RTX 3070 Non LHR Mining Flux Overview – Great Efficiency

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If you can get your hands on a Non LHR 3070 I definitely would, great efficiency and a great option on many coins including Flux. I managed to pick up 2 cards and both have been consistent and above 61 Sols mining Flux.

They are a lot easier to maintain than other cards in RTX 3000 series due to not having to swap out the thermal pads on the cards I bought.

Flux Mining Overclocks – 61 Sols on MiniZ

The 3070 Non LHRs are great on flux, they use more core and slightly more watts but should be solid post Ethereum 2.0.

  • Power Limit (%): 145 Watts
  • Core Clock (CClock): +250
  • Memory Clock (MClock): +1100
  • Fan Speed (%): 70% ± based on your temps.

Just a quick shout out to @Todstarliper for providing these for HiveOS.

Ethereum Mining Overclocks – 62 MHs on NBMiner

  • Power Limit (%): 55% or 125w
  • Core Clock (CClock): -200
  • Memory Clock (MClock): +1300 or 2600
  • Fan Speed (%): 70% ± based on your temps.

RTX 3070 Octopus Mining Overclocks

  • Power Limit (%): 60% or 150w
  • Core Clock (CClock): 100
  • Memory Clock (MClock): +1000 or 2000
  • Fan Speed (%): 70% ± based on your temps.

RTX 3070 KawPow Mining Overclocks

  • Power Limit (%): 60% or 150w
  • Core Clock (CClock): 100
  • Memory Clock (MClock): +1000 or 2000
  • Fan Speed (%): 70% ± based on your temps.

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