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Cryptocurrency Mining GPU Selector

Cryptocurrency Mining GPU Selector - CCPlug

Maximize your mining profitability. Simply enter your graphics card budget and maximum number of graphics cards and then select "Run." It will show you the type and number of graphics cards that you should use to mine each hash algorithm with maximum profitability.

The maximum number of video cards (GPUs) can be spread over more than one system or motherboard. For example, if you have two motherboards capable of supporting 6 graphics cards each, then you would enter 12 as your maximum number of graphics cards. This of course assumes that you are willing to operate more than mining rig at the same time.

If you want to see a list of video cards of an optimal card type, just select a row in the results. It will direct you to the relevant section of our GPU Guide.

You can select "Show Profitability" to see the most profitable cryptocurrencies for the respective card type and number of cards for each hash algorithm shown in the results below. This will open the Whattomine calculator in a separate browser tab and automatically set the inputs for each hash algorithm to save you a ton of time and reduce mistakes! A new tab within the Whattomine calculator, showing your selected budget and maximum number of cards, will be created each time you select "Show Profitability" so that you can quickly and easily compare the profitability for different budgets and/or numbers of max cards.

Note that the settings within the Whattomine calculator are overridden, so for example the card quantities at the top of the page will all read "0" and no card will appear to be activated. This is normal. However, you can tweak the other settings such as hashrate, power, energy cost, etc. and re-run the Whattomine calculator to see the profitability with those new settings. Also, coins corresponding to certain algorithms can be excluded from the results by clicking on the blue button for the algorithm that you want to exclude and re-running the Whattomine calculator.

Results - $ budget - max cards

Select a card type below to see a list of video cards to purchase.

Hash AlgorithmOptimal CardNumber of Cards

Case studies

The information below shows how bad recommendations can hurt you - both in terms of lost profit and upfront cost. Don’t guess or blindly follow advice. Use the Mining GPU Selector!

Example #1
SourceYoutube: Best Bang 4 Buck Mining Rig - How To Build 12x Card 1060 ETH GPU Miner
CC MinedEthereum (Ether)
Hash AlgorithmEthash
Est. Budget$3,600
Est. Max Cards13
Cards Used12 x 1060
Optimal Cards13 x 570
Lost Profit ($/year)$1,472
Excess Upfront Cost$77
Total Lost in First Year$1,549
Example #2
SourceSteemit: How to mine Zcash with 13 GPU mining rig!
CC MinedZcash
Hash AlgorithmEquihash
Est. Budget$7,000
Est. Max Cards13
Cards Used13 x 1070
Optimal Cards11 x 1080
Lost Profit ($/year)$713
Excess Upfront Cost$411
Total Lost in First Year$1,124

The above information is based on current street prices of the video cards and profitability data from the Whattomine calculator accessed on April 28, 2018. It will change over time.

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