1080Ti's go for around the same price so I'm trying to decide if its worth it or not.
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#2
I'm not familiar with whether or not there has been more than one era of Titan Z.

crackingservice.com benchmark says (for WPA2):

GeForce GTX titan Z 188000 hash/s

... but that may be for a previous generation or something.

IIRC they weren't as good for cracking as the 1080 or 1080ti. Judging from the equivalent crackingservice.com benchmark:

GeForce GTX 1080 395000 hash/s

... I recall correctly. Smile
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#3
The Titan Z is no recommendation. It uses 2 graphic chips that convert lots of power (>350W) in massiv heat. It's a pre-Maxwell card and therefor not very performant under hashcat. You can sort it well below a GTX1070 and somewhere near a 1060, depending on the hashes you're using.

They might be still good for gaming but for hashcat at that price it's a clear no-go.

And keep in mind the new generation from NVidia will come out soon.
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