AMD RX Vega 56
Mining performance: hashrate, specs and profitability on popular cryptocurrencies.
Kryptex helps you calculate profitability and a payback period of AMD RX Vega 56.
Last updated: 12 Apr 2021
AMD RX Vega 56 was released at Sept. 28, 2017. The median power consumption is 160.0W. Current market price is $735.90.
Hashrate is a measure unit, showing mining power. Higher = better. hashrate can differ from coin to coin. To compare hashrates on different coins check the table below.
|Ethereum (ETH)||DaggerHashimoto ETH||
|Expanse (EXP)||DaggerHashimoto EXP||36.5 MH/S|
|Ubiq (UBQ)||Ubqhash||36.5 MH/S|
|Monero (XMR)||RandomX||1040.0 H/S|
|Ravencoin (RVN)||KawPow||22.0 MH/S|
|Beam (BEAM)||BeamHashIII||19.5 H/S|
AMD RX Vega 56 Mining Performance
Hashrate and energy consumption depend on overclocking and on a specific device. The price may also vary. Specify the values, click on calculate and get the charts specifically for your device.
AMD RX Vega 56 Mining Profitability
The profitability chart shows the revenue from mining the most profitable coin on AMD RX Vega 56 on a given day minus the electricity costs.
AMD RX Vega 56 Mining Payback Rate
The payback chart shows the ratio of AMD RX Vega 56 price and its mining income on different days. This chart helps you understand what payback period to expect.
For older AMD cards (e.g., AMD R9 290 or AMD HD 7870) Catalyst (Crimson) 15.12 driver may show better performance and compatibility.
Any other GPU works best with the latest driver from the AMD website.